Roasting in June Oven
One of June Oven’s core features, Roast is the go-to choice for cooking meats, vegetables and sheet pan dinners.
How it works
The Roast Cook Mode primarily radiates heat from the upper heating elements, creating a hot environment above and around the food. Working in conjunction with June’s dual convection fans, this concentrated heat cooks foods quickly and leads to caramelized, golden-brown exteriors.
Customize your roasting experience
With strong heat circulating evenly around the oven, this mode was designed with trays of vegetables, proteins, and one pan dinners in mind. Roast supports temperatures from 100–500 °F, with the ability to set the timer or use the Food Thermometer to set a target doneness temperature. To learn more about using the Food Thermometer when cooking, check out this guide.
Roast is designed to cook one pan of food at a time and has best results when using the middle shelf position, though larger proteins (like whole chickens or pork roasts) will require more space and need the bottom shelf position.
Cook-Programs and Recipes
Whether you’re looking to cook chicken thighs as a main course or caramelize some butternut squash for a side, Roast makes possible the Cook-Programs we use every day. These custom-engineered presets are designed to start from a cold oven, saving you preheating time and help you get dinner on the table faster than ever.
We’ve also packed the Cookbook within the June App with one pan dinners that take advantage of the circulating hot air to cook full trays of food at once. Whether it’s Gnocchi with Tomatoes and Olives, Panko-Crusted Salmon with Roasted Broccoli, or Curried Chicken with Roasted Vegetables, you’ll find plenty of meals your household will love.
Frequently asked questions
Bake uses strong heat below with gentle heat above and works best for baked goods and casseroles. Roast uses the opposite, with strong heat above and gentle heat below and is ideal for meats, vegetables, and getting golden, crispy edges. To learn more about Bake, check out this guide.
Have other questions about roasting in your June Oven we haven’t answered here? Contact our service team.