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Aroma Housewares AST-900E AeroMatic Convection Oven

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  • Energy-efficient convection oven bakes, steams, broils, grills, roasts, and fries
  • Tempered-glass detachable cooking bowl and lid; steel stand
  • Dial controls for temperature and timer; indicator lights; automatic shut-off
  • Includes steam rack, low rack, and 2 high racks; dishwasher-safe parts
  • Measures 16-1/2 by 13-1/5 by 12-3/5 inches; 1-year limited warranty

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 16.5 x 13.2 x 12.6 inches ; 16 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 18 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B0002AZ062
  • Item model number: AST-900E
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (37 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #170,515 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Broil, bake, fry, roast, boil, and grill. With French Arcopal tempered glass detachable cooking bowl. Break resistant, easy-to-clean and ensures temperature stability. Easy-to-use dials with power and timer indicator lights. Promotes low-fat cooking; fat and oils drip away from food. Uses 80% less energy than standard ovens. Durable cool-touch handles and base.

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Customer Reviews

Poor engineering to place hole at weak point of hollow handle plastic.
180pilot
When done they have this awesome crispy outside with tender juicy meat inside.
Alexander E. Paulsen
I still highly recommend it and would buy another one if this one burns out.
Yannick Salgleda

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

74 of 75 people found the following review helpful By Alexander E. Paulsen on November 22, 2004
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I love these turbo ovens and have been using them for years.
The Aroma brand of products never disappoints for quality and usability and this oven is no exception.

Basically it sits on your counter. You load the pot with food such as chicken wings or a pork roast or a whole chicken or just about anything.

The lid contains a heater and a fan and it blows superhot air across the food cooking it. It can give the effect of either deep frying without the oil and fat or a rotisserie except you can do it on the countertop with no special equipment.

For the worlds best wing:

Turbo Wings

3-4 pounds of defrosted chicken wings - whole or separated into wings and drumettes

Season with:

Kosher salt
Spicy Hungarian Paprika
Cayenne - a light sprinkle
a dash of pepper
a dusting of garlic powder to taste

Pack loosely into the turbo over. Roast at high heat ~375-400'F for about 15-20 minutes. Watch them cook.

When done they have this awesome crispy outside with tender juicy meat inside.

I've tried these wings a variety of ways including a regular convection over and somehow they are never as good as with the turbo oven. I think the air circulation is better in the more confined space of the turbo.

This will give you years of delicious fast preparing food for the busy person, and the unit cleans in a snap.

Well worth the price. I just bought another one here from Amazon to replace one I have thats 14 years old. I broke the pot by accident. The heater and turbo unit are still fine and work great.
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48 of 50 people found the following review helpful By Yannick Salgleda on January 22, 2008
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I ordered the Aroma AST900E-Turbo Oven when the Aroma oven that I owned for over 2 years broke. To be precise, one of the three power prongs melted into the removable power cable. When I pulled out the cable, the prong came out with it and you could see where some of the rubber melted. Up until that fateful event, the oven worked great and my wife and I were very happy with it. With that I looked at other similar countertop convection ovens and decided to stick with Aroma as we could still use much of the racks and the big pot from our old one. We ordered it from Amazon on a Sunday night and got it on Wednesday - we were so happy to get our new one so quickly!

When I started using the oven I noticed some differences...

First, the power cord is permanently attached to the top heating unit - no more detachable plug. I liked having the detachable plug but it is no deal breaker. Makes me wonder if I was not the only one who had the power cord melting problem.

Secondly, it is much quieter. So much quieter in fact that we thought it wasn't working properly when we got it. We were very wrong as our food cooks way faster with this new model. A definite plus - quieter and cooks better.

All and all we are very happy with the new model although we can't vouch for its longevity yet but it cooks food wonderfully.

One cooking tip (that can used for this or any similar countertop convection over...if you put a heat resistant plate below the lower cooking rack when you cook chicken, steak, or burgers (which cook fantastic by the way) all the grease drips onto the plate (instead of the bottom of the big pot) and cleaning up is a breeze. You literally only have to clean the plate and wipe around the bowl. Very convenient!
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46 of 50 people found the following review helpful By Love Baking on July 14, 2008
I am doing a lot of baking lately and decided to get a convection oven so I don't have to turn the large oven on every day in the summer heat. After reading the reviews and checking out interior dimensions of the countertop ovens out there I decided to go with the Aroma turbo oven. I got mine last Friday and a whole chicken just waited for the package to arrive marinating for a full day. I followed the instructions (10 min for every pound at 400F) and the top of the chicken came out wonderful, but the bottom was still raw. No big deal! Turned the chicken over and put it back to roast for 10 min/pound at 400F again. It turned out to be very nice, but the inside was raw, bloody bones here and there. So, I had to cut the chicken in half and put it back for an additional 15 more minutes to get the inside done right too. This was my first trial. Then the next day I went for baking cinnamon rolls, and that was a total mess. While the rolls on the top were done the bottom halves were raw. Had to turn them over and bake them again. They came out OK, but have no commercial look for sure. So, for the bread yesterday I went back to the regular oven and baked it there, as it is obvious to me that the fan does not circulate enough the air in the container to get the bottom done too. I just wonder if anyone else is having this problem, or I just got a faulty unit?
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Jin Tao Yee on December 16, 2008
I was a bit hesistant about this oven when I first saw it, but after reading the reviews and noticing the distinct lack of size for the convection ovens over at Wal-Mart, I decided to give it a try. We've had it for about a month now, and it is one of the few products which have worked exactly as advertised. There's nothing really particularly complicated about the unit - a giant Corningware glass bowl, a couple of metal racks, a heater/fan, and timer/temperature controls. It's the quality and the value that really makes this a standout.

The amusing thing about this oven is that the day after we arrived, my wife was watching an infomercial for the NuWave oven which is almost exactly the same as this plus a couple more accessories. All of the NuWave recipes will work fine in here. You don't need to spend the extra money unless you really want that expander ring which adds a couple of inches to the height of this unit - that's the one thing I saw that looked decent. I might ask a metal shop nearby to replicate it for me one day.

It does take a while to figure out exactly what the cooking times and temperatures are, so don't be afraid to burn a couple of things on your way to familiarizing yourself with this oven. It really is a smaller, more energy efficient version of your normal stove oven. Treat it the same way as you would your larger friend, and you'll be fine.
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