This oven's a real looker
Sporting a premium stainless steel skin, the Frigidaire Gallery 30-Inch Electric Range looks pricey.
A five burner cooktop
The Frigidaire Gallery 30-Inch Electric Range's flat cooktop has five burners which include both quick boil and warming zone heaters.
Touch to control
Along with physical knobs the Frigidaire Gallery 30-Inch Electric Range uses a touchscreen to handle most oven tasks.
Dial it up or down
You'll find physical burner knobs on the Frigidaire Gallery 30-Inch Electric Range. Unfortunately, they are made from cheap-feeling plastic.
Premium metal handes
Both the oven handle and warmer tray handle are built from sturdy stainless steel.
A tad cramped in there
The Frigidaire Gallery 30-Inch Electric Range's oven capacity tops out at 5.5 cubic feet.
Crispy broiled burgers
Burgers broiled fast but ended up a bit dry.
Roasted veggies are better
The Frigidaire successfully roasted butternut squash as well.
This omelette's for you
Who says you can't make nice omelettes on an electric stove?
Basic chicken at a premium price
Since the Frigidaire Gallery lacks a convection mode, roasted chicken tests yielded fowl with less-than-crispy skin.
The trouble with dual rack baking
Biscuits baked on the bottom rack (right) were underdone compared with the top rack (left).