Bella Cucina Roaster Oven Recipes

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Bella Cucina Roaster Oven Recipes

Stainless steel heating element, 3/4-cubic feet, 450° F temperature control, Broil/bake/toast/convection, Cool touch handle, Adjustable thermostat, 60 minute timer stay on, 1500-watts, Bake pan and wire rack included

  • Amazon Sales Rank: #74654 in Kitchen & Housewares
  • Brand: Sensio
  • Model: 13348
  • Dimensions: 14.80″ h x 15.50″ w x 21.40″ l,
  • 1500-watt 6-slice toaster oven with 3/4-cubic-foot interior
  • Stainless-steel heating element; adaptable temperature
  • 60-minute timer; bake, broil, toast, and convection functions
  • Stainless-steel housing; cool-touch handle; bake pan and wire rack included
  • Measures 21-2/5 by 15-1/2 by 14-4/5 inches; 1-year fixed warranty
Bella Cucina Roaster Oven Recipes

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Bella Cucina Roaster Oven Recipes

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Bella Cucina Roaster Oven Recipes

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Bella Cucina Roaster Oven Recipes

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Bella Cucina Roaster Oven Recipes

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Bella Cucina Roaster Oven Recipes

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful.
4I like it!
By Michael Ferguson
Right to the point: good value for the money, works well including the convection feature, it heats quickly, build quality is adequate and it’s generously sized.

Addressing the door issue another reviewer mentioned. The door positively locks open, but needs to be opened all the way…with the handle touching the countertop…in order to latch properly. I doubt that’s going to be an issue for most people. Just make sure the counter is clear in front of the unit as it should be anyway, and use reasonable care.

The Bella Cucina replaced a much more expensive unit in my kitchen, and it seems as good or better.

10 of 12 people found the following review helpful.
1Dangerous toaster
By M. Kim
The door on this toaster over is spring loaded, so it slams shut on your hand when you try to take something out of it. My son badly burned his hand using it. The only way to avoid this is to prop it up on something so the door can open far enough to “catch” and stay open.

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful.
2“Even” Toasting? No.
By J. Pizzuto
When I moved from New York to Michigan, I decided to leave behind my old toaster over for my roommate and buy a new one for my new place. (The old one was great; it was a workhorse and dependable, but a bit dirty and just one too many things to bring with me on my trip.)

I went with this one since I got it at a steep discount. Thus far I’ve only used this to toast, not to bake or broil. So:

The good:

1.) It looks nice out of the box. Shiny!

The bad:

1.) It takes up quite a bit of space on my small counter top. My old toaster was not as deep and it fit 4 slices. This one claims to hold 6, but it really accommodates 4 more easily. I haven’t been quite able to get 6 slices in there. Hence I don’t know why it needs to be so gigantic.
2.) I read some of the other reviews on here before I bought this. Now I can tell you: the comment by the one reviewer about the (hot) oven door springing back on you is a valid one. You need to make sure you have the door all the way open before you stick your hands in. I also like to set my plate down on the door to make sure it’s not going to swing back on me, just to be safe.
3.) I remember reading somewhere about the “even” toasting of this unit. What a huge joke! I’m going to try to post a picture I took showing two slices I toasted at the same time (one in the back, one in the front). The one in the back heated up extremely quickly and became overdone. The one in the front is only glancingly browned (the part closer to the back). Shameful misrepresentation.
4.) This one really irks me. When you turn the timer to toast something, you hear a ticking sound. That’s fine, that’s not my complaint. When the cycle is complete, this is supposed to ring a bell, which is also a common feature of any toaster over. BUT…if I try to set this for, say, a minute or two, the timer never reverts back all the way to the left. The timer keeps ticking INDEFINITELY and the bell never rings. It does stop toasting at some point, but I’d be damned if I knew when that was exactly. If I can’t trust the timer, I can’t leave this thing alone. And if it ticks when it’s working as well as when it’s NOT working, this is dangerous, because I can never be sure what it’s doing. I have to really cram the dial all the way to the left to shut it off and be certain it’s off.

I’m going to keep this and try to live with it, but given the choice again, I’d go with something else.

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