Why LG SolarDOM NeoChef Is Better Than Your Regular Microwave

By Soko Directory Team / Published May 24, 2021 | 8:09 am




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The LG SolarDOM NeoChef is a good example of such an oven. It is a multi-functional countertop microwave that is way better than your regular microwave.




Microwave technology, over the years, has become an integral part of our lives. These days, anyone with an instantaneous indulgence utilizes a countertop microwave to quickly prepare a tasty and healthy meal cooked efficiently in the shortest time possible. However, with their various capacities, choosing the right one is often a daunting task.

There are several types of microwave ovens available on the market today. Far from the conventional microwave ovens, others include Grill Microwave Ovens, Convection Microwave Ovens, and Oven Toaster Grills (OTG). While the basic function of owning a microwave is mainly to reheat food that may have gone cold, others such as a convection microwave oven can do a lot more.

The LG SolarDOM NeoChef is a good example of such an oven. It is a multi-functional countertop microwave that is way better than your regular microwave.

Apart from using energy from radio-frequency waves (or ‘micro’ waves) to heat your food, it goes a step further by adopting a combination cooking mode where uses convection and microwave cooking simultaneously as well as the grill to speed up cooking and give amazing results including steaming and baking. But how is it different from other convection ovens?

Beautiful and Practical Design

Well, for one, it comes with a sleek and intuitive design and color that looks beautiful in the kitchen. With a drop-down door, you can enjoy the convenience of loading food into the oven and use it as a resting surface once the food is done awaiting service. The Smart LED display and controls above the drop-down door are perfectly positioned at eye level to make program adjustments as well as provide a clear view of the time remaining for your food to finish cooking, among other functions.

Up and Under Heat

The LG SolarDom NeoChef comes with two heating elements, one at the top and another one at the bottom. This means that whether you are baking pies or pizzas, or are looking to grill chicken or steam your vegetables, your dishes will be unprecedently prepared quickly and to perfection.

Charcoal Heating Element

This LG kitchen appliance uses a charcoal element to heat your food. The feature causes heat rays to penetrate deep into the grill ensuring that your meat, for instance, has a perfectly crushed outside and a soft and juicy inside – just like when grilling on charcoal. The charcoal heating mode saves you time and energy up to 30 percent faster and 40 percent more economical than with a normal oven.

Round Inside

Unlike other microwaves, the LG SolarDOM NeoChef oven comes with a round stainless-steel cavity. This intuitive design ensures that your bowls or cooking dishes impeccably fit in the cavity for even heating. After all, most of these trays are round, which makes this feature extremely handy. The unique round insides allow heat concentration to the dish, up to 25 percent more. It also means you can easily clean the inside without corners.

When it comes to versatility, LG SolarDom NeoChef provides a lot of other functions such as grill temperature control, auto sensor cook, steam cook, healthy fry, and dial controls, and several power levels. Best of all they have been designed with practicality in mind – the smooth surface easily wipes clean. If, therefore, you are looking for a convection microwave that can cook several food recipes ranging from fresh vegetables to rice; reheating beverages to pizza; and done with a defrost function that handles meat, poultry, fish, and bread, look no further than this amazing appliance!




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