5 Tips for Baking with the Convection Setting
- Lower the temperature by 25°F.
- Check food frequently toward the end of cooking.
- Don’t crowd the oven.
- Use low-sided baking sheets and roasting pans.
- 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.
When should you use a 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.
They cook faster, more evenly, and the drier environment yields crispy skin and caramelizes exteriors much better.
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.
Can you air fry in a convection oven?
The quick answer is, an air fryer is a simply a smaller convection oven with a catchy name. There is no actual frying going on inside an air fryer—that’s because an air fryer cooks food via convection baking. With actual deep-frying, your food is directly immersed in hot oil.
Do you cover food in a convection oven?
Most convection ovens will have the fan mounted at the back, so the air blows forward. But in practice, the air just swirls around and around in all directions. Use pans with low sides to maximize the effect, and avoid covering your food (depending on the recipe, of course).