At first glance the Kitchenaid KDRS407 looks like a tank.
It has a commercial feel design that makes this duel fuel 30 inch wide oven.
Feel very industrial and like it's gonna be a powerhouse.
Unfortunately, its cook times don't quite live up.
In fact, when you take a look at how long it took to broil burgers and boil water in this KitchenAid, the times were about average as compared with other ranges that I've tested.
But what makes this oven really stand out is its cooking result.
The convection roast feature on this oven is brilliant.
Not only did I not have to preheat the oven, but in less than an hour I had a chicken with beautiful, golden skin.
And moist meat that was some of the best we've ever tried here.
This Kitchen Aide is also really easy to use.
The burner knobs are really big and substantial and easy to handle while the touch screen controls tell you a lot of information and walk you through how to use each feature.
From its easy convection convert feature To just setting cook times for your meal.
So despite some just average cook times, this oven would be a good addition to your home if you have the money for it.
This range costs $4,649 which ain't cheap.
But if you're looking for a range that will cook food beautifully at pretty decent cook times, this is one to go for.
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