Our chefs spent months devising the Heat button, which is basically magic. It uses a mix of dry and wet heat, and is great for heating up most anything. And it also does the job more quickly than a conventional oven!
- The Heat setting switches between Broil, Steam and Convection Bake.
- It can heat up anything from uncooked and frozen food to leftovers without drying them out.
- It's a quick and efficient way to cook food from scratch.
Use the control knob to adjust heating time
- Use the control knob to adjust the amount of time you want your food to cook, and then press it in to start cooking.
What's the best way to use it?
- If you’re heating up a full plate of food, try 9:15.
- Adjust your time up or down from there based on the size of your dish.
- Try starting with 15 minutes if you’re heating up a full plate of food from frozen.
What is the Heat button actually doing?
- The default cook cycle is 9 minutes and 15 seconds.
- This cook cycle is composed of:
- Broil at 450°F for 1:30
- Steam at 450°F for 1:15
- Bake at 400°F for 5:00
- Broil at 475°F for 1:30
- For cycles shorter than 9:15, it reduces the times for each cooking method proportionally.
- For cycles longer than 9:15, only the Bake time is increased.