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5 Reasons to Have a Sharp Superheated Steam Countertop Oven

Recently, Molly Kumar owner of Easy Cooking with Molly , featured the Sharp Superheated Steam Countertop Oven on her blog. Read a highlight from the article down below.

These Ricotta Spinach and Corn Empanadas are our favorite party snack!!

And we have been literally having them for lunch/dinner or snack courtesy the New Sharp Superheated Steam Countertop Oven.

We recently got to try this powerful kitchen gadget that’s a ” combination of superheated steam and conventional oven”.It has 5 cooking modes – Toast, Warm, Bake/Reheat, Broil/Grill and Pizza! In other words, this low-profile, countertop oven is POWERFUL Enough to do most of your cooking. It needs NO-Preheating / Defrosting – Which is AMAZING cause who has time to do that when hunger strike. It can fit a 12″ pizza and comes with a Broiling Pan and Crisper Tray (that’s dishwasher safe)…I’m literally loving it in my everyday use.

I’m also loving it for one particular reason and that is its size. It’s perfect for my countertop or even my kitchen table (when no counter space is available).So, after trying a couple of frozen pizza and reheating takeaway pizza (which comes out all crisp, bubbly and hot in 10 minutes), it was time to make our favorite Ricotta Spinach and Corn Empanadas!!

 

For the full feature, visit the blog Easy Cooking with Molly

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Superheated Steam Countertop Oven

The Sharp(R) Superheated Steam Countertop Oven is the start of a cooking revolution. The innovation is simply that steam can be hotter, cook better, and promote healthy living. The combination of superheated steam and conventional, radiant heat in all cooking modes means that your food will be crispy and browned on the outside, moist and delicious on the inside.

The Sharp(R) Superheated Steam Countertop Oven is a powerful, low-profile, pizzeria-style oven. Roomy enough for a 12″ pizza or 9 slices of toast, the included Broiling Pan and Crisper Tray (12.5″x12.5″) give you more cooking area than a standard quarter-size sheet pan.

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