Sharp Shrinks its SuperSteam Wall Oven Down to Countertop Size
They say good things come in small packages; Sharp Home Electronics Company of America (SHCA) is out to prove the proverb right.
Two years after introducing its super-heated SuperSteam+ combination steam and convection oven, the company is back with a pint-sized variation of the original built-in wall unit.
The new Superheated Steam Countertop model (SSC0586DS) combines super-heated steam and conventional radiant heat to reach the same 485 degrees F as its predecessor.
Sharp says the intense, searing heat produces meals that are crispy and browned on the outside while remaining tender and juicy on the inside. What’s more, with its 12.5 by 12.5-inch broiling pan and crisper tray — 39 percent larger than a standard quarter-size sheet pan — and 13.8 by 4.6 by 14.1-inch cavity, the SSC0586DS is the first countertop oven capable of cooking entire sheet-pan meals and crispy 12-inch personal pizzas using superheated steam, the company noted.
Read Alan Wolf’s full article from Twice here