Cook The Perfect Holiday Turkey in Wolf’s Steam Convection Oven


Want your turkey to come out fabulous with zero effort!  Enlist the help of a steam oven. All you have to do is choose a cooking mode using steam and/or convection that’s ideal for your dish, and the oven automatically adjusts everything to perfection whether it be for bread, roasts, or even a beautiful turkey like this one I made. Short of salt and a dab of herbs, I didn’t need to do anything to the turkey. This took me 5 minutes, and the oven did the rest:

1) I set the mode for steam convection

2) I set the temperature to 325 degrees

3) I plugged in the probe into the side of the unit and stuck it in the turkey thigh.

4) I set the probe temperature to 164 degrees

5) I walked away and the unit beeped when the turkey was done precisely at 164 degrees and browned to perfection in half the time — 90 minutes instead of 3 hours.

Have left overs? No problem. Reheating the leftover turkey with the steam reheat function made the meat as juicy as day one. If you’re in the market for a smart oven, you will love the Wolf Convection Steam oven.

This Thanksgiving, may we all focus on the amazing gifts that are right in front of us … many in our own kitchens.


Wishing you a Blessed and Most Happy Holiday Season!

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