Convection Steam Oven Convection Steam Mode Higher Than 445°F (230°C)
- Convection Steam Mode in the Convection Steam Oven (CSO)
- Recipe calls for higher temp than 445 or 230 degrees
If a recipe calls for temperatures higher than 445°F (230°C):
- Note that the CSO can reduce cooking times or temperatures by up to 25% in convection steam mode. Try reducing the recipe's temperature by 25% and monitoring results.
- Steam is much more efficient at transferring heat energy than dry air.
- Additionally, super-heated steam has different properties than normal steam, resulting in its browning, crisping effect on food.
- Consequently, 445 degrees in the Convection Steam Oven (CSO) is able to bake bread with excellent results.
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