HotLogic Mini Portable Oven Review
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The HotLogic Mini Portable Oven is revolutionizing how and where we heat up our food. The small electric oven can be used just about anywhere: the office, camping, and even in your car! The HotLogic is great for heating up leftovers, frozen food, and even cooking up new meals from scratch.
The oven is composed of an insulated tote with aluminum lining that retains heat. It has a heating platform on the bottom that brings the tote up to temperature. It can hold dishes as large as 8.75"W x 6.75"L x 2.5"H. This is a great size for a personal lunch, side dishes, and frozen meals. You can use pretty much any container in the oven as long as it made from metal, plastic, glass, cardboard, or ceramic. I personally loved using a 6-cup Pyrex rectangular dish because it fits perfectly and works well for heating up food. I also love that you can heat up multiple small containers at the same time; this is ideal for warming your leftovers for lunch or dinner.
The oven works by slowing heating up your food over a long period of time, similar to a slow cooker. It is best to start it early in the day for eating a hot lunch, or a couple hours before dinner. I love getting to the office, plugging it in, and eating around noon. My co-workers also love it because it keeps any food smells well insulated within the container and lining of the tote.
This appliance is extremely easy to use. There are literally no buttons, just a plug. The oven never reaches temperatures over 215 degrees F which is why food gets hot, but never burns. Because it heats slowly and never gets too hot, you don't have to worry about food overcooking or burning. You can leave it plugged in all day and your food will stay hot and ready for you to enjoy it.
The HotLogic website includes different recipes you can actually cook right in the HotLogic! The temperature does stay low so you can't boil food, but if it is an item that does well with slow cooking, then it will be perfect to make in the HotLogic. I use the oven more for reheating, but you can get creative with different HotLogic meals.
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