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KitchenAid Microwaves

KitchenAid Microwaves

While you may associate this kitchen appliance specialist with their ever-popular stand mixer, KitchenAid brings a new level of style and function to the classic microwave. Instead of just "heating up" food, these next-gen devices find new ways to make your meals even better, whether you're reheating leftovers or whipping up a mug cake. And no matter your kitchen's structure or style, you'll be able to find a KitchenAid microwave that fits both literally and stylistically. Countertop microwaves are easy to access but take up valuable real estate on islands and counters. To solve this issue, they've invested in over-the-range versions, microwave-combination ovens that fit in the wall, and built-in models. That means small kitchens, large kitchens, and even weirdly-structured kitchens can all be equipped with KitchenAid microwaves.

KitchenAid Microwaves: The Science of Cooking

Using these micro-blasters has always been a different beast than working with traditional cooking methods. If you've ever spent an afternoon opening and closing the microwave door only to add another 30 seconds (over and over again), you know that using one of these isn't always easy. That's why so many KitchenAid microwaves come with sensor cooking features. Sensor cooking takes the guesswork out of microwaving. These sensors automatically check on the "doneness" of your food, adjusting cooking power and times to ensure your food comes out at just the right temperature—and with no "too hot" or "too cold" spots. Hoping to bring even more functionality to your kitchen? Look for a model with convection cooking. These devices have a mode that functions almost like an oven, with a convection fan pushing hot air around your foods to heat them differently. Roast chickens, bake cookies, and roast veggies all in the same device. These KitchenAid microwaves are especially useful for chefs, party hosts, and those who often find their ovens full. And they're worth their weight in gold on holidays that require every oven to work double-time all day.

KitchenAid Microwaves: The Style of Cooking

While KitchenAid microwaves are breaking new ground in cooking technology, they're also designed to look fantastic in the modern kitchen. Buffed stainless steel and ultra-dark black glass bring a contemporary look to any space, while easy-to-read displays add function to form. And while stainless steel coordinates well with nearly any paint color or wood finish, black and white devices are coming back on-trend. For modern minimalist and brightly-painted rooms, consider creating an all-white appliance spread and matching a white refrigerator to other devices. No matter what your vision for your home is, find the appliances that will help you maximize your style and functionality.

Microwave Support

If you're still not sure what kind of micro-blaster is for you, check out our Microwave Buying Guide. Here, our experts break down what makes a great device, things to consider, and the core differences between each kind. If you're in search of more personalized help, give us a call at 800-860-3577. We've got the expertise and experience to help you find the best device for your unique home. Once you've found the one for you, you'll want to ensure it lasts as long as possible, and that involves proper maintenance. Check out our guide on How To Clean A Microwave to learn how to keep yours running smoothly. Our team will help service any local appliance throughout its lifespan.

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