Cooking With a Convection Toaster Oven

Convection toaster oven, just like conventional convection ovens, cook food by circulating heated air through the cooking space. Convection ovens circulate the air to aid in even cooking by avoiding hot spots. Because convection toaster ovens are designed to cook in the same ways that conventional convection ovens are, most recipes that can be made in an oven can also be make with a convection toaster oven.

Things You'll Need

  • Convection toaster oven Recipe Baking dish
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Instructions

    • 1

      Select a recipe for a dish that can be made in a traditional convection oven. Make sure that the recipe can be made in a dish small enough to fit inside of the convection toaster oven.

    • 2

      Preheat the convection toaster oven to the temperature called for in the recipe.

    • 3

      Prepare the recipe as directed.

    • 4

      Place the recipe in a baking dish that is small enough to fit in the toaster oven. Make sure that there is room for air to circulate on all sides of the dish.

    • 5

      Set the timer for the amount of time indicated in the recipe.

    • 6

      Monitor the dish as it cooks. Because oven temperatures vary, cooking times may need to be adjusted.

Tips & Warnings

  • Use only dishes that allow for air to circulate around all sides of the dish. If air cannot circulate properly, the food may not cook evenly.

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