How to preheat the oven, Elecontro® is the perfect solution for you
Preheating the oven is to raise the inside of the oven to the temperature required for baking, which not only shortens the baking time, but also makes the baked cake fluffy. How does Elecontro® help you complete the perfect preheating of the oven? First of all, the oven controller independently developed and manufactured by Elecontro® has a one-button preheating function. The NTC of the controller can achieve precise temperature control. It will stop running and emit a prompt sound. The perfect program allows you to wait safely and securely. Allows you to easily complete the preheating with one click.
Properly preheating the oven can make the food successful. The correct preheating of the oven is determined by the oven you purchased. Different power and capacity are factors that affect the preheating of the oven. Generally, you will be given a cookbook when you buy an oven, which can be set according to the temperature required by the recipe. Newer ovens usually have an indicator light that warns you when the oven is preheated. Specific steps: The first step must be to plug in the power supply; the second step, turn on the switch controller of the oven, and check whether the temperature control light is on. Third step：Wait 5-10 minutes to see if the light is off. If it is off, it means that the required temperature has been reached; the fourth step, put the food that needs to be baked in. Note: Do not let the oven preheat for too long, otherwise it will affect the service life of the oven. Let's take a look at how the oven works. The oven uses air as the medium of conduction, and the efficiency of heat conduction is relatively low, but low has the advantage of being low, that is, the food can be heated evenly from the inside out to ensure the after-feel of the food, and there will be no partial cooked or raw. Case. So preheating is to let the inside of the oven rise to the temperature you need first. After the preheating is completed, the food goes in. The temperature in the cavity has reached the required temperature. You can understand that it is equivalent to putting a protective shell on the food. Immediately and evenly wrapped in heat, it also shortens the baking time. If it is not preheated, the temperature in the cavity is originally low, and the temperature in the cavity will be lower after the food enters. At this time, start the oven operation and let the temperature rise, which not only prolongs the baking time, but also causes damage to the food during this waiting process. Big impact: Dough becomes dry and tastes bad; doesn't heat evenly; doesn't show nice baked colors on the food surface. The correct preheating method is to empty the oven and adjust the temperature to the temperature you need for baking. For example, baking a cake needs 180°, then the preheat temperature is 180°, and the preheat time is recommended to be 5-10 minutes. Because the temperature difference of different ovens is different, this can be adjusted according to your own home, it is not a big problem.