When radiation isn’t an option
Wolf Gourmet WGCO 160S Elite Countertop Convection Oven
Though they may be the most common variety, not all microwaves employ electromagnetic radiation to heat things up. So, whether you’re worried about the safety of cooking your food that way (even though it's perfectly safe) or just prefer the taste of conventional oven cooking, you might be in the market for a convection microwave oven.
Countertop convection ovens are roughly the same size as standard microwaves and serve the same purpose, but they don’t use radiation to do it. They’re essentially mini ovens. That also means they’re pretty pricey, but if you’re in the market for such a thing, you probably already knew that.
That said, yes, this Wolf Gourmet oven is 680 bucks. However, it can handle anything you throw at it with aplomb. It can broil, bake, grill, roast, warm, and toast on its two oven racks. It also features things like a built-in temperature probe to help you know exactly when your food is properly cooked, an internal light to check on progress without opening it the oven door, and advanced convection and circulation technology to ensure even (and fast), consistent heating.