How To Cook In A Convection Oven?

5 Tips for Baking with the Convection Setting

  1. Lower the temperature by 25°F.
  2. Check food frequently toward the end of cooking.
  3. Don’t crowd the oven.
  4. Use low-sided baking sheets and roasting pans.
  5. Don’t use convection for cooking cakes, quick breads, custards, or soufflés.

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When should I use my convection oven?

  • When to Use the Convection Setting Any time you’re roasting: Foods that are roasted, like meats and vegetables, really benefit from convection cooking. When baking pies and pastries: Convection heat melts fat and creates steam faster, which helps create more lift in pie doughs and pastries like croissants.

What is the best thing to cook in a convection oven?

These are the types of dishes that will have best results in a convection oven

  • Roasted meat.
  • Roasted vegetables (including potatoes!)
  • Sheet-pan dinners (try this chicken dinner)
  • Casseroles.
  • Multiple trays of cookies (no more rotating mid-way through the baking cycle)
  • Granola and toasted nuts.

How do you convert time from a regular oven to a convection oven?

While every oven is going to be a little different, you’re basically looking at three ways to turn a conventional-oven recipe into a convection-oven recipe: Reduce cooking temperature by 25 degrees F (about 15 degrees C). Reduce cooking time by 25 percent. Reduce both temperature and time by less than 25 percent.

Can you use aluminum foil in a convection oven?

Answer: The oven trays supplied with the Convection Steam Oven can be covered in aluminum foil. Aluminum foil pans can be placed on the oven trays supplied, provided they do not touch the back wall of the oven. Cooking with aluminum foil is safe as long as contact with the oven cavity is avoided.

What can you not cook in a convection oven?

In American baked goods, convection should never be used unless a recipe specifically calls for it. In a home oven, the hot, dry air accelerates crust formation in cakes, cookies, and biscuits which is generally counterproductive to desired rise.