The Smart Oven™
Instruction Booklet Livret d’instructions
BOV800XL
CONGRATULATIONS
On the purchase of your new Breville Smart Oven™
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CONTENTS
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Breville recommends safety first
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Know your Breville Smart Oven™
11 Before first use
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Operating your Breville Smart Oven™
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- Preparing the oven for use
- A note on cooking times
- A note on rack height positions
- A note on standby mode
- A note on optional settings
- TOAST function
- BAGEL function
- BAKE function
- ROAST function
- BROIL function
- PIZZA function
- COOKIES function
- REHEAT function
- WARM function
Using the plate warming tray
44 Care and cleaning
- Cleaning the outer body and door
- Cleaning the interior
- Cleaning the crumb tray
- Cleaning the wire rack, broil rack,
baking pan and pizza pan.
- Storage
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Troubleshooting
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Recipes
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One year limited warranty
BREVILLE RECOMMENDS SAFETY FIRST
Important safeguards
We at Breville are very safety conscious. We design and manufacture consumer products with the
safety of you, our valued customer, foremost in mind.
Read all instructions BEFORE USE
AND SAVE FOR FUTURE REFERENCE
When using electrical appliances, basic
safety precautions should always be
followed including:
• Remove and safely discard any packing
materials and promotional labels before
using the oven for the first time.
• To eliminate a choking hazard for young
children, remove and safely discard the
protective cover fitted to the power plug
of this appliance.
• Do not place the oven near the edge of a
bench or table during operation. Ensure
the surface is level, clean and free of
water, flour, etc.
• Always operate the oven on a stable,
heat resistant surface. Do not use on a
cloth-covered surface, near curtains or
other flammable materials.
• A fire may occur if the oven is covered
or touches flammable material, including
curtains, draperies, walls, and the like,
when in operation.
• Do not place the oven on or near a hot
gas or electric burner, or where it could
touch another heated oven.
• Do not let the power cord hang over the
edge of a table or counter, or touch hot
surfaces.
• To protect against electric shock do not
immerse the oven, power cord or power
plug in water or any other liquid.
• When operating the oven, keep a
minimum distance of 4” (10cm) of space
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on both sides of the appliance. This will
allow for adequate air circulation and
help prevent the possibility of wall
discoloration due to radiated heat.
• Do not touch hot surfaces. Appliance
surfaces, including the door and outer
surface of the oven are hot during and
after operation. To prevent burns or
personal injury, always use protective
hot pads or insulated oven mitts, or use
handles and knobs where available,
when inserting, removing or handling
items from the oven. Alternatively, allow
the oven to cool down before handling.
• Extreme caution must be used when
removing pans, dishes and accessories
such as the included broil rack and
baking pan, that contain hot oil or other
hot liquids.
• The top of the oven is very hot during
and after operation. Do not store any
item on top of the oven when in
operation. The only exceptions are
described on Page 43 - one layer of
ceramic plates for warming, and any
accessory provided by Breville for use in
the ribbed section on top of the oven.
If the ribbed section is used as a
warming tray during operation, protective
hot pads or insulated oven mitts should
be used when removing heated items.
Alternatively, allow the oven to cool down
before handling.
• Do not place cardboard, plastic, paper,
or other flammable materials in the oven.
BREVILLE RECOMMENDS SAFETY FIRST
• Do not cover the crumb tray or any other
part of the oven, including accessories,
pans, and dishes with metal foil. This will
cause overheating of the oven.
• Extreme caution should be exercised
when using pans and dishes constructed
of materials other than metal.
• Do not use any type of glassware in the
oven, including glass pans or dishes.
Even oven proof glassware can overheat
and crack due to close contact with the
oven’s heating elements.
• Do not use lids of any type in the oven.
Lids, covering a pan or dish, can build
pressure of hot ingredients that may
create a fire or risk of injury.
• Oversized foods and metal utensils must
not be inserted in the oven as they may
create fire or risk of electric shock.
• Metal utensils such as knives should not
be inserted in the oven to remove food
residue from the quartz tube elements.
This can damage the elements as well as
lead to electrocution.
• It is recommended to use only the
accessories supplied with this oven.
When broiling, the broil rack must be
inserted into the supplied baking pan
• The use of any accessory attachments
not recommended by Breville may cause
injuries.
• Do not use the toast function for
purposes other than toasting foods.
• Do not place hands inside the oven
during operation.
• This appliance is for household use only.
• Do not use the appliance for anything
other than its intended purpose as
described in this booklet. Do not use
outdoors. Do not use in moving vehicles
or boats.
• Do not attempt to operate the oven by
any method other than those described
in this booklet.
• Do not leave the appliance unattended
when in use.
• Close supervision is necessary when the
appliance is used by or near children.
• This appliance is not intended for use by
persons (including children) with reduced
physical, sensory or mental capabilities
or lack of experience and knowledge,
unless they have been given supervision
or instruction concerning use of the
appliance by a person responsible for
their safety.
• To turn OFF the oven, press the START/
CANCEL button on the control panel.
The oven is OFF when the button
surround illumination goes out.
• To disconnect from the wall outlet, first
turn OFF the oven, and then remove the
power plug from the wall outlet.
• When the oven is not in use or when left
unattended, disconnect the oven from
the wall outlet.
• Before attempting to move the oven,
or before assembling or disassembling
parts, cleaning or storing, turn OFF the
oven, allow to cool, and disconnect from
the wall outlet.
• Strictly follow the Care and Cleaning
instructions on Page 45.
• Do not clean with metal scouring pads.
Pieces can break off the pad and touch
electrical parts, creating a risk of electric
shock.
• Regularly clean the crumb tray to discard
crumbs. Ensure to turn OFF the oven,
remove the power plug from the wall
outlet and allow the oven to cool before
pulling the crumb tray out.
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BREVILLE RECOMMENDS SAFETY FIRST
• Always ensure the crumb tray is
thoroughly dried after cleaning. Ensure to
re-insert the crumb tray before operating
the oven.
• Do not store any materials other than the
supplied accessories in the oven when
not in use.
• This appliance is equipped with a power
cord having a grounding wire with a
grounding plug. The appliance must
be grounded using a 3-hole properly
grounded outlet. In the event of an
electrical short circuit, grounding reduces
the risk of electrical shock.
• If the power outlet is a standard 2-prong
wall outlet, it is your personal responsibility and obligation to have it replaced with
a properly grounded 3-prong wall outlet.
• Do not, under any circumstances, cut or
remove the third (ground) prong from the
power cord or use an adapter.
• Consult a qualified electrician if the
grounding instructions are not completely understood, or if doubt exists
as to whether the appliance is properly
grounded.
• The installation of a residual current
device (safety switch) is recommended to
provide additional safety protection when
using electrical appliances. It is advisable
that a safety switch with a rated residual
operation current not exceeding 30mA
be installed in the electrical circuit
supplying the appliance. See your
electrician for professional advice.
• Regularly inspect the supply cord, plug
and actual appliance for any damage.
Do not operate if damaged in anyway
or after the appliance malfunctions.
Immediately cease use of the appliance
and call Breville Customer Service at
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1-866-BREVILLE for examination, repair
or adjustment.
• For any maintenance other than cleaning,
call Breville Customer Service at
1-866-BREVILLE.
Your Breville appliance comes with a
unique Assist™ Plug, conveniently
designed with a finger hole in the power
plug for easy and safe removal from the
wall outlet. For safety reasons it is
recommended you plug your Breville
appliance directly into its own electrical
outlet on a dedicated circuit separate from
other appliances. If the electric circuit is
overloaded with other appliances, your
appliance may not function properly. Use in
conjunction with a power strip or extension
cord is not recommended.
SHORT CORD
INSTRUCTIONS
Your Breville appliance is fitted with a
short power supply cord as a safety
precaution to prevent personal injury or
property damage resulting from pulling,
tripping or becoming entangled with a
longer cord. Do not allow children to use
or be near this appliance without close
adult supervision. If an extension cord is
used, (1) the marked electrical rating of the
cord set or extension cord should be at
least as great as the electrical rating of the
appliance, (2) the cord should be arranged
so that it will not drape over the countertop
or tabletop where it can be pulled on by
children or tripped over unintentionally
and (3) the extension cord must include a
3-prong grounding plug.
SAVE THESE
INSTRUCTIONS
KNOW
your Breville Smart Oven™
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KNOW YOUR BREVILLE SMART OVEN™
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A. 12” x 12” enamel broil rack.
B. 12” x 12” enamel baking pan.
C. 13” non-stick pizza pan.
F. Top rack height position: BROIL
function.
G. Middle rack height position: TOAST,
BAGEL, PIZZA and COOKIE functions.
D. Door handle.
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The outer surface of the
oven, including the oven
door, is hot during and
after operation. Always
use protective hot pads
or insulated oven mitts
when inserting, removing
or handling items from
the oven.
NOTE:
When the wire rack is inserted into
this position, the Magnetic AutoEject Rack automatically ejects the
wire rack halfway out of the oven
when the oven door is opened. This
is so your toasted items can be
safely and easily removed. Always
open the door slowly and in a
controlled manner to prevent the
wire rack from ejecting too quickly.
E. Ribbed plate warming tray.
NOTE:
Only place items in the ribbed
section on top of the oven as
described on Page 43.
Accessories, including storage and
serving accessories for the top of
the oven are available from Breville.
Visit www.breville.com for more
information.
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H. Bottom rack height position: BAKE,
ROAST, REHEAT and WARM functions.
I. Wire rack.
J. Crumb tray.
K. Ventilation slots
L. Breville Assist Plug™
M. LCD screen.
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NOTE:
When the oven is plugged into a
wall outlet, the oven alert will sound
twice and the LCD screen will
illuminate for 10 minutes before
entering standby mode. Press
the START/CANCEL button on the
control panel to activate any of the
functions.
The oven is ON (cooking) when the
oven alert sounds and the button
surround is illuminated red, and is
OFF when the START/CANCEL
button is pressed a second time
and the button surround illumination
goes out.
N. START/CANCEL button.
O. FUNCTION dial.
P. TEMPERATURE dial / toast and bagel
browning control.
Q. TIME dial / toast and bagel slice
selection / pizza size selection.
R.
CONVECTION button.
S.
TEMPERATURE CONVERSION
button.
T.
FROZEN FOODS BUTTON.
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Do not touch hot surfaces.
The outer surface of the
oven, including the oven
door, is hot during and
after operation. Allow the
oven to cool down before
handling.
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BEFORE FIRST USE
of your Breville Smart Oven™
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Preparing the oven for use
1.Remove and safely discard any packing
material, promotional labels and tape
from the oven.
2.Remove the crumb tray, wire rack, broil
rack, baking pan and pizza pan from the
polyfoam packaging. Wash them in warm
soapy water with a soft sponge, rinse
and dry thoroughly. Re-insert the crumb
tray into the oven.
3.Wipe the interior of the oven with a soft
damp sponge. Dry thoroughly.
4.Place the oven on a flat, dry surface.
Ensure there is a minimum distance of
4” (10cm) of space on both sides of the
appliance. Ensure there are no items on
top of the oven.
5.Unwind the power cord completely and
insert the power plug into a grounded
wall outlet.
6.The oven alert will sound twice and the
LCD screen will illuminate. The function
options will appear with an indicator on
the preset TOAST function.
NOTE:
In order to remove any protective
substances on the heating
elements, it is necessary to run the
oven empty for 15 minutes.
7.Turn the FUNCTION dial to the right until
the indicator reaches the PIZZA
function. The top figure on the LCD
screen indicates the preset temperature
of ‘450°F’, while the bottom figure on
the LCD screen indicates the preset
‘12" SIZE’.
The preset CONVECTION setting and
preset FROZEN FOODS setting will
also be displayed.
FUNCTION
DIAL
ROTATE
8.Press the START/CANCEL button to
activate this setting. The button
surround will illuminate red and the oven
alert will sound.
9.The LCD screen will indicate a
blinking ‘PREHEATING’. Once the oven
has reached the set temperature, the
temperature alert will sound.
10.The timer alert will be displayed and
automatically begin to count down in
one minute increments.
NOTE:
When the oven is turned on for the
first time, it may emit vapors. This is
due to the protective substances on
the heating elements. It is safe and
not detrimental to the performance
of the oven.
PRESS
11. At the end of the cooking cycle, the oven alert will sound three times and the START/CANCEL button surround will cease to illuminate.
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12. The oven is now ready to use.
NOTE:
The cooking cycle can be stopped
at any time by pressing the START/
CANCEL button. This will cancel
the cycle and the button surround
illumination will go out.
A note on cooking times
The Breville Smart Oven™ features
Element IQ™ - a unique cooking
technology that adjusts the power of the
cooking elements for optimum results.
Broil
High temperature top heat: melts and
browns.
500 W
600 W
400 W
OFF
OFF
OFF
1500 W
Toast
Searing top and bottom heat: seals and
crisps.
500 W
OFF
400 W
OFF
450 W
450 W
1800 W
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Bake
a) The cooking temperature is displayed
as the top figure on the LCD screen.
Even convection heating: cooks right
through.
360 W
OFF
• Turn the TEMPERATURE dial to the left
to reduce the temperature, or to the right
to increase the temperature.
260 W
ON
430 W
• The cooking temperature can be adjusted in 10°F increments, from 120°F to a
maximum of 450°F (or in the Celsius
mode, 5°C increments, from 50°C to a
maximum 230°C).
430W
TEMPERATURE
DIAL
1500 W
It is normal to notice the following occur
during the cooking cycle:
• It is normal that during the BROIL
function, the bottom set of elements
turn off while the top set is heating at
full power.
• It is normal that the ends of each heating
element will glow more brightly than the
middle of the element.
• It is normal that the elements are heating
even if they are not lighting up.
This cooking technology allows foods to
cook more evenly and quickly, significantly
reducing cooking times. The oven’s preset
cooking temperatures and times, as well
as the cooking temperature and time
directions on pre-packaged foods, may
need to be changed depending on the
recipe, the amount of food and your
personal taste.
ROTATE
REDUCE
TEMPERATURE
INCREASE
TEMPERATURE
b)The cooking time is displayed as the
bottom figure on the LCD screen.
• Turn the TIME dial to the left to reduce
the cooking time, or to the right to increase the cooking time.
• The cooking time can be adjusted in one
minute increments up to 1 hour, and in
5 minute increments between 1 and 2
hours.
TIME
DIAL
We recommend experimenting with the
temperature and time settings to produce
the desired results.
The cooking temperature and time can
be adjusted before or during the cooking
cycle:
ROTATE
REDUCE
TIME
INCREASE
TIME
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A note on rack height
positions
Cooking results are significantly affected
by the position of the wire rack as this
determines how close the food is to the
heating elements. We highly recommend
following the rack height position for each
function as printed on the right hand side
of the oven door’s glass window. However,
these are a guide only. Certain foods may
require a different rack height position depending on the recipe, the amount and size
of the food and your personal taste.
NOTE:
When the wire rack is inserted into
the middle rack height position, the
Magnetic Auto-Rack Eject
automatically ejects the wire rack
halfway out of the oven when the
oven door is opened. This is so your
toasted items can be safely and
easily removed.
Always open the door slowly and in
a controlled manner when the wire
rack is inserted into this rack height
position to prevent the wire rack
from ejecting too quickly.
For optimum cooking results:
TOP
MIDDLE
BOTTOM
• The recommended rack height position
should be used. However this is a guide
only. The position of the rack may vary
depending on the type and size of food
being cooked.
• The wire rack should always be inserted
into the rack height position with the
spokes facing upwards.
Top rack height position: BROIL function.
Middle rack height position: TOAST,
BAGEL, PIZZA and COOKIE functions.
Bottom rack height position: BAKE,
ROAST, REHEAT and WARM functions.
• Food should be positioned on the center
of the wire rack, broil rack, baking tray or
pizza tray to let maximum airflow reach
the food.
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A note on stanDby mode
When the oven is plugged into a wall outlet
and turned ON, the oven alert will sound
twice and the LCD screen will illuminate for
10 minutes before entering standby mode.
When in standby mode, the LCD screen
will cease to illuminate, however all function
options will still be visible.
To re-activate the oven out of standby
mode, press the START/CANCEL button
on the control panel, or turn any dial. The
LCD screen will re-illuminate. Press the
START/CANCEL button to activate the
oven.
The oven is ON (cooking) when the oven
alert sounds and the button surround is
illuminated red, and is OFF when the
START/CANCEL button is pressed a
second time and the button surround
illumination goes out.
A note on OPTIONAL SETTINGS
Convection Button
Convection cooking uses fan assistance to
circulate heated air around the food. This
produces faster, more even, more energy
efficient cooking.
Convection cooking is the default setting
on the BAKE, ROAST, PIZZA, COOKIE and
REHEAT functions. The setting can be
deselected by pressing the
CONVECTION button, or re-selected by
pressing the
CONVECTION button a
second time.
Convection cooking is not the default
setting on the WARM function, however
it can be selected by pressing the
CONVECTION button.
The convection symbol
is displayed on
the LCD screen whenever this setting is
selected.
PRESS
CONVECTION
CONVECTION ‘ON’
CONVECTION ‘OFF’
Convection cooking can reduce cooking
times. Some foods may not be ideal for
convection cooking – refer to recipes Page
50. We recommend experimenting with the
convection, temperature and time settings
to produce the desired results.
For optimum results:
• Use oven-proof baking dishes, roasting
pans, pizza pans or cookie sheets with
very low sides, and place on the center
of the wire rack to let maximum airflow
reach the food.
• For the same reason, do not cover foods
with metal foil or any other type of lid or
covering for maximum airflow.
• Most recipes recommend reducing
temperatures by 25˚F when using
convection cooking. Always check the
food 10 minutes before the suggested
cooking time is complete to avoid
overcooking.
Temperature Conversion Button
The temperature reading on the oven is
preset to Fahrenheit. Pressing the
TEMPERATURE CONVERSION button
allows the Fahrenheit temperature reading
to be converted to Celsius. The
corresponding ‘C˚’ or ‘F ˚’ symbol is
displayed on the LCD screen.
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The TEMPERATURE CONVERSION
button may be selected when using the
BAKE, ROAST, BROIL, PIZZA, COOKIE,
REHEAT and WARM functions.
PRESS
TEMPERATURE
PRESS
and COOKIE functions, and is the default
setting on the PIZZA function.
On the TOAST, BAGEL and COOKIE
functions, the FROZEN FOODS button
can be selected before or during the cycle.
The setting can be de-selected by pressing
the FROZEN FOODS button a second
time. The frozen symbol is displayed on
the LCD screen whenever this setting is
selected.
PRESS
FROZEN
NOTE:
The TEMPERATURE
CONVERSION button can be used
as an electronic temperature
conversion tool, particularly
convenient for international recipes.
NOTE:
If you have changed the default
Fahrenheit temperature reading to
Celsius, the setting will remain in the
memory of the oven until the
TEMPERATURE CONVERSION
button is pressed a second time or
the oven is unplugged from the wall
outlet. When the oven is plugged
back into the wall outlet, the
temperature reading will
automatically return to the preset
Fahrenheit setting.
Frozen Foods Button
The FROZEN FOODS button adds the
recommended, additional time required
to defrost and then toast frozen bread or
bagels and cook frozen pizza or cookie
dough.
The FROZEN FOODS button may be
selected when using the TOAST, BAGEL
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PRESS
NOTE:
If you have selected the FROZEN
FOODS button and the frozen
symbol is displayed on the LCD
screen, the setting will remain in
the memory of the oven and be
activated for each subsequent
TOAST/BAGEL/COOKIE cycle until
the FROZEN FOODS button is
pressed a second time, or the oven
is unplugged from the wall outlet.
When the oven is plugged back into
the wall outlet, the
function will automatically return to
the preset TOAST/BAGEL/COOKIE
function without the FROZEN
FOODS setting.
On the PIZZA function, FROZEN FOODS
is the default setting, and the frozen symbol
is displayed on the LCD screen. When
cooking fresh pizzas, the setting can be
de-selected by pressing the
FROZEN FOODS button.
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The ‘FRESH’ symbol will be displayed on
the LCD screen.
PRESS
FROZEN
PRESS
FROZEN PIZZA
FRESH PIZZA
NOTE:
If you have de-selected the
FROZEN FOODS setting and the
‘FRESH’ symbol is displayed on the
LCD screen, the setting will remain
in the memory of the oven and
be activated for each subsequent
PIZZA cycle until the
FROZEN FOODS button is
pressed a second time, or the oven
is unplugged from the wall outlet.
When the oven is plugged back into
the wall outlet, the
function will automatically return to
the preset PIZZA function with the
FROZEN FOODS setting.
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OPERATING
your Breville Smart Oven™
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TOAST FUNCTION
Elements
Top and bottom heating elements cycle on
and off to regulate the correct temperature.
The top middle element is off.
Rack Position
Middle rack height position.
Optional Settings
FROZEN FOODS button.
1.Insert the wire rack into the middle rack
height position. The wire rack should
be positioned with the spokes facing
upwards.
2.If toasting 1-3 slices, center the slices
on the wire rack. If toasting 4-6 slices,
evenly space them with 2-3 slices at the
front of the wire rack and 2-3 slices at
the back of the rack.
5.The browning setting and number of
slices can be adjusted before or during
the toasting cycle.
a) The browning setting is displayed as
the top figure on the LCD screen.
Turn the TEMPERATURE dial to the left to reduce the browning setting, or
to the right to increase the browning setting. The browning settings are indicated by the row of circles at the
top of the LCD screen. The arrow
above the circles will move according
to the selected setting.
NOTE:
The browning settings range from
‘1’ (lightest) to ‘7’ (darkest).
As a general guide:
3.Close the oven door.
4.Turn the FUNCTION dial until the
indicator on the LCD screen reaches the
TOAST function. The top figure on the
LCD screen indicates the preset
browning setting ’4’, while the bottom
figure on the LCD screen indicates the
preset number of slices ‘4’
Desired Toast Color
Setting
Light color toast
1 or 2
Medium color toast
3, 4 or 5
Dark color toast
6 or 7
When using the TOAST function for the first
time, we recommend toasting on the
preset browning setting ‘4’ so you can
adjust the browning setting to your
preference - considering the type,
thickness and freshness of the bread.
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For example, raisin toast, white
light-textured breads or thinly sliced bread
may require a lighter setting, whilst heavier
textured rye, whole wheat or fresh breads
may require a darker setting.
b) The number of slices is displayed as
the bottom figure on the LCD screen.
Turn the TIME dial to the left to reduce
the number of slices, or to the right
to increase the number of slices. The
number of slices range from ‘1’ to ‘6’.
NOTE:
Your customized TOAST browning
setting and number of slices will
remain in the memory of the oven
until you change them or unplug the
oven from the wall outlet. When the
oven is plugged back into the wall
outlet, the TOAST function will
automatically return to the preset
browning setting ‘4’ and preset
number of slices ‘4’.
6.Press the START/CANCEL button to
activate this setting. The button surround
will illuminate red and the oven alert will
sound.
7.The timer will be displayed and begin to
count down. The time can be adjusted
during the toasting cycle by turning the
TIME dial.
NOTE:
Element IQ™ will automatically
adjust the toasting time depending
on the heat already present inside
the oven. For example, if the oven
is already warm after one cycle of
toasting, the toasting time for the
second cycle will be less.
During the toasting cycle,
condensation may form on the oven
door and steam may be emitted.
This is normal. Condensation
and steam occur as a result
of the moisture content of the
bread. Freshly baked and frozen
breads generally produce more
condensation.
8.At the end of the toasting cycle, the
oven alert will sound three times and the
START/CANCEL button surround will
cease to illuminate.
!
The outer surface of the
oven, including the oven
door, is hot during and
after operation. Always
use protective hot pads
or insulated oven mitts
when inserting, removing
or handling items from
the oven.
9.The toasting cycle can be stopped at any
time by pressing the START/CANCEL
button. This will cancel the cycle and the
button surround illumination will go out.
PRESS
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BAGEL FUNCTION
Elements
Top and bottom heating elements cycle on
and off to regulate the correct temperature.
Rack Position
Middle rack height position.
Optional Settings
FROZEN FOODS button.
The BAGEL function crisps the insides of
your cut bagel while only lightly toasting
the outside. This function is also ideal for
toasting English muffins, crumpets or thick
sliced specialty breads which require one
side to be toasted more than the other.
NOTE:
If you like your bagel halves equally
crisp on both the top and bottom,
we recommend using the TOAST
function to toast your cut bagel.
4.Close the oven door.
5.Turn the FUNCTION dial until the
indicator on the LCD screen reaches the
BAGEL function. The top figure on the
LCD screen indicates the preset
browning setting ‘4’, while the bottom
figure on the LCD screen indicates the
preset number of bagel halves ‘4’.
1.Insert the wire rack into the middle rack
height position. The wire rack should
be positioned with the spokes facing
upwards.
2.Slice each bagel into two equal halves.
3.If toasting 1-3 bagel halves, center the
halves on the wire rack. If toasting 4-6
halves, evenly space them with 2-3
halves at the front of the wire rack and
2-3 halves at the back of the rack.
NOTE:
The inside (cut side) of the bagel
must always face upwards towards
the top heating elements. This
allows the cut side to be crisp while
the crust is only lightly toasted.
6.The browning setting and number of
bagel halves can be adjusted before or
during the bagel cycle.
a) The browning setting is displayed as
the top figure on the LCD screen.
Turn the TEMPERATURE dial to the
left to reduce the browning setting, or
to the right to increase the browning
setting. The browning settings are
indicated by the row of circles at the
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top of the LCD screen. The arrow above
the circles will move according to the
selected setting.
NOTE:
The browning settings range from
‘1’ (lightest) to ‘7’ (darkest).
7.Press the START/CANCEL button to
activate this setting. The button surround
will illuminate red and the oven alert will
sound.
8.The timer will be displayed and begin to
count down. The time can be adjusted
during the bagel cycle by turning the
TIME dial.
As a general guide:
Desired Bagel Color
Setting
Light color bagel
1 or 2
Medium color bagel
3, 4 or 5
Dark color bagel
6 or 7
When using the BAGEL function for the
first time, we recommend toasting on the
preset browning setting ‘4’ so you can
adjust the browning setting to your
preference - considering the type and
freshness of the bagel.
b) The number of bagels is displayed as
the bottom figure on the LCD screen.
Turn the TIME dial to the left to reduce
the number of bagel halves, or to the
right to increase the number halves.
The number of bagel halves range
from ‘1’ to ‘6’.
NOTE:
Your customized BAGEL browning setting and number of bagel
halves will remain in the memory of
the oven until you change them or
unplug the oven from the wall outlet.
When the oven is plugged back into
the wall outlet, the BAGEL function
will automatically return to the
preset browning setting ’4’ and
preset number of bagel halves ‘4’.
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PRESS
NOTE:
During the BAGEL function,
Element IQ™ will automatically
adjust the power of the cooking
elements for optimum results. It is
normal to notice the bottom set of
elements turn off while the top set
is heating at full power. This ensures
the inside of the bagel is crisp while
the crust is only lightly toasted.
Element IQ™ will automatically
adjust the toasting time depending
on the heat already present inside
the oven. For example, if the oven
is already warm after one cycle of
toasting, the toasting time for the
second cycle will be less.
9.At the end of the bagel cycle, the oven
alert will sound three times and the
START/CANCEL button surround will
cease to illuminate.
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!
The outer surface of the
oven, including the oven
door, is hot during and
after operation. Always
use protective hot pads
or insulated oven mitts
when inserting, removing
or handling items from
the oven.
10.The bagel cycle can be stopped at any
time by pressing the START/
CANCEL button. This will cancel the
cycle and the button surround
illumination will go out.
BAKE FUNCTION
Elements
Top and bottom heating elements cycle on
and off to regulate the correct temperature.
The top middle element is off.
Rack Position
Bottom rack height position.
Optional Settings
CONVECTION button.
TEMPERATURE CONVERSION button.
The BAKE function cooks food evenly
throughout. This function is ideal for baking
cakes, muffins, brownies and pastries. The
BAKE function is also ideal for cooking
pre-packaged frozen meals including
lasagna and pot pies.
1.Insert the wire rack into the bottom rack
height position. The wire rack should
be positioned with the spokes facing
upwards.
NOTE:
We recommend using the bottom
rack height position during the
BAKE function. However this is a
guide only. The position of the rack
may vary depending on the type
and size of food being baked. Some
baked goods such as brownies or
pastries may be more suited to the
middle rack height position.
2.Close the oven door.
3.Turn the FUNCTION dial until the
indicator on the LCD screen reaches the
BAKE function. The top figure on the
LCD screen indicates the preset BAKE
temperature of ‘325°F’, while the bottom
figure on the LCD screen indicates the
preset time of ‘:30 MINS’. The preset
CONVECTION setting will also be
displayed.
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5.Press the START/CANCEL button to
activate this setting. The button surround
will illuminate red and the oven alert will
sound.
6.The LCD screen will indicate a
blinking ‘PREHEATING’. Once the oven
has reached the set temperature, the
temperature alert will sound.
4.The baking temperature and time
can be adjusted before or during the
baking cycle:a) The baking temperature is displayed
as the top figure on the LCD screen.
Turn the TEMPERATURE dial to adjust
the baking temperature in 10°F
increments, from 120°F to a maximum
of 450°F (or in the Celsius mode, 5°C
increments, from 50°C to a maximum
230°C).
b) The baking time is displayed as the
bottom figure on the LCD screen.
Turn the TIME dial to adjust the baking
time in one minute increments up to
1 hour, and in 5 minute increments
between 1 and 2 hours.
NOTE:
Your customized BAKE temperature
and time settings will remain in
the memory of the oven until you
change them or unplug the oven
from the wall outlet.
When the oven is plugged back
into the wall outlet, the BAKE
function will automatically return to
the preset temperature of ‘325°F’,
preset time of ‘:30 MINS’ and preset
CONVECTION setting.
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7.Place food, positioned on the Breville
enamel baking pan or in an oven-proof
dish, on the center of the wire rack so air
flows around the sides of the food.
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!
The outer surface of the
oven, including the oven
door, is hot during and
after operation. Always
use protective hot pads
or insulated oven mitts
when inserting, removing
or handling items from
the oven.
NOTE:
The following bakeware will fit into
the oven:
- ¼ sheet tray
- ¼ sheet-sized accessories with
no side handles
- 13"x 9" baking tins with no side handles
- bundt pan
- 6 cup muffin pan
- 9" pie pan
- 9" loaf pan
• Do not cover any part of the oven,
including accessories, pans, and dishes
with metal foil. This may cause overheating of the oven.
• Extreme caution should be exercised
when using pans and dishes constructed
of materials other than metal.
Even oven proof glassware can overheat
and crack due to close contact with the
oven’s heating elements.
START/CANCEL
PRESS
PREHEATING
WHEN AT
TEMPERATURE
8.After the PREHEATING alert has sounded, the timer will automatically begin to
count down in one minute increments.
The temperature and time can be adjusted during the baking cycle by turning
the corresponding TEMPERATURE and
TIME dial.
9.At the end of the baking cycle, the oven
alert will sound three times and the
START/CANCEL button surround will
cease to illuminate.
10.The baking cycle can be stopped at any
time by pressing the START/CANCEL
button. This will cancel the cycle and the
button surround illumination will go out.
• Do not use lids of any type in the oven
as hot ingredients can build up pressure
and cause injury.
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ROAST FUNCTION
Elements
Top and bottom heating elements cycle on
and off to regulate the correct temperature.
The top middle element is off.
Rack Position
Bottom rack height position.
Optional Settings
CONVECTION button.
TEMPERATURE CONVERSION button.
The ROAST function is ideal for cooking a
variety of meats and poultry that are tender
and juicy on the inside and roasted to
perfection on the outside.
1.Insert the wire rack into the bottom rack
height position. The wire rack should
be positioned with the spokes facing
upwards.
2.Close the oven door.
3.Turn the FUNCTION dial until the
indicator on the LCD screen reaches the
ROAST function. The top figure on the
LCD screen indicates the preset ROAST
temperature of ‘350°F’, while the bottom
figure on the LCD screen indicates the
preset time of ‘1:00 HRS’. The preset
CONVECTION setting will also be
displayed.
4.The roasting temperature and time can
be adjusted before or during the roasting
cycle.
a) The roasting temperature is
displayed as the top figure on the
LCD screen. Turn the TEMPERATURE
dial to adjust the roasting temperature
in 10°F increments, from 120°F to a
maximum of 450°F (or in the Celsius
mode, 5°C increments, from 50°C to a
maximum 230°C).
b) The roasting time is displayed as the
bottom figure on the LCD screen.
Turn the TIME dial to adjust the
roasting time in one minute increments
up to 1 hour, and in 5 minute
increments between 1 and 2 hours.
NOTE:
Use the table below as a guide only
to estimate and plan cooking times.
We recommend checking doneness
with a reliable meat thermometer.
Type/Cut
Roasting time
per 1lb (500g)
Beef - Rib Eye, Round or
Rib Roast
30 minutes
Pork - Loin (bone in/out)
35 minutes
Lamb - Leg (bone in/out)
30 minutes
Chicken - Whole
30 minutes
NOTE:
We recommend limiting the weight
of meats and poultry to be roasted
to 4.5 lbs (2kg). However the
actual maximum weight will vary
depending on the type, cut, shape
and size of the meat.
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NOTE:
Your customized ROAST
temperature and time settings will
remain in the memory of the oven
until you change them or unplug
the oven from the wall outlet. When
the oven is plugged back into the
wall outlet, the ROAST function will
automatically return to the preset
temperature of ‘350°F’, preset time
of ‘1:00 HRS’ and preset
CONVECTION setting.
5.Press the START/CANCEL button to
activate this setting. The button surround
will illuminate red and the oven alert will
sound.
6.The LCD screen will indicate a blinking
‘PREHEATING’. Once the oven has
reached the set temperature, the
temperature alert will sound.
7.Place food, positioned on the Breville
enamel baking pan or in an oven-proof
dish, on the center of the wire rack so air
flows around the sides of the food.
!
The outer surface of the
oven, including the oven
door, is hot during and
after operation. Always
use protective hot pads
or insulated oven mitts
when inserting, removing
or handling items from
the oven.
NOTE:
When roasting, the Breville enamel
broil rack may be inserted into
Breville enamel baking pan. When
assembled together, the broil rack
is designed to drain grease and fats
away from meats for healthier
cooking. The baking pan collects
these pan drippings and helps
prevent spattering.
NOTE:
Do not cover any part of the oven,
including accessories, pans, and
dishes with metal foil. This may
cause overheating of the oven.
NOTE:
Extreme caution should be
exercised when using pans and
dishes constructed of materials
other than metal. Even oven proof
glassware can overheat and crack
due to close contact with the oven’s
heating elements.
NOTE:
Do not use lids of any type in the
oven as hot ingredients can build up
pressure and may cause injury.
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8.After the PREHEATING alert has
sounded, the timer will automatically
begin to count down in one minute
increments. The temperature and time
can be adjusted during the roasting
cycle by turning the corresponding
TEMPERATURE and TIME dial.
BROIL FUNCTION
Elements
Top heating elements cycle on and off to
regulate the correct temperature.
Rack Position
Top rack height position.
Optional Settings
TEMPERATURE CONVERSION button.
PRESS
The BROIL function is ideal for open
sandwiches, small cuts of meat, poultry,
fish, sausages and vegetables. Broiling
can also be used to brown the tops of
casseroles and gratins.
1.Insert the wire rack into the top rack
height position. The wire rack should
be positioned with the spokes facing
upwards.
WHEN AT
TEMPERATURE
9.At the end of the roasting cycle, the
oven alert will sound three times and the
START/CANCEL button surround will
cease to illuminate.
NOTE:
Check doneness with a reliable
meat thermometer. Use an
independent timer to remind you to
check the meat temperature.
10.The roasting cycle can be stopped at
any time by pressing the START/
CANCEL button. This will cancel the
cycle and the button surround
illumination will go out.
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NOTE:
We recommend using the top rack
height position during the BROIL
function. However this is a guide
only. Certain foods may require the
middle rack height position
depending on the recipe, the
amount and size of the food and
your personal taste.
For example, the middle rack height
position may be more appropriate
for taller foods that may touch the
heating elements, thicker foods
such as hamburger patties, marinated foods such chicken wings, or
foods that require a gentle broil.
We recommend experimenting with
the rack height position, as well as
the temperature and time settings to
produce the desired results.
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2.Insert the Breville enamel broil rack into
the enamel baking pan. Place food on
the assembled broil rack or in an
oven-proof dish, then place on the center
of the wire rack so air flows around the
sides of the food.
NOTE:
Extreme caution should be
exercised when using pans and
dishes constructed of materials
other than metal. Even oven proof
glassware can overheat and crack
due to close contact with the oven’s
heating elements.
NOTE:
Do not use lids of any type in the
oven as hot ingredients can build up
pressure and cause injury.
3.Close the oven door.
NOTE:
When broiling, the enamel broil
rack must be inserted into the
Breville enamel baking pan. When
assembled together, the broil rack
is designed to drain grease and fats
away from meats for healthier
cooking. The baking pan collects
these pan drippings and helps
prevent spattering.
!
Always ensure the oven
door is completely
Closed when using the
BROIL function.
4.Turn the FUNCTION dial until the
indicator on the LCD screen reaches
the BROIL function. The top figure on
the LCD screen indicates the preset
temperature of ‘500°F’, while the bottom
figure on the LCD screen indicates the
preset time of ‘:10 MINS’.
NOTE:
Do not cover any part of the oven,
including accessories, pans, and
dishes with metal foil. This may
cause overheating of the oven.
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5.The broiling temperature and time can
be adjusted before or during the broiling
cycle.
a) The broiling temperature is displayed
as the top figure on the LCD screen.
Turn the TEMPERATURE DIAL to
adjust broiling to one of three preset
temperatures: 500°F (HIGH), 400°F
(MEDIUM), 300°F (LOW).
NOTE:
The three preset broiling
temperatures allow you to change
the broiling speed – how quickly the
tops of your food brown - depending
on the food to be broiled, quantity of
food and your personal taste. While
we suggest most foods should be
broiled using the preset 500°F, we
recommend experimenting with the
broiling temperature and time
settings to produce the desired
results.
b) The broiling time is displayed as the
bottom figure on the LCD screen.
Turn the TIME dial to adjust the broiling
time in one minute increments up to a
maximum of 20 minutes.
Type/Cut
Weight /
thickness
Grilling
time
Beef
Sirloin
Hamburger
1” (2.5cm)
1” (2.5cm)
12-15 mins
10-15 mins
Pork
Chops
Ribs
Bacon
1” (2.5cm)
1 rack
3 rashers
15 mins
20 mins
10 mins
Lamb
Neck chops
Cutlets
4 pieces
8 pieces
15 mins
10-12 mins
Sausages
Thin
Thick
8 pieces
6 pieces
8 mins
12 mins
1lb (500g)
12-15 mins
0.5lbs (250g)
20 mins
0.5lbs (250g)
1lb (500g)
8 mins
8-10 mins
Chicken
Wings
Breast or
Thigh
Fish
Cheese Melt
3-5 mins
NOTE:
Your customized BROIL
temperature and time settings will
remain in the memory of the oven
until you change them or unplug
the oven from the wall outlet. When
the oven is plugged back into the
wall outlet, the BROIL function will
automatically return to the preset
temperature of ‘500°F’, and preset
time of ‘:10MINS’.
6.Press the START/CANCEL button to
activate this setting. The button surround
will illuminate red and the oven alert will
sound.
7.The timer will be displayed and begin to
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count down in one minute increments.
The temperature and time can be
adjusted during the broiling cycle by
turning the corresponding
TEMPERATURE and TIME dial.
PIZZA FUNCTION
Elements
Top and bottom heating elements cycle on
and off to regulate the correct temperature.
Rack Position
NOTE:
Depending on the food being
broiled, it may be necessary to
turn food over half way through
the cooking time to achieve even
cooking and browning.
Middle rack height position.
Optional Settings
CONVECTION button
TEMPERATURE CONVERSION button
FROZEN FOODS button
8.At the end of the broiling cycle, the oven
alert will sound three times and the
START/CANCEL button surround will
cease to illuminate.
!
The outer surface of the
oven, including the oven
door, is hot during and
after operation. Always
use protective hot pads
or insulated oven mitts
when inserting, removing
or handling items from
the oven.
9.The broiling cycle can be stopped at any
time by pressing the START/CANCEL
button. This will cancel the cycle and the
button surround illumination will go out.
The PIZZA function melts and browns
cheese and toppings, while crisping the
pizza crust.
1.Insert the wire rack into the middle rack
height position. The wire rack should
be positioned with the spokes facing
upwards.
2.Close the oven door.
3.Turn the FUNCTION dial until the
indicator on the LCD screen reaches the
PIZZA function. The top figure on the
LCD screen indicates the preset PIZZA
temperature of ‘450°F’, while the bottom
figure on the LCD screen indicates the
preset ‘12" SIZE’. The preset
CONVECTION setting and preset
FROZEN FOODS setting will also be
displayed (see Page 16 if
cooking fresh pizza).
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4.The pizza cooking temperature and size
can be adjusted before or during the
cooking cycle.
a) The cooking temperature is
displayed as the top figure on the
LCD screen. Turn the TEMPERATURE
dial to adjust the cooking temperature
in 10°F increments, from 120°F to a
maximum of 450°F (or in the Celsius
mode, 5°C increments, from 50°C to a
maximum 230°C).
b) The cooking time is displayed as the
bottom figure on the LCD screen.
5.Press the START/CANCEL button to
activate this setting. The button surround
will illuminate red and the oven alert will
sound.
6.The LCD screen will indicate a blinking
‘PREHEATING’. Once the oven has
reached the set temperature, the
temperature alert will sound.
7.Place the Breville pizza tray or pizza on
the center of the wire rack so air flows
around the sides of the food.
The size of the pizza determines the
cooking time. Turn the TIME dial to
adjust the size of the pizza: 6", 8", 10",
12" or 13".
NOTE:
Due to the wide variety of pizzas
available, you will need to consider
whether you are cooking a fresh or
frozen pizza or a thin crust or deep
dish, and adjust the cooking time to
produce the ideal result.
For example, frozen pizzas may
need additional cooking time.
Thick crust pizzas may also require
slightly more cooking time.
NOTE:
Your customized PIZZA
temperature and size settings will
remain in the memory of the oven
until you change them or unplug
the oven from the wall outlet. When
the oven is plugged back into the
wall outlet, the PIZZA function will
automatically return to the preset
temperature of ‘450°F’, preset ’12"
SIZE’ and preset CONVECTION
and FROZEN FOODS setting.
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NOTE:
If cooking a fresh pizza, use the
Breville pizza pan. You may sprinkle
the pan with cornmeal or lightly
spray it with cooking oil to make
removing the pizza dough easier.
If cooking a pre-purchased fresh or
frozen pizza, use the Breville pizza
pan. Do not use the disposable
metal foil pizza pan that may be
provided with a pre-purchased
pizza as it may cause the oven to
overheat.
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NOTE:
If cooking a frozen pizza, ensure
to remove all packaging, including
cardboard, plastic, paper, or other
flammable materials before placing
the pizza in the oven.
Use a pizza pan when cooking a
pizza. It is not recommended to
cook pizzas directly onto the wire
rack as melted cheese and other
ingredients may come into contact
with elements and create a potential
fire risk.
8.After the PREHEATING alert has
sounded, the timer will automatically
begin to count down in one minute
increments. The temperature and time
can be adjusted during the cooking
cycle by turning the corresponding
TEMPERATURE and TIME dial.
NOTE:
Some large pizzas may brown
unevenly in compact ovens. Open
the oven door half way through the
cooking time and turn the pizza 90
degrees for more even browning.
9.At the end of the cooking cycle, the
oven alert will sound three times and the
START/CANCEL button surround will
cease to illuminate.
10.The pizza cycle can be stopped at any
time by pressing the START/CANCEL
button. This will cancel the cycle and
the button surround illumination will
go out.
A note on pizza stones
When using a pizza stone, it is necessary
to first heat the stone (without a pizza) for
optimum results.
1.Insert the wire rack into the middle rack
height position. The wire rack should
be positioned with the spokes facing
upwards.
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2.Place the pizza stone on the center of
the wire rack so air flows around the
sides of the stone.
3.Close the oven door.
4.Turn the bottom dial to the 6” pizza size.
The top figure on the LCD screen
indicates the preset temperature of
‘450°F’, while the bottom figure on the
LCD screen indicates the ‘6” SIZE’. The
preset CONVECTION setting and preset FROZEN FOODS setting will also
be displayed.
5.Press the START/CANCEL button to
activate this setting. The button surround
will illuminate red and the oven alert will
sound.
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6.The LCD screen will indicate a blinking
‘PREHEATING’. Once the oven has
reached the set temperature, the
temperature alert will sound.
7.The timer will be displayed and
automatically begin to count down in
one minute increments.
8.At the end of the pizza stone heating
cycle, the oven alert will sound three
times and the START/CANCEL button
surround will cease to illuminate.
9.Now place the frozen pizza on the
heated pizza stone.
NOTE:
If cooking a fresh pizza, we
recommend using protective hot
pads or insulated oven mitts to
remove the entire wire rack with
pizza stone, and place on the open
oven door or bench. This will assist
in transferring the fresh pizza dough
onto the heated pizza stone. Always
use protective hot pads or insulated
oven mitts to re-insert the wire rack
with pizza stone and pizza, inside
the oven.
10.Select the desired pizza setting and
press the START/CANCEL button to
restart the pizza cycle.
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COOKIE FUNCTION
Elements
Top and bottom heating elements cycle on
and off to regulate the correct temperature.
The top middle element is off.
Rack Position
Middle rack height position.
Optional Settings
CONVECTION button
TEMPERATURE CONVERSION button
FROZEN FOODS button
The COOKIE function is ideal for baking
homemade or commercially prepared
cookies and other baked treats.
Ready-to-bake crescent rolls, cinnamon
scrolls, biscuits and strudels are ideally
baked using this function.
1.Insert the wire rack into the middle rack
height position. The wire rack should
be positioned with the spokes facing
upwards.
2.Close the oven door.
3.Turn the FUNCTION dial until the
indicator on the LCD screen reaches the
COOKIE function. The top figure on the
LCD screen indicates the preset
temperature of ‘350°F’, while the bottom
figure on the LCD screen indicates the
preset time of ‘:11 MINS’. The preset
CONVECTION setting will also be
displayed.
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4.The baking temperature and time can
be adjusted before or during the baking
cycle.
a) The baking temperature is displayed
as the top figure on the LCD screen.
Turn the TEMPERATURE dial to adjust
the baking temperature in 10°F
increments, from 120°F to a maximum
of 450°F (or in the Celsius mode, 5°C
increments, from 50°C to a maximum
230°C).
b) The baking time is displayed as the
bottom figure on the LCD screen.
Turn the TIME dial to adjust the baking
time in one minute increments up to
maximum of 1 hour.
NOTE:
Due to the wide variety of cookie
types, you will need to consider
whether you’re baking fresh,
refrigerated or frozen cookie dough,
and adjust the baking time to
produce the ideal result.
NOTE:
Your customized COOKIE
temperature and time settings will
remain in the memory of the oven
until you change them or unplug
the oven from the wall outlet. When
the oven is plugged back into the
wall outlet, the COOKIE function will
automatically return to the preset
temperature of ‘350°F’, preset time
of ‘:11 MINS’ and preset
CONVECTION setting.
5.Press the START/CANCEL button to
activate this setting. The button surround
will illuminate red and the oven alert will
sound.
6.The LCD screen will indicate a blinking
‘PREHEATING’. Once the oven has
reached the set temperature, the
temperature alert will sound.
7.Place food on the Breville enamel baking
pan, Breville non-stick 13” pizza pan,
or in an oven-proof dish, then place on
the center of the wire rack so air flows
around the back, as well as the front of
the food.
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For example, frozen cookie dough
may need additional baking time.
The amount of dough per cookie or
the thickness of the cookie many
also vary the cooking time.
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NOTE:
It may be necessary to lightly grease
or line the enamel baking pan with
baking paper to prevent cookies
sticking.
NOTE:
Do not cover any part of the oven,
including accessories, pans, and
dishes with metal foil. This may
cause overheating of the oven.
NOTE:
Extreme caution should be
exercised when using pans and
dishes constructed of materials
other than metal. Even oven proof
glassware can overheat and crack
due to close contact with the oven’s
heating elements.
NOTE:
Do not use lids of any type in the
oven as hot ingredients can build up
pressure and cause injury.
8.After the PREHEATING alert has
sounded, the timer will automatically
begin to count down in one minute
increments. The temperature and time
can be adjusted during the baking
cycle by turning the corresponding
TEMPERATURE and TIME dial.
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9. At the end of the baking cycle, the oven
alert will sound three times and the
START/CANCEL button surround will
cease to illuminate.
!
The outer surface of the
oven, including the oven
door, is hot during and
after operation. Always
use protective hot pads
or insulated oven mitts
when inserting, removing
or handling items from
the oven.
10.The baking cycle can be stopped at
any time by pressing the START/
CANCEL button. This will cancel the
cycle and the button surround
illumination will go out.
OPERATING YOUR BREVILLE SMART OVEN™
REHEAT FUNCTION
Elements
Top and bottom heating elements cycle on
and off to regulate the correct temperature.
The top middle element is off.
Rack Position
Bottom rack height position.
NOTE:
Extreme caution should be
exercised when using pans and
dishes constructed of materials
other than metal. Even oven proof
glassware can overheat and crack
due to close contact with the oven’s
heating elements.
Optional Settings
CONVECTION button
TEMPERATURE CONVERSION button
The REHEAT function is ideal for reheating
leftovers without browning.
1.Insert the wire rack into the bottom rack
height position. The wire rack should
be positioned with the spokes facing
upwards.
2.Place food on the Breville enamel baking
pan or in an oven-proof dish, then place
on the center of the wire rack so air flows
around the sides of the food.
NOTE:
Do not use lids of any type in the
oven as hot ingredients can build up
pressure and cause injury.
3.Close the oven door.
4.Turn the FUNCTION dial until the
indicator on the LCD screen reaches the
REHEAT function. The top figure on the
LCD screen indicates the preset
temperature of ‘325°F’, while the bottom
figure on the LCD screen indicates the
preset time of ’:15 MINS’. The preset
CONVECTION setting will also be
displayed.
5.The reheating temperature and time can
be adjusted before or during the
reheating cycle.
NOTE:
Do not cover any part of the oven,
including accessories, pans, and
dishes with metal foil. This may
cause overheating of the oven.
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OPERATING YOUR BREVILLE SMART OVEN™
a) The reheating temperature is
displayed as the top figure on
the LCD screen. Turn the
TEMPERATURE dial to adjust
the baking temperature in 10°F
increments, from 120°F to a maximum
of 450°F (or in the Celsius mode, 5°C
increments, from 50°C to a maximum
230°C).
b) The reheating time is displayed as
the bottom figure on the LCD screen.
Turn the TIME dial to adjust the
reheating time in one minute
increments up to 1 hour, and in 5
minute increments between 1 and 2
hours.
NOTE:
Your customized REHEAT
temperature and time settings will
remain in the memory of the oven
until you change them or unplug
the oven from the wall outlet. When
the oven is plugged back into the
wall outlet, the REHEAT function will
automatically return to the preset
temperature of ‘325°F’, preset time
of ’:15 MINS’ and preset
CONVECTION setting.
6.Press the START/CANCEL button to
activate this setting. The button surround
will illuminate red and the oven alert will
sound.
7.The timer will be displayed and begin to
count down in one minute increments.
The temperature and time can be
adjusted during the reheating cycle by
turning the corresponding
TEMPERATURE or TIME dial.
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8.At the end of the reheating cycle, the
oven alert will sound three times and the
START/CANCEL button surround will
cease to illuminate.
!
The outer surface of the
oven, including the oven
door, is hot during and
after operation. Always
use protective hot pads
or insulated oven mitts
when inserting, removing
or handling items from
the oven.
9.The reheating cycle can be stopped at
any time by pressing the START/
CANCEL button. This will cancel the
cycle and the button surround
illumination will go out.
OPERATING YOUR BREVILLE SMART OVEN™
WARM FUNCTION
Elements
Top and bottom heating elements cycle on
and off to regulate the correct temperature.
The top middle element is off.
Rack Position
Bottom rack height position.
NOTE:
Extreme caution should be
exercised when using pans and
dishes constructed of materials
other than metal. Even oven proof
glassware can overheat and crack
due to close contact with the oven’s
heating elements.
Optional Settings
CONVECTION button
TEMPERATURE CONVERSION button
The WARM function maintains hot foods at
the recommended temperature to prevent
bacterial growth (160°F or above).
1.Insert the wire rack into the bottom rack
height position. The wire rack should be
positioned so the spokes face upwards.
2.Place food on the Breville enamel baking
pan or in an oven-proof dish, then place
on the center of the wire rack so air flows
around the sides of the food.
NOTE:
Do not cover any part of the oven,
including accessories, pans, and
dishes with metal foil. This may
cause overheating of the oven.
NOTE:
Do not use lids of any type in the
oven as hot ingredients can build up
pressure and cause injury.
3.Close the oven door.
4.Turn the FUNCTION dial until the
indicator on the LCD screen reaches the
WARM function. The top figure on the
LCD screen indicates the preset
temperature of ‘160°F’, while the bottom
figure on the LCD screen indicates the
preset time of ’1:00 HRS’. The
KEEP WARM symbol will also be
displayed.
5.The warming temperature and time can
be adjusted before or during the warming
cycle.
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OPERATING YOUR BREVILLE SMART OVEN™
a) The warming temperature is displayed as the top figure on the LCD
screen.
Turn the TEMPERATURE dial to adjust
the warming temperature in 10°F
increments, from 120°F to a maximum
of 450°F (or in the Celsius mode, 5°C
increments, from 50°C to a maximum
230°C).
b) The warming time is displayed as the
bottom figure on the LCD screen.
Turn the TIME dial to adjust the baking
time in one minute increments up to
1 hour, and in 5 minute increments
between 1 and 2 hours
6.Press the START/CANCEL button to
activate this setting. The button surround
will illuminate red and the oven alert will
sound.
7.The timer will be displayed and begin to
count down in one minute increments.
The temperature and time can be
adjusted during the warming cycle by
turning the corresponding
TEMPERATURE and TIME dial.
8.At the end of the warming cycle, the
oven alert will sound three times and the
START/CANCEL button surround will
cease to illuminate.
!
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The outer surface of the
oven, including the oven
door, is hot during and
after operation. Always
use protective hot pads
or insulated oven mitts
when inserting, removing
or handling items from
the oven.
9.The warming cycle can be stopped at
any time by pressing the START/
CANCEL button. This will cancel the
cycle and the button surround
illumination will go out.
USING THE PLATE
WARMING TRAY
of your Breville Smart Oven™
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USING THE PLATE WARMING TRAY
The top of the oven is very hot during and
after operation. Do not store any item on
top of the oven when in operation.
The only exceptions are:
• One layer of ceramic plates for warming.
• Any accessory provided by Breville for
use in the ribbed section on top of the
oven. Visit www.breville.com for more
information.
!
The use of any accessory
attachments not recommended by Breville may
cause injuries.
!
The outer surface of the
oven, including the oven
door, is hot during and
after operation. Always
use protective hot pads or
insulated oven mitts when
inserting, removing or
handling items from the
oven. Alternatively, allow
the oven to cool down
before handling.
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CARE & CLEANING
your Breville Smart Oven™
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CARE & CLEANING YOUR BREVILLE SMART OVEN™
Ensure the oven is turned OFF by pressing
the START/CANCEL button on the control
panel. The oven is OFF when the button
surround illumination goes out. Remove the
power plug from the wall outlet. Allow the
oven and all accessories to cool completely
before disassembling and cleaning.
NOTE:
Do not use abrasive cleansers,
metal scouring pads or metal
utensils on any of the interior or
exterior surfaces of the oven,
including the crumb tray.
Do not use abrasive cleansers,
metal scouring pads or metal
utensils to clean any of the
accessories as they may damage
the porcelain enamel finish of the
baking pan and broiling rack or
scratch the non-stick coating on
the pizza pan.
Cleaning the outer body and door
1.Wipe the outer body with a soft, damp
sponge. A non-abrasive liquid cleanser or
mild spray solution may be used to avoid
build-up of stains. Apply the cleanser to
the sponge, not the oven surface, before
cleaning.
2.To clean the glass door, use a glass
cleaner or mild detergent and a soft,
damp sponge or soft plastic scouring
pad. Do not use an abrasive cleanser or
metal scouring pad as these will scratch
the oven surface.
3.Let all surfaces dry thoroughly prior to
inserting the power plug into a wall outlet
and turning the oven ON.
!
Do not immerse the body,
power cord or power plug
in water or any other
liquid as this may cause
electrocution
Cleaning the interior
1.The walls on the inside of the oven feature a non-stick coating for easy cleaning. To clean any spattering that may occur while cooking, wipe the walls with a
soft, damp sponge. A non-abrasive liquid
cleanser or mild spray solution may be
used to avoid build-up of stains. Apply
the cleanser to the sponge, not the oven
surface, before cleaning. Avoid touching
the quartz heating elements.
!
Use extreme caution when
cleaning the quartz
heating elements. Allow
the oven to cool
completely, then gently
rub a soft, damp sponge or
cloth along the length of
the heating element. Do not
use any type of cleanser
or cleaning agent. Let all
surfaces dry thoroughly
prior to inserting the
power plug into a wall
outlet and turning the
oven ON.
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CARE & CLEANING YOUR BREVILLE SMART OVEN™
2.Let all surfaces dry thoroughly prior to
inserting the power plug into a wall outlet
and turning the oven ON.
oven, the broil rack is inserted into the
baking pan and resting on the wire rack
in the middle rack height position.
Cleaning the crumb tray
5.Ensure the door is closed.
1.After each use, slide out the crumb tray
and discard crumbs. Wipe the tray with a
soft, damp sponge. A non-abrasive liquid
cleanser may be used to avoid build-up
of stains. Apply the cleanser to the
sponge, not the tray, before cleaning.
Dry thoroughly.
6.Store the appliance in an upright position
standing level on its support legs. Do not
store anything on top.
2.To remove baked-on grease, soak the
tray in warm soapy water then wash with
a soft sponge or soft plastic scouring
pad. Rinse and dry thoroughly.
3.Always ensure to re-insert the crumb tray
into the oven after cleaning and prior to
inserting the power plug into a wall outlet
and turning the oven ON.
Cleaning the wire rack, broil rack,
baking pan and pizza pan
1.Wash all accessories in warm soapy
water with a soft sponge or soft plastic
scouring pad. Rinse and dry thoroughly.
2.The wire rack, broil rack, baking pan and
pizza pan are also dishwasher safe.
Storage
1.Ensure the oven is turned OFF by
pressing the START/CANCEL button on
the control panel. The oven is OFF when
the button surround illumination goes
out. Then remove the power plug from
the wall outlet.
2.Allow the oven and all accessories to
cool completely.
3.Ensure the oven and all accessories are
clean and dry.
4.Ensure the crumb tray is inserted into the
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TROUBLESHOOTING
POSSIBLE PROBLEM
EASY SOLUTION
• Check that the power plug is securely inserted
into the outlet
Oven will not switch
“ON”
• Insert the power plug into an independent outlet
• Insert the power plug into a different outlet
• Reset the circuit breaker if necessary
I would like to have
the oven LCD default
settings back
The LCD display light
has gone out
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• The oven will remember the last setting used for
each function unless you remove the plug from
the wall outlet.
• To restore the oven’s default settings for each
function, remove the plug from the wall outlet.
Wait 5 seconds, then plug back in.
• The oven goes into standby mode if not used
for 10 minutes. When in standby mode, the LCD
screen will cease to illuminate, however all
function options will still be visible.
• To re-activate the oven out of standby mode,
press the START/CANCEL button on the control
panel, or turn any dial. The LCD screen will
re-illuminate.
The pizza does not
cook evenly
• Some large pizzas may brown unevenly in compact ovens. Open the oven door half way through
the cooking time and turn the pizza 90 degrees
for more even browning.
The Magnetic
Auto-Rack Eject comes
out too far when I open
the door
• Always open the door slowly and in a controlled
manner when the wire rack is inserted into this
rack height position to prevent the wire rack from
ejecting too quickly.
I cannot select the
FROZEN FOODS button
• The FROZEN FOODS button is only selectable
during the TOAST, BAGEL, PIZZA and COOKIE
functions.
TrOUBLESHOOTING
POSSIBLE PROBLEM
EASY SOLUTION
Steam is coming out
from the top of the
oven door
• This is normal. The door is vented to release
steam created from high-moisture content foods
such as frozen breads.
The heating elements
appear to be pulsing
• Element IQ™ accurately controls the heat inside
the oven by pulsing the power in the heating
elements in short bursts. This is normal.
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RECIPES
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RECIPES
BAGEL CHIPS
TOASTED PUMPKIN SEEDS
Function: TOAST
Setting: #3 darkness, 2 slices
Function: TOAST
Setting: #2 darkness, 1 slice
Yield: 1 cup
3 Bagels assorted flavors
½ Cup (125 ml) Olive oil
1 Teaspoon (5 ml) Kosher salt
Pinch Cayenne pepper
2 Tablespoon (30 ml) Dried basil
½ Teaspoon (2.5 ml) Garlic powder
¼ Teaspoon (1 ml) Paprika
1.In a small bowl, combine the olive oil,
kosher salt, cayenne pepper, dried basil,
garlic powder and paprika. Set aside.
2.Set one bagel on a cutting board and
using a serrated knife, cut the bagel
vertically into ¹/8 inch thick slices.
Brush with the oil mixture and set aside.
Repeat with remaining bagels.
3.Arrange the slices onto the Breville nonstick pizza pan in a single layer. Position
the wire rack in the middle rack heigh
position. Turn the function dial until the
indicator on the LCD screen points to the
TOAST function. Select #3 darkness and
set the number of slices to 2. Press the
START/CANCEL button to activate.
1 Cup (250 ml) Pumpkin seeds
1.Spread pumpkin seeds onto the Breville
non-stick pizza pan.
2.Set the wire rack in the middle rack
height position and turn the function dial
until the indicator on the LCD screen
points to the TOAST function. Select #2
darkness, and set to #1 slice.
3.Press START/CANCEL button to
activate. The pumpkin seeds will make
popping sounds as it nears the end of
the toasting time.
4.Allow pumpkin seeds to cool before
using.
NOTE:
Toasted pumpkin seeds add crunch
to a velvety soup. Also try them in
your favorite salad.
4.Remove the bagel chips from the oven
and place them on a cooling rack. The
chips will crisp up as they cool.
5.Store the bagel chips in an airtight
container.
NOTE:
Bagel chips are a great snack
on their own and even better
accompanied with assorted cheeses
and spreads. Try them with our crab
dip recipe. (Page 52)
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RECIPES
SPICED CROUTONS
Function: TOAST
Setting: #3 darkness, 2 slices
Yield: 4 cups
4 Cups ½ inch cubed sour dough bread
¼ Cup (60 ml) Olive oil
3 Tablespoons (45 ml) Spice Blend (see
below)
1.In a large bowl, toss together the cubed
sour dough bread and olive oil. Sprinkle
the spice blend over the croutons and
toss to evenly coat.
1.Spread the fennel seeds, coriander
seeds and black peppercorns onto the
Breville non-stick pizza pan.
2.Set the wire rack in the middle rack
height position and turn the function dial
until the indicator on the LCD screen
points to the TOAST function. Set the
darkness to #2 and number of slices to
1. Press START/CANCEL to activate.
The spices will make popping sounds
when it nears the end of the toasting
time.
3.Allow to cool prior to grinding using a
food processor or coffee grinder.
2.Spread the croutons in an even layer
onto the Breville non-stick pizza pan.
3. Set the wire rack in the middle rack
height position and turn the function dial
until the indicator on the LCD screen
points to the TOAST function. Set the
darkness to #3 and number of slices to
#2. Press START/CANCEL button to
activate.
NOTE :
Try the Spiced Croutons in the
Roasted Butternut Squash Soup
(Page 60) or use it in place of a stuffing for chicken or Cornish hen.
BAKED CRAB DIP
Function: BAKE
Temperature: 375°F (192°C)
Cooking Time: 20-25 minutes
Convection Fan: OFF
Yield: 2 cups
4 oz (115 g) Cream cheese, room
temperature
½ Cup (125 ml) Mayonnaise
½ Cup (125 ml) Shredded cheddar cheese
1 ½ Cup (375 ml) Crab meat
2 Tablespoons (30 ml) Lemon juice
½ Teaspoon (2.5 ml) Hot sauce
SPICE BLEND
1 Teaspoon (5 ml) Worcestershire sauce
Function: TOAST
Setting: #2 darkness, 1 slice
Yield: ½ cup
¼ Cup (60 ml) Fresh basil, chopped
¼ Cup (60 ml) Fennel seeds
1 Tablespoon (15 ml) Coriander seeds
1 Tablespoon (15 ml) Black pepper corns
¼ Teaspoon (2.5 ml) Chili powder
2 Tablespoon (30 ml) Kosher salt
2 Tablespoon (30 ml) Ground cinnamon
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2 Green onions, finely sliced
1.Cream the cheese in a medium sized
bowl. Add mayonnaise, cheddar cheese,
lemon juice, hot sauce, and
Worcestershire sauce. Gently fold in the
crab, basil and green onions.
2.Turn the dip into a 4-cup baking dish.
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3.Set the wire rack in the bottom rack height
position and turn the FUNCTION dial until
the indicator on the LCD screen points
to BAKE. Set the temperature to 375°F
(192°C) and the timer to 20 minutes. Press
the START/CANCEL button to activate.
4.Bake the dip until it bubbles and the top is
golden.
5.Serve with bagel chips (Page 51) and an
assortment of cold vegetables
CRAB STUFFED CREMINI
MUSHROOM CAPS
Function: BAKE and BROIL
Temperature: 375°F (192°C)
Cooking Time: 20-25 minutes
Convection Fan: ON
Yield: 24 medium sized mushroom caps
4.Turn convection fan on and set the
temperature to 375°F (192°C) and the
timer for 20 minutes. Press the START/
CANCEL button to activate.
5.When the mushrooms are a golden color
remove from the oven and sprinkle ¼ cup
shredded Asiago cheese and 3
tablespoons of the breadcrumbs on top
of the cheese. Set the wire rack to the
top rack height position and turn the
FUNCTION dial until the indicator on the
LCD screen points to BROIL. Set the
temperature to 400°F (205°C) and broil
for 1-2 minutes, or until the cheese melts.
6.Remove the mushrooms from the oven
and squeeze the lemon over the filled
mushroom caps.
2 Cups (500 ml) Crab Dip Recipe, not baked
(Page 52)
¼ Cup plus 3 tablespoons (80 ml) Bread
crumbs
1 Pound (454 g) Cremini mushrooms 2 inch
round size
3 oz (85 g) Asiago Cheese, shredded
½ Lemon
1.Lightly brush off any dirt with a dry
dish towel. Gently snap off the stem
taking care not to break the cap. Discard
stem or save them for another use.
2.Fold together ¼ cup breadcrumbs and
crab dip recipe. Spoon the filling into each
mushroom cap. Arrange in a single layer
and place on the Breville non stick pizza
pan.
3.Set the wire rack in the bottom rack height
position and turn the FUNCTION dial until
the indicator on the LCD screen points to
the BAKE function.
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RECIPES
BRUSCHETTA WITH ROASTED
GARLIC BUTTER, CHERRY
TOMATOES AND ROASTED
YELLOW PEPPER
Function: ROAST, BROIL and TOAST
Yield: 24 pieces
Ingredients
1 French baguette
40 Cherry or grape tomatoes
1 Roasted Garlic Butter
(See recipe below)
1 Roasted yellow pepper
2 Tablespoons (30 ml) Olive oil
½ Teaspoon (2.5 ml) Salt
¼ Teaspoon (1 ml) Black pepper
¼ Cup (60 ml) Fresh basil, chopped
2.5 oz. (70 g) Goat cheese (optional)
Ingredients for Roasted Garlic Butter
1 Garlic bulb, whole
1 Tablespoon (15 ml) Olive oil
¼ Teaspoon (2.5 ml) Salt
Pinch Black pepper
2 Sprigs of thyme
1 Bay leaf
1 Square foot piece of foil
¼ Cup (60 ml) Unsalted butter, softened
Roasting the yellow pepper
1.Cut the yellow pepper in half and remove
the seeds and stem. Flatten each half
onto the roasting pan lined with foil.
Set the wire rack in the top rack height
position and turn the FUNCTION dial until
the indicator on the LCD screen points
to BROIL.
2.Set the temperature to 500°F (260°C).
Set the timer for 7 minutes. Press the
START/CANCEL button.
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3.Broil the pepper until the skin is blacked.
4.Remove the pepper from the oven and
enclose it in the foil. The moisture from
the steam will enable the skin to loosen
easily from the flesh.
5.When cool enough to handle peel away
the skin. Cut the pepper in small dices.
Preparing the Roasted Garlic Butter
1.Place the garlic bulb in the center of the
foil. Drizzle with olive oil, season with
salt and pepper. Place the thyme and
bay leaf on the bulb. Bring the sides of
the foil together tightly, forming a pouch
and place on the Breville pizza pan. Set
the wire rack in the bottom rack height
position and turn the FUNCTION dial until
the indicator on the LCD screen points to
ROAST.
2.Set the temperature to 400°F (205°C)
and the timer to 30 minutes. Press the
START/CANCEL button to activate.
3.Remove from the oven when the garlic is
soft. Allow to cool then in a small bowl,
squeeze the bulb until the pulp is released. Combine with butter and season
with salt and pepper.
4.Cut the cherry or grape tomatoes
in half and then in thirds. Place in a medium-sized bowl. Add diced roasted yellow
peppers and olive oil. Season with salt,
pepper and add fresh basil. Set aside.
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Putting the bruschetta together
ROASTED TOMATO HALVES
5.Cut the baguette diagonally into ½ inch
slices. Generously spread a layer of the
garlic butter on one side of the toast
slices. Arrange butter side up in a single
layer on the wire rack and position in
the middle rack height position. Turn the
function dial until the indicator on the
LCD screen points to TOAST. Set the
darkness to #4 and the number of slices
to 6. Press the START/CANCEL button
to activate.
Function: ROAST
Temperature: 325°F (162°C)
Cooking Time: 30 minutes
Convection Fan: ON
Yield: 4 cups (approximately)
2 Pounds (1 kg) Ripe plum tomatoes
1 Teaspoon (5 ml) Kosher salt
¼ Teaspoon (2.5 ml) Black pepper
2 Tablespoons (30 ml) Olive oil
3 Garlic cloves, sliced
6.Remove from the oven and when easy to
handle, place a heaping tablespoon of
the tomato yellow pepper mixture onto
the baguette.
1.Cut the plum tomatoes in half lengthwise.
Discard seeds and liquid. Place tomatoes
cut side up onto the Breville baking pan.
OPTIONAL
2.Drizzle with olive oil, season with salt and
pepper and dot with sliced garlic.
If desired, top with crumbled goat cheese
and set the wire rack in the top rack
height position. Turn the function dial
until the indicator points to BROIL. Set
the temperature to 300°F (150°C) for 4
minutes. Press the START/CANCEL button
to activate.
3.Insert the wire rack into the bottom rack
height position and turn the FUNCTION
dial until the indicator on the LCD screen
points to the ROAST function.
4.Adjust the temperature to 325°F (162°C).
Set the timer at 25 minutes. Activate the
convection and press the START/
CANCEL button.
5.Roast for the time indicated or until the
tomatoes soften.
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RECIPES
TOASTED CHICKEN SANDWICH
WITH BALSAMIC CARAMELIZED
ONION AND CAMEMBERT
Function: ROAST & TOAST
Setting: 375°F (192°C); darkness #4, 2
slices
Convection Fan: OFF
Yield: 4 generous servings
Ingredients for Sandwich
1 French baguette
¼ Cup (60 ml) Fig jam
2 Tablespoons (30 ml) Unsalted butter,
softened
2 Roasted Chicken Breasts (see recipe
below)
3 Cups (750 ml) Loosely packed baby
arugula leaves
6 oz (170g) Camembert
Balsamic Caramelized Onions
(see recipe below)
Ingredients for Balsamic Caramelized
Onions
1 Small Onion, sliced
2 Tablespoons (30 ml) Olive oil
2 Tablespoons (30 ml) Water
3 Tablespoons (45ml) Balsamic vinegar
½ Teaspoon (2.5 ml) Salt
1 Teaspoon (5 ml) Granulated sugar
Ingredients for Roasted Chicken
Breasts
2 Boneless, skinless chicken breasts
2 Tablespoons (30 ml) Olive oil
½ Teaspoon (2.5 ml) Salt
¼ Teaspoon (1 ml) Pepper
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Procedure for Balsamic Caramelized
Onions
1.In a small sauté pan, heat the olive oil
and sauté the onions for 1 minute. Add
water, balsamic vinegar, salt and sugar
and continue to cook on low heat for
about 20 minutes, stirring occasionally.
Procedure for Roasted Chicken
Breasts
1.Brush the chicken breasts with olive oil
and season with salt and pepper.
Set the wire rack in the bottom rack
height position. Turn the FUNCTION dial
until the indicator on the LCD screen
points to the ROAST function.
2.Set the temperature to 375°F (192°C)
with convection fan turned on. Press
START/CANCEL button to activate. Bake
for approximately 20 minutes, or until no
longer pink inside. Allow the chicken
breast to rest 10 minutes before slicing.
Assembling the Sandwich
1.Slice through the French baguette
lengthwise then cut the baguette in half.
Spread softened butter on the top two
sides of the bread and fig jam on the bottom two sides of the bread.
2.Slice the chicken breasts diagonally in
¼ inch slices. Arrange chicken on the fig
jam side of the bread. Spread the balsamic caramelized onions on the chicken
and top with sliced Camembert cheese.
3.Place the four halves side by side onto
the Breville non-stick pizza pan. Insert
the wire rack in the middle rack height
position and turn the FUNCTION dial until
the indicator on the LCD screen points to
the TOAST function. Set the darkness to
#4 and the number of slices to 2. Press
the START/CANCEL button to activate.
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4.Remove the sandwich from the oven and
arrange the arugula on top of the side that
has the Camembert. Place buttered side
of bread on top. Cut each sandwich in
half.
TOMATO SAUCE FOR PIZZA
Yield: 4 cups (approximately)
1 Portion Roasted Tomato Halves (Page 55)
1 Garlic clove, minced
2 Tablespoons (30 ml) Olive oil
1 Teaspoon (5 ml) Salt
¼ Teaspoon (1ml) Pepper
¼ Cup (60 ml) Fresh basil, chopped
1.Follow the recipe for the Roasted Tomato
Halves (Page 55). Peel and discard
the skin of the roasted tomatoes. Place
tomatoes and all the juices in a blender or
food processor and puree until smooth.
2.Heat a medium saucepan with the olive
oil. Add garlic and cook for 30 seconds.
Add the tomato puree and bring the
sauce to a boil. Turn the sauce down to a
simmer and season with salt and pepper.
3.Add fresh basil and continue cooking for
5 minutes.
Cool the sauce prior to using for the pizza
recipes that follow.
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PIZZA DOUGH
Yield: Two 13” pizza doughs
¾ Cup + 2 tablespoons (210 ml) Warm
water
1 ¾ Teaspoons (8 ml) Quick Rise Instant
Yeast
1 Teaspoon (5 ml) Honey
2 Cups (500 ml) Unbleached all purpose
flour
3 Tablespoons (45 ml) Yellow cornmeal
(optional)
1 Teaspoon (5 ml) Kosher salt
1.In a small bowl, dissolve the honey in
water. Sprinkle the yeast on top of the
water and let stand for 3 minutes. In a
medium bowl, mix together the flour,
cornmeal (if using) and salt. Pour the
water/yeast mixture into the flour and mix
to form a ball. Transfer the contents onto
a working surface and knead the dough
for approximately 7 to 10 minutes or until
you have formed a smooth and elastic
dough.
2.Grease the bottom and sides of a clean
medium size bowl with olive oil
(approximately 1 teaspoon).
TIP: For a crispier crust, add one more
minute.
PIZZA RECIPE SUGGESTIONS
There are no right or wrong pizza
combinations. The best ingredients could
be the leftovers found in your very own
fridge. Here are some of our suggestions
to wet your palate.
Margherita
½ cup Tomato Sauce (Page 57), ¾ cup
torn bocconcini cheese, fresh basil and
fresh oregano for garnish. Drizzle with olive
oil. Bake using the default PIZZA setting,
de-select the FROZEN and CONVECTION
settings and press START/CANCEL to
activate.
Moda
Spread ½ cup Tomato Sauce (Page 57) on
the dough, decorate with torn fresh basil,
sprinkle ½ cup mozzarella cheese, 1/3 cup
crumbled goat cheese, 1/3 cup Balsamic
Caramelized Onions (Page 56), ¼ cup
dry black olives, 10 cherry tomato halves
(seeded and water removed) or Roasted
Yellow Peppers (Page 54) and ¹/ ³ cup
Roasted Chicken Breast (Page 56).
3.Place the ball inside the bowl; turn it over
to grease the underside. Cover the bowl
lightly with plastic wrap and set aside.
Allow the dough to rise approximately
30 minutes.
Bake using the default PIZZA setting,
de-select the FROZEN and CONVECTION
settings and press START/CANCEL to
activate.
4.When the dough is proofed, divide it in
half. Stretch the dough to fit the Breville
non-stick pizza pan and top with your
favorite toppings.
Drizzle olive oil on the rolled pizza dough.
Spread artichoke puree and top with
three slices torn Prosciutto di Parma,
thinly sliced sundried tomatoes and
dot with Gorgonzola cheese and lightly
toasted walnuts. Bake using the default
PIZZA setting, de-select the FROZEN and
CONVECTION settings and press START/
CANCEL to activate.
5.To bake the pizza turn the funtion dial
until the indicator on the LCD screen
points to PIZZA function.
6.De-select the FROZEN and
CONVECTION settings. Bake the pizza
for the default temperature time.
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Parma-Zola
After baked, drizzle with basil oil.
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Troppo Picante
DESSERT PIZZAS
Spread ¾ cup Tomato Sauce (Page 57),
5 slices hot soppresatta salami, sliced
green olives, hot peppers, and smoked
mozzarella cheese. Bake using the default
PIZZA setting, de-select the FROZEN and
CONVECTION settings and press START/
CANCEL to activate. If desired, serve with
a drizzle of hot oil.
Banana Chocolate
Tre-Funghi
Spread ¾ cup Tomato Sauce for pizza
(Page 57). Sauté button, oyster and
Portobello mushrooms in butter with garlic,
freshly chopped rosemary and thyme.
Season with salt and pepper and allow to
cool before spreading on the pizza. Top
with mozzarella. Bake using the default
PIZZA setting, de-select the FROZEN and
CONVECTION settings and press START/
CANCEL to activate.
Al Salmone
Spread the dough on the pizza pan. Brush
with olive oil and bake using the default
PIZZA setting, de-select the FROZEN and
CONVECTION settings and press START/
CANCEL to activate.
Brush melted butter on the pizza dough
and sprinkle with 1 tablespoon of sugar
and ½ teaspoon cinnamon. Bake using
the default PIZZA setting, de-select the
FROZEN and CONVECTION settings and
press START/CANCEL to activate.
Remove cooked crust from the oven
and top with sliced bananas, drizzle with
melted chocolate.
If desired, serve with vanilla ice cream.
Caramelized Pear with Walnut
Brush melted butter on the pizza dough
and sprinkle 1 tablespoon sugar.
Bake using the default PIZZA setting,
de-select the FROZEN and CONVECTION
settings and press START/CANCEL to
activate.
Remove cooked crust from the oven
and spread ½ cup mascarpone cheese
sweetened with honey. Sautéed thinly
sliced pears in butter and 1 tablespoon
sugar until caramelized. Top pizza with
caramelized pears and toasted walnuts.
In a small bowl, combine ¼ of a small red
onion sliced thin, 1 tablespoon capers, 2
tablespoons olive oil and ½ tablespoon
white balsamic vinegar, season with salt
and pepper. Toss to coat.
Remove pizza from oven and blanket with
smoked salmon, and decorate with onion
mixture. Garnish with fresh dill.
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RECIPES
ROASTED BUTTERNUT SQUASH
SOUP
Function: ROAST
Temperature: 400°F (205°C)
Cooking Time: 30 minutes
Convection Fan: ON
Yield: 1.5 litres
Roasting vegetables in the BREVILLE
SMART OVEN™ intensifies the flavor by
drawing out the natural sugars through
caramelization.
1.5 lbs (750 g) Butternut squash, peeled
and cut into 1 inch cubes
1 Small Yellow onion, chopped
2 Tablespoons (30 ml) Olive oil
½ Teaspoon (2.5 ml) Salt
¼ Teaspoon (1 ml) Ground black pepper
4 Sprigs Fresh thyme
1 Apple, peeled and chopped in 1 inch
cubes
1 leek
2 Tablespoons (30 ml) Unsalted butter
2 Teaspoons (10 ml) Curry powder
1 Cup (250 ml) Apple cider
4 Cups (1 litre) Chicken stock
1 Cup (250 ml) Sour cream
Toasted Pumpkin Seeds, (Page 51) or
2 Cups (500 ml) Spiced Croutons
(Page 52)
1.In a large bowl toss cubed butternut
squash, apple, yellow onion, pepper and
fresh thyme in olive oil to coat.
2.Place the ingredients into the roasting
pan. Set the wire rack to the bottom rack
height position. Turn the function dial until
the indicator on the LCD screen points to
the ROAST function. Set the temperature
to 400°F (205°C) and the timer to 30
minutes. Press START/CANCEL to
activate.
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3.In the meantime, using only the white
part of the leek, slice it in half lengthwise.
Rinse under cold running water to clean
off any dirt that may be trapped in
between the layers. Slice into ¼ inch
slices.
4.In a medium stockpot, on low-medium
heat, melt the butter until it becomes
foamy. Add the sliced leek and cook until
softened, about 7 minutes. Add the curry
powder, salt and pepper and continue
to cook for 1 minute. Add the roasted
butternut squash, apple and onion to the
stockpot and mix to coat with the spices.
5.Deglaze with apple cider, scraping the
bottom of the pot to release any stuck
on bits. Add stock and bring to a boil.
Turn down to a simmer and cook for 20
minutes with the lid on. Allow the soup to
cool before pureeing in a blender or food
processor.
6.Divide amongst bowls and garnish with
a dollop of sour cream or mascarpone
cheese. Sprinkle 1 tablespoon of Toasted
Pumpkin Seeds (Page 51) or Spiced
Croutons (Page 52).
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RATATOUILLE GRATIN
Function: ROAST and BAKE
Temperature: 400°F (205°C) and 350°F
(175°C)
Cooking Time: 50 minutes
Convection Fan: ON
Yield: 6 to 8 servings
This dish is even better the next day. Use
the re-heat setting to warm through.
1 Pound (500 g) Plum tomatoes
1.In the roasting pan, combine 2
tablespoons of the olive oil and diced
eggplant. Toss to coat. Set the wire rack
to the bottom rack height position. Turn
the function dial until the indicator on
the LCD screen points to the ROAST
function. Set the temperature to 400°F
(205°C) and the timer to 20 minutes.
Turn convection on and press the
START/CANCEL button to activate.
Roast the eggplants for 20 minutes,
turning occasionally.
3 Baby eggplants, cut in 1 inch cubes
For the Gratin
¼ Cup (60 ml) Olive oil
1.In a small bowl, combine bread crumbs,
cheese, fresh basil, salt, pepper and olive
oil. Mix together using a fork. Set aside.
1 Large Yellow onion, thinly sliced
1 Large Red bell pepper, cored, seeded,
thinly sliced
2 Garlic cloves, thinly sliced
½ Teaspoon (2.5 ml) Herbes de Provence
1 Cup (250 ml) Fresh basil leaves,chopped
2 Small zucchini, thinly sliced
1 Teaspoon (5 ml) Salt
½ Teaspoon (2.5 ml) Black pepper
Gratin
¼ Cup (60 ml) Fresh bread crumbs
2 Tablespoons (30 ml) Freshly grated
Parmesan cheese
2 Tablespoons (30 ml) Fresh basil,
chopped
1 Tablespoon (15 ml) Olive oil
¼ Teaspoon (2.5 ml) Salt
Pinch Black pepper
2.Meanwhile, thinly slice two tomatoes
and set aside. Chop remaining tomatoes
and set aside. In a sauté pan, heat 1
tablespoon olive oil, add onions and
cook for 5 minutes. Add bell peppers,
sliced zucchini, garlic, herbes de
Provence and cook for an additional 5
minutes. Add the chopped tomatoes
and cook until juices are beginning to
evaporate.
3.Remove from the heat. Add roasted
eggplant, basil, salt and pepper. Place
the vegetables inside a 13 x 9 x 3 inch
heat proof dish. Press firmly using the
back of a wooden spoon.
4.Arrange sliced tomatoes on top,
overlapping slightly. Sprinkle with
“Gratin.” Turn the function dial until the
indicator on the LCD screen points to the
BAKE function. Set the temperature to
350°F (175°C) with CONVECTION turned
on and set the timer for 30 minutes.
Press the START/CANCEL button to
activate.
5.Bake until the cheese is melted and the
top is golden and crispy.
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SPINACH AND CHEESE
CANNELLONI
Function: BAKE
Temperature: 400°F (200°C)
Cooking Time: 30 minutes
Convection Fan: ON
Yield: 5 servings
Ingredients for the Filling
3 Tablespoons (45 ml) Olive oil
1 Small Onion
2 Garlic cloves, minced
10 oz (280 g) Fresh baby spinach
1 ¾ Cups (420 ml) Fresh ricotta
1 Large Egg, lightly beaten
½ Cup (125 ml) Fresh Italian parsley,
chopped
3 oz (90 g) Sliced prosciutto (optional)
¼ Teaspoon (1.5 ml) Salt
Pinch Black pepper
½ Cup (125 ml) Freshly grated parmesan
cheese
10, 6 x 4 inch Fresh Lasange sheets
Ingredients for Béchamel Sauce
(White Sauce)
2 Tablespoons (30 ml) Unsalted butter
2 Tablespoons (30 ml) Unbleached all
purpose flour
4 Cups (1 litre) Milk
¼ Teaspoon (1 ml) Salt
¼ Teaspoon (1 ml) Black pepper
1/8 Teaspoon (.5 ml) Freshly grated nutmeg
½ Cup (125 ml) Parmesan cheese, grated
Procedure for Béchamel Sauce
1.Heat butter in a heavy saucepot over
medium-low heat. Add the flour to the
butter and whisk together. Cook the
“roux” for one minute.
2.Gradually add the milk to the roux,
beating constantly. Bring the sauce to a
boil.
3.Reduce heat to a simmer and cook for
5 more minutes, stirring constantly (the
sauce will thicken). Remove from heat
and whisk in salt, pepper, nutmeg and
the cheese.
4.Strain the sauce. Keep covered and set
aside.
Procedure for Cannelloni
1.In a sauté pan set over medium heat,
heat the oil. Add onion and cook for five
minutes, or until lightly browned. Add
garlic and cook for another 30 seconds.
Add baby spinach and stir until wilted.
2.Remove from heat and cool completely.
3.Combine spinach, ricotta, egg,
parsley, prosciutto, salt, pepper and
all but remaining 2 tablespoons of
Parmesan cheese. Set aside.
4.Bring a large pot of salted water to a boil.
Gently drop 2 Lasange sheets into the
boiling water stirring to separate. Cook
for 2 minutes. Remove pasta using a
slotted spoon and place directly into an
ice-water bath to stop the cooking.
5.Remove from the bowl and lay flat onto
kitchen towels.
6.Spread ¹/³ cup (80 ml) of the ricotta filling
alongside one short edge. Roll up to
enclose the filling.
7.Repeat with remaining ingredents.
8. Butter the bottom of a 9 X 13 x 3
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inch baking dish and pour 1 cup of
béchamel sauce. Arrange the cannelloni
in a single layer and pour 2 cups of the
béchamel sauce on top. Sprinkle with
remaining grated parmesan cheese.
9. Cover tightly with foil.
10.Set the wire rack to the bottom rack
height position. Turn the function dial
until the indicator on the LCD screen
points to BAKE. Set the temperature to
400˚F (205˚C) and the timer to 30 minutes. Press the START/CANCEL button
to activate.
11.Reheat the remaining béchamel sauce
using a little more milk if necessary to
thin it out.
12.When serving cannelloni, drape with
reserved béchamel sauce over the
cannelloni.
CODDLED EGGS WITH SAUTEED
MUSHROOMS AND SPINACH
Function: BAKE
Temperature: 325˚F (162˚C)
Cooking Time: 18-20 minutes
Convection Fan: On
Yield: 4 servings
1.In a medium sauté pan, melt the butter.
Add shallots and sauté 1 minute. Add
mushrooms and cook until the water
evaporates. Add spinach and cook until
wilted. Season with salt and pepper.
Set aside.
2.In a small sauce pan heat the cream
and gorgonzola cheese, stirring until the
cheese melts. Pour 1 tablespoon into
each ramekin. Divide the mushroom and
spinach mixture amongst the ramekins
and make a well using the back of a
spoon. Crack one egg in each ramekin.
Cover with the remaining gorgonzola
cream.
3.Set the wire rack in the bottom rack
height position and turn the FUNCTION
dial until the indicator on the LCD screen
points to the BAKE function.
4.Set the temperature to 325˚F (162˚C) with
CONVECTION turned ON and set the
timer to 25 minutes. Press the START/
CANCEL button to activate.
5.The coddled eggs are done when the
whites are nearly set and the yolks are
still soft.
Serve with a toasted slice of bread.
1 Shallot, finely diced
4 eggs
2 Tablespoons (30 ml) Unsalted butter
1 Cup (250 ml) Finely sliced mushrooms
1 Cup (250 ml) Loosely packed baby
spinach
¼ Cup (60 ml) Heavy cream
1 oz (30 g) Gorgonzola cheese
Pinch Grated nutmeg
¼ Teaspoon (2 ml) Salt
Pinch Pepper
2 Tablespoons (30 ml) Chopped chives
4 x ½ Cup capacity (4 X 125 ml capacity)
Ramekins
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SAFFRON HALIBUT WITH
TROPICAL SALSA
Function: BAKE
Temperature: 400˚F (205˚C)
Cooking Time: 13 minutes
(approximately)
Convection Fan: ON
Yield: 4 Servings
4 x 6 oz (4x175 g) Halibut fillets
1 Teaspoon (5 ml) Kosher salt
½ Teaspoon (2.5 ml) Black pepper
1 Teaspoon (5 ml) Ground cumin
½ Teaspoon (2.5 ml) Turmeric
Generous pinch Saffron threads
¼ Teaspoon (1 ml) Chili powder
2 Tablespoons (30 ml) Light olive oil
1 Lime, quartered
Tropical Salsa
1 Cup (250 ml) Pineapple, small dice
½ Cup (125 ml) Mango, small dice
½ Cup (125 ml) Papaya, small dice
2 Kiwi fruit, small dice
1 Avocado, peeled and coarsely chopped
¼ Cup (60 ml) Cilantro, finely chopped
¼ Cup (60 ml) Red onion, finely diced
1 Jalapeno, seeded and finely chopped
Juice and zest of 1 lime
1 Teaspoon (5 ml) Honey
Salt and pepper to taste
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1.Combine the salt, pepper, cumin,
turmeric, saffron threads, and chili
powder. Rub olive oil over the fillets, and
sprinkle with the spice mixture. Gently
rub the mixture into the flesh.
2.Lightly oil the bottom of the roasting pan
(or line with parchment paper). Place
the fillets onto the roasting pan skin side
down.
3.Set the wire rack to the bottom rack
height position. Turn the function dial until
the indicator on the LCD screen points to
the BAKE function.
4.Set the temperature to 400˚F (205˚C) and
the timer to 13 minutes. Turn convection
fan ON and press the START/CANCEL
button to activate.
Tropical Salsa:
1.Combine all the salsa ingredients into a
medium sized bowl. Toss together and
season to taste with salt and pepper.
2.Serve the Halibut with the quartered lime
and 2 generous tablespoons of salsa (or
more if desired).
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RIBS WITH ASIAN BARBECUE
SAUCE
Function: BAKE
Temperature: 350˚F (175˚C)
Cooking Time: 25 minutes
Convection Fan: ON
Yield: 2 racks of ribs
¹⁄³ Cup (80 ml) Plum sauce
½ Cup (125 ml) Hoisin sauce
¼ Cup (60 ml) Low sodium soya sauce
¼ Cup (60 ml) Oyster sauce
¼ Cup (60 ml) Honey
2 Tablespoons (30 ml) Ginger, grated
2 Cloves of garlic, minced
2 Tablespoons (30 ml) Sesame oil
2 Tablespoons (30 ml) Cider vinegar
5.Place in a re-sealable plastic bag. Pour ¾
of the marinade into the bag. Close the
bag and rub the marinade around each
rib. Refrigerate for at least 4 hours or up
to 24 hours.
6.Remove the ribs from the plastic bag and
discard marinade. Place the ribs on the
broil rack inserted in the baking pan. Set
the wire rack in the bottom rack height
position and turn the function dial until
the indicator on the LCD screen points to
the BAKE setting.
7.Set the oven temperature at 350˚F
(175˚C) for 30 minutes. Press the START/
CANCEL button to activate.
8.Ten minutes before the ribs are done,
baste with remaining marinade.
1 Tablespoon (15 ml) Orange rind
1 Teaspoon (5 ml) Hot pepper sauce
(optional)
2 Racks back ribs
1.Bring a large pot of water to a boil. Prepare the ribs by trimming visible fat.
2.Remove the white membrane from the
underside of the rack by pulling it from
one side and tearing it off. To get a better grip, use a paper towel. Removing
this membrane allows the marinade to
penetrate through the meat. Repeat with
second rack of ribs.
3.Once the water begins to boil, gently
place the ribs into the boiling water. Turn
the heat to medium/low and boil the ribs
for 45 minutes. This process will draw
out the fat.
4.Remove ribs from the water using a set
of tongs, and rinse under cool running
water. Cut the ribs into single or
double-bones.
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RECIPES
BANANA LEAF PACKETS WITH
PINEAPPLE AND CHICKEN
Function: TOAST AND BAKE
Temperature: 350˚F (175˚C)
Cooking Time: 20-25 minutes
Convection Fan: ON
Yield: 4 Packets
Banana leaves are found in the frozen
section of Asian grocery markets. This
exotic fragrant mix of ingredients is baked
inside banana leaf pouches. Parchment
paper or foil can be used to make pouches
if you cannot find banana leaves.
1 Package Banana leaves, cut into 8
one-foot square pieces
2 Boneless, skinless chicken breasts, cut
into 1 inch size pieces
1 Red pepper cut into ½ inch cubes
1 Cup (250 ml) Fresh pineapple, cut into ½
inch cubes
For Marinade
6 oz Coconut milk
2 Tablespoons (30 ml) Fish sauce
2 Kaffir lime leaves, cut into thin strands
1 Green chili (more or less as desired)
3 Garlic cloves, minced
2 Tablespoons (30 ml) Grated ginger
1 Teaspoon (5 ml) Low sodium soy sauce
1 Teaspoon (5 ml) Ground coriander
1 Lime, zested
½ Cup (125 ml) Fresh coriander, chopped
½ Cup (125 ml) Fresh basil, chopped
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Garnish
¼ Cup (60 ml) Unsweetened shredded
coconut, toasted
1 Lime, cut in four pieces
½ Cup (125 ml) Fresh coriander, chopped
½ Cup (125 ml) Fresh basil, chopped
For the Toasted Coconut
1.In an even layer sprinkle unsweetened
shredded coconut on the bottom of the
Breville pizza pan.
2.Set the wire rack in the bottom rack
height position. Turn the function dial until
the indicator on the LCD screen points to
the TOAST function. Select #2 darkness
setting and set the number of slices to
1. Press the START/CANCEL button to
activate.
3.Once toasted, place in a bowl and set
aside.
For the Marinade
1.Place ingredients for marinade in a
blender or food processor and blend for
7 seconds.
2.Place the chicken, red pepper, and
pineapple inside a glass bowl and pour
marinade over the chicken and mix to
coat. Allow to sit for a few minutes or
refrigerate up to 8 hours.
Make the Pouches
1.Place two one-foot square pieces of
banana leaf on top of each other on
a work surface. Spoon one quarter of
the chicken mixture onto the center of
the banana leaves. Fold sides over the
mixture; then fold the ends. Secure with
butcher’s twine or a toothpick. Repeat
with remaining leaves until you have four
packets.
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2.Set the wire rack in the bottom rack
height position.
3. Place the packets onto the roasting
pan and turn the function dial until the
indicator on the LCD screen points to
the BAKE function. Set the temperature
to 350˚F (175˚C) with convection turned
on. Press START/CANCEL button to
activate.
4.Bake for 20-25 minutes (or until the
chicken is no longer pink inside).
5.When ready to serve, place the packets
onto the serving plate. Using a knife, cut
a slit in the center of the pouch. With
your finger, push the sides of the packet
together (towards the centre) to push up
the filling.
6.Garnish with the toasted coconut, fresh
basil and coriander.
Serve with a wedge or two of lime and
Jasmine rice.
BEEF RIB ROAST
Function: ROAST
Temperature: 425˚F (218˚C) for 20
minutes, and 325˚F (162˚C) for 1 hour 20
minutes
Cooking Time: 1 hour 40 minutes
(approximately)
Convection Fan: ON
Yield: 6 servings
2.Set the wire rack in the bottom rack
height position. Turn the function dial until
the LCD indicator points to ROAST, set
the temperature to 425˚F (218˚C) and the
timer for 20 minutes. Press the START/
CANCEL button to activate.
3.After 20 minutes turn the temperature
down to 325˚F (162˚C) and roast for 1
hour and 20 minutes, or until a meat
thermometer inserted into the
thickest part of the meat (not near the
bone) registers your preferred doneness.
(Please see NOTE).
4.Remove the roast and tent with
foil. Allow the roast to rest for 20 minutes
before carving.
NOTE:
To reach the desired doneness of a
roast, it is best to remove the roast
from the BREVILLE SMART OVEN™
when the internal temperature
is 10˚F (6˚C) below the desired
temperature reading. The roast will
continue cooking. The term is called
“carry-over cooking”. The internal
temperature will continue to rise and
cook the interior part of the meat. It
is also extremely important to allow
the roast to rest at least 20 minutes
prior to carving. This allows the
roast to relax and hold in its juices.
4 lb (1.8 kg) Beef rib roast, 2 ribs
1.Place the Rib Roast bone side down
onto the broil rack inserted in the baking
pan (to catch the drippings).
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HERBED LEG OF LAMB
Function: ROAST
Temperature: 425˚F (218˚C) for 20
minutes, and 325˚F (162˚C) for 1 hour 20
minutes
Cooking Time: 1 hour 40 minutes
(approximately)
Convection Fan: ON
Yield: 6 to 8 servings
4 lb (1.8 kg) Leg of lamb
4 Garlic cloves, chopped
2 Teaspoons (10 ml) Kosher salt
1 Teaspoon (5 ml) Black pepper
3 Tablespoons (45 ml) Dijon mustard
¼ Cup (60 ml) Olive oil
¼ Cup (60 ml) Fresh rosemary, loosely
packed
3 Tablespoons (45 ml) Fresh oregano
3 Tablespoons (45 ml) Fresh parsley
2 Tablespoons (30 ml) Honey
1.In a blender or food processor, pulse
together garlic, salt, pepper, Dijon
mustard, rosemary, oregano, parsley and
honey. Keep blending while you drizzle in
olive oil. Place the lamb onto a glass dish
and pour the marinade over the lamb. Be
sure to completely coat the lamb. Cover
with plastic wrap and marinade at least
4 hours or up to 24 hours.
2.Place the lamb on the broil rack in the
baking pan to catch the drippings.
3.Set the wire rack in the bottom rack
height position and turn the function dial
until the indicator on the LCD screen
points to the ROAST function. Set the
temperature to 425˚F (218˚C) and set the
timer for 20 minutes. Press START/CANCEL button to activate.
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4.After 20 minutes turn the temperature
down to 325˚F (162˚C) and roast for 1
hour and 20 minutes, or until a meat
thermometer inserted into the
thickest part of the meat (not near the
bone) registers your preferred doneness.
5.Remove the roast and tent with foil. Allow
to rest for 20 minutes before carving.
NOTE:
To reach the desired doneness of a
roast, it is best to remove the roast
from the BREVILLE SMART OVEN™
when the internal temperature is
10˚F (6˚C) below the desired temperature reading. The roast will continue cooking. The term is called
“carry-over cooking”. The internal
temperature will continue to rise and
cook the interior part of the meat. It
is also extremely important to allow
the roast to rest at least 20 minutes
prior to carving. This allows the
roast to relax and hold in its juices.
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FLATTENED CORNISH HEN
Function: ROAST
Temperature: 375˚F (192˚C)
Cooking Time: 35 minutes
Convection Fan: ON
Yield: 4 servings
2 Cornish hens
2 Teaspoons (10 ml) Salt
½ Teaspoon (2.5 ml) Black pepper
2 Tablespoons (30 ml) Butter, melted
1 Lemon or ruby red grapefruit
Boning Cornish Hens
Ask your butcher to bone the Cornish hens
for you. If you feel up to the challenge,
follow these easy steps on how to
remove the breast bone and rib cage
of the Cornish hen. The results are very
rewarding.
2.Set the wire rack in the bottom height
position. Turn the function dial until the
indicator on the LCD screen points to the
ROAST function.
3.Set the temperature to 375˚F (192˚C) with
convection turned on. Set the timer for
30 minutes. Press the START/CANCEL
button to activate.
4.Roast the chicken for 30 minutes or until
a meat thermometer inserted into the
thickest part of the thigh (not near the
bone) registers 170˚F (76˚C).
5.For a crispier skin, brush 2 tablespoons
of melted butter on the skin and broil
at 400˚F (205˚C) for 1-2 minutes, taking
care not to burn the skin.
Serve with wedges of lemon, ruby red
grapefruit and pan drippings.
1.On a clean cutting board, hold the
Cornish hen up by the tail. Using a
sharp kitchen knife or kitchen shears,
cut through the bones, all they way to
the neck. Split the hen open. Cut off
the back bone. Run the boning knife
between the rib cage and flesh to free
the rib cage.
2.Next, remove the wish bone around
the neck either by using your fingers,
or scrape the bone with the knife. The
bones in the thighs will remain intact.
Discard or save the bones for another
use. Repeat with the other hen.
Roasting Cornish Hens
1.Rub melted butter all over the hen.
Lightly grease the drip tray and insert
the roasting pan to catch the drippings.
Season the hens with salt and pepper.
Place skin side up.
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RECIPES
TANDOORI CHICKEN
Function: ROAST
Temperature: 375˚F (192˚C)
Cooking Time: 35 minutes
Convection Fan: ON
Yield: 6 servings
10-12 Bone-in skinless chicken thighs
1 Cup (250 ml) Balkan style yogurt
2 Lemons, juiced
1 Tablespoon (15 ml) Ginger, freshly grated
1 Tablespoon (15 ml) Garlic
2 Teaspoons (10 ml) Ground coriander
2 Teaspoons (10 ml) Ground cumin
2 Teaspoons (10 ml) Garam masala
1 ½ Teaspoons (7 ml) Kosher salt
½ Teaspoon (2.5 ml) Black pepper
1 Teaspoon (5 ml) Paprika
½ Teaspoon (2.5 ml) Cayenne
2 Tablespoons (30 ml) Honey
1.In a medium sized bowl, combine yogurt,
lemon juice, ginger, garlic, coriander,
cumin, garam masala, kosher salt, black
pepper, paprika, cayenne and honey.
2.Cut three diagonal slits on each thigh
cutting nearly to the bone. Pour the
marinade into a re-sealable plastic bag.
3.Place the chicken thighs into the bag and
coat with the marinade. Refrigerate at
least 2 hours or up to 12 hours.
4.Place the chicken onto the broil rack
inserted into the baking pan to catch
drippings.
5.Set the wire rack in the bottom rack
height position. Turn the function dial until
the indicator on the LCD screen points to
the ROAST function.
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6.Set the temperature to 375°F (192°C)
with convection turned on. Set the timer
for 35 minutes. Press the START/CANCEL button to activate.
7.Roast the chicken for 35 minutes or until
a meat thermometer registers 170˚F
(76˚C) when inserted into the deepest
part of the chicken thigh.
Tandoori Chicken can be enjoyed on
its own with steamed basmati rice, or
use the Tandoori Chicken in the Tikka
Masala (Butter Chicken Sauce) recipe
(Page 71).
RECIPES
TIKKA MASALA (BUTTER
CHICKEN)
2 Tablespoons Unsalted butter
2 inch piece of fresh ginger, peeled and
grated
2 Garlic cloves, minced
1 Onion, finely diced
2 Teaspoons (30 ml) Paprika
3 Tablespoons (45 ml) Ground cumin
Pinch Cayenne pepper (optional)
1 ½ Tablespoons (17 ml) Garam masala
Turn the heat down to a low simmer and
continue cooking for 15 minutes. Add the
cream and ground cashews (optional)
and cook for an additional 5 minutes stirring occasionally.
6.Cut Tandoori Chicken into large pieces
and put them into the sauce and cook
for 10 minutes occasionally stirring
gently.
Serve the Tikka Masala (Butter Chicken)
over fragrant steamed basmati rice
decorated with freshly chopped cilantro.
1 Tablespoon (15 ml) Granulated sugar
2 Teaspoons (10 ml) Salt
½ Teaspoon (2.5 ml) Black pepper
1 portion of Roasted Tomato Halves
(Page 55)
¾ Cup (180 ml) Heavy cream
¼ Cup (60 ml) Ground cashews (optional)
½ Cup (125 ml) Fresh cilantro, finely
chopped (optional)
10-12 Tandoori Chicken Thighs (Page 70)
bones removed
1.Make 1 portion of the Roasted Tomato
Halves (Page 55). When cool enough to
handle, remove the skin.
2.Place the flesh and juices into a blender
or food processor and process until
smooth. Use 3 ½ cups of the puree
tomatoes. Set aside.
3.In a large sauce pan on medium heat,
melt the butter. Add onions when the
butter becomes foamy, cooking the
onion until it takes on a golden colour.
4.Add garlic and ginger and continue to
cook for 1 minute stirring occasionally.
Add the spices: paprika, cumin, cayenne
pepper, and garam masala stirring for 30
seconds or until the spices begin darken.
5.Add tomato sauce, sugar, salt and
pepper and bring the sauce to a boil.
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RECIPES
TRIPLE CHOCOLATE CHIP
COOKIES
Function: COOKIE
Temperature: 350˚F (175˚C)
Cooking Time: 9 minutes
Convection Fan: ON
Yield: 36 cookies
¹⁄³ Cup (80 ml) Granulated sugar
¾ Cup (180 ml) Brown sugar
¾ Cup (180 ml) Unsalted butter, softened
1 Egg
1 Teaspoons (5 ml) Pure vanilla extract
2 oz (60 g) Bittersweet chocolate, melted
1 ¾ Cups (420 ml) Unbleached flour
¾ Teaspoon (7 ml) Baking soda
2 Teaspoons (10 ml) Cornstarch
¾ Teaspoon (7 ml) Salt
1 Cup (250 ml) Semi-sweet chocolate
chips
1 Cup (250 ml) Milk chocolate chips
1.In a large bowl, cream together the
granulated sugar, brown sugar and
unsalted butter. Beat in the egg.
2.Add vanilla and melted chocolate and
mix until combined. In a medium bowl,
sift together the flour, baking soda,
cornstarch and salt.
3.Add the dry ingredients and chocolate
chips to the creamed butter mixture.
Using a wooden spoon or rubber
spatula, mix the ingredients until just
combined.
4.Drop by tablespoon onto the Breville
non-stick pizza pan, spacing the cookies
about 2 inches apart.
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5.Position the rack in the middle rack
height position. Turn the function dial
until the indicator on the LCD screen
points to the COOKIE function. Set the
temperature to 350˚F (175˚C) and the
timer to 9 minutes. Press the START/
CANCEL button to activate.
6.Allow cookies to cool on the pizza pan
for 1 minute then remove with a nylon
spatula and transfer to a cooling rack.
NOTE:
Bake an additional minute for
crispier cookies.
TIP:
Use a medium sized ice cream scoop to
portion the cookies evenly onto a cookie
sheet lined with parchment paper. Freeze
the cookie dough balls until firm, and then
store them in a re-sealable plastic bag.
Bake using the default cookie setting with
convection and frozen setting turned on.
RECIPES
BANANAS WRAPPED IN PHYLLO
WITH CHOCOLATE SAUCE
Function: BAKE
Temperature: 350˚F (175˚C)
Cooking Time: 20 minutes
Convection Fan: ON
Yield: Makes 4 generous portions, or 8
smaller ones
¼ Cup (60 ml) Dried cherries
½ Cup (125 ml) Hot water
4 oz (125 g) Cream cheese, room
temperature
2 Tablespoons (30 ml) Granulated sugar
½ Teaspoon (2.5 ml) Pure vanilla extract
8 Sheets Phyllo pastry
¼ Cup (60 ml) Unsalted butter, melted
3 oz (90 g) Semi-sweet chocolate, roughly
chopped
4 Small Bananas
Chocolate Sauce
1 Cup 250 ml Water
²⁄³ Cup 160 ml Granulated sugar
½ Cup 125 ml Cocoa powder
2 Tablespoons 30 ml Strong espresso
coffee or
1 teaspoon instant coffee granules
½ Cup 125 ml Heavy cream
1.Soak dried cherries in hot water for
5 minutes. Squeeze the water out of the
cherries. Set aside.
2.In a small bowl, cream the cheese, sugar
and vanilla together. Set aside.
3.Peel the bananas and cut each one in
half lengthwise. Set aside.
4.Cut the 8 sheets of phyllo pastry pastry
in half and cover with a damp towel.
Assembling the packets
1.Place one piece of the cut phyllo dough
onto a work surface and brush lightly
with melted butter. Place another sheet
of pastry on top and lightly brush with
butter. Repeat until you have 4 layers.
2.Spread one quarter of the cream cheese
in the center of the pastry. Sprinkle one
quarter of the chocolate and one quarter
of the dried cherries over the cream
cheese.
3.Place two banana slices side by side
(lengthwise), on top of the filling. Fold
edges inwards. Fold the front half over on
top of the banana and tightly roll creating
a rectangle package. Lightly brush the
parcels with butter.
4.Position the wire rack on the bottom rack
height position. Turn the function dial until
the indicator on the LCD screen points to
the BAKE function. Set the temperature
to 350˚F (180˚C) with convection turned
on and set the timer for 20 minutes.
Press the START/CANCEL button to
activate.
5.Bake until golden brown.
6.Meanwhile, make the chocolate sauce.
Combine the water and sugar and bring
to a boil stirring to dissolve the sugar. Boil
for 5 minutes.
7.Reduce heat to medium and whisk in
coffee and cocoa powder until smooth.
Add cream whisking to combine and
cook until the sauce thickens, about 3
minutes.
8.Remove from heat and cool.
9.Remove the packets from the oven and
transfer to a cooling rack. To serve, cut
them diagonally, drizzled with chocolate
sauce and a light dusting of icing sugar.
Garnish with a few raspberries or toasted
sliced hazelnuts.
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RECIPES
HEAVENLY LEMONY
CHEESECAKE WITH FRESH
BERRIES
Function: BAKE
Temperature: 350˚F (175˚C) for cookie
crumb crust and 325˚F (162˚C) for the
cheesecake
Cooking Time: 7 for crumb crust and 55
minutes for the cheesecake
Convection Fan: OFF
Yield: One 8” round cheesecake
1½ Cups (375 ml) Dry vanilla cookie
crumbs or graham wafer crumbs
3 Tablespoons (45 ml) Melted butter
24 oz (750 g) Cream Cheese, room
temperature
1 Cup (250 ml) Sour cream
¾ Cup (180 ml) Granulated sugar
2 Tablespoons (30 ml) Lemon zest
2 Tablespoons (30 ml) Lemon juice
3 Eggs, separated
1.Grease the bottom and sides of an 8
inch round springform pan. Combine
cookie crumbs and melted butter and
press onto the bottom and a third up the
sides of the pan.
2.Set the wire rack in the bottom rack
height position. Turn the function dial
until the indicator on the LCD screen
points to the BAKE function and set
the temperature to 350˚F (175˚C). Set
the timer to 7 minutes with convection
turned off. Press the START/CANCEL
button to activate.
3.Cool completely before adding the cream
cheese filling.
4.Separate the egg yolks from the egg
whites.
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5. Using a food processor or stand mixer,
cream the cheese first, and then add
the sugar. Scrape sides of bowl and
blades or beaters and add egg yolks
one at a time. Scrape again to ensure
a smooth texture is achieved without
overbeating. Add lemon zest and lemon
juice and mix to combine. Add sour
cream.
6. In a separate bowl, beat the egg whites
until stiff peaks form. Gently fold in one
third the egg whites into the cream
cheese to lighten the mixture. Add the
rest of the egg whites folding gently taking care not to deflate the bubbles. Turn
the mixture into the cooled round pan.
7. With the rack positioned at the bottom
of the oven, turn the function dial until
the indicator on the LCD screen points
to the BAKE function. Ensure convection fan is off. Set the temperature to
325˚F (162˚C) and the timer to 55 minutes. Press the START/CANCEL button
to activate and bake the cheesecake for
the allotted time or until it is set, but still
wobbly in the center.
8. Remove the cheesecake from the oven
and allow to completely cool on a wire
rack before refrigerating for at least
6 hours.
9. For a simple topping combine 1 cup
of each: strawberries, blueberries and
raspberries, 3 tablespoons sugar and
1 tablespoon lemon juice in a small
bowl. Toss to coat and let sit 10 minutes.
10.Slice the cheesecake and mound 3
tablespoons of the berries on the top.
RECIPES
BITTERSWEET CHOCOLATE
CRÈME BRULEE
Function: BAKE
Temperature: 325˚F (162˚C)
Cooking Time: 40 to 45 minutes
Convection Fan: OFF
Yield: 6 Servings
2 Cups (500 ml) Heavy cream
4 Egg yolks
3 Tablespoons (45 ml) Granulated sugar
3 oz (90 g) Bittersweet chocolate
1 Teaspoon (5 ml) Pure vanilla extract
2 Tablespoons (30 ml) Sugar for brulee
Boiling water
6 x ½ cup capacity (6 x 125 ml capacity)
Ramekins
1.In a sauce pot, heat the cream until
bubbles begin to form. Remove from
heat and add the chocolate, stirring to
melt.
6. Turn the function dial until the indicator
on the LCD screen points to the BAKE
function. Turn the convection fan off.
Set the temperature to 325˚F (162˚C)
and press START/CANCEL button to
activate.
7. Bake approximately 40 to 45 minutes
or until the custards are set, but still
wobbly in the center. As they cool the
custards will firm up.
8. Refrigerate at least 4 hours. Wrapped
in plastic the crème brulees can be
refrigerated for up to 3 days.
9. When ready to serve, sprinkle 1
teaspoon of sugar on top of each
crème brulee.
10.Using a kitchen blow torch, slowly move
the flame over the sugar from side to
side until the sugar begins to melt and
takes on a caramel color.
2.In a separate bowl, whisk together the
egg yolks and sugar until the mixture
turns a pale yellow, about 5 minutes.
With one laddle at a time, slow dribble
the hot cream into the egg yolk mixture
whisking constantly. Strain the mixture
into a clean bowl. Stir yolk mixture,
whisking constantly.
3.Divide the custard amongst six ramekins.
4.Place the ramekins inside a 13x9x3 inch
pan to fill. Pour enough boiling water
into the pan to fill ²⁄³ up the sides of the
ramekins.
5.Cover loosely with foil or parchment
paper. Set the wire rack in the bottom
rack height position. Carefully place the
pan in oven.
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ONE YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
Breville ®* warrants this Breville ® appliance
against defects that are due to faulty
material or workmanship for a period
of one (1) year from the date of original
consumer purchase. This warranty does
not cover damage from abuse, neglect, use
for commercial purposes, or any other use
not found in the printed “Instructions for
use” booklet. There is no warranty for glass
parts, glass containers, filter basket, blades
and agitators. HWI Breville ® expressly
disclaim all responsibility for consequential
damages for incidental losses caused
by use of this appliance. Some states or
provinces do not allow this exclusion or
limitation for incidental or consequential
losses, so the foregoing disclaimer may not
apply to you.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights
and you may also have other legal rights
which vary from state to state or province
to province.
If the appliance should become defective
within the warranty period, do not return
the appliance to the store. Please contact
our Customer Service Center.
Toll free phone number:
1-866-BREVILLE (1-866-273-8455)
Internet email:
AskUs@BrevilleUSA.com
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ANY WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY
OR FITNESS WITH RESPECT TO THIS
PRODUCT IS ALSO LIMITED TO THE ONE
YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY PERIOD.
Some states or provinces do not allow
disclaimer of the implied warranty with
respect to consumer goods, so the
foregoing disclaimer may not apply to you.
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by Anglo Canadian Housewares, L.P. and in USA
by Metro/Thebe Inc.
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US Customers
Mail:
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CA 90501-1119
Phone: Customer Service
1 (866) BREVILLE
Email: Customer Service
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Mail:
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Pointe-Claire (Montreal)
Quebec
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Phone: Customer Service:
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vary slightly from the actual product.
Model BOV800XL Issue NA-1/08