1. What are built in ovens?
Ovens are one of the integral kitchen appliances that every household should own. Built-in ovens are space-saving and may be seamlessly integrated into your kitchen. They readily blend into your kitchen decor, making it look more modern and functional. Altus' 60cm fan forced built-in ovens are sleek and stylish, and they're designed to complement your kitchen space.
2. What is a fan forced oven?
As the name suggests a fan forced oven has an inbuilt fan that circulates the heated air throughout the oven thereby providing similar heat to every corner of the oven.
3. What is the difference between fan forced vs conventional oven?
The distinction between a fan and a normal oven is straightforward and virtually self-evident.
Fan-assisted ovens, often known as convection ovens, have an internal fan that enables hot air to be forced throughout the oven. A fan and a heating element are located on the back wall of a fan forced oven. The electric element heats up, and the fan distributes the warm air evenly across the oven's racks. The fundamental advantage of a fan-forced oven is that it distributes heat evenly, allowing multiple items to be cooked at the same time without having to rotate them.
A conventional oven also called as traditional, regular, thermal, or radiant ovens, merely heats oven interior to the required temperature before cooking the food by covering it in a layer heat. The dish nearest to an active heating element cooks the fastest in a typical oven. The heating elements are commonly found at the bottom and top of conventional ovens.
4. What are the benefits of a fan forced oven?
- Circulating air helps dishes cook evenly
- Less rotating
- Improved browning and crisping
- Accelerated roasting and baking due to the fast-moving hot air forced into the oven cavity.
- Quick preheating
- Easy to cook multiple dishes at once
- More flexibility to cook on multiple racks
- Recommended for cooking practically everything, including meats, vegetables, casseroles, and cookies
- With fan forced ovens, consistent heat helps meat get brown and crispy on the outside while staying juicy and tender on the inside.