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Induction range with double ovens?

Posted by parts (My Page) on
Thu, Jul 11, 13 at 12:16

Am I right that there is no such thing as an induction range with double ovens? I didn't think I would want a double oven, but after using my daughters this weekend making multiple pizzas it was great. Or would using the convection feature with two racks do the same thing? I' pretty sure I wouldn't use the warming drawers that come with the ranges.
Thanks Karen


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RE: Induction range with double ovens?

AFAIK, the Electrolux slide-in induction range is the only one that claims to have a second oven. The lower oven looks like the warming drawer on other induction ranges but, IIRC, is supposed to get up to 450F. It runs off a 120v circuit and is basically the same kind of thing as a countertop oven. CHeck out the Elux threads for opinions on how well it does or does not work.

For double pizzas in a single oven, I suggest using convection and using well-preheated baking stones or pizza baking steels, one placed in the upper quarter and one in the bottom quarter of the oven.. If you haven't heard about steel plates for baking pizzas, check out the ModernistCuisine book or web site. There also has been some discussion of the baking steels in the forums/blogs at ModernistCuisine.com and at chowhound.com.

This post was edited by JWVideo on Thu, Jul 11, 13 at 13:25


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RE: Induction range with double ovens?

Thanks JWVideo, I was afraid of that. I'm not crazy about the Elux. Maybe by the time I'm ready to bite the bullet something new will come out.
Thanks again


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