With the growing popularity of air fryers, a newer product has emerged - the HYSapientia Air Fryer Oven. But what sets it apart from a regular convection oven? Let's explore the key differences between the two.

Both air fryer ovens and convection ovens work on the principle of hot air circulation. However, convection ovens have a fan and exhaust system that helps blow hot air around the food and push it out, resulting in even and faster cooking.

When it comes to grilling, convection cooking is ideal for meats and vegetables as it produces a crispy crust and evenly charred exterior. Baking pies and pastries benefit from convective heat as it melts fat and creates steam faster, resulting in more lift in pie dough and pastries. Large quantities of cookies can be baked evenly without the need for turning them halfway through the baking process. Convection is also effective when toasting or dehydrating food, as it removes moisture quickly.

While convection ovens have been around for a while, they require the user to flip the food for even cooking. Air fryer ovens, on the other hand, feature heating tubes on the top and bottom, allowing for true convection and eliminating the need for flipping. The hot air inside the oven makes cooking more efficient, and the HYSapientia Air Fryer Oven can do the work of an oven, air fryer, and deep fryer all in one, making it an energy-efficient solution for cooking meals for 3-4 people at once.

In conclusion, the HYSapientia Air Fryer Oven is a versatile upgrade from a traditional convection oven and air fryer, offering true convection and efficient cooking. Don't underestimate its capabilities - it can help you save on your electricity bills while still delivering delicious and evenly cooked meals.