This Electrolux is a slide-in model, which means it stands flush with surrounding countertops and does not have a back panel.
The cooktop contains four induction burners. This method of cooking uses heat from electromagnetic energy to cook food.
You use touchpad controls to adjust the burners' heat.
The oven contains two convection fans, which circulate heat for more even cooking.
The oven has 11 different cook modes.
The Perfect Turkey setting uses a combination of the convection fans and alternating heat from the top and bottom of the oven to cook a turkey quicker than traditional settings allow.
We used a defrosted, 13-pound turkey to test the Perfect Turkey setting.
The oven completely cooked the turkey in 2 hours.
The turkey's skin was crisp and golden brown. The dark meat was juicy, but the breast meat was dry.
This chart shows the average times it took to broil hamburger patties in the oven. The quicker times of the burgers across the bottom show that the broiler is hotter over this region, which could result in uneven cooking.
The pictures on the left show biscuits we baked at the same time on different racks. The biscuits in the top left picture baked on a higher rake. The pictures on the right are color representations of the brownness of the biscuits. The biscuits located toward the front of the oven browned more than the other biscuits.
When we baked on rack of biscuits, the biscuits located toward the front left of the oven got a little darker than the others.