"A fully cooked turkey is two hours away with this Electrolux range"
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A fully cooked turkey is two hours away with this Electrolux range
There are a lot of features I could talk about with this Electrolux Induction Range, well let's focus on the most outstanding one, the perfect turkey button.
So this cooking mode alleges that all you need to do is plug in a temperature probe into your turkey of choice, press the button And the oven will do the rest for you.
I was surprised that it actually does what it promises.
Now the turkey wasn't quite perfect, but a 13 pound bird cooked in just two hours Thanksgivings are gonna be different if you decide to take this Electrolux home.
And it's not an oven that can only be used just once a year.
There's some other cool features that I really like such as the induction cook top.
Which can boil a huge pot of water in just five minutes.
Thanks to the really efficient save power of induction technology.
There's also two convection fans in the oven cavity that make cooking really anything including a turkey a [UNKNOWN].
Now there are a few downside to this electrolux oven.
The oven cavity is kind of small.
And the broiler works a little too hard, which means we got a lot of charred burgers during testing.
And the cost of this unit is 3749, which is definitely gonna put this out of a lot of people's price range.
But if you really value fast cooking and want to impress folks at Thanksgiving, this Electrolux is the way to go.
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