Microwave Fast without the Microwave Taste

The latest thing in cooking technology for the kitchen is called the Infrawave Speed Oven from Black and Decker. Once you've experienced cooking with this appliance, you'll never go back to your old fashioned toaster oven again. The Infrawave oven uses infrared light technology to give you instant heat meaning you'll never have to wait for your conventional oven or toaster oven to heat up again, giving you faster cooking times than ever before.

You won't even have to worry about setting the correct temperature to cook because the unit's automatic menu selects the proper temperature and cycles its cooking lights automatically based on the food being cooked.

You'll get perfectly prepared food every time because of the way the Infrawave used infrared light technology to cook the food from the inside and the outside at the same time. Your food will come out both juicy and flavorful, cooked to perfection brown and crispy as well.

You'll get professional chef-quality meals in less time than ever before with:

* No preheating required
* No thawing required either ... take frozen meals right from the freezer to the oven - many frozen foods are ready in 20 minutes or less
* 52 pre-programmed settings - you'll certainly find one that's right for the meal you're preparing
* The Infrawave oven is up to 50% faster than a conventional oven

The Infrawave speed oven gives you foods prepared with times similar to those of a microwave oven but there are features here that a microwave can't touch.

The Infrawave oven:

* Browns food as nice or nicer than a conventional oven (try doing that with a microwave)
* Grills meats to perfection whether you're cooking steaks, fish or chicken it all comes out perfectly
* Reheats leftovers in a jiffy so they taste better than the original
* You won't get that "bland taste" that a microwave sometimes gives foods
* The oven is compact too, measuring 14 inches wide, 13 ¾ inches deep and 10 inches tall

There are a number of functions that can be selected from the oven's intelligent keypad. It's simple to select broiling for meats like pork chops, steaks, hamburgers, hot dogs or chicken. There are also preprogrammed settings for family favorites like French fries or chicken wings.

And if you need to convert a conventional recipe, the Infrawave has you covered there too. There's a button on the digital control panel that will convert regular cooking times to Infrawave time. How convenient is that.

Even a simple cooking task like baking cookies is much faster with the Infrawave oven.

Here's how the process goes with a conventional oven:

* Preheat the oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit
* Wait approximately 10 minutes for the oven to heat up
* Bake at 350 degrees for approximately 13 minutes

Let's see how the process works with an Infrawave Speed Oven:

* Place the cookies in the oven
* Press the "cookies" button on the control panel and then
* Press the "cookies" button again to accept the default time of 7 minutes (for most cookies) The Infrawave oven heater lights will then cycle on and off (as a part of the normal cooking process) as needed for baking the cookies.
* It's that simple ... perfectly done cookies in almost half the time of the conventional oven

All things considered, the Infrawave Speed oven is a welcome new addition to the modern kitchen with many benefits not found in other cooking appliances.

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About The Author, John Mann
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