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Old 02-02-2020, 12:28 PM   #1
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Question Convection Confusion

We just graduated to a 28 that came with the convection oven. I think Im already missing my gas one. It seems you cannot bake anything without the turntable turning, so then you are limited to a 9 square pan? Cant do a 9 X 13 pan for a cake or casserole? Help!
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Convection Confusion

Is the turntable itself and its rollers removable?

Put the dish up on a couple ovenproof supports or an inverted shallow ovenproof dish to keep the turntable motor moving freely and improve air circulation in the cavity. Something microwaveable for the supports would be ideal just in case...
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We just graduated to a 28 that came with the convection oven. I think Im already missing my gas one. It seems you cannot bake anything without the turntable turning, so then you are limited to a 9 square pan? Cant do a 9 X 13 pan for a cake or casserole? Help!
10 inch round pan.
I like the microwave for some things. The convection oven turns the trailer into an oven and it is slow. Been doing a bit more oven work, over charcoal and a dutch oven.
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I believe I read in the guide for the convection oven that it was important to use the turn table.

I'm no expert. I haven't even tried mine yet.
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I believe I read in the guide for the convection oven that it was important to use the turn table.

I'm no expert. I haven't even tried mine yet.
Agree! There is nothing intuitive about any convection microwave I have ever used. And "preheat" - well the idea that convection is faster than a conventional oven is true IF you ignore the time it takes to preheat - and if you ignore the fact that your entire trailer gets preheated.
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Well. you do have to pre-heat a regular oven, and they do heat up a room. I've never had a trailer with a regular oven so I have nothing to compare my convection microwave with, but I like to do dutch oven outside occasionally as well. We don't bake much in the trailer, mostly grilling outside and cooktop for pan cooking.

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