LG LRG4115ST Review – Cooking up a Storm

With the LG LRG4115ST, you definitely get what you paid for. There a lot of kitchen appliances as of late that share the “all-in-one” moniker, so it’s nice to have one that doesn’t share the same trend. This is a 30-inch range that does not have a double-oven capacity, nor does it have speedy cooking modes. Instead, this is a single-oven cavity model that has simple settings which won’t intimidate most cooks, beginner or professional, with a range that seem to have way too many things to tinker with.

LG LRG4115ST Review - Cooking up a Storm

The LG LRG4115ST is as Simple as it Can Get

With the LG LRG4115ST, you have the basics covered (as far as ranges go). While it does have some work to do to perfect its craft, it does a suitable job at what it is supposed to do – cooking food. It also have some heft to its price, and there are even cheaper gas ranges on the market that have a more stable performance. But if you’re a true LG fan, then you might not want to pass this up.

As for its design, the LG LRG4115ST gas range is pleasant to look at. It has a slightly bulky visual appeal. It is a 30-inch wide range that is wrapped around a stainless steel material. There is a touchpad control panel found on the back of the range. Controls include clear, large text that would indicate which buttons to go for to set the oven’s cooking modes. Speaking of modes, these are convection and traditional bake, broil, pizza, convection roast, warm/proof, Easy Clean, and self clean.

There are also controls for its clock, warming drawer, cooking timer, and oven temperature. These are also easily located at the back panel. The gas range also has NFC which works best with the LG Smart Oven app. However, the app itself has an interface that is much to be desired.

When it comes to performance, food can turn out uneven. Its oven is an extreme one at that. For example, if you cook chicken using the convection roast setting, you will have cooked bird that will come out perfect that is near irresistible to dig in. It also excels when it comes to boiling water. However, when using the oven for slow cooking, the food will come out uneven. For example., if you were to broil six hamburger patties inside the oven, they will come out with varying results. Some are cooked the way you want them to be, while others were burnt.

The LG LRG4115ST is able to deliver what many has already seen in other ProBake models. There is an uneven, even extreme performance that is measured by perfect, golden brown chicken to burnt hamburger patties. For those who want value for money, there are cheaper gas ranges to opt for until LG improves their ProBake line.

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