the Compact Smart Oven™
Instruction Booklet
BOV650
CONGRATULATIONS
On the purchase of your new
Breville Compact Smart Oven™
Contents
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Breville recommends safety first
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Know your Breville
Compact Smart Oven™
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Quick Start Guide
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Before first use
- Preparing the oven for use
- A note on cooking times
- A note on STANDBY mode
- A note on optional settings
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Operating your Breville
Compact Smart Oven™
- TOAST function
- CRUMPET function
- BAKE function
- ROAST function
- GRILL function
- PIZZA function
- COOKIES function
- REHEAT function
46 Using the plate warming tray
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Care and cleaning
- Cleaning the outer body
and door
- Cleaning the interior
- Cleaning the crumb tray
- Cleaning the wire rack, grill
rack, and baking pan.
- Storage
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Troubleshooting
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Recipes
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Breville recommends safety first
At Breville we are very safety conscious. We design and manufacture consumer products with
the safety of you, our valued customer, foremost in mind. In addition we ask that you exercise
a degree of care when using any electrical appliance and adhere to the following precautions.
Important safeguards
• Carefully read all instructions before
operating the Breville Compact Smart
Oven™ for the first time and save for
future reference.
• Remove and safely discard any packing
material, and promotional labels before
using the Breville Compact Smart
Oven™ for the first time.
• Always operate the Breville Compact
Smart Oven™ on a stable, heat resistant
surface. Do not use on a cloth-covered
surface, near curtains or other
flammable materials.
• Do not place cardboard, plastic, paper, or
other flammable materials into Breville
Compact Smart Oven™ .
• To eliminate a choking hazard for young
children, remove and safely discard the
protective cover fitted to the power plug
of this appliance.
• Regularly clean the crumb tray to
discard crumbs. Ensure to turn OFF
the oven, allow the oven to cool before
pulling the crumb tray out.
• Do not place the Breville Compact
Smart Oven™ near the edge of a bench
or table during operation. Ensure the
surface is level, clean and free of water
and other substances.
• Always ensure the crumb tray is
thoroughly dried after cleaning and is reinserted into position before operating
the Breville Compact Smart Oven™ .
• Do not use the Breville Compact Smart
Oven™ on a sink drain board.
• Do not place this Breville Compact
Smart Oven™ on or near a hot gas or
electric burner, or where it could touch
another heated oven.
• Position the Breville Compact Smart
Oven™ away from curtains, cloths and
other heat sensitive materials when
in use. This will allow for adequate
air circulation and also help prevent
the possibility of curtains, and cloths
discolouration due to radiated heat.
• A fire may occur if the oven is covered or
touches flammable material, including
curtains, draperies, walls, and the like
when in operation.
• Caution should be taken when toasting
and grilling high oil content foods, such
as pine nuts and walnuts. They may catch
fire. If this occurs, please keep the oven
door closed and switch off and unplug
oven until flame has extinguished.
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• The temperature of accessible surfaces
will be high when the appliance is in
operation and also for some time
after use.
• Always wear protective, insulated
oven mitts when inserting, removing
or handling items from the Breville
Compact Smart Oven™ when hot.
• Always use extreme caution when
removing any of the accessories or
disposing of hot grease. Allow the
Breville Compact Smart Oven™ to cool
before handling.
• Do not place hands inside the
Breville Compact Smart Oven™
during operation.
• Do not leave the door standing open
for extended periods of time when
the Breville Compact Smart Oven™ is
turned ON.
• The glass of the Breville Compact Smart
Oven™ door has been specially treated
to make it stronger, more durable and
safer than ordinary glass, however it
Breville recommends safety first
is not unbreakable. If struck extremely
hard, it may break or weaken, and could
at a later time, shatter into many small
pieces without apparent cause.
• Do not insert oversized foods into the
Breville Compact Smart Oven™ as they
create risk of fire, or electric shock.
• It is recommended to use only the
Breville Compact Smart Oven™
accessories with this oven. Do not store
any materials other than the Breville
Compact Smart Oven™ accessories in
the oven when not in use. When grilling,
the grill rack must be inserted into the
supplied enamel baking pan.
• Do not clean the interior of Breville
Compact Smart Oven™ with metal
scouring pads as pieces can break off the
pad and touch electrical parts creating a
risk of electric shock.
• Do not attempt to operate the Breville
Compact Smart Oven™ by any methods
other than those described in this book.
• Always ensure the Breville Compact
Smart Oven™ is properly assembled
before use. Follow the instructions
provided in this book.
• The Breville Compact Smart Oven™ is
not intended to be operated by means
of an external timer or separate remote
control system.
• The top of the oven is very hot during
and after operation. Do not store any
item on top of the Breville Compact
Smart Oven™ when in use and when
stored. The only exceptions are
described on Page 46-47 - two layers
of ceramic plates for warming, and
the optional Cutting Board accessory
provided by Breville for use in the
ribbed section on top of the oven. If the
ribbed section is used as a warming
tray during operation, protective hot
pads or insulated oven mitts should
be used when removing heated items.
Alternatively, allow the oven to cool
down before handling.
• This appliance is a bench top appliance
only. It is not suitable for operation in an
enclosed space.
• The Breville Compact Smart Oven™
should not be left unattended at any
time when in use.
• Caution should be exercised when using
pans and dishes constructed of materials
other than metal. If using ceramic or
glass pans or dishes it is important that
they are oven safe to prevent cracking.
• Do not touch hot surfaces. Appliance
surfaces, including the door and outer
surface of the oven are hot during and
after operation. To prevent burns or
personal injury, always use protective
hot pads or insulated oven mitts, or use
handles and knobs where available,
when inserting, removing or handling
items from the oven. Alternatively, allow
the oven to cool down before handling.
• Metal utensils such as knives should not
be inserted in the oven to remove food
residue from the quartz tube elements.
This can damage the elements as well as
lead to electrocution.
• When the oven is not in use or when left
unattended, disconnect the oven from
the power outlet.
• To turn OFF the oven, press the START/
CANCEL button on the control panel.
The oven is OFF when the button
surround red illumination goes out.
• To disconnect from the power outlet,
first turn OFF the oven, and then remove
the power plug from the power outlet.
• Do not use the toast and grill function
for purposes other than roasting food
and grilling food.
• Extreme caution should be exercised
when using lids in the oven, as pressure
build up in a covered pan or dish may
cause hot ingredients to expel or the
dish to crack.
• The use of any accessory attachments
not recommended by Breville may
cause injuries.
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Breville recommends safety first
• Close supervision is necessary when the
appliance is used by or near children.
• Always ensure the Breville Compact
Smart Oven™ has cooled, the start/
cancel button is pressed and the button
illumination goes out, the power is
switched off at the power outlet and
power cord is unplugged, if appliance
is not in use, before cleaning, before
attempting to move the appliance,
disassembling, assembling and when
storing the appliance.
• Keep the Breville Compact Smart Oven™
clean. Follow the cleaning instructions
provided in this booklet.
IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
FOR ALL ELECTRICAL
APPLIANCES
• Any maintenance other than cleaning
should be performed at an authorised
Breville Service Centre.
• This appliance is for household use only.
Do not use this appliance for anything
other than its intended use. Do not use
in moving vehicles or boats. Do not use
outdoors. Misuse may cause injury.
• The installation of a residual current
device (safety switch) is recommended
to provide additional safety protection
when using electrical appliances. It
is advisable that a safety switch with
a rated residual operating current
not exceeding 30mA be installed in
the electrical circuit supplying the
appliance. See your electrician for
professional advice.
• Fully unwind the power cord before use.
• Do not let the power cord hang over
the edge of a bench or table, touch hot
surfaces or become knotted.
• To protect against electric shock do not
immerse the power cord, power plug or
appliance in water or any other liquid.
• The appliance is not intended for use
by persons (including children) with
reduced physical, sensory or mental
capabilities, or lack of experience and
knowledge, unless they have been given
supervision or instruction concerning
use of the appliance by a person
responsible for their safety.
• Children should be supervised to ensure
that they do not play with the appliance.
• It is recommended to regularly inspect
the appliance. To avoid a hazard do not
use the appliance if power cord, power
plug or appliance becomes damaged in
any way. Return the entire appliance to
the nearest authorised Breville Service
Centre for examination and/or repair.
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SAVE THESE
INSTRUCTIONS
KNOW
your Breville Compact Smart Oven™
KNOW YOUR BREVILLE COMPACT SMART OVEN™
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A. 25 x 25cm (10" x 10") enamel
grill rack
B. 25 x 25cm (10" x 10") enamel
baking pan
C. Door handle
IMPORTANT
The outer surface of the oven,
including the oven door, is hot during
and after operation. Always use
protective hot pads or insulated oven
mitts when inserting, removing or
handling items from the oven.
D. Ribbed plate warming tray
NOTE
Only place items in the ribbed section
on top of the oven as described on
Page 46-47.
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E. Top rack height position:
GRILL and CRUMPET function.
F. Middle rack height position:
TOAST, PIZZA and COOKIE functions.
G. Bottom rack height position:
BAKE, ROAST, and REHEAT functions.
H. Wire rack
I. Crumb tray
J. Ventilation slots
K. Breville Assist Plug™
L. LCD screen
M. START/CANCEL button
N. Function dial
O. TEMPERATURE and TIME dial
P.
Temperature conversion button
Q.
Frozen foods button
KNOW YOUR BREVILLE COMPACT SMART OVEN™
Available accessories sold separately:
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41 x 22.5cm Bamboo Cutting Board*
RRP $29.95 Code No: BOV650CB
Bamboo is the ideal material for a cutting
board, as it absorbs very little moisture and
has natural antibacterial properties. Bamboo
is harder than most hardwoods, leaving less
visible knife marks on the board surface.
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IMPORTANT
Do not touch hot surfaces. The outer
surface of the oven, including the
oven door, is hot during and after
operation. Allow the oven to cool down
before handling.
30cm (12") Non-stick Pizza Pan
RRP $17.95 Code No: BOV650PP
The non-stick coating is for easy release and
minimised abrasions while the dark colour
absorbs heat and helps to effectively crisp
the pizza crust.
NOTE
NOTE
When the oven is plugged into a
power outlet, the oven alert will
sound twice and the LCD screen will
illuminate blue for 10 minutes before
entering STANDBY mode.
To place your accessories order:
(Customers in Australia) call Breville
Customer Service on: 1300 139 798
Fax: (02) 9384 9601
Email: askus@breville.com.au
(Customers in New Zealand) call
Breville Customer Service on:
0800 273 845 Fax: (0800 286 513)
Email: askus@breville.com.au
Postage cost is not included.
* PCT Patent Application Applied
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Quick Start Guide
This Quick Start Guide is designed for first time use.
For safety and more information, refer to rest of the Instruction Booklet.
PREPARING THE OVEN
(A ONE-TIME PROCESS)
In order to remove any protective
substances on the heating elements, it is
necessary to run the oven empty for 15
minutes. Ensure the area is well ventilated
as the oven may emit vapors. These are safe
and not detrimental to the performance of
the oven.
1. Place the oven on a flat, dry surface.
Ensure there is 10cm of clear space on
both sides of the appliance, there are
no items on top, and the crumb tray has
been inserted.
2. Unwind the power cord and insert the
power plug into a power outlet.
3. The oven alert will sound and the LCD
screen will illuminate.
4. Turn the FUNCTION dial until the
indicator reaches the PIZZA function.
The figure on the LCD screen indicates
the preset temperature of ‘220°C’. The
preset FROZEN FOODS setting will also
be displayed.
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5. Press the START/CANCEL button
to activate. The button surround will
illuminate red, the oven alert will
sound and the LCD screen will
illuminate orange.
6. The LCD screen will indicate a blinking
‘PREHEATING’. Once the oven has
reached the set temperature, the
temperature alert will sound.
7. The timer will be displayed and
automatically begin to count down in
one minute increments.
8. At the end of the cooking cycle, the oven
alert will sound three times. The START/
CANCEL button surround will no longer
illuminate red and LCD screen will
illuminate blue.
9. The oven is now ready to use.
NOTE
When the oven is turned on for the
first time, it may emit vapors. This
is due to the protective substances
on the heating elements. These
are safe and not detrimental to the
performance of the oven.
QUICK START GUIDE
OPERATING YOUR BREVILLE
COMPACT SMART OVEN™
The Breville Compact Smart Oven™ features
Element IQ™ - a cooking technology that
adjusts the power of the heating elements
to cook food more evenly and quickly. Each
of the oven’s functions are preset with our
recommended settings, however we suggest
experimenting with these depending on the
recipe, amount of food and your personal
taste. Your customized setting will remain in
the memory of the oven until changed or the
oven is unplugged from the power outlet.
1. Insert the wire rack into the
recommended rack height position.
These are conveniently printed on
the right hand side of the oven door’s
glass window. The wire rack should
be positioned with the spokes facing
upwards.
2. Turn the FUNCTION dial until the
indicator reaches the desired setting.
3. To change the cooking temperature
or time, press the centre of the TEMP/
TIME dial until the LCD screen displays
the corresponding temperature or time
screen. Turn the dial to the left to reduce
the temperature/time or to the right to
increase the temperature/time.
NOTE
The TEMP/TIME dial also functions as
the Darkness and Slice selection control
on the TOAST and CRUMPET functions.
NOTE
Some functions feature a preheating
cycle. When the START/CANCEL
button is pressed, the LCD screen will
indicate a blinking ‘PREHEATING’.
Only place food inside the oven once
the LCD screen no longer blinks
‘PREHEATING’ and the temperature
alert has sounded.
4. Close the oven door.
5. Press the START/CANCEL button
to activate. The button surround will
illuminate red, the oven alert will sound
and the LCD screen will illuminate
orange.
6. The timer will be displayed and begin to
count down. The cooking temperature
and time can be adjusted during the
cooking cycle.
7. At the end of the cooking cycle, the oven
alert will sound three times. The START/
CANCEL button surround will no longer
illuminate red and LCD screen will
illuminate blue.
NOTE
The cooking cycle can be stopped
at any time by pressing the START/
CANCEL button. This will cancel
the cycle and the button surround
illumination will go out.
Centre the food on the wire rack - either
placing directly on the rack or positioned
on the Breville baking pan and grill rack
(see Page 29 of the Instruction Book for
recommended cookware types and sizes).
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QUICK START GUIDE
BAKE FUNCTION: Bakes cakes, muffins,
brownies and pastries evenly throughout.
Also is ideal for cooking pre-packaged
frozen meals including lasagna and pies.
Rack Position: Bottom
Optional Settings:
TEMPERATURE
CONVERSION button
FROZEN
FOODS button.
ROAST FUNCTION: Cooks a variety of
meats and poultry that are tender and juicy
inside and roasted to perfection outside.
Rack Position: Bottom
OVEN FUNCTIONS
TOAST FUNCTION: Evenly toasts bread so
it’s crisp and crunchy on the outside, while
soft and moist on the inside.
Rack Position: Middle
Optional Settings:
FROZEN
FOODS button.
NOTE
During the toasting cycle,
condensation may form on the oven
door and steam may be emitted. This
is normal - caused by the moisture
content of the bread. Freshly baked
and frozen breads generally produce
more condensation and steam.
CRUMPET FUNCTION: Crisps the top of
your crumpet while only lightly toasting
the bottom.
Rack Position: Top
Optional Settings:
FROZEN
FOODS button.
NOTE
The upside of the crumpet must
always face upwards towards the top
heating elements - so the top side
becomes crisp while the crust is only
lightly toasted.
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Optional Settings:
TEMPERATURE
CONVERSION button.
Grill FUNCTION: Ideal for open
sandwiches, small cuts of meat, poultry,
fish, sausages and vegetables. Grilling can
also be used to brown the tops of casseroles
and gratins.
Rack Position: Top
Optional Settings:
TEMPERATURE
CONVERSION button.
NOTE
There are two grilling temperature
settings: ‘HI’ and ‘LOW’. This
determines how quickly the tops of
your food brown - depending on the
food, quantity and your personal taste.
NOTE
When grilling, the Breville grill rack
must be inserted into the Breville
baking pan. When assembled
together, the grill rack is designed to
drain grease and fats away from meats
for healthier cooking. The baking pan
collects these pan drippings and helps
prevent spattering. Depending on the
food being grilled, it may be necessary
to turn food over half way through the
cooking time to achieve even cooking
and browning.
QUICK START GUIDE
PIZZA FUNCTION: Melts and browns
cheese and toppings, while crisping the
pizza crust.
Rack Position: Middle
Optional Settings:
TEMPERATURE
CONVERSION button
FROZEN
FOODS button.
NOTE
If cooking a frozen pizza, ensure
to remove all packaging (including
the metal foil pizza pan that may be
provided) before placing the pizza
in the oven. If cooking a fresh pizza or
using a pizza stone, see Page 39 of the
Instruction Book.
COOKIE FUNCTION: Ideal for baking
homemade or commercially prepared
cookies and ready-to-bake croissants,
scones, biscuits and mini tarts or pies.
Rack Position: Middle
Optional Settings:
TEMPERATURE
CONVERSION button
FROZEN
FOODS button.
REHEAT FUNCTION: Ideal for reheating
leftovers without browning the top.
Rack Position: Bottom
Optional Settings:
TEMPERATURE
CONVERSION button.
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BEFORE FIRST USE
of your Breville Compact Smart Oven™
Before first use
Preparing the oven for use
1. Remove and safely discard any packing
material, promotional labels and tape
from the oven.
2. Remove the crumb tray, wire rack, grill
rack, and baking pan from the polyfoam
packaging. Wash them in warm soapy
water with a soft sponge, rinse and dry
thoroughly. Insert the crumb tray into
the oven.
3. Wipe the interior of the oven with a soft
damp sponge. Dry thoroughly.
4. Place the oven on a flat, dry surface.
Ensure there is a minimum distance of
4" (10cm) of space on both sides of the
appliance. Ensure there are no items on
top of the oven.
Press the centre of the TEMP/TIME dial.
The LCD screen will indicate the preset
time of '15 MINS'.
5. Unwind the power cord completely and
insert the power plug into a grounded
power outlet.
6. The oven alert will sound twice and the
LCD screen will illuminate.
NOTE
In order to remove any protective
substances on the heating elements, it
is necessary to run the oven empty for
15 minutes.
NOTE
Ensure the area is well ventilated
as the oven may emit vapors. These
are safe and not detrimental to the
performance of the oven.
7. Turn the FUNCTION dial until the
indicator reaches the PIZZA function.
The figure on the LCD screen indicates
the preset temperature of '220°C'. The
preset
FROZEN FOODS setting will
also be displayed.
8. Press the START/CANCEL button to
activate this setting. The oven alert
will sound, the button surround will
illuminate red and the LCD screen will
illuminate orange.
9. The LCD screen will indicate a blinking
‘PREHEATING’. Once the oven has
reached the set temperature, the
temperature alert will sound.
10. The time will be displayed and
automatically begin to count down in
one minute increments.
WHEN AT
TEMP.
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Before first use
11. At the end of the cooking cycle, the oven
alert will sound three times. The START/
CANCEL button surround will no longer
illuminate red and LCD screen will
illuminate blue.
Toast
Searing top and bottom heat: seals and crisps.
12. The oven is now ready to use.
NOTE
The cooking cycle can be stopped
at any time by pressing the START/
CANCEL button. The START/
CANCEL button surround will no
longer illuminate red and the LCD
screen will illuminate blue.
A note on cooking ELEMENTS
2400 W
Bake
Even heating: cooks right through.
The Breville Compact Smart Oven™ features
Element IQ™ - a unique cooking technology
that adjusts the power of the cooking
elements for optimum results.
Grill
High temperature top heat, and bottom
elements off: melts and browns.
1200 W
OFF
1800 W
It is normal to notice the following occur
during the cooking cycle:
• It is normal that during the GRILL
function, the bottom set of elements
turn off while the top set is heating at
full power.
• It is normal that the ends of each heating
element will glow more brightly than the
middle of the element.
• It is normal that the elements are
heating even if they are not lighting up.
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Before first use
This cooking technology allows foods to
cook more evenly and quickly, significantly
reducing cooking times. The oven’s preset
cooking temperatures and times, as well as
the cooking temperature and time directions
on pre-packaged foods, may need to be
changed depending on the recipe, the
amount of food and your personal taste.
We recommend experimenting with the
temperature and time settings to produce
the desired results.
The cooking temperature and time can be
adjusted before or during the cooking cycle.
Pressing the centre of the TEMP/TIME
dial changes the display on the LCD screen
from TEMPERATURE to TIME and vice
versa; while rotating the dial increases or
decreases the TEMPERATURE or TIME.
• The cooking temperature can be
adjusted in 5°C increments, from 50°C
to a maximum of 230°C (or in the
Fahrenheit mode, 10°F increments, from
120°F to a maximum 450°F).
b) To change the cooking time, press the
centre of the TEMP/TIME dial until the
LCD screen displays the time screen.
• Turn the dial to the left to reduce the
cooking time, or to the right to increase
the cooking time.
NOTE
The TEMP/TIME dial also functions
as the Darkness and Slice selection
control on the TOAST and
CRUMPET functions.
a) To change the cooking temperature,
press the centre of the TEMP/TIME
dial until the LCD screen displays the
temperature screen.
• The cooking time can be adjusted in
one minute increments up to 1 hour, and
in 5 minute increments between 1 and
2 hours.
• Turn the dial to the left to reduce the
temperature, or to the right to increase
the temperature.
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Before first use
A NOTE ON RACK
HEIGHT POSITIONS
Cooking results are significantly affected
by the position of the wire rack as this
determines how close the food is to the
heating elements. We highly recommend
following the rack height position for each
function as printed on the right hand side
of the oven door’s glass window. However,
these are a guide only. Certain foods may
require a different rack height position
depending on the recipe, the amount and
size of the food and your personal taste.
Top rack height position: GRILL and
CRUMPET functions.
Middle rack height position: TOAST, PIZZA
and COOKIE functions.
Bottom rack height position: BAKE, ROAST,
and REHEAT functions.
NOTE
When using metal foil to cover
accessories, pans, and dishes, it is
recommended that the wire rack be
in the middle or bottom rack height
position. This is to minimize the risk
of the metal foil coming into contact
with the top heating elements.
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For optimum cooking results:
• The wire rack should always be inserted
into the rack height position with the
spokes facing upwards.
• Food should be positioned on the centre
of the wire rack, grill rack or baking tray
to let maximum airflow reach the food.
Before first use
A NOTE ON STANDBY MODE
NOTE
When the oven is plugged into a power
outlet, the oven alert will sound twice
and the LCD screen will illuminate for 10
minutes before entering STANDBY mode.
When in STANDBY mode, the LCD screen
will cease to illuminate, however the word
'STANDBY' will be visible.
To re-activate the oven out of STANDBY
mode, press the START/CANCEL button on
the control panel, or turn any dial. The LCD
screen will re-illuminate. Press the START/
CANCEL button to activate the oven.
The oven is ON (preheating and cooking)
when the oven alert sounds, the button
surround is illuminated red and the LCD
screen illuminates orange. The oven is
OFF when the START/CANCEL button is
pressed a second time, the button surround
no longer illuminates red, and the LCD
screen illuminates blue.
The
TEMPERATURE
CONVERSION button can be used as
an electronic temperature conversion
tool, particularly convenient for
international recipes.
NOTE
If you have changed the default
Celsius temperature reading to
Fahrenheit, the setting will remain in
the memory of the oven until the
TEMPERATURE CONVERSION
button is pressed a second time or
the oven is unplugged from the power
outlet. When the oven is plugged back
into the power outlet, the temperature
reading will automatically return to
the preset Celsius setting.
A NOTE ON OPTIONAL SETTINGS
Temperature Conversion Button
The temperature reading on the oven is
preset to Fahrenheit. Pressing the
TEMPERATURE CONVERSION
button allows the Fahrenheit temperature
reading to be converted to Celsius. The
corresponding ‘C˚’ or ‘F˚’ symbol is
displayed on the LCD screen.
The
TEMPERATURE CONVERSION
button may be selected when using the
BAKE, ROAST, GRILL, PIZZA, COOKIE and
REHEAT functions.
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Before first use
Frozen Foods Button
FROZEN FOODS button adds the
The
recommended, additional time required
to defrost and then toast frozen bread or
crumpets and cook frozen pizza or cookie
dough.
The
FROZEN FOODS button may be
selected when using the TOAST, CRUMPET,
BAKE and COOKIE functions, and is the
default setting on the PIZZA function.
On the TOAST, CRUMPET, BAKE and
COOKIE functions, the
FROZEN
FOODS button can be selected before
or during the cycle. The setting can be
de-selected by pressing the
FROZEN
FOODS button a second time. The frozen
symbol
is displayed on the LCD screen
whenever this setting is selected.
NOTE
If you have selected the
FROZEN
FOODS button and the frozen symbol
is displayed on the LCD screen, the
setting will remain in the memory of
the oven and be activated for each
subsequent TOAST/CRUMPET/
BAKE/COOKIE cycle until the
FROZEN FOODS button is pressed a
second time, or the oven is unplugged
from the power outlet. When the oven
is plugged back into the power outlet,
the function will automatically return
to the preset TOAST/CRUMPET/
BAKE/COOKIE function without the
FROZEN FOODS setting.
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On the PIZZA function,
FROZEN
FOODS is the default setting, and the frozen
symbol
is displayed on the LCD screen.
When cooking fresh pizzas, the setting can
be de-selected by pressing the
FROZEN
FOODS button.
NOTE
If you have de-selected the
FROZEN FOODS setting, the setting
will remain in the memory of the oven
and be activated for each subsequent
PIZZA cycle until the
FROZEN
FOODS button is pressed a second
time, or the oven is unplugged from
the power outlet. When the oven is
plugged back into the power outlet,
the function will automatically return
to the preset PIZZA function with the
FROZEN FOODS setting.
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OPERATING
your Breville Compact Smart Oven™
OPERATING YOUR BREVILLE COMPACT SMART OVEN™ – TOAST
NOTE
3. Close the oven door.
Default temperatures and times
shown in the illustrations in this
section may vary from those displayed
on your oven.
4. Turn the FUNCTION dial until the
indicator reaches the TOAST function.
The left figure on the LCD screen
indicates the preset browning or
'Darkness' setting '4', while the right
figure on the LCD screen indicates the
preset number of slices '2'.
TOAST FUNCTION
Elements
Top and bottom heating elements cycle on
and off to regulate the correct temperature.
Rack Position
Middle rack height position.
Optional Settings
FROZEN FOODS button.
The TOAST function browns and crisps
the outside of your bread while keeping the
inside soft and moist. This function is also
ideal for English muffins and frozen waffles.
1. Insert the wire rack into the middle
rack height position. The wire rack
should be positioned with the spokes
facing upwards.
2. If toasting 1-2 slices, centre the slices
on the wire rack. If toasting 3-4 slices,
evenly space them with 1-2 slices at the
front of the wire rack and 1-2 slices at the
back of the rack.
5. The browning setting and number of
slices can be adjusted before or during
the toasting cycle.
a) To change the browning setting,
press the centre of the TEMP/TIME
(Darkness/Slices) dial until the LCD
screen displays a flashing 'DARKNESS'.
Turn the dial to the left to reduce the
browning setting, or to the right to
increase the browning setting.
NOTE
The browning settings range from ‘1’
(lightest) to ‘7’ (darkest).
As a general guide:
Desired Toast COLOUR
Setting
Light colour toast
Medium colour toast
Dark colour toast
1 or 2
3, 4 or 5
6 or 7
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OPERATING YOUR BREVILLE COMPACT SMART OVEN™ – TOAST
When using the TOAST function for the
first time, we recommend toasting on
the preset browning setting ‘4’ so you
can adjust the browning setting to your
preference - considering the type, thickness
and freshness of the bread.
For example, raisin toast, white lighttextured breads or thinly sliced bread may
require a lighter setting, whilst heavier
textured rye, whole wheat or fresh breads
may require a darker setting.
b) To change the number of slices,
press the centre of the TEMP/TIME
(Darkness/Slices) dial until the LCD
screen displays a flashing 'SLICES'.
Turn the dial to the left to reduce the
number of slices, or to the right to
increase the number of slices. The
number of slices range from ‘1’ to ‘4’.
NOTE
Your customized TOAST browning
setting and number of slices will
remain in the memory of the oven
until you change them or unplug the
oven from the power outlet. When
the oven is plugged back into the
power outlet, the TOAST function
will automatically return to the
preset browning setting ‘4’ and preset
number of slices ‘2’.
6. Press the START/CANCEL button
to activate this setting. The button
surround will illuminate red, the oven
alert will sound and the LCD screen will
illuminate orange.
7. The timer will be displayed and begin to
count down. The time can be adjusted
during the toasting cycle by turning the
TEMP/TIME dial.
NOTE
Element IQ™ will automatically
adjust the toasting time depending
on the heat already present inside
the oven. For example, if the oven
is already warm after one cycle of
toasting, the toasting time for the
second cycle will be less.
During the toasting cycle,
condensation may form on the oven
door and steam may be emitted. This
is normal. Condensation and steam
occur as a result of the moisture
content of the bread. Freshly baked
and frozen breads generally produce
more condensation.
8. At the end of the toasting cycle, the oven
alert will sound three times. The START/
CANCEL button surround will no longer
illuminate red and LCD screen will
illuminate blue.
IMPORTANT
The outer surface of the oven,
including the oven door, is hot during
and after operation. Always use
protective hot pads or insulated oven
mitts when inserting, removing or
handling items from the oven.
9. The toasting cycle can be stopped at any
time by pressing the START/CANCEL
button. This will cancel the cycle. The
button surround illumination will go out
and the LCD screen will illuminate blue.
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OPERATING YOUR BREVILLE COMPACT SMART OVEN™ – CRUMPET
CRUMPET FUNCTION
NOTE
Elements
Top and bottom heating elements cycle on
and off to regulate the correct temperature.
For bagels, change the rack to
the middle rack height position,
cut the bagel in half, lengthways.
The upside(cutside) of the bagel
must always face upwards towards
the top heating elements - so the
topside(cutside) becomes crisp while
the crust is only lightly toasted.
Rack Position
Top rack height position.
Optional Settings
FROZEN FOODS button.
The CRUMPET function crisps the insides
of your cut crumpet while only lightly
toasting the outside. This function is also
ideal for toasting thick sliced speciality
breads which require one side to be toasted
more than the other.
NOTE
If you like your crumpet halves equally
crisp on both the top and bottom, we
recommend using the middle shelf
position to toast your cut crumpet.
1. Insert the wire rack into the top
rack height position. The wire rack
should be positioned with the spokes
facing upwards.
2. If toasting 1 or 2 crumpets, centre on
the wire rack. If toasting 3-4 crumpets,
evenly space them with 1 or 2 crumpets
at the front of the wire rack and 1 or 2
crumpets at the back of the rack.
3. Close the oven door.
4. Turn the FUNCTION dial until the
indicator reaches the CRUMPET
function. The left figure on the LCD
screen indicates the preset browning
or 'Darkness' setting '4', while the right
figure on the LCD screen indicates the
preset number of crumpet halves '2'.
NOTE
The upside of the crumpet must
always face upwards towards the top
heating elements. This allows the
topside to be crisp while the crust is
only lightly toasted.
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OPERATING YOUR BREVILLE COMPACT SMART OVEN™ – CRUMPET
5. The browning setting and number of
crumpet halves can be adjusted before
or during the crumpet cycle.
a) To change the browning setting,
press the centre of the TEMP/TIME
(Darkness/Slices) dial until the LCD
screen displays a flashing 'DARKNESS'.
Turn the dial to the left to reduce the
browning setting, or to the right to
increase the browning setting.
NOTE
Your customized CRUMPET browning
setting and number of crumpets will
remain in the memory of the oven
until you change them or unplug the
oven from the power outlet. When the
oven is plugged back into the power
outlet, the CRUMPET function will
automatically return to the preset
browning setting ‘4’ and preset
number of crumpets ‘2’.
NOTE
The browning settings range from ‘1’
(lightest) to ‘7’ (darkest).
As a general guide:
Desired CRUMPET
COLOUR
Setting
Light colour crumpet
Medium colour crumpet
Dark colour crumpet
1 or 2
3, 4 or 5
6 or 7
When using the CRUMPET function for
the first time, we recommend toasting
on the preset browning setting ‘4’ so you
can adjust the browning setting to your
preference - considering the type and
freshness of the crumpet.
b) To change the number of crumpets,
press the centre of the TEMP/TIME
(Darkness/Slices) dial until the LCD
screen displays a flashing 'SLICES'.
Turn the dial to the left to reduce the
number of crumpets, or to the right to
increase the number of crumpets. The
number of crumpet halves range from
‘1’ to ‘4’.
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7. Press the START/CANCEL button
to activate this setting. The button
surround will illuminate red, the oven
alert will sound and the LCD screen will
illuminate orange.
8. The timer will be displayed and begin to
count down. The time can be adjusted
during the crumpet cycle by turning the
TEMP/TIME dial.
NOTE
During the CRUMPET function,
Element IQ™ will automatically adjust
the power of the cooking elements
for optimum results. It is normal to
notice the bottom set of elements turn
off while the top set is heating at full
power. This ensures the inside of the
crumpet is crisp while the crust is
only lightly toasted.
OPERATING YOUR BREVILLE COMPACT SMART OVEN™ – BAKE
NOTE
Element IQ™ will automatically adjust
the toasting time depending on the
heat already present inside the oven.
For example, if the oven is already
warm after one cycle of toasting, the
toasting time for the second cycle will
be less.
9. At the end of the cooking cycle, the oven
alert will sound three times. The START/
CANCEL button surround will no longer
illuminate red and LCD screen will
illuminate blue.
IMPORTANT
The outer surface of the oven,
including the oven door, is hot during
and after operation. Always use
protective hot pads or insulated oven
mitts when inserting, removing or
handling items from the oven.
10. The crumpet cycle can be stopped at any
time by pressing the START/CANCEL
button. This will cancel the cycle. The
button surround illumination will go out
and the LCD screen will illuminate blue.
throughout. This function is ideal for baking
cakes, muffins, brownies and pastries. The
BAKE function is also ideal for cooking prepackaged frozen meals including lasagna
and pot pies.
1. Insert the wire rack into the bottom
rack height position. The wire rack
should be positioned with the spokes
facing upwards.
NOTE
We recommend using the bottom
rack height position during the BAKE
function. However this is a guide only.
The position of the rack may vary
depending on the type and size of
food being baked. Some baked goods
such as brownies or pastries may be
more suited to the middle rack height
position.
2. Close the oven door.
3. Turn the FUNCTION dial until the
indicator reaches the BAKE function.
The LCD screen indicates the preset
BAKE temperature of ‘160°C’.
BAKE FUNCTION
Elements
Top and bottom heating elements cycle on
and off to regulate the correct temperature.
Rack Position
Bottom rack height position.
Optional Settings
FROZEN FOODS button.
TEMPERATURE CONVERSION button.
The BAKE function cooks food evenly
4. The baking temperature and time
can be adjusted before or during the
baking cycle.
a) The preset '160°C’ is displayed as default
baking temperature on the LCD screen.
To select the baking temperature, turn
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OPERATING YOUR BREVILLE COMPACT SMART OVEN™ – BAKE
the TEMP/TIME dial to adjust the
baking temperature in 5°C increments,
from 50°C to a maximum 230°C) (or in
the Fahrenheit mode, 10°F increments,
from 120°F to a maximum of 450°F).
b) To select the baking time, press the
centre of the TEMP/TIME dial until the
LCD screen displays the preset baking
time of ':30 MINS’.
WHEN AT
TEMP.
7. Place food, positioned on the Breville
enamel baking pan or in an oven-proof
dish, on the centre of the wire rack so air
flows around the sides of the food.
Turn the dial to adjust the baking time in
one minute increments up to 1 hour, and
in 5 minute increments between 1 and
2 hours.
NOTE
Your customized BAKE temperature
and time settings will remain in
the memory of the oven until you
change them or unplug the oven from
the power outlet. When the oven is
plugged back into the power outlet,
the BAKE function will automatically
return to the preset temperature of
‘160°C’ and preset time of ‘:30 MINS’.
5. Press the START/CANCEL button
to activate this setting. The button
surround will illuminate red, the oven
alert will sound and the LCD screen will
illuminate orange.
6. The LCD screen will indicate a blinking
‘PREHEATING’. Once the oven has
reached the set temperature, the
temperature alert will sound.
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IMPORTANT
The outer surface of the oven,
including the oven door, is hot during
and after operation. Always use
protective hot pads or insulated oven
mitts when inserting, removing or
handling items from the oven.
NOTE
The following bakeware will fit into
the oven:
- 15cm x 20cm (7½" x 11") baking
pan no handles
- 23cm (9") square baking pan
- 6 cup muffin tin
- 23cm (9") loaf pan
- Up to 20cm (11") pie plate
OPERATING YOUR BREVILLE COMPACT SMART OVEN™ – BAKE
NOTE
NOTE
For questions regarding the use of
oven safe and specialty bakeware in
compact ovens, please contact the
bakeware manufacturer directly.
Caution should be exercised when
using lids in the oven, as pressure
build up in a covered pan or dish may
cause hot ingredients to expel or the
dish to crack.
NOTE
If cooking lemon/citrus we
recommend lining enamel baking pan
with baking paper to protect the pan.
Contact with citrus on the pan may
discolour enamel coating.
NOTE
Caution should be exercised when
using metal foil to cover accessories,
pans, and dishes. Be sure that the
metal foil is fitted securely as close
contact with the oven's heating
elements can cause overheating and
risk of fire.
8. After the PREHEATING alert has
sounded, the timer will automatically
begin to count down in one minute
increments. The temperature and time
can be adjusted during the baking cycle
by turning the TEMP/TIME dial. Toggle
between the temperature and time LCD
screen by pressing the centre of the
TEMP/TIME dial.
NOTE
When using metal foil to cover
accessories, pans, and dishes, it is
recommended that the wire rack be
in the middle or bottom rack height
position. This is to minimize the risk
of the metal foil coming into contact
with the top heating elements.
NOTE
Caution should be exercised when
using pans and dishes constructed of
materials other than metal. If using
ceramic or glass pans or dishes it is
important that they are oven safe to
prevent cracking.
9. At the end of the cooking cycle, the oven
alert will sound three times. The START/
CANCEL button surround will no longer
illuminate red and LCD screen will
illuminate blue.
10. The baking cycle can be stopped at any
time by pressing the START/CANCEL
button. This will cancel the cycle. The
button surround illumination will go out
and the LCD screen will illuminate blue.
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OPERATING YOUR BREVILLE COMPACT SMART OVEN™ – ROAST
ROAST FUNCTION
Elements
Top and bottom heating elements cycle on
and off to regulate the correct temperature.
Rack Position
Bottom rack height position.
Optional Settings
TEMPERATURE CONVERSION button.
The ROAST function is ideal for cooking a
variety of meats and poultry that are tender
and juicy on the inside and roasted to
perfection on the outside.
1. Insert the wire rack into the bottom
rack height position. The wire rack
should be positioned with the spokes
facing upwards.
2. Close the oven door.
3. Turn the FUNCTION dial until the
indicator reaches the ROAST function.
The LCD screen indicates the preset
ROAST temperature of ‘175°C’.
a) The preset '175°C' is displayed as default
roasting temperature on the LCD screen.
Turn the TEMP/TIME dial to adjust the
roasting temperature in 5°C increments,
from 50°C to a maximum 230°C (or in
the Fahrenheit mode, 10°F increments,
from 120°F to a maximum of 450°F).
b) To select the roasting time, press the
centre of the TEMP/TIME dial until the
LCD screen displays the preset roasting
time of '1:00 HRS'.
Turn the dial to adjust the roasting time
in one minute increments up to 1 hour,
and in 5 minute increments between 1
and 2 hours.
NOTE
Use the table below as a guide only to
estimate and plan cooking times. We
recommend checking doneness with a
reliable meat thermometer.
4. The roasting temperature and time
can be adjusted before or during the
roasting cycle.
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Type/Cut
Roasting time
per 1lb (500g)
Beef - Rib Eye, Round or
Rib Roast
Pork - Loin (bone in/out)
Lamb - Leg (bone in/out)
Chicken - Whole
30 minutes
35 minutes
30 minutes
30 minutes
OPERATING YOUR BREVILLE COMPACT SMART OVEN™ – ROAST
NOTE
We recommend limiting the weight
of meats and poultry to be roasted
to 2kg (4.5 lbs). However the
actual maximum weight will vary
depending on the type, cut, shape
and size of the meat.
NOTE
Your customized ROAST temperature
and time settings will remain in
the memory of the oven until you
change them or unplug the oven from
the power outlet. When the oven is
plugged back into the power outlet,
the ROAST function will automatically
return to the preset temperature of
'175˚C' and preset time of ‘1:00 HRS’.
5. Press the START/CANCEL button
to activate this setting. The button
surround will illuminate red, the oven
alert will sound, and the LCD screen will
illuminate orange.
6. The LCD screen will indicate a blinking
‘PREHEATING’. Once the oven has
reached the set temperature, the
temperature alert will sound.
WHEN AT
TEMP.
7. Place food, positioned on the Breville
enamel baking pan or in an oven-proof
dish, on the centre of the wire rack so air
flows around the sides of the food.
IMPORTANT
The outer surface of the oven,
including the oven door, is hot during
and after operation. Always use
protective hot pads or insulated oven
mitts when inserting, removing or
handling items from the oven.
NOTE
When roasting, the Breville enamel
grill rack may be inserted into Breville
enamel baking pan. When assembled
together, the grill rack is designed to
drain grease and fats away from meats
for healthier cooking. The baking pan
collects these pan drippings and helps
prevent spattering.
NOTE
Caution should be exercised when
using metal foil to cover accessories,
pans, and dishes. Be sure that the
metal foil is fitted securely as close
contact with the oven's heating
elements can cause overheating and
risk of fire.
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OPERATING YOUR BREVILLE COMPACT SMART OVEN™ – ROAST
NOTE
When using metal foil to cover
accessories, pans, and dishes, it is
recommended that the wire rack be
in the middle or bottom rack height
position. This is to minimize the risk
of the metal foil coming into contact
with the top heating elements.
NOTE
Caution should be exercised when
using pans and dishes constructed of
materials other than metal. If using
ceramic or glass pans or dishes it is
important that they are oven safe to
prevent cracking.
NOTE
Caution should be exercised when
using lids in the oven, as pressure
build up in a covered pan or dish may
cause hot ingredients to expel or the
dish to crack.
8. After the PREHEATING alert has
sounded, the timer will automatically
begin to count down in one minute
increments. The temperature and time
can be adjusted during the roasting
cycle by turning the TEMP/TIME dial.
Toggle between the temperature and
time LCD screen by pressing the centre
of the TEMP/TIME dial.
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9. At the end of the cooking cycle, the oven
alert will sound three times. The START/
CANCEL button surround will no longer
illuminate red and LCD screen will
illuminate blue.
NOTE
Check doneness with a reliable meat
thermometer. Use an independent
timer to remind you to check the
meat temperature.
10. The roast cycle can be stopped at any
time by pressing the START/CANCEL
button. This will cancel the cycle. The
button surround illumination will go out
and the LCD screen will illuminate blue.
OPERATING YOUR BREVILLE COMPACT SMART OVEN™ – GRILL
GRILL FUNCTION
Elements
Top heating elements cycle on and off to
provide intense top heat. Bottom heating
elements remain on low.
2. Insert the Breville enamel grill rack into
the enamel baking pan. Place food on
the assembled grill rack or in an ovenproof dish, then place on the centre of
the wire rack so air flows around the
sides of the food.
Rack Position
Top rack height position.
Optional Settings
TEMPERATURE CONVERSION button.
The GRILL function is ideal for open
sandwiches, small cuts of meat, poultry,
fish, sausages and vegetables. Grilling can
also be used to brown the tops of casseroles
and gratins.
1. Insert the wire rack into the top
rack height position. The wire rack
should be positioned with the spokes
facing upwards.
NOTE
We recommend using the top rack
height position during the GRILL
function. However this is a guide only.
Certain foods may require the middle
rack height position depending on the
recipe, the amount and size of the food
and your personal taste.
For example, the middle rack height
position may be more appropriate
for taller foods that may touch the
heating elements, thicker foods such
as hamburger patties, marinated foods
such chicken wings, or foods that
require a gentle grill.
We recommend experimenting with
the rack height position, as well as
the temperature and time settings to
produce the desired results.
NOTE
When grilling, the Breville enamel
grill rack must be inserted into the
Breville enamel baking pan. When
assembled together, the grill rack
is designed to drain grease and
fats away from meats for healthier
cooking. The baking pan collects
these pan drippings and helps
prevent spattering.
NOTE
Caution should be exercised when
using metal foil to cover accessories,
pans, and dishes. Be sure that the
metal foil is fitted securely as close
contact with the oven's heating
elements can cause overheating and
risk of fire.
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OPERATING YOUR BREVILLE COMPACT SMART OVEN™ – GRILL
NOTE
When using metal foil to cover
accessories, pans, and dishes, it is
recommended that the wire rack be in
the middle or bottom location.
NOTE
Caution should be exercised when
using pans and dishes constructed of
materials other than metal. If using
ceramic or glass pans or dishes it is
important that they are oven safe to
prevent cracking.
NOTE
Caution should be exercised when
using lids in the oven, as pressure
build up in a covered pan or dish may
cause hot ingredients to expel or the
dish to crack.
3. Close the oven door.
5. The grilling temperature and time
can be adjusted before or during the
grilling cycle.
a) The preset 'HI’ is displayed as default
grilling temperature on the LCD screen.
To select the grilling temperature, turn
the TEMP/TIME dial to select either ‘HI’
(high) or ‘LO’ (low).
NOTE
The two preset grilling temperatures
allow you to change the grilling
speed – how quickly the tops of
your food brown - depending on the
food to be grilled, quantity of food
& your personal taste. While we
suggest most foods should be grilled
using the preset 'HI', we recommend
experimenting with the grilling
temperature and time settings to
produce the desired results.
b) To select the grilling time, press the
centre of the TEMP/TIME dial until the
LCD screen displays the preset grilling
time of ':10 MINS'.
IMPORTANT
Always ensure the oven door is
completely Closed when using the
GRILL function.
4. Turn the FUNCTION dial until the
indicator reaches the GRILL function.
The LCD screen indicates the preset
GRILL temperature of ‘HI’.
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WHEN AT
TEMP.
Turn the dial to adjust the grilling
time in one minute increments up to a
maximum of 20 minutes.
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Type/Cut
Weight/
Grilling
THICKNESS time
Beef
Sirloin
Hamburger
2.5cm (1")
2.5cm (1")
12-15 mins
10-15 mins
Pork
Chops
Ribs
Bacon
2.5cm (1")
1 rack
3 rashers
15 mins
20 mins
10 mins
Lamb
Neck chops
Cutlets
4 pieces
8 pieces
15 mins
10-12 mins
Sausages
Thin
Thick
8 pieces
6 pieces
8 mins
12 mins
500g (1lb)
12-15 mins
250g (0.5lbs)
20 mins
250g (0.5lbs)
500g (1lb)
8 mins
8-10 mins
Chicken
Wings
Breast or
Thigh
Fish
Cheese Melt
7. The timer will be displayed and begin to
count down in one minute increments.
The temperature and time can be
adjusted during the grilling cycle by
turning the TEMP/TIME dial. Toggle
between the temperature and time LCD
screen by pressing the centre of the
TEMP/TIME dial.
NOTE
3-5 mins
NOTE
Your customized GRILL temperature
and time settings will remain in
the memory of the oven until you
change them or unplug the oven from
the power outlet. When the oven is
plugged back into the power outlet,
the GRILL function will automatically
return to the preset temperature of
'HI', and preset time of ‘:10MINS’.
6. Press the START/CANCEL button
to activate this setting. The button
surround will illuminate red, the oven
alert will sound, and the LCD screen will
illuminate orange.
Depending on the food being grilled,
it may be necessary to turn food over
half way through the cooking time to
achieve even cooking and browning.
8. At the end of the cooking cycle, the oven
alert will sound three times. The START/
CANCEL button surround will no longer
illuminate red and LCD screen will
illuminate blue.
IMPORTANT
The outer surface of the oven,
including the oven door, is hot during
and after operation. Always use
protective hot pads or insulated oven
mitts when inserting, removing or
handling items from the oven.
9. The grilling cycle can be stopped at any
time by pressing the START/CANCEL
button. This will cancel the cycle. The
button surround illumination will go out
and the LCD screen will illuminate blue.
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OPERATING YOUR BREVILLE COMPACT SMART OVEN™ – PIZZA
PIZZA FUNCTION
NOTE
Elements
Top and bottom heating elements cycle on
and off to regulate the correct temperature.
If cooking a frozen pizza, ensure
to remove all packaging, including
cardboard, plastic, paper, or other
flammable materials before placing
the pizza in the oven.
Breville recommends using a dark
coloured, non-stick pizza pan when
cooking a pizza. Light coloured pans
reflect heat and may not effectively
crisp the pizza crust.
The optional 30cm (12") non-stick
pizza pan accessory is available
through Breville Customer Service.
Visit www.breville.com.au and refer to
the Accessories Card enclosed.
For a crisper crust, pizzas can be
cooked directly on the wire rack.
However care should be taken as
melted cheese and other ingredients
may build-up on the heating elements
and create a potential fire risk.
Rack Position
Middle rack height position.
Optional Settings
FROZEN FOODS button.
TEMPERATURE CONVERSION button.
The PIZZA function melts and browns
cheese and toppings, while crisping the
pizza crust.
1. Insert the wire rack into the middle
rack height position. The wire rack
should be positioned with the spokes
facing upwards. Place the (optional)
Breville tray or pizza on the centre of
the wire rack so air flows around the
sides of the food.
2. Close the oven door.
NOTE
We recommend using the middle
rack height position during the
PIZZA function. However this is a
guide only. The position of the rack
may vary depending on the type and
size of the pizza. Some fresh pizza's
may be more suited to the bottom
rack height position.
We recommend experimenting with
the rack height position, as well as
the temperature and time settings to
produce the desired results.
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3. Turn the FUNCTION dial until the
indicator reaches the PIZZA function.
The LCD screen indicates the preset
PIZZA temperature of ‘220°C’. The
preset
FROZEN FOODS setting will
also be displayed (see Page 39 if cooking
fresh pizza).
OPERATING YOUR BREVILLE COMPACT SMART OVEN™ – PIZZA
4. The pizza cooking temperature and time
can be adjusted before or during the
cooking cycle.
a) The preset cooking temperature of
220°F is displayed as the default on the
LCD screen. Turn the TEMP/TIME dial
to adjust the cooking temperature in 5°C
increments, from 50°C to a maximum
230°C (or in the Fahrenheit mode, 10°F
increments, from 120°F to a maximum
of 450°F).
b) To select the cooking time, press the
centre of the TEMP/TIME dial until the
LCD screen displays the preset cooking
time of ':15 MINS'.
Turn the dial to adjust the cooking time
in one minute increments up to 1 hour,
and in 5 minute increments between 1
and 2 hours.
NOTE
The cooking technology in The
Compact Smart Oven™ allows foods
to cook more evenly and quickly,
significantly reducing cooking
times. The oven’s preset cooking
temperatures and times, as well as
the cooking temperature and time
directions on pre-packaged foods,
may need to be changed depending
on the recipe, the amount of food and
your personal taste.
We recommend experimenting with
the temperature and time settings to
produce the desired results.
NOTE
Due to the wide variety of pizzas
available, you will need to consider
whether you are cooking a fresh or
frozen pizza or a thin crust or deep
dish, and adjust the cooking time to
produce the ideal result.
For example, frozen pizzas may need
additional cooking time. Thick crust
pizzas may also require slightly more
cooking time.
NOTE
Your customized PIZZA temperature
and time settings will remain in
the memory of the oven until you
change them or unplug the oven from
the power outlet. When the oven is
plugged back into the power outlet,
the PIZZA function will automatically
return to the preset temperature of
220°C (425°F), preset time of ':15
MINS' and preset
FROZEN FOODS
setting.
5. Press the START/CANCEL button
to activate this setting. The button
surround will illuminate red, the oven
alert will sound, and the LCD screen will
illuminate orange.
6. The LCD screen will indicate a blinking
‘PREHEATING’. Once the oven has
reached the set temperature, the
temperature alert will sound.
WHEN AT
TEMP.
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OPERATING YOUR BREVILLE COMPACT SMART OVEN™ – PIZZA
7. Place the pizza pan or pizza on the
wire rack so air flows around the sides
of the food.
NOTE
Pizza pan colour, size, and thickness
can affect browning/crispiness of the
pizza base.
8. After the PREHEATING alert has
sounded, the timer will automatically
begin to count down in one minute
increments. The temperature and time
can be adjusted during the cooking
cycle by turning the TEMP/TIME dial.
Toggle between temperature and time
LCD screen by pressing the centre of the
TEMP/TIME dial.
NOTE
Be sure to use protective hot pads or
insulated ovens mitts when removing
the pizza from the oven as melted
cheese and toppings will be hot.
10. The pizza cycle can be stopped at any
time by pressing the START/CANCEL
button. This will cancel the cycle. The
button surround illumination will go out
and the LCD screen will illuminate blue.
A note on pizza stones
When using a pizza stone, it is necessary
to first heat the stone (without a pizza) for
optimum results.
1. Insert the wire rack into the middle
rack height position. The wire rack
should be positioned with the spokes
facing upwards.
2. Place the pizza stone on the centre of the
wire rack so air flows around the sides of
the stone.
3. Close the oven door.
NOTE
Some large pizzas may brown unevenly
in compact ovens. Open the oven door
half way through the cooking time and
carefully rotate the pizza 90 degrees
for more even browning.
9. At the end of the cooking cycle, the
oven alert will sound three times, the
START/CANCEL button will cease to
illuminate and the LCD back light will
illuminate blue.
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4. Press the START/CANCEL button
to activate this setting. The button
surround will illuminate red, the oven
alert will sound, and the LCD screen will
illuminate orange.
5. The LCD screen will indicate a blinking
‘PREHEATING’. Once the oven has
reached the set temperature, the
temperature alert will sound.
6. The timer will be displayed and
automatically begin to count down in
one minute increments.
7. At the end of the pizza stone heating
cycle, the oven alert will sound three
times, the START/CANCEL button will
cease to illuminate and the LCD back
light will illuminate blue.
OPERATING YOUR BREVILLE COMPACT SMART OVEN™ – PIZZA
8. Now carefully place the frozen pizza on
the heated pizza stone.
NOTE
If cooking a fresh pizza, we
recommend using protective hot pads
or insulated oven mitts to remove
the entire wire rack with pizza stone,
and place on the open oven door or
bench. This will assist in transferring
the fresh pizza dough onto the heated
pizza stone. Always use protective hot
pads or insulated oven mitts to reinsert the wire rack with pizza stone
and pizza, inside the oven.
9. Select the desired pizza setting and
press the START/CANCEL button to
restart the pizza cycle.
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OPERATING YOUR BREVILLE COMPACT SMART OVEN™ – COOKIE
COOKIE FUNCTION
Elements
Top and bottom heating elements cycle on
and off to regulate the correct temperature.
Rack Position
Middle rack height position.
Optional Settings
FROZEN FOODS button.
a) The preset baking temperature of 175˚C
is displayed as the default on the LCD
screen. Turn the TEMP/TIME dial to
adjust the baking temperature in 5°C
increments, from 50°C to a maximum
230°C (or in the Fahrenheit mode, 10°F
increments, from 120°F to a maximum
of 450°F).
b) To select the baking time, press the
centre of the TEMP/TIME dial until the
LCD screen displays the preset baking
time of : '11 MINS'.
TEMPERATURE CONVERSION button.
The COOKIE function is ideal for baking
homemade or commercially prepared
cookies and other baked treats.
Ready-to-bake crescent rolls, cinnamon
scrolls, biscuits and strudels are ideally
baked using this function.
1. Insert the wire rack into the middle
rack height position. The wire rack
should be positioned with the spokes
facing upwards.
2. Close the oven door.
3. Turn the FUNCTION dial until the
indicator reaches the COOKIE function.
The LCD screen indicates the preset
temperature of ‘175°C’.
4. The baking temperature and time
can be adjusted before or during the
baking cycle.
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Turn the dial to adjust the cooking
time in one minute increments up to a
maximum of 1 hour.
NOTE
Due to the wide variety of cookie
types, you will need to consider
whether you’re baking fresh,
refrigerated or frozen cookie dough,
and adjust the baking time to produce
the ideal result.
For example, frozen cookie dough
may need additional baking time. The
amount of dough per cookie or the
thickness of the cookie many also vary
the cooking time.
OPERATING YOUR BREVILLE COMPACT SMART OVEN™ – COOKIE
NOTE
Your customized COOKIE
temperature and time settings will
remain in the memory of the oven
until you change them or unplug the
oven from the power outlet. When
the oven is plugged back into the
power outlet, the COOKIE function
will automatically return to the preset
temperature of 175˚C (350°F), and
preset time of ':11 MINS'.
5. Press the START/CANCEL button
to activate this setting. The button
surround will illuminate red, the oven
alert will sound, and the LCD screen will
illuminate orange.
6. The LCD screen will indicate a blinking
‘PREHEATING’. Once the oven has
reached the set temperature, the
temperature alert will sound.
WHEN AT
TEMP.
NOTE
It may be necessary to lightly grease or
line the enamel baking pan with baking
paper to prevent cookies from sticking.
NOTE
Caution should be exercised when
using metal foil to cover accessories,
pans, and dishes. Be sure that the
metal foil is fitted securely as close
contact with the oven's heating
elements can cause overheating and
risk of fire.
NOTE
7. Place food on the Breville enamel baking
pan or in an oven-proof pan, then place
on the centre of the wire rack so air flows
around the back, as well as the front of
the food.
When using metal foil to cover
accessories, pans, and dishes, it is
recommended that the wire rack be in
the middle or bottom location.
NOTE
Caution should be exercised when
using pans and dishes constructed of
materials other than metal. If using
ceramic or glass pans or dishes it is
important that they are oven safe to
prevent cracking.
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OPERATING YOUR BREVILLE COMPACT SMART OVEN™ – COOKIE
NOTE
Caution should be exercised when
using lids in the oven, as pressure
build up in a covered pan or dish may
cause hot ingredients to expel or the
dish to crack.
8. After the PREHEATING alert has
sounded, the timer will automatically
begin to count down in one minute
increments. The temperature and time
can be adjusted during the baking cycle
by turning the TEMP/TIME dial. Toggle
between Temperature and Time by
pressing the TEMP/TIME button.
9. At the end of the baking cycle, the oven
alert will sound three times, the START/
CANCEL button will cease to illuminate
and the LCD screen will illuminate blue.
IMPORTANT
The outer surface of the oven,
including the oven door, is hot during
and after operation. Always use
protective hot pads or insulated oven
mitts when inserting, removing or
handling items from the oven.
10. The baking cycle can be stopped at any
time by pressing the START/CANCEL
button. This will cancel the cycle. The
button surround illumination will go out
and the LCD screen will illuminate blue.
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OPERATING YOUR BREVILLE COMPACT SMART OVEN™ – REHEAT
REHEAT FUNCTION
NOTE
Elements
Top and bottom heating elements cycle on
and off to regulate the correct temperature.
When using metal foil to cover
accessories, pans, and dishes, it is
recommended that the wire rack be in
the middle or bottom location.
Rack Position
Bottom rack height position.
NOTE
Optional Settings
TEMPERATURE CONVERSION button.
The REHEAT function is ideal for reheating
leftovers without browning.
1. Insert the wire rack into the bottom
rack height position. The wire rack
should be positioned with the spokes
facing upwards.
2. Place food on the Breville enamel baking
pan or in an oven-proof dish, then place
on the centre of the wire rack so air flows
around the sides of the food.
Caution should be exercised when
using pans and dishes constructed of
materials other than metal. If using
ceramic or glass pans or dishes it is
important that they are oven safe to
prevent cracking.
NOTE
Caution should be exercised when
using lids in the oven, as pressure
build up in a covered pan or dish may
cause hot ingredients to expel or the
dish to crack.
3. Close the oven door.
4. Turn the FUNCTION dial until the
indicator reaches the REHEAT function.
The LCD screen indicates the preset
temperature of '160°C'.
NOTE
Caution should be exercised when
using metal foil to cover accessories,
pans, and dishes. Be sure that the
metal foil is fitted securely as close
contact with the oven's heating
elements can cause overheating and
risk of fire.
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OPERATING YOUR BREVILLE COMPACT SMART OVEN™ – REHEAT
5. The reheating temperature and time
can be adjusted before or during the
reheating cycle.
a) The preset reheating temperature of
160˚C is displayed as the default on the
LCD screen. Turn the TEMP/TIME dial
to adjust the cooking temperature in 5°C
increments, from 50°C to a maximum
230°C (or in the Fahrenheit mode, 10°F
increments, from 120°F to a maximum
of 450°F).
b) To select the reheating time, press the
centre of the TEMP/TIME dial until
the LCD screen displays the preset
reheating time of ':15 MINS'.
Turn the dial to adjust the cooking
time in one minute increments up to a
maximum of 1 hour.
NOTE
Your customized REHEAT
temperature and time settings will
remain in the memory of the oven
until you change them or unplug the
oven from the power outlet. When
the oven is plugged back into the
power outlet, the REHEAT function
will automatically return to the preset
temperature of ‘160°C’, preset time of
‘:15 MINS’.
6. Press the START/CANCEL button
to activate this setting. The button
surround will illuminate red, the oven
alert will sound, and the LCD screen will
illuminate orange.
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7. The timer will be displayed and
begin to count down in one minute
increments. The temperature and time
can be adjusted during the reheating
cycle by turning the corresponding
TEMP/TIME dial.
8. At the end of the reheating cycle, the
oven alert will sound three times, the
START/CANCEL button will cease to
illuminate and the LCD back light will
illuminate blue.
IMPORTANT
The outer surface of the oven,
including the oven door, is hot during
and after operation. Always use
protective hot pads or insulated oven
mitts when inserting, removing or
handling items from the oven.
9. The reheating cycle can be stopped
at any time by pressing the START/
CANCEL button. This will cancel the
cycle. The button surround illumination
will go out and the LCD screen will
illuminate blue.
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USING THE PLATE
WARMING TRAY
of your Breville Compact Smart Oven™
USING THE PLATE WARMING TRAY
The top of the oven is very hot during and
after operation. Do not store any item on top
of the oven when in operation.
The only exceptions are:
• One layer of ceramic plates for warming.
• The (optional) Bamboo Cutting Board
accessory provided by Breville for use
in the ribbed section on top of the
oven. Visit breville.com.au for more
information and refer to the Accessories
Card enclosed.
IMPORTANT
The use of any accessory attachments
not recommended by Breville may
cause injuries.
IMPORTANT
The outer surface of the oven,
including the oven door, is hot during
and after operation. Always use
protective hot pads or insulated
oven mitts when inserting, removing
or handling items from the oven.
Alternatively, allow the oven to cool
down before handling.
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CARE & CLEANING
your Breville Compact Smart Oven™
CARE & CLEANING YOUR BREVILLE COMPACT SMART OVEN™
Ensure the oven is turned OFF by pressing
the START/CANCEL button on the control
panel. The oven is OFF when the button
surround illumination is no longer red.
Remove the power plug from the power
outlet. Allow the oven and all accessories
to cool completely before disassembling
and cleaning.
NOTE
Do not use abrasive cleansers, metal
scouring pads or metal
utensils on any of the interior or
exterior surfaces of the oven,
including the crumb tray.
Do not use abrasive cleansers,
metal scouring pads or metal
utensils to clean any of the
accessories as they may damage the
porcelain enamel finish of the baking
pan and grilling rack.
Cleaning the outer body and door
1. Wipe the outer body with a soft, damp
sponge. A non-abrasive liquid cleanser
or mild spray solution may be used
to avoid build-up of stains. Apply the
cleanser to the sponge, not the oven
surface, before cleaning.
2. To clean the glass door, use a glass
cleaner or mild detergent and a soft,
damp sponge or soft plastic scouring
pad. Do not use an abrasive cleanser or
metal scouring pad as these will scratch
the oven surface.
3. Let all surfaces dry thoroughly prior to
inserting the power plug into a power
outlet and turning the oven ON.
IMPORTANT
Do not immerse the body, power cord
or power plug in water or any other
liquid as this may cause electrocution.
Cleaning the interior
1. The walls on the inside of the oven
feature a non-stick coating for easy
cleaning. To clean any spattering that
may occur, wipe the walls with a soft,
damp sponge. A non-abrasive liquid
cleanser or mild spray solution may be
used to avoid build-up of stains. Apply
the cleanser to the sponge, not the oven
surface, before cleaning. Avoid touching
the quartz heating elements.
IMPORTANT
Use extreme caution when cleaning
the quartz heating elements. Allow the
oven to cool completely, then gently rub
a soft, damp sponge or cloth along the
length of the heating element. Do not
use any type of cleanser or cleaning
agent. Let all surfaces dry thoroughly
prior to inserting the power plug into a
power outlet and turning the oven ON.
2. Let all surfaces dry thoroughly prior to
inserting the power plug into a power
outlet and turning the oven ON.
Cleaning the crumb tray
1. After each use, slide out the crumb tray
and discard crumbs. Wipe the tray with
a soft, damp sponge. A non-abrasive
liquid cleanser may be used to avoid
build-up of stains. Apply the cleanser
to the sponge, not the tray, before
cleaning. Dry thoroughly.
2. To remove baked-on grease, soak the
tray in warm soapy water then wash with
a soft sponge or soft plastic scouring
pad. Rinse and dry thoroughly.
3. Always ensure to re-insert the crumb
tray into the oven after cleaning and
prior to inserting the power plug into a
power outlet and turning the oven ON.
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CARE & CLEANING YOUR BREVILLE COMPACT SMART OVEN™
Cleaning the wire rack, grill rack and
baking pan.
1. Wash all accessories in warm soapy
water with a soft sponge or soft plastic
scouring pad. Rinse and dry thoroughly.
2. To extend the life of your accessories, we
do not recommend that these be placed
in the dishwasher.
Storage
1. Ensure the oven is turned OFF by
pressing the START/CANCEL button
on the control panel. The oven is OFF
when the button surround illumination
is no longer red. Then remove the power
plug from the power outlet.
2. Allow the oven and all accessories to
cool completely.
3. Ensure the oven and all accessories are
clean and dry.
4. Ensure the crumb tray is inserted into
the oven, the grill rack is inserted into
the baking pan and resting on the wire
rack in the middle rack height position.
5. Ensure the door is closed.
6. Store the appliance in an upright
position standing level on its support
legs. Do not store anything on top and
inside oven except the accessories.
NOTE
If cooking lemon/citrus we
recommend lining enamel baking pan
with baking paper to protect the pan.
Contact with citrus on the pan may
discolour enamel coating.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
TROUBLESHOOTING
Problem
Easy Solution
Oven will not switch “ON”
• Check that the power plug is securely inserted into
the power outlet
• Insert the power plug into an independent power outlet
• Insert the power plug into a different outlet
• Reset the circuit breaker if necessary
I would like to have the oven
LCD default settings back
• The oven will remember the last setting used for
each function unless you remove the power plug
from the power outlet.
• To restore the oven’s default settings for each
function, remove the power plug from the power
outlet. Wait 5 seconds, then plug back in.
The LCD display light has
gone out
• The oven goes into STANDBY mode if not used
for 10 minutes. When in STANDBY mode, the LCD
screen will cease to illuminate, however 'STANDBY'
will still be visible.
• To re-activate the oven out of STANDBY mode, press
the START/CANCEL button on the control panel, or
turn any dial. The LCD screen will re-illuminate.
The pizza does not
cook evenly
• Some large pizzas may brown unevenly in compact
ovens. Open the oven door half way through the
cooking time and turn the pizza 90 degrees for more
even browning.
The pizza crust does
not crisp
• Breville recommends using a dark coloured, non-stick
pizza pan when cooking a pizza. Light coloured pans
reflect heat and may not effectively crisp the pizza
crust. Oven accessories are available at breville.com.au
• For a crisper crust, pizzas can be cooked directly
on the wire rack. However care should be taken as
melted cheese and other ingredients may build-up on
the heating elements and create a potential fire risk.
I cannot select the FROZEN
FOODS button
• The FROZEN FOODS button is only selectable
during the TOAST, CRUMPET, BAKE, PIZZA and
COOKIE functions.
Steam is coming out from
the top of the oven door
• This is normal. The door is vented to release steam
created from high-moisture content foods such as
frozen breads.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Problem
Easy Solution
Water is dripping onto
benchtop from under door
• This is normal. The condensation created from high
moisture content foods such as frozen breads will
run down the inside of the door and can drip onto
the bench.
The heating elements
appear to be pulsing
• Element IQ™ accurately controls the heat inside the
oven by pulsing the power in the heating elements
in short bursts. This is normal.
E01 – Temperature
Measurement Thermistor
lead wire is broken or quick
connection is loose
• Return to Breville Repair Centre.
E02 – Temperature
Measurement Thermistor
short circuit
E03 – Oven has overheated
E04 – Oven surrounding
Temperature is below - 10°C
• Operate the oven in a warm room.
E05 – Internal
component failure
• Return to Breville Repair Centre.
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RECIPES
for your new Breville Compact Smart Oven™
RECIPES
PARMESAN CRISPS
PITA CHIPS
Function: BAKE
Temperature: 205˚C (400˚F)
Cooking Time: Approximately 6 minutes
Yield: 8 crisps
Function: TOAST
Darkness: 5
Slices: 4
Cooking Time: Approximately 5 minutes
Yield: 32 chips
INGREDIENTS
1 cup freshly grated Parmesan cheese
METHOD
1. Line Breville enamel baking pan
with baking paper. Evenly space 8
mounded Tablespoons of freshly grated
parmesan cheese.
2. Set wire rack in bottom rack height
position. Turn FUNCTION dial to BAKE.
Set TEMPERATURE to 205˚C (400˚F)
and set TIME to 6 minutes. Press
START/CANCEL button to activate.
Once preheated place pan in oven.
3. Cheese will melt, spread, bubble and be
golden in colour when done. Remove
crisps with a thin spatula and set on a
wire rack to cool and harden. To give
them a curved shape, immediately place
crisps from oven onto a rolling pin to
cool. As they cool, they will take the
shape of the rolling pin.
NOTE
Parmesan Crisps are a great garnish
to a salad. They’re even great as a
snack or with a dip.
INGREDIENTS
4 whole wheat pita pockets
¼ cup (65ml) olive oil
1 teaspoon salt
pinch cayenne pepper (optional)
2 Tablespoons dried basil
½ teaspoon garlic powder
¼ teaspoon paprika
METHOD
1. In a small bowl combine olive oil, salt,
cayenne (optional), dried basil, garlic
powder and paprika. Set aside.
2. Using scissors, cut around the outer
edge of one pita, dividing pita into
two rounds. Expose inside of pita. Dip
a pastry brush into seasoned oil and
brush evenly on inside of pita. Cut into 8
triangles and arrange them oiled side up
in a single layer onto a Breville enamel
baking pan.
3. Position wire rack in middle rack
height position. Turn FUNCTION dial
to TOAST. Select DARKNESS #5 and
SLICES to #4. Press START/CANCEL
button to activate. Chips are cooked when
dry and crisp, slightly golden. Repeat the
process for the remaining pita.
TIP
Try the Pita Chips with the Roasted
Red Pepper, Spinach and Broccoli Dip
on page 58.
NOTE
Pita chips are a great snack, try with
salsa or as a garnish with salad.
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RECIPES
ROASTED RED CAPSICUM, SPINACH
AND BROCCOLI DIP
Function: GRILL AND BAKE
Temperature: HI and 175˚C (350˚F)
Cooking Time: 40 minutes
Yield: 4 cups
INGREDIENTS
1 red capsicum
¼ cup (65ml) cooked spinach, excess
water removed, finely chopped
1 cup cooked bite-sized broccoli florets, finely chopped
1 garlic clove, crushed
¼ cup freshly grated Parmesan cheese
¾ cup mayonnaise
¾ cup shredded mozzarella
METHOD
Roasting the Red Capsicum
1. Slice red capsicum in 4 pieces. Remove
seeds and stem. Flatten each piece and
place skin side up onto Breville enamel
baking pan.
2. Set wire rack in top rack height position.
Turn FUNCTION dial to GRILL, set
TEMPERATURE to HI and set TIMER
to 12 minutes. Press START/CANCEL
button to activate. Grill capsicum until
skin is blackened.
3. Remove capsicum from oven. As it cools,
skin will loosen from flesh. When cool
enough to handle, peel away the skin.
Chop capsicum in small dices.
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The Dip
1. In a medium sized bowl, fold together all
the ingredients.
2. Turn dip into a 4-cup (1 litre) capacity
baking dish, or divide dip into two 2-cup
(500ml) baking dishes.
3. Position wire rack to bottom rack height
position. Turn FUNCTION dial to
BAKE. Set TEMPERATURE to 175˚C
(350˚F) and TIME to 25 minutes.
Press START/CANCEL button to
activate. Bake dip until it bubbles and is
completed heated through.
TIP
Serve dip with Pita Chips. The recipe
can be found on page 57.
RECIPES
VEGETABLE STRATA
Function: GRILL, BAKE
Temperature: HI and 205˚C (400˚F)
175˚C (350˚F)
Cooking Time: 1 hour
Yield: 6
INGREDIENTS
1 yellow capsicum
1 red capsicum
30g asparagus, chopped
1 Tablespoon (20ml) olive oil
pinch salt
1 medium onion, diced
4 x 60g eggs
1 cup (250ml) milk
2 Tablespoons (40ml) freshly chopped basil
1 cup shredded cheddar
5 cups (1.25 Litres) French stick cut into ½ inch
(1.25cm) cubes
METHOD
Roasting Red and Yellow Capsicums
1. Slice red and yellow capsicums in 4
pieces each. Remove seeds and stem.
Flatten each piece and place skin side up
onto Breville enamel baking pan.
2. Set wire rack at the top rack height
position. Turn FUNCTION dial to
GRILL. Set TEMPERATURE to HI and
set TIME to 12 minutes. Press START/
CANCEL button to activate. Grill
capsicums until the skin is blackened.
3. Remove capsicums from oven. As it
cools, skin will loosen from its flesh.
When cool enough to handle, peel away
the skin. Chop capsicums in small dices.
Roasting the Asparagus and Onion
1. Using Breville enamel baking pan,
toss onion and asparagus with olive
oil and season with salt. Position wire
rack at bottom rack height position.
Set FUNCTION dial to ROAST. Set
TEMPERATURE to 205˚C (400˚F) and
TIME to 5 minutes. Roast until softened.
2. In a medium bowl, beat eggs, milk and
basil. Stir in shredded cheese. Add cubed
bread, onion, asparagus and roasted
capsicums.
3. Turn out into a buttered 11" x 7" x 2"
(28cm x 19cm x 6 cm) baking dish. Set
aside for 20 minutes to allow bread to
soak up the liquid.
4. Position wire rack to bottom rack height
position. Turn FUNCTION dial to
BAKE. Set the TEMPERATURE to 175˚C
(350˚F) and the TIME to 40 minutes.
Press START/CANCEL button to
activate. Bake until set and golden brown.
NOTE
A strata is a savory bread pudding
that can be enjoyed for breakfast
or brunch.
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RECIPES
CODDLED EGGS WITH SAUTEED
MUSHROOMS AND SPINACH
MUSHROOM QUESADILLA
Function: BAKE
Temperature: 160˚C (325˚F)
Cooking Time: 18-20 minutes
Yield: 4 servings
Function: TOAST
Darkness: 5
Number of slices: 3
Cooking Time: 20 minutes
Yield: 4 Servings
INGREDIENTS
INGREDIENTS
2 Tablespoons unsalted butter
1 Shallot, finely diced
1 cup finely sliced mushrooms (crimini, button,
or Portobello)
1 cup loosely packed baby spinach
¼ cup (65ml) heavy cream
4 x 60g eggs
30g gorgonzola cheese
pinch grated nutmeg
salt and pepper to taste
2 Tablespoons chopped chives
4 x ½ cup capacity (4 x 125ml) ramekins
2 Tablespoons butter
1 Tablespoon (20ml) olive oil
225g cremini mushrooms, sliced
225g white button mushrooms, sliced
2 medium sized Portobello mushrooms, stems
removed, gills scraped 1 small garlic clove minced
4 sprigs fresh thyme
Salt and pepper to taste
1 cup shredded Monterey Jack Cheese 4 small flour or whole wheat tortillas
METHOD
1. In a medium sauté pan, melt the butter.
Add shallots and sauté one minute.
Add mushrooms and cook until water
evaporates. Add spinach and cook until
wilted. Season with salt and pepper.
Set aside.
2. In a small sauce pan heat cream and
gorgonzola cheese and nutmeg, stirring
until cheese melts. Pour 1 Tablespoon
into each ramekin. Divide mushroom
and spinach mixture amongst ramekins
and make a well using back of a spoon.
Crack one egg into each ramekin. Cover
with remaining gorgonzola cream.
3. Set wire rack to bottom rack height
position. Turn FUNCTION to BAKE. Set
TEMPERATURE to 160˚C (325˚F) and
set TIME to 25 minutes. Press START/
CANCEL button to activate.
4. Coddled eggs are done when egg whites
are set and egg yolks are still soft. Or
cook them to your own taste.
Serve with a toasted slice of bread
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METHOD
1. Heat a medium sized skillet over medium
heat. Add butter and olive oil then add
mushrooms. Sauté for 10 minutes or
until mushrooms have browned slightly.
Add garlic and cook for another minute.
Season with salt, pepper, and fresh thyme.
Set aside to cool.
2. Spread ¼ of mushroom mixture on
half of one tortilla. Sprinkle with ¼ cup
shredded cheese over the mushrooms.
Fold tortilla over. Repeat with remaining
tortillas.
3. Place two folded tortillas on an 11 inch
(28cm) round pan.
4. Set wire rack in centre rack height
position. Turn FUNCTION dial to
TOAST. Set DARKNESS to #5 and
SLICES to #3. Press START/CANCEL
button to activate.
5. Remove from oven when tortillas crisp
slightly and cheese has melted. Repeat
with remaining two tortillas.
6. Slice into thirds and serve with
your favourite salsa, sour cream
and guacamole.
RECIPES
TOASTED CHICKEN SANDWICH
WITH BALSAMIC CARAMELIZED
ONIONS AND CAMEMBERT
Function: ROAST, TOAST
Temperature/Slices 190˚C (375˚F)
darkness #4, 2 slices
Cooking Time: 30 minutes
Yield: 4 generous servings
INGREDIENTS
Ingredients for Sandwich
1 fresh French baguette
2 Tablespoons unsalted butter, softened
¼ cup (65ml) fig jam
2 roasted chicken breasts (see recipe below)
3 cups (750ml) loosely packed baby
arugula leaves
170g Camembert cheese, sliced
Balsamic caramelized onions (see recipe below)
Ingredients for Balsamic
Caramelized Onions
2 Tablespoons olive oil
1 medium onion, sliced
2 Tablespoons water
3 Tablespoons balsamic vinegar
½ teaspoon granulated sugar
Ingredients for Roasted Chicken Breasts
2 boneless, skinless chicken breasts
2 Tablespoons olive oil
Salt and pepper to taste
METHOD
Making Balsamic Caramelized Onions
1. In a small sauté pan, heat olive oil and
sauté onions for 1 minute. Add water,
balsamic vinegar, salt and sugar, cover
and continue to cook on low heat about
20 minutes, stirring occasionally.
2. Uncover and cook to evaporate any
remaining liquid. Set aside until ready
to use.
Roasting Chicken Breasts
1. Brush chicken breasts with olive oil
and season with salt and pepper. Place
chicken breasts onto Breville enamel
grill tray with baking pan underneath.
2. Set wire rack at bottom rack height
position. Turn FUNCTION dial to
ROAST. Set TEMPERATURE to 190˚C
(375˚F) and TIME to 20 minutes. Press
START/CANCEL button to activate.
3. Roast chicken breasts for approximately
20 minutes, or until juices run clear and
there are no traces of pink.
4. Allow chicken breasts to rest 10 minutes
before slicing.
Assembling the Sandwich
1. Slice through French baguette
lengthwise then cut baguette in half.
Spread softened butter on top parts,
and fig jam on bottom parts of the
sliced baguette.
2. Slice chicken breasts on the diagonal
in ¼ inch slices. Arrange chicken on fig
side of the bread. Layer the onions on
the chicken, and then top with sliced
Camembert cheese.
Place one bottom half and one top
half onto Breville enamel baking pan.
Set wire rack in centre rack height
position. Turn FUNCTION dial to
TOAST. Set DARKNESS to #4 and
SLICES to #2. Press START/CANCEL
button to activate. Repeat with
remaining two halves.
3. Remove sandwich from oven and top
cheese side with arugula. Top with
buttered baguette. Cut each sandwich
in half.
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RECIPES
TWICE BAKED POTATOES
Function: BAKE
Temperature: 230˚C (405˚F), 205˚C
(400˚F), 190˚C (375˚F)
Cooking Time: 1 hour 30 minutes
Yield: 4 servings
INGREDIENTS
4 baking potatoes
1 Tablespoon butter
3 Tablespoons sour cream
2 Tablespoons buttermilk or milk
¼ teaspoon salt
2 Tablespoons snipped chives
1 cup shredded cheddar cheese
5 rashers of bacon
METHOD
Bake potatoes
1. Set wire rack to bottom rack height
position. Place potatoes on wire rack.
Turn FUNCTION dial to BAKE. Set
TEMPERATURE to 230˚C ( 450˚F) and
TIME to 1 hour. Press START/CANCEL
button to activate. Bake until a sharp
knife inserted in centre comes out easily.
Crisping bacon
1. In a single layer, line bacon rashers on
bottom of Breville enamel baking pan.
Keep FUNCTION dial on BAKE. Set
TEMPERATURE to 205˚C (400˚F)
and TIME for 8 minutes. Press START/
CANCEL button to activate. Cook bacon
until crispy. Crumble and set aside.
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Assembling the Twice Baked Potatoes
1. Slice ¼ inch off top of one potato.
Using a teaspoon, scoop out flesh into
a medium sized bowl. Repeat with
remaining potatoes. Save skins as you
will be re-filling them.
2. Add butter to potato flesh, sour
cream, buttermilk, salt, chive and all
but 1 Tablespoon crumbled bacon.
Fold in shredded cheese, reserving 2
Tablespoons. Scoop filling into each
“boat.” Top with remaining bacon and
shredded cheese.
3. Place potatoes onto Breville enamel
baking pan. Position wire rack to
bottom rack height position. Turn
FUNCTION dial to BAKE. Set
TEMPERATURE to 190˚C (375˚F) and
TIMER to 25 minutes. Press START/
CANCEL button to activate. Bake until
potatoes are heated through and cheese
has melted.
RECIPES
GRATIN DAUPHINOISE
(SCALLOPED POTATOES)
ROASTED CORN ON THE COB
Function: BAKE
Temperature: 175˚C (350˚F)
Cooking Time: Approximately 1 hour
Yield: 6- 8 servings
Function: ROAST
Temperature: 220˚C (425˚F)
Cooking Time: Approximately
15-18 minutes
Yield: 5 Roasted Corn on the Cob
INGREDIENTS
INGREDIENTS
¼ kg (250g) Yukon gold potatoes
salt and pepper
1 Tablespoon butter, small dice
½ cup (125ml) chicken stock
1½ cups (375ml) cream
½ cup shredded Fontina cheese
2½ Tablespoons softened butter
5 corn on the cob
5 Tablespoons freshly grated Parmesan Cheese
Salt and pepper to taste
5 pieces of foil 10” squares (25cm)
METHOD
1. Butter bottom of an 11" x 7" x 2" (28cm x
19cm x 6cm) baking dish.
2. Peel and thinly slice potatoes. Layer
one-third of potato slices, slightly
overlapping each other. Sprinkle
potatoes with salt and pepper and dot
with one third of diced butter. Repeat
layering two more times.
3. Combine chicken stock and cream and
pour over potatoes. Cover with foil.
4. Set wire rack to bottom rack height
position. Turn FUNCTION dial to
BAKE, Set Temperature to 175˚C
(350˚F) and TIME to 1 hour. Press
START/CANCEL button to activate.
5. Remove foil and top gratin with cheese.
Leave gratin on baking dish and
turn FUNCTION dial to GRILL. Set
TEMPERATURE to HI and set TIME
to 7 minutes (approximately). Press
START/CANCEL button to activate.
Bake until the cheese is melted and
golden and potatoes have cooked
through and are soft.
METHOD
1. Brush ½ Tablespoon of softened butter
on one of the cobs. Place corn onto one
of sheets of foil. Evenly sprinkle with 1
tablespoon Parmesan Cheese all around
the corn. Lightly season with salt and
pepper and enclose in a foil packet
tightly. Repeat with remaining corns.
Place all cobs onto Breville enamel
baking tray.
2. Set wire rack to bottom rack height
position. Turn FUNCTION dial to
ROAST. Set TEMPERATURE to 220˚C
(425˚F) and TIME to 15 minutes
(approximately). Press START/CANCEL
button to activate. Roast corn on the cob
until tender and crisp.
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RECIPES
RIBS WITH ASIAN
BARBECUE SAUCE
Function: BAKE
Temperature: 175˚C (350˚F)
Cooking Time: 1 hour
Yield: 1 rack of ribs
INGREDIENTS
⁄3 cup (85ml) plum sauce
½ cup (125ml) hoisin sauce
¼ cup (65ml) low sodium soy sauce
¼ cup (65ml) oyster sauce
¼ cup (65ml) honey
2 Tablespoons minced ginger
2 cloves of garlic, minced
2 Tablespoons sesame oil
2 Tablespoons cider vinegar
1 Tablespoon orange rind
1 teaspoon (5ml) hot pepper sauce (optional)
1 rack of pork back ribs
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METHOD
Prepare the marinade
1. In a medium sized bowl, combine plum
sauce, hoisin sauce, soy sauce, oyster
sauce, honey, ginger, garlic, sesame oil,
cider vinegar, orange rind, hot pepper
sauce (optional). Refrigerate until ready
to use.
2. Bring a large pot of water to a boil.
Prepare ribs by trimming visible fat.
Remove white membrane from the
underside of the rack by pulling it from
one side and tearing it off. Removing
membrane allows the marinade to
penetrate through the meat.
3. Once water begins to boil, gently place
ribs into boiling water. Turn heat to
medium/low and boil ribs for 25-30
minutes. This process will draw out
the fat.
4. Remove ribs from water using a set
of tongs, and rinse under cool
running water. Cut ribs into single
or double-bones.
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5. Reserve ½ cup of the marinade for
basting. Place ribs into remaining
marinade and toss to coat. Refrigerate
and marinate from 4 to 24 hours.
6. Remove ribs from bowl and discard
marinade. Place ribs on Breville enamel
grill tray with the baking pan underneath.
7. Set wire rack to bottom rack height
position. Turn FUNCTION dial to
BAKE. Set TEMPERATURE to 175˚C
(350˚F) and TIME to 30 minutes. Press
START/CANCEL button to activate.
8. Ten minutes before ribs are done,
baste with remaining marinade and
continue to cook until ribs are tender
and well glazed.
RECIPES
WHOLE WHEAT TART WITH
ROASTED CHERRY TOMATO
HALVES, CARAMELIZED ONIONS
AND GOAT CHEESE
Function: ROAST, BAKE
Temperature: 175˚C (350˚F)
190˚C (375˚F)
Cooking Time: Approximately 1 hour
Yield: One 9-inch square tart
INGREDIENTS
Whole Wheat Pastry Crust
¾ cup all purpose flour
¾ cup whole wheat flour
½ teaspoon salt
¼ cup unsalted butter, cut into small pieces
3 Tablespoons vegetable shortening
3 Tablespoons ice water
Roasted Cherry Tomatoes
1 pint cherry tomatoes
2 Tablespoons (40ml) olive oil
¼ teaspoon salt
dash of pepper
Caramelized Onions
2 Tablespoons (40ml) olive oil
1 Tablespoon unsalted butter
1 large sweet onion
¼ cup (65ml) water
½ teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon granulated sugar
7g goat cheese
METHOD
Prepare pastry crust
1. In a Breville food processor, pulse
together the whole wheat flour, all
purpose flour and salt. Add butter and
shortening and pulse the mixture until
it resembles small crumbs. This process
can also be done with two knives or with
a pastry cutter.
2. Add ice water to bring crumbs together
and form a ball. Use more water if
necessary. Shape into a disk, wrap in
plastic wrap and chill for at least one hour.
Roasting the Cherry Tomatoes
1. Cut cherry tomatoes in half and scoop
out seeds and water. Toss in a bowl with
olive oil, salt and pepper.
2. Line an 11-inch (28cm) round baking
pan with baking paper and arrange the
cherry tomatoes in a single layer.
3. Set the rack at the bottom rack height
position. Turn the FUNCTION dial
to ROAST. Set the TEMPERATURE
to 175˚C (350˚F) and the TIME to 20
minutes. Press START/CANCEL button
to activate.
4. Set roasted cherry tomatoes aside to cool.
Caramelizing onions
1. In a small sauce pan on medium heat,
heat olive oil and butter. Sauté onions for
one minute. Add water, salt and sugar.
Cover and bring to a boil. Turn heat
down to low.
2. Continue to cook on low heat for about
15 to 20 minutes or until onions have
softened and have taken on a golden
colour. Stir often.
3. Set caramelized onions aside to cool.
Assembling the tart
1. On a well-floured surface, roll out chilled
pastry to a ¼ inch thickness. Transfer
rolled pastry to a 9-inch square tart pan.
Press dough onto the sides and cut off
the excess. For best results refrigerate for
half an hour.
2. Remove tart pan from the refrigerator,
and spread an even layer of caramelized
onions. Arrange roasted cherry tomato
halves over the onions. Dot with
crumbled goat cheese.
3. Set wire rack at the bottom rack height
position. Turn the FUNCTION dial
to BAKE. Set the TEMPERATURE to
190˚C (375˚F) and the TIME to 35
minutes. Press START/CANCEL button
to activate. Bake tart until the crust
becomes golden and cooked through.
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RECIPES
MAPLE SALMON
STUFFED TURKEY BREAST
Function: BAKE
Temperature: 205˚C (400˚F)
Cooking Time: Approximately
15 to 20 minutes
Yield: 4 servings
Function: ROAST
Temperature: 190˚C (375˚F)
Cooking Time: 45 minutes to 1 hour
(approximately)
Yield: 6 Servings
INGREDIENTS
INGREDIENTS
3 Tablespoons (60ml) pure maple syrup
2 teaspoons (10ml) Dijon mustard
1 Tablespoon (20ml) lemon juice
1 Tablespoon (20ml) light soy sauce
900g fresh salmon fillet (skinned and boned)
¼ leek stalk, washed, thinly sliced
1 teaspoon unsalted butter, diced small
Salt and pepper, to taste
1kg (approximately) turkey breast, boneless and skinless
1 Tablespoon olive oil
Salt and pepper
¼ cup unsalted butter
2 Tablespoons flour
1
⁄3 cup (85ml) dry white wine
1¾ cups (440ml) chicken broth
METHOD
Salt and pepper to taste
1. In a small bowl combine maple syrup,
mustard, lemon juice, and soy sauce.
2. Place fresh salmon fillet on Breville
enamel baking pan, lined with foil. Roll
foil around the salmon and spoon glaze
on top of salmon. Sprinkle with sliced
leek and dot with butter. Season with salt
and pepper.
3. Set the wire rack at the bottom rack
height position. Turn the FUNCTION
dial to BAKE. Set the TEMPERATURE to
205ºC (400ºF) and set the TIME to 13
minutes (approximately). Press START/
CANCEL button to activate.
4. The fish is done when it is opaque and
flakes easily with a fork.
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Filling
1 cup (250ml) hot water
110g dried porcini
170g thinly sliced pancetta
2 Tablespoons olive oil
170g crimini mushrooms, sliced
2 shallots, finely diced
½ tablespoon finely chopped fresh rosemary
½ tablespoon finely chopped fresh sage
¼ cup chopped fresh parsley
1½ cups fresh crust-less breadcrumbs (not dry)
METHOD
Prepare Stuffing
1. Soak porcini mushrooms in hot water for
30 minutes to soften. Squeeze porcini
mushrooms, chop and set aside. Strain
liquid through a paper filter (a coffee
filter). Set aside.
2. Heat 1 Tablespoon olive oil in a medium
sized skillet or frypan. Fry pancetta until
crispy (approximately 2 minutes). Drain
on absorbent paper. Chop finely when
cooled and set aside.
3. In same skillet or frypan add 1 Tablespoon
olive oil and sauté crimini mushrooms and
shallots until lightly browned and liquid
has evaporated. Add fresh herbs. Set aside.
4. In a medium sized bowl, combine
porcini, pancetta, crimini mixture and
breadcrumbs. Set aside.
RECIPES
Prepare the Turkey
1. Butterfly turkey breast and cover with
plastic wrap. Pound turkey breast until
about ½ inch (1.25cm) thick. Remove
plastic wrap and lightly season with
salt and pepper. Spread stuffing filling
leaving a 1 inch border (2.50cm). Starting
at the long end, roll up the turkey breast.
Tie roll with butcher’s twine every 1 inch
(2.50cm) to secure the roll.
2. Place turkey breast roast onto
Breville grill rack with the baking tray
underneath. Rub the exterior of the roast
with 1 Tablespoon olive oil. Season the
roast lightly with salt and pepper.
3. Set wire rack at the bottom rack height
position. Turn the FUNCTION dial
to ROAST. Set the TEMPERATURE
to 190˚C (375˚F) and the TIME to 45
minutes (approximately). Press START/
CANCEL button to activate.
4. Roast turkey until a thermometer
inserted into the thickest part of the
roast registers 68˚C (155˚F).
5. Remove turkey breast roast from the
oven and tent with foil. Please see NOTE
on page 69.
Make the Sauce
1. In a saucepan, melt butter and add flour.
Cook for 1 minute.
2. Combine white wine, chicken stock
and reserved porcini liquid and pour
contents into the saucepan whisking
constantly to avoid lumps. If lumps
occur strain the sauce using a fine mesh
sieve. Cook for 5 minutes uncovered on
medium to low heat or until thickened
and reduced by one third.
3. Season sauce with salt and pepper,
if necessary.
Carving the roast
1. Cut and remove the strings. Slice roast
into ½ inch thick rounds and arrange on
a platter. Pour sauce over the sliced roast.
APRICOT-BALSAMIC GLAZED
ROASTED CHICKEN LEGS
Function: ROAST
Temperature: 220˚C (425˚F);
190˚C (375˚F)
Cooking Time: 10 minutes;
25 minutes (approximately)
Yield: 4 chicken legs
INGREDIENTS
4 chicken legs
2 Tablespoons unsalted butter
1 garlic clove crushed
11 Tablespoon chopped rosemary
1 teaspoon chopped thyme
1
⁄3 cup (85ml) apricot preserves
2 Tablespoons (40ml) balsamic vinegar
Salt and pepper to taste
METHOD
1. Place chicken legs on the Breville grill
tray with the baking pan underneath.
Season lightly with salt and pepper.
2. Set the wire rack at the bottom rack
height position. Turn the FUNCTION
dial to ROAST. Set the TEMPERATURE
to 220˚C (425˚F) and the TIME for 10
minutes. Press the START/CANCEL
button to activate.
3. Roast chicken for the allocated time.
Then, turn the TEMPERATURE down to
190˚C (375˚F) and continue to roast for
approximately 25 minutes or until the
juices run clear and there is no longer
traces of pink inside.
4. Meanwhile, melt butter in a saucepan
on medium to low heat. Add garlic and
herbs and stir to extract the aromas.
Add the apricot preserves and balsamic
vinegar. Bring to a low simmer and cook
for approximately 5 minutes.
5. Baste chicken legs during last 10
minutes of roasting with the apricotbalsamic glaze.
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RECIPES
LAMB GYROS
Function: ROAST
Temperature: 190˚C (375˚F)
Cooking Time: Approximately 1 hour
to 1 hour and 15 minutes (depending on
desired doneness)
Yield: 8 Servings
INGREDIENTS
1.2 to 1.5 kg boneless leg of lamb
Salt and pepper, to taste
Butcher’s twine
8 Greek style pitas or Naan bread
For the Marinade
¼ cup fresh oregano, chopped
2 Tablespoons fresh mint, chopped
1 teaspoon lemon zest
¼ cup (65ml) lemon juice
1½ Tablespoons minced garlic
¼ cup (65ml) olive oil
¼ teaspoon black pepper
Tzatziki Sauce
3 cups (750ml) plain yogurt
½ English cucumber
½ teaspoon salt
2 Tablespoons fresh lemon juice
2 teaspoons chopped fresh mint
1 clove garlic, minced
¼ teaspoon pepper
1 small shallot, minced
Salt and pepper, to taste
Garnishes
1 red onion, finely sliced
3 ripe tomatoes, diced
1 iceberg lettuce, shredded
1 cup (250ml) crumbled Feta cheese
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METHOD
Make the Marinade
1. In a small bowl, whisk together the
ingredients for the marinade. Set aside.
2. Cut the leg of lamb open and trim off
excess fat and silver skin. Rub marinade
all over the meat and place in a glass
dish covered with plastic wrap and allow
to marinade in the refrigerator for 4 to
24 hours.
Tzatziki Sauce
1. Place yogurt into a fine mesh sieve set
over a bowl to catch the liquid. Cover
with plastic wrap. Keep refrigerated.
Strain for 3 to 8 hours. Discard liquid.
2. Shred cucumber and sprinkle salt over
it. Let sit for 20 minutes. Squeeze excess
water out of cucumber.
3. Combine strained yogurt, cucumber,
lemon juice, mint, garlic, and shallot in
a small bowl. Set aside. Season to taste
with salt and pepper.
RECIPES
Roasting the Leg of Lamb
1. Place leg of lamb on a working surface
and pat it dry. Roll it jelly roll style
from the longest end and secure the
lamb with butcher’s twine to ensure
even thickness. You now have a well
marinated lamb roast.
2. Season lamb roast with salt and pepper.
Place lamb roast onto Breville grill rack
with the baking tray underneath.
3. Set the wire rack at the bottom rack
height position. Turn the FUNCTION
dial to ROAST. Set the TEMPERATURE
to 190˚C (375˚F) and the TIME to 1
hour and 15 minutes. You will check the
internal temperature of the roast every 20
minutes by inserting a meat thermometer
into the thickest part of the meat (the
time depends on the thickness of the
roast. See Temperature Range on next
page for more information on doneness).
4. Press START/CANCEL button
to activate.
5. After roast has cooked to the desired
internal temperature, remove roast from
oven and tent it with foil (see NOTE).
Allow roast to rest 20 minutes before
carving into it.
Building the Gyros
1. Warm the pitas or naan in the toaster
oven by enclosing them in foil. Set the
wire rack at the bottom rack height
position. Turn the FUNCTION dial to
REHEAT and set the TIME to 5 minutes.
2. Carve rested lamb into thin slices and
pile on a serving platter.
3. Arrange sliced onion, chopped tomato,
shredded lettuce and cheese on another
serving platter.
4. Assemble Gyros by spreading tzatziki
sauce on warmed pita, then lay a few
slices of lamb roast in the centre, top
with tomato, shredded lettuce, sliced
onion and crumbled Feta cheese. Roll
the pita.
NOTE
To reach the desired doneness
of a roast, it is best to remove
the roast from the toaster oven
when the internal temperature
is 6˚C (10˚F) below the desired
temperature reading. The roast will
continue cooking. The term is called
“carry-over cooking.” The internal
temperature will continue to rise and
cook the interior part of the meat. It is
also extremely important to allow the
roast to rest at least 20 minutes before
carving into it. This allows the roast to
relax and hold in its juices.
MEAT TEMPERATURE RANGE (GUIDE ONLY)
TERM
DESCRIPTION
TEMPERATURE CHANGE
Rare 55˚C
Cold red centre
52˚C to 55˚C
125˚F to 130˚F
Medium Rare 60˚C
Warm red centre
55˚C to 60˚C
130˚F to 140˚F
Medium
Pink
60˚C to 65˚C
140˚F to 150˚F
Medium Well to 70˚C
Small amount of pink in the centre
65˚C to 70˚C
150˚F to 155˚F
Well Done
Gray-brown throughout
70˚C and higher
160˚F and higher
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RECIPES
PIZZA DOUGH
PIZZA SUGGESTIONS
Yield: Two 11-inch pizzas
There are no right or wrong pizza
combinations. The best ingredients
could be the leftovers found in your very
own refrigerator. Here are some of our
suggestions to wet your palate.
INGREDIENTS
1 teaspoon granulated sugar
¾ cup (190ml) + 2 Tablespoons (40ml) warm water
1 ¾ teaspoons dry yeast
2 cups all purpose flour
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon olive oil
METHOD
Make the Dough
1. In a small bowl, dissolve sugar in water.
Sprinkle yeast on top of water and let
stand for 3 minutes.
2. In a medium bowl, mix together flour
and salt. Pour water/yeast mixture into
flour and mix to form a ball.
3. Transfer dough onto a floured
working surface and knead dough for
approximately 7 to 10 minutes or until it
is smooth and elastic.
4. Grease bottom and sides of a clean
medium size bowl with olive oil. Place
dough in bowl and cover loosely with
plastic wrap. Allow the dough to rise
40 minutes.
Bake the Pizza
1. Set wire rack in the middle rack
height position.
2. Turn the FUNCTION dial to PIZZA and
deselect the FROZEN setting.
3. Bake the pizza for the default
TEMPERATURE and TIME. Press the
START/CANCEL button to activate.
TIP
For a crispier crust, add an extra
minute to the timer.
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Margherita
Prepare dough as described on page 70.
Cut the dough in half and stretch to fit an
11-inch pizza pan. Spread ½ cup tomato
sauce, ¾ cup torn bocconcini cheese,
fresh basil and fresh oregano for garnish.
Drizzle with olive oil. Set the wire rack at
the middle rack height position. Turn the
FUNCTION dial to PIZZA and deselect
the FROZEN setting. Bake for the default
TEMPERATURE and TIME. Cook until
pizza toppings have melted and base is
cooked and crispy.
Moda
Prepare dough as described on page 70. Cut
dough in half and stretch to fit an 11-inch
pizza pan. Spread ½ cup tomato sauce,
decorate with torn fresh basil, sprinkle ½
cup shredded mozzarella cheese, 1⁄3 cup
crumbled goat cheese, 1⁄3 cup caramelized
onions (see page 65), ¼ cup dry black
olives, 10 cherry tomato halves (seeded and
water removed) or roasted peppers (see
page 58), Set wire rack at the middle rack
height position. Turn the FUNCTION dial
to PIZZA and deselect the FROZEN setting.
Bake for default TEMPERATURE and TIME.
Cook until pizza toppings have melted and
base is cooked and crispy.
RECIPES
Parma-Zola
Prepare dough as described on (see page
70). Cut dough in half and stretch to fit
an 11-inch pizza pan. Drizzle olive oil on
rolled out dough. Spread artichoke puree
and top with four thin slices of Prosciutto
di Parma, thinly sliced sundried tomatoes
and dot with Gorgonzola cheese and lightly
toasted walnuts. Set the wire rack at the
middle rack height position. Turn the
FUNCTION dial to PIZZA and deselect
the FROZEN setting. Bake for the default
TEMPERATURE and TIME. Cook until
pizza toppings have melted and base is
cooked and crispy.
Al Salmone
Prepare dough as described on page 70. Cut
dough in half and stretch to fit an 11-inch
pizza pan. Brush dough with olive oil. Set the
wire rack at the middle rack height position.
Turn the FUNCTION dial to PIZZA and
deselect the FROZEN setting. Bake for the
default TEMPERATURE and TIME. Cook
until pizza toppings have melted and base
is cooked and crispy.
Troppo Picante
Prepare dough as described on page 70.
Cut dough in half and stretch to fit an 11inch pizza pan. Spread ¾ cup tomato sauce,
5 slices hot soppresatta salami, sliced
green olives, hot peppers, and smoked
mozzarella cheese. Set the wire rack at
the middle rack height position. Turn the
FUNCTION dial to PIZZA and deselect
the FROZEN setting. Bake for the default
TEMPERATURE and TIME. Cook until
pizza toppings have melted and base is
cooked and crispy.
Remove pizza from oven and blanket it
with slices of smoked salmon and decorate
with onion mixture. Garnish with fresh dill.
Tre-Funghi
Prepare dough as described on page 70.
Cut dough in half and stretch to fit an 11inch pizza pan. Spread ¾ cup tomato sauce,
sautéed button, oyster and Portobello
mushrooms in butter and garlic, freshly
chopped rosemary and thyme. Season with
salt and pepper and allow to cool before
spreading on pizza. Set the wire rack at
the middle rack height position. Turn the
FUNCTION dial to PIZZA and deselect
the FROZEN setting. Bake for the default
TEMPERATURE and TIME. Cook until
pizza toppings have melted and base is
cooked and crispy.
In a small bowl, combine a thinly sliced red
onion, 1 Tablespoon capers, 2 Tablespoons
olive oil, and ½ tablespoon white balsamic
vinegar. Season with salt and pepper. Toss
to coat.
DESSERT PIZZAS
Banana Chocolate
Prepare dough as described on page
70. Cut dough in half and stretch to
fit an 11-inch pizza pan. Brush melted
butter on pizza dough and sprinkle with
1 Tablespoon sugar and ¼ teaspoon
cinnamon. Set wire rack at the middle rack
height position. Bake dough by turning the
FUNCTION dial to PIZZA and deselect
the FROZEN setting. Bake for default
TEMPERATURE and TIME. Cook until
pizza toppings have melted and base is
cooked and crispy. Remove cooked crust
from the oven and top with sliced bananas,
drizzle with melted chocolate. If desired,
serve with vanilla ice cream.
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RECIPES
Caramelized Pear with Walnuts
Prepare dough as described on page 70. Cut
dough in half and stretch to fit an 11-inch
pizza pan. Brush melted butter on pizza
dough and sprinkle with 1 Tablespoon sugar.
Set wire rack at the middle rack height
position. Bake dough by turning FUNCTION
dial to PIZZA and deselect FROZEN setting.
Bake for default TEMPERATURE and TIME.
Cook until pizza toppings have melted
and base is cooked and crispy. Remove
the cooked crust from the oven and spread
½ cup mascarpone cheese sweetened with
1 Tablespoon honey. Top with caramelized
pears (sautéed slices of pear in butter and 1
Tablespoon of sugar). Sprinkle with toasted
walnuts.
BUFFALO STYLE CHICKEN WINGS
(CRISPY WINGS TOSSED IN
HOT SAUCE)
Function: ROAST
Temperature: 230˚C (450˚F)
Cooking Time: 40 minutes
(20 minutes + 20 minutes)
Yield: 1 dozen
INGREDIENTS
6 chicken drumettes
6 chicken wings (tips removed)
Spicy Sauce
3 Tablespoons (60ml) vinegar based hot sauce or
Thai garlic chili sauce
2 Tablespoons melted butter
1 Tablespoons ketchup
NOTE
METHOD
We recommend using the middle
rack height position during the
PIZZA function. However this is a
guide only. The position of the rack
may vary depending on the type and
size of the pizza. Some fresh pizza's
may be more suited to the bottom
rack height position.
We recommend experimenting with
the rack height position, as well as
the temperature and time settings to
produce the desired results.
1. Arrange wings and drumettes in a single
layer onto Breville grill rack with the
baking pan underneath.
2. Set wire rack at the bottom rack height
position. Turn the FUNCTION dial to
ROAST. Set the TEMPERATURE to
230˚C (450˚F) and the TIME for
20 minutes.
3. Roast chicken wings and drumettes for
20 minutes or until crispy. Turn the
wings and drumettes once using a set
of tongs. Reset the timer for another 20
minutes and crisp the other side of the
wings and drumettes (ensure wings and
drumettes are no longer pink inside).
4. In a medium sized bowl mix together
spicy sauce. Add cooked crispy wings
and drumettes and quickly toss to coat.
5. For a variation, toss wings and drumettes
with your favourite barbecue sauce
instead of spicy sauce. Serve immediately.
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RECIPES
ORANGE CRANBERRY SCONES
Function: BAKE
Temperature: 205˚C (400˚F)
Cooking Time: Approximately
25 minutes
Yield: 6
TIP
Use dried currants or dry blueberries
in place of the cranberries, and add
lemon zest in place of orange zest.
INGREDIENTS
NOTE
1¼ cups all purpose flour
¼ cup whole wheat flour
¼ teaspoon baking soda
1 teaspoon baking powder
3 Tablespoons granulated sugar
¼ teaspoon salt
¼ cup cold butter (cut in small pieces)
¼ cup shortening
¼ cup dried cranberries
1 Tablespoon orange zest
½ cup to ¾ cup (125ml to 185ml) buttermilk
2 Tablespoons (40ml) cream or egg wash
(1 beaten egg and 1 Tablespoon water)
2 Tablespoons granulated or turbinado sugar (for garnish)
Turbinado sugar is similar in
appearance to brown sugar but paler,
with larger crystals, and in general the
two can be exchanged freely in recipes.
METHOD
1. In a medium-sized bowl, combine dry
ingredients, except for cranberries.
Using a Breville food processor,
cut butter and shortening into dry
ingredients until they resemble coarse
crumbs. Add orange zest and dried
cranberries. Add buttermilk and gently
stir ingredients until combined.
2. Evenly space out 6 portions dough onto
a baking tray.
3. Brush mounds with cream or egg
wash. Sprinkle tops with granulated or
turbinado sugar.
4. Set wire rack in the bottom rack height
position. Turn the FUNCTION dial
to BAKE. Set the TEMPERATURE to
205˚C (400˚F) and set the TIME to 25
minutes. Press the START/CANCEL
button to activate.
5. Remove from the oven and allow the
scones to cool on a wire rack.
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RECIPES
APPLE GALETTE WITH
STREUSEL CRUMBLE
Function: BAKE
Temperature: 205˚C (400˚F) for 20
minutes; then 175˚C (350˚F) for 40
minutes (total baking time: 1 hour)
Yield: One 9-inch Galette
A galette is simple to make. Just roll out
dough, place filling in centre, and fold in
edges. It’s as simple as that!
INGREDIENTS
Ingredients for pastry
1¼ cup all-purpose flour
2 Tablespoons granulated sugar
½ cup unsalted butter, cut in 1-inch (2.5-cm) pieces
110g cream cheese, cut in 1-inch (2.5cm) pieces
1 teaspoon grated lemon rind
2 Tablespoons (40ml) lemon juice
Ingredients for filling
1.1 kg baking apples (approximately 6 apples)
½ cup brown sugar
½ teaspoon cinnamon
3 Tablespoons cornstarch
pinch salt
Streusel Topping (optional)
¼ cup flour
2 Tablespoons granulated sugar
¼ teaspoon cinnamon
pinch of salt
2 Tablespoons butter
To make pastry
1. Place flour, sugar, butter, cream cheese
and lemon zest in a Breville food
processor and pulse until mixture
resembles coarse crumbs. This process
can also be done using a pastry cutter.
2. Add lemon juice to bring crumbs
together and form a ball. Use cold water
if you require more liquid to bring
dough to a ball.
3. Shape into a disk, wrap in plastic wrap
and chill for at least one hour.
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Streusel Crumble (optional)
1. In a small bowl, mix together flour,
sugar, cinnamon, and salt. Cut in butter
by hand or use a pastry cutter. Ensure
this mixture is crumbly. Cover with
plastic wrap and keep refrigerated until
ready to use.
Prepare Apples
1. Peel and core apples. Slice them in half
and then into ¼ inch slices. Toss them in
a bowl with sugar, cinnamon, corn starch
and salt.
Assemble Galette
1. Dust a working surface and rolling pin
with flour. If necessary, allow dough to
sit at room temperature for 10 minutes
until it is soft enough to roll.
2. Roll dough into a 16-inch (40cm) circle.
Slip an 11-inch (28cm) round baking pan
underneath dough; centred.
3. Arrange apple mixture onto centre of
rolled pastry (with the pan underneath).
Carefully lift and fold over edges
towards centre, allowing it to pleat. The
dough is not intended to reach centre;
therefore, exposing apples in the middle.
4. Sprinkle exposed apples with reserved
streusel topping (optional).
5. Brush edges of pastry with cream or
milk and sprinkle with 1 Tablespoon
granulated sugar.
6. Set the wire rack at the bottom rack
height position. Turn the FUNCTION
dial to BAKE. Set the temperature to
205˚C (400˚F) and the TIME to 20
minutes. Press START/CANCEL button
to activate.
7. Bake Apple Galette until time has
elapsed. Turn heat down to 175˚C
(350˚F) and bake for an additional 40
minutes or until the crust is golden.
8. Allow to cool before serving.
Serve wedges of Apple Galette with a scoop
of French Vanilla Ice Cream.
RECIPES
DOUBLE CHOCOLATE
CHIP COOKIES
Function: COOKIE
Temperature: 175˚C (350˚F)
Cooking Time: 11 minutes
Yield: 36 cookies
INGREDIENTS
⁄3 cup granulated sugar
¾ cup brown sugar
¾ cup unsalted butter, softened
1 x 60g egg
1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
1 x 60g bittersweet chocolate, melted
1 ¾ cups all purpose flour
¾ teaspoon baking soda
2 teaspoons cornstarch
¾ teaspoon salt
1 cup (250ml) milk chocolate chips
1
NOTE
For crispier cookies, bake an
addition minute.
TIP
Using a medium-sized ice cream
scoop portion the cookie dough onto
a parchment paper lined cookie sheet
and freeze until firm. Once firm, place
the cookie dough balls in a re-sealable
plastic freezer bag. Freeze until ready
to use. When having those cookie
cravings, evenly space apart 6 of the
cookie dough balls onto a cookie sheet
and bake using the COOKIE function
and activate the FROZEN button. Bake
for the default time.
METHOD
1. In a large bowl, cream together
granulated sugar, brown sugar and
unsalted butter. Beat in egg.
2. Add vanilla and melted chocolate and
mix until combined. In a medium bowl,
sift together the flour, baking soda,
cornstarch and salt.
3. Add combined dry ingredients and
chocolate chips to creamed butter
mixture. Using a wooden spoon or
rubber spatula, mix ingredients until
combined.
4. Drop by Tablespoons onto a baking pan,
spacing the cookies about 2 inches apart.
5. Set the wire rack in the centre rack height
position. Turn the FUNCTION dial to
COOKIE. Set the temperature to 175˚C
(350˚F) and the TIME to 11 minutes.
Press the START/CANCEL to activate.
6. Allow cookies to cool on the baking pan
for 1 minute then remove with a spatula
and transfer to a cooling rack.
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RECIPES
LEMON BARS WITH A
HAZELNUT CRUST
Function: BAKE
Temperature: 175˚C (350˚F)
Yield: 6 servings
INGREDIENTS
¼ cup hazelnuts
1 cup flour
2 Tablespoons icing sugar
¼ teaspoon salt
½ cup cold unsalted butter
2 x 60g eggs
¾ cup granulated sugar
¼ cup fresh lemon juice
1 Tablespoon lemon zest
2 Tablespoons all purpose flour
¼ teaspoon baking powder
6 Tablespoons seedless raspberry jam
2 Tablespoons icing sugar (dusting)
METHOD
Prepare Crust
1. Toast hazelnuts by placing them in
a single layer on the Breville enamel
baking pan. Set the wire rack at the
bottom rack height position. Turn the
FUNCTION dial to BAKE. Set the
TEMPERATURE to 175˚C (350˚F)
and the TIME to 5 minutes. Press the
START/CANCEL button to activate.
Toast the hazelnuts until golden. Allow
to cool.
2. Place flour, icing sugar, salt, butter and
toasted hazelnuts in a Breville food
processor and pulse until the hazelnuts
resemble breadcrumbs. Press the
mixture into an 11" x 7" x 2" (28cm x
19cm x 6cm) baking pan.
3. Keep FUNCTION dial on BAKE. Set
the TEMPERATURE to 175˚C (350˚F)
and the TIME to 15 minutes. Press the
START/CANCEL button to activate. Bake
the crust until set and takes on a light
golden colour. Set on wire rack to cool.
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Prepare Lemon Custard
1. In a small bowl, beat together eggs,
sugar, lemon juice and lemon zest. Then
add flour and baking powder.
2. Spread a thin layer of the raspberry jam
onto the cooled crust.
3. Gently pour lemon custard over
raspberry jam and crust.
4. Keep the FUNCTION dial on BAKE. Set
the TEMPERATURE to 175˚C (350˚F)
and the TIME to 25 minutes. Press the
START/CANCEL button to activate.
Bake until the custard is set, trying not
to over bake.
5. Allow to cool before cutting into
squares. Dust with icing sugar.
RECIPES
VANILLA CHEESECAKE
Function: BAKE
Temperature: 175˚C (350˚F) for crumb
crust; 160˚C (325˚F) for cheesecake
Cooking Time: 7 minutes for crumb
crust; 55 minutes for the cheesecake
Yield: One 9 inch round cheesecake
INGREDIENTS
1 ½ cups graham wafer crumbs
3 Tablespoons (60ml) melted butter
750g cream cheese, room temperature
¾ cup granulated sugar
3 x 60g eggs, separated
2 teaspoons (10ml) pure vanilla extract
1 cup (250ml) sour cream
Berry Topping
1 cup each (strawberries, blueberries,
raspberries), for garnish
¼ cup granulated sugar
1 Tablespoon lemon juice
METHOD
1. Grease bottom and sides of a 9 inch
round spring form pan with butter.
2. Combine biscuit crumbs and melted
butter and press on the bottom and a
third up the sides of the pan.
3. Set the wire rack at the bottom rack
height position. Turn the FUNCTION
dial to BAKE. Set the TEMPERATURE
to 175˚C (350˚F) and the TIME to 7
minutes. Press the START/CANCEL
button to activate.
4. Remove cheesecake from oven and allow
to cool completely. Set aside.
Cream Cheese Filling
1. Using a Breville food processor or stand
mixer, beat the cream cheese, and then
add sugar. Scrape sides of bowl and
blades or beaters and add egg yolks
one at a time. Scrape again to ensure
a smooth texture is achieved without
overbeating. Add vanilla and sour cream.
Mix to combine.
2. In a separate bowl, beat egg whites until
stiff peaks form. Gently fold in one third
egg whites into cream cheese to lighten
mixture. Add rest of egg whites, folding
gently taking care not to deflate the
bubbles. Turn the mixture into cooled
spring form pan.
3. Set the wire rack at the bottom rack
height position. Turn the FUNCTION
dial to BAKE. Set the TEMPERATURE
to 160˚C (325˚F) and the TIME to 55
minutes. Press the START/CANCEL
button to activate. Bake until the
cheesecake is set but still wobbly in
the centre.
4. Remove cheesecake from oven and allow
to completely cool on a wire rack before
refrigerating for a least 6 hours.
5. Slice the cheesecake using a knife
dipped in hot water, and top with 3
Tablespoons, or more of berry topping.
Berry Topping
Combine 1 cup of each: strawberries,
blueberries and raspberries, ¼ cup
granulated sugar and 1 Tablespoon lemon
juice in a medium bowl. Toss to coat and let
sit 10 minutes.
TIP
If graham wafer crumbs are not
available try using crushed whole
wheat biscuits.
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NOTES
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Model BOV650 Issue - A10