Ovens that Cook Fast
UAKC can put your cooking on the fast track
There has been a lot of development in ovens that cook quickly. Thanks to convection cooking, there's no more waiting all day for the turkey to cook. With microwave ovens many foods can be reheated in just a couple of minutes. With the advanced technology included in GE's Advantium and Viking's TurboChef, the disadvantages of traditional microwave cooking go away, but the food is still cooking at a lightning fast speed. Steam cooking has begun to make a big mark in speed cooking not just because of its speed, but because it preserves foods nutrients, flavor, and color.
Let's review a few of the ovens that will cook your food faster.
Thermador Steam Oven
Thermador is a pioneer in this category, while many others have joined in with a variety of steam options. Thermador remains a standout. Here's a quick look at the Thermador steam/convection oven.
- 1.4 Cu Ft Steam/Convection Oven
- 40 Easy Cook Programs
- Steam Clean Function
- Blue Graphic Display
- Cook Control Temperature Probe
GE's Advantium system combines convection heat, microwave, and halogen heat for blazing quick cooking.
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Viking has taken some proven commercial speed cooking technology (air impingement) and created this combo oven, with separate conventional oven and speed cook turbo oven.
Patented Airspeed Technology™
Top oven cooks food 15 times faster than conventional cooking methods, retaining moisture and locking in flavor for superior quality. Proven technology in over 130,000 commercial kitchens worldwide.
7 High-Performance Speed Cook Modes – Top Oven
Bake, Roast, Broil, Air-Crisp, Toast, Dehydrate, and Favorites functions deliver fast a versatile performance
30” Jenn-Air Single Wall Oven
V2™ Vertical Dual-Fan Convection System
This new Jenn-Air® single wall oven offers:
5.0 cubic feet of oven capacity and advanced cooking capabilities with the next-generation Wi-Fi Connected Jenn-Air® Culinary Center and 7-inch touch-anywhere digital display. Using two vertically-stacked convection fans, the V2™ vertical dual-fan convection system distributes 6,800 watts of convection cooking power to achieve exceptional results.
To get more information on Speed Cooking Technology call or hurry in to Universal Appliance and Kitchen Center today.
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