Convection ovens contain a fan that circulates the air inside the oven, while conventional ovens have no air circulation. The circulation of air makes food cook faster and leads to even browning and a juicier taste. It a... More »

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Convection ovens, unlike more traditional radiant conventional ovens, rely on a fan to circulate air throughout the inside of the oven, which cooks food more quickly. Moving air increases the rate at which heat penetrate... More »

A convection oven differs from a conventional oven in that it has a fan to circulate air in the oven cavity. The air circulation helps to distribute heat evenly within the oven, resulting in faster and more even cooking. More »

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Convection ovens use a fan built into the back of the oven to circulate warm air around the food during cooking. This feature allows for even heating and better browning of foods. Additionally, foods cook at a lower temp... More »

Convection ovens, unlike more traditional radiant conventional ovens, rely on a fan to circulate air throughout the inside of the oven, which cooks food more quickly. Moving air increases the rate at which heat penetrate... More »

Convection ovens feature a fan that circulates the heat to cook food more evenly. The fan also shortens cooking time up to 25 percent, compared to cooking time of a traditional oven. Food that is cooked evenly is juicier... More »

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A convection oven differs from a conventional oven in that it has a fan to circulate air in the oven cavity. The air circulation helps to distribute heat evenly within the oven, resulting in faster and more even cooking. More »

www.reference.com Home & Garden Appliances Ovens & Ranges