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Oster TSSTTVXLDG Extra Large Digital Toaster Oven, Stainless Steel
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- Stylish brushed stainless steel finish
- 90 minute timer with automatic shut off
- Accommodates family sized pizzas, roasts, chicken, or casseroles
- Extra large capacity will hold a 9-inch by 13-inch casserole dish
- 150 to 450-degree temperature range
- Stylish brushed stainless steel finish
- 90 minute timer with automatic shut off
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|Color||Silver||Stainless Steel||Black||Silver||Stainless Steel||Stainless|
|Item Dimensions||20.8 x 23.9 x 16.4 in||21.5 x 24 x 16.7 in||19.76 x 15.37 x 11.38 in||13.4 x 22.8 x 15.5 in||19.5 x 22 x 13 in||19.76 x 15.37 x 11.38 in|
|Item Weight||26.4 lbs||26 lbs||20.3 lbs||15.76 lbs||18.1 lbs||18.95 lbs|
|Material Type||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel|
Oster Extra-Large Digital Toaster Oven with Convection Bake
A useful addition to any busy kitchen, Oster's TSSTTVXLDG extra-large digital toaster oven--beautifully housed in brushed stainless steel--takes countertop cooking to a whole new level. Whether it's the holidays and relatives are gathering for a celebratory feast, or it's simply a Tuesday night and a quick healthy meal is on the menu, the countertop oven offers a roomy interior and exceptional versatility that not only accommodates, but inspires.
The toaster oven works well as a second oven or as an energy-efficient alternative to turning on the full-size oven, though no need to think small thanks to its extra-large interior. Bake anything from a family-size 16-inch frozen or take-and-bake pizza to a whole chicken, a 13-by-9-inch casserole, or a pan of bread sticks or cinnamon rolls. It can even toast up to 14 slices of bread at a time.
The oven provides a removable baking pan and broil rack for baking, broiling and grilling, as well as two removable wire racks that slide neatly into place. Two oven-rack positions allow for multi-level cooking options--use just one rack in the lower position (great for cooking a tall roast) or both racks simultaneously (better for busting out batches of oatmeal chocolate-chip cookies).
Digital Controls and Convection Technology
Digital controls keep things simple for both the novice and experienced home chef alike. Simply press the easy-clean touch-pad to make the desired selection. Functions include Toast, Bake, Broil, Warm, Defrost, and Pizza.
There's also a Convection Bake setting that uses turbo convection-heat technology, which means more even browning and faster results--without compromising on quality. With Convection Bake, hot air circulates throughout the oven's interior, just like with a high-end full-size oven, which means it's possible to effortlessly achieve juicy meat and flavorful, gently cooked vegetables, as well as crispy edges and flakey crusts.
Even more, the user-friendly control panel provides a Temp button with up and down arrows for increasing or decreasing the cooking temperature (from 150 to 450 degrees F) and a Timer button with up and down arrows for setting the 90-minute timer, which shuts off automatically once the desired time has ended. The control panel also includes a clock digitally displaying the time of day.
Thoughtfully constructed, the extra-large digital toaster oven sports a large, fully transparent, glass door that makes it possible to keep an eye on cooking food without letting heat escape by having to open the door. It also comes with a full-length cool-touch door handle, a smooth interior that cleans up in a snap, and an external removable crumb tray.
Where to begin? The toaster oven provides a variety of mouthwatering recipes like brie and artichoke bruschetta, cinnamon toast, and honey mustard chicken with spicy pecan cornflake crust, as well as mustard and herb pork tenderloin with roasted potatoes and roasted turkey breast with aromatic vegetables. Attractively housed in brushed stainless steel, the extra-large toaster oven measures 20 inches long by 24 inches wide by 13 inches high.
What's in the Box
Oster TSSTTVXLDG toaster oven, removable baking pan and broil rack, 2 removable wire racks, user manual
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I've had this oven almost a year, and I'm happy I made the purchase. I use it everyday, and haven't had any problems. One correction I want to make is that you can adjust the timer for any length of time that you want (even beyond one hour). It's easy to use. It toasts and bakes beautifully. One additional note, stoneware can be used but put it in at that time you put the oven on. The manufacturers advise that's you allow the stoneware to gradually increase it's temperature along with the oven to prevent breakage. They aren't kidding. I broke one of my stoneware dishes putting it back in my oven after it had already cooled down. All of my former review remains the same. It's a great buy, and I still love it.
Let me start by saying this is my oven. I live in an apartment that doesn't have one so a toaster oven is my only option. I originally owned a small Oster toaster/convection that worked well but baking anything but brownies was out of the question (I sacrificed many cheesecakes and pies in ill-fated attempts). My mother knew I missed baking, and I was sick of cooking half batches of everything so she bought this for me for Christmas. I can finally cook a full pan of lasagna. Euphoria.
I love it. I'll reiterate some of what other readers have said...you can fit an average cookie sheet, two loaf pans side by side, and a 9x13 pan (as long as the handles aren't too long). I finally cooked chicken and roasted potatoes at the same time last night. I'm currently baking a blueberry pie and it's almost done (and looks wonderful). I will tell you that I would take other buyers' advice on baking (with the pie I put foil on the top for half of the baking time, then took it off for the remainder. Even a toaster/convection oven this size still browns the top faster than a conventional oven).
It is huge. Bigger than the popular cuisinart model toaster/convection. It takes up a lot of counter space but it's worth it if you are going to use it frequently. It has a short cord (but most manufacturers do this because it's meant to be plugged directly into an outlet and not operated with an extension cord). Buy oven mitts. I've already scorched mine, but better the mitts than my hands. Forget using pot holders because the entire oven including the door gets very hot. The digital settings are easy to use and are pre-set for 30 minutes. If you want up to 60 minutes you can adjust it manually. If you are cooking something that will take more than an hour then adjust the time setting while it's in the oven because once it turns off the temperature plummets quickly.
A little advice on what cookware/bakeware to use and what to avoid. Don't use Pyrex glass (I tried that in my smaller oven and it melted and cracked and that was even with preheating). I've purchased numerous pieces of stoneware (fiesta, le creuset, and Chantal) and they all have cooked/cleaned beautifully. The Le Creuset is pricey but you can find them as well as Chantal cheaper ($7.99 - $14.99 here in New York; sorry Amazon) and in a variety of colors at Home Goods, or the back of T.J. Maxx and Marshall's. They're all oven, broiler, microwave, freezer and dishwasher safe. And they will look good on your dinner table.
If you use this type of oven regularly this is a great price ($99), and better, bigger and cheaper than the largest Cuisinart. It's the same price as Walmart but they never seem to have it in stock. My only gripe is the way Amazon shipped it. There was no outer wrapping so it's contents were obvious. We've had a lot of package theft in this area over the last two years especially around the holidays. I'm just glad I was home the afternoon it was delivered. Seriously Amazon you couldn't provide some sort of package wrapping?
Hope this helps. I went to look at it at Walmart before ordering it through Amazon. It was love at first sight.
This is a nice oven, but with one annoying problem. Unless I set the timer for longer than I plan to bake, it will automatically shut off in the middle of baking. It's a very handy appliance to have, though, and it seems to be holding up. I'm upgrading my rating to 4 stars. Once I know whether or not this appliance will go the distance (I expect it to last), I'll upgrade it to 5 starts. I'm still waiting to see if it lasts.
I bought this countertop oven because my 3 daughters (2 in college; 1 in high school) come home hungry and use my large wall oven to make their meals. In the interest of saving a little energy, I searched for a toaster oven. This one meets all of my criteria. It's large enough to hold regular-sized pans, and it has a convection feature to shorten cooking time and/or lower oven temp.
To give an example, today my daughter baked chicken that would normally bake for 30 minutes in a 350-degree oven. In this Oster toaster oven, using the convection bake feature, she was able to bake it for 25 minutes at 300 degrees. Later in the afternoon when I got home from work, I popped some frozen cod in there. The cod normally take 22 minutes to bake at 425 degrees. With the convection feature, they took 14 minutes at 425 degrees. And these shortened cooking times do not take into account the fact that the toaster oven preheats a lot faster than the wall oven, and cools off a lot faster as well. Thus, my kitchen doesn't get so hot. This is going to be great during the hot summer months!
I reserve the right to edit this review if the oven doesn't perform well or starts giving trouble. I've always been skeptical of digital appliances, and this toaster oven only has a 1-year warranty. Still, I wasn't prepared to pay too much for a countertop oven, and Amazon offered this at a great price. Also, this item has received plenty of favorable reviews, so I'm hopeful I made the right choice.
This is a 1500-watt oven. The cord is short, which I happen to appreciate.
The actual rack dimensions are 15.75" wide x 12" deep at shortest point (15" deep at the longest point where the oven bulges out in the back). I did email Oster to ask what the interior dimensions were. Their reply was that it's large enough to fit a 13" x 9" pan. Obviously, they didn't answer my question, and I had to measure it myself.
Yes, you can fit a 13" x 9" pan in there, as long as its handles are short.
Allowing for proper air circulation, you can easily fit a 12" pizza pan in there. Because of the bulge, a 13" pizza pan would also work. I've seen reviews on the internet that say you can fit a 16" pizza pan in there. No way! Just one look at the rack dimensions will tell you that's not possible. My 15" round pizza pan fits in there, but there's no space for air to circulate, so I do not plan to use that pan in this oven.
The broiler pan that came with the oven measures 15" x 12" and takes up most of the available rack space.
Oster says not to use aluminum foil inside the oven--not even to line pans--because the foil can raise the oven temperature too much. The manual also says to use extreme caution with any bakeware not made of metal or glass. Pyrex and Anchor Hocking both say their bakeware are not toaster oven safe, so...
This toaster oven needs at least 6" of clearance on all sides, so make sure you have enough space before you order this huge thing. IT IS LARGE!
The digital controls are not as user friendly as my Frigidaire Professional wall oven, but considering the price difference between the two ovens, I'd say you get what you pay for.
The preheat feature of this toaster oven is royally annoying, to put it mildly. You have to go through a series of steps to enter the temperature and 7-minute preheat time, after which the oven light will go off and the word "END" appears. In other words, the oven shuts off at the end of the 7-minute preheat period. How stupid is that? I'd like to meet the genious who designed it that way! At any rate, at this stage, you have to re-enter the desired oven temperature before placing your food in the oven to bake. I called Oster about this, and they said the way to get around this is to set the oven to the desired temperature, wait 7 minutes, and then place the food in the oven. This is a lot simpler, in my opinion, so I will not be using the preheat feature from now on.
Don't bother setting the clock. The manual says to unplug the oven when not in use. The clock will then have to be reset when you plug the oven back in. Who has time for that?
Because I'm still learning how to use the convection bake feature, I have not used the oven timer. This is because I do not want the oven to automatically shut off. Actually, I think it's best to use a different timer (not the toaster oven timer) and manually shut off the oven at the end of the baking time. A good rule to follow is: Keep a watchful eye on what you're baking, broiling or toasting.
As other reviewers have pointed out, this toaster oven does not have an interior light. I would have been willing to pay a little more for that feature, but don't think it's a big deal. In my brightly lit kitchen, it's easy to check food by looking through the toaster oven's large glass door. Using a flashlight, as one reviewer suggests, would also work. 'Tis better to light a candle than curse the darkness. :)
Speaking of the door, it does not flop down, but it does open easily. It will go all the way down to countertop level, but that's a good thing. It makes it easier to get the food out of the oven. Since the door is made of glass, I suggest being gentle with it. The door looks sturdy and I'm not worried about it, but I don't think it's a good idea to handle it roughly or carelessly.
As for the oven getting hot, of course it gets hot! Any appliance that cooks with this much heat is going to get hot. Just be sensible and use oven mitts to open the door and remove food. It's as simple as that.
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