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Do you put water in the bottom of a roaster oven?

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When it comes to adding water to a roaster oven, different roaster oven models have different requirements. Some manufacturers provide a removable roasting pan where liquids, including water, broth or wine, can be added. Other brands are designed to cook more efficiently without adding water.

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Do you put water in the bottom of a roaster oven?
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For roaster ovens that feature a buffet tray, add 5 to 6 quarts of water, and preheat the oven at 350 F until it is very hot. Place food in the serving dishes inside the roaster oven, and lower the temperature to 250 F to keep food warm and moist. Check the water level hourly, and add more hot water as needed.


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