Panasonic aims to change the face Of cooking with countertop induction oven

Panasonic aims to change the face Of cooking with countertop induction oven

Panasonic is en route a revolutionary path where kitchens and culinary ways are concerned. With their new Countertop Induction Oven (CIO) they will change not just the way you cook but also the way the dishes turn out. Their device is so comprehensive they will gladly entice people who’ve loathed the very idea of cooking into trying their hand at making a steak. CIO is a combination of induction and double-infrared heating, taking place within a sealed cook-chamber. For people who use the kitchen only to keep things, well, this is capable of grilling, baking, toasting, and re-heating.

Like other dated appliances this one needs no pre-heating time, in fact Panasonic says it gets going faster, too, with practically no preheating time required. In addition to this its multiple meal options allows chefs to make more than one thing at a time like a combination of meat and vegetables. You can imagine how much time that will save you too. Panasonic will be pitching the CIO as a healthier way to cook when the oven launches in October this year. Let’s wait and watch this space for other updates.

[ Via : Slashgear ]