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Gas Range Cooking Guide

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  • How to use a gas range
  • Need a copy of the cooking guide for gas ranges
  • When should convection be used?

Answer:

Refer to the Gas Range Cooking Guide for cooking suggestions. The cooking chart is a guide only. Recipe or package directions should take precedence.

In a gas range oven, convection cooking is preferred for tender cuts of meat and poultry, Air-Leavened baked foods, bread, cakes, and cookies.

  • When using convection, cook foods uncovered in low-sided pans for best results.
  • Standard cooking is best for fewer tender cuts of meat that should be covered, one-dish covered recipes, and pizzas.
  • Oven rack position 1 is closest to the bottom and position 5 is closest to the top.

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