This compact turbo oven has faster cooking due to its Turbo Heat Fan Technology set in the roof of the oven, so it can very quickly distribute hot air and circulate it efficiently.
When using the Convection setting, it will shorten the cooking time by up to 30%. With a variable temperature up to 230C and a 60-minute auto-off dial timer, you can control your cooking for even results. Also, it doesn’t have to be pre-heated if using the air frying setting. There’s also a Warm Function that’s great for warming and keeping food warm after heating until you’re ready to serve.
The size of this bench-top oven is also ideal for smaller households. It’s so easy to clean as well, you simply wipe with a damp cloth. The mesh fry basket, wire rack and baking pan can also be washed in top section of a dishwasher.
We roasted a 2.8kg chicken to perfection (using the Convection setting) and also fried chicken wings coated in a spice rub (using the Air Fry setting). The result for both was crispy chicken with well-browned skin on the outside and tender, juicy flesh on the inside.
We made croutons, using leftover sour dough, to add to a salad. They’re so easy to make, you simply tear bread into pieces and toss in a little olive oil, crushed garlic and salt. Use your hands to massage the oil mixture into the bread pieces, then place in the air fry basket. Sit basket in the baking pan to catch any crumbs and (using the Air Fry setting), cook until chunks of bread are crispy and golden. Store any leftovers in an airtight container for up to a week.
Enjoy as a snack, sprinkle over soup, serve instead of biscuits to scoop into a creamy dip or crumble over a pasta bake. They’re really yummy!
This clever appliance is simple to use, plus the oven manual includes recipes for inspiration and there’s a 1-year warranty to give you peace of mind. It will quickly become invaluable in your kitchen. For further information, visit www.nationalproductreview.com