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Omnia Oven. Your oven on the stove top. Ideal solution for boat oven, camp oven, and RV oven. Also known as a wonder pot.

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  • Bake pizza, brownies, cakes, breads, casseroles and more on the stove top!
  • Designed to bake on any type of burner - gas, electric, kerosene, or camp stove - or even on a grill.
  • Food has same texture as when baked in a conventional oven.
  • Steam vents in lid ensure that breads and cakes aren't soggy.
  • Holds as much as an 8" square baking pan or 2.1 quarts.
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"Smaller, lighter, easier to use, and better results than any other method of baking without a conventional oven." - Carolyn Shearlock, author of The Boat Galley Cookbook

Omnia is the oven on the stove top. You can use Omnia on a gas stove, alcohol stove, electric stove, or electric hotplate. Omnia Oven solves your baking problems with an incredibly light one pound compact solution. Space and weight are at a premium whether you are a camper, boater, or RVer. Other alternatives require more energy and space than Omnia. There is nothing to install and it's a lot cheaper than buying a conventional oven.

Almost every dish you can bake or prepare in an oven can be easily made using Omnia. Try your favorite recipes or one of the many recipes in Omnia's free cookbook.

How It Works: Omnia is an aluminum baking pan and lid with a treated steel base plate. The burner directly heats the steel base plate, which in turn heats the air trapped between the base and the baking pan. The burner also heats air that goes up the center of the baking pan and the lid serves to distribute that hot air over the top of the food. Thus, there's hot air both under and above the baking pan -- and in the center. A few air holes in the lid allow steam to escape so that foods bake rather than steam. Your dishes won't be soggy as happens if you try to bake in a Dutch oven or pressure cooker.


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 11 x 10 x 4 inches ; 1.8 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000YLJQ5U
  • Item model number: OM4500
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #380,417 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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I've used this for cakes, bread, meats, coffee cakes and more with great results. For cakes, use a recipe designed for an 8x8 pan -- any larger and it will fill it too full.

Fantastic item -- I highly recommend this and wrote a much longer review with lots of photos of items I've baked on my blog, TheBoatGalley.
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We bought this oven for use on our sailboat that does not have an oven and I can't live without home-made bread.

I have tried all of the standard no oven baking techniques - pressure cooker bread, Dutch oven bread, frying pan bread (pan de campo) and was not satisfied with the results.

The Omnia is expensive, but we decided to give it a try. It arrived on a cold, below freezing, day but I had a batch of dough on the go so I set up the alcohol stove outside in the garage, greased and sesame seeded the Omnia and put some dough in it (four fist-sized pieces) and let it rise in the Omnia.

After an hour or so, I lit the Origo and put the Omnia on it to cook the bread. It was cold outside so I left it on the Origo for longer than I would normally. I did not really expect a good result, and I resisted the temptation to peek until about 45 minutes. When I did peek I was amazed to find some really good looking bread, cooked and ready. There was a tiny bit of burning (toasting really) on the bread that was on the inside, but the loaf shook out of the tin easily and 10 minutes later we were eating warm, buttered bread. Pretty close to perfect.

So, we don't need an oven on the boat for bread and I am now thinking about buying a Grillex Brazilian Portable Barbecue Grill so that I can get rid of the propane boat BBQ as well.

Although I am giving it 5 stars, I do think that it is expensive and that it could be made out of thicker metal. However, the results are so good that I can forgive it these deficiencies.
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Opening the box was disheartening, it seemed I purchased a bunt pan with a lid that sits atop an insert from an electric stove burner. It was also much smaller than what I had anticipated.

Then I used it on our boat for the first time to bake breakfast muffins and I found my opinion had completely turned around. Brownies were next on the baking menu for that day. Both things cooked wonderfully. Love this oven. If you don't have an oven on your boat or your RV then I suggest you get one of these. It works wonderfully. It seems to be made of aluminum and I would think that it should be packed carefully in your boat or RV to prevent denting.

Granted the price is high. But for as many times as I anticipate using it I believe my investment will be paid off in rather a short time. It is a hit at our marina!
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I have been using an Omnia Oven for about 4-5 years now. It is a fantastic product for baking breads and biscuits in the back woods. I use a Primus Omnifuel open flame stove when I camp. The omni oven sits perfectly on the 3 tines and bakes pretty well.

I have found that it takes much less direct flame than you would think, so the first few times, you might scorch your food.

After getting used to the temps that you need to use, you will be baking stuff with ease.

The following is a list of things I've baked,

* Brownies. Kids LOVE them. Adults too.
* Biscuits....bisquick 3 cheese are fantastic
* Betty Crocker just add milk breads.
* Cornbread
* Breakfast casseroles. Eggs, sausage, and hash browns.
* Hash Browns.

I used to use a reflector and a coleman oven. NEVER AGAIN.

Thanks for such a great product.
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I first encountered this stove top baking device on a guided trip to the North Slope of the Brooks Range in Alaska. The guides were baking Pineapple Upside Down cake, cornbread, lemon cake, brownies and all from packaged off the shelf mixes. It was so easy and fast, so much better than the cast iron Dutch Ovens I have seen used on river rafting trips. Since the Omnia Stove Top Oven was unavailable from amazon, I found one from Sea Dog Boating Solutions which appears to be the only source in the US. I have since been baking numerous items on various camping stoves and they have all turned out great. Just use a low to medium heat setting and pay close attention to the baking time and you will have great breads and cakes from a lightweight, easily packable oven that should last for years.
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This oven really works, but it does take some practice getting the burner flame and times just right for any recipe. You can bake just about anything that is a small volume and requires a slow to moderate oven (300-375F). I read on some forums that folks constructed these themselves out of electric burner drip pans, bundt pans, and saucepan lids, in order to save money. But by the time you've searched all the thrift stores to find all three items that fit snugly with the proper height for hot air circulation, you've already spent enough time and gas to justify buying the real thing. It's worth the money for a well designed and constructed unit. It's lightweight, easy to clean, and stacks neatly for storing in your camper. The red lid is a nice touch. Love it.
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