Versatile and indispensable benchtop oven
Have had this oven for 6 months and it is just excellent. I bought it because it has a double-glass front door to keep in the heat and is durably built. There are four height settings. It comes with two wire racks, a deep baking tray for meat, a shallow tray for biscuits and a round pizza dish - plenty of choice for whatever you cook. I have roasted a chicken, baked casseroles and cakes. The controls to set cooking time and temperature are fairly light to handle. I use this every day to even toast bread - just turn the deep tray upside down and...put the slices on top (sure, you need to turn the bread over to toast the other side, but it does the same as a toaster). The only downside is that the aluminium body is easily tarnished, so you need to clean it every month or so.
Easy to use
So this oven does just about everything. It’s great quality, I have roasted chicken in it, baked, even made pizza. It has many functions and really easy to use. It’s also easy to clean. The only thing the newer model doesn’t do is toast. We had to buy a new toaster. The size is great too, for cooking and for just reheating. Definitely not a dud of an appliance.
Great for quick meals in a busy household!
I live in a share house with 6 other people (and a terrible oven) so I bought a De'Longhi MultiOven as a solution for the house. We didn't have space/money to buy an entirely new oven and have found this a great solution - it actually cooks better (and a lot quicker) than our existing oven especially for meals like pizza. Would highly recommend to anyone looking to create quick fuss-free meals in a busy household.
Questions & Answers
Do the bake and grill functions operate separately? Many small ovens don't, so when baking a cake the top will burn if the grill remains on. My last one, with elements that worked separately, eventually died and I can't seem to find another that operates in the same way.
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