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- Extra large capacity fits tw 12 inch pizzas, two 9x13 casseroles or two cakepans.
- Includes two cooking racks, two baking pans, broiler racks and rotisserie accessories.
- Bake and broil with two hour timer settings.
- Revolving rotisserie meat self bastes as it turns-fits a 5lb chicken.
- Convection setting bakes faster and more evenly than traditional oven.
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|Dimensions||14.5 inches x 23.3 inches x 17.8 inches||16.7 inches x 24 inches x 21.5 inches||12.5 inches x 14.75 inches x 23.5 inches||17.6 inches x 23.2 inches x 14.2 inches|
|Material||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel|
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Hamilton Beach Countertop Oven with Convection & Rotisserie 31100
Small enough to fit on your kitchen counter, but large enough to help you prepare for any meal or party, the Hamilton Beach Countertop Oven with Convection & Rotisserie boasts full-size oven performance in compact, energy-efficient form.
Designed with both kitchen style and practicality in mind, the Countertop Oven with Convection & Rotisserie is portable and countertop convenient. It's packed with versatile cooking options that range from baking cakes to crisping cookies to broiling salmon to roasting an entire 5 lb. chicken, roast or pork. There's no need to spend extra time cooking separate meals for the pickier ones, either. The wide interior and adjustable cooking racks provide double the space for cooking multiple foods at once.
What's more, this oven is ideal for anyone, anywhere and anytime. It can replace the microwave in your office, offer easy cooking access for the elderly, serve as a staple for apartment dwellers or provide snack enthusiasts with a little added treat.
PRODUCT FEATURE BENEFITS
- Uses 49% less energy than a typical kitchen oven
- Extra-large capacity accommodates two 12" pizzas, two 9"x13" casseroles, two cake pans, two sheets of cookies or a 5 lb. chicken
- Easy-clean, nonstick oven interior
- Includes two oven racks, large enamel-coated baking pan, small baking pan and broil rack
- Broil rack also stacks directly on small baking pan for roasting meats
- Includes rotisserie accessories: rotisserie lift and forks with rod (skewer) Slide-out, full-width crumb/drip tray
- Easy-to-read temperature dial on front control panel can be adjusted to desired or pre-set temperatures
- Easy-to-read function dial on front control panel can be adjusted to four pre-programmed settings: BAKE, CONVECTION, BROIL, ROTISSERIE
- Power indicator light
- 2-hour cooking timer with audible tone and automatic shutoff
Gives You the Choice of Bake, Convection, Broil or Rotisserie
Don't want to heat up the entire kitchen or slave away over a hot burner? No sweat – the Hamilton Beach Countertop Oven provides extra capacity for second oven convenience as well as four ways to cook: BAKE, CONVECTION, BROIL and ROTISSERIE.
Doubles Your Baking Options with Convection Technology
A 9"x13" baking pan can be found in most kitchens in North America, used for making everything from lasagna to brownies. Not only does this oven fit two 9"x13" pans at once, unlike conventional ovens without convection technology, the Countertop Oven with Convection comes fully equipped. Instead of having heat come from just one central area and no fan to "stir-up" or circulate air evenly all over, this oven's convection technology utilizes a top and bottom heating element and a built-in fan to distribute heat evenly for a uniform temperature. That way, bakers can choose between traditional baking – ideal for cupcakes, cakes and soft baked goods – or convection baking – ideal for a crispy pizzas, cookies or even taquitos.
For light and fluffy soft baked goods like cupcakes, cakes or pastries, follow these BAKE directions. For crispier foods like pizzas or cookies, use CONVECTION BAKE, which forces more air to circulate in the oven, so foods will cook faster at the same oven temperature:
- Before setting to BROIL, place food directly on small baking pan or on broil rack stacked directly on small baking pan and place in oven. DO NOT PREHEAT.
- Set the TEMPERATURE to BROIL/ROTISSERIE.
- Set FUNCTION to BROIL. Note: Only upper heating elements will be on in BROIL mode.
- BROIL: Rotate Timer past 40 minutes, then to desired broiling time or rotate to STAY ON.
- Note: Turn food when browned or halfway through cooking time.
For roasted chicken, beef roast or pork roast, follow these ROTISSERIE directions:
- Before setting to ROTISSERIE, slide large coated baking pan in lowest rack position.
- Tie chicken and large pieces of meat tightly with cotton string to prevent meat from hitting baking pan. For further instructions, search World Wide Web on "How to Truss a Chicken for Rotisserie."
- Insert Rotisserie rod lengthwise into center of meat, and insert rotisserie forks on rod lengthwise into lower bottom half of meat. Make sure meat is centered evenly between rotisserie rod and fork ends, and tighten screws on rotisserie forks.
- Manually insert pointed end of rod holding chicken into oven rotisserie insert, rotating the rod as needed to fit and then place square end of rod into slot in bracket on left side.
- Set TEMPERATURE to BROIL/ROTISSERIE.
- Set FUNCTION to ROTISSERIE
- BAKE: Rotate Timer past 40 minutes, then set Timer to desired time or rotate to STAY ON.
Note: Only upper heating elements will be on during ROTISSERIE mode.
- To remove cooked meat from oven, place rotisserie lift with hooks under rotisserie rod. Lift and slide rotisserie rod to the left and remove from oven.
- Place meat on a clean surface to cool slightly, and using oven mitts, unscrew rotisserie forks and remove rotisserie rod.
- Slide meat onto cutting surface or serving tray before carving.
Makes Leftovers Delicious and Appealing
Too tired to cook or plan out your next meal? No worries – resorting to leftovers for dinner doesn't have to mean a mushy or unexciting meal any longer. In fact, this oven effortlessly caters to your hectic schedule. Simply set from 300° to 350° to quickly reheat biscuits, leftover roasts or casseroles and set to 150° to keep food warm while you're waiting for guests to arrive or busy multitasking.
Full-Performance Ovens Preferred Over Toaster Ovens
Significant numbers of American consumers use their toaster ovens for more than just toast, and many are also eating at home to save money, eat healthier and manage ingredients. Look no further, the Hamilton Beach Countertop Oven with Convection & Rotisserie combines all these features into one. With an extra-large capacity to fit an entire meal for a family of four, additional BROIL settings for the health-conscious and offering four ways to cook, this appliance satisfies the palate, the diet and the budget.
The full-width crumb/drip tray slides out from the front, allowing easy washing. For the best oven performance, cleaning should be done regularly. Unplug first and allow oven to cool before interior and exterior cleaning. For interior cleaning: wipe oven walls, bottom tray and glass door with a damp, soapy cloth, but do not scratch or damage heating element tube. Repeat with a damp, clean cloth. All removable parts should be hand washed in warm, soapy water as well. For stubborn interior stains, use a plastic scouring pad. For exterior cleaning: wipe oven walls with a damp cloth, but do not use abrasive cleansers or metal scouring pads; this can scrape/scratch the surface.
TIPS & CARE
Before cooking with the oven, always PREHEAT for approximately 5 minutes. Check pan manufacturer's directions for oven-safe rating. Do not cover the crumb/drip tray or any part of the oven in aluminum foil (causes overheating); however, use of aluminum foil to partially cover casseroles or some foods is acceptable. Visit foodsafety.gov for more safe cooking temperature information.
Top Customer Reviews
It shipped with rotisserie equipment, two metal shelf racks, one large enameled metal baking pan and one smaller aluminum broiler or baking pan with a rack that fits inside. The enameled pan is a shelf unto itself and it fits into the rack slots whereas the smaller pan sits on one of the supplied shelf racks. You may never need anything else but if you do, Amazon sells many other accessories which will fit the oven.
One thing that should be noted is that the exterior can get hot; I gather that it's not particularly well insulated, possibly a result of cost-cutting. That's generally not a problem as long as you're aware of it and take precautions. And it can even be turned into an advantage because the top can be used as a warming tray.
The oven has seen constant use since I've had it and has turned out a delicious crusty loaf of French bread, two batches of chocolate chip cookies (on quarter sheets which I purchased separately) and a homemade pizza. It's also broiled filet mignon and heated up various other items. As far as I'm concerned, the Hamilton Beach Countertop oven has paid for itself already and I look forward to using it for a long time to come.
If your plan is to use this inside your house to keep from having to fire up your full size oven then I would discourage you from getting this because I think this oven will heat up the house just as much and take up a ton of space. If you plan on keeping it in the garage or a covered outdoor kitchen then this is the one to get. Lots of value for the price.
The oven heating elements quit working properly around August 2012, so this oven only made it about one year. At first I thought I had just screwed up my cooking time/temp, because it had been so reliable previously. It just will not get hot enough to cook. I used to be able to broil steaks and they would come out perfectly, now they won't even cook on the highest setting. I'll be tossing this one out and spending the extra money on a name brand.
I have many years behind me repairing appliances. Have calibrated more ovens then I can count. I had to calibrate this oven and it was then when I found the difference between convection and normal bake. I knew from the results of what we cooked that the two were not even close. While I was able to calibrate for ether convection use or normal, there was no way I could do both. Convection ovens do cook differently than none convection. But the temperature should still be good. 350 should be 350 plus our minus about 15 degrees on each side of 350.
When trying to cook something wrapped in tin foil, the oven struggled with this.
We also are not all that crazy about the outside of the oven getting as hot as it does. If you want to use the top of the oven for a food warmer, then fine, you can do it. I really don't wish to have an oven that gets about has hot on the outside as it does on the inside.
Be careful when pulling out the rack with something when you have something on it. They tend to let go.
Overall, I believe that this is the best oven for the money that is on the market. We tried several other brands, including Oster, that sold for more but they felt cheap and did not perform like the Hamilton Beach. We have never tried the higher end brands so I cannot comment on how this oven performs as compared to the $250-300 brands.
The replacement unit that I reviewed above has completely failed after just nine months (and during the nine months it rattled almost constantly). Now, the Timer Switch will not move to the "STAY ON" position and when trying to cook with the timer, the timer will not always turn the oven off, which is a fire hazard. The Selection knob will not turn past Convection (only to Broil and Convection) and the top heating element has stopped working, which keeps the oven from reaching temperature even on Convection and obviously makes the Broil setting useless.
We now realize that this product is a real piece of junk!!Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My 27 year old oven broke on Christmas morning. I bought this one and this little oven is amazing. I keep it on 325° and the convection setting all the time. Read morePublished 11 days ago by pamom2lgi
I'm in love with this oven, does everything I need in a quick and easy to use steps. having fun learning about convection cooking and with our large oven going out last month, we... Read morePublished 12 days ago by MadddyGirl
My big oven quite working and I needed something fast to replace it. This counter top oven did the trick. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Harriet
I would like to return it please send me a return slip it is way too big and heavyPublished 19 days ago by Amazon Customer
Heats up quickly but can be a bit noisy when in convection option, overall I would rate it 4 stars as it does work fairly well for its small size.Published 23 days ago by Joseph Baker
We love it. I very rarely need to turn on my full sized oven. I can make casseroles and cookies, cakes, fish fillets, everything in it.Published 1 month ago by Vicky Turner
Love love love this. I use it all of the time. I've had it for a long time and it is still going strong. Great price for a great productPublished 1 month ago by Rachael