June Oven has 12 different Cook Modes that are custom-designed for specific tasks. Each mode heats and cooks differently, so getting familiar with the different modes and their uses will help you make the most of your oven. If you’d like to learn more about a specific Cook Mode, click on the name.
Primarily heats using the bottom heating elements and is the go-to choice for baking and most general cooking. If you aren’t sure what mode to use, Bake is a safe bet.
Primarily heats using the top heating elements and convection fans. Great choice for roasting meats, vegetables and one-pan meals.
Uses intense heat from the top and bottom heating elements to create a toast effect. Use this for bread products that sit right on the Wire Rack.
Uses intense heat exclusively from the top heating elements to cook foods very quickly. Ideal for searing seafood, shellfish, and thin cuts of meat.
Uses moderate heat from the top and bottom heating elements to reheat food. Use this for leftovers.
Sets the oven to 170 °F to keep food warm after cooking until ready to serve.
Provides steady low heat from all heating elements to cook foods very slowly. Good for stews, sauces, and braising proteins.
Uses convection fans to circulate heated air around the oven to cook food. Good for proteins, vegetables and starches. Requires Air Baskets.
Holds a very low and constant heat and uses fans to dehydrate foods. Good for thinly cut fruits, vegetables and herbs. Requires Air Baskets.
Holds a very low temperature ideal for yeast development. Use for giving dough a warm place to rise.
Exclusively delivers intense heat from the bottom heating elements to grill thicker cuts of meat, seafood and vegetables indoors. Requires Enameled Cast Iron Grill/Griddle.
Exclusively delivers intense heat from the bottom heating elements to simulate brick-oven pizza baking at home. Requires Enameled Cast Iron Grill/Griddle.