Bosch HBG76S6.0A Instruction manual

Built-in oven HBG76S6.0A
[en] Instruction manual
Ú Table of contents
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Important safety information..................................................... 4
Causes of damage .............................................................................5
Your new oven ............................................................................ 6
Control panel .......................................................................................6
Buttons..................................................................................................6
Rotary selector ....................................................................................6
Display ..................................................................................................6
Temperature indicator........................................................................7
Cooking compartment .......................................................................7
Your accessories ........................................................................ 7
Inserting accessories .........................................................................7
Optional accessories .........................................................................8
After-sales service products .............................................................9
Before using the appliance for the first time ........................... 9
Setting the clock .................................................................................9
Heating up the cooking compartment ............................................9
Cleaning the accessories..................................................................9
Switching the oven on and off .................................................. 9
Switching on ........................................................................................9
Switching off ..................................................................................... 10
Setting the oven........................................................................ 10
Types of heating............................................................................... 10
Setting the type of heating and temperature.............................. 10
Setting rapid heating ....................................................................... 11
Time-setting options ................................................................ 11
Setting the time-setting options ­ in brief..................................... 11
Setting the timer ............................................................................... 11
Setting the cooking time................................................................. 12
Setting a later end time .................................................................. 12
Setting the clock .............................................................................. 13
Memory...................................................................................... 13
Saving settings in the memory...................................................... 13
Starting the memory ........................................................................ 13
Sabbath mode........................................................................... 13
Starting Sabbath mode................................................................... 13
Childproof lock ......................................................................... 14
Basic settings .......................................................................... 14
Changing the basic settings .......................................................... 15
Automatic switch-off................................................................ 15
Self-cleaning ............................................................................. 15
Important notes ................................................................................ 15
Before self-cleaning ......................................................................... 15
Setting the cleaning level ............................................................... 16
After self-cleaning ............................................................................ 16
Care and cleaning .................................................................... 16
Cleaning agents ............................................................................... 16
Detaching and refitting the rails .................................................... 17
Detaching and attaching the oven door...................................... 17
Removing the door cover............................................................... 18
Removing and installing the door panels ................................... 18
Troubleshooting ....................................................................... 19
Malfunction table.............................................................................. 19
Replacing the bulb in the oven ceiling light ............................... 20
Replacing the bulb in the left-hand oven light............................ 20
Glass cover ....................................................................................... 20
After-sales service ................................................................... 20
E number and FD number ............................................................. 20
Energy and the environment................................................... 21
Hot air eco heating type................................................................. 21
Saving energy................................................................................... 22
Environmentally-friendly disposal.................................................. 22
Automatic programmes ........................................................... 22
Ovenware .......................................................................................... 22
Preparing the dish ........................................................................... 22
Programmes ..................................................................................... 22
Selecting and setting a programme ............................................ 25
Tips for the automatic programmes............................................. 25
Tested for you in our cooking studio ..................................... 26
Cakes and pastries ......................................................................... 26
Baking tips ........................................................................................ 28
Meat, poultry, fish ............................................................................ 29
Tips for roasting and grilling.......................................................... 31
Slow cooking .................................................................................... 31
Tips for slow cooking...................................................................... 32
Bakes, gratins, toast with toppings .............................................. 32
Convenience products.................................................................... 33
Special dishes .................................................................................. 33
Defrost ............................................................................................... 34
Drying................................................................................................. 34
Preserving ......................................................................................... 34
Acrylamide in foodstuffs ......................................................... 35
Test dishes................................................................................ 35
Baking ................................................................................................ 35
Grilling................................................................................................ 36
Produktinfo
Additional information on products, accessories, replacement
parts and services can be found at www.bosch-home.com and
in the online shop www.bosch-eshop.com
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: Important safety information
Read these instructions carefully. Only then
will you be able to operate your appliance
safely and correctly. Retain the instruction
manual and installation instructions for
future use or for subsequent owners.
This appliance is only intended to be fully
fitted in a kitchen. Observe the special
installation instructions.
Check the appliance for damage after
unpacking it. Do not connect the appliance
if it has been damaged in transport.
Only a licensed professional may connect
appliances without plugs. Damage caused
by incorrect connection is not covered
under warranty.
This appliance is intended for domestic use
only. The appliance must only be used for
the preparation of food and drink. The
appliance must be supervised during
operation. Only use this appliance indoors.
This appliance may be used by children
over the age of 8 years old and by persons
with reduced physical, sensory or mental
capacity or by persons with a lack of
experience or knowledge if they are
supervised or are instructed by a person
responsible for their safety how to use the
appliance safely and have understood the
associated hazards.
Children must not play with the appliance.
Children must not clean the appliance or
carry out general maintenance unless they
are at least 8 years old and are being
supervised.
Keep children below the age of 8 years old
at a safe distance from the appliance and
power cable.
Always slide accessories into the cooking
compartment correctly. See "Description of
accessories in the instruction manual.
Risk of fire!
■ Combustible items stored in the cooking
compartment may catch fire. Never store
combustible items in the cooking
compartment. Never open the appliance
door if there is smoke inside. Switch off
the appliance and unplug it from the
mains or switch off the circuit breaker in
the fuse box.
■ A draught is created when the appliance
door is opened. Greaseproof paper may
come into contact with the heating
element and catch fire. Do not place
greaseproof paper loosely over
accessories during preheating. Always
weight down the greaseproof paper with a
dish or a baking tin. Only cover the
surface required with greaseproof paper.
Greaseproof paper must not protrude over
the accessories.
Risk of burns!
■ The appliance becomes very hot. Never
touch the interior surfaces of the cooking
compartment or the heating elements.
Always allow the appliance to cool down.
Keep children at a safe distance.
■ Accessories and ovenware become very
hot. Always use oven gloves to remove
accessories or ovenware from the cooking
compartment.
■ Alcoholic vapours may catch fire in the hot
cooking compartment. Never prepare food
containing large quantities of drinks with a
high alcohol content. Only use small
quantities of drinks with a high alcohol
content. Open the appliance door with
care.
Risk of scalding!
■ The accessible parts become hot during
operation. Never touch the hot parts. Keep
children at a safe distance.
■ When you open the appliance door, hot
steam may escape. Open the appliance
door with care. Keep children at a safe
distance.
■ Water in a hot cooking compartment may
create hot steam. Never pour water into
the hot cooking compartment.
Risk of injury!
Scratched glass in the appliance door may
develop into a crack. Do not use a glass
scraper, or sharp or abrasive cleaning aids
or detergents.
Risk of electric shock!
■ Incorrect repairs are dangerous. Repairs
may only be carried out by one of our
trained after-sales engineers. If the
appliance is faulty, unplug the mains plug
or switch off the fuse in the fuse box.
Contact the after-sales service.
Risk o f b urn s!
Risk o f b urn s!
Risk o f s cald ing!
Risk o f s cald ing!
Ris k of fire!
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Risk o f electric sho ck!
The cable insulation on electrical
appliances may melt when touching hot
parts of the appliance. Never bring
electrical appliance cables into contact
with hot parts of the appliance.
■ Penetrating moisture may cause an
electric shock. Do not use any highpressure cleaners or steam cleaners.
■ When replacing the cooking compartment
bulb, the bulb socket contacts are live.
Before replacing the bulb, unplug the
appliance from the mains or switch off the
circuit breaker in the fuse box.
■ A defective appliance may cause electric
shock. Never switch on a defective
appliance. Unplug the appliance from the
mains or switch off the circuit breaker in
the fuse box. Contact the after-sales
service.
Risk of fire!
■ Loose food residues, grease and meat
juices may catch fire during the Selfcleaning cycle. Remove coarse dirt from
the cooking compartment and from the
accessories before every Self-cleaning
cycle.
■ The appliance will become very hot on the
outside during the Self-cleaning cycle.
Never hang combustible objects, e.g. tea
towels, on the door handle. Do not place
anything against the front of the oven.
Keep children at a safe distance.
Risk of burns!
■ The cooking compartment will become
very hot during the Self-cleaning cycle.
Never open the appliance door or move
the locking latch by hand. Allow the
appliance to cool down. Keep children at
a safe distance.
■ ; The appliance will become very hot on
the outside during the Self-cleaning cycle.
Never touch the appliance door. Allow the
appliance to cool down. Keep children at
a safe distance.
Risk of serious damage to health!
The appliance will become very hot during
the Self-cleaning cycle. The non-stick
coating on baking trays and tins is
destroyed and noxious gases are released.
Never let non-stick baking trays and tins go
through the Self-cleaning cycle. Only
enamelled accessories may be cleaned at
the same time.
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Causes of damage
Caution!
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Risk of electric sh ock !
Risk of electric sh ock !
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Risk of electric sh ock !
Risk of fire!
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Accessories, foil, greaseproof paper or ovenware on the
cooking compartment floor: do not place accessories on the
cooking compartment floor. Do not cover the cooking
compartment floor with any sort of foil or greaseproof paper.
Do not place ovenware on the cooking compartment floor if a
temperature of over 50 ºC has been set. This will cause heat
to accumulate. The baking and roasting times will no longer
be correct and the enamel will be damaged.
Water in a hot cooking compartment: do not pour water into
the cooking compartment when it is hot. This will cause
steam. The temperature change can cause damage to the
enamel.
Moist food: do not store moist food in the cooking
compartment when it is closed for prolonged periods This will
damage the enamel.
Fruit juice: when baking particularly juicy fruit pies, do not
pack the baking tray too generously. Fruit juice dripping from
the baking tray leaves stains that cannot be removed. If
possible, use the deeper universal pan.
Cooling with the appliance door open: only allow the cooking
compartment to cool when it is closed. Even if the appliance
door is only open a little, front panels of adjacent units could
be damaged over time.
Very dirty door seal: If the door seal is very dirty, the
appliance door will no longer close properly when the
appliance is in use. The fronts of adjacent units could be
damaged.Always keep the door seal clean.
Appliance door as a seat, shelf or worktop: Do not sit on the
appliance door, or place or hang anything on it. Do not place
any cookware or accessories on the appliance door.
Inserting accessories: depending on the appliance model,
accessories can scratch the door panel when closing the
appliance door. Always insert the accessories into the
cooking compartment as far as they will go.
Carrying the appliance: do not carry or hold the appliance by
the door handle. The door handle cannot support the weight
of the appliance and could break.
Risk of burns!
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Your new oven
Here you will learn about your new oven. The control panel and
the individual operating controls are explained. You will find
information on the cooking compartment and the accessories.
Control panel
Here, you will see an overview of the control panel. Depending
on the appliance model, individual details may differ.
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Buttons
Display
The sensors are located under the individual buttons. They
must not be pressed too firmly. Just touch the corresponding
symbol.
The display is divided into different areas.
Symbol
Button function
!
Selects the type of heating and temperature
`
Selects automatic programmes
q
Selects automatic self-cleaning
X
Moves one row down
Y
Moves one row up
f
Press and hold = selects the memory
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Press briefly = starts the memory
c
Setting rapid heating
0
Opens and closes the time-setting options
B
Switches the oven light on and off
°
Press briefly = calls up the temperature
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Press and hold = opens and closes the Basic
settings menu
D
Activates/deactivates the childproof lock
%
Switches the oven on and off
n
Press briefly = starts/pauses operation
Press and hold = cancels operation
Rotary selector
The rotary selector is used to alter the default values and set
values. The brackets in the control panel show which value you
can adjust.
The rotary selector is retractable. Press on the rotary selector to
pop it in or out.
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Left area = time-setting options
When you open the Time-setting options menu, the symbols
for the time-setting options are displayed here. An outside Z
arrow on the left points to the operating mode which has
been selected.
Centre area = settings area
1st row = type of heating display
2nd row = temperature display
3rd row = clock display
You can use the X and Y navigation buttons to switch
from one row to the other. Brackets are displayed around the
row you are currently in. You can use the rotary selector to
change the value in brackets.
Right area = display
Symbols for the various functions are displayed here, e.g. for
the childproof lock or rapid heating, etc. if they have been
set.
Temperature indicator
Residual heat
The temperature indicator bars show the heating phases or
residual heat in the cooking compartment.
The temperature indicator shows the residual heat in the
cooking compartment when the appliance is switched off. If all
the bars are filled, the temperature in the cooking compartment
is approximately 300 °C. Once the temperature has dropped to
approximately 60 °C, the display goes out.
Heating indicator
The heating indicator displays the rising temperature in the
cooking compartment. If all bars are filled, the optimum time for
placing the dish in the oven has been reached.
Cooking compartment
The oven light is located in the cooking compartment. A cooling
fan protects the oven from overheating.
Oven light
During operation, the oven light in the cooking compartment is
on. When temperatures up to 60 °C are selected, and when
self-cleaning is activated, the light switches off. This enables
precise temperature regulation.
The bars do not appear when settings are made for grilling and
cleaning.
You can use the ° button to check the current heating
temperature while the oven is heating up. Due to thermal
inertia, the temperature displayed may differ slightly from the
actual temperature in the cooking compartment.
The oven light switches on when you open the oven door.
You can use the B button to switch the light on and off.
Cooling fan
The cooling fan switches on and off as required. The hot air
escapes above the door. Caution: do not cover the ventilation
slots. Otherwise the oven will overheat.
So that the cooking compartment cools down more quickly
after operation, the cooling fan continues to run for a certain
period afterwards.
Your accessories
The accessories supplied with your appliance are suitable for
making many meals. Ensure that you always insert the
accessories into the cooking compartment the right way round.
There is also a selection of optional accessories, with which
you can improve on some of your favourite dishes, or simply to
make working with your oven more convenient.
Inserting accessories
You can insert the accessories into the cooking compartment
at 5 different levels. Always insert them as far as they will go so
that the accessories do not touch the door panel.
The accessories can be pulled out approximately halfway until
they lock in place. This allows dishes to be removed easily.
When sliding the accessories into the cooking compartment,
ensure that the indentation is at the back. They can only lock in
place from this position.
With the pull-out rails at levels 2 and 3, you can pull the
accessories out further.
Depending on the appliance equipment, the pull-out rails lock
into place when they are pulled out fully. This makes it easier
for you to place the accessories on top. To unlock, push the
pull-out rails back into the cooking compartment with a certain
amount of force.
Note: The accessories may deform when they become hot.
Once they cool down again, they regain their original shape.
This does not affect their operation.
You can buy accessories from the after-sales service, from
specialist retailers or online. Please specify the HEZ number.
Wire rack
For ovenware, cake tins, joints,
grilled items and frozen meals.
Insert the wire rack with the open
side facing the oven door and the
curvature pointing downwards ¾.
Enamel baking tray
For cakes and biscuits.
Slide in the baking tray with the
sloping edge facing the oven door.
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Universal pan
For moist cakes, pastries, frozen
meals and large roasts. It can also
be used to catch dripping fat when
you are grilling directly on the wire
rack.
Slide in the universal pan with the
sloping edge facing the oven door.
Grill tray
Use for grilling in place of the wire
insert or as a splatter guard, so that
the oven does not become very
dirty. Only use the grill tray in the
universal pan.
Grilling on the grill tray: only use at
shelf height 1, 2 or 3.
Accessory holder
Insert on the left and right. During
self-cleaning, the universal pan, for
example, can be left in for cleaning.
Optional accessories
You can purchase optional accessories from the after-sales
service or specialist retailers. You will find a comprehensive
range of products for your oven in our brochures and on the
Internet. The availability of optional accessories and the option
for ordering these online varies from country to country. Please
see the sales brochures for more details.
Not all optional accessories are suitable for every appliance.
When purchasing, please always quote the exact designation
(E-no.) of your appliance.
Using the grill tray as a splatter
guard: insert the universal pan with
the grill tray under the wire rack.
Optional accessories
HEZ number
Use
Suitable for
self-cleaning
Wire rack
HEZ334000
For ovenware, cake dishes, joints, grilled items and frozen meals.
no
Enamel baking tray
HEZ331072
For cakes and biscuits.
yes
Push the baking tray into the oven with the sloping edge facing
towards the oven door.
universal pan
HEZ332073
For moist cakes, baked items, frozen meals and large joints. It can
also be used to catch dripping fat when grilling directly on the wire
rack.
yes
Slide the universal pan into the oven with the sloping edge facing
the oven door.
Wire insert
HEZ324000
For roasting. Always place the wire rack in the universal pan. This
ensures that dripping fat and meat juices are collected.
no
Grill tray
HEZ325070
Use for grilling in place of the wire rack or as a splatter guard, so
that the oven does not become as dirty as it otherwise might. Only
use the grill tray in the universal pan.
yes
Grilling on the grill tray: only use at shelf position 1, 2 and 3.
Using the grill tray as a splatter guard: insert the universal pan with
the grill tray under the wire rack.
Pizza tray
HEZ317000
Ideal for pizza, frozen products or large round cakes. You can use no
the pizza tray instead of the universal pan. Place the baking tray on
the wire rack and proceed according to the details in the tables.
Bakestone
HEZ327000
The bakestone is perfect for preparing home-made bread, bread
rolls and pizzas which require a crispy base. The bakestone must
always be preheated to the recommended temperature.
yes
Profi extra-deep pan with wire HEZ333072
insert
Ideally suited for preparing large amounts.
yes
Lid for the Profi extra-deep
pan
HEZ333001
The lid converts the Profi extra-deep pan into the Profi roasting dish. no
Glass roasting dish
HEZ915001
no
The glass roasting dish is suitable for stews and bakes that are
cooked in the oven. It is ideally suited to automatic programmes or
automatic roasting.
3-level telescopic shelf
HEZ338353
The pull-out rails fitted at positions 1, 2 and 3 allow you to pull
accessories out further without them tipping.
no
3-level complete telescopic
pull-out with stop function
HEZ338357
The pull-out rails fitted at positions 1, 2 and 3 allow you to pull
accessories out fully without them tipping. The pull-out rails lock in
position allowing accessories to be easily placed on top.
no
System steamer
HEZ24D300
For a gentler preparation of vegetables and fish.
no
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After-sales service products
You can obtain suitable care and cleaning agents and other
accessories for your domestic appliances from the after-sales
service, specialist retailers or (in some countries) online via the
e­Shop. Please specify the relevant product number.
Cleaning cloths for stainless-steel surfaces Product no. 311134
Reduces the build-up of dirt. Impregnated with a special oil for
perfect maintenance of your appliance's stainless-steel surfaces.
Oven and grill cleaning gel
For cleaning the cooking compartment. The gel is odourless.
Product no. 463582
Microfibre cloth with honeycomb structure Product no. 460770
Especially suitable for cleaning delicate surfaces, such
as glass, glass ceramic, stainless steel or aluminium. The
microfibre cloth removes liquid and grease deposits in one go.
Door lock
To prevent children from opening the oven door. The locks on
different types of appliance door are screwed in differently.
See the information sheet supplied with the door lock.
Product no. 612594
Before using the appliance for the first time
This section tells you everything you need to do before using
the appliance for the first time.
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Set the clock
■
Heat up the cooking compartment
■
Clean the accessories
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Read the safety information at the start of the instructions for
use. This is very important.
Setting the clock
Once your new appliance has been connected, the 0 symbol
and ‹‹:‹‹ appear in the display. Set the clock and then the
oven is ready to use.
Note: You can read how to change the time in the Time-setting
options section.
Heating up the cooking compartment
To get rid of the new cooker smell, heat up the cooking
compartment when it is empty and the oven door closed. Set
% Top/bottom heating and 240 °C.
Make sure that the cooking compartment contains no leftover
packaging, e.g. polystyrene pellets.
1. Press the % button.
The : 3D hot air heating type and a temperature of 160 °C
are suggested. Brackets are shown around the type of
heating.
2. Turn the rotary selector to change the type of heating to
% Top/bottom heating.
3. Press the X button to switch to the temperature.
Brackets are shown around the temperature.
4. Using the rotary selector, change the temperature to 240 °C.
5. Press the n button.
1. Press the 0 button.
The [0] symbol for the clock is shown in brackets
and [‚ƒ:‹‹] appears.
2. Turn the rotary selector to set the current time.
3. Press the 0 button.
The current time is saved.
Appliance operation begins. The n symbol lights up in the
display.
6. Switch the oven off after 60 minutes using the % button.
The temperature indicator bars show the residual heat in the
cooking compartment.
Cleaning the accessories
Before you use the accessories for the first time, clean them
thoroughly with hot soapy water and a soft dish cloth.
Switching the oven on and off
You can switch the oven on and off with the % button.
Switching on
Press the % button.
The < symbol for the 3D hot air heating type and 160 °C are
suggested in the display.
You can start the oven immediately with this setting or
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set a different type of heating or temperature
■
select a programme with the ` button
■
select self-cleaning with the q button
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start a saved memory setting with the f button
A description of how to make settings is provided in the
individual sections.
Switching off
Press the % button. The oven switches off.
Setting the oven
In this section, you will find information about
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which types of heating are available in your oven
Type of heating and tem- Application
perature range
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how you set a type of heating and a temperature
B
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and how you set rapid heating
Types of heating
A large number of types of heating are available in your oven.
This allows you to select the ideal way of preparing every dish.
Type of heating and tem- Application
perature range
<
3D hot air
30-275 °C
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Hot air eco*
30-275 °C
%
Top/bottom heating
30-300 °C
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HydroBaking
30-300 °C
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Pizza setting
30-275 °C
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Bottom heating
30-300 °C
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Hot air grilling
30-300 °C
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Grill, large area
*
Grill, small area
For cakes and pastries on one to
three levels. The fan distributes the
heat from the ring heating element
in the back wall evenly throughout
the cooking compartment.
For cakes and pastries, bakes, frozen and convenience products,
meat and fish, on one level without
preheating. The fan distributes the
energy-optimised heat from the
ring heating element evenly in the
cooking compartment.
30-60 °C
For defrosting, e.g.meat, poultry,
bread and cakes. The fan causes
the warm air to circulate around
the dish.
Keep warm
For keeping cooked dishes warm.
60-100 °C
* Type of heating used to determine the energy efficiency class
in accordance with EN50304.
Setting the type of heating and temperature
Example in the picture: Setting for % Top/bottom heating at
180 °C.
Switch on the oven with the % button or press the ! button.
The < symbol for 3D hot air and 160 °C are suggested in the
display.
You can apply this setting immediately with the n button.
If you wish to specify another type of heating and temperature,
proceed as follows.
1. Turn the rotary selector to set the desired type of heating.
For cakes, bakes and lean joints of
meat (e. g. beef or game) on one
level. Heat is emitted evenly from
the top and bottom.
For yeast-risen pastry, e. g. bread/
bread rolls or plaited loaves, and
for choux pastry, e. g. cream puffs,
or sponge. Heat is emitted evenly
from the top and bottom. The
moisture from the food remains in
the cooking compartment as
steam.
2. Press the X button to switch to the temperature.
Brackets are shown around the temperature or grill setting.
3. Modify the suggested temperature using the rotary selector.
For the quick preparation of frozen
products without preheating, e. g.
pizza, chips or strudel. Heat is
emitted from below and by the ring
heating element in the back wall.
For preserving and final baking or
rebrowning. The heat is emitted
from below.
For roasting meat, poultry and
whole fish. The grill element and
the fan switch on and off alternately. The fan causes the hot air
to circulate around the dish.
4. Press the n button.
Appliance operation begins. The n symbol lights up in the
display.
For grilling steaks, sausages, toast
Grill settings 1, 2 or 3 and pieces of fish. The whole area
below the grill element becomes
hot.
For grilling small quantities of
Grill settings 1, 2 or 3 steaks, sausages, toast and
pieces of fish. The centre part of
the grill element becomes hot.
* Type of heating used to determine the energy efficiency class
in accordance with EN50304.
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Defrost
5. Once the dish is ready, switch the oven off with the % button
or select and apply a new operating mode.
Changing the temperature or grill setting
Setting rapid heating
This can be done at any time. Turn the rotary selector to
change the temperature or grill setting.
Rapid heating is not suitable for all types of heating.
Calling up the heating temperature
Press the ° button briefly. The current heating temperature in
the cooking compartment is displayed for several seconds.
Suitable types of heating
< 3D hot air
Opening the oven door during cooking
% Top/bottom heating
- HydroBaking
6 Pizza setting
Operation is suspended. The symbol n flashes. When the
door is closed again, operation resumes.
A short signal sounds to indicate that the selected type of
heating is not suitable for rapid heating.
Pausing operation
Suitable temperatures
Press the n button briefly. The oven is paused.
The n symbol flashes. Press the n button again, operation
continues.
Cancelling operation
Press and hold the n button until 3D hot air and 160 °C
appear. You can now change the settings.
Setting the cooking time
See section Time-setting options, setting the cooking time.
Setting a later end time
See the section entitled Time-setting options, Setting a later end
time.
Rapid heating will not work if the temperature is set to less than
100 °C. If the temperature in the cooking compartment is only
slightly less than the temperature you have set, rapid heating is
not necessary. It will not switch on.
Setting rapid heating
Press the c button to activate rapid heating. The c symbol
appears next to the temperature you have set. The temperature
indicator bars start filling in.
Once all the bars are filled, rapid heating is complete. You will
hear a short signal. The c symbol goes out. Place your dish
in the cooking compartment.
Notes
Rapid heating is cancelled if you change the type of heating.
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If a cooking time has been set, this runs independently of
rapid heating and counts down immediately when operation
is started.
You can use the ° button to check the current cooking
compartment temperature during rapid heating.
To ensure an even cooking result, do not place your dish in
the cooking compartment until rapid heating is complete.
Cancelling rapid heating
Press the c button. The symbol goes out.
Time-setting options
You can call up the time-setting options menu by pressing
the 0 button. The following functions are available:
If the oven is switched off:
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U = Set timer
0 = Set clock
If the oven is switched on:
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U = Set timer
r = Set cooking time
p = Set a later end time
The brackets around the symbol indicate that this function is
selected. Once you have started the oven, the brackets show
which time function is currently counting down in the display.
Setting the time-setting options ­ in brief
1. Press the 0 button to open the menu.
2. Select the desired function with the X button.
3. Set the desired value with the rotary selector.
4. Press the 0 button to close the menu.
A detailed description of how to adjust each individual function
is provided below.
Short audible signal
If you cannot change or set a value, you will hear a short
audible signal.
Setting the timer
The timer runs independently of the oven. You can use it as a
kitchen timer and set it at any time, regardless of whether oven
is switched on or off.
1. Press the 0 button.
The time-setting options menu appears. The [U ] symbol in
brackets shows that the timer function is selected.
2. Set the running time for the timer using the rotary selector.
3. Press the 0 button to close the menu.
The time counts down in the clock display.
When the time has elapsed
A signal sounds. The time has elapsed. The display shows
‹‹:‹‹. Press the 0 button. The display goes out.
Cancelling the timer time
Press the 0 button to open the time-setting options menu.
Using the rotary selector, turn the time back to ‹‹:‹‹. Press
the 0 button to close the menu.
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Changing the timer time
Setting a later end time
Press the 0 button to open the time-setting options menu. Use
the rotary selector to change the time within the next few
seconds. Press the 0 button to close the menu.
A later end time can be set for
Setting the cooking time
If you set the cooking time for your dish, operation stops
automatically once this time has elapsed. The oven stops
heating.
Prerequisite: The type of heating and temperature must be set.
Example in the picture: setting for % top/bottom heating,
180 °C, cooking time of 45 minutes
1. Press the 0 button.
The time-setting options menu appears. The time-setting
options are displayed in the left-hand side of the display. The
timer function [U] is selected.
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all types of heating
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a variety of programmes
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and for self-cleaning
Example: you put the dish in the cooking compartment at 9.30.
It takes 45 minutes to cook and will be ready at 10.15, but you
would like it to be ready at 12.45 instead.
Change the end time from 10.15 to 12.45. Cooking starts at
12.00 and finishes at 12.45.
This function is also available for self-cleaning. You can shift the
time of the cleaning operation so it is carried out at night, which
means that the oven is available at all times during the day.
Please remember that easily spoiled foods must not be allowed
to remain in the cooking compartment for too long.
Setting a later end time
Prerequisite: a cooking time has already been set. Operation
has not yet begun. The time-setting options menu 0 is
opened.
1. Using the X button, move to the [p] end time .
2. Using the X button, move to the [r] end time.
2. Using the rotary selector, set a later end time.
3. Turn the rotary selector to set the cooking time.
3. Press the 0 button to close the time-setting options menu.
4. Confirm by pressing the n button.
4. Press the 0 button.
The time-setting options menu closes.
5. If the operation has not yet started, press the n button.
The time starts counting down.
The cooking time has elapsed
A signal sounds. The oven stops heating. The cooking time is
at ‹‹:‹‹. You can cancel the signal earlier by pressing the 0
button.
Cancelling the cooking time
Press the 0 button to open the menu. Using the X button,
switch to the [r] cooking time and use the rotary selector to
set the cooking time to ‹‹:‹‹. Press the 0 button to close
the menu.
Changing the cooking time
Press the 0 button to open the menu. Using the X button,
move to the [r] cooking time and set the cooking time using
the rotary selector. Press the 0 button to close the menu.
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The oven is in [p] standby. The end time is shown in the clock
display. As soon as operation starts, you will see the cooking
time counting down.
The cooking time has elapsed
A signal sounds. The oven stops heating. ‹‹:‹‹ is shown on
the clock display. You can stop the audible signal by pressing
the 0 button.
Correcting the end time
This is only possible as long as the oven is in [p] standby.
Press the 0 button to open the menu. Move to the end time
using the X button. Adjust the end time using the rotary
selector. Press the 0 button to close the menu.
Cancelling the end time
This is possible, providing the oven is on standby. Select the
menu with the 0 button and move to the end time using
the X button. Turn the rotary selector anti-clockwise until the
current end time is reached. The cooking time immediately
starts to count down.
Setting the clock
Changing the clock
The oven must be switched off before you can set or change
the clock.
If you wish to change the clock from summer to winter time, for
example:
Following a power cut
After a power cut [0] and ‹‹:‹‹ appears in the display. Set
the current time.
1. Press the 0 button.
The selected function [0] and [‚ƒ:‹‹] appear in the
display.
2. Turn the rotary selector to set the current time.
3. Confirm by pressing the 0 button.
The time appears in the display.
1. Press the 0 button.
The time-setting options menu appears.
2. Move to the clock [0] using the X button.
3. Turn the rotary selector to set the current time.
4. Press the 0 button.
The time appears in the display.
Hiding the clock
You can hide the clock. Then it will only appear when the oven
is switched on. For more information, refer to the Basic settings
section.
Memory
You can save the settings for a dish in the memory and call it
up again at any time.
The memory is useful for if you frequently prepare a specific
dish.
Saving settings in the memory
Saving another setting
Enter and save the new setting. The old settings are
overwritten.
Starting the memory
The self-cleaning function cannot be saved.
You can start cooking at any time using the settings saved for
your dish.
1. Specify the type of heating, temperature and, if required, a
1. Press the f button briefly.
cooking time for the dish you wish to cook. Do not start. If
you want to save a programme: Select the programme and
enter the weight. Do not start.
2. Press and hold the f button until the f symbol lights up on
the display. This will take a few seconds.
The setting is saved and can be started at any time.
The saved settings are displayed.
2. Press the n button.
The memory setting starts.
Changing the settings
This can be done at any time. The setting you originally saved
appears the next time you start the memory.
Sabbath mode
When this setting is used, the temperature of the oven remains
at between 85 °C and 140 °C with Top/bottom heating. You
can set a time between 24 and 73 hours.
The cooking time has elapsed
You can keep dishes in the cooking compartment hot for this
time without having to switch the oven on or off.
Setting a later end time
Starting Sabbath mode
Cancelling Sabbath mode
Prerequisite: "Sabbath mode, yes" is activated in the basic
settings. See the Basic settings section.
Press and hold the n button until 3D hot air, 160 °C appears.
You can make new settings.
The oven stops heating.
It is not possible to set a later end time.
1. Press the ! button.
< 3D hot air and 160 °C are suggested in the display.
2. Turn the rotary selector anti-clockwise to %f Sabbath mode.
3. Use the X button to switch to the temperature and set the
desired temperature using the rotary selector.
4. Use the 0 button to open the Time-setting options menu and
switch to [r] Cooking time with the X button.
27:00 hours are suggested.
5. Turn the rotary selector to set the required cooking time.
6. Press the 0 button.
The time-setting options menu closes.
7. Press the n button.
The Sabbath mode starts. You can see the cooking time
counting down in the status bar.
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Childproof lock
The oven has a childproof lock to prevent children from
switching it on by accident or changing an operation that is
already in progress.
compartment reaches approx. 50 °C. The symbol L appears.
The oven door locks immediately if the childproof lock is
activated when the oven is switched off.
Activating the childproof lock
Press and hold the D button until the D symbol appears. This
takes about 4 seconds.
The control panel is locked.
Releasing the lock
Press and hold the D button until the D symbol disappears.
You can make settings again.
Locking the oven door
You can change the basic settings so that the oven door also
locks. To find out how to do this, refer to the Basic settings
section. The oven door locks if the temperature in the cooking
Note: You can still switch the oven off, set the timer and switch
the audible signal off when the childproof lock is active by
pressing % or by pressing and holding the n button.
Basic settings
Your appliance has various basic settings, which you can
adjust to suit your needs at any time.
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Note: In the table, you will find all the basic settings and the
associated options for changing them. Only the basic settings
that correspond to the features of your specific appliance are
displayed.
Function
Basic setting
Options
Audible signal after a time has elapsed
ƒ = 2 minutes
‚ = 10 seconds
ƒ = 2 minutes
„ = 5 minutes
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Confirmation tone when a button is pressed.
‹ = off
‹ = off*
‚ = on
*Exception: A tone always sounds when
switching the appliance on and off.
™„
Brightness of the display lighting
„ = day
‚ = night
ƒ = medium
„ = day
™…
Clock display when the oven is switched off
‚ = on
‹ = off*
* The clock is shown while the residual
heat is displayed.
‚ = on
™†
Oven light during operation
‚ = on
‹ = off
‚ = on
™‡
Continue operation when the oven door is closed
‚ = operation continues ‹ = continue operation with n
automatically
‚ = operation continues automatically
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Additional door lock for childproof lock
‹ = no
‹ = no
‚ = yes
™‰
Length of cooling fan run-on time
ƒ = medium
‚ = short
ƒ = medium
„ = long
… = very long
™Š
Self-cleaning ceiling and side panels are retrofitted
‹ = no
‹ = no
‚ = yes
™‚‹ Telescopic shelves are retrofitted
‚ = yes
‹ = no
‚ = yes
™‚‚ Undo all changes and restore basic settings.
‹ = no
‹ = no
‚ = yes
™‚ƒ Sabbath mode
‹ = no
‹ = no
‚ = yes
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Changing the basic settings
Prerequisite: The oven must be switched off.
Have a look at the table containing the basic settings so that
you know what the numbers mean.
Example in the picture: changing the cooling fan run-on time
basic setting from medium to short.
1. Press and hold the ° button for approximately 4 seconds until
the ° symbol lights up.
The first basic setting is shown in the display.
2. Turn the rotary selector to select the required basic setting.
3. Press the X button.
4. Change the basic setting by turning the rotary selector.
5. You can now change other basic settings, as described in
points 2 to 4.
6. Press and hold the ° button until the current time appears.
This takes about four seconds. All changes are saved.
Cancelling
Press the % button. The changes are not applied.
Automatic switch-off
Your oven has an automatic switch-off function. It is activated if
no cooking time is set and the settings have not been changed
for a long time. The point at which this occurs depends on the
temperature or grill setting that has been set.
Switch-off activated
”‰ appears in the display. Operation is interrupted.
Press any button to make the display message go out. You can
make new settings.
Note: If a cooking time is set, the oven stops heating once the
cooking time has elapsed. The automatic switch-off function is
not necessary.
Self-cleaning
During self-cleaning, the oven heats up to approx. 500 . This
burns off residues from roasting, grilling or baking and you only
need to wipe the ashes from the cooking compartment.
: Risk of burns!
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You can choose from three cleaning levels.
Level
Degree of cleaning
Cooking time
1
gentle
approx. 1 hour, 15 minutes
2
medium
approx. 1 hour, 30 minutes
3
intensive
approx. 2 hours
The heavier and older the dirt, the higher the cleaning level
should be. It is sufficient to clean the cooking compartment
every two to three months. If required, you can clean the oven
more frequently than this. A cleaning cycle requires only
approx. 2.5 - 4.7 kilowatt hours.
Important notes
For your safety, the oven door locks automatically. The oven
door cannot be opened again until the cooking compartment
has cooled slightly and the padlock symbol for the locking
mechanism disappears.
The oven light in the cooking compartment does not come on
during Self-cleaning.
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The cooking compartment will become very hot during the
Self-cleaning cycle. Never open the appliance door or move
the locking latch by hand. Allow the appliance to cool
down.Keep children at a safe distance.
The appliance will become very hot on the outside during the
Self-cleaning cycle. Never touch the appliance door. Allow
the appliance to cool down.Keep children at a safe distance.
Risk of burns !
: Risk of fire!
The appliance will become very hot on the outside during the
Self-cleaning cycle. Never hang flammable objects, e.g. tea
towels, on the door handle. Do not place anything against the
front of the appliance.
Before self-cleaning
The cooking compartment must be empty. Remove
accessories, ovenware and shelf rails from the cooking
compartment. Please see the Care and cleaning section for
how to unhook the rails. If the rails have not been removed, a
signal will sound. The self-cleaning programme will not start.
Clean the oven door and the along the edges of the cooking
compartment in the area around the seal. Do not clean the seal.
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: Risk of fire!
Loose food residues, grease and meat juices may catch fire.
Wipe the cooking compartment and the accessories that are to
be cleaned at the same time with a damp cloth.
Cleaning accessories at the same time
The shelves are not suitable for the self-cleaning programme.
Take them out of the cooking compartment. If you wish to clean
accessories at the same time, use the accessory holders.
Insert the left and right-hand accessory holders.
Note: For details on which accessories are suitable for the selfcleaning programme, please see the optional accessory table
at the start of these instructions.
Setting the cleaning level
1. Press the q button.
Cleaning level 3 is suggested. You can start the self-cleaning
immediately by pressing the n button.
If you wish to change the cleaning level:
2. Select the desired cleaning level using the rotary selector.
3. Start with n.
The oven door locks shortly after operation starts. The L
symbol lights up to indicate that the lock has been activated.
The oven door cannot be opened until the symbol goes out.
Once cleaning has finished
The oven stops heating. ‹‹:‹‹ appears in the display.
Cancelling the setting
Switch off the oven with %. Do not open the oven door until
the L symbol disappears.
You can use the holder to clean enamelled accessories without
a non-stick coating at the same time, e.g. the universal pan.
Always only clean one accessory at a time.
Non-enamelled accessories, e.g. the wire rack, are not suitable
for the self-cleaning programme. Remove them from the
cooking compartment.
: Risk of serious damage to health.!
Never clean non-stick baking trays and baking tins at the same
time using the self-cleaning programme. High temperatures
damage the non-stick coating and poisonous gases are
released.
Adjusting the cleaning level
Once cleaning starts, the cleaning level can no longer be
changed.
Setting cleaning to run overnight
So that you can use your oven throughout the day, delay the
end of the cleaning process to during the night. See the Timesetting options section, setting a later end time.
After self-cleaning
Once the cooking compartment has cooled down, wipe out the
ash that has been left behind in the cooking compartment with
a damp cloth.
Care and cleaning
With good care and cleaning, your oven will remain clean and
fully-functioning for a long time to come. Here we will explain
how to maintain and clean your oven correctly.
Notes
■ Slight differences in the colours on the front of the oven are
caused by the use of different materials, such as glass,
plastic and metal.
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Area
Cleaning agents
Oven front
Hot soapy water:
Clean with a dish cloth and dry with a
soft cloth. Do not use glass cleaners or
glass scrapers.
Stainless steel
Hot soapy water:
Clean with a dish cloth and dry with a
soft cloth. Remove flecks of limescale,
grease, starch and albumin (e.g. egg
white) immediately. Corrosion can form
under such residues.
Shadows on the door panel which look like streaks, are
caused by reflections made by the oven light.
Enamel is baked on at very high temperatures. This can
cause some slight colour variations. This is normal and does
not affect their function. The edges of thin trays cannot be
completely enamelled. As a result, these edges can be
rough. This will not impair the anti-corrosion protection.
Special stainless steel cleaning products suitable for warm surfaces are available from our after-sales service or from
specialist retailers. Apply a thin layer of
the cleaning product with a soft cloth.
Cleaning agents
To ensure that the different surfaces are not damaged by using
the wrong cleaning agent, observe the information in the table.
Do not use
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sharp or abrasive cleaning agents,
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cleaning agents with a high concentration of alcohol,
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hard scouring pads or sponges,
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high-pressure cleaners or steam cleaners.
Wash new sponge cloths thoroughly before use.
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Door panels
Glass cleaner:
Clean with a soft cloth. Do not use a
glass scraper.
Door cover
Stainless steel cleaning agents (available
from our after-sales service or from specialist retailers):
Please observe the manufacturer's
instructions.
Area
Cleaning agents
Detaching and attaching the oven door
Cooking compartment
Hot soapy water or a vinegar solution:
Clean with a dish cloth.
For cleaning purposes and to remove the door panels, you can
detach the oven door.
If there are heavy deposits of dirt, use a
stainless steel scouring pad or oven
cleaner. Only use when the cooking
compartment is cold.
It is best to use the self-cleaning function.
Observe the instructions in the Self-cleaning section when doing so.
Glass cover for the
oven light
Hot soapy water:
Clean with a dish cloth.
Shelves
Hot soapy water:
Soak and clean with a dish cloth or
brush.
Telescopic shelves
Hot soapy water:
Clean with a dish cloth or a brush.
Do not soak. Clean in the dishwasher, or
in the oven as part of the self-cleaning
programme. The rails may be damaged
causing them to jam.
Accessories
Hot soapy water:
Soak and clean with a dish cloth or
brush.
The oven door hinges each have a locking lever. When the
locking levers are closed (figure A), the oven door is secured in
place. It cannot be detached. When the locking levers are open
in order to detach the oven door (Fig. B), the hinges are locked.
They cannot snap shut.
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Whenever the hinges are not locked, they snap shut with great
force. Ensure that the locking levers are always fully closed or,
when detaching the oven door, fully open.
Detaching the door
Detaching and refitting the rails
1. Open the oven door fully.
The rails can be removed for cleaning. The oven must have
cooled down.
2. Fold up the two locking levers on the left and right (figure A).
3. Close the oven door as far as the limit stop. With both hands,
grip the door on the left and right-hand sides. Close the door
a little further and pull it out (figure B).
Detaching the rails
1. Lift up the front of the rail
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3. Then pull the whole rail forward
4. and remove it (Fig. B).
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Attaching the door
Reattach the oven door in the reverse sequence to removal.
1. When attaching the oven door, ensure that both hinges are
inserted straight into the opening (figure A).
Clean the rails with cleaning agent and a sponge. For stubborn
deposits of dirt, use a brush.
Refitting the rails
2. The notch on the hinge must engage on both sides (figure B).
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1. First insert the rail into the rear socket, press it to the back
slightly (figure A),
2. and then hook it into the front socket (figure B).
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The rails only fit on the right or the left side. Ensure that, as
shown in figure B, levels 1 and 2 are below and levels 3, 4 and
5 are above. The pull-out rails must pull out forwards.
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3. Fold back both locking levers (figure C). Close the oven
door.
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4. Unscrew the retaining clips on the right and left. Lift the panel
and remove the clips from the panel (fig. C).
: Risk of injury!
5. Remove the seal from the bottom of the panel (fig. D). Pull
If the oven door falls out accidentally or a hinge snaps shut, do
not reach into the hinge. Call the after­sales service.
the seal and remove it up and out. Pull out the panel.
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Removing the door cover
The oven door cover can become discoloured. To carry out
thorough cleaning, you can remove the cover.
1. Open the oven door fully.
2. Unscrew the oven door cover. To do this, undo the left and
right screws (figure A).
3. Remove the cover (figure B).
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6. Pull the lower panel at an angle, upwards and out.
7. Do NOT unscrew the left and right-hand screws from the
sheet metal part (fig. E).
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Make sure that the oven door is not closed while the cover is
removed. The inner panel may be damaged.
Clean the cover with a stainless-steel cleaning agent.
4. Replace the cover and secure it in position.
5. Close the oven door.
Clean the panels with glass cleaner and a soft cloth.
Removing and installing the door panels
: Risk of injury!
To facilitate cleaning, you can remove the glass panels from the
oven door.
When removing the inner panels, pay attention to the sequence
in which the panels are removed. In order to reassemble the
panels in the correct sequence, use the numbers that appear
on each panel.
Removal
1. Detach the oven door and lay it on a cloth with the handle
facing down.
2. Unscrew the cover at the top of the oven door. To do this,
unscrew the left and right screws (fig. A).
3. Lift the top panel up and pull it out and remove the two small
seals (fig. B).
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Scratched glass in the appliance door may develop into a
crack. Do not use a glass scraper, or sharp or abrasive
cleaning aids or detergents.
Installation
During installation, make sure that the lettering "top right" is
upside down at the bottom left of both panels.
1. Insert the lower panel at an angle towards the back (fig. A).
2. Slide in the middle panel (fig. B).
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3. Stick the retaining clips onto the right and left-hand side of
the panel, aligning them so that the retaining carriers are over
the screw holes, and then screw into place (fig. C).
4. Hook the seal in to the bottom of the panel again (fig. D).
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6. Insert the two small seals on the left and right of the panel
again (fig. F).
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7. Put the cover back in place and screw it on.
5. Insert the uppermost panel at an angle to the back into the
brackets. Take care not to push the seal to the back (fig. E).
8. Attach the oven door.
Do not use the oven again until the panels have been
correctly installed.
Troubleshooting
Malfunctions often have simple explanations. Refer to the table
before calling the after-sales service as you may be able to
remedy the fault yourself.
: Risk of electric shock!
Incorrect repairs are dangerous. Repairs may only be carried
out by one of our trained after-sales engineers.
Malfunction table
If a dish does not turn out exactly as you wanted, refer to the
Tested for you in our cooking studio section, where you will
find plenty of cooking tips and tricks.
Problem
Possible cause
Note/remedy
The appliance does not work.
Circuit breaker faulty.
Look in the fuse box and check that the circuit
breaker is in working order.
‹‹:‹‹ appears in the display.
Power cut
Reset the clock.
The oven door cannot be opened. ‹‹:‹‹ Power cut during self-cleaning.
is shown in the display. The L symbol is
displayed.
Reset the clock. Wait until the L symbol goes out
in the display. You can open the oven door again.
The oven does not heat up or the type of
heating selected cannot be set.
Type of heating not recognised
Make the settings again.
The oven does not heat up. A small
square lights up in the temperature display.
The oven is in demo mode.
Switch off the circuit breaker in the fuse box, then
switch it back on after at least 20 seconds. Within
the next 2 minutes, press and hold the D button
for 4 seconds until the square disappears from the
display.
“”‰” appears on the display.
Automatic switch-off has been
Press any button.
activated. The oven stops heating.
Error messages with “
If an error message with “ is shown in the display, press the 0
button. This cancels the error message. You may then have to
reset the time. If the error is shown again, call the after-sales
service.
You can take remedial action yourself if the following error
messages are displayed.
Error message
Possible cause
Note/remedy
“‹‚‚
A button has been pressed for too Press all buttons individually. Check that the butlong.
tons are clean. If the error message remains,
please contact the after-sales service.
“‚‚†
The temperature in the cooking
compartment is too high.
The oven door locks. Wait until the cooking compartment has cooled down. Clear the error message with the 0 button.
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Replacing the bulb in the oven ceiling light
1. Place a tea towel in the oven when it is cold to prevent
If the bulb in the oven light fails, it must be replaced. Heatresistant, 40 watt spare bulbs can be obtained from our aftersales service or a specialist retailer. Only use these bulbs.
2. Remove the glass cover. To do this, open the glass cover
: Risk of electric shock!
Switch off the circuit breaker in the fuse box.
1. Place a tea towel in the oven when it is cold to prevent
damage.
2. Remove the glass cover. To do this, press back the metal
damage.
from the bottom with your hand (Fig. A). If the glass cover is
difficult to remove, use a spoon as an aid.
3. Pull out the bulb (do not turn it ) (Fig. B). Insert the new bulb,
making sure that the pins are in the correct position. Push the
bulb in firmly.
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tabs with your thumb (Fig. A).
3. Unscrew the bulb and replace it with one of the same type
(Fig. B).
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4. Refit the glass cover. Make sure that the curvature in the
glass is on the right. Insert the glass at the top and push it in
firmly at the bottom (Fig. C). The glass cover will click into
place.
4. Refit the glass cover. When doing this, insert it on one side
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and press firmly on the other side. The glass cover will click
into place.
5. Remove the tea towel and switch on the circuit breaker.
Replacing the bulb in the left-hand oven light
If the bulb in the oven light fails, it must be replaced. Heatresistant, 25 watt, 230 V halogen bulbs are available from the
after-sales service or specialist retailers. When handling the
halogen bulb, use a dry cloth. This will increase the service life
of the bulb. Only use these bulbs.
5. Remove the tea towel and switch on the circuit breaker.
: Risk of electric shock!
Glass cover
Switch off the circuit breaker in the fuse box.
You must replace a damaged glass cover. Suitable glass
covers may be obtained from the after-sales service. Please
specify the E number and FD number of your appliance.
After-sales service
Our after-sales service is there for you if your appliance needs
to be repaired. We will always find the right solution in order to
avoid unnecessary visits from a service technician.
E number and FD number
When calling us, please give the product number (E no.) and
the production number (FD no.) so that we can provide you with
the correct advice. The rating plate containing these numbers
can be found on the right-hand side of the oven door. You can
make a note of the numbers of your appliance and the
telephone number of the after-sales service in the space below
to save time should it be required.
E no.
FD no.
After-sales service O
Please note that there will be a fee for a visit by a service
technician in the event of a malfunction, even during the
warranty period.
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Please find the contact data of all countries in the enclosed
customer service list.
To book an engineer visit and product advice
GB
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Energy and the environment
Your new appliance is particularly energy-efficient. You will find
information here about the energy-optimised "Hot air eco"
heating type. You will also find tips on how to save even more
energy with your appliance and how to dispose of it in an
environmentally friendly way.
Table
Hot air eco heating type
The temperature and cooking time depend on the amount,
composition and quality of the food. This is why temperature
ranges are given in the table. You should try the lower
temperature first, since a lower temperature results in more
even browning. You can increase the temperature next time if
necessary.
With the energy-efficient "Hot air eco" heating type, you can
prepare many dishes on one level. The fan distributes the
energy-optimised heat from the ring heating element in the
back wall evenly around the cooking compartment. You can
achieve successful baking, roasting and cooking without
having to preheat the oven.
Notes
■ Place the items in the empty cooking compartment before it
has heated up. Otherwise, energy optimisation will not have
any effect.
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The table contains a selection of dishes best suited to Hot air
eco. It provides details on suitable temperatures and cooking
times. You can see which accessories and shelf positions are
suitable.
Place the baking tins and cookware in the centre of the wire
rack. If you are grilling food directly on the wire rack, the
universal pan should also be inserted at level 1. Fat and juices
are caught in the universal pan, which keeps the oven cleaner.
Only open the oven door during cooking when required.
Dishes using Hot air eco ‘/’
Accessories
Level
Temperature
in °C
Cooking time
in minutes
Cakes and pastries
Sponge on the baking tray with dry topping
Baking tray
3
170-190
25-35
Dough in tins
Loaf tin
2
160-180
50-60
Flan cake, sponge mixture
Flan-based cake tin
2
160-180
20-30
Delicate fruit flan, sponge
Springform/ring tin
2
160-180
50-60
Yeast dough on the baking tray with dry topping
Baking tray
3
170-190
25-35
Shortcrust pastry on the baking tray with dry topping Baking tray
3
180-200
20-30
Swiss roll
Baking tray
3
170-190
15-25
Sponge base, 2 eggs
Flan-based cake tin
2
150-170
20-30
Sponge flan, 6 eggs
Springform cake tin
2
150-170
40-50
Puff pastry
Baking tray
3
180-200
20-30
Biscuits
Baking tray
3
130-150
15-25
Whirls
Baking tray
3
140-150
30-45
Choux pastry
Baking tray
3
210-230
35-45
Bread rolls, rye flour
Baking tray
3
200-220
20-30
Potato gratin
Ovenproof dish
2
160-180
60-80
Lasagne
Ovenproof dish
2
180-200
40-50
Pizza, thin base
Universal pan
3
190-210
15-25
Pizza, deep-pan
Universal pan
2
180-200
20-30
Chips
Universal pan
3
200-220
20-30
Bakes
Frozen products
Chicken wings
Universal pan
3
220-240
20-30
Fish fingers
Universal pan
3
220-240
10-20
Crispy bread rolls
Universal pan
3
180-200
10-15
Pot-roasted beef, 1.5 kg
Ovenware, covered
2
190-210
130-150
Joint of pork, neck, 1 kg
Ovenware, uncovered
2
190-210
110-130
Joint of veal, topside, 1.5 kg
Ovenware, uncovered
2
190-210
110-130
Sea bream, x 2, 750 g each
Universal pan
2
170-190
50-60
Sea bream with salted, crisped skin, 900 g
Universal pan
2
170-190
60-70
Pike, 1000 g
Universal pan
2
170-190
60-70
Meat
Fish
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Accessories
Level
Temperature
in °C
Trout, x2, 500 g each
Universal pan
2
170-190
45-55
Fish fillets, 100 g each
Ovenware, covered
2+1
190-210
30-40
Dishes using Hot air eco ‘/’
Saving energy
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Only preheat the oven if this is specified in the recipe or in
the operating instruction tables.
Use dark, black lacquered or enamelled baking tins. They
absorb the heat particularly well.
Open the oven door as infrequently as possible while you are
cooking, baking or roasting.
Cooking time
in minutes
For longer cooking times, you can switch the oven off
10 minutes before the end of the cooking time and use the
residual heat to finish cooking.
Environmentally-friendly disposal
Dispose of packaging in an environmentally-friendly manner.
This appliance complies with European Directive
2002/96/EC on Waste Electrical and Electronic
Equipment (WEEE). The directive gives a framework for
the collection and recycling of old appliances, which is
valid across the EU.
It is best to bake several cakes one after the other. The oven
is still warm. This reduces the baking time for the second
cake. You can also place two loaf tins next to each other.
Automatic programmes
The automatic programmes help you to achieve elaborate pot
roasts, juicy roasts and delicious stews very easily. You do not
have to worry about turning and basting and the cooking
compartment remains clean.
The cooking result depends on the quality of the meat and the
size and type of ovenware. Use an oven cloth or oven gloves
when you take the finished dish out of the cooking
compartment. The ovenware will be very hot. Take care when
opening the ovenware, as hot steam will escape.
Ovenware
Automatic programmes are only suitable for roasting meat in
ovenware with lid, with the exception of browning a ham joint.
Only use ovenware with a tightly fitting lid. Also observe the
information from the ovenware manufacturer.
Suitable cookware
We recommend heat-resistant cookware (up to 300 °C) made
from glass or glass ceramic. Roasting dishes made from
stainless steel are not ideal. Their shiny surface reflects a high
proportion of the thermal radiation. The food will not brown as
much and the meat will be less well cooked. If you use a
stainless-steel roasting dish, remove the lid once the
programme has finished. Grill the meat at grill setting 3 for 8 to
10 minutes more. The dish browns more quickly if you use a
roasting dish made of enamelled steel, cast iron or diecast
aluminium. Add a little more liquid.
Unsuitable cookware
Cookware made of bright, shiny aluminium, unglazed clay or
plastic, and cookware with plastic handles, is not suitable.
Size of the ovenware
The meat should cover about two thirds of the ovenware base.
This will ensure that you get good meat juices.
The distance between the meat and the lid must be at least
3 cm. The meat may expand during the roasting process.
Programmes
Preparing the dish
You can use fresh or frozen meat. We recommend fresh chilled
meat.
Select a suitable roasting dish.
Weigh the fresh or frozen meat, poultry or fish. You will find
detailed information in the corresponding tables. You need the
weight in order to make the setting.
Season the meat. Season frozen meat in the same way as fresh
meat.
Many dishes require the addition of liquid. Pour enough liquid
into the ovenware so that the base is covered to a depth of
approx. ½ cm. If the table specifies “a little” liquid, 23 tablespoons are usually sufficient. If the table says “Yes”, feel
free to add more. Observe the instructions given before and in
the tables.
Cover the ovenware with a lid. Place it on the wire rack at
level 2.
For some dishes, it is not possible to set a later end time.
These dishes are marked with an asterisk *.
Always place the ovenware into the cooking compartment
without preheating it.
Programmes
Poultry
Place poultry in the roasting dish, breast side up. The
programme is not suitable for stuffed poultry.
When cooking several drumsticks, set the weight of the
heaviest drumstick. The drumsticks must be approximately the
same weight.
Example: For 3 chicken drumsticks of 300 g, 320 g and 400 g,
set 400 g.
Just as with drumsticks, if you want to prepare two chickens of
similar size in one roasting dish, make settings according to the
weight of the heavier chicken.
Programme
number
Weight range in kg
Add liquid
Weight setting
Chicken, fresh
P1*
0.7-2.0
No
Weight of meat
Poulard, fresh
P2*
1.4-2.3
No
Weight of meat
Duck, fresh
P3*
1.6-2.7
No
Weight of meat
Goose, fresh
P4*
2.5-3.5
No
Weight of meat
Poultry
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Programmes
Programme
number
Weight range in kg
Add liquid
Weight setting
Small turkey, fresh
P5*
2.5-3.5
No
Weight of meat
Drumsticks, fresh, e. g. chicken, duck,
goose, turkey drumsticks
P6*
0.3-1.5
No
Weight of heaviest
drumstick
Meat
Pour the specified amount of liquid into the ovenware.
Programmes
Beef
When cooking pot roasts, ensure that sufficient liquid is added.
You can also use the marinade. Cook sirloin fatty-side up.
Programme
number
Weight range in kg
Add liquid
Weight setting
P7
0.5-3.0
Yes
Weight of meat
P8*
0.5-2.0
Yes
Weight of meat
P9
0.5-2.5
No
Weight of meat
P10
0.5-3.0
Yes
Weight of meat
P11
0.5-3.0
A little
Weight of meat
P12
0.5-2.5
Yes
Weight of meat
P13
0.5-2.5
A little
Weight of meat
Beef
Pot roast, fresh
e g. prime rib, boned shoulder, shoulder,
marinated beef
Pot roast, frozen
e g. prime rib, boned shoulder, shoulder
Sirloin, fresh, rare
e. g. loin
Veal
Joint, fresh, lean
e. g. topside, flank
Joint, fresh, marbled
e. g. neck, scrag end
Knuckle on the bone, fresh
Lamb
Leg, fresh, boned, well done
Leg, fresh, boned, medium
P14
0.5-2.5
No
Weight of meat
Leg, fresh, on the bone, well done
P15
0.5-2.5
A little
Weight of meat
Leg, frozen, boned, well-done
P16*
0.5-2.0
A little
Weight of meat
Leg, frozen, on the bone, well done
P17*
0.5-2.0
A little
Weight of meat
Game
Game can be covered with bacon, which keeps the meat more
succulent, but means that it will not brown as much. To create a
more delicate taste, you can marinate the game overnight in the
fridge in buttermilk, wine or vinegar, before cooking.
When cooking more than one haunch of hare, set the weight of
the heaviest haunch.
Rabbit can also be cooked pre-cut into portions. Set the total
weight.
Game
Programme
number
Weight range in kg
Add liquid
Weight setting
Joint of venison, fresh
P18
0.5-3.0
Yes
Weight of meat
P19
0.5-3.0
Yes
Weight of meat
e. g. shoulder, breast
Boned leg of roe venison, fresh
Hare haunch on the bone, fresh
P20
0.3-0.6
Yes
Weight of meat
Rabbit, fresh
P21
0.5-3.0
Yes
Weight of meat
Fish
Prepare the fish, then add vinegar, lemon juice or white wine
and salt as usual.
For braised fish: Pour some liquid (e. g. wine or lemon juice)
into the cookware, ½ cm deep.
For baked fish: Turn the fish in flour and brush with melted
butter.
Programmes
Whole fish turns out particularly well if it is placed in the dish in
a swimming position In other words, the dorsal fin is pointing
upwards. To ensure that the fish remains in position, place half
a potato or a small, ovenproof container into the stomach
cavity.
When cooking more than one fish, set the total weight.
However, the fish must be roughly the same size or the same
weight. Example: For two trout of 0.6 kg and 0.5 kg, set 1.1 kg.
Programme
number
Weight range in kg
Add liquid
Weight setting
P22*
0.3-1.5
Yes
Total weight
Fish
Trout, fresh, braise
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Programmes
Programme
number
Weight range in kg
Add liquid
Weight setting
Trout, fresh, bake
P23*
0.3-1.5
No
Total weight
Cod, fresh, braise
P24*
0.5-2.0
Yes
Total weight
Cod, fresh, bake
P25*
0.5-2.0
No
Total weight
Stew
You can combine various types of meat and fresh vegetables.
Cut the meat into bite-sized pieces. Use whole chicken
portions.
Add between the same and double the quantity of vegetables
to the meat. Example: For 0.5 kg of meat, add 0.5 kg to 1 kg of
fresh vegetables.
Programmes
If you wish the meat to brown, add it as the last ingredient to
the roasting dish on top of the vegetables. If you do not want it
to brown so much, mix the meat in among the vegetables.
When cooking a stew with meat, set the weight of the meat. If
you want the vegetables to be softer, set the total weight.
Firm types of vegetables are suitable for making vegetable
stew, such as carrots, green beans, white cabbage, celery and
potatoes. The smaller you cut the vegetables, the softer they
will become. So that the vegetables are not browned too much,
cover them with liquid.
Programme
number
Weight range in kg
Add liquid
Weight setting
P26
0.3-3.0
Yes
Weight of meat
P27
0.3-3.0
Yes
Total weight
Goulash
P28
0.3-3.0
Yes
Weight of meat
Roulades
P29
0.3-3.0
Yes
Weight of meat
Stew
With meat
e. g. beef stew
With vegetables
e. g. vegetable stew
Meat loaf
Set the total weight of the meat loaf.
Use fresh minced meat.
The recipe can be improved by adding diced vegetables or
cheese.
Programmes
Programme
number
Weight range in kg
Add liquid
Weight setting
Made from fresh beef
P30
0.3-3.0
No
Total weight
Made from fresh lamb
P31*
0.3-3.0
No
Total weight
Meat loaf
Made from fresh, mixed meat
P32*
0.3-3.0
No
Total weight
Made from fresh pork
P33*
0.3-3.0
No
Total weight
Pork
Joints with a crust should be placed in the dish with the crust
side up. Score the rind to make a grid-like pattern, without
cutting into the meat.
Programmes
Place ham joints in the dish with the layer of fat facing upwards.
Cook in an uncovered dish until a brown crust forms.
When roasting joints of meat, set the weight of the meat. For
rolled roasting joints, set the total weight.
Programme
number
Weight range in kg
Add liquid
Weight setting
Neck joint, fresh, boned
P34
0.5-3.0
Yes
Weight of meat
Neck joint, frozen, boned
P35*
0.5-2.0
Yes
Weight of meat
Roast loin, fresh
P36
0.5-2.5
Yes
Weight of meat
Rolled roasting joint, fresh
P37
0.5-3.0
Yes
Total weight
Joint with crust, fresh, belly
P38
0.5-3.0
No
Weight of meat
Ham joint, fresh, cured, cook
P39
1.0-4.0
A little
Weight of meat
Ham joint, fresh, cured, brown
P40*
1.0-4.0
No
Weight of meat
Pork
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Selecting and setting a programme
First choose a suitable programme from the programme table.
Example in the diagram: setting for pot-roasted beef, fresh,
programme 7, weight of meat 1.3 kg.
1. Press the ` button.
The first programme number appears in the temperature
display.
5. Press the n button.
The programme length is shown.
2. Select the desired programme number using the rotary
selector.
The programme starts. You will see the cooking time [[[r]
counting down on the clock display.
The programme has ended
A signal sounds. The oven stops heating. You can cancel the
signal earlier by pressing the 0button.
Changing the programme duration
The duration of the programme cannot be changed.
3. Press the X button.
A weight is suggested in the clock display.
Changing the programme
Once a programme has been started, it can no longer be
changed.
Opening the oven door during cooking
Operation is suspended. When the door is closed again,
operation resumes.
Pausing operation
4. Use the rotary selector to specify the weight of the dish.
Press the n button briefly. The oven is paused. Press the n
button again to continue operation.
Cancelling the programme
Press and hold nbutton until the <symbol for 3D hot air and
160 °C appear. You can now change the settings.
Setting a later end time
See the section entitled Time-setting options - Setting a later
end time.
Tips for the automatic programmes
The weight of the joint or poultry is
greater than the weight ranges available.
The weight range is deliberately limited. For very large joints, it is often impossible to
obtain a sufficiently large roasting dish. Prepare large pieces with % Top/bottom heating
or 4 Hot air grilling.
The joint has cooked well, but the juices Select a smaller dish or use more liquid.
are too dark.
The joint has cooked well, but the juices Select a larger dish or use less liquid.
are too clear and watery.
The joint is too dry on the top.
Use a dish with a tightly fitting lid. Very lean meat will remain more succulent if it is covered with rashers of bacon.
The joint looks good, but there was a
burning smell during roasting.
The lid of the roasting dish is not closed properly, or the meat has expanded and has
pushed up the lid. Always use the right lid for your ovenware. Make sure that there is at
least 3 cm between the meat and the lid.
You wish to prepare frozen meat.
Season frozen meat in the same way as fresh meat. Caution: For frozen meat it is not
possible to delay the end time. The meat would defrost during the waiting time and would
be inedible.
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Tested for you in our cooking studio
Here you will find a selection of dishes and the ideal settings for
them. We will show you which type of heating and which
temperature are best suited for your dish. You can find
information about suitable accessories and the height at which
they should be inserted. There are also tips about cookware
and preparation methods.
Notes
■ The values in the table always apply to dishes placed into the
cooking compartment when it is cold and empty.
Only preheat the appliance if the table specifies that you
should do so. Do not line the accessories with greaseproof
paper until after they have been preheated.
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Baking tray: level 1
Baking trays that are placed in the oven at the same time will
not necessarily be ready at the same time.
The tables show numerous suggestions for your dishes.
If you are baking with 3 cake/loaf tins at the same time, place
these on the wire racks as indicated in the picture.
The times specified in the tables are guidelines only. They will
depend on the quality and composition of the food.
Use the accessories supplied. Additional accessories may be
obtained as special accessories from specialist retailers or
from the after-sales service.
Before using the oven, remove any unnecessary accessories
and ovenware from the cooking compartment.
Always use oven gloves when taking hot accessories or
ovenware out of the cooking compartment.
Cakes and pastries
Baking on one level
When baking cakes, the best results can be achieved using %
Top/bottom heating.
When baking with : 3D hot air, use the following shelf heights
for the accessory:
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Cakes in tins: level 2
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Cakes on trays: level 3
Use : 3D hot air.
Shelf heights for baking on 2 levels:
Universal pan: level 3
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Baking tray: level 1
Baking tray: level 5
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Universal pan: level 3
Baking times are increased when light-coloured baking tins
made of thin metal or glass dishes are used, and cakes do not
brown so evenly.
If you wish to use silicone baking tins, use the information and
recipes provided by the manufacturer as a guide. Silicone
baking tins are often smaller than normal tins. The amount of
mixture and recipe instructions may differ.
Tables
If you preheat the oven, the baking time is shortened by 5 to 10
minutes.
Additional information can be found in the Baking tips section
following the tables.
Shelf heights for baking on 3 levels:
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It is best to use dark-coloured metal baking tins.
The tables show the ideal type of heating for the various cakes
and pastries. The temperature and baking time depend on the
amount and composition of the mixture. This is why
temperature ranges are given in the tables. You should try the
lower temperature first, since a lower temperature results in
more even browning. You can increase the temperature next
time if necessary.
Baking on two or more levels
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Baking tins
Note: Due to the high level of moisture when baking with '
HydroBake, condensation can form on the inside window of the
oven. Open the oven door carefully, as hot steam will escape.
Cakes in tins
Tin
Level
Type of
heating
Temperature
in °C
Cooking time
in minutes
Sponge cake, simple
ring tin/round tin
2
:
160-180
50-60
3 loaf tins
3+1
:
140-160
60-80
Sponge cake, delicate
ring tin/round tin
2
%
150-170
60-70
Flan base, sponge
flan tin
3
%
160-180
20-30
Delicate fruit flan, sponge
springform/ring tin
2
%
160-180
50-60
Sponge base, 2 eggs (preheat)
flan tin
2
'
160-180
20-30
Sponge flan, 6 eggs (preheat)
springform cake tin
2
'
160-180
40-50
Shortcrust pastry base with crust
springform cake tin
1
%
180-200
25-35
Fruit tart/cheesecake, pastry base*
springform cake tin
1
%
160-180
70-90
Swiss flan
pizza tray
1
%
220-240
35-45
Ring cake
ring cake tin
2
%
150-170
60-70
Pizza, thin base with light topping (preheat)
pizza tray
1
%
280-300
10-15
* Turn off the oven and allow cakes to cool for an additional 20 minutes with the oven door closed.
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Cakes in tins
Tin
Level
Type of
heating
Temperature
in °C
Cooking time
in minutes
Savoury cakes*
springform cake tin
1
%
170-190
45-55
* Turn off the oven and allow cakes to cool for an additional 20 minutes with the oven door closed.
Cakes on trays
Accessories
Level
Type of
heating
Temperature
in °C
Cooking time
in minutes
Sponge with dry topping
baking tray
2
'
170-190
20-30
universal pan + baking
tray
3+1
:
150-170
35-45
universal pan
2
%
170-190
25-35
universal pan + baking
tray
3+1
:
140-160
40-50
baking tray
3
'
170-190
25-35
universal pan + baking
tray
3+1
:
150-170
35-45
universal pan
3
%
160-180
40-50
universal pan + baking
tray
3+1
:
150-160
50-60
Shortcrust pastry with dry topping
baking tray
1
%
180-200
20-30
Shortcrust pastry with moist topping
(fruit)
universal pan
2
%
160-180
60-70
Swiss flan
universal pan
1
%
210-230
40-50
Swiss roll (preheat)
baking tray
2
'
170-190
15-20
Plaited loaf with 500 g flour
baking tray
2
'
180-200
25-35
Stollen with 500 g flour
baking tray
3
%
160-180
60-70
Stollen with 1 kg flour
baking tray
3
%
140-160
90-100
Strudel, sweet
universal pan
2
%
190-210
55-65
Pizza
baking tray
2
%
220-240
25-35
universal pan + baking
tray
3+1
:
180-200
40-50
Sponge with moist topping (fruit)
Yeast dough with dry topping
Yeast dough with moist topping (fruit)
Tarte flambée (preheat)
universal pan
2
%
280-300
10-12
Börek
Universal pan
2
%
180-200
40-50
Small baked items
Accessories
Level
Type of
heating
Temperature
in °C
Cooking time
in minutes
Biscuits
baking tray
3
:
140-160
15-25
universal pan + baking tray
3+1
:
130-150
25-35
2 baking trays + universal pan
5+3+1
:
130-150
30-40
baking tray
3
'
140-150
30-40
baking tray
3
:
140-150
25-35
universal pan + baking tray
3+1
:
140-150
30-45
2 baking trays + universal pan
5+3+1
:
130-140
35-50
baking tray
2
%
100-120
30-40
universal pan + baking tray
3+1
:
100-120
35-45
Viennese whirls (preheat)
Macaroons
2 baking trays + universal pan
5+3+1
:
100-120
40-50
Meringue
baking tray
3
:
80-100
100-150
Muffins
wire rack with muffin tray
3
%
180-200
20-25
2 wire racks with muffin trays
3+1
:
160-180
25-30
Choux pastry
baking tray
2
'
210-230
30-40
Puff pastry
baking tray
3
:
180-200
20-30
universal pan + baking tray
3+1
:
180-200
25-35
2 baking trays + universal pan
5+3+1
:
170-190
35-45
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Small baked items
Leavened cake
Accessories
Level
Type of
heating
Temperature
in °C
Cooking time
in minutes
baking tray
3
'
190-210
20-30
universal pan + baking tray
3+1
:
160-180
25-35
Bread and rolls
When baking bread, preheat the oven, unless instructions state
otherwise.
Never pour water into the hot oven.
Bread and rolls
Accessories
Level
Type of
heating
Temperature
in °C
Cooking time
in minutes
Yeast bread with 1.2 kg flour
universal pan
2
'
300
5
200
30-40
Sourdough bread with 1.2 kg
flour
universal pan
2
300
8
200
35-45
'
Flatbread
universal pan
2
'
300
10-15
Bread rolls (do not preheat)
baking tray
3
'
200-220
20-30
Rolls made with sweet yeast
dough
baking tray
3
'
180-200
15-20
universal pan + baking tray
3+1
:
150-170
20-30
Baking tips
You wish to bake according to your own Use similar items in the baking tables as a guide.
recipe.
How to establish whether sponge cake
is baked through.
Approximately 10 minutes before the end of the baking time specified in the recipe, stick
a cocktail stick into the cake at the highest point. If the cocktail stick comes out clean,
the cake is ready.
The cake collapses.
Use less fluid next time or set the oven temperature 10 degrees lower. Observe the
specified mixing times in the recipe.
The cake has risen in the middle but is
lower around the edge.
Do not grease the sides of the springform cake tin. After baking, loosen the cake carefully with a knife.
The cake goes too dark on top.
Place it lower in the oven, select a lower temperature and bake the cake for a little
longer.
The cake is too dry.
When it is done, make small holes in the cake using a cocktail stick. Then drizzle fruit
juice or an alcoholic beverage over it. Next time, select a temperature 10 degrees higher
and reduce the baking time.
The bread or cake (e.g. cheesecake)
looks good, but is soggy on the inside
(sticky, streaked with water).
Use slightly less fluid next time and bake for slightly longer at a lower temperature. For
cakes with a moist topping, bake the base first. Sprinkle it with almonds or bread crumbs
and then place the topping on top. Please follow the recipe and baking times.
The cake is unevenly browned.
Select a slightly lower temperature to ensure that the cake is baked more evenly. Bake
delicate pastries on one level using % Top/bottom heating. Protruding greaseproof
paper can affect the air circulation. For this reason, always cut greaseproof paper to fit
the baking tray.
The bottom of a fruit cake is too light.
Place the cake one level lower the next time.
The fruit juice overflows.
Next time, use the deeper universal pan, if you have one.
Small baked items made out of yeast
dough stick to one another when baking.
There should be a gap of approx. 2 cm around each item. This gives enough space for
the baked items to expand well and turn brown on all sides.
You were baking on several levels. The Always use : 3D hot air to bake on more than one level. Baking trays that are placed in
items on the top baking tray are darker the oven at the same time will not necessarily be ready at the same time.
than that on the bottom baking tray.
Condensation forms when you bake
moist cakes.
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Baking may result in the formation of water vapour, which escapes above the door. The
steam may settle and form water droplets on the control panel or on the fronts of adjacent units. This is a natural process.
Meat, poultry, fish
Grilling
Ovenware
When grilling, preheat the oven for approx. 3 minutes, before
placing the food into the cooking compartment.
You may use any heat­resistant ovenware. The universal pan is
suitable for large roasts.
Always grill with the oven door closed.
Glass ovenware is the most suitable. Ensure that the lid of the
roasting dish fits well and closes properly.
As far as possible, the pieces of food you are grilling should be
of equal thickness. This will allow them to brown evenly and
remain succulent and juicy.
Add a little more liquid when using enamelled roasting dishes.
Turn the food you are grilling after Z of the time.
With roasting dishes made of stainless steel, browning is not so
intense and the meat may be somewhat less well cooked.
Increase the cooking times.
Information in the tables:
Ovenware without a lid = open
Ovenware with a lid = closed
Always place the ovenware in the centre of the wire rack.
Do not add salt to steaks until they have been grilled.
Place the food to be grilled directly on the wire rack. If you are
grilling a single piece, the best results are achieved by placing
it in the centre of the wire rack.
The universal pan should also be inserted at level 1. The meat
juices are collected in the pan and the oven is kept cleaner.
Place hot glass ovenware on a dry mat after cooking. The glass
could crack if placed on a cold or wet surface.
When grilling, do not insert the baking tray or universal pan at
level 4 or 5. The high heat distorts it and the cooking
compartment can be damaged when removing it.
Roasting
The grill element switches on and off continually. This is normal.
The grill setting determines how frequently this will happen.
Add in a little liquid if the meat is lean. Cover the base of the
ovenware with approx. ½ cm of liquid.
Add liquid generously for pot roasts. Cover the base of the
ovenware with approx. 1 - 2 cm of liquid.
The amount of liquid depends on the type of meat and the
material the ovenware is made of. If preparing meat in an
enamelled roasting dish, it will need a little more liquid than if
cooked in glass ovenware.
Roasting dishes made from stainless steel are not ideal. The
meat cooks more slowly and browns less fully. Use a higher
temperature and/or a longer cooking time.
Meat
Meat
Turn pieces of meat halfway through the cooking time.
When the roast is ready, turn off the oven and allow it to rest for
an additional 10 minutes. This allows better distribution of the
meat juices.
After cooking, wrap sirloin in aluminium foil and leave it to rest
for 10 minutes in the oven.
For roast pork with a rind, score the rind in a crossways pattern,
then lay the roast in the dish with the rind at the bottom.
Weight
Accessories and
ovenware
Level
Type of
heating
Temperature
Cooking time
in °C, grill set- in minutes
ting
1.0 kg
covered
2
%
200-220
100
1.5 kg
2
%
190-210
120
2.0 kg
2
Beef
Pot-roasted beef
Fillet of beef, medium
1.0 kg
%
180-200
140
2
%
210-230
60
2
%
200-220
80
uncovered
1
4
220-240
60
wire rack + universal pan
5+1
(
3
15
uncovered
2
%
190-210
110
2
%
180-200
130
2
uncovered
1.5 kg
Sirloin, medium
1.0 kg
Steaks, 3 cm thick, medium
Veal
Joint of veal
1.0 kg
1.5 kg
%
170-190
150
1.5 kg
uncovered
2
%
210-230
140
1.0 kg
universal pan with
grill tray
1
4
190-210
120
1
4
180-200
150
1
4
170-190
170
1
2.0 kg
Knuckle of veal
Pork
Joint without rind (e.g. neck)
1.5 kg
2.0 kg
Joint with rind (e.g. shoulder)
Fillet of pork
1.0 kg
uncovered
4
190-210
130
1.5 kg
1
4
180-200
160
2.0 kg
1
4
170-190
190
3+1
4
230-240
30
500 g
wire rack + universal pan
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Meat
Weight
Accessories and
ovenware
Level
Type of
heating
Cooking time
Temperature
in °C, grill set- in minutes
ting
Pork joint, lean
1.0 kg
uncovered
2
%
200-220
120
1.5 kg
2
%
190-210
140
2.0 kg
2
%
180-200
160
covered
2
%
210-230
70
Steaks, 2 cm thick
wire rack + universal pan
5+1
(
3
15
Pork medallions, 3 cm thick
wire rack + universal pan
5+1
(
3
10
Smoked pork on the bone
1.0 kg
Lamb
Saddle of lamb on the bone
1.5 kg
uncovered
2
4
190-210
60
Leg of lamb, boned, medium
1.5 kg
uncovered
1
4
160-180
120
Saddle of venison on the bone
1.5 kg
uncovered
2
%
200-220
50
Leg of roe venison, boned
1.5 kg
covered
2
%
210-230
100
Wild boar joint
1.5 kg
covered
2
%
180-200
140
Joint of venison
1.5 kg
covered
2
%
180-200
130
Rabbit
2.0 kg
covered
2
%
220-240
60
1
4
180-200
80
4+1
(
3
15
Game
Minced meat
Meat loaf
Made from uncovered
500 g meat
Sausages
Sausages
wire rack + universal pan
Poultry
The weights indicated in the table refer to oven-ready poultry
(without stuffing).
Place whole poultry on the lower wire rack breast-side down.
Turn after Z of the specified time.
Turn roasts, such as rolled turkey joint or turkey breast, halfway
through the cooking time. Turn poultry portions after Z of the
time.
For duck or goose, pierce the skin on the underside of the
wings. This allows the fat to run out.
Poultry will turn out particularly crispy and brown if you baste it
towards the end of the roasting time with butter, salted water or
orange juice.
Poultry
Weight
Accessories and
ovenware
Level
Type of
heating
Cooking time
Temperature
in °C, grill set- in minutes
ting
Chicken, whole
1.2 kg
wire rack + universal pan
2+1
4
220-240
60-70
Poulard, whole
1.6 kg
wire rack + universal pan
2+1
4
210-230
80-90
Chicken, halved
500 g each universal pan with
grill tray
2
4
220-240
40-50
Chicken portions
150 g each universal pan with
grill tray
3
4
210-230
30-40
Chicken portions
300 g each universal pan with
grill tray
3
4
210-230
35-45
Chicken breast
200 g each wire rack + universal pan
3+1
(
3
30-40
Duck, whole
2.0 kg
2+1
4
190-210
100-110
Duck breast
300 g each universal pan with
grill tray
3
4
240-260
30-40
Goose, whole
3.5-4.0 kg
2+1
4
170-190
120-140
Goose legs
400 g each universal pan with
grill tray
3
4
220-240
40-50
30
wire rack + universal pan
wire rack + universal pan
Poultry
Weight
Accessories and
ovenware
Level
Type of
heating
Cooking time
Temperature
in °C, grill set- in minutes
ting
Small turkey, whole
3.0 kg
wire rack + universal pan
2+1
4
180-200
80-100
Rolled turkey joint
1.5 kg
uncovered
1
4
200-220
110-130
Turkey breast
1.0 kg
covered
2
%
180-200
80-90
Turkey thigh
1.0 kg
universal pan with
grill tray
2
4
180-200
90-100
Fish
Turn the pieces of fish after Z of the time.
Whole fish does not have to be turned. Place the whole fish in
the oven in its swimming position with its dorsal fin facing
upwards. Placing half a potato or a small ovenproof container
in the stomach cavity of the fish will make it more stable.
For fish fillet, add a few tablespoons of liquid to provide steam.
Fish
Weight
Accessories and ovenware
Level
Type of
heating
Temperature
Cooking time
in °C, grill set- in minutes
ting
Fish, whole
300 g each
(approx.)
universal pan with grill tray
2
(
2
20-25
1.0 kg
wire rack + universal pan
2+1
4
200-220
45-55
1.5 kg
wire rack + universal pan
2+1
4
190-210
60-70
2.0 kg
covered
2
%
190-210
70-80
Fish steak, 3 cm thick
universal pan with grill tray
3
(
2
20-25
Fish fillet
covered
2
%
210-230
25-30
Tips for roasting and grilling
The table does not contain information
for the weight of the joint.
Select the next lowest weight from the instructions and extend the time.
How to tell when the roast is ready.
Use a meat thermometer (available from specialist shops) or carry out a “spoon test”.
Press down on the roast with a spoon. If it feels firm, it is ready. If the spoon can be
pressed in, it needs to be cooked for a little longer.
The roast is too dark and the crackling
is partly burnt.
Check the shelf height and temperature.
The roast looks good but the juices are Next time, use a smaller roasting dish or add more liquid.
burnt.
The roast looks good but the juices are Next time, use a larger roasting dish and use less liquid.
too clear and watery.
Steam rises from the roast when basted. This is normal and due to the laws of physics. The majority of the steam escapes through
the steam outlet. It may settle and form condensation on the cooler switch panel or on
the fronts of adjacent units.
Slow cooking
Slow cooking, also known as low-temperature cooking, is the
ideal cooking method for tender pieces of meat that are to be
cooked medium rare or à point. Meat remains very succulent
and tender.
The benefit of this cooking method is that it allows lots of scope
for menu planning because slow-cooked meat is easy to keep
warm.
Notes
■ Only use fresh, good-quality meat. Carefully remove sinews
and fat from around the edge. Fat develops a strong, distinct
taste during slow cooking.
■
■
■
Larger pieces of meat do not need to be turned.
Meat can be carved immediately following slow cooking. No
standing time is required.
■
■
If you want to make gravy, cook the meat in ovenware with a
lid. Please note that the cooking times will be reduced.
In order to check whether the meat is cooked, use a meat
thermometer. A core temperature of 60 °C should be
maintained for at least 30 minutes.
Suitable ovenware
Use shallow ovenware, e.g. a porcelain serving plate or an
glass roasting dish without the lid.
Always place the uncovered ovenware on the wire rack at
level 2.
Making settings
1. Select % Top/bottom heating and set a temperature between
70 and 90 °C.
Preheat the oven, placing the ovenware inside it to warm.
Due to the special cooking method, the meat looks pink, i.e.
medium rare. This does not mean, however, that it is raw or
not well done enough.
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2. Rapidly heat a little fat in a pan. Sear the meat on all sides,
Table
3. Put the ovenware containing the meat back in the oven and
All tender joints of poultry, beef, veal, pork and lamb are
suitable for slow cooking. The slow cooking times depend on
the thickness and the core temperature of the meat.
even on the ends, and place immediately on the preheated
ovenware.
slow cook. A slow-cook temperature of 80 °C is ideal for
most pieces of meat.
Dish
Weight
Level
Type of
heating
Temperature
in °C
Searing time
in minutes
Slow cooking
time in hours
Turkey breast
1000 g
2
%
80
6-7
4-5
Duck breast*
300-400 g
2
%
80
3-5
2-2½
Joint of beef (e.g. rump) 6­7 cm
thick
approx. 1.5 kg
2
%
80
6-7
4½-5½
Tenderloin, whole
approx. 1.5 kg
2
%
80
6-7
5-6
Sirloin, 5­6 cm thick
approx. 1.5 kg
2
%
80
6-7
4-5
2
%
80
5-7
80-110 Min.
Poultry
Beef
Steak-cut rump, 3 cm thick
Veal
Joint of veal (e.g. topside),
6-7 cm thick
approx. 1.5 kg
2
%
80
6-7
5-6
Fillet of veal
approx. 800 g
2
%
80
6-7
3-3½
Pork joint, lean (e.g. loin), 5-6 cm approx. 1.5 kg
thick
2
%
80
6-7
5-6
Fillet of pork, whole
approx. 500 g
2
%
80
6-7
2½-3
approx. 200 g
2
%
80
5-6
1½-2
Pork
Lamb
Lamb saddle fillet, whole
* For crispy skin, briefly fry the duck breast in a frying pan after slow cooking.
Tips for slow cooking
Slow-cooked meat is not as hot as con- So that the roasted meat does not cool so quickly, warm the plates and serve the gravy
ventionally roasted meat.
very hot.
If you wish to keep slow-cooked meat
warm.
After slow cooking, turn the temperature down to 70 °C. Small pieces of meat can be
kept warm for up to 45 minutes, larger pieces for up to 2 hours.
Bakes, gratins, toast with toppings
Always place ovenware on the wire rack.
If you are grilling directly on the wire rack without ovenware,
you should also insert the universal pan at level 1. This keeps
the oven cleaner.
How well cooked the bake is will depend on the size of the
ovenware and the height of the bake. The figures in the table
are only average values.
Accessories and ovenware
Level
Type of
heating
Temperature
in °C, grill setting
Cooking time
in minutes
Bake, sweet
ovenproof dish
2
%
180-200
50-60
Soufflé
ovenproof dish
2
%
180-200
35-45
Dish
Bakes
Ramekins
2
%
200-220
20-25
Pasta bake
ovenproof dish
2
%
200-220
40-50
Lasagne
ovenproof dish
2
%
180-200
40-50
1 ovenproof dish
2
4
160-180
60-80
2 ovenproof dishes
3+1
:
150-170
60-80
Gratin
Potato gratin, raw ingredients,
max. 4 cm deep
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Accessories and ovenware
Level
Type of
heating
Temperature
in °C, grill setting
Cooking time
in minutes
4 slices, with topping
wire rack + universal pan
3+1
4
160-170
10-15
12 slices, with topping
wire rack + universal pan
3+1
4
160-170
15-20
Dish
Toast
Convenience products
Observe the instructions on the packaging.
If you line the accessories with greaseproof paper, make sure
that the paper is suitable for these temperatures. Make sure the
paper is a suitable size for the dish to be cooked.
Dish
The cooking result greatly depends on the quality of the food.
Pre-browning and irregularities can sometimes even be found
on the raw product.
Accessories
Level
Type of
heating
Temperature
in °C
Cooking time
in minutes
universal pan
2
; /6
200-220
15-25
universal pan + wire rack
3+1
:
180-200
20-30
universal pan
2
; /6
170-190
20-30
universal pan + wire rack
3+1
:
170-190
25-35
Pizza baguette
universal pan
3
; /6
170-190
20-30
Mini pizza
universal pan
3
; /6
190-210
10-20
universal pan
1
; /6
180-200
10-15
universal pan
3
; /6
190-210
20-30
universal pan + baking
tray
3+1
:
180-200
30-40
Croquettes
universal pan
3
; /6
190-210
20-25
Rösti, stuffed potato pockets
universal pan
3
; /6
200-220
15-25
Bread rolls, baguette
universal pan
3
; /6
180-200
10-20
Pretzels (dough)
universal pan
3
; /6
200-220
10-20
Part-cooked rolls, part-cooked baguette universal pan
Pizza, frozen
Pizza with thin base
Pizza with deep-pan base
Pizza, chilled
Pizza (preheat)
Potato products, frozen
Chips
Baked items, frozen
Baked items, prebaked
2
'
190-210
10-20
universal pan + wire rack
3+1
:
160-180
20-25
Fish fingers
universal pan
2
; /6
220-240
10-20
Chicken goujons, chicken nuggets
universal pan
3
; /6
200-220
15-25
universal pan
3
; /6
190-210
30-35
Processed portions, frozen
Strudel, frozen
Strudel
Special dishes
4. Preheat the cooking compartment as indicated.
At low temperatures, : 3D hot air is equally useful for
producing creamy yoghurt as it is for proving light yeast dough.
5. Place the cups or jars on the cooking compartment floor and
First, remove accessories, hook-in racks or telescopic shelves
from the cooking compartment.
Proving dough
Preparing yoghurt
1. Bring 1 litre of milk (3.5 % fat) to the boil and cool down to
40 °C.
2. Stir in 150 g of yoghurt (at refrigerator temperature).
incubate as indicated.
1. Prepare the dough as usual, place it in a heat-resistant
ceramic dish and cover.
2. Preheat the cooking compartment as indicated.
3. Switch off the oven and place the dough in the cooking
compartment and leave it to prove.
3. Pour into cups or small screw-top jars and cover with cling
film.
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Dish
Ovenware
Yoghurt
Cups or screw-top
jars
Proving dough
Heat-resistant dish
Type of
heating
Temperature
Cooking time
on the cooking
compartment floor
:
50 °C Preheat
5 mins
50 °C
8 hrs
on the cooking
compartment floor
:
50 °C Preheat
5-10 mins
Switch off the appliance and
place the yeast dough in the
cooking compartment
20-30 mins
Defrost
This @ Defrost setting is most ideal for frozen goods.
The defrosting time will depend on the type and quantity of the
food.
Take frozen food out of its packaging and place in suitable
ovenware on the wire rack.
Place poultry on a plate with the breast side facing down.
Observe the instructions on the packaging.
Note: The oven light does not come on at temperatures of less
than 60 °C. This enables precise temperature regulation.
Dish
Accessories
Level
Type of heating Temperature
wire rack
Delicate frozen foods
e.g. cream gateaux, buttercream cakes, gateaux with chocolate or
sugar-based icing, fruit, etc.
1
@
30 °C
Other frozen products
Chicken, sausage and meat, bread and bread rolls, cake and
other baked goods
wire rack
1
@
50 °C
Drying
Line the universal pan and the wire rack with greaseproof or
parchment paper.
With : 3D hot air, you can dry foods brilliantly.
Use unblemished fruit and vegetables only and wash them
thoroughly.
Drain off the excess water, then dry them.
Turn very juicy fruit or vegetables several times.
Remove fruit and vegetables from the paper as soon as they
have dried.
Fruit and herbs
Accessories
Level
Type of
heating
Temperature
Cooking time
600 g apple rings
Universal pan + rack
3+1
:
80 °C
5 hrs (approx.)
800 g pear slices
Universal pan + rack
3+1
:
80 °C
8 hrs (approx.)
1.5 kg damsons or plums
Universal pan + rack
3+1
:
80 °C
8-10 hrs
(approx.)
200 g herbs, washed
Universal pan + rack
3+1
:
80 °C
1½ hrs (approx.)
Preserving
Place no more than six jars in the cooking compartment.
For preserving, the jars and rubber seals must be clean and
intact. If possible, use jars of the same size. The information in
the table is for round, one-litre jars.
Making settings
Caution!
Do not use jars that are larger or taller than this. The lids could
crack.
Only use fruit and vegetables in good condition. Wash them
thoroughly.
The times given in the tables are a guide only. The time will
depend on the room temperature, number of jars, and the
quantity and temperature of the contents. Before you switch off
the appliance or change the cooking mode, check whether the
contents of the jars are bubbling as they should.
Preparation
1. Fill the jars, but not to the top.
2. Wipe the rims of the jars, as they must be clean.
3. Place a damp rubber seal and a lid on each jar.
4. Seal the jars with the clips.
Fruit in one-litre jars
1. Insert the universal pan at level 2. Arrange the jars on it so
that they do not touch each other.
2. Pour ½ litre of hot water (approx. 80 °C) into the universal
pan.
3. Close the oven door.
4. Set $ Bottom heating.
5. Set the temperature to between 170 and 180 °C.
6. Start operation.
Preserving
Fruit
After approx. 40 to 50 minutes, small bubbles begin to form at
short intervals. Switch off the oven.
After 25 to 35 minutes of residual heat, remove the preserving
jars from the cooking compartment. If they are allowed to cool
for longer in the cooking compartment, germs could multiply,
promoting acidification of the preserved fruit.
When it starts to bubble
Residual heat
Apples, redcurrants, strawberries
Switch off
approx. 25 minutes
Cherries, apricots, peaches, gooseberries
Switch off
approx. 30 minutes
Apple purée, pears, plums
Switch off
approx. 35 minutes
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Vegetables
As soon as bubbles begin to form in the jars, set the
temperature back to between 120 and 140 °C. Depending on
the type of vegetable, heat for approx. 35 to 70 minutes. Switch
off the oven after this time and use the residual heat.
Vegetables with cold cooking water in one-litre jars
When it starts to bubble
Residual heat
Gherkins
-
approx. 35 minutes
Beetroot
approx. 35 minutes
approx. 30 minutes
Brussels sprouts
approx. 45 minutes
approx. 30 minutes
Beans, kohlrabi, red cabbage
approx. 60 minutes
approx. 30 minutes
Peas
approx. 70 minutes
approx. 30 minutes
Taking out the jars
Caution!
After preserving, remove the jars from the cooking
compartment.
Do not place the hot jars on a cold or wet surface. They could
suddenly burst.
Acrylamide in foodstuffs
Acrylamide is mainly produced in grain and potato products
prepared at high temperatures, such as potato crisps, chips,
toast, bread rolls, bread or fine baked goods (biscuits,
gingerbread, cookies).
Tips for keeping acrylamide to a minimum when preparing food
General
Baking
■
Keep cooking times to a minimum.
■
Cook meals until they are golden brown, but not too dark.
■
Large, thick pieces of food contain less acrylamide.
With top/bottom heating max. 200 °C.
With 3D hot air or hot air max.180 °C.
Biscuits
With top/bottom heating max. 190 °C.
With 3D hot air or hot air max. 170 °C.
Egg or egg yolk reduces the production of acrylamide.
Oven chips
Spread evenly over the baking tray, in a single layer. Bake at least 400 g per baking tray
so that the chips do not dry out
Test dishes
These tables have been produced for test institutes to facilitate
the inspection and testing of the various appliances.
In accordance with EN 50304/EN 60350 (2009) and IEC
60350.
Baking
Baking on 2 levels:
Always insert the universal pan above the baking tray.
Baking on 3 levels:
Insert the universal pan in the middle.
Piped biscuits:
Baking trays that are placed in the oven at the same time will
not necessarily be ready at the same time.
Double crust apple pie on 1 level:
place dark springform cake tins next to each other diagonally
on the same level.
Double crust apple pie on 2 levels:
Place dark springform cake tins next to each other (see
illustration).
Cakes in tinplate springform cake tins:
Bake on 1 level with % Top/bottom heating. Place the
springform cake tin on the universal pan instead of on the wire
rack.
Note: For baking, use the lower of the temperatures indicated
first.
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Dish
Accessories and tins
Level
Type of
heating
Temperature
in °C
Cooking time
in minutes
Whirls (preheat*)
Baking tray
3
'
140-150
30-40
Universal pan + baking
tray
3+1
:
140-150
30-45
2 baking trays + universal 5+3+1
pan
:
130-140
35-50
Whirls
Baking tray
3
‘ /’
140-150
30-45
Small cakes (preheat*)
Baking tray
3
'
150-170
20-30
Baking tray
3
:
150-160
20-30
Universal pan + baking
tray
3+1
:
140-160
25-40
2 baking trays + universal 5+3+1
pan
:
130-150
35-55
Hot water sponge cake (preheat*)
Springform cake tin on the 2
wire rack
'
160-170
30-40
Hot water sponge cake
Springform cake tin on the 2
wire rack
‘ /’
160-180
30-40
German apple pie
Wire rack+ 2 springform
cake tins, dia. 20 cm
%
180-200
70-90
:
170-190
70-80
1
2 wire racks + 2 spring3+1
form cake tins, dia. 20 cm
* Do not use rapid heating to preheat the appliance.
Grilling
If you are grilling food directly on the wire rack, the universal
pan should also be inserted at level 1. The liquid is then
collected, keeping the oven cleaner.
Dish
Accessories
Level
Type of
heating
Grill setting
Cooking time
in minutes
Toast
Preheat for 10 minutes
Wire rack
5
(
3
½-2
Beefburgers, 12 pieces*
do not preheat
Wire rack + universal pan 4+1
(
3
25-30
* turn over after Z of the cooking time.
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