COOK­ING WITH OVENS

Home & Decor (Malaysia) - - Feature -

If you’ve a pen­chant for or­der­ing the deep-fried, or pan­fried of­fer­ings on the menu, con­sider in­vest­ing in an oven for the home. Gen­er­ally, foods cooked in the oven share the crisp of their fried coun­ter­parts, with­out the ex­cess us­age of oil. Roast­ing a chicken takes no time at all, and is cer­tainly a health­ier al­ter­na­tive than or­der­ing out. Ovens per­mit you to make quick and easy meals that taste just as good, with­out the added calo­ries and un­healthy ad­di­tives that come with not know­ing what goes into the food you’re eat­ing. It’s also less messy to get your crisp on with an oven, as oil splat­ters are quite com­mon when you’re pan-fry­ing over the stove.

Be­sides reg­u­lar con­vec­tion ovens, tech­nol­ogy has also seen to it that steam and combi ovens find their place in the homes of many. The idea is a sin­gu­lar ap­pli­ance that can per­form the func­tion of many, thereby sav­ing on space and cost. Steam and combi ovens al­low you to cook, grill, bake, and steam all in one, so you’ll be able to take ad­van­tage of many healthy food prepa­ra­tion meth­ods.

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