Types of Microwave Ovens

There are many manufactures world over selling microwave oven. These machines to cook your food come in many varieties and technology rich features. Depending on your food preference, budget and cooking needs you have to chose for best. Here are types of microwave oven varieties based on technology used.

Microwave comes in many different shapes, sizes and colors. However, based on technical specifications there comes 3 variants. What are those? Here is the answer.

Microwave Ovens come in many categories. Look across any shopping website for ovens and you will found many technical words and some ordinary too well beyond understanding of common folks. To make your understanding easy, here I am sharing classification of Microwave Ovens

Types Of Microwave Ovens

Convection Type: In a convection type microwave a heating element and a fan create air flow pattern inside the oven. The steady supply of hot air makes sure that food is cooked evenly from all sides. Such types of microwave ovens are suitable for baking. Also you can get crispy food from this.

Grill Type: The grill type microwave oven works on conventional type cooking. Food get browns evenly and turns crunchier from outside but stay juicy from inside. This works same as a traditional griller. You can operate a Grill Type Microwave for a long period of up to 99 minute.

Solo Type: A Solo Type Microwave Oven is basic in nature. You can cook, bake, reheat or defrost food items. For me a Solo Type microwave is best alternate to pressure cooker when I am back from office and truly hungry or when I bring diner packet but need to reheat same. No extra utensils required so all leisure after day's long work.

What type of microwave to buy completely depends on choice and budget. If you are inviting me for lunch this Sunday please bring to home a convection type else I am happy baking bread loafs Solo.


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