How to Bake in an RV Oven
Lucky for me I figured out rather quickly that I could still bake cookies, biscuits, cheesecake and more, as good, if not better than I had in the past. The first thing I discovered was I needed to add baking tiles to the bottom of the oven. The tiles would help distribute the heat better which would provide more even cooking. Second, I added an oven thermometer to monitor the temperature because it didn’t seem like the oven was heating to the desired temperature. A thermometer also lets you know when the temperature is actually at the degrees you want as there is no button to tell you you have reached the correct temperature. Once I added the thermometer, I discovered my oven was off by 25 degrees, which meant if I wanted the oven to be 350 degrees, then I had to put the dial on 375 degrees.
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Below are some of the items I use in my RV kitchen and recommend to others.
Please check out my RECIPE TAB for some great recipes that I have cooked in my oven.
Feel free to share in the comments below any secrets you have to cooking in your RV Kitchen.