Cuisinart’s Convection Steam oven is a great combination of a convection oven with the added Steaming function. What Steam does is cut your cook time by up to 40%! This type of oven allows you to create delicious and healthy meals in a very simple way. The Cuisinart Convection Steam Oven is available in two models: CSO-300N and CSO-300. In this post, we’re going to look at the features of this oven as well as the difference between these models.
Features of the Cuisinart Convection Steam Oven:
- Countertop convectional oven with full steaming capability.
- Accommodates 4 pounds chicken, 6 slices of toast, or a 12″ pizza.
- Gives you 120 minutes of uninterrupted steaming.
- Cuts cooking time by up to 40%
- Bread Proofing technology, bakes and proofs bread better and faster.
- Choose from 4 steam functions, steam bake, steam broil, basic steam, and super steam settings.
- Choose from 9 cooking functions. Use a single function or combine more than one.
- LCD display and rotate knob allows your to easily program and start your oven.
What Is The Difference Between Cuisinart CSO-300N vs. CSO-300?
- The Cuisinart CSO-300N is the newer version of the CSO-300.
- There’s only one upgraded version in the CSO-300N, that is Steam Clean.
- The Steam Clean function allows to press a button that will steam the interior of the oven to clean it. It will melt out any build up of grease then you can just simply wipe away.
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