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For reliable, consistent cooking, look to Cadco countertop ovens. These convection ovens showcase versatility at its best. Great for baking, roasting and even cooking frozen foods (like appetizers or pizzas), these small powerhouses sit at home in the back of house or even behind the bar. Caterers also love the convenience of these convection ovens because they're easy to transport and effective at delivering consistent results each and every time. At Tundra Restaurant Supply, we sell a diverse selection of Cadco ovens so you can find the perfect one for your needs!
How Does a Convection Oven Work?
The primary difference between a convection oven and a conventional oven is the heat source. Conventional ovens have a stationary heat source while convection ovens utilize a fan to circulate hot air. This fan not only decreases cooking time but it also minimizes the risk of hot spots. Plus, since this type of heating cooks food at a hotter temperature, you'll get flaky pastries and crispy chicken skin without sacrificing a moist or doughy interior.
Cadco Oven Buying Considerations
Before purchasing a convection oven, first consider your needs and physical space. Ovens range in full and half sizes, and the physical capacity alone could impact your buying decision. Some Cadco ovens are also equipped with humidity, making them perfect for bakers who require that environment. Convection ovens also feature manual or digital control options. Manual controls are simple to operate—just sent the desired temperature and cook time! Digital controls offer bakers more control with present cook temperatures and times, which helps to ensure that product comes out the same each and over time (no matter who is cooking).