Receive a free Lofra stainless steel teppanyaki griddle (a $789 value) with the purchase of any Dolcevita range with mail-in offer. Valid on any Dolcevita range purchased between 1/15/23 and 12/31/23.
Save $600 on a Verona Range Hood with the purchase of any Verona Range!
From January 1st, 2023 through December 31st, 2023, save $600 off a Verona Range Hood when purchased along with a Verona range.
Free LOFRA Griddle with Purchase of Any Dolcevita Range
Receive a LOFRA griddle with the purchase of any Dolcevita range purchased between January 15th, 2023 to April 16th, 2023.
A Simple Guide to Oven Functions
Your Verona oven has many functions to help you cook the best meals for your family. Whether it’s an easy breakfast or a complex three-course dinner, these seven functions will expand your horizons about what you can roast, bake or broil with your Verona appliance. We have outlined each setting for you below with what they look like, how they work, and what foods they’re best used for.
Defrosting Frozen Foods
Did you know that you can use your Verona oven to defrost frozen foods? Only the fan and oven lamp switch are on with this setting for a minimal amount of heat, which prevents partial cooking during the defrost process. Defrosting times can vary according to the quantity and type of foods to be defrosted. Our general rule of thumb is roughly one hour for every 2.2 pounds of food. Remember to switch the thermostat knob to “off” during the defrosting period to prevent heating.
Traditional Convection Cooking
The upper and lower heating elements are used in this setting. Heat is diffused by natural convection, which happens when liquids and gasses are heated and move around in the oven cavity. Traditional convection cooking is best for foods that require the same cooking temperature both internally and externally, like roasts or a rack of ribs.
Ventilated Cooking with True European Convection
Most Verona ranges are equipped with a circular ‘European’ heating element. In the Ventilated Cooking Mode, the fan and the European element are active, creating the perfect environment for cooking multiple dishes at once without flavor transfer, like a roast chicken for dinner and an apple pie for dessert. Heat from the circular element is dispersed by forced convection, and temperature is regulated with the thermostat knob. This mode does not require preheating and is best suited for foods that need to be fully cooked, yet soft inside, like lasagna, roast beef or fish.
Convection Cooking with Ventilation
All Verona electric ovens are equipped with three heating elements – a circular European heating element, an upper heating element and a lower heating element – along with one or two convection fans, depending on model. In this setting, both upper and lower elements are turned on along with the convection fan(s) and the temperature is controlled with the thermostat knob. This setting lets meats roast evenly on all sides and is often used for baking as it is best for maintaining the same internal and external temperatures throughout the cooking cycle.
Maintaining Temperature After Cooking or Slowly Heating Foods
Did your roast chicken finish cooking just a little too soon before the whole family is ready for dinner? Turn on this setting to keep your meal hot. In this setting, the upper heating element is set to the desired temperature and the fan is operational. The fan will diffuse residual heat to maintain a steady temperature in the oven. You can also use this setting to re-heat already cooked foods slowly and maintain moisture as an alternative to a microwave or toaster oven.
The broiling function is used at the end of the cooking process to generate the perfect, just charred finish on food. This setting turns on the either the infrared heating element in an electric oven or the gas-powered broiler burner in a gas oven. Both are located at the top of the oven and diffuse an intense and instant heat. Use the broil function to toast garlic bread, melt cheese on French onion soup, or give vegetables or meat a caramelized exterior. You will want to keep a close eye on your food while it’s under the broiler to avoid overcooking or burning.
This function, possible only in an electric oven, is similar to broiling, but adds the fan for a more even disbursement of infrared heat to completely wrap food in the circulated heat. This setting is best used for grill cooking when a fast outside browning is necessary to keep the juices in, like veal, steak or hamburgers.
We hope this guide has provided you with enough knowledge to add something new to your cooking and/or baking repertoire. Have fun and please tell us about your new kitchen adventures by tagging us on social media – we may feature you in an upcoming blog or social media post!
For more details on the oven functions of a specific Verona model, visit our product library page to download the operation manual. To find a Verona retailer near you, visit our store locator or call the EuroChef USA sales team at 1-631-254-3434. You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org with additional questions and inquiries. For more products and design ideas, follow us on Facebook or Instagram or visit www.veronappliances.com.
Verona introduces the ultimate Italian-made pro Kitchen Suite
Verona introduces the definitive kitchen appliance suite combining the best in Italian-made pro-style ranges, built-in ovens & cooktops with top-of-the-line refrigeration, dishwashing and ventilation. Consumers can choose from a wide selection of powerful Verona ventilation and cooking products (with Dual Fuel, Electric, All Gas and Induction) in stainless steel or up to five brilliant color options. New Energy Star-rated 36” counter-depth Verona French Door Refrigerator (with generously sized full-width pantry drawers) and 24” ultra-quiet stainless-steel dishwasher (with vortex cleaning and 16 place setting capacity) complete the exceptional suite.
“The Verona Kitchen Suite features innovative new cooking products (Designer Induction and Dual Fuel ranges in six trending colors); Designer ventilation hoods (chimney, low profile and inset) as well as a Verona French Door refrigerator and dishwasher,” states Melissa Haber, Vice President of EuroChef USA. “Consumers can create their custom Italian-made collection in an array of size, color and fuel options and may save up to $2,800 on four-piece packages with an instant in-store rebate. No other kitchen suite on the market today has Verona’s European styling and performance features with a four-piece 36” range program starting at $6,499 and a range of cooking appliance sizes from 36”, 30” and 24”.
New Products Available in the Verona Kitchen Suite
36” French Door Refrigerator (VERF36CDSS)
- Counter-depth with full-width pantry drawers and spill-proof glass shelves
- 5 Cu.Ft. Capacity
- Built-in Ice-Maker
- Dual Freezer Drawers
- Electronic Temperature Controls
- Energy Star Rated and energy efficient LED Interior Lighting
- Humidity Control
24” Tall Tub Dishwasher (VEDW24TSS)
- Touch Control Panel
- 16 Place Setting Capacity
- Space-saving Cutlery Drawer
- Vortex Wash Cycle for heavily soiled pots and pans
- Up to 24hr Delay Start Option
- Stainless Steel Tub
- Energy Star Rated
- 6 Washing Programs
- 45 DB Sound Level
36” Designer Series Dual Fuel Range and 36” Designer Series Induction Range
- Six colors: Matte Black, Gloss Black, Stainless Steel, Burgundy, White, Slate Gray
- ‘Giant’ sized Oven Cavity
- Dual Convection Oven Fans
- Soft Closed Hinges
- Telescopic Gliding Rack Support (1 included)
- 7 Rack Positions
- 4 Interior Halogen Lights
Designer Series Ventilation Range Hoods (600-1,200 CFM)
Premium range hoods, hand-crafted stainless-steel construction with heavy-duty blowers, dishwasher safe anti-grease filters, time delay shut offs, indicator lights for filter maintenance, and convertible for easy installation whether externally vented or recirculating.
- 36” and 48” Stainless Steel Insert
- 30”, 36” and 48” Low Profile Stainless Steel Range Hoods
- 30”, 36”, and 48” Chimney Stainless Steel Range Hoods; 36” available in four color choices (Stainless Steel, Matte Black, Gloss Black and White.)
Verona In The News: “What You Get” Feature
Verona Appliances has been featured in a “What You Get” article in the New York Times.
The Real Estate feature by Mike Powell showcases a Verona Double Oven Gas Range in a nearly $1.4 million Rhode Island home.
Read the full article and view the slide show by Rick Friedman here.
Verona Classic now available in All Electric
Verona, crafted in Italy but made for the U.S. market, launches a new fully electric 36” professional range as a part of the Verona Classic series. Verona Classic now available in All Electric The contemporary lines and stunning details combine the very best of industrial design and cooking performance without the need for a gas connection. Offered in three colors, including stainless steel, matte black and gloss red, the fully electric Verona Classic model features a sleek plinth leg, beveled doors, and stainless steel and elegant shaped stainless steel control knobs. The black ceramic glass cooktop is equipped with five sealed elements including a powerful dual element in the center.
The range is fully equipped with a multi-function European convection oven that is easily programmed with the digital clock and timer, delivering the ultimate in professional performance. The multi-function convection oven provides seven cooking modes including three baking modes (Bake, Fan Oven, Convection Bake); three radiant modes (Broil, Convection Broil, Dual Broil) and a Defrost mode.
A full width compartment provides expansive storage capacity while an included Glide Rack makes cooking large, heavy items almost effortless.
- Programmable Digital Clock & Timer
- Multi Function European Convection Oven
- 1 Glide Rack and 1 Pullout Rack
- EZ Clean Porcelain Oven Surface
- Full width storage compartment
- Plinth legs with an optional wrap-around toe kick
- Closed door broil
- MSRP starts at $3849
Verona Introduces New Verona Classic Line
Verona, crafted in Italy but made for the U.S. market, launches a new series of 36” professional ranges with contemporary lines and stunning details that combine the very best of industrial design and cooking performance. Offered in three colors, including stainless steel, matte black and gloss red, the Verona Classic models feature a sleek plinth leg, matching colored control panel, exquisite beveled front plus robust stainless handles and handrail. The elegantly shaped controls add a unique look, and ergonomic feel that is certain to become a trademark of fine cooking. The panel behind the controls is color-matched with the chosen range finish. The ranges are offered in a full line of dual fuel, gas or electric. The dual fuel and gas options are also available with a choice of a double oven.
The ranges are fully equipped with a European convection oven that is easily programmed with the digital clock and timer, delivering the ultimate in professional performance. The multi-function convection oven provides seven cooking modes including three baking modes (Bake, Fan Oven, Convection Bake); three radiant modes (Broil, Convection Broil, Dual Broil) and also a Defrost mode. Convection cooking helps to prepare meals faster, and in less time than a conventional oven.
A full width compartment provides expansive storage capacity while a standard Glide Rack makes cooking large, heavy items almost effortless.
- Programmable Digital Clock & Timer in the dual fuel
and electric ranges
- Multi Function European Convection Oven in the dual
fuel and electric ranges
- High Powered Infrared Broiler in the gas range
- EZ Clean Porcelain Oven Surface
- Full width storage compartment
- Plinth legs with a tubular option
- MSRP starts at $3599