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Sunday, 15 May 2011

Selamat Jalan Corelle

Tajuk macam apa je kan? Kahkahkah... Tapi, macam tu la gamaknya. Duit tabung yang aku kumpul nak beli Corelle kena korbankan beli benda lain. Tetiba pulak ketuhar antik yang satu tu 'merajuk'. Kena la beli yang baru kan. Nak minta tolong Abah hantar baiki pun, tak tahu bila. Hantar baiki sendiri, aku tak tau. Kalau beli baru, aku boleh. Hahahaha... Memang dah gedik kan berangan nak beli baru cuma tak ada sebab munasabah je kan? Sendiri tanya, sendiri jawab la ye. Tempoh hari ada juga tengok-tengok dekat Onking. Harganya masih dalam kemampuan la cuma sekarang tengah cari jenama apa yang bagus dan kalau rosak, senang nak hantar baiki. Konon-konon sebelum beli nak buat kajian sikit la kan padahal sebelum ni beli barang main redah je. Bila aku suruh Pakcik Google carikan info tentang ketuhar elektrik ni, memang dia tak mengecewakan. Terima kasih pakcik.

Rupanya, ketuhar elektrik ni ada dua jenis. Convection dan conventional. Ah sudah, Cik Farae dah pandai guna istilah. Menatang apa tuh? Meh baca sikit apa yang Pakcik Google carikan.

Convection
A convection oven uses a fan which is usually located on the back side. The purpose of the fan is to force the heated air inside and circulate it around the item being cooked. The heated air is constantly pushed over and around the food, and therefore a convection oven cooks food much faster than a conventional one.
Not only does a convection oven cook food more quickly than a conventional, but it can also thoroughly cook food at lower temperatures. The average amount of time saved when cooking with a convection oven is about 20 percent of the food's normal cooking time. The temperature a it uses to cook food is also about 20 percent lower than a recipe's suggested cooking temperature.
Typically, convection ovens are known for their popularity in the restaurant industry as well as in commercial cooking facilities. However, it is becoming more popular for individuals to own convection ovens in their homes... or at least a conventional one that can switch to a convection mode upon request.
Convection ovens are speedier and more efficient than conventional, and therefore may be more expensive. However, professional chefs from around the world swear by them and rely on them for delicious tasting food. Also, since the air circulation in a convention oven is the same throughout, food will cook at the same rate no matter where it is placed in the oven... on the top or bottom rack or near the front or back.

Conventional
Traditionally, most personal residences in the United States come equipped with a modern conventional ovens. These are the most common type, and are used every day by men and women to cook all sorts of meals, desserts, breads, and many other types of food.
Conventional ovens are similar to convection ones in that they both cook food using heat. They both have the ability to use either gas or electricity, depending on the hook-up in a home. Some may have the versatility to use either gas or electricity simply depending on what is plugged in to them, and some are made to be either gas specific or electricity specific.
The most obvious difference between conventional and convection is the fact that in conventional, air is not forced throughout the oven on a constant basis with the aid of a fan, as it is in convection.
In a conventional oven, the heat circulation in the oven can become blocked by pots and pans inside of the oven. The blocking of the heat can cause uneven cooking. Uneven cooking is especially noticeable when both the bottom and top racks in the oven are being used at the same time. The items on top will cook faster because heat rises to the tops of conventional ovens and when there is a lot in the oven, the heat gets trapped there.
There are pros and cons to both conventional and convection ovens. Conventional ovens have been serving people for years and years and food has been cooked successfully in them for many decades. Convection ovens have many followers and fans, but these types of ovens can be hard to get used to... especially for novice cooks.

Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/190510

Ada faham? Maka kenalah tunggu beberapa ketika lagi sebelum tabung penuh dan boleh pergi Onking beli oven baru. Hiks...

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