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Old 12-09-2015, 01:02 PM   #29
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Originally Posted by wa8yxm View Post
Assuming this is a regular (Propane powered) RV oven and not one of the modern "Convection" types

#1 complaint about RV ovens is: The cookies do not bake properly.\\
#1 cure is a pizza stone, or an unglazed clay tile placed on the very bottom of the oven (the metal floor just above the burner)
The OP said this is a 15 year old convection microwave oven, not the propane type.

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Old 12-09-2015, 08:35 PM   #30
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***A little secret***We have the Sharp Micro/Convection with the two round metal racks. I bought a couple extra of the "Grill Mats", those black mats you put on your BBQ. I cut them into a round shape so that they were just slightly bigger than the round racks. I place the "Grill Mats" onto the round racks and the cookies atop the mats. They cook great, get great circulation and I use both racks at the same time. When done, just rinse them off.

I also use the "Grill Mats" for convection cooking chicken and steak. It works great and the meat comes out more tender then I can do on the BBQ.

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