The little rotisserie that could

The Wolfgang Puck Dual Convection Oven with Rotisserie & Baking Drawer makes it easy to prepare a variety of foods. The countertop appliance can be used to make everything from rotisserie chicken to frozen pizza.

No need to heat up the big oven with this countertop model at the ready.
No need to heat up the big oven with this countertop model at the ready. Amazon

The area on the kitchen counter traditionally reserved for the toaster no longer has that reservation as it has been deservedly overtaken by more-productive toaster ovens. This is to be expected as heating up a slice of pizza in an upright toaster is clearly not a good idea. What is a good idea, though, is using the same area on the counter to cook rotisserie chicken.

Of course, trying to cook rotisserie chicken in a regular toaster oven isn't a very good idea either, but luckily there is a solution. The Wolfgang Puck Dual Convection Oven with Rotisserie & Baking Drawer is an all-in-one solution for cooking a variety of items. Featuring two different cooking compartments, the 1,500-watt appliance is able to handle most baking tasks--and then some.

The upper compartment has a 0.8-cubic-foot capacity and the lower drawer can accommodate a 12-inch pizza. A host of functions ensure the ability for users to take control over whatever they may be cooking. They include: defrost, keep-warm, standard-bake, convection-bake, slow cook, roast, broil and rotisserie. Accessories are provided to assist with the desired mode and these include two baking racks, two crumb trays, one drip/baking pan, one broil pan insert, and the rotisserie set, which consists of two forks, a spit, and a removal tool.

Complete with an updated design, which features a cool-blue display and intuitive controls, the countertop not only gets an upgrade in ability, but also appearance, too. And don't worry--it still makes toast.

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