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Post Info TOPIC: Convection Cookware

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Convection Cookware

I've been living in my MH for 7 months, now; and I figure it's time to learn how to use the other half of my Advantium Profile 120. I read that you can use any kind of material to cook convection; however, my question is which will be the BEST cookware for Speedcooking.

After net research, I've kinda settled on Pyrex casserole dishes, pie plates and small bowls.  I read that it's helpful to see inside the dish while I'm learning.  I'm also going to buy some round Silicone bakeware. 

Does anyone have another preference?  Are there things that you find cook better than glass, such as thin metal?  Has anyone tried cooking convection using flat bottomed Lodge cast iron casserole pan or loaf pan?

Jerry L

2008 Country Coach 38'

Jerry L 2008 Country Coach Allure 470 38' tag towing Jeep JKU

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We use glass and silicone, no problem. Why carry extra cookware you can only use in specific cooking? You need to double up usage in an RV, storage is limited.


Bill Joyce,
40' 2004 Dutch Star DP towing an AWD 2020 Ford Escape Hybrid
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Silicone bakeware. Use it all the time in ours. Light weight, flexible for storage. Agree with Bill - everything should do at least 2 things.



Barb & Dave O'Keeffe

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