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Convection oven or not? I never dreamed of using my convection oven for roasting my turkey until Sam Sifton at the NYTimes posted this link in answer to a question:

http://bit.ly/f2MHQp

Anyone using their convection oven?

asked by phyllis almost 4 years ago
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Uruguay2010_61
added almost 4 years ago

Convection oven will give you a more even cook, but use lower temperatures and be warned that the turkey will cook more quickly, might even over brown if you are not careful.

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added almost 4 years ago

Thanks usuba dashi. Yes, convection cooks about 25% faster than a regular oven.

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AntoniaJames

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added almost 4 years ago

I only use convection, unless there is some really compelling reason not to. You do have to watch for over-browning, but that's easily solved with a foil tent.