Cooking with a convection oven is more efficient than using a conventional oven. Because dry hot air is directed directly onto the food in a convection oven, your meals will cook approximately 25% quicker than they would in a conventional oven.
Is a convection oven better for roasting a Turkey?
The difference between the two ovens, as well as what it implies while roasting a turkey, will be clear by the end of this blog article. Compared to regular ovens, convection ovens cook the Thanksgiving turkey more rapidly (about 30% quicker) and more evenly than standard ovens.
What temperature do you cook a Turkey in a 300 oven?
A temperature range of 300-325°F is great for generating a tasty chicken that retains its moist exterior while achieving an internal temperature of 165°F, which is the optimal temperature for cooking poultry. Instead, conventional ovens are often adjusted at 350 degrees Fahrenheit when cooking turkey.
How to cook a Turkey in a fan-assisted oven?
Place an oven-safe meat thermometer in the centre of one of the bird’s thigh muscles and bake until the turkey is done. Pour 2 cups water, vegetable stock, or chicken stock into the roasting pan to keep the bird wet as it cooks, if desired. Cooking in a fan-assisted oven requires you to use more liquid than you would in a traditional oven because the liquid evaporates more quickly.