The Infrawave Oven - The Latest Thing in Kitchen Appliances

A new kitchen appliance called the Infrawave oven makes grilling, baking and other cooking activities quicker and easier than ever before. The oven uses infrared light technology which makes baking and cooking up to 50% faster compared to a conventional oven or a toaster oven or a microwave.

The Infrawave oven uses higher frequency infrared light technology to cook food rather than microwave radiation and so food cooks brown and crispy rather than bland like microwaved foods can sometimes be. Meats are cooked on the inside and the outside at the same time. Chef-quality is how the food has been described by folks tasting it. The Infraware oven is more like a small convection oven than it is to a microwave.

The oven actually sends out two different types of infrared waves. The first are shorter, high frequency waves that cooks the surface of the food to make the food crispy. The other type are long, lower frequency waves that cook the inner sections of the food. Then end results are perfectly cooked meats, fish and poultry cooked in almost half the time of a conventional oven. Your family will be enjoying faster and healthier meals in less time than ever before.

And there's no thawing or preheating required either. The Infrawave oven takes care of that as well. What a time-saving convenience that is. In fact, many frozen foods are completely cooked in under 20 minutes.

Not much larger than a toaster oven, the unit is small and compact with a footprint of only 15 inches wide by 14 inches deep.

It has a capacity of 0.7 cubic feet with inside dimensions of 10-5/16 inches x 11 inches x 6 inches tall. The oven is also equipped with a digital touch pad, a digital display and a slide out crumb tray. The especially unique aspects of the Infrawave are its ability to "know" how to cook your food based on the settings you choose. The unit is equipped with a touchpad that you use to program the oven for whatever type of food you are preparing.

You simply input the type of food that you're going to cook (steak, chicken, lasagna, potatoes, etc.) and the Infrawave oven automatically sets the cooking temperature and time. You can even set the oven to alert you at different cooking times, depending on the style of cooking you want.

For example, you can choose 'regular' and 'crispy' and then when the cooking time is done for the regular cycle, the oven will alert you and then when the cooking time is done for the crispy cycle it will alert you once again. There are a number of different preset options available as well so you won't be stuck looking for the perfect choice.

You don't need special cooking dishware either; any cookware that is suitable for a conventional oven is acceptable to use including ovenproof dishes without lids or metal or ceramic cookware. You need to make certain to keep the cookware and the food you're cooking at least one inch away from the upper heating elements.

All in all, the Infrawave oven should be a welcome addition to any modern kitchen with its timesaving qualities and its ability to produce chef-quality foods.

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