Which microwave oven should I buy for pizza?
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OVENSHOULD IBUY FORPIZZA?
Pizza is a classic dish, invented by an Italian genius. You rarely seeanyone dislike pizza because as we know it, pizza is every man andwoman’s best friend! They might not eat it because of its calories, forthose who actually care, however, not liking the taste of the cheesyheaven is inevitable. Are they even human?
Pizza is both healthy and unhealthy. Healthy pizzas consist of mostlyvegetables and chicken whereas unhealthy pizzas have red meat andof course the calorie count is above the bar. Bear in mind eatingexcessively is unhealthy regardless of the type of pizza.
Making pizza at home is a piece of cake, no rocket science. So you’reinterested in buying a Microwave oven for a pizza? It’s an easieralternative to a traditional oven which could take you around 20 to30 minutes but the results for both are how you’d expect them to be.We have listed down some of our top pick microwave ovens toachieve the perfect homemade piping hot pizza.
Cuisinart CMW-200If you into baking and grilling, this is the one for you. It can even heatyour food like any other regular microwave. It comes with presets fordifferent types of cooking styles along with a convection grill as wellas 8 cooking modes. It defrosts by weight and sets the time itself.
However, on the downside, it has low durability and makes noisewhile heating which can be annoying. The price tag for thismicrowave oven is about £200, which is lower than a regular combioven for sale.
Panasonic Microwave Oven NN-SN966S
If you are looking for something that can get you a relatively lowelectricity bill, the Panasonic Microwave Oven NN-SN966S is theanswer! It has built-in inverter technology which uses less electricity.
Panasonic Microwave Oven NN-SN966S It also saves up more bills being a microwave when it has to andbeing an oven when it has to. The other features include turbodefrost, child lock, quick minute timer, large capacity, 14 presetoptions and can keep your food warm till you serve it. It is also largeenough to fit two pizzas easily.
The con here is the loud beep disturbing noise it makes whenpressing a button and it's not that durable. This is a little bit cheaperthan the previous one being £165.
Toshiba EM131A5C-SSThis microwave oven saves 50% of your energy. It has a built-insensor that detects the amount of humidity and heating in the cabinthus adjusts the heat accordingly. If you press a specific button 3 to 5times this can shut its noise off. Features include a beep mute optionand 6 different cooking presets for pizza, vegetables, etc.
This microwave oven, however, takes a while to heat up and evenmakes noise while running. The durability of it is questionable as wellbut it costs about £90 which is better than some microwave ovens.
Which is better?Picking the best is close to impossible since everyone has their owntastes and choices. But if you were to pick, then the three mentionedabove are a bangger!