Thermador Pro Grand Ranges – Cooking TipsBy Larissa Taboryski on Oct 17th,2015
The Thermador Pro Grand Series of Ranges available in both Dual Fuel and All-Gas offer a stunning array of tools to cook with, from powerful high heat Star burners with the XLO Simmer, to a PTFE/PFOA -free Grill and Griddle as well as two Self-Cleaning Convection ovens with built-in timers and an oven Meat Probe. Additional design features include full-extension telescopic oven racks, soft closing doors and an elegant LED panel lighting.
Once you have chosen the model with your preferred cooking tools you will be anxious to get cooking but to get in tune with your range it’s advisable to take the time to understand the various Oven Cooking Modes and to get a sense of how to work with the powerful gas burners. For most people, Convection is still the mystery feature of oven cooking but there are many benefits to cooking with Convection and following these simple tips will ensure success.Always reduce recipe temperatures by 25 degrees when baking in a Convection Mode For best results use the rack positions recommended in the Thermador User Guide Roast large cuts of meat on a rack in a shallow pan to allow the heat to evenly circulate around the food and use the oven meat probe to avoid overcooking as large roasts 7lbs and over will cook much faster in Convection.
When it comes to cooking with the powerful Star Burners unless you are boiling water it best to heat the pan over moderate heat before adding the oil then increasing the heat as you place the food in the pan and remember it’s best to turn on overhead ventilation before you begin cooking. Whether cooking a simple meal or orchestrating a large feast the Thermador Pro Grand Ranges provide amazing tools to cook with, once you are in tune with the tools you will quickly learn how to adapt them to your style of cooking to effortlessly create fabulous meals.