Slow Cook Cook Mode

by Weber Grills

Slow Cooking in June Oven


The Slow Cook Cook Mode allows June to deliver results like a countertop slow cooker without taking up any extra space.

How it works

The Slow Cook mode uses low heating element outputs to gently cook food very slowly for maximum tenderness. Using a covered casserole dish or Dutch oven traps moisture and flavor, while allowing you to carry it straight to the table for easy serving.

Customize your slow cooking experience

Slow Cook doesn’t require any preheating and the convection fans are off. Similar to a traditional slow cooker, you can select either High or Low Power. The timer can be set from 30 minutes to 24 hours. With the Wire Shelf in the lowest position, you can use any covered casserole dish or Dutch oven that is less than 5.7-inches tall when the lid is on.

Cook-Programs and Recipes

The Cookbook within the June app contains many varied recipes for slow cooking in June. These guided recipes help you prepare traditional classics like pot roast, beef stew and pasta sauce as well as unexpected takes on chicken tikka masala, caramelized onions for French Onion Soup, and even cooking dried chickpeas straight from the bag.

Frequently asked questions

When should I use the High or Lower Power settings?

You should always use the power level indicated by your recipe. When in doubt, cook with Low Power and give your food more time if needed.

What size pots can I use?

You can use any glass, metal, or cast-iron pot that’s oven-safe, has a lid, and is less than 5.71-inches tall when the lid is on. Ideally these pots are between 2 ½ and 4 quarts in volume These are the pots you’ll see in our guided recipe videos:

Do I really need a pot with a lid? Can't I just use a casserole dish with foil on top?
When developing the Slow Cook setting and our recipes, we found foil didn’t make a tight enough seal and food didn’t cook properly. We recommend using a pot with a lid for best results.
My countertop slow cooker keeps my food warm when it's can I do that with June?
When setting the timer for Slow Cook, you can select June’s behavior for when the cook time is finished. If you select [Pause Cooking], the elements will shut off and June will stay warm from residual heat until you remove the food. If you select [Keep Cooking], June continues to cook at the same power level as the main cook time. Both options will feature a timer that counts up from the end of the primary cook. If you would like to use the Keep Warm Cook Mode, manually cancel the Slow Cook from the oven interface and select Keep Warm from the main screen.

Have other questions about slow cooking in your June Oven we haven’t answered here? Contact our service team.

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