Wolfgang Puck BISTRO BHM00240C Operating instructions

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I M P O R TA N T N OT I C E
PLEASE DO NOT RETURN TO STORE.
If you have any problems with this unit,
contact Consumer Relations for service
PHONE: 1-800-275-8273 or
visit our website at www.wphousewares.com
Please read operating instructions
before using this product.
Please keep original box and packing materials
in the event that service is required.
W.P. APPLIANCES, INC. Toll Free (800) 275-8273
Model BDCOR010 Printed in China REV 1.0
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to Wolfgang Puck World Wide.
Wolfgang Puck
Professional Series
29L Digital Convection Oven with Rotisserie
Use and Care
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IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
When using electrical appliances, basic safety precautions should always be
followed, including the following:
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Read all instructions.
The exterior of the oven will become very hot during use. Do not touch
hot surfaces. Use handles or knobs. Do not place anything on top of the
oven.
This appliance is not to be used by children.
To protect against electric shock, do not immerse cord, plug, or any
parts of the oven in water or other liquids.
Do not operate appliance with damaged cord or plug or after the
appliance malfunctions, or has been damaged in any manner. Return
appliance to the nearest Authorized Service Center for examination,
repair, or adjustment.
The use of accessory attachments not recommended by the appliance
manufacturer may cause hazard or injury.
Do not use outdoors.
Do not place on or near a hot gas or electric burner, or in a heated oven
or in a microwave oven.
Do not let the cord hang over the edge of table or counter, or touch hot
surfaces, including the stove.
When operating the oven keep at least four inches of space on all sides
of the oven to allow for adequate air circulation.
Unplug from outlet when not in use and before cleaning. Allow to cool
before putting on or taking off parts, and before cleaning.
To disconnect, turn the appliance “Off”, then remove the plug. Always
hold the plug, never pull the cord.
Extreme caution must be used when moving an appliance containing
hot oil or other hot liquids.
Do not clean with metal scouring pads. Pieces can break off the pad and
touch electrical parts, creating a risk of electric shock.
A fire may occur if the oven is covered, touching, or near flammable
material, including curtains, draperies, walls, and the like, when in
operation. Do not store any item on top of the oven when in operation,
or before the oven cools down.
Extreme caution should be used when using containers other than metal
or glass.
Do not cover crumb tray or any part of the oven with metal foil. This will
cause overheating. Foil can be used to cover approved cooking
containers. Do not place any of the following materials in the oven:
cardboard, plastic, paper, or anything similar.
Do not place eyes or face in close proximity with the tempered safety
glass door, in the event that the safety glass breaks.
Use extreme caution when removing trays or disposing of hot grease or
other hot liquids.
Do not store any materials, other than manufacturers recommended
accessories, in this oven when not in use.
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wall outlet.
22 Always wear protective, insulated oven mitts when inserting or removing
items from the hot oven.
23 This appliance has a tempered, safety glass door. The glass is stronger
than ordinary glass and more resistant to breakage. Tempered glass can
break, but the pieces will not have sharp edges. Avoid scratching door
surface or nicking edges. If the door has a scratch or nick, contact our
toll-free customer service line before using the oven.
24 Do not use appliance for other than intended use.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
FOR COMMERCIAL USE
Additional Safety Information
Grounding Instructions
This appliance must be grounded. It is equipped with a 3-wire cord having
a grounded plug. The plug must be plugged into an outlet which is properly
installed and grounded.
Warning: Improper use of the grounded wire can result in the risk of electric
shock. Consult a qualified electrician if necessary. Do not attempt to defeat
this safety feature by modifying plug.
A short power-supply cord is provided to reduce the hazards resulting from
entanglement or tripping over a longer cord. If it is necessary to use an
extension cord, it should be positioned such that it does not drape over the
counter or tabletop where it can be pulled on by children or tripped over
and:
a. Use only 3-wire extension cord with 3-blade grounding plug.
b. The marked rating of the extension cord must be equal to or greater
then the rating of this appliance. The electrical rating is listed on the
back of this unit.
IMPORTANT: This oven is rated 1,700 watts. Be sure this is the only
appliance operating on this circuit.
Please take a few minutes to read this manual before using your oven to
become familiar with its parts and operation. Included you will find a wide
assortment of mouth-watering recipes that were specially written for use in
your new Convection Oven with Rotisserie.
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Table of Contents
Important Safeguards
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Additional Safety Information
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About Wolfgang Puck
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Know Your Convection Oven
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Using Your Oven
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Before Your First Use
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Function: Defrost
Wolfgang Puck,
owner of the famous
Spago restaurants and
one of the most influential
chef-restauranteurs in
America, is credited with
reviving California’s rich
culinary heritage. His
cooking innovations,
a result of blending fresh
California ingredients with his classical French techniques, are enjoyed
by world leaders, stars and fellow chefs alike. He established other
trend-setting restaurants like Postrio in San Francisco, Chinois on
Main in Santa Monica, Vert and Trattoria del Lupo, and his latest creation,
Cut, a gourmet steakhouse in the Beverly Wilshire Hotel. Home chefs
can also share Mr. Puck’s talents through his cookbooks and, of
course, through his appliances!
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Function: Keep Warm
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Function: Bake1
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Function: Bake2
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Convection Baking Tips
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Function: Slow Cook
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Function: Roast
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Roasting Chart
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Function: Broil
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Broil Chart
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Function: Rotisserie
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Rotisserie Chart
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Care and Cleaning
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Recipes
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Limited Warranty
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Contact Information
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Know Your
Convection Oven
Baking Rack
Temperature
Selector
Drip/Baking Pan
Timer
Function
Selector
Increase Time
or Temperature
Broil Rack (placed inside Drip/Baking pan)
Decrease Time
or Temperature
On/Off
Red Power
Indicator Light
Crumb Tray
Rotisserie
Spit With Forks
Attached
Rotisserie
Removal Tool
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Using Your Oven
Power On
Plug the oven into a properly installed and grounded
120V outlet. See “Additional Safety Information” section
of this manual for more information. Once you plug the
unit in you will notice the interior light and blue LCD
Control Panel will illuminate. Your oven is not preheating
or functioning unless the RED indicator light is illuminated. You must set the FUNCTION, TEMP, and optional
TIMER to start the cooking process.
Parts of Your Oven
Rotisserie Spit with Forks
Used to hold food for rotisserie roasting.
Rotisserie Spit Tool
Used to place or remove the food from the rotisserie motor in the oven.
Red Power Indicator Light
Illuminates when unit is in the preheat or cooking process.
Ready Indicator Light (See figure 1)
Once unit it preheated, the READY display will show in the control panel.
Broil Rack
Place broil rack into Drip/Baking pan and slide into top rack position.
Figure 1 - READY display
Setting the Time
Press the TIME button and you will notice the TIME display on the control
panel blinking. Press the + or – button to adjust the TIME up or down. If you do
not adjust the TIME within 5 seconds it will stop blinking and you will need to
press it again. TIME can only be adjusted when the TIME display is blinking.
You can set the time from 1 minute up to 3 hours. Press the button down once
to change in 1-minute increments, or hold it down to change in 10-minute
increments. If you wish to keep your oven ON without setting the TIME simply
add your food to the oven once the READY indicator displays on the control
panel. Manually set a kitchen timer to track the cooking time.
Drip/Baking Pan
Slides into bottom rail when acting as a drip pan, top rail when acting as a
broil pan, or middle and upper racks when used as a baking sheet.
Crumb Tray
Slides underneath the bottom heating element to catch crumbs.
Control Panel Lock (see Figure 2)
Can lock every setting on the control panel, including temperature, timer
function, and the ON/OFF button. Use this if you want to make sure your
settings cannot be adjusted. To activate or de-activate, press the FUNCTION
button followed by the ON/OFF button.
Setting the Temperature
Choose the desired or recommended temperature up to 450°F. Press
the TEMP button once and you will notice the temperature display on the
control panel blinking. Use the + or – button to increase or decrease the
temperature in 5° increments, hold the TEMP button down to change in
25°F increments. Once you have set the TEMP and optional TIMER, press
the ON/OFF button to begin the preheating cycle.
Once your oven has completed the preheat cycle you will hear a short beep
and see a READY indicator display on the control panel (see Figure 1). If you
are using the oven TIMER add your food to the oven and press the TIME
button to begin the countdown process. You will notice the colon (:) blinking
indicating the TIMER is activated.
NOTE: You cannot change the temperature in the DEFROST, KEEP WARM,
SLOW COOK or BROIL modes. You can program the TIMER before the oven
is preheated; however you cannot begin the TIMER countdown process until
the oven is preheated and the control panel displays READY.
Selecting a Function
Select desired cooking function: DEFROST, KEEP WARM, BAKE1
(Convection Bake), BAKE2 (Standard Bake), SLOW COOK, ROAST,
BROIL, or ROTISSERIE.
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Figure 2
Selecting Cooking Containers
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The Drip/Baking pan included with the oven is suitable for
cookies, rolls, biscuits, nachos, pork chops, etc. We recommend
using a nonstick spray when using the Drip/Baking pan for baking
or broiling.
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Any oven-safe baking pans or casserole dishes are suitable for the
convection oven. Your Convection Oven will accommodate a half
cookie sheet.
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Choose bakeware made of metal, oven-proof glass or ceramic.
Check for Wolfgang Puck bakeware on HSN.com.
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Many convenience foods are packaged in nonmetallic containers
suitable for use in microwave ovens as well as regular ovens. Check
package directions carefully to determine if the container is suitable
for use in a regular oven.
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Before Your First Use
Function: Defrost
Read all instructions in this manual carefully. The information included in
this book will help you to use your Bistro Convection Oven with
Rotisserie to its fullest.
The heating elements do not operate for the
DEFROST function. The convection fan circulates
air to thaw food in a shorter period of time than
conventional methods of defrosting.
Place your oven on a level surface such as a countertop or table. Be sure
the sides, back and top of the oven are at least four inches away from
any walls, cabinets or objects on the counter or table.
Important: Defrosted foods should be cooked
as soon as possible after thawing and should
never be left at room temperature when
completely thawed as harmful bacteria can begin
to grow. DO NOT defrost large amounts of food
at one time.
Remove Baking Racks, Drip/Baking Pan, Broiling/Roasting Rack,
Rotisserie Spit and Forks and wash them in hot, sudsy water or in the
dishwasher. Dry thoroughly before placing in the oven.
We recommend a “trial run” at a high temperature to familiarize yourself
with your oven and to eliminate any protective substance or oil that may
have been used for packing and shipping. Set the the Function Control
to BAKE2, the Temperature Control to 450°F, and press the ON/OFF
button to begin the trial run process. Let oven run for 45 minutes. A
small amount of smoke and odor may be detected. This is normal.
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Place the Drip/Baking pan in the bottom rails of the oven.
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Place the oven rack in middle position facing up.
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Place the food to be defrosted on the center of the oven rack.
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Set the Function Control to DEFROST.
To avoid scratching, marring, discoloration or fire hazard, do not store
anything on top of the oven, especially during operation.
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Set the Time Control to the shortest amount of time necessary
for defrosting.
This appliance requires 1,700 watts and should be the only appliance
operating on the circuit.
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Press the ON/OFF button to begin the DEFROST function.
Check when the timer shuts off and the bell rings. Add more time
if necessary.
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Function: Keep Warm
Function: Bake1 (with Convection)
In the KEEP WARM setting, the temperature
stays fixed at 150°F and the convection fan
circulates the air throughout the oven to ensure
even heat distribution. The temperature cannot
be adjusted while in the KEEP WARM mode.
In BAKE1 mode, both the top and bottom heating
elements operate at full power. The heating
elements will cycle on and off to maintain the
selected temperature. The convection fan will also
operate during the BAKE1 mode.
During convection baking, a fan circulates hot air
around the food making baked goods rise quickly
and evenly. In many convection ovens, it is
necessary to lower the baking temperature to
achieve acceptable results. Your Bistro Convection
Oven has been designed for easy use. Lowering
the baking temperature is not necessary. Follow package or recipe directions remembering not to preheat the oven and check after the shortest
baking time.
In most cases you should use the lowest rack position; however, if more
browning is desired, place in the upper racks. Always use the Baking
Rack facing up, see Figure 3. The Drip/Baking pan included with your
oven can be used for baking. It is enamel-coated, making it easy to
clean. When not in use, the Drip/Baking pan should always be removed
from the oven as it will interfere with the flow of hot air from the bottom
elements. When it is being used, the pan should be placed in the middle
or upper racks, and the temperature must be increased by 50° F.
If you need to accomodate a larger cut of meat or poultry using the
Drip/Baking pan, place the pan on top of the bottom rails, not in them .
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Place the oven rack or baking pan in the desired rack position, facing
up.
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Set the Function Control to BAKE1.
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Set the Temperature Control to the
recommended temperature.
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Set the Time Control to the shortest
baking time in the recipe.
Figure 3
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Press the ON/OFF button to begin the
preheating process.
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Once preheated and the READY
Indicator is displayed on the control
panel, add your food to the oven and
press the TIME button to start the
countdown timer (if used).
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Function: Bake1 (with Convection)
A Note on Baking Times:
Convection air is superheated and it circulates around the food, so it
cooks food faster. When baking your favorite recipes or packaged goods,
follow recipe instructions remembering not to preheat. Check baked
goods a few minutes before shortest recommended baking time.
Recommended Baking Temperatures
Cakes:
Cheesecake:
Quick Bread:
325°- 350°F Muffins:
275°F
Pies:
375°F
Cookies:
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Function: Bake2
In BAKE2 mode, both the top and bottom
heating elements operate at full power. The
heating elements will cycle on and off to maintain
the selected temperature. In this mode, the
convection fan does not operate. This is a standard
bake function and is best used for baking delicate
soufflés, crème brulée, flan, cheesecake or any
similar custard/egg and cream-based desserts.
350° - 375°F
350°F
350°F
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Convection Baking Tips
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Your Wolfgang Puck Bistro Convection Oven can bake up to 25%
percent faster than standard ovens using radiant heat. The fan on
the side of the oven circulates the heated air and removes colder
air from around your food, allowing the heat to penetrate faster.
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Expect food to be done in less time (as much as 25% less) than it
would be in a conventional oven. Recipes that cook for hours, such
as large roasts and poultry, will give you a greater time savings than
baking cakes or cookies which only take up to 12 - 20 minutes
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When convection baking, select pans with shallow sides which will
allow greater air circulation to reach you food.
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It may be necessary to rotate your food halfway through the
cooking cycle for even browning. Almost all convection ovens,
including commercial ovens, require turning halfway through the
cooking process.
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Your convection oven comes equipped with an interior light and a
large glass door for viewing the cooking process of your food. Do
not open the door to check on your baked goods as this will let out
a significant amount of heat and create longer baking times. The
only time the door should be opened is if you need to rotate your
baked goods halfway through the cooking process. When cooking a
roast or large poultry we suggest using an oven safe thermostat that
you can keep in the meat to monitor the temperature while the food
is cooking. (Do not use a thermometer when using the rotisserie to
avoid damage to the interior of the oven, or the rotisserie motor)
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Follow the temperature guidelines in this manual. Using higher than
suggested temperatures will not cook your food any faster, instead it
will dry out the food.
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For better results you should always bake food that has been
thoroughly thawed. The only exception to this is rule is when baking
packaged frozen dinners and or pizzas. Follow the manufacturers
instructions for required time. If the manufacturer does not
recommend using convection bake, simply switch your function
selector to BAKE2.
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Always distribute the food evenly around the inside of the oven.
Give equal space around the pans as well as above and below.
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Do not use aluminum foil or parchment paper to cover your food in
the Convection Bake mode. The foil will defeat the purpose of
circulating the air in the oven. In addition, the foil could become
loose and potentially get caught in the fan causing damage to
the oven.
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Function: Slow Cook
During SLOW COOK function, the bottom heating
elements cycle on and off to maintain the selected
temperature while the top heating elements remain
off. The convection fan will run during the SLOW
COOK mode.
Slow cooking is a long cooking process at a low
temperature used to tenderize less tender cuts of
meat and blend flavors in soups and stews. Foods
to be slow cooked are usually placed in a covered
casserole with some liquid and cooked at 250°F
for 4 to 12 hours. This function will only allow you
to set the temperature between 150°F to 250°F.
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Place the baking rack in the lowest rack position facing upward.
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Set the Function Control to SLOW COOK.
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Set the Temperature Control to 250°F.
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Since the TIMER can only be set to a maximum of three hours,
you will need to manually track your time in the SLOW COOK mode,
as most recipes call for slow cooking from 4 to 12 hours.
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Press the ON/OFF button to begin the preheating process.
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Once preheated and the READY indicator is displayed, add your
food to the oven and use a separate kitchen timer to track the
cooking time. Place the covered casserole with food to be slow
cooked on the center of the baking rack.
NOTE: The Drip/Baking pan should always be removed from oven
when slow cooking as it will interfere with the flow of hot air from
the bottom elements.
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Function: Roast
Roasting Chart
The top and bottom heating elements cycle
on and off to maintain the selected temperature.
The convection fan will operate during the
ROAST mode.
Food Type
Sirloin Tip/Top Round
3-8
1 Place the Drip/Baking pan on top of the
bottom racks in the oven. Do not insert in the oven
rails itself.
Eye Round
3-6
Standing Rib
3-6
Loin (bone in)
Loin (boneless)
Fresh Ham
3-6
3-8
4-8
Fully cooked/w bone
Half
Whole
6-8
12 - 16
Leg
6-8
Chicken (unstuffed)
Chicken (stuffed)
Turkey (unstuffed)
Turkey (stuffed)
6-8
6-8
up to 14 lbs
up to 14 lbs
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Weight (lbs)
Set the Function Control to ROAST.
3 Preheat the oven to 375° F. (325°F when
not using the Drip/Baking pan.)
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Set the Time Control to the shortest time. If more than 3 hours,
use a separate kitchen timer.
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Press the ON/OFF button to begin the preheating process.
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Once preheated and the READY Indicator is displayed on the control
panel, add your food to the oven and press the TIME button to start
the countdown timer (if used). Place the meat fat side up in the
Drip/Baking pan (unless otherwise directed).
Use the following chart as a guide for roasting. Use a reliable meat
thermometer for the most accurate results. Roasts should stand for
10 to 15 minutes before carving. During this time, they will continue
to cook, increasing the meat thermometer reading by about 10°F.
Time / Lb
Desired Doneness
20 - 22min
23 - 24 min
25 - 27 min
18 - 20min
21 - 23 min
24 - 26 min
20 - 22min
23 - 24 min
25 - 27 min
Rare 120 - 130
Med 140 - 150
Well 160 - 170
Rare 120 - 130
Med 140 - 150
Well 160 - 170
Rare 120 - 130
Med 140 - 150
Well 160 - 170
Beef
Pork
25 min
15 min
25 min
Smoked Ham
170
170
170
15 min
15 -17 min
140
140
20 - 23 min
25 min
Med 170
Well 180
20 min
20 min
15 min
20 min
180
180
180
180
Lamb
Poultry
These cooking times are an average and should be adjusted to individual preferences.
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Function: Broil
When broiling, the top heating elements cycle
on and off to maintain 400˚F in the oven. For best
results, the oven should be preheated for 10
minutes before adding the food to be broiled. The
fan will operate in the BROIL mode.
Barbecue or other sweet sauces should be brushed
on during the last few minutes of broiling. They will
burn if applied too early in the cooking.
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Remove all accessories from the oven
2 Set the Function Control to BROIL.
(Please note: you cannot change temperature in BROIL mode.)
3
Set the Time Control according to recipe instructions.
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Press the ON/OFF button to begin the preheating process.
5
While the oven is preheating, place the food to be broiled directly on
the Drip/Baking pan or you may use a broiling rack and place directly
into the Drip/Baking pan, unless otherwise directed.
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Once preheated and the READY Indicator is displayed on the control
panel, place the Drip/Baking pan in the upper rack position and press
the TIME button to start the countdown timer (if used).
Warning: Do not leave the oven unattended during broiling.
Broil Chart
Food
Type
Weight/
Thickness
Time
Rare
Medium
Well done
Rare
Medium
Well done
18 - 20 min
21 - 23 min
24 - 28 min
15 - 17 min
18 - 21 min
22 - 25 min
Beef
Steak: Porterhouse
Sirloin, London broil,
Top round
Hamburger
1 inch
6 ounces
Pork
1 inch
Well Done
Cut in Pieces
Well Done
Links
Well Done
Chicken
Pieces w/ Skin
Well Done
Boneless Breasts - each Well Done
Halves w/ skin - each
Well Done
Fish
Fillets
1/2 inch
Well Done
Steaks
1 inch
Well Done
Chops
Ribs
Sausage
These cooking times are an average and should be adjusted to
individual preferences.
Turn foods halfway through cooking time.
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Desired
Doneness
20
19 - 23 min
30 - 35 min
25 - 30 min
20 - 25min
12 - 15 min
30 - 40 min
10 - 12 min
15 - 20 min
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Function: Rotisserie
Rotisserie Chart
When using ROTISSERIE mode, the top heating
elements cycle on and off to maintain 400°F in the
oven while the spit continually turns. The convection
fan will operate during rotisserie roasting.
Rotisserie roasting is a healthy way to cook
meats because the slow-turning spit provides
natural basting of meats while fats drip away.
The rotisserie can be used to roast meats up to 7
pounds. It is not necessary to preheat the oven
for rotisserie roasting.
Warning: Never use your Rotisserie without the
Drip/Baking pan in the bottom rails of the oven.
1 Place one Rotisserie Fork on the end of the Rotisserie Spit
opposite the point with the tines facing the center and tighten the
screw slightly.
2 Slide the pointed end of the Rotisserie Spit through the center of the
food to be cooked.
3 Place the other Rotisserie Fork on the other end of the Rotisserie
Spit with the tines facing the roast.
4 Adjust the roast so that it is centered on the Rotisserie Spit. Make
sure the forks secure the roast on the spit and tighten the screws.
When cooking poultry, it may be necessary to secure legs and wings
to the body with string to make the chicken as compact as possible
for smooth movement of the rotisserie spit.
5 Season or baste as desired.
6 Put the pointed end of the Rotisserie Spit in the drive socket on right
interior wall of the oven.
7 Place the grooved end on the spit support on the left interior wall of
the oven.
8 Set the Function Control to ROTISSERIE.
9 Set the Temperature Control to 400°F.
10 Set the Time Control to the shortest time. If more than 3 hours, use a
separate kitchen timer.
11 When the roast is done, press the ON/OFF button to turn the oven
off, you will see “END” displayed on the control panel. Unplug your
unit from the wall outlet.
12 Remove the Rotisserie Spit from the oven using the Rotisserie
Handle included.
13 Place the roast on a cutting board or platter and allow to stand for
10 - 15 minutes.
14 Using a pot holder, loosen the screws on the Rotisserie Forks and
remove the Rotisserie Spit from the roast. Carefully remove the
Rotisserie Forks and carve the roast.
Caution: The Rotisserie Spit, Rotisserie Forks, screws and the roast will
be hot.
Use the following chart as a guide for rotisserie roasting. Use a reliable
meat thermometer for the most accurate results. Roasts should stand
for 10 to 15 minutes before carving. During this time they will continue to
cook, increasing the meat thermometer reading about 10°F.
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Hint:
For crispier poultry or roasts you can open the door slightly to allow
excess steam to escape for the last 30 minutes of cooking.
Food Type
Weight
Time
Chicken
3 - 4 lb.
4 - 6 lb.
4 - 6 lb.
3 - 5 lb.
1 1 /2 - 2 hours
2 - 2 1/2 hours
1 1/2 - 2 hours
1 1/2 hours (rare)
1 3/4 hours (med)
2 hours (well)
1 hour
1 1/2 - 2 hours
Pork Roast
Roast Beef
Cornish Hens
Smoked Ham
Boneless
2-1.5 lbs. each
4-5 lb.
These cooking times are an average and should be adjusted
to individual preferences.
Do not exceed 7 pounds on the rotisserie spit to avoid damage to the
rotisserie motor.
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Care and Cleaning
1
Turn the oven OFF and unplug before cleaning.
2
Allow oven and accessories to cool completely before cleaning.
3
Clean the outside of the oven with a damp cloth and dry thoroughly.
Clean stubborn stains with a nonabrasive liquid cleaner. Rinse and
dry thoroughly. Do not use metal scouring pads or abrasive cleaners
that will scratch the surface.
4
Clean the glass door with a cloth or sponge dampened with warm,
sudsy water and dry thoroughly.
5
Wash the baking racks, Drip/Baking pan in hot, sudsy water or in the
dishwasher. DO NOT use abrasive cleaners or metal scouring pads to
clean the oven rack, Broiling/Roasting rack or Drip/Baking pan.
Clean stubborn stains with a nylon or polyester mesh pad and a mild,
nonabrasive cleaner. Rinse and dry thoroughly.
6
The walls on the inside of the oven have a nonstick coating which
allows food particles or spatters to be easily wiped clean. Remove
heavy spatter after use with a nylon or polyester mesh pad, sponge
or cloth dampened with warm water. Blot dry with a paper towel or
soft, dry cloth.
7
DO NOT use cleaning agents, cleansers or metal scouring pads on
the nonstick coating as this may reduce its effectiveness.
8
The Rotisserie Spit and Forks (without screws attached) can be
placed in the dishwasher or washed in warm soapy water. Handwash
the screws in warm soapy water and dry thoroughly.
Recipes
Replacing the light bulb
The light bulb inside the oven can be replaced if it burns out. New
light bulbs may be obtained by calling the toll-free number on the back
of this manual or visiting your local hardware store.
To remove the old light bulb, ensure that the oven is off, unplugged
and has completely cooled. Remove the lightbulb cover by turning
counter clockwise. Turn the bulb counterclockwise to remove. Place the
new bulb in the socket and turn the bulb clockwise to tighten. Replace
the light bulb cover by turning clockwise. Only hand tighten both bulb
and lightbulb cover. Replacement bulbs should be rated 120 volt and
not exceed 15 watts.
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Barbecue Chicken
Chocolate Chip Cookies
4 servings
12 servings
INGREDIENTS
INGREDIENTS
4-lb whole chicken
1 teaspoon peanut oil
1 tablespoon kosher salt
1 teaspoon paprika
1 teaspoon garlic powder
1/2 teaspoon sugar
1/4 teaspoon fresh ground white pepper
butcher’s twine
1 cup walnut or pecans
1 3/4 cups cake flour
1/2 teaspoon salt
6 ounces unsalted butter, at room temperature
3/4 cup brown sugar
1/2 cup sugar
1/2 teaspoon baking soda
2 teaspoons warm water
1 egg
1 teaspoon vanilla
1 cup chocolate chips
METHOD
1
Wash the chicken well. Pat dry with a paper towel.
2
Rub the chicken well with peanut oil, top and bottom.
METHOD
3
Combine all the spices in a small bowl, rub the chicken well with
the spices.
1
Preheat oven to 375°F on BAKE1 function.
2
4
Tuck the tips of the wings under the chicken.
Arrange the nuts on the baking tray and toast for 10 minutes, turning
occasionally. Cool and chop coarsely. Set aside.
5
Tie the legs together securely with butchers twine.
3
Sift together the flour and salt. Set aside.
6
Attach the chicken to the Rotisserie Spit. Place the chicken in the
very center of the spit, insert the Rotisserie Forks into each end of
the chicken, tighten the screw until the fork cannot move. Place the
spit into convection oven. Set oven temperature to 400°F and set
function to ROTISSERIE. Set timer for 80 minutes.
4
In an electric mixer, cream the butter until light and fluffy. On low
speed, gradually add the brown and white sugars. Increase speed
and beat until well combined.
5
In a cup or a small bowl, dissolve the baking soda in the warm water
and pour into the mixture. Add the egg and vanilla and mix until
blended. With the motor off, sprinkle the nuts, chocolate chips and,
last of all, the flour around the blade. On low to medium speed, mix
just until the flour is incorporated.
6
Turn out of the bowl, wrap in plastic wrap, and chill until firm. With
lightly floured hands, shape the dough into 12 equal balls, about 3
ounces each, and arrange on parchment-lined baking trays, 3 inches
apart. Flatten each ball slightly and bake 16 minutes or until golden
brown. Let the cookies cool slightly on the baking tray, then transfer
to a rack to finish cooling.
7
When the timer goes off, remove the chicken with the rotisserie
removal tool. Place chicken on the platter and let rest for 10 minutes
before carving.
Recipe courtesy Debra Murray, Wolfgang Puck HSN Guest Host
Recipe courtesy Wolfgang Puck, Adventures in the Kitchen (Random
House, 1991)
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All-American Chicken Pot Pie
6 servings
Chicken Pot Pie (cont.)
2
PREPARE THE FILLING: Heat a large skillet over medium-high heat
and add the butter and vegetable oil. Add the chicken pieces and
sauté until lightly browned but not yet cooked through, 2 to 3
minutes. With a slotted spoon, remove the chicken to a mixing
bowl. Leave the butter and oil in the skillet.
3
In the same skillet over medium-high heat, sauté the carrots, celery,
and mushrooms, stirring frequently, until they begin to color, about 5
minutes. With a slotted spoon, remove them to a separate bowl. Stir
the thawed pearl onions and peas into the other vegetables.
4
PREPARE THE SAUCE: In the same pan, melt the butter over
medium heat. Add the flour and whisk until the mixture is smooth
and bubbling, about 2 minutes. Remove the skillet from the heat and
gradually whisk in the stock, cream, and thyme. Return the skillet to
the heat and, stirring constantly, bring the mixture to a simmer.
Cook, stirring continuously, until the sauce has thickened and is
smooth, about 2 minutes. Season to taste with salt and pepper. Stir
in the reserved chicken and vegetables. Set the pan aside and let the
mixture cool for about 20 minutes.
5
Meanwhile, preheat convection oven on BAKE1 and set temperature
to 400°F. Spoon the cooled filling into a 10-inch deep-dish pie plate.
On a lightly floured surface, roll out the dough into an even circle 11
inches in diameter. Loosely roll up the dough around the rolling pin,
then transfer it to the pie plate and unroll it on top. With
a small, sharp knife, trim the uneven edge of the dough slightly,
reserving the trimmings; then, fold the overhang underneath and
press it gently all around the rim of the baking dish to make a
decorative rim. If you like, gather up the trimmings into a ball, roll
them out again, and cut them into decorative designs to apply to
the top of the pie. Brush pastry with the beaten egg wash. Using the
tip of the knife, cut three slits in the center of the pie dough.
6
Bake the pie until the crust is golden brown and the filling beneath
is bubbling hot, 25 to 30 minutes. Present the pie at the table on a
trivet and use a pie server and a serving spoon to cut and scoop the
crust and filling onto each heated plate.
INGREDIENTS
Crust
2 cups all-purpose flour
2 tablespoons chives, snipped
12 tablespoons unsalted butter, cut into small pieces
1 cup sharp cheddar cheese, shredded
2 egg yolks
5-6 tablespoons heavy cream
Filling
2 tablespoons unsalted butter
1 tablespoon vegetable oil
1 pound boneless skinless chicken breasts, cut into 1” thick pieces
2 medium carrots, cut into 1/2” slices
1 stalk celery, cut into 1/2” slices
1/2 pound mushrooms, cut into 1/2” slices
1 package (10 ounces) frozen pearl onions, thawed
3/4 cup frozen petite peas, thawed
Sauce
6 tablespoons unsalted butter
1/4 cup all-purpose flour
1 1/2 cups chicken stock
1/2 cup heavy cream
1 teaspoon minced fresh thyme
1 egg beaten with 1 tablespoon water
salt to taste
fresh ground black pepper
METHOD
1
PREPARE THE PASTRY: Put the flour and chives in a bowl. Using
your fingertips, work in the butter until the mixture resembles coarse
crumbs. Add the cheese and toss it together with the flour mixture
until evenly mixed. In a small bowl, whisk together the egg yolks and
5 tablespoons of the cream. While stirring the flour-butter-cheese
mixture continuously with a fork, sprinkle in the yolk-cream mixture
a little at a time. If the mixture still seems a little too dry to hold
together, add the remaining tablespoon of cream. With your hands,
knead the dough lightly until it is just smooth. Press the dough into a
thick, flat disk, wrap it in plastic wrap, and refrigerate until needed.
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My Favorite Tomato Sauce
Classic French Onion Soup
4 servings
6 servings
INGREDIENTS
INGREDIENTS
1/4 cup extra virgin olive oil
2 small onions, peeled, trimmed, and minced
6 cloves garlic, minced
2 tablespoons tomato paste
4 pounds Roma tomatoes, peeled, seeded, and diced
2 cups chicken stock
14 large fresh basil leaves, washed and dried
12 tablespoons unsalted butter, cut into pieces
kosher salt & freshly ground black pepper to taste
3 tablespoons safflower oil or olive oil
4 medium onions, peeled and thinly sliced
1/2 cup port wine
8 cups chicken stock
1 sprig thyme
1 bay leaf
1 stalk celery
salt to taste
freshly ground black pepper to taste
12 slices french bread, 1/4” thick
2 cups Swiss cheese, shredded
METHOD
1
In a large saucepan, heat the olive oil over medium-high heat.
METHOD
2
Add the onion and sauté until soft, about 5 minutes. Add the garlic
and cook 1 minute longer.
1
In a large saucepan over medium-high heat, heat the oil.
2
3
Add the tomato paste and then the tomatoes, cook for 2 - 3 minutes,
and then pour in the chicken stock.
Add the onions and sauté, stirring frequently and taking care
that the onions do not scorch. Sauté until golden brown, for about
20 minutes.
4
Simmer briskly until the sauce is thick, 20 - 30 minutes.
For a finer consistency, pass the sauce though a wire-mesh sieve into
a clean saucepan.
3
Add port to the pan and deglaze, stirring and scraping with a
wooden spoon to dissolve the pan deposits.
4
5
Stack the basil leaves, roll them up lengthwise, and cut across the
roll very thinly to make a chiffonade.
6
Stir in the basil. Whisk in the butter piece by piece, then season to
taste with salt and pepper. Keep warm.
Stir in the stock, add the Bouquet garni (made with the thyme,
bay leaf, and celery), and season to taste with salt and pepper.
When the liquid reaches a boil, reduce the heat and simmer for
about 40 minutes. Meanwhile, arrange the bread slices on a baking
sheet and put them in the convection oven on BAKE1 at 250°F.
5
When the bread slices are dry and crusty, place 1 slice in each of 6
deep ovenproof soup bowls. Set the other slices aside and place the
bowls on the baking sheet. Set convection oven to BROIL at 400°F.
Place the rack in the center of the oven.
6
Ladle the soup over the bread in each bowl. Top each bowl with
1 more slice of bread and sprinkle with cheese. Place on rack in
convection oven. Watch for browning. Remove from oven when
melted and bubbly, 2 to 3 minutes.
Recipe courtesy Wolfgang Puck, Live, Love, Eat! (Random House, 2002)
Recipe courtesy Wolfgang Puck, Live, Love, Eat! (Random House, 2002)
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Rotisserie Baby Back Pork Ribs
Fennel Garlic Pork Roast
4 servings
4 servings
INGREDIENTS
INGREDIENTS
1 whole slab baby back ribs
2 tablespoons olive oil
1 tablespoon kosher salt
1 tablespoon fresh thyme, chopped
6 cloves garlic, minced
1/2 tablespoon fresh ground pepper
1 medium lemon
1 teaspoon crushed red pepper, optional
3 pounds pork loin, rib end, ready to cook
2 tablespoons Dijon mustard
6 cloves garlic, chopped
1 tablespoon kosher salt
1 tablespoon pepper blend or fresh cracked pepper
1 tablespoon fennel seeds
1 teaspoon crushed red pepper (optional)
METHOD
METHOD
1
Rinse the roast and pat dry with paper towels.
1
Rinse the ribs and pat dry with a paper towel.
2
Place roast on a platter, rub entire roast with Dijon mustard.
2
Thread the Rotisserie Spit through the slab of ribs, inserting about
every third rib.
3
Combine the remaining ingredients. Press them firmly on
entire roast.
3
Place ribs on a platter. Rub well with olive oil.
4
4
Mix the salt, thyme, garlic, & pepper together. Press onto the meat
side of the ribs. Rub some on the back side of ribs.
Insert the Rotisserie Spit through center of roast. Pierce each end of
roast with the Rotisserie Forks. When forks are secure in roast,
tighten the screws.
5
Squeeze the lemon juice over both sides of the ribs. If you are using
crushed red pepper flakes, sprinkle them on now. Insert the rotisserie
forks into ribs. Secure by tightening screws.
5
Insert Rotisserie Spit in oven. Set temperature to 400°F, function to
ROTISSERIE, and Timer to 70 - 80 minutes.
6
6
Insert Rotisserie Spit into oven.
When timer goes off, test the pork with a thermometer for a reading
of 170°F.
7
Set temperature to 400°F, function to ROTISSERIE, and timer for
40 - 45 minutes.
7
Remove roast from oven with Rotisserie Removal Tool; let rest at
least 10 minutes before carving.
8
When timer goes off, ribs will be crispy outside, juicy and
tender inside.
9
Recipe courtesy Debra Murray, Wolfgang Puck HSN Guest Host
Remove from oven, set on platter. Let rest for 10 minutes
before cutting.
Recipe courtesy Debra Murray, Wolfgang Puck HSN Guest Host
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Dill Cream
Pizza with Smoked Salmon
and Caviar
4 servings
INGREDIENTS
One 8-inch pizza
1 1/2 cups sour cream
3 tablespoons shallots, minced
2 tablespoons fresh dill, chopped
1 1/2 tablespoons fresh lemon juice
1/4 teaspoon ground white pepper
INGREDIENTS
METHOD
1
In a medium bowl, combine all ingredients and mix well.
2
Cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate until ready to use.
6 ounces pizza dough (See recipe, p. 37)
1 tablespoon chile and garlic oil
1/4 cup red onion, thinly sliced
2 tablespoons dill cream (See recipe, p. 33)
2 1/2 ounces smoked salmon, thinly sliced
1 teaspoon fresh chives, chopped
1 tablespoon sevruga caviar (optional)
METHOD
Recipe courtesy Wolfgang Puck, Live, Love, Eat! (Random House, 2002)
1
Place a pizza stone on the middle rack of the oven. Set oven on
BAKE1 and Temperature to 450°F. Let it preheat.
2
On a lightly floured surface, stretch or roll out the dough into an 8inch circle, with the outer edge a little thicker than the inner circle.
3
Brush the dough with the oil and arrange the onion over the pizza.
Slide pizza peel or large spatula under the pizza and then slide the
pizza onto the pizza stone.
4
Bake until the crust is golden brown, 6 - 8 minutes.
5
With the pizza peel or a large spatula, carefully remove the pizza
from the oven and set it on the cutting board. Use a knife, an icing
spatula, or the back of a spoon to spread the dill cream over the
inner circle.
6
Arrange the slices of salmon so that they cover the entire pizza,
slightly overlapping the raised rim. Sprinkle the chopped chives over
the salmon.
7
Using a pizza cutter or a large knife, cut the pizza into 4 or 6
slices. If you like, spoon a little caviar in the center of each slice.
Serve immediately.
Recipe courtesy Wolfgang Puck, Live, Love, Eat! (Random House, 2002)
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My Mother’s Chicken
Stuffed Bell Peppers
with Tomato Sauce
6 servings
My Mother’s Chicken
Stuffed Bell Peppers
with Tomato Sauce (cont.)
6
Rinse the peppers under cold running water. Wipe them dry. Cut the
top 1 inch from each pepper, keeping the stem in tact, and reserve
the tops. With your fingers and, if necessary, with the tip of a small
sharp knife or a teaspoon, remove the core and seeds from each
pepper. Brush the peppers inside and out with the remaining 1/4 cup
of olive oil. Season their insides with salt and pepper.
7
Divide the filling evenly among the peppers, filling them to the top.
Place the lids back on top. In a baking dish just large enough to
hold the peppers comfortably, arrange the stuffed peppers stem end
up. Spoon the hot tomato sauce all around them. Bake in the
convection oven until the peppers are tender, about 1 hour. With a
serving spoon, transfer each pepper to a heated plate. Garnish with
minced parsley.
INGREDIENTS
2 whole chicken legs (skinned & boned), cut into even chunks
1/2 cup extra virgin olive oil, divided
1 cup onion, diced
1/2 pound mushrooms, finely chopped
2 cloves garlic, peeled and minced
1 whole egg, lightly beaten
2 tablespoons fresh parsley, chopped
1 teaspoon fresh thyme, chopped
1 teaspoon salt (plus extra as needed)
1/2 teaspoon ground cumin
freshly ground white pepper to taste
2 cups long-grain white rice, cooked as directed
5 cups My Favorite Tomato Sauce (See recipe, p. 29)
6 medium green bell peppers
fresh parsley (for garnish), minced
Recipe courtesy Wolfgang Puck, Live, Love, Eat! (Random House, 2002)
METHOD
1
With a meat grinder or food processor fitted with metal blade,
coarsely grind the chicken. Transfer to a mixing bowl and set aside.
2
In a medium skillet, heat 1/4 cup of the olive oil over moderate heat.
Add the onion and sauté until translucent, about 5 minutes. Add the
mushrooms and continue to cook, stirring occasionally, until all the
liquid given up by the mushrooms evaporates, 10 - 15 minutes. Set
aside the mixture and let cool.
3
Add the onion and mushrooms to the ground chicken. Add the
garlic, egg, parsley, thyme, 1 teaspoon salt, cumin, and white pepper
and mix well. To test for taste, sauté a small amount in a little oil and,
when it is done, taste it and adjust the seasoning if necessary. Set
the mixture aside and, when it is cool, stir in the cooked rice.
Reserve.
4
Prepare My Favorite Tomato Sauce. Set it aside and keep warm.
5
Place wire rack in convection oven in lowest setting. Set Function to
BAKE2 and set Temperature to 350°F.
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Pizza Dough
4 servings
Pizza Dough (cont.)
11
INGREDIENTS
Lightly brush the inner circle of the dough with oil and arrange the
toppings of your choice over the inner circle.
12 Using a lightly floured baker’s peel or a rimless flat baking tray, slide
the pizza onto the baking stone and bake until the pizza crust is
nicely browned, 10 to 12 minute. Remember that the oven is very hot
and be careful as you move the pizza into and out of the oven.
1 package active dry yeast
1 tablespoon honey
1 cup warm water
3 cups all-purpose flour
1 teaspoon kosher salt
1 tablespoon extra virgin olive oil
13 Transfer the pizza to a firm surface and cut into slices with a pizza
cutter or a very sharp knife. Serve immediately.
METHOD
Recipe courtesy Wolfgang Puck, Live, Love, Eat! (Random House, 2002)
1
In a small bowl, dissolve the yeast and honey in 1/4 cup of
warm water.
2
In a mixer fitted with dough hook, combine the flour and the salt.
3
Add the oil, yeast mixture, and the remaining 3/4 cup of water and
mix on low speed until the dough comes cleanly away from the sides
of the bowl and clusters around the dough hook, about 5 minutes.
This could also could be prepared in a food processor.
4
Turn the dough out onto a clean work surface and knead by hand
2 or 3 minutes longer. The dough should feel smooth and firm.
5
Cover the dough with a clean, damp towel and let it rise in a warm spot
for about 30 minutes. When ready the dough should stretch easily as
it is lightly pulled.
6
Divide the dough into 4 balls, about 6 ounces each. Work each ball
by pulling down the sides and tucking them under the bottom of the
ball. Repeat four or five times to form a smooth, even, firm ball.
7
Then, on a smooth, un-floured surface, roll the ball under the palm of
your hand until the top of the dough is smooth and firm, about 1
minute. Cover the dough with a damp towel and let it rest for 15 to
20 minutes. At this point, the balls can be wrapped in plastic and
refrigerated for up to 2 days.
8
Place a pizza stone on the top rack of the oven. Set function
to ROAST mode and temperature to 425°F; let it preheat for
15 minutes.
9
To prepare a pizza, dip the ball of dough into flour, shake off the
excess flour, place the dough on a clean, lightly floured surface, and
start to stretch the dough.
10 Press down on the center, spreading the dough into an 8-inch circle,
with its outer rim a little thicker than the inner circle. If you find this
difficult to do, use a small rolling pin to roll out the dough.
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Prime Rib with Horseradish
Garlic Crust
6 servings
INGREDIENTS
1 large head of garlic
1/4 cup olive oil, divided
1/4 cup prepared white horseradish
1 6-pound trimmed boneless beef rib roast tied with butcher’s twine
1 teaspoon kosher salt
1 teaspoon fresh ground pepper
1 cup beef stock
Prime Rib with Horseradish
Garlic Crust (cont'd.)
13 When timer goes off check meat for doneness, 125°F for rare. Cook
to desired doneness. For instance if you desire medium, cook for 10
minutes longer on rotisserie. Turn the heat off and let the roast spin
on rotisserie for 10 minutes longer without heat, before removing
from oven and putting it on a platter.
14 Pour juice from drip pan into sauce pan and add the beef stock.
Heat to a simmer.
15 Let the roast sit at least 15 minutes before carving. To serve pour hot
juice over each serving.
Recipe courtesy Debra Murray, Wolfgang Puck HSN Guest Host
METHOD
1
Preheat oven to 350°F on ROAST. Place rack in the center of the
oven.
2
Cut off the top of garlic head and drizzle with olive oil.
Wrap in foil. Place garlic in oven and roast for 35 - 40 minutes.
3
Remove garlic from oven when timer goes off and let cool for at least
15 minutes.
4
Place half of the oil in the bowl of a food processor fitted with a
metal blade. Squeeze the roasted garlic in the food processor. Add
the horseradish, process until almost smooth.
5
Rinse roast and pat dry.
6
Rub with remaining olive oil, sprinkle roast with salt and pepper.
7
Spread the garlic mixture over entire roast.
8
I suggest letting the roast sit for at least 30 minutes at room
temperature before roasting. The coating can sit on roast for
24 hours in refrigerator. Wrap well with plastic wrap.
9
Insert the rotisserie spit through the center of the roast. Insert the
rotisserie forks into roast. Secure by tightening screws.
10 Place roast in oven. Put drip tray in oven.
11
Set function to ROAST, Temperature to 450°F and Timer for
35 minutes.
12 When timer goes off, set function to ROTISSERIE.
Set timer for 35 minutes.
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Spicy Chicken Pizza
Mexican Pizza
4 servings
4 servings
INGREDIENTS
INGREDIENTS
Chicken Mixture
3 cups boneless skinless chicken breast, cubed
1/2 cup olive oil
1 tablespoon olive oil
3 1/2 tablespoons lime juice
2 teaspoons jalapeno pepper, chopped
pinch cilantro, chopped
salt
3 cups mozzarella cheese, grated
2 cups fontina cheese, grated
6 plum tomatoes, sliced thin
1 cup whole cilantro leaves
7 jalapeno peppers
2 cups roasted red peppers, sliced
1/2 cup roasted garlic, sliced
4 teaspoons Parmesan cheese, grated
2 cups Maui or Vidalia onions, sliced
pinch cilantro, chopped
Toppings
3 cups mozzarella cheese, grated
2 cups fontina cheese, grated
1 pound plum tomatoes, thinly sliced
1/2 cup eggplant, cubed and sauteéd
1/2 cup grilled onions, chopped
chives, chopped
4 teaspoons Parmesan cheese, grated
METHOD
1
2
3
Arrange the cubed chicken in a medium bowl and toss with 1/2 cup
olive oil, lime juice, jalapeno, and cilantro. Season lightly with salt. Let
marinate for about 1 hour, refrigerated.
In a skillet large enough to hold the chicken in one layer, heat the
remaining oil. Sauté the chicken just to brown on all the sides. Let
cool for 15 minutes.
Preheat oven to 450°F on Bake2 mode. Prepare pizza dough
according to the recipe, page 37. Add the toppings to the pizza in the
order they are listed above.
METHOD
1
Roast 7 whole jalapeno peppers by placing in the oven for 15
minutes at 350°F. Then core, seed, and cut into thin slices.
2
Set oven to 450°F on ROAST mode, and preheat for 20 minutes.
Place rack in top position in oven, put stone in oven for preheating.
3
Prepare the pizza dough according to the recipe for Pizza Dough,
p. 37. Add all the toppings in the order they are listed in the recipe
except for the onions and cilantro.
4
When the pizzas are baked, remove from the oven and sprinkle with
the onion and chopped cilantro.
Recipe courtesy Wolfgang Puck, Adventures in the Kitchen (Random
House, 1991)
Recipe courtesy Wolfgang Puck, Adventures in the Kitchen (Random
House, 1991)
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Vegetarian Pizza
Whole Wheat Pizza Dough
4 servings
4 servings
INGREDIENTS
INGREDIENTS
3 cups mozzarella cheese, grated
2 cups fontina cheese, grated
2 cups artichoke hearts, sliced and cooked
2 cups eggplant, sliced and sauteéd
4 teaspoons Parmesan cheese, grated
1/4 cup mozzarella cheese, grated
1 teaspoon fresh oregano, chopped
1 package fresh or dry yeast
1/4 cup warm water
3 3/4 cups whole wheat flour
1 cup cool water
1 tablespoon olive oil
1 tablespoon honey
pinch salt
METHOD
METHOD
1
Sauté the eggplant and artichokes separately, each in 1 tablespoon
olive oil. Use more if necessary. Let cool.
1
Dissolve the yeast in the 1/4 cup of warm water and let proof.
2
Follow the rest of the directions from the recipe Pizza Dough, p.37.
Arrange ingredients on the pizza dough in the order listed above.
2
Put flour in a food processor. Add salt. Pulse several times.
3
Mix the 1 cup cool water with the olive oil, honey and salt.
4
With the motor running, pour the olive oil mixture and yeast slowly
in through the feed tube. Process until the dough forms a ball on the
blade. Transfer the dough to an oiled bowl, cover and let rise until
double in bulk.
5
Punch down the dough and knead it on a lightly floured surface for
1 minute. Divide the dough into 4 equal portions and roll them into
tight balls. Place on a tray, cover with a damp towel and let rest for
several hours or overnight in the refrigerator.
6
Roll or stretch each ball of dough into 7- to 8-inch circles.
Place the circles, one at a time, on a wooden peel and build the
pizzas as desired.
NOTES : The vegetables listed are the ones we usually use. You can
substitute vegetables of your choice as desired.
Recipe courtesy Wolfgang Puck, Adventures in the Kitchen (Random
House, 1991)
Recipe courtesy Wolfgang Puck, Recipes from Spago, Chinois, and
Points East and West (Random House, 1986)
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Calzone Sandwich Ring
Raspberry Almond Squares
8 servings
8 servings
INGREDIENTS
INGREDIENTS
2 1-pound dough balls (You may use prepackaged frozen dough
thawed, or make two 1-pound dough balls from scratch)
3 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil
1 pound hard salami, shaved thin
1 pound ham, shaved thin
1 pound whole milk mozzarella cheese, shredded
1 cup fresh spinach
4 whole roasted peppers
1 stick unsalted butter, room temperature
1 box yellow cake mix
1 large egg, beaten
2 tablespoons water
1/2 cup raspberry jam
1/2 cup sliced almonds, or more if desired
METHOD
1
Preheat oven to 350°F and set function to BAKE1 mode. Set timer
for 30 minutes.
2
Spray the baking pan that comes with your oven with nonstick spray.
3
In the bowl of a food processor or with a mixer combine the butter,
cake mix, and egg. Mixture should be crumbly. Remove a half cup at
this time and reserve. Add the 2 tablespoons of water. Continue mixing
until thoroughly mixed.
4
Spread the cake batter over the entire baking sheet.
5
Bake for 12 minutes.
6
Remove from oven, spread the raspberry jam over the entire cake.
Top with reserved crumbles and sliced almonds.
7
Bake for an additional 10 minutes.
8
Remove from oven and let cool. Cut into squares.
METHOD
1
Preheat oven to 375°F in BAKE1 mode. Place the oven rack in the
bottom position.
2
If you are using the frozen bread dough, you can thaw at room
temp. for about 2 hours, or place in the refrigerator overnight. If
making your own dough, after the dough has had one full rise, form
into one large dough ball, and two small.
3
On a lightly floured surface, roll out the largest dough ball to at least
13 inches in diameter. Spray a bundt pan or angel food cake pan with
nonstick spray, or rub well with olive oil.
4
Stretch the large dough over cake pan, tearing a small hole for the
smaller opening of the tube pan. Press against side of the pan. Rub
the dough with olive oil.
5
Begin by layering half the salami, then half the cheese, half the ham,
two of the roasted red peppers, then half the spinach.
6
Roll out one of the smaller dough balls on the lightly floured surface.
to a 10-inch round, place in cake pan over the spinach, touching the
sides of the larger dough which goes up to the top edge of cake
pan.
7
Repeat the same sequence for layering meat, cheese and
vegetables.
8
Roll out the last dough. Place on top of spinach. Press the seams
together of the last dough and the first dough. Brush with olive oil.
9
Place in the oven. Set timer for 40 minutes. When timer goes off
remove from oven. You should let rest about 10 minutes then invert onto
a platter. Serve warm or cold.
Recipe courtesy Debra Murray, Wolfgang Puck HSN Guest Host
Recipe courtesy Debra Murray, Wolfgang Puck HSN Guest Host
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