||05-18-2011 07:54 PM
Originally Posted by acerunner
understood. All the 12" depth ones I've seen are also very shallow in the inside Something like a 0.5 cuft microwave. which is why i've come here for other ideas.
The one firehawkmph linked actually might work out ok, at 12.28" deep, 1.0cuft, 11.3" turn table (this is the critical measurement.
Not shared is that you need vent space for the thing if you can going to hope to hide it in a cabinet. Or you will burn it up in near seconds. And the plug for it is going to be at least an inch long? Which brings you to the suggestion of at least a 15" cabinet depth?
In the restaurant industry they are know as Salamanders. They are small and sit handy so when some fool comes in and claims is $20 piece of fillet mignon is not done well, or his salmon does not taste like sawdust? The order gets 500 degrees, the plate is redone, and hopefully the customer is happy. You might be able to chat with a restaurant place about one of these to fit into 12" inches but you couldn't own one with the BTUs without substantial improvements to your residential kitchen fireproofing.
Learn to live without a microwave. I can cook anything, better tasting in the same time. Of course they are nice for heating up oversalted and over fatted convenience meals. And they do work well for popcorn.
The oven you have in mind is not going to allow most frozen meal platters to spin around. Or even popcorn bags for that matter.