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Portable toaster oven, anyone?

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Portable toaster oven, anyone?

Unread postby Scottyboy_33 » Fri Nov 15, 2019 5:11 pm

Hola,

I have no built-in oven on my Silverton 330 SB, so I generally use a small Black and Decker toaster/convection oven, which also bakes, broils, etc. It sits on the counter top and comes in handy for steaks (pan-sear, then bake), chicken (just bake or broil) and other assorted meats. How does everyone cook their meats aboard, when not grilling outside? Is there some other (better) alternative to the oven I mentioned above, if you aren't in the mood to grill outside? I saw a post about slow cooking and pressure cooking -- curious if I am missing some OTHER secret cooking methods inside the boat. Gracias.

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Re: Portable toaster oven, anyone?

Unread postby tex » Sat Nov 16, 2019 7:09 am

My preference on the boat is a slow cooker, crockpot...what have you, that we just slice & dice various meats and veges and let cook all morning and into the afternoon before serving at dinner. Always tender. For something more urgent, typically get out the pressure cooker.
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Re: Portable toaster oven, anyone?

Unread postby scallywag » Sun Nov 17, 2019 3:34 pm

At dock I have a electric stove top. Underway, we have a 120v microwave and a toaster. We have a 12v crock pot basically for heating foods.

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