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Combo Steam + Convection Oven
Model # CSO-300C
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The Steam Oven is truly a unique oven that incorporates all the functions of a professional steam oven in a countertop footprint. It’s a countertop convection oven with full steaming capability. Steam heat cuts cooking time up to 40%*! Choose from 9 single and combination functions. Steam or poach any type of vegetable, fish, poultry or rice… or use steam in combination with both Broil or Bake functions to create roasts that are beautifully browned on the outside, yet moist and juicy on the inside. Special settings allow you to proof breads, rolls – even homemade pretzels and donuts. Bake them faster, with bakery-quality results.

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Product Features:
  • 0.6 Cubic Ft. Capacity
  • Cooks food fast (up to 40% faster than conventional ovens)
  • Food retains valuable nutrients, vitamins and minerals as well as moisture and freshness
  • Electronic Controls with LCD Display
  • Functions Include:
    Bread
    Bake Convection or Bake Steam
    Broil or Broil Steam
    Steam or Super Steam
    Keep Warm
  • Viewable Water Reservoir
  • Limited 3-Year Warranty

  • *than a conventional oven

 



 

I want to steam my bagel dough before baking, omitting the boiling, but can't find directions anywhere on line. Can this be done?

Asked by: willi
Dear willi, Thank you for reaching out to us. Yes, you can use just "Steam" function for that purpose. Cheers! -Cuisinart Canada
Answered by: Woodbridge
Date published: 2016-03-08

How do I bake bread without the steam?

Asked by: Matt72
Dear Matt72, Thank you for reaching out to us. Please use "Convection Bake" feature for bread. Cheers! -Cuisinart Canada
Answered by: Woodbridge
Date published: 2016-02-16

Hi, Is it safe to keep this oven  on Granite kitchen counter top and under the wooden kitchen cabinets ? Please advise. thanks ! 

Asked by: Bubi
Dear Bubi, Thank you for reaching out to us. Please see below note about use of this product. Yes, you can use it on Granite counter top and under kitchen cabinets with proper clearance. Before using your Cuisinart® Combo Steam + Convection Oven, make sure it is two to four inches (5 cm -10 cm) away from the wall or from any items on the countertop. Do not use on heat-sensitive surfaces. DO NOT STORE ITEMS ON TOP OF THE OVEN. IF YOU DO, REMOVE THEM BEFORE YOU TURN YOUR OVEN ON. THE EXTERIOR WALLS GET VERY HOT WHEN IN USE. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN. Sincerely, -Cuisinart Canada
Answered by: Woodbridge
Date published: 2016-02-04

How do I cook frozen french fries?

Asked by: Patricia101
Dear Patricia, Thank you for reaching out to us. It is recommended you thaw the french fries before baking. You can then use convection feature to bake them and monitor for crispiness to your liking. Sincerely, -Cuisinart Canada
Answered by: Woodbridge
Date published: 2016-02-04

During the baking mode, should there be loud intermittent clicking with the green and blue lights flashing? It appears that the food cooks, however the sound is quite loud. Thanks

Asked by: Clark
Dear Clark, Thank you for reaching out to us. If you are baking on convection mode then you will hear noise when fan is running and the clicking noise could be of elements. Please call our toll free number 1-800-472-7606 to speak to one of our Customer Service Representatives for further support. Sincerely, -Cuisinart Canada
Answered by: Woodbridge
Date published: 2016-01-12

I bought a CSO 300C two years ago, but now the upper middle element rod is not functioning, is this parts still under warreanty ? or is there any way to repair it ?

Asked by: Jimmy
Dear Jimmy, Thank you for reaching out to us. The product comes with a three years of warranty. Please call our toll free number 1-800-472-7606 to speak to one of our Customer Service Representative for further assistance. Cheers! -Cuisinart Canada
Answered by: Woodbridge
Date published: 2016-01-12

Does it toast evenly on both sides or does the toast have to be turned half way through?

Asked by: istymay
Dear istymay, Thank you for reaching out to us. You do not need to flip the toast when selecting toast function and use middle rack position for toast function. Cheers! -Cuisinart Canada
Answered by: Woodbridge
Date published: 2016-01-12

What is the difference between the CSO-300C and the CSO-300NC?

Asked by: Gavin
Dear Gavin, Thank you for reaching out to us. The CSO-300NC is newer version of CSO-300C with Steam Clean feature. Cheers! -Cuisinart Canada
Answered by: Woodbridge
Date published: 2016-01-12
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