Use Panasonic’s Countertop Induction Oven To Grill, Bake, And Broil In 20 Minutes Or Less


Induction stoves aren’t new – they’ve been around for a bit. Problem is, the current crop of induction stoves measure about the same size as a traditional stove, making it unsuitable for small homes with similarly small kitchens. The Panasonic Countertop Induction Oven changes that.

Taking on the same dimensions as a microwave, Panasonic’s new oven is small enough to find space for in kitchen counters and shelves, making it a whole lot easier to integrate into already-crowded kitchens. Even better, it does that while providing the same high-speed heating function as induction cooktops, making for one handy oven that can do more than reheat leftovers from the fridge.

A nonstick induction plate at the bottom of the Panasonic Countertop Induction Oven allows you to set down food items for cooking, with an infrared boiler on top providing additional heat to speed up the cooking process. According to the company, that combination allows you to cook chicken breasts in as little as 20 minutes, making for a highly convenient appliance that lets you make family meals in very little time. Even better, that combination supposedly cooks food in a more flavorful way, making them crispy on the outside and tender on the inside.

It can be used for grilling, baking, toasting, broiling, and reheating, with preprogrammed settings for specific food items, including meats, vegetables, pizza, fish, toast, and more. Different heating zones allow you to cook both meats and veggies at the same time for the exact same duration without overcooking the latter.

No pricing has been announced, but the Panasonic Countertop Induction Oven will come out in October.

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  1. Michael

    I first seen an induction cooker on an Infomercial. I wanted it but was leery of how well it would actually work. The Panasonic Countertop Induction Oven has allayed my fears. This cna cook food fast. Panasonic Countertop Induction Oven is also very versatile I can cook anything from fish to pizza with it.

    An induction cooker is a new concept for may people. A regular stove will use thermal conduction which is often an electric heating element or a flame. An induction oven has wiring embedded in it and an electrical current is passed through the wiring which will magnetize the pot. This process causes heat that can be much higher, much faster, and more accurate than a traditional thermal based oven.

    As with all types of ovens, there are good induction ovens like the Panasonic Countertop Induction Oven and then poorly built ones which dont generate or transfer heat efficiently.

    I am surprised induction ovens are not more popular as the history of them has been here for well over a 100 years. In the 1950’s it looked like induction ovens would become more popular when Frigidaire was demonstrating a new induction oven design to the Country, but alas, it burned out. Hopefully the popularity of induction ovens will grow and that in return will also cause the prices to drop across the board.


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