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Do professional bakers use convection ovens?
Convection ovens are one of the most common pieces of commercial bakery equipment. They do a great job of quickly and evenly baking a variety of products, from bread loaves to cookies to cakes, pies, and brownies.
When should you not use a convection oven?
In American baked goods, convection should never be used unless a recipe specifically calls for it. In a home oven, the hot, dry air accelerates crust formation in cakes, cookies, and biscuits which is generally counterproductive to desired rise.
Can you bake cupcakes in a convection oven?
Drop the oven temp 25 degrees lower than the recipe calls for. The cupcakes cook more evenly. I typically bake everything on convection, however America’s Test Kitchen just suggested not to use the convection for cakes/cupcakes as they indicated that it dries them out.
Do chefs prefer convection ovens?
A lot of professional chefs use convection ovens for the even way they cook food, but also because they reduce cook times by up to 25 percent, which is quite a time saver. Another bonus is that the fans can often be turned off on convection ovens so they can be used like a conventional oven if desired.
What mode should be used for baking?
Convection mode : This is the mode used for baking where you need the low metal rack to place your baking tray on. In this mode your microwave works just as an OTG works.
Besides the other reasons (the oven is too hot or the cake has been there too long) you are using the wrong pan. Some pans, especially darker ones, will give off more heat to the batter and will burn the bottom and edges of the cake. Cheap cake pans made of thinner metal also tend to burn.