How-To-Videos - Oven

Cleaning Stainless Steel Appliances

Clean and condition your stainless steel regularly for a beautiful shine.

How to Replace an Oven Light Bulb

Learn how to properly replace an oven light bulb. Remember to always use a cloth or wear gloves when handling halogen bulbs.

How to Move the Gliding/Telescopic Rack

Learn how to move the gliding/telescopic racks easily to another position in the oven. These racks hold heavy dishes and help prevent tip-overs.

Converting Recipes for Steam Cooking

You can cook anything in the steam oven that you would normally cook in a conventional oven. Watch and learn tips for converting your favorite recipes to work with your steam oven.

Cooking Large Amounts of Food

Thermador steam convection ovens can cook large amounts of foods for your family gatherings and dinner parties. Watch our chef as he demonstrates how you can cook a large number of items at once.

Proofing and Baking Bread

Proofing and baking bread in a steam convection oven is faster than conventional methods and creates a superior crust and a light, tender crumb without the fuss of manually adding steam to the oven. Watch our chef highlight and demonstrate this feature.

Slow Cook For Medium Rare Meats

Watch our chef use the Slow Cook Mode to cook meats and steaks to a flawless medium rare in the steam convection oven. The meat becomes beautifully pink throughout with a lovely crust.

Reheating Food

Reheating food in a steam convection oven is easy and delicious. Food is rehydrated and not dried out. Leftovers look and taste as if they were just cooked.

Steam vs Steam Convection

Learn whether it's best to use steam or steam convection for your culinary creations. Both methods create delicious dishes with the right amount of moisture, whether it's the perfect crust on a sourdough bread, a juicy, well-roasted chicken, or tender yet crisp vegetables.

Two Unique Easy Cook Modes

Watch our chef cook hard-cooked eggs and clams/mussels/oysters in the Thermador steam convection oven. Hard-cooked eggs turn out tender without any grey rings. Clams, mussels, and oysters end up with the right texture (not too rubbery).

Checking Your Oven’s Temperature

If your baked goods don't come out as intended, watch this video for step-by-step instructions on performing the Bake Test to check your oven's temperature.

Preparing Your Oven for Self-Cleaning

Learn how to properly prep your oven for self-cleaning to help your oven clean its best.