How does convection microwave cooking differ from traditional microwave cooking?

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A convection microwave is a microwave that not only reheats food, but can also cook the food completely. Traditional microwaves just heat the inside of the food up. A convection oven cooks both the inside and the outside of the food due to forced air movement. This heats the entire microwave up. Traditional microwaves heat the middle of the food too quickly, so the remainder of the food goes uncooked. Convection microwave cooking is faster than using a traditional oven because it heats faster and does not take as long to heat the food clear through.
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How to Cook in a Convection Microwave
If you're in the market for a new microwave or oven, a convection microwave can be an excellent and efficient choice. Convection microwaves are more expensive than regular microwaves, but they are more affordable than many traditional ovens, and they... More »
Difficulty: Moderately Easy
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