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Bake
Bake
is cooking with dry, heated air.
Both the upper and lower elements
cycle to maintain the oven
temperature.
The Bake mode can be used to prepare a variety of food
items, from pastries to casseroles.
Refer to recipe or
package directions
for oven temperature
and baking time.
Tips
Preheat the oven if the recipe recommends
it.
Baking time will vary with the size, shape and finish of
the bakeware.
Dark metal pans or nonstick coatings
will cook faster with darker
results. Insulated bakeware
will lengthen the cook time for most foods.
For best results, bake
food
on a
single
rack
with at
least 1 to 1 1/2" space between pans or dishes and the
oven walls.
Eliminate
heat loss from the oven by using the window
to periodically
check food for doneness
instead of
opening the door.
If multiple racks are necessary, use a maximum
of 2
racks. For cookies,
use rack positions 2 and 4.
Convection
Bake
(some models)
Convection
Bake
is similar to Bake.
Heat comes from the upper and lower
heating elements. The main
difference in convection
baking is that
the heat is circulated throughout
the
oven by the convection
fan.
The Convection
Bake mode is well suited for cakes, bar
cookies and breads to take advantage
of the bottom heat,
yielding a better crust on baked items.
The benefits of Convection
Bake include:
Slight decrease
in cook time.
Greater volume
(yeast items rise higher).
Tips
Place food in shallow, uncovered
pans such as cookie
sheet without sides.
If baking more than one pan on a rack, allow at least 1"
to 1 1/2" of air space around the pan. Stagger pans so
that one is not directly above the other (see graphic
below).
For cakes use rack positions 2 and 5.
27" appliances:
30" appliances:
Convection
Multi-Rack
Multi-Rack
mode cooks with heat
from a third element
behind the back
wall of the oven. The heat is
circulated
throughout
the oven by the
convection
fan.
The Convection
Multi-rack
mode is well suited for cooking
individual serving-sized
foods such as cookies and biscuits.
It is also good for cooking on multiple racks (2 or 3) at the
same time. Baking cookies is possible on 6 racks
simultaneously.
In this case, the baking time increases
slightly.
The benefits of Multi-Rack
include:
Even browning.
Time savings as a result of using multiple racks at one
time.
Tips
Reduce recipe temperature
by 25 ° F if Auto Convection
Conversion
is not activated.
Place food in low-sided, uncovered
pans such as
cookie sheet without sides.
If baking more than one pan on a rack, allow at least 1"
to 1 1/2" of air space around the pan. Stagger pans so
that one is not directly above the other (see graphic
below).
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