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Steam ovens are the fast, modern way to cook healthy meals and side dishes. They may be relative newcomers to the appliance world, but they're taking off as a popular kitchen addition, and they've earned their reputation. Not only does a steam oven save you time and effort, but it also preserves food's moisture, nutrients, and flavor.
If you're planning to renovate your kitchen or replace an existing oven, a steam oven is an easy upgrade. It fits into the same niche as a traditional wall oven while giving you many more cooking possibilities, and stacks easily with other 24-inch-wide appliances like a second oven or built-in coffee maker.
After serving hundreds of thousands of customers, we've found that people who're interested in steam ovens want one that's versatile and dependable. All of the models we reviewed below fit these criteria.
Miele does offer one legacy steam only model, the $2,600 DG6500 / DG6600, but we think it makes more sense to install a combination oven. That way, you'll get more value and versatility from your investment.
Sous Vide cooking: Miele combi-steam ovens are great for sous-vide cooking, which requires low and even temperatures for an extended period of time. Along with the EVS6114 24-inch vacuum seal drawer, this cooking mode makes it easy for home chefs to experiment with sous-vide techniques.
Thermador made major changes to the design and performance of its steam ovens back in September 2018. Its latest models with their large 2.8 cu. ft. cavity (in single ovens) are perfect for people who love to cook.
Design wise, you can install one fully flush with your cabinets, giving you a seamless kitchen design. Thermador made that change in response to feedback from designers; you couldn't get a flush install with the previous versions of its steam ovens. Now that's no problem.
Wolf is famous for its signature ranges with iconic red knobs. These distinctive stoves equip high-end kitchens around the world. (We've heard them described as the Birkin bags ofthe appliance world.) In addition to ranges, Wolf also makes some of the best wall ovens, including a wide array of convection steam ovens.
Wolf's Gourmet Mode flattens the learning curve for new steam oven users. Simply select the type of food you want to cook, and the oven will automatically detect its volume, shape, and consistency using a climate sensor that'll then adjust the cook time, temperature, and humidity for guesswork-free, delicious results. Wolf regularly publishes new recipes to help you make the most of your appliance.
Sous Vide CookingAll Wolf steam ovens are equipped for sous-vide cooking. Wolf also recently introduced a vacuum seal drawer VS24 to simplify the process. This drawer comes in 24- and 30-inch widths to match your oven.
A steam oven may look like a typical oven, but it cooks in a completely different way. Instead of having a heating element (the coils that glow red when you fire it up), a steam oven brings water to a boiling hot 212 degrees F, converting it into steam and filling the oven cavity with moist heat.
For example, you've probably reached into a 400 degree oven to pull out a baking sheet without yelping in pain. But you wouldn't even think about sticking your hand into a boiling hot 212 degree pot of water, right That's how hot your oven will be, too.
Today, however, many steam ovens have a convection mode and a top broiler so you can even use them to brown meat. Standard settings include steam-only mode, convection vs conventional mode, gourmet mode (i.e., preset recipes; each manufacturer tends to give this mode a branded name, such as Master Chef by Miele). Just to show you how versatile this is, some of the things you can cook are:
You might be thinking, Won't my food come out soggy cooking with steam One of the drawbacks of traditional steam cooking is that you can't get crispy, browned results. Browning typically happens at temperatures over 300 degrees, and like we said earlier, s