Compact in size but mighty in power, the Mini Smart Oven with Element IQ from Breville truly fits in the smallest spaces. If your kitchen is more galley-sized than roomy, you can still bake many things that typically go in full-sized models. IQ technology utilizes four quartz heating elements that work together in adjusting and distributing heat to meet the demands of different foods. You can ramp 1800 watts of power up for toasting bread slices on both sides, and at the lower 1500 watt radiating range, you can produce succulent dishes that require longer cooking times. The Breville Mini with its .45 cubic foot capacity features a top rack position for broiling and a middle rack slot for toasting breads of all types, making pizza and baking cookies. On the bottom rack, you can roast such items as Cornish hens and reheat casseroles. Controls and a digital display at the side include eight presets for common tasks, and you can always customize settings for personal recipes. Breville also understands the space limitations of apartment kitchens by building in a crumb tray that removes at the front rather than the back. A larger handle on the oven door also acts as a prop on counters that allows you to pull out trays or dishes to check for doneness without having to find space for trivets. Sleek on the outside with powder-coated stainless steel construction, the interior is nonstick for easy cleanup. Like its larger counterparts, the Breville Mini Smart Oven offers a host of features that individuals, couples and families need on a daily basis. Fast to heat when you get in a rush, it also features a safety shutoff switch and an alert that sounds when preprogrammed times are complete.
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