Sharp Carousel R-405D Specifications

GB
GB
ENGLISH
Enjoy using your combined microwave oven and trying out the delicious recipes.
Your Microwave-Team.
CONTENTS
Operation manual
DEAR CUSTOMER . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
OVEN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ACCESSORIES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
OPTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CONTROL PANEL . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
INSTALLATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
BEFORE OPERATION . . . . . . . . . . . .
SELECTING THE LANGUAGE . . . . . .
USING THE STOP BUTTON . . . . . . .
MICROWAVE POWER LEVELS. . . . . .
MICROWAVE COOKING . . . . . . . . .
GRILL COOKING. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
HEATING WITHOUT FOOD . . . . . . .
CONVECTION COOKING . . . . . . .
DUAL COOKING. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
OTHER CONVENIENT FUNCTIONS .
AUTOMATIC OPERATIONS. . . . . . . .
EXPRESS COOK CHART . . . . . . . . .
EXPRESS DEFROST CHART . . . . . . . .
EXPRESS DEFROST NOTES . . . . . . . .
AUTO REHEAT CHART . . . . . . . . . . .
AUTO COOK CHART. . . . . . . . . . . .
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. . . GB-1
. . . GB-2
. . . GB-3
. . . GB-3
. . . GB-4
. . GB-5-7
. . . GB-7
. . . GB-8
. . . GB-8
. . . GB-9
. . GB-10
. . GB-11
. . GB-12
. . GB-12
GB-13-14
GB-15-16
GB-17-19
GB-20-21
. . . GB-21
. . . GB-22
. . . GB-23
. . . GB-23
. . . GB-24
RECIPES FOR USING RK-T11-A
(SQUARE TIN/SHELF). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB-25-27
CARE AND CLEANING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB-28
SERVICE CALL CHECK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GB-29
Cookbook
WHAT ARE MICROWAVES? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
WHAT YOUR NEW COMBI-MICROWAVE OVEN
CAN DO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SUITABLE COOKWARE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
TIPS AND TECHNIQUES. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
HEATING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
THAWING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
THAWING AND COOKING. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
COOKING OF MEAT, FISH AND POULTRY . . . . . .
COOKING FRESH VEGETABLES . . . . . . . . . . . . .
LEGEND . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
TABLES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
RECIPES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SPECIFICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
INFORMATION ON PROPER DISPOSAL . . . . . . . .
. . . GB-30
. . . GB-30
GB-31-32
GB-32-34
. . . GB-35
. . . GB-35
. . . GB-36
. . . GB-36
. . . GB-36
. . . GB-37
GB-38-40
GB-41-67
. . . GB-68
. . . GB-68
SERVICE ADDRESSES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I-IV
GB-1
ESPAÑOL
Dear Customer,
Congratulations on acquiring your new microwave oven, which from now on will make your kitchen chores
considerably easier.
You will be pleasantly surprised by the kinds of things you can do with your combined microwave oven.
Not only can you use it for rapid defrosting or heating up of food, you can also prepare whole meals. The
combination of microwave, hot air convection and grill means that food can cook and brown at the same time,
and much faster, than by using the conventional method.
In our test kitchen our microwave team has gathered together a selection of the most delicious international
recipes which are quick and simple to prepare.
Be inspired by the recipes we have included and prepare your own favourite dishes in your microwave oven.
There are so many advantages to having a microwave oven which we are sure you will find exciting:
● Food can be prepared directly in the serving dishes, leaving less to wash up.
● Shorter cooking times and the use of little water and fat ensure that many vitamins, minerals and
characteristic flavours are preserved.
We advise you to read the cookery book guide and operating instructions carefully.
You will then easily understand how to use your oven.
OVEN
R-96ST-AA
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1 Grill heating element
2 Convection heating element
3 Oven lamp
4 Control panel
5 Shelf rail (rail 1)
6 Shelf rail (rail 2)
7 Waveguide cover
8 Oven cavity
9 Coupling
10 Door seals and sealing surfaces
11 Door opening handle
12 Air-vent openings
13 Outer cabinet
14 Power cord
GB-2
ACCESSORIES
NOTES:
• Always operate the oven with the turntable and
support fitted correctly. This promotes thorough even
cooking. A badly fitted turntable may rattle, may not
rotate properly and damage the oven.
• The turntable rotates clockwise or counter clockwise.
The rotary direction may change each time you start
the oven. This does not affect cooking performance.
• When you order accessories, please mention two items:
part name and model name to your dealer or
SHARP authorised service agent.
This oven will be supplied with 2 racks (High and
Low) and 1 baking tin.
19 <Baking tin>
Household baking tin
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19
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OPTION
20 <Square Shelf>
A
21 <Square baking Tin>
20
GB
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OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES (RK-T11-A):
• You can order a square shelf (20) and a Square
baking tin (21) for this oven as optional accessories.
• When using either the square shelf or the square
tin, we recommend you place it at rail 2 as shown
in the diagram A. When using both of them, place
the square tin at rail 2 and the square shelf at rail 1
as shown in the diagram B. When using the square
shelf, ensure the shelf locator (22) is on the right side.
• These item are included with the oven R-940 (BK).
Use for convection only. See page GB-14.
B
20
21
GB-3
ESPAÑOL
ACCESSORIES
Check to make sure the following accessories are supplied:
15 Turntable 16 Turntable support 17 Low rack
(height: 4 cm) 18 High rack (height: 15,5 cm)
19 Baking tin.
16
• Place the turntable support into the coupling in
the centre of the oven floor, ensuring you place
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it TOP side up, (TOP is engraved on one side). It
should be able to freely rotate around the coupling.
• Place the turntable on to the turntable support.
• Place the high/low racks onto the turntable if
necessary. These racks are used for cooking in
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<High
Rack>
17 <Low Rack>
Convection, Dual or Grill mode.
<Rack + Turntable> • The baking tins are only recommended for baking
pastries in convection mode. Place the tin on the low
rack. In case of two stage baking place additionally
another household baking tin (not supplied with
oven) on the high rack as shown opposite.
ENGLISH
GB
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CONTROL PANEL
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CONTROL PANEL
Digital display and indicators:
3
1
6
2
5
4
20
7
8
EXPRESS
19
COOK
18
COOK
DEFROST
9
AUTO
REHEAT
10
1
2
3
4
5
6
GRILL indicator
CONVECTION indicator
MICROWAVE indicator
COOKING IN PROGRESS indicator
INFO indicator
LESS/MORE indicator
Operating buttons:
7 INFORMATION button
8 LANGUAGE button
9 EXPRESS DEFROST button
10 AUTO REHEAT button
11 COOKING MODE dial
for microwave cooking
for microwave cooking with GRILL
for microwave cooking with CONVECTION
11
for GRILL
for CONVECTION
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℃
KG
16
1min
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12 TIMER button
13 CONVECTION button
Press to change the convection temperature.
14 TIME/WEIGHT knob
Rotate the knob to enter either the cooking/defrosting
time or weight of food.
(START)/+1min button
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16 STOP button
17 MICROWAVE POWER LEVEL button
Press to change the microwave power setting.
18 AUTO COOK button
19 EXPRESS COOK button
20 LESS/MORE buttons
GB-4
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
boiled eggs should not be heated in microwave
ovens since they may explode even after
microwave cooking has ended. To cook or reheat
eggs which have not been scrambled or mixed,
pierce the yolks and the whites, or the eggs may
explode. Shell and slice hard boiled eggs before
reheating them in the microwave oven.
15. Utensils should be checked to ensure that they are
suitable for use in the oven. See Page GB-31. Use
only microwave safe containers and utensils on
microwave modes.
16. The contents of feeding bottles and baby food
jars must be stirred or shaken and the temperature
checked before consumption, in order to avoid
burns.
17. The door, outer cabinet, oven cavity, dishes,
accessories and especially the grill heating
elements will become very hot during operation.
Care should be taken to avoid touching these
areas. To prevent burns, always use thick oven
gloves. Before cleaning make sure they are not
hot.
18. When heating food in plastic or paper containers,
keep an eye on the oven due to the possibility of
ignition.
19. If smoke is observed, switch off or unplug the oven
and keep the door closed in order to stifle any
flames.
20. Clean the oven at regular intervals and remove
any food deposits.
21. Failure to maintain the oven in a clean condition
could lead to deterioration of the surface that
could adversely affect the life of the appliance and
possibly result in a hazardous situation.
22. Do not use harsh abrasive cleaners or sharp
metal scrapers to clean the oven door glass since
they can scratch the surface, which may result in
shattering of the glass.
23. Steam cleaner is not to be used.
24. See instructions for cleaning door seals, cavities
and adjacent parts on page GB-28.
GB-5
ENGLISH
1. This oven is designed to be used on a countertop
only. It is not designed to be built into a kitchen
unit. Do not place the oven in a cabinet.
2. The oven door may become hot during cooking.
Place or mount the oven so that the bottom of
the oven is 85 cm or more above the floor. Keep
children away from the door to prevent them
burning themselves.
3. Ensure there is a minimum of free space above
the oven of 13 cm.
4. This appliance is not intended for use by persons
(including children) with reduced physical, sensory
or mental capabilities, or lack of experience
and knowledge, unless they have been given
supervision or instruction concerning use of the
appliance by a person responsible for their safety.
5. Children should be supervised to ensure that they
do not play with the appliance.
6. WARNING: Only allow children to use the oven
without supervision when adequate instructions
have been given so that the child is able to use the
oven in a safe way and understands the hazards of
improper use.
7. WARNING: When the appliance is operated in
the GRILL, CONVECTION, DUAL, EXPRESS COOK
modes, children should only use the oven under
adult supervision due to the temperature generated.
8. WARNING: Accessible parts may become hot
during use. Young children should be kept away.
9. WARNING: If the door or door seals are
damaged, the oven must not be operated until it
has been repaired by a competent person.
10. WARNING: Never adjust, repair or modify the
oven yourself. It is hazardous for anyone other
than a competent person to carry out any service
or repair operation which involves the removal of
a cover which gives protection against exposure to
microwave energy.
11. If the power supply cord of this appliance is
damaged, it must be replaced with a special cord.
The exchange must be made by an authorised
SHARP service agent.
12. WARNING: Liquids and other foods must not be
heated in sealed containers since they are liable to
explode.
13. Microwave heating of beverages can result in
delayed eruptive boiling, therefore care must be
taken when handling the container.
14. Do not cook eggs in their shells, and whole hard
ESPAÑOL
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS: READ CAREFULLY AND KEEP FOR FUTURE REFERENCE
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
To avoid the danger of fire.
1.
The microwave oven should not be left
unattended during operation. Power levels
that are too high, or cooking times that
are too long, may overheat foods resulting
in a fire.
2. The electrical outlet must be readily accessible
so that the unit can be unplugged easily in an
emergency.
3. The AC power supply must be 230V, 50Hz, with
aminimum 16A distribution line fuse, or a minimum
16A distribution circuit breaker.
4. A separate circuit serving only this appliance should
be provided.
5. Do not place the oven in areas where heat is
generated. For example, close to a conventional oven.
6. Do not install the oven in an area of high humidity
or where moisture may collect.
7. Do not store or use the oven outdoors.
8. Clean the waveguide cover, the oven cavity, the
turntable and turntable support after use. These
must be dry and free from grease. Built-up grease
may overheat and begin to smoke or catch fire.
9. Do not place flammable materials near the oven or
ventilation openings.
10. Do not block the ventilation openings.
11. Remove all metallic seals, wire twists, etc., from
food and food packages. Arcing on metallic
surfaces may cause a fire.
12. Do not use the microwave oven to heat oil for deep
frying. The temperature cannot be controlled and
the oil may catch fire.
13. To make popcorn, use only special microwave
popcorn makers.
14. Do not store food or any other items inside the
oven.
15. Check the settings after you start the oven to ensure
the oven is operating as desired.
16. To avoid overheating and fire, special care must be
taken when cooking or reheating foods with a high
sugar or fat content, for example, Sausage rolls,
Pies or Christmas pudding.
17. See the corresponding hints in operation manual
and the cookery book section.
2. Do not operate the oven with the door open or alter
the door safety latches in any way.
3. Do not operate the oven if there is an object
between the door seals and sealing surfaces.
4.
Do not allow grease or dirt to build up on
the door seals and adjacent parts. Clean
the oven at regular intervals and remove
any food deposits. Follow the instructions
for ''Care and Cleaning'' on page GB-28.
5. Individuals with PACEMAKERS should check with
their doctor or the manufacturer of the pacemaker
for precautions regarding microwave ovens.
To avoid the possibility of electric shock
1. Under no circumstances should you remove the
outer cabinet.
2. Never spill or insert any objects into the door lock
openings or ventilation openings. In the event of a
spill, turn off and unplug the oven immediately, and
call an authorised SHARP service agent.
3. Do not immerse the power supply cord or plug in
water or any other liquid.
4. Do not let the power supply cord hang over the
edge of a table or work surface.
5. Keep the power supply cord away from heated
surfaces, including the rear of the oven.
6. Do not attempt to replace the oven lamp yourself or
allow anyone who is not an electrician authorised
by SHARP to do so. If the oven lamp fails, please
consult your dealer or an authorised SHARP service
agent.
To avoid the possibility of explosion and
sudden boiling:
1. Never use sealed containers. Remove seals and lids
before use. Sealed containers can explode due to
a build up of pressure even after the oven has been
turned off.
2. Take care when microwaving liquids. Use a
widemouthed container to allow bubbles to escape.
Never heat liquids in narrow necked
containers such as baby bottles, as this
may result in the contents erupting from
the container when heated and cause
burns.
To prevent sudden eruption of boiling liquid and
possible scalding:
To avoid the possibility of injury
1.
WARNING:
Do not operate the oven if it is damaged or
malfunctioning. Check the following before use:
a) The door; make sure the door closes properly
and ensure it is not misaligned or warped.
b) The hinges and safety door latches; check to
make sure they are not broken or loose.
c) The door seals and sealing surfaces; ensure that
they have not been damaged.
d) Inside the oven cavity or on the door; make sure
there are no dents.
e) The power supply cord and plug; ensure that
they are not damaged.
1. Do not use excessive amount of time (See page
GB-39).
2. Stir liquid prior to heating/reheating.
3. It is advisable to insert a glass rod or similar
utensil (not metal) into the liquid whilst
reheating.
4. Let liquid stand for at least 20 seconds in the
oven at the end of cooking time to prevent
delayed eruptive boiling.
3. Pierce the skin of such foods as potatoes, sausages
and fruit before cooking, or they may explode.
GB-6
Temperature of the container is not a true indication
of the temperature of the food or drink; always
check the food temperature.
4. Always stand back from the oven door when
opening it to avoid burns from escaping steam and
heat.
5. Slice stuffed baked foods after heating to release
steam and avoid burns.
To avoid misuse by children
1. Do not lean or swing on the oven door.
2. Children should be taught all important safety
instructions: use of pot holders, careful removal
of food coverings; paying special attention to
packaging (e.g. self-heating materials) designed to
make food crisp, as they may be extra hot.
Other warnings
1. Never modify the oven in any way.
2. Do not move the oven while it is in operation.
3. This oven is for home food preparation only and
may only be used for cooking food. It is not suitable
for commercial or laboratory use.
To promote troublefree use of your oven and
avoid damage.
1. Never operate the oven when it is empty except
where recommended in the operation manual.
Doing so may damage the oven.
2. When using a browning dish or self-heating
material, always place a heat-resistant insulator
such as a porcelain plate under it to prevent
damage to the turntable and turntable support due
to heat stress.The preheating time specified in the
dish’s instructions must not be exceeded.
3. Do not use metal utensils, which reflect microwaves
and may cause electrical arcing.
Use only the turntable and the turntable support
designed for this oven. Do not operate the oven
without the turntable.
4. Do not place anything on the outer cabinet during
operation.
NOTE:
If you are unsure how to connect your oven, please
consult an authorised, qualified electrician.Neither the
manufacturer nor the dealer can accept any liability
for damage to the oven or personal injury resulting
from failure to observe the correct electrical connection
procedure.Water vapour or drops may occasionally
form on the oven walls or around the door seals and
sealing surfaces. This is a normal occurrence and is not
an indication of microwave leakage or a malfunction.
INSTALLATION
1. Remove all packing materials from the inside of
the oven cavity. Discard the loose polythene sheet
from between the door and cavity. Remove the
feature sticker, if attached, from the outside of the
door.
2. Check the oven carefully for any signs of damage.
3. Place the oven on a flat, level surface strong enough
to support the oven’s weight plus the heaviest item
likely to be cooked.
This oven is designed for countertop use only.
Do not place the oven in a cabinet.
4. The oven door may become hot during
cooking. Place or mount the oven so
that the bottom of the oven is 85 cm or
more above the floor. Keep children
away from the door to prevent them
burning themselves.
5. Do not allow the power supply cord to run
over any hot or sharp surfaces, such as
the hot air vent area at the top rear of the
oven.
6. Ensure there is a minimum of free space above the
oven of 13 cm.
7. Securely connect the plug of the oven to a standard
earthed (grounded) household electrical outlet.
GB-7
ENGLISH
To avoid the possibility of burns
1. Use pot holders or oven gloves when removing
food from the oven to prevent burns.
2. Always open containers, popcorn makers, oven
cooking bags, etc., away from the face and hands
to avoid steam burns and eruption of boiling.
3.
To avoid burns, always test food temperature
and stir before serving and pay special
attention to the temperature of food and
drink given to babies, children or the elderly.
ESPAÑOL
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
BEFORE OPERATION
Your oven has an energy save mode.
1. Plug in the oven. Nothing will appear on the
display at this time.
2. Open the door.
The oven display will show “SELECT LANGUAGE”
in 5 languages.
NOTE: Once you select the language using the
LANGUAGE button, the display will show “. 0“.
3. Close the door.
The oven display will show “. 0“.
4. Select a language (See below).
NOTE: If you use the oven in English, you do not
have to select language, and go to step 5.
5. Heat the oven without food (See page GB-12).
COOKING HINTS:
The oven has an ‘Information Display System’ which
offers you step by step instructions to easily guide
you through each feature, and enable you to gain
information in your desired language. The oven has an
INFO button for getting instructions for each button.
Indicators will appear in the display, after pressing a
button, to inform you of the next operation step.
In Energy Save Mode, if you do not operate the oven for 3 minutes or more (e.g. closing the door, pressing the
STOP button, or at the end of cooking), you will not be able to operate the oven until you open and close the
oven door.
SELECTING THE LANGUAGE
Press LANGUAGE button
LANGUAGE
once
twice
3 times
4 times
5 times
ENGLISH
DEUTSCH
NEDERLANDS
FRANÇAIS
ESPAÑOL
The oven comes set for English. You can change the
language. To change, press the LANGUAGE button
until the desired language is displayed. Then press the
(START)/+1min button.
Example:
Suppose you want to select German:
1. Choose the desired language by
pressing the LANGUAGE button.
(START)/+1min button
2. Press the
to start the setting.
x2
Check the display.
x1
NOTE: The selected language will be memorised even if the electical power supply is interrupted.
GB-8
USING THE STOP BUTTON
ENGLISH
ESPAÑOL
Use the STOP button to:
1. Erase a mistake during programming.
2. Stop the oven temporarily during cooking.
3. Cancel a programme during cooking, press the
STOP button twice.
GB-9
MICROWAVE POWER LEVELS
Power Level
HIGH
MEDIUM
HIGH
MEDIUM
MEDIUM
LOW
(Defrost)
LOW
(Defrost)
Press the MICROWAVE
POWER LEVEL button Display
X1
Watt
100 P 1050 W
X2
90 P
945 W
X3
80 P
840 W
X4
70 P
735 W
X5
60 P
630 W
X6
50 P
525 W
X7
40 P
420 W
X8
30 P
315 W
X9
20 P
210 W
X10
10 P
105 W
X11
0P
0W
Generally the following recommendations apply:
IMPORTANT: The Microwave power level will
default to 100 P unless you press the MICROWAVE
POWER LEVEL button.
• Your oven has 11 power levels, as shown.
100 P/90 P - (HIGH output = 1050/945 W) used for fast
cooking or reheating e.g. for casseroles, hot beverages,
vegetables etc.
60 P/50 P - (MEDIUM output = 630/525 W) for
dense foods which require a long cooking time
when cooked conventionally, e.g. beef casserole, it
is advisable to use this power setting to ensure the
meat will be tender.
80 P/70 P - (MEDIUM HIGH output = 840/735 W) used
for longer cooking of dense foods such as roast joints,
meat loaf and plated meals, also for sensitive didhes such
as sponge cakes. At this reduced setting, the food will
cook evenly without over cooking at the sides.
40 P/30 P - (MEDIUM LOW output = 420/315 W
defrost setting) to defrost, select this power setting,
to ensure that the dish defrosts evenly. This setting is
also ideal for simmering rice, pasta, dumplings and
cooking egg custard.
20 P/10 P - (LOW output = 210/105 W) For gentle
defrosting, e.g. cream gateaux or pastry.
To set the microwave power level:
1. Rotate the COOKING MODE dial to the microwave setting.
2. Rotate the TIME/WEIGHT knob clockwise or counter-clockwise to select cooking time.
3. Press the MICROWAVE POWER LEVEL button until the desired power level appears on the display.
will be displayed. If you miss your
(If the MICROWAVE POWER LEVEL button is pressed once,
desired level, continue pressing the MICROWAVE POWER LEVEL button until you reach the level again).
(START)/+1min button.
4. Press the
NOTE: If the power level is not selected, 100 P is automatically set.
GB-10
MICROWAVE COOKING
Increasing unit:
10 seconds
30 seconds
1 minute
5 minutes
Example:
Suppose you want to heat soup for 2 minutes and 30 seconds on 70 P microwave power.
1. Rotate the COOKING
MODE dial to the
microwave setting.
2. Enter desired cooking
time by rotating the
TIME/WEIGHT
knob clockwise.
3. Press the MICROWAVE
POWER LEVEL button
four times for 70 P
microwave power.
x4
(START)/
4. Press the
+1min button once to
start cooking.
x1
Check the display.
NOTES:
1. When the door is opened during the cooking
process, the cooking time on the digital display
stops automatically. The cooking time starts to
count down again when the door is closed and the
(START)/+1min button is pressed.
2. If you wish to know the power level during cooking,
press the MICROWAVE POWER LEVEL button. As
long as your finger is pressing the MICROWAVE
POWER LEVEL button, the power level which you
have input will be displayed.
3. When the operation of the oven has finished,
“. 0“ will reappear on the display.
4. You can rotate the TIME/WEIGHT knob clockwise
or counter-clockwise. If you rotate the dial counterclockwise, the cooking time will decrease from 90
minutes by degrees.
WARNING:
1. Never use the square shelf and square tin (RK-T11-A)
for microwave cooking and dual cooking as this
may cause arcing.
2. After cooking and opening the door, the display
may show “NOW COOLING”.
GB-11
ESPAÑOL
Cooking Time:
0-5 minutes
5-10 minutes
10-30 minutes
30-90 minutes
ENGLISH
Your oven can be programmed for up to 90 minutes.
(90.00). The input unit of cooking (defrosting) time
varies from 10 seconds to five minutes. It depends
on the total length of the cooking (defrosting) time as
shown on the table opposite:
GRILL COOKING
The grill heating element at the top of the oven cavity has one power setting only.
Example: Suppose you want to cook cheese on toast for 5 minutes (Place toast on the high rack.)
1. Rotate the COOKING MODE
GRILL setting.
dial to the
2. Enter the desired cooking time
by rotating the TIME/WEIGHT
knob clockwise.
(START)/+1min
3. Press the
button to start cooking.
x1
Check the display.
1. The high or low racks are recommended when
grilling. It is not recommended to use the square
shelf and square tin (RK-T11-A) for grilling.
2. You may detect smoke or a burning smell when
using the grill for the first time, this is normal and
not a sign that the oven is out of order.
(Please see heating without food below.)
3. After cooking and opening the door, the display
may show “NOW COOLING”.
WARNING: The oven cavity, door, outer cabinet, accessories and dishes will become very
hot, always use thick oven gloves when removing the food or turntable from the
oven to prevent burns.
HEATING WITHOUT FOOD
You may detect smoke or a burning smell when using the grill and convection for the first time. This is normal and
not a sign that the oven is out of order.
To avoid this problem, when first using the oven, heat the oven without food for 20 minutes on grill and then at
convection 250°C.
IMPORTANT: During operation, to allow smoke or smells to disperse open a window or switch the kitchen
ventilation on. Make sure there is no food in the oven.
1. Rotate the COOKING
MODE dial to the
GRILL or
CONVECTION
setting.
2. Enter the required
heating time.
(20 min.)
3. Start operation by
pressing the
(START)/+1min
button.
x1
The oven will count
down. When the
oven has finished
heating, open the
door to cool the
oven cavity.
WARNING:
The oven door, outer cabinet, oven cavity and accessories will
become hot. Take care to avoid burns when cooling the oven
down after operation.
GB-12
CONVECTION COOKING
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Oven Temp (°C)
250
230
220
200
190
180
160
130
100
40
Example 1: To cook with preheating
Suppose you want to pre-heat to 180°C and cook for 20 minutes at 180°C.
1. Select the cooking
mode by rotating the
COOKING MODE
.
dial to
2. Enter the desired preheat
temperature by pressing
the C O N V E C T I O N
button six times. The
display will show 180°C.
3. Press the
(START)/
+1min button to start
pre-heating.
x6
4. Use the TIME/WEIGHT
knob to input the cooking
time (20 mins).
When the pre-heated
temperature has been
reached the audible
signal sounds, the
display will show 180°C,
open the door and place
the food inside the oven.
Close the door.
x1
5. Press the
button.
(START)/+1min
Check the display.
x1
NOTES:
1. When the oven is preheated the turntable should be in the oven.
2. After preheating, if you want to cook at a different temperature press the CONVECTION button until the
desired setting appears on the display. In the example above, to change the temperature you would press the
CONVECTION button after entering the cooking time.
3. When the oven reaches the programmed preheating temperature, it will automatically hold at
the pre-heated temperature for 30 minutes. After 30 minutes the display will change to “. 0“.
The selected convection programme will be cancelled.
4. After cooking and opening the door, the display may show “NOW COOLING”.
5. To get the best results when following pack instructions for convection, please follow the instructions for
“conventional oven”.
6. If you purchase the RK-T11-A accessory pack, please follow the INFORMATION & RECIPES booklet included
with the pack.
GB-13
ENGLISH
Press CONVECTION button
ESPAÑOL
Your oven can be used as a conventional oven using the convection facility and 10 pre-set oven temperatures.
Preheating is recommended for better results (especially when using the square shelf or the square tin RK-T11-A).
CONVECTION COOKING
Example 2: To cook without preheating
Suppose you want to cook at 250°C for 20 minutes.
1. Select the cooking
mode by rotating the
COOKING MODE
.
dial to
2. Use the TIME/WEIGHT
knob to input the cooking
time (20 mins).
3. Select the desired
cooking temperature.
(250°C).
x1
(START)/
4. Press the
+1min button.
x1
Check the display.
NOTES:
1. After cooking and opening the door, the display may show “NOW COOLING”.
2. To change the convection temperature, press the CONVECTION button until the desired temperature appears
on the display.
3. You may detect smoke or a burning smell when using convection for the first time. This is normal and is
not a sign that the oven is out of order. (Please see Heating Without Food on page GB-12).
WARNING: The oven cavity, door, outer cabinet, accessories and dishes will become
very hot, always use thick oven gloves when removing the food or
turntable from the oven to prevent burns.
SPECIAL NOTES FOR RK-T11-A (SQUARE SHELF & SQUARE TIN):
1. When using either the square shelf or the square tin, we recommend you
place it at rail 2. When using both of them, place the square tin at rail 2
and the square shelf at rail 1 as shown in the diagram. Please also refer to
the diagram B on page GB-3.
2. When using the square shelf and/or the square tin, leave the turntable in
the oven.
3. When using the square shelf or the square tin, rotate the square tin or the rail 1
container on the square shelf 180° halfway to achieve better results.
4. When using the square shelf follow the notes below to prevent them slipping
rail 2
out:
• Do not place container with food weighing more than 5 kg on the
square shelf.
• Ensure that the square shelf is in the correct position and does not rattle.
• When removing the food, pull the square shelf until it is slightly locked,
and then remove the food.
5. Some recipes for using the square shelf or the square tin are included in this
operation manual. Please refer to pages GB-25-27.
6. To get the best results when following pack instructions for convection,
please follow the instructions for “conventional oven”.
GB-14
Shelf rails
DUAL COOKING
Your oven has 2 DUAL cooking modes combining the heat of the convection or grill with the power of the
microwave.
To select the DUAL cooking mode, rotate the COOKING MODE dial to the desired setting, then choose the
cooking time. Generally, dual cooking time shortens the total cooking time.
Microwave Power Range
MICRO 30 P
10 P - 60 P
ESPAÑOL
Cooking method (initial setting)
CONV 250°C
MICRO 30 P
DUAL GRILL
10 P - 80 P
GRILL
NOTES:
• To adjust the microwave power, press the MICROWAVE POWER LEVEL button.
• To adjust the convection temperature, press the CONVECTION button until the desired temperature appears on
the display.
• For DUAL CONV. the oven temperature can be changed from 40°C to 250°C in ten levels.
Example 1:
Suppose you want to cook for 20 minutes on DUAL CONV. using 10 P microwave power and 200°C convection.
1. Select the cooking mode by
rotating the COOKING MODE
.
dial to
2. Enter the desired cooking time
(20 minutes).
3. P r e s s t h e M I C R O WAV E
POWER LEVEL button three
times.
x3
4. Press CONVECTION button
four times (200°C).
5. Press the
button.
(START)/+1min
x4
x1
GB-15
Check the display.
ENGLISH
Cooking mode
DUAL CONV.
DUAL COOKING
Example 2:
Suppose you want to cook for 20 minutes on DUAL GRILL using 10 P microwave power and GRILL.
1. Select the cooking mode by
rotating the COOKING MODE
.
dial to
2. Enter the desired cooking time
(20 min.).
3. P r e s s t h e M I C R O WAV E
POWER LEVEL button
three times (10 P)
x3
4. Press the
button.
(START)/+1min
Check the display.
x1
NOTE: After cooking and opening the door, the display may show “NOW COOLING”.
WARNINGS:
1. The oven cavity, door, outer cabinet, accessories and dishes will become very hot,
use thick oven gloves when removing the food or turntable from the oven to prevent
burns.
2. Never use the square shelf and square tin (RK-T11-A) for microwave cooking and dual cooking as this may
cause arcing.
GB-16
OTHER CONVENIENT FUNCTIONS
1. LESS ( ▼ ) / MORE ( ▲ ) button
The LESS ( ▼ ) and MORE ( ▲ ) buttons allow you to easily decrease or increase programmed setting times,
(for a less well or more well cooked result), used in automatic operations or cooking time while in operation.
a) Changing the pre-programmed time setting:
1. Choose the desired result
(less cooked) by pressing the
LESS ( ▼ ) button once.
2. Choose the AUTO COOK
menu for Gratin by pressing the
AUTO COOK button.
x5
x1
4. Press the
button.
3. Enter the amount (1,5 kg).
(START)/+1min
The oven will start to cook.
Check the display.
x1
NOTES:
To cancel LESS or MORE press the same button again.
To change MORE to LESS simply press the LESS ( ▼ ) button.
To change LESS to MORE simply press the MORE ( ▲ ) button.
b) Changing the heating time while the oven is operating:
During the manual cooking process, the cooking time can be decreased or increased in 1 minute
steps each time the LESS ( ▼ ) and MORE ( ▲ ) buttons are pressed.
NOTE: You can use this function for manual cooking only.
GB-17
ENGLISH
Example: Suppose you want to cook 1,5 kg Gratin using the AUTO COOK button and LESS ( ▼ ) button.
ESPAÑOL
(See pages GB-23-24 for menus that use LESS and MORE).
OTHER CONVENIENT FUNCTIONS
2. +1min function
The
(START)/+1min button allows you to operate the two following functions:
a) 1 minute cooking
You can cook on your desired cooking mode for 1 minute without entering the cooking time.
Example:
Suppose you want to cook for 1 minute on 70 P microwave power.
1. Select the cooking mode by
rotating the COOKING MODE
(Microwave).
dial to
2. Change the power by pressing
the MICROWAVE POWER
LEVEL button.
(START)/+1min
3. Press the
button once to begin cooking.
x4
x1
NOTES:
1. You can use this function for manual cooking only.
) and you press the
(START)/+1min button, the
2. When the COOKING MODE dial is on microwave (
microwave power is always 100 P.
or
) and you press the
(START)/+1min button,
When the COOKING MODE dial is on dual (
the microwave power is always 30 P.
or
) and you press the
When the COOKING MODE dial is on convection or dual conv. (
(START)/+1min button, the convection temperature is always 250°C.
3. To avoid misuse by children the 1 minute cooking function can be used only within 3 minutes after the
preceding operation, i.e. closing the door, pressing the STOP button or end of cooking.
b) Extend the cooking time
You can extend the cooking time in multiples of one minute if the
the oven is in operation.
(START)/+1min button is pressed while
NOTE: You can use this function for manual cooking only.
3. TIMER FUNCTION
You can use the timer for timing where microwave cooking is not involved for example, to time boiled eggs
cooked on a conventional hob.
Example:
To set the timer for 5 minutes.
1. Open and Close the door to
activate timer function. Press
the TIMER button once.
2. Rotate the TIME/WEIGHT
knob until the desired time is
displayed. (Ex: 5min)
x1
3. Press the
button.
(START)/+1min
x1
GB-18
OTHER CONVENIENT FUNCTIONS
4. TO CHECK SETTINGS WHILE THE OVEN IS OPERATING
As long as your finger is pressing
the button, the power level will be
displayed.
TO CHECK THE CONVECTION TEMPERATURE:
To check the convection temperature which you have
input during cooking press the CONVECTION button.
When the oven is preheating, you can check the actual
oven temperature.
As long as your finger is pressing the
button, the convection temperature in
°C will be displayed.
5. INFORMATION button
1. Choose the
INFORMATION
button function.
Each button carries useful information.
If you wish to get the information, press the
INFORMATION button before pressing the
desired button.
x1
Example:
Suppose you want to get information about AUTO
COOK menu number 3, Roast chicken:
2. Press the AUTO COOK
button 3 times to select
Roast Chicken.
x3
NOTE:
1. The information message will be repeated twice,
and then the display will show “. 0“.
2. If you want to cancel the information press the
STOP button.
GB-19
ENGLISH
TO CHECK THE POWER LEVEL:
To check the microwave power level during cooking
press the MICROWAVE POWER LEVEL button.
The oven continues to count down, although the display
shows the power level which you have input.
ESPAÑOL
You can check the power level and the actual oven temperatures while the oven is in operation ie: when
preheating.
You can use this function for manual cooking only.
AUTOMATIC OPERATIONS
The AUTOMATIC OPERATIONS automatically
work out the correct cooking mode and cooking time.
You can choose from 2 AUTO REHEAT menus, 3
EXPRESS COOK menus, 6 AUTO COOK menus and
7 EXPRESS DEFROST menus.
menus.
Warning:
For EXPRESS COOK and AUTO COOK:
The oven cavity, door, outer cabinet,
accessories and dishes will become very
hot. Use thick oven gloves when removing
food or the turntable from the oven to
prevent burns.
1.
x1
What you need to know when using this automatic
function:
1. The menu you wish to use can be selected by
pressing the AUTO REHEAT, AUTO COOK,
EXPRESS COOK or EXPRESS DEFROST button
until the desired menu number appears in the
display. (See pages GB-21-24)
2. The weight or quantity of the food can be input by
rotating the TIME/WEIGHT knob until the desired
weight/quantity is displayed.
• Enter the weight of the food only. Do not include
the weight of the container.
• For food weighing more or less than weights/
quantities given in the cooking chart, cook using
manual programmes.
3. The programmed cooking times are average times.
If you want to alter cooking times pre-programmed
in the automatic operations, use the LESS ( ▼ ) or
MORE ( ▲ ) buttons. See page GB-17 for details.
For best results, follow cooking chart instructions.
(START)/+1min button.
4. To start cooking press
When action is required (e.g. to turn food over)
the oven stops and the audible signals sound, the
display shows the necessary action. To continue
(START)/+1min button.
cooking, press the
Menu Number
2.
TIME/WEIGHT knob
3.
LESS/MORE buttons
4.
(START)/+1min button
The final temperature will vary according to the
initial temperature. Check food is piping hot after
cooking. If necessary, you can extend the cooking
time and change the power level.
NOTE: Please refer to the menu label for list of AUTOMATIC menus and weight ranges.
GB-20
AUTOMATIC OPERATIONS
Example: Suppose you want to cook 300 g of Rice using AUTO COOK.
(START)/+1min
3. Press the
button to start cooking.
x1
x1
EXPRESS COOK CHART
MENU NO.
C-1 Cook
Frozen Ready Meals
(initial temp -18°C)
Stirrable type (e.g.
Noodles Bolognese,
Chinese Menus.)
C-2 Cook
Frozen Vegetables
(initial temp -18°C)
e.g. Brussel sprouts,
cauliflower, peas,mixed
vegetables, broccoli
C-3 Cook
Frozen Gratin
(initial temp -18°C)
e.g. Frozen lasagne,
Potato gratin
WEIGHT (Increasing
Unit) / UTENSILS
PROCEDURE
0,3 - 1,0 kg* (100 g)
Casserole dish & lid
* If the manufacturer instructs
to add water or oil, please
calculate the total amount
for the program with
additional liquid.
• Transfer meal to suitable casserole dish.
• Add some liquid or oil if recommended by the
manufacturer.
• Cover with a lid.
• When the audible signals sound, stir and re-cover.
• After cooking, stir and let stand for approx. 1-2
minutes.
0,1 - 0,8 kg (100 g)
Casserole dish & lid
• Add 1tbsp water per 100 g. (For mushrooms
no additional water is necessary).
• Cover with a lid.
• When the oven stops and the audible signals sound,
stir and re-cover.
• After cooking, let stand for approx. 1-2 minutes.
NOTE: If frozen vegetables are compacted together,
cook manually.
0,2 - 0,6 kg (100 g)
Gratin dish
Low rack
• Remove the gratin from original container and place
in a suitable gratin dish.
• Add 3-4 tbsp water if necessary.
• Do not cover.
• Place on the low rack.
• After cooking, let stand, covered in aluminium foil for
approximately 5 minutes.
GB-21
ESPAÑOL
2. Enter the weight by rotating the
TIME/WEIGHT knob until the
desired weight is displayed.
ENGLISH
1. Press the AUTO COOK button
once to select Rice.
EXPRESS DEFROST CHART
MENU NO.
WEIGHT (Increasing
Unit) / UTENSILS
PROCEDURE
D-1 Defrost
Steaks, Chops
(initial temp -18°C)
0,2 - 1,0 kg (100 g)
Plate
(see note on page GB-23)
• Place the food on a plate in the centre of the
turntable.
• When the oven stops and the audible signals sound,
turn the food over, rearrange and separate. Shield
the thin parts and warm spots with aluminium foil.
• After defrosting, wrap in aluminium foil for
10-20 minutes, until thoroughly defrosted.
D-2 Defrost
Meat Joint
(initial temp -18°C)
0,6 - 2,0 kg (100 g)
Plate
(see note on page GB-23)
• Place a plate upside down on the turntable and put
the meat on it.
• When the oven stops and the audible signals sound,
turn the food over. Shield the defrosted parts with
aluminium foil.
• If audible signals sound, turn the food over and shield
again.
• After defrosting, cover with aluminium foil and stand
for 15-30 minutes until thoroughly defrosted.
D-3 Defrost
Minced Meat ,
mix of beef and pork
(initial temp -18°C)
0,2 - 1,0 kg (100 g)
Cling film
(see note on page GB-23)
• Cover the turntable with cling film.
• Place the block of minced meat onto the turntable.
• When the oven stops and the audible signals sound,
turn the food over. Remove the defrosted parts if
possible.
• After defrosting, cover in aluminium foil for 5-10
minutes, until thoroughly defrosted.
D-4 Defrost
Chicken Legs
(initial temp -18°C)
0,2 - 1,0 kg (50 g)
(see note on page GB-23)
• Place the food on a plate in the centre of the
turntable.
• When the oven stops and the audible signals sound,
turn the food over, rearrange and separate. Shield
the thin parts and warm spots with aluminium foil.
• After defrosting, wrap in aluminium foil for 10-20
minutes, until thoroughly defrosted.
D-5 Defrost
Poultry
(initial temp -18°C)
Only poultry without
giblets is recommended
for this programme.
0,9 - 2,0 kg (100 g)
(see note on page GB-23)
• Place a plate upside down on the turntable and put
the poultry breast side down on the plate.
• When the oven stops and the audible signals sound,
turn over and shield the thin parts and warm spots
with aluminium foil.
• After defrosting, cover with aluminium foil and stand
for 15-30 minutes until thoroughly defrosted.
• Finally clean the poultry under running water.
D-6 Defrost
Cake
(initial temp -18°C)
0,1 - 1,4 kg (100 g)
Plate
• Remove all packaging from the cake.
• Place on a plate in the centre of the turntable.
• After defrosting, cut the cake into similar sized pieces.
Keep space between each piece and let stand for 1530 minutes until thoroughly defrosted.
D-7 Defrost
Bread
(initial temp -18°C)
0,1 - 1,0 kg (100 g)
Plate
• Distribute on a plate in the centre of the turntable.
Only sliced bread is recommended for this
programme.
• When the audible signals sound rearrange, and
remove defrosted slices.
• After defrosting separate all slices and distribute on a
large plate. Cover the bread with aluminium foil and
let stand for 5-15 minutes until thoroughly defrosted.
GB-22
EXPRESS DEFROST NOTES
NOTES:
1 Steaks, Chops and Chicken legs should be frozen in one layer.
2 Minced meat should be frozen in the thin shape.
3 After turning over, shield the defrosted portions with small, flat pieces of aluminium foil.
4 The poultry and the minced meat should be processed immediately after defrosting.
5 For D-1, D-2, D-4 and D-5 arrange the food in the oven as shown:
Poultry and Meat Joint
ESPAÑOL
Food
Dish
Turntable
AUTO REHEAT CHART
MENU NO.
AR-1
Beverages
(initial temp 20°C)
AR-2
Soups, Casseroles
(initial temp 20°C)
WEIGHT (Increasing
Unit) / UTENSILS
PROCEDURE
1-6 cups (1 cup)
(150 ml per cup)
Cup
• Place the beverage off centre on the turntable.
• After heating, stir and let stand for approx. 1-2
minutes.
NOTE: If initial beverage is (5°C) refrigerator temperature,
cook with the MORE ( ▲ )button.
1-4 cups (1 cup)
(200 ml per cup)
Cup with plastic wrap
• Cover with microwave plastic wrap.
• Place cups off centre on the turntable.
• After cooking, stir and let stand for approx. 1-2
minutes.
NOTE: If initial soup is (5°C) refrigerator temperature,
cook with the MORE ( ▲ )button.
GB-23
ENGLISH
Chicken legs, Steaks and Chops.
AUTO COOK CHART
MENU NO.
AC-1
Rice (par-boiled)
(initial temp rice 20°C)
Rice
100 g
200 g
300 g
WEIGHT (Increasing
Unit) / UTENSILS
0,1 - 0,3 kg (100 g)
Big bowl & lid
Boiling Water
250 ml
450 ml
650 ml
PROCEDURE
•
•
•
•
•
Place in a big bowl and add boiling water.
Cover with a lid.
Place the dish in the centre of the turntable.
When the audible signals sound, stir and recover.
When the audible signals sound again, stir and
recover, replace into the oven and press start.
• Stand for approx. 10 mins after cooking.
AC-2
French Fried Potato
(recommended
forconventional ovens)
(initial temp -18°C)
0,2 - 0,4 kg (50 g)
Flan Dish
High Rack
• Remove the frozen french fried potatoes from the
package and place them on a flan dish.
• Place the dish on the high rack in the oven.
• When the audible signals sound, turn over.
• After cooking, remove from the dish and put on a
plate for serving. (No standing time is necessary).
• Add salt to taste.
NOTE: For thin type of French fried potatoes, cook with
the LESS ( ▼ ) button.
AC-3
Roast Chicken
(initial temp 5°C)
0,9 - 2,0 kg (100 g)
Low Rack
•
•
•
•
•
Mix the ingredients and spread on the chicken.
Pierce the skin of the chicken.
Put chicken breast side down on the low rack.
When audible signals sound, turn the chicken over.
After cooking, let the food stand for 3 minutes in the
oven.
•
•
•
•
•
Lean rolled roast pork is recommended.
Mix all ingredients and spread them onto the pork.
Place the pork on the low rack and cook.
When audible signals sound, turn the food over.
After cooking, let the food stand wrapped in
aluminium foil for approx. 10 minutes.
Ingredients for 1,2 kg Roast chicken:
½ tsp salt and pepper, 1 tsp sweet paprika,
2 tbsp oil
AC-4
Roast Pork
(initial temp 5°C)
0,6 - 2,0 kg (100 g)
Low Rack
Ingredients for 1 kg rolled lean pork:
1 garlic clove, crushed, 2 tbsp oil, 1 tsp sweet
paprika, a little cumin powder, 1 tsp salt
AC-5
Gratin
(initial temp 20°C)
e.g. Courgette pasta
gratin, Broccoli-potatogratin with mushrooms
0,5 - 2,0 kg (100 g)
Shallow, oval or round
gratin dish
Low Rack
• Prepare the gratin referring to page GB-55 or 57.
• Place the gratin dish on the low rack.
• After cooking, let the food stand covered for approx.
5-10 minutes.
AC-6
Cake
(initial temp 20°C)
e.g. Carrot cake,
Gugelhupf, Apple cake
with Calvados
0,5 - 1,5 kg (100 g)
Baking tin, Saucer
Low rack
• Prepare the cake referring to page GB-63 or 65.
• Put a saucer upside down on the low rack and place
the baking tin on it.
• Let the cake stand for approximately 10 minutes after
baking.
• Remove the cake from the baking tin.
GB-24
Preparation
This recipe makes approx. 1,7 kg.
1. Prepare from the mentioned ingredients a yeast
dough. Cover the dough with heat-resistant film or
a damp tea-cloth and allow to rise. Cook for 20
minutes on CONVECTION 40°C.
2. Peel and dice the onions and the streaky bacon.
Place the butter, the onions and bacon in a bowl,
cover and braise for 8-12 minutes on 100 P. After
cooking cool the mixture and blend the eggs,
soured cream and salt into the mixture.
3. Preheat the oven to 200°C. Line the square tin with
greaseproof paper. Roll out the dough and place
inside the tin.
4. Spread the mixture evenly over the pastry case. Let
the dough rise again before baking.
5. After preheating, place the square tin on the
shelf rail (rail 2) and cook. 32-35 minutes on
CONVECTION 200°C.
6. Stop the oven after 18 minutes and rotate the
square tin by 180 degrees, then press “Start”.
Total Cooking Time: 60-67 minutes
Utensils: Bowl with lid (3 l capacity)
Square tin
greaseproof paper
Ingredients - for the dough
375 g
30 g
1
125 ml
½ tsp.
75 g
Flour
Yeast
Egg
Milk
Salt
Butter
Ingredients - for the topping
650-700 g
100 g
30 g
Onions
Streaky bacon
Butter
Cheyenne pepper
Eggs
Soured cream
Salt
3
200 g
½ tsp.
LEEK TART
Total Cooking Time: 27-33 minutes
Utensils: Bowl with lid (3 l capacity)
Square tin
greaseproof paper
Ingredients - for the dough
150 g
120 g
Wholemeal flour
Rye flour (type 1150)
(you can use normal flour type 405 instead)
4 tsp.
Baking powder (12 g)
1
Egg
125 g
Low fat yoghurt
1 ½ tbsp. Vegetable oil
½ tsp.
Salt
Ingredients - for the topping
450 g
3 tbsp.
1 pinch
150 g
3
2 tbsp.
1 pinch
1 tsp.
1 tsp.
1 tsp.
100 g
Leek, cut into rings
Water
Salt
Curry powder
Soured cream
Eggs
Wholemeal flour
Herb salt
Pepper
Nutmeg
Parsley, chopped finely
Chives, chopped into small rings
Dill, chopped finely
Grated Emmenthal cheese
Preparation
This recipe makes approx. 1,3 kg.
1. Place leek and water in a bowl. Cover and cook
for 5-8 minutes on 100 P. Drain, add salt and curry
powder to taste.
2. Mix the flour and the baking powder. Add the egg,
the yoghurt, oil and the salt. Blend together using
the kneading hook on a hand-held blender. Preheat
the oven to 200°C.
3. Line the square tin with greaseproof paper. Roll out
the dough and place inside the tin. Raise the rim by
about 1 cm.
4. Stir the soured cream, eggs and flour together.
Season with herb salt, pepper, nutmeg and herbs.
Mix in the grated cheese.
5. Blend the mixture into the leek and spread it evenly
over the pastry case.
6. After preheating, place the square tin on the
shelf rail (rail 2) and cook. 22-25 minutes on
CONVECTION 200°C.
7. Stop the oven after 18 minutes and rotate the
square tin by 180 degrees, then press “Start”.
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RECIPES FOR USING RK-T11-A (SQUARE TIN/SHELF)
PIZZA
Total Cooking Time: 39-42 minutes
Utensils: Square tin
greaseproof paper
Ingredients - for the dough
230 g
20 g
1 tsp.
4 tsps.
135 ml
Flour
Yeast
Sugar
Salt
Oil
Lukewarm water
Ingredients - for the topping
250 g
250 g
100 g
Tinned tomatoes, mashed
Basil, Oregano, Thyme, Salt, Pepper
Topping as desired e.g. Pepper, Salami,
Mushrooms etc.
Grated cheese
TURKEY BREAST IN ONION-CREAM SAUCE
Total Cooking time: 26-28 minutes
Utensils: Square tin
Ingredients
1000 g
Turkey breast (9 pieces)
1 bag
Onion soup mixture (dried, 1 bag for 750 ml)
500 ml
Cream
200 g
Mushrooms, sliced
9 slices
Processed cheese
LINZER BISCUITS
Total Cooking time: 10-11 minutes
Utensils: Square tin
Square shelf
Bottom of a round baking tin (28 cm)
greaseproof paper
Preparation
This recipe makes approx. 1,0 kg.
1. Dissolve the yeast in lukewarm water.
2. Place the flour in a bowl and make a well in the
centre. Add the yeast mixture to the flour and stir in
gradually. Add salt and oil. Knead well.
3. Cover the dough with heat-resistant film or a damp
tea-cloth and allow it to rise. Cook for 20 minutes
on CONVECTION 40°C.
4. Preheat the oven to 220°C. Line the square tin with
greaseproof paper. Roll out the dough and place
inside the tin.
5. Cover the dough with the tomatoes. Season to taste
and cover with the desired topping. Finally spread
over the grated cheese.
6. After preheating, place the square tin on the
shelf rail (rail 2) and cook for19-22 minutes on
CONVECTION 220°C.
7. Stop the oven after 14 minutes and rotate the
square tin by 180 degrees, then press “Start”.
Preparation
1. Preheat the oven to 200°C.
2. Cut the turkey breast into similar sized pieces (9)
and place on the square tin.
3. Mix together the dried onion soup with the cream
(don’t add water). Add the sliced mushrooms. Pour
over the meat and finally cover with the cheese
slices.
4. Place the square tin on the shelf rail (rail 2) in the
oven and cook for 26-28 minutes on CONVECTION
200°C.
5. After half of cooking time rotate the square tin by
180 degrees and press “Start” for the remaining
cooking time.
Preparation
1. Prepare the biscuits referring to page GB-66.
2. Preheat the oven to 200°C.
3. Line the square tin and the baking tin with
greaseproof paper. Place 20 biscuits on the square
tin and 12 pieces on the round baking tin. Place the
square tin on the shelf rail (rail 2) and the square
shelf with the round baking tin on the shelf rail
(rail 1) and bake for 10-11 minutes on CONVECTION
200°C.
Prepare the remaining dough in the same way.
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Total Cooking time: 44-49 minutes
Utensils: Bowl with lid (3l capacity)
Rectangular gratin dish (35x29 cm)
Square shelf
Ingredients
600 g
Tinned tomatoes
100 g
Onion, finely chopped
100 g
Ham, finely cubed
1
Clove of garlic, crushed
500 g
Minced meat (beef)
4 tsps.
Mashed tomato
Salt, Pepper
Oregano, Thyme, Basil
450 g
Cream (crème fraiche)
300 ml
Milk
100 g
Grated Parmesan cheese
3 tsp.
Mixed chopped herbs
2 tsp.
Olive oil
Salt, Pepper, Nutmeg
1 tsp.
Vegetable oil to grease gratin dish
250 g
Lasagne verde
2 tbsp.
Grated Parmesan cheese
1 tbsp.
Butter
GYPSY’S ARM ROLL
Total Cooking time: 22-24 minutes
Utensils: Square tin
greaseproof paper
Bowl with lid (2 l capacity)
Ingredients - for the dough
4
125 g
125 g
1 tsp.
Eggs
Sugar
Flour
Baking powder (3 g)
Ingredients - for the topping
250 ml
1
75 g
2 tbsps.
2
2 tbsps.
Milk
Stick of cinnamon
The peel of a lemon
Sugar
Starch-flour (20 g)
Egg yolks
Icing sugar (20 g)
Preparation
1. Cut the tomatoes into slices, mix with the ham and
onion cubes, garlic, minced meat and mashed
tomato. Season and cook with the lid on for 12-14
minutes on MICROWAVE 100 P. Stir after half of
cooking time.
2. Mix the cream with the milk, Parmesan cheese,
herbs, oil and spices.
3. Preheat the oven to 230°C.
4. Grease the gratin dish and cover the bottom of
of the pasta. Put half of
the dish with about
the minced meat mixture on the pasta and pour
on some sauce. Put an additional
of the pasta
on top followed by another layer of the minced
meat mixture and some sauce, finishing with the
remaining pasta on top. Finally, cover the pasta
with lots of sauce and sprinkle with Parmesan
cheese. Place butterflakes on top and cook on
the square shelf on the shelf rail (rail 2) for 32-35
minutes on CONVECTION 230°C.
After cooking, let the lasagne stand for approx.
5-10 minutes.
Preparation
1. Cream the eggs and sugar using the hand-held
blender, until it is frothy with air bubbles. Mix the
flour and baking powder and sift over the egg and
sugar mixture, then fold in carefully. Preheat the
oven to 180°C.
2. Line the square tin with greaseproof paper, fill with
the cake mixture and bake on the shelf rail (rail 2)
for 18-20 minutes on CONVECTION 180°C. After
half of cooking time rotate the square tin by 180
degrees and press “Start”for the remaining cooking
time.
3. Turn out the cake onto a damp tea-cloth onto which
you have sprinkled sugar. Carefully remove the
greaseproof paper and immediately roll the cake
up using the tea-cloth to assist you.
4. Place 200 ml of the milk with the cinnamon stick,
lemon peel and sugar into the bowl, cover and heat
for about 2 minutes on MICROWAVE 100 P.
5. Mix the rest of the milk with the starch-flour and
the egg yolk. Take the lemon and cinnamon out
of the 200 ml of milk, and stir in the starch-flour
mixture. Cover and cook. Stir half-way through
and at the end of cooking. Cook for 2 minutes on
MICROWAVE 100 P.
6. Unroll the cake, brush on the cream mixture and
then carefully roll it up again. Dust with icing sugar.
NOTE: When using the square shelf or the square tin, rotate the square tin or the container on the square shelf
180° halfway to achieve better results.
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CARE AND CLEANING
CAUTION: DO NOT USE COMMERCIAL OVEN
CLEANERS, STEAM CLEANERS, ABRASIVE,
HARSH CLEANERS, ANY THAT CONTAIN
SODIUM HYDROXIDE OR SCOURING PADS ON
ANY PART OF YOUR MICROWAVE OVEN.
Before cleaning, make sure the oven cavity,
door, oven cabinet and accessories are
completely cool.
CLEAN THE OVEN AT REGULAR INTERVALS
AND REMOVE ANY FOOD DEPOSITS - Keep
the oven clean, or the oven could lead to
a deterioration of the surface. This could
adversely affect the life of the appliance and
possibly result in a hazardous situation.
Oven exterior
The outside of your oven can be cleaned easily with
mild soap and water. Make sure the soap is wiped
off with a moist cloth, and dry the exterior with a soft
towel.
Oven controls
Open the door before cleaning to de-activate the oven
controls. Care should be taken when cleaning the
oven control. Using a cloth dampened with water only,
gently wipe the panel until it becomes clean. Avoid
using excessive amounts of water. Do not use any sort
of chemical or abrasive cleaner.
Accessories
The accessories should be washed in a mild washing
up liquid solution and dried. They are dishwasher safe.
SPECIAL NOTE for TURNTABLE SUPPORT
After cooking, always clean the turntable support,
especially around the rollers. These must be free from
food splashes and grease. Built-up splashes or grease
may overheat and cause arcing, begin to smoke or
catch fire.
roller
Door
To remove all trace of dirt, regularly clean both sides
of the door, the door seals and adjacent parts with a
soft, damp cloth. Do not use harsh abrasive cleaners
or sharp metal scrapers to clean the oven door glass
since they can scratch the surface, which may result in
shattering of the glass.
NOTE: Keep the waveguide cover and accessories
clean at all times. If you leave grease or fat in the cavity
or accessories, it may overheat, cause arcing, smoke or
even catch fire when next using the oven.
Oven Interior
1. For cleaning, wipe any splatters or spills with a soft
damp cloth or sponge after each use while the oven
is still warm. For heavier spills, use a mild soap
and wipe several times with a damp cloth until
all residues are removed. Built-up splashes may
overheat and begin to smoke or catch fire, and
cause arcing. Do not remove the waveguide cover.
2. Make sure that mild soap or water does not
penetrate the small vents in the walls which may
cause damage to the oven.
3. Do not use spray type cleaners on the oven interior.
4. Heat up your oven regularly by using the convection
and grill, refer to “Heating without food” on page
GB-12. Remaining food or fat splashed can cause
smoke or bad smell.
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SERVICE CALL CHECK
YES _________ NO ________
YES _________ NO ________
YES _________ NO ________
YES _________ NO ________
YES _________ NO ________
YES _________ NO ________
YES _________ NO ________
YES _________ NO ________
If you answer “NO” to any of the above questions, call a Service Technician appointed by SHARP and report the
results of your check. See inside back cover for details of address.
IMPORTANT: If the display shows nothing even if the power plug is properly connected, the energy save mode
should carry on. To release it, open and then close the oven door. See page GB-8.
NOTES:
1. In 100 P, 90 P, 80 P microwave power level, output power will gradually be reduced to avoid overheating.
2. If you cook the food over the standard time with only the same cooking mode, the power of the oven will lower
automatically to avoid overheating. (The microwave power level will be reduced and the grill heating elements
will begin to light on and off.)
Cooking mode
Standard time
Grill cooking
15 min.
Dual Conv.
Micro - 15 min.
(60 P microwave power)
Dual Grill
Micro - 15 min.
(80 P microwave power)
Grill - 15 min.
3. After cooking, and opening the door, “NOW COOLING” may appear on the display. Also, when you press
the STOP button and open the door during cooking, the cooling fan will run; you may, therefore, feel air
blowing from the ventilation openings.
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PLEASE CHECK THE FOLLOWING BEFORE CALLING FOR SERVICE.
1. Power Supply
Check the power plug is properly connected to a suitable wall outlet.
Check the line fuse/circuit breaker is functioning properly.
2. When the door is opened, does the oven lamp light?
3. Place a cup of water (approx. 150 ml) in the oven and close the door securely.
Set the cooking mode to microwave cooking mode.
Programme the oven for one minute on 100 P power and start the oven.
Does the oven lamp light?
Does the turntable rotate?
NOTE: The turntable turns in either direction.
Does the ventilation work?
(Place your hand over the ventilation openings and check for air flow.)
After 1 minute does the signal sound?
Does cooking in progress indicator go off?
Is the water warm after the above operation?
4. Take the cup out of the oven and close the door.
for 3 minutes.
Set the GRILL cooking mode
After 3 minutes does the grill heating element become red?
for three minutes at 250ºC.
5. Set the CONVECTION cooking mode
Is the inside of the oven hot after 3 minutes?
WHAT ARE MICROWAVES?
Microwaves are electromagnetic waves, similar to
radio and TV-waves.
Microwaves are generated by a magnetron inside the
microwave oven and cause the water molecules in food
to vibrate. This causes friction, which in turn generates
heat, which then thaws, heats or cooks your food.
The secret of the shorter cooking time is that microwaves
enter your food from all sides. Energy is used optimally.
In comparison with a stove, the energy used on a
burner reaches the food only through the hot plate and
the cooking pot. This “detour” loses a lot of energy.
FEATURES OF MICROWAVES
microwaves do not heat these materials. Cookware is
heated only indirectly through the heat of the food.
Foods absorb microwaves and heat up.
Microwaves cannot penetrate material made of metal
because metal reflects microwaves. Therefore, objects
made of metal are not usually suitable for use in a
microwave. There are some exceptions to this rule,
where you may use this exact attribute. You might cover
certain areas of some foods with aluminum foil during
thawing or cooking. This way you can avoid areas
that are too warm or too hot or overcooked. Please
remember the following notes.
Microwaves penetrate all non-metal objects, like glass,
porcelain, ceramics, plastic, wood or paper. This is why
WHAT YOUR NEW COMBI-MICROWAVE OVEN CAN DO
MICROWAVE OPERATION
HOT AIR OPERATION
By using microwaves in your new combi-microwave
oven, you can quickly heat individual servings or
drinks, or melt butter or chocolate in a very short
time. The microwave is also exceptionally well suited
for thawing foods. In many cases it is beneficial to
combine microwaves with hot air or the grill.
This enables you to cook and brown your foods in a
short time. Compared to conventional roasting, the
cooking time is usually much shorter.
You can also use hot air without the microwaves. The
result will be just like in a conventional hot air stove.
Circulating air quickly heats the outer surfaces of your
food. Meat, for example, will stay moist and your food
will not dry out.
This sealing process ensures that your foods will stay
tasty and cook faster than regular stoves with top and
bottom heating elements.
COMBI OPERATION (MICROWAVE WITH
HOT AIR OR GRILL)
Your new microwave oven is equipped with a quartz
grill located on the ceiling of the cooking chamber. Just
like any conventional grill, it can be used without the
microwaves. You can quickly brown or grill foods. This
is especially suitable for steaks, cutlets or gratinating
foods.
By joining two different modes of operation, the benefits
of your microwave oven will improve functionality.
You may choose between
• Microwave + Hot air (ideal for roasts, poultry,
casseroles, pizza, bread and cakes) and
• Microwave + Grill (ideal for quick-fried, roasts,
poultry, chicken drum sticks, shish kabobs, cheese
toast and “au gratin”).
By using the combi operation you can cook and brown
foods simultaneously.
One benefit is that the hot air or the heat of the grill
element will quickly seal the pores of the food's outer
surface. Microwaves ensure a short cooking time.
The food will stay moist on the inside and be crunchy
brown on the outside.
GRILL OPERATION
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SUITABLE COOKWARE
COOKWARE SUITABLE FOR MICROWAVE OPERATION
MICROWAVE FOIL
CERAMIC
In general, ceramic is very suitable.
Ceramic must be glazed because
moisture can penetrated the ceramic
if it is unglazed. In a microwave
oven, this moisture will heat up and
can cause the ceramic to shatter. If
you are not sure whether your cookware is suitable for
use in a microwave, please do a suitability test. See Page
GB-32.
or heat resistant foil is suitable for covering or wrapping
foods. Please note the manufacturer’s instructions.
ROASTING BAGS
can be used in the microwave oven. Metal clips are
not suited to close such bags, as
they might cause the foil to melt.
Use kitchen string to close these
bags and pierce the bag with a
fork. Do not use foils that are not
heat resistant, e.g. cling film, in your
microwave.
METAL
Heat resistant, microwave-safe paper dishware is also
suitable. Please note the manufacturer’s instructions.
should not be used, because the microwaves cannot
penetrate it and can therefore
not reach your foods. There are
some exceptions: Narrow strips of
aluminum foil can be used to cover
parts of food, so that these parts do
not thaw or cook too fast (e.g. the
wings of a chicken).
Small metal spikes and aluminum bowls (e.g. in readyto-serve meals) can be used.
They must be small in relation to the food, e.g. the food
must fill the aluminum bowl at least
to ¾. We recommend transferring
such foods to dishes suitable for
use in a microwave. When using
aluminum bowls or other metal
dishes, you must keep a minimum
distance of about 2.0 cm to the
walls of the cooking chamber, otherwise they can be
damaged by possible sparks.
PAPER TOWELS
DO NOT USE DISHES WITH METAL PLATING,
PORCELAIN
In general, porcelain is very suitable. Be sure that your
porcelain does not contain any metal or gold or silver
plating.
PLASTIC
Heat resistant, microwave-safe
plastic ware is suitable for thawing,
heating and cooking. Please note
the manufacturer’s instructions.
PAPER DISHWARE
can be used to absorb excess
moisture in short heating processes,
e.g. for bread or breaded items. Put
the paper towel between the food
and the turning plate. The surface of
your food will stay dry and crunchy.
Covering the food with paper towels
will contain splatters from greasy foods.
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Heat-resistant glassware is very
suitable. You can obser ve the
cooking process from all sides.
It cannot contain any metal (e.g.
lead crystal) or a metal coating (e.g.
gold frame, china blue).
or metal parts, e.g. screws, bands or handles.
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GLASS AND GLASS-CERAMIC
SUITABLE COOKWARE
SUITABILITY TEST
If you are not sure whether your
dishes are suitable for the use in
a microwave, please do the
following test: Place the dish into
the microwave oven. Place a glass
vessel filled with 150 ml of water
on top of or next to the dish. Turn the microwave oven
on for 1 to 2 minutes at 100P power. If the dish stays
cool or at room-temperature, it is suitable for use in
the microwave oven. Do not use this test for plastic
dishware as it might melt.
COOKWARE SUITABLE FOR MICROWAVE
OPERATION
In general, heat resistant microwave dishes, e.g. made
of porcelain, ceramic or glass, are also suitable for the
combi operation (microwave and hot air, microwave and
grill). Please remember that the hot air or the grill will
also heat up your dish. Plastic dishware and foil are not
suitable for combi-operation. Do not use paper towels or
baking parchment. It could overheat and ignite.
METAL
should not be used. Exceptions are coated backing
pans, which allow the outer surface of the food, e.g.
bread or cakes, to brown. Please remember the notes
for cookware suitable for microwave operation. If
sparks develop, put heat resistant insulating material,
e.g. small porcelain plate, between the metal object
and the grill. If sparks develop, do not use such
materials for cooking in COMBI OPERATION
COOKWARE SUITABLE FOR HOT AIR AND
GRILL OPERATION
For cooking with hot air or grill without microwave
operation, you may use any dish that is suitable for use
in a conventional stove or grill.
TIPS AND TECHNIQUES
BEFORE YOU BEGIN…
To make the use of your microwave as easy as possible,
please read the following notes and tips: Only turn your
microwave on when food is placed inside the cooking
chamber.
ENTER THE TIME
Times for thawing, heating and cooking are usually
much shorter than in a conventional stove or oven.
Please adhere to the times recommended in this
cookbook. You should enter a shorter time rather than a
longer one. After cooking, test for doneness. It is better
to add some time after testing for doneness than to
overcook the food.
INITIAL TEMPERATURE
The time required to thaw, heat or cook a food are
dependent on the initial temperature of the food. Frozen
or refrigerated foods, for example, require a longer
heating time than foods at room temperature.
For heating and cooking of foods, we assume normal
storage temperature (refrigerator temperature, about
5°C, room temperature about 20°C). We assume a
temperature of -18°C for thawing frozen foods.
Popcorn must only be made in special popcorn
containers suitable for use in microwave. Adhere
exactly to the manufacturer’s instructions. Do not use
regular paper containers or glass
cookware.
Do not cook Eggs in their shell.
Pressure will build inside the shell,
which could lead to an explosion of
the egg. Pierce the egg yellow with
a fork prior to cooking.
Do not heat oil or grease used
for frying in the microwave. The oil
temperature cannot be controlled.
The oil could splatter.
Do not heat closed vessels, like
jars or cans. The pressure could
cause such vessels to explode. (Exception: Canning/
Preserves).
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TIPS AND TECHNIQUES
TABLE: DETERMINING COOKING TIME
WITH A FOOD THERMOMETER
Drink/Food
SALT, SPICES AND HERBS
Foods cooked in the microwave retain their flavor
better than foods cooked by conventional methods. Use
salt sparingly and salt your foods only after cooking.
Salt will retain fluid and dry out the surface. Herbs and
spices can be used as usual.
TEST FOR DONENESS:
Foods can be tested for doneness just like when used
with conventional methods:
• Food thermometer: After cooking or heating,
every food has a certain interior temperature.
This temperature can be measured with a food
thermometer.
• Fork: Fish can be tested with a fork. If the fish meat
is no longer translucent and easily detaches from the
fish bones, the meat is done. If it is overdone, it is
dry and tough.
• Wood picks: Cake and bread can be tested for
doneness by using a wooden pick. Insert the wood
stick and pull it out. If it remains clean and dry, the
food is done.
DETERMINING COOKING TIME WITH A
FOOD THERMOMETER
When food is cooked, every drink and every food
has a certain interior temperature, which indicates
that the food is done and the result will be good. You
can measure this interior temperature with a food
thermometer. The most important temperatures are listed
in the temperature table.
Interior temperature Interior temperature
after cooking time
10 to 15 minutes
is completed
of standing time
Heat drinks
(Coffee, Water, Tea, etc.)
65-75°C
Heat milk
75-80°C
Heat soups
75-80°C
Heat stews
75-80°C
Poultry
80-85°C
85-90°C
Lamb
Roasted pink
70°C
70-75°C
Well-done
75-80°C
80-85°C
Rare
50-55°C
55-60°C
Medium
60-65°C
65-70°C
Well-done
75-80°C
80-85°C
80-85°C
80-85°C
Roast beef
Pork and veal
ADDING WATER
Vegetables and other foods with high water content
can be cooked in their own fluid or with very little
additional water. Many vitamins and minerals will
remain in the food.
FOODS WITH SKIN OR SHELL
like sausage, chicken, chicken drum sticks, potatoes,
tomatoes, apples, egg yolk or similar should be pierced
with a fork or a wooden pick.
Steam can release without shattering the skin or shell.
GREASY FOODS
Marbled meat and outer, fatty parts cook faster than
lean meat. Cover such parts with aluminum foil or place
them with the fatty side down.
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are guidelines, which vary depending on initial
temperature, weight and consistency (water or oil
content, etc.) of the foods.
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ALL STATED TIMES…
TIPS AND TECHNIQUES
BLANCH VEGETABLES
IRREGULAR SHAPED FOODS
Vegetables should be blanched prior to freezing. This
retains the quality and aroma of the food. Process:
Wash and cut the vegetable. Put 250 g vegetables
and 275 ml water into a bowl, cover and heat for 3-5
minutes. Put blanched foods immediately into ice water
to stop the foods from cooking and allow to drip dry.
Seal the blanched vegetables in an airtight container
and freeze.
should be placed with the thicker or
more compact side to the outside.
Vegetables (e.g. Broccoli) should
be placed with the stems toward the
outside. Thicker parts will require a
longer cooking time and will receive
more microwave energy when
placed on the outside. The food will be cooked more
evenly.
PRESERVING FRUIT AND VEGETABLES
Preserving fruits and vegetables
using your microwave is quick and
easy. Special jars, sealing rings and
clamps suitable for microwave use
are available. The manufacturers
will supply detailed user instructions.
STIRRING
Foods must be stirred, because microwaves reach
the outer areas first. Stirring will
even the temperature and the
food will be more evenly heated.
SMALL AND LARGE AMOUNTS
The microwave times are dependent on the amount
of food you thaw, heat or cook. This means that small
portions will be done faster than large ones. A basic
rule is:
DOUBLE THE AMOUNT = ALMOST DOUBLE THE TIME
HALF THE AMOUNT = HALF THE TIME
HIGH AND FLAT CONTAINERS
Both containers will have the same capacity, but
cooking will take longer in the high container than in
the flat one. We recommend that
you use flat containers with a large
surface whenever possible. Use high
containers only for foods that might
boil over, e.g. noodles, rice, milk,
etc.
ROUND AND OVAL CONTAINERS
Foods in round or oval containers cook more evenly
than foods in square containers, because the microwave
energy concentrates in corners. The food located in the
corner will overcook.
COVERS
Covering your food will help retain moisture and
shorten the cooking time. Use a lid, microwave foil
or a cover cap. Foods that should
develop a crust, e.g. roast or
chicken, should not be covered.
Follow this rule: If it should be
covered when using a conventional
stove, it should be covered in the
microwave. If it is cooked uncovered
on a conventional stove, it should also be cooked
uncovered in the microwave.
ARRANGEMENT
Several individual portions, e.g. pudding molds, cups
or potatoes, should be placed in a ring-shape on the
turntable. Leave some space between portions, so that
the microwave energy will penetrate the food from all
sides.
TURNING
Medium size parts, like mincemeat and steaks, should
be turned over once during the cooking process to
shorten the cooking time. Large pieces, like roast and
chicken, should be turned over because the topside will
receive more microwave energy than the bottom side, it
could dry out if it is not turned.
STANDING TIME
Allowing standing time is one of the most important
rules of microwave cooking. Almost
all foods thawed, heated or cooked
in the microwave require a short or
longer standing time, which allows
the equalization of temperature.
Fluids then can evenly flow through
the food.
GB-34
• All times are listed for foods at a room temperature
of 20°C. The heating time will increase slightly for
foods at refrigerator temperatures.
• Allow foods to stand for 1-2 minutes after heating
to allow the temperature to even out throughout the
food (standing time).
• All times are guidelines and can vary depending on
initial temperature, weight, water content, fat content
and the desired final state of the food.
THAWING
TURNING/STIRRING
The microwave is ideal for thawing foods. Time
required for thawing is usually much shorter than when
thawing foods with conventional methods.
Some tips.
Remove the frozen food from its wrapping and put it on
a plate.
Almost all foods must be turned or
stirred once. Parts sticking to each
other should be separated as soon
as possible and rearranged.
WRAPPING AND CONTAINERS
SMALLER AMOUNTS…
Wrappings and containers suitable for use in
microwave and also freezing (up to about - 40°C) and
heat resistant (up to about 220°C) are very appropriate
for thawing and heating foods. You can use such
material for thawing, heating and cooking without
having to transfer the food to other containers.
twill thaw more evenly and quicker than large amounts.
We recommend that you freeze your food in small
portions. You can quickly and easily create a whole
menu.
COVERS
Thinner parts should be covered
with aluminum foil during thawing.
Thawed or warm parts should also
be covered with aluminum foil. This
prevents that thin parts overheat
while thick parts are still frozen.
THE MICROWAVE POWER…
should be set lower rather than higher. This helps you
achieve even thawing. If the microwave power is too
high, the food surface will be cooked while the interior
of the food is still frozen.
DELICATE FOODS,
like tortes, cream, cheese and bread should not be
completely thawed. Only the outer surface should
be thawed, the rest of the food should thaw at room
temperature. This will avoid outer surfaces overheating
while inner parts are still frozen.
STANDING TIME…
after thawing food is very important, because the
thawing process is finished during this time. In the
thawing table you can find standing times for various
foods. Thick, compact foods will require a longer
standing time than flat or porous foods. If the food is
not sufficiently thawed, you can keep thawing it in the
microwave or extend the standing time correspondingly.
After standing time, foods should be processed as soon
as possible and not refrozen.
GB-35
ENGLISH
• Ready-to-eat meals in aluminum containers should be
removed from the container and heated on a plate
or a bowl.
• Foods should be covered with microwave foil, plates
or cover caps (sold in stores) to prevent the surface
from drying out. Drinks should not be covered.
• Remove the lid of tightly closed containers. When
cooking fluids like water, coffee, tea or milk, insert a
glass stick into the container.
• If possible, stir larger amounts occasionally to even
the temperature.
ESPAÑOL
HEATING
THAWING AND COOKING
In a microwave oven, frozen meals can be thawed and
cooked in one process. The table will show you some
examples. (See Page GB-38.)
Also remember the general notes on “Heating” and
“Thawing” of foods.
To prepare commercially available frozen meals, please
follow the manufacturers instructions as indicated on the
package. Usually, the exact cooking times and notes for
the preparation in a microwave are listed.
COOKING OF MEAT, FISH AND POULTRY
• When shopping, make sure that all pieces are as
even as possible. This will ensure a good cooking
result.
• Thoroughly wash meat, fish and poultry in cold,
running water and dry with a paper towel prior to
preparation. Process as usual.
• Beef should be well hung and with few tendons.
• The cooking result can vary even with similar size
meat pieces. This is, in part, due to the type of food,
various fat and water content and also the initial
temperature.
• Larger meat, fish and poultry pieces should be
turned once during cooking to ensure more even
cooking on all sides.
• After cooking, cover roasts with aluminum foil and
let it stand for about 10 minutes (standing time). The
roast will continue to cook during this time, i.e. fluid
will be evenly distributed, so that less moisture is lost
when cutting.
COOKING FRESH VEGETABLES
• When shopping, make sure that all pieces are as
even as possible. This is very important if you’d like
to cook the vegetables in one piece (e.g. potatoes).
• Wash and clean vegetables prior to preparation,
then measure and cut the amount required for your
recipe.
• Season the food like usual, but salt your foods only
after cooking.
• Add about 5 tablespoons of water for each 500 g
of vegetables. Fibrous vegetables will require more
water.
• Vegetables are usually cooked in a covered bowl.
Vegetables with a high water content, e.g. onions or
potatoes, can be cooked in a microwave foil without
any additional water.
• Stir or turn the vegetable once while cooking.
• After cooking, allow the vegetables to stand for
about 2 minutes, so that the temperature will
distribute evenly (standing time).
• All times are guidelines and can vary depending on
initial temperature, weight and the consistency of
the vegetable. The cooking time will be shorter the
fresher the vegetables are.
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LEGEND
LEGEND
ESPAÑOL
MICROWAVE OPERATION
Your microwave has 11 power levels.
You should select the microwave power
according to the guidelines in this cookbook.
In general, follow the recommendations on
page GB-10.
GRILL OPERATION
Multifunctional use for gratinating or grilled
fish, meat and poultry.
ENGLISH
HOT AIR OPERATION (CONVECTION)
You may select between 10 Hot Air levels
(40°C - 250°C).
COMBI OPERATION (DUAL CONV.)
MICROWAVE AND HOT AIR
This type of operation allows you to
combine the various microwave power
levels 10P to 60P with a desired Hot Air
temperature (40°C - 250°C).
COMBI OPERATION (DUAL GRILL)
MICROWAVE AND GRILL
This type of operation allows you to
combine the various microwave power
levels 10P to 80P with the Grill.
ABBREVIATIONS
P = Percentage
tbsp = tablespoon
g = gram
pck = package
tsp = teaspoon
l = Liter
sec = seconds
Cup = cupful
ml = milliliter
DF = deep frozen
min = minutes
cm = centimeter
DFC = dry fat content
kg = kilogram
dm. = diameter
approx. = approximate
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TABLES
TABLE: THAWING WITH MICROWAVE
Foods
Amount
-g-
Power
level
Sausages
300
30 P
Deli meat
200
30 P
2-4
Whole fish
700
30 P
9-11
Crab
300
30 P
4-6
Turn after ½ of thawing time, remove thawed parts
Fish filet
400
30 P
5-7
Turn after ½ of the thawing time
Whole bread
Thawing time Process notes
-Min3½-4
Standing
-Min-
Place next to each other, turn after ½ of the
thawing time
5-10
Remove the outermost slices after 1 minute each
Turn after ½ of the thawing time
5
30-60
5
5-10
1000
30 P
8-10
Turn after ½ of the thawing time
Cream
200
30 P
2+2
Remove lid: after 2 min. of thawing time put
into a bowl and thaw further
15
Butter
250
30 P
2-3
Thaw only for short time
Fruit such as
strawberries, raspberries,
cherries, plums
250
30 P
2-4
Place evenly next to each other, turn after ½ of the
thawing time
5-10
15
5
To thaw poultry, chicken drumsticks, cutlets, steaks, roast, mincemeat, sliced bread and cream tortes, please use the automatic
thawing program.
TABLE: THAWING AND COOKING
Foods
Fish filet e.g. Filet
“Bordelaise”
Trout, 1 piece
Amount
-g-
Setting
Power Cooking Water Process notes
-Min- addition
level
Standing
-Min-
400
100 P
10-12
-
Remove from package, put into a casserole
dish and cover with microwave foil
1-2
1-2
250-300
100 P
5-6
-
Cover
Single serving plate
400
100 P
6-8
-
Cover, stir after 5 minutes
Vegetables
300
100 P
6½-8
5 tbsp
Cover, stir after ½ of cooking time
2
Vegetables
450
100 P
8-10
5 tbsp
Cover, stir after ½ of cooking time
2
Foods
Amount
-g-
Power
level
Thawing time
-Min-
300
500
100 P
100 P
5-7
8-10
2
TABLE: COOKING FRESH VEGETABLES
Vegetables
(e.g. Cauliflower, leek,
fennel, broccoli, bell
peppers, zucchini)
GB-38
Process notes
Prepare as usual, cover and stir
occasionally
Water amount
-Tbsp5
5
TABLES
TABLE: HEATING DRINKS AND FOODS
Power
level
Time
-Min-
Drink 1 cup
150
100 P
½-1
Single serving plate
(Vegetables, meat and side dishes)
400
100 P
2½-4
Process notes
Do not cover
Drip water onto sauce, cover,
stir occasionally
Stew, soup
200
100 P
1-2
Side dishes
200
100 P
approx.1½
Drip water onto food, cover,
stir occasionally
Drip water onto food, cover
Meat, 1 slice
Cover, stir after heating
200
100 P
approx.2
Sausages, 2 pieces
180
40 P
2-2½
Baby food, 1 jar
190
40 P
½-1
1
Melt margarine or Butter
1
Melt chocolate
Dissolve 6 sheets of gelatin
1
ESPAÑOL
Amount
-g/ml-
Pierce the skin several times
Remove lid, stir well after heating and test the
temperature
50
100 P
approx. ½
100
40 P
approx.3
10
40 P
½-1
Cover
Stir occasionally
Soak in water, squeeze dry and put into a soup
bowl. Stir occasionally
at refrigerator temperature.
TABLE: ROASTING MEAT AND POULTRY
Meat and
poultry
Roasts
Amount Setting
-g500
(pork, veal,
lamb)
1000
1500
Roast beef
1000
medium
1500
Meat loaf
1000
Power level/
temp
Cooking
-Min-
Process notes
Standing
-Min-
50 P/160°C
8-10 (*)
Season as desired, put onto the lowest
50 P/160°C
8-10
grill, turn after (*)
50 P/130°C
17-20 (*)
50 P/130°C
14-16
50 P/130°C
28-32 (*)
50 P/130°C
23-27
30 P/200°C
17-19 (*)
Season as desired, put onto the lowest
30 P/200°C
6-8
grill, position with fatty side down turn
30 P/200°C
25-27 (*)
after (*)
10
30 P/200°C
13-15
60 P/230°C
21-23
Prepare meat for meatloaf (half pork/half
10
5
10
10
10
beef), lay flat into acasserole dish, and
cook on the lowest grill rack.
Chicken
1200
30 P/220°C
17-20 (*)
Pierce the chicken skin, season with oil,
30 P/220°C
17-20
paprika, salt and pepper, position with
3
breast side down onto the lowest grill
rack, turn after (*)
Chicken
drumsticks
600
10 P/230°C
11-13 (*)
Pierce the chicken skin, season with oil,
10 P/230°C
9-11
paprika, salt and pepper, position with
skin side down onto the lowest grill rack,
turn after (*)
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ENGLISH
Drink/Foods
TABLES
TABLE: GRILLING, GRATINATING
Dish
Amount
-g-
Setting
Power
level
Cooking
-Min-
Process notes
Standing
-Min-
Steaks 2 pieces
400
7-9 (*)
4-6
Position onto the highest grill rack, turn
after (*), season after grilling is done
2
Lamb cutlets
2 pieces
300
9-12
6-8
Position onto the highest grill rack, turn
after (*), season after grilling is done
2
Grill sausages
400
7-9 (*)
5-6
Position onto the highest grill rack, turn
after (*)
2
10-14
Position casserole dish onto the lowest
grill rack
10
½
5-7
Toast and butter the bread, add one slice of
ham, one slice of pineapple and one slice of
melting cheese. Place slice of cheese in the
center and position onto the highest grill rack
Gratinating
Cheese toast
4 pieces
50 P
TABLE: HEATING FROZEN SNACKS
Frozen snacks
Amount
-g-
Setting
Power level/
temp
Cooking
-Min-
Process notes
Place into a flat casserole dish, position onto
the highest grill rack, turn after (*)
French fries (normal)
250
60 P
4-5
2-4 (*)
3-4
(thin)
250
60 P
3-4
3-5 (*)
3-4
“Stone oven” pizza
(thin base, pre-baked)
300-400
20 P/220°C
10-12
Preheat to 220°C
Position onto the highest grill rack
American pizza
(thick base, pre-baked)
400-500
30 P/220°C
9-11
Preheat to 220°C
Position onto the highest grill rack
250
20 P/230°C
8-10
Position onto the highest grill rack
Baguette sandwiches
approx.2
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RECIPES
● For combi operation
In general, the same rules apply as for microwave
operation. Additionally, please remember the following
notes.
1. Use the recipes in this cookbook as a guideline
when selecting the Hot Air temperature. The
temperature should not be too high even for long
cooking times, since the foods will brown too much
on the outside while still being raw on the inside.
2. The microwave power should correspond to the
type of food and the cooking time. Use the recipes
in this cookbook as a guideline.
3. If you prepare foods using the combi microwavegrill operation, you should observe the following:
For large, big foods, e.g. pork roast, the microwave
time is correspondingly longer than for small, flat
foods. It is exactly opposite when using the grill.
The closer the food is located to the grill, the faster
it will brown. This means that when you prepare
large pieces of roast in the combi operation, the
grill time might be shorter than for smaller pieces of
roast.
4. For cooking in combi operation or with hot air only,
the lowest grill rack is usually used. Use the highest
grill rack for grilling, to achieve a faster and more
even browning (exception: large, big foods and
casseroles should be grilled on the lowest grill
rack).
USING THESE RECIPES
● All recipes in this cookbook will make – unless
otherwise noted – 4 portions.
● Recommendations for suitable dishware and the
total cooking time can be found at the beginning of
each recipe.
● If the use of the lowest or highest rack is indicated in
the recipe, please use exclusively the round racks.
● Usually the recipes will result in ready-to-eat amounts
of food, unless another amount is specifically noted.
● All eggs listed in these recipes have a weight of
GB-41
about 55 g (weight class M)
ENGLISH
● For microwave operation
If you’d like to modify your favorite recipes to use a
microwave, you should note the following:
Shorten cooking time by or ½. Use the recipes in this
cookbook as a guideline.
Foods with a high water content, like fish, meat,
poultry, vegetables, fruit, stews and soups, can easily
be prepared in the microwave. When cooking foods
with a low water content, like plate servings, the
food surface should be moistened with water prior to
cooking or heating.
When adding fluids to raw foods that should be
steamed, reduce the amount of fluid listed in the
original recipe to . If necessary, add more fluid
during cooking.
The addition of cooking fat can be greatly reduced. A
small amount of butter, margarine or oil is sufficient to
add flavor to your foods. The microwave is therefore
great for preparing low-fat foods for dieting.
ESPAÑOL
MODIFICATION OF CONVENTIONAL RECIPES
Recipes
Appetizers and Snacks
Germany
Italy
Mushroom on toast
Pizza Artichoke
“Champignontoast”
“Pizza ai carciofi”
Total cooking time: approx. 3-4 minutes
Utensils:
High rack
Total cooking time: approx. 20-24 minutes
Utensils:
Pizza pan (dm. approx. 30 cm)
Ingredients
Ingredients
2
2
4
75
75
4
tbsps
g
g
tsps
Butter or margarine
Garlic cloves, crushed
Bread slices
Mushrooms, in slices, salt, pepper
Shredded cheese
Parsley, finely chopped, paprika
Preparation
1. Mix butter, garlic and salt.
2. Toast the bread slices and butter with garlic-butter
mixture. Put mushrooms on top and season with salt
and pepper.
3. Mix the cheese and parsley and add on top of the
mushrooms. Season with paprika.
4. Place the toasts onto the high rack and bake.
3-4 Min.
15
½
1
120
200
½
1
300
50
70
120
1
10
100 g
Swiss Cheese Pie
“Schweizer Käsewähe“
20 Min.
Total cooking time: approx. 32-36 minutes
Utensils:
Round baking or quiche dish
(dm. approx. 30-32 cm)
g
g
tbsps
ml
g
tsp
Flour
Butter or margarine
Water
Salt
Butter or margarine to grease the pan
Onion (50 g), finely chopped
Shredded Emmentaler cheese
Shredded Gruyere cheese
Flour (40g)
Eggs
Milk
Yoghurt, low fat
Salt
Nutmeg
Preparation
1. Mix flour, butter, water and salt. Roll dough onto
a floured surface. Grease the pan, put the dough
evenly into the pan and pull up around the edge.
Pierce with fork several times.
2. Position the pan onto the low rack, pre-bake the
dough.
12-14 Min.
40 P/230°C
3. Mix onion with cheese and flour. Mix eggs, milk,
yoghurt and spices. Add the cheese mixture.
4. Evenly distribute the filling on the dough. Place the
pan onto the low rack and bake.
20-22 Min.
40°C
4. Slice the tomatoes, quarter the salami and ham
slices and the artichoke hearts.
5. Grease the pizza pan with oil. Roll out the yeast
dough, put into the pizza pan and put tomatoes on
top. Season as desired, add all other ingredients.
Add olives and top with shredded cheese.
6. Bake the pizza on the low rack in the pre-heated
microwave oven.
Ingredients
g
g
ml
tsp
tsp
Yeast, fresh, or
Dry yeast (4 g)
Sugar
lukewarm water
Flour
Salt
Olive oil
Tomatoes from a jar, drip-dried
Salami, in slices
Ham, in slices
Artichoke hearts from a jar
Olive oil to grease the pan.
Basil, oregano, thyme, salt and pepper
Olives
Shredded Emmentaler cheese
Preparation
1. Dissolve yeast and sugar in lukewarm water.
2. Put flour into a bowl, make a small depression in
the center. Add yeast mixture into this depression
and slowly stir. Add salt and oil. Thoroughly knead
dough.
3. Cover the dough with heat resistant foil or a moist
kitchen towel, let rise.
30 P
Switzerland
250
120
80
1
1
1
170
170
4
3
270
120
1
g
pck.
pinch
ml
g
tsp
tbsp
g
g
g
g
tsp
30 P/230°C
GB-42
10-12 Min.
40 P/230°C
10-12 Min.
230°C
Recipes
Appetizers and Snacks
Austria
Sausages in Crust
Makes 8 servings
approx. ½ Min.
Total cooking time: approx. 25-27 minutes
Utensils:
Baking pan (dm. approx. 30 cm)
greaseproof paper
7-9 Min.
Small Sausages (each 50 g)
Puff pastry, frozen
Egg Yolk
Some Water
Salt
Cumin
Preparation
1. Pierce the sausage skin several times.
2. Thaw the puff pastr y according to package
directions, roll out thinly. Cut the dough into 8
squares; roll up one sausage in each square.
3. Thin the egg yolk with a little water. Brush the puff
pastry rolls with this mixture, sprinkle with salt and
cumin.
4. Cover the baking pan with greaseproof paper, put
the dough rolls on top and bake on the low rack in
the pre-heated microwave oven.
25-27 Min.
230°C
Spain
Mushrooms with Rosemary
France
Quiche with Shrimp
“Quiche aux crevettes”
Total cooking time: approx. 25-30½ minutes
Utensils:
round baking or quiche dish
(dm. approx. 26 cm)
Bowl with cover (2 l contents)
Ingredients
100
60
2
1
2
100
100
2
2
100
g
g
tbsps
tsp
g
g
tbsps
ml
“Champiƒ ones rellenos al romero”
Total cooking time: 11½-16½ minutes
Utensils:
Bowl with cover (1 l contents), flat,
round casserole dish
(dm. approx. 26 cm), microwave foil
Ingredients
8
2 tbsps
1
50 g
125 ml
125 ml
2 tbsps
Large mushrooms (about 500 g), whole
Butter or margarine (20 g)
Onion (50 g), finely chopped
Ham, finely diced,
Black pepper, ground rosemary,
Dry white wine
heavy whipping cream
Flour (20 g)
Preparation
1. Mix flour, butter, water and salt, let stand in cool
place for 30 minutes.
2. Grease the pan. Roll out the dough and place into
the pan, pierce with a fork several times and prebake.
100 P
3. Distribute the butter evenly in the bowl. Add onions,
bacon and shrimps to the bowl. Cover and cook.
Stir once.
3-5 Min.
100 P
Drain fluid after cooling.
4. Mix eggs, sour cream and spices.
5. Mix all other ingredients and distribute on the
quiche dough. Place onto the low rack and cook.
100 P
15-17 Min.
Let cool.
3. In a covered casserole dish, heat 100 ml. Wine
and the Heavy whipping cream.
1-2 Min.
1 tbsp
Flour
Butter or margarine
Cold water
Butter or margarine to grease the pan
Onion (100 g), finely chopped
Bacon (2 slices), finely diced
Shelled Shrimp
Butter or margarine (20 g)
Eggs
Sour cream
Salt and pepper
Nutmeg
Parsley, chopped
4-5 Min.
Preparation
1. Remove stems from mushrooms, finely chop the
stems.
2. Add butter to the bowl and distribute evenly on
the bottom of the bowl. Add onions, diced ham
and mushroom stems, season with pepper and
rosemary, cover and cook.
3-5 Min.
30 P
After cooking, let the mushrooms stand for about 2
minutes.
ESPAÑOL
Ingredients
8
300 g
1
100 P
5. Fill the mushroom caps with the ham mixture, place
into the sauce and bake on the high rack.
20 P/230°C
3-3½ Min.
6. Sprinkle parsley on top prior to serving.
100 P
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ENGLISH
“Würstchen im Teigmantel“
4. Mix the rest of the wine and the flour to make a thin
dough, add the hot liquid, cover and cook.
Stir once.
Recipes
Soups
Sweden
Preparation
1. Add butter and onions to the bowl, cover and
steam.
Crab soup
“Kräftsoppa”
1-2 Min.
Total cooking time: approx. 11-15 minutes
Utensils:
Bowl with cover (2 l contents)
Ingredients
1
50
2
500
100
100
200
½
3
g
tbsps
ml
ml
ml
g
3 tbsps
100 ml
1 tbsp
Onion (50 g), finely chopped
Carrots, in slices
Butter or margarine (20 g)
Meat broth
White wine
Madeira
Crabmeat from a jar
Bay leaf
White pepper corns
Thyme
Flour (30 g)
heavy whipping cream
Butter or margarine
40 P
3. Remove the bay leaf and peppercorns from the
soup. Mix the flour with a little bit of cold water and
add to the soup. Add the Heavy whipping cream,
stir and reheat.
2-3 Min.
100 P
20-22 Min.
40 P
Netherlands
Mushroomsoup
“Champignonsoep”
100 P
2. Add the meat broth, wine, Madeira, crabmeat and
spices to the vegetables. Cover and cook.
7-9 Min.
9-11 Min.
3. Cut the sausages into small pieces, add to soup
during the last 5 minutes of cooking time.
4. After cooking, let the soup stand for about 5
minutes. Remove the bones from the soup.
Preparation
1. Put vegetables and butter or margarine into the
bowl, cover and heat.
2-3 Min.
100 P
Total cooking time: approx. 10-13 minutes
Utensils:
Bowl with cover (2 l contents)
Ingredients
200
1
300
300
2½
2½
g
ml
ml
tbsps
tbsps
150 g
4. Stir the soup and let stand for about 5 minutes. Add
butter just prior to serving.
Mushrooms, in slices,
Onion (50 g), finely chopped
Meat stock
Heavy whipping cream
Flour (25 g)
Butter or margarine (25 g),
Salt, Pepper
Cream (Crème Fraiche)
Preparation
1. Put vegetables and meat stock into a bowl, cover
and heat.
7-9 Min.
Switzerland
Barley soup from the Grisons Canton
“Bündner Gerstensuppe”
Total cooking time: approx. 30-35 minutes
Utensils:
Bowl with cover (2 l contents)
Ingredients
2
1
1-2
15
1
3
200
50
50
700
4
tbsps
g
g
g
g
ml
100 P
2. Put vegetables into the bowl. Add bones, ham
slices and barley, fill with meat broth. Season with
pepper, cover and cook.
100 P
2. Puree all ingredients with a blender. Add heavy
whipping cream.
3. Knead the flour and butter into dough and mix into
the mushroom soup until smooth. Season with salt
and pepper, cover and continue to cook.
3-4 Min.
100 P
4. After cooking stir in crème fraiche, if desired.
Butter or margarine (20 g)
Onion (50 g), finely chopped
Carrots (130 g), in slices
Celery, diced
Leek (130 g), sliced in rings
White cabbage leaves (100 g), sliced
Veal bones
Marbeled ham, sliced
Barley seeds
Meat broth
Pepper
Wiener sausages (300 g)
GB-44
Recipes
Soups
Meat, Fish and Poultry
Spain
Germany
Potato cream soup
Meat Kebab
“Crema de patata”
“Bunte Fleischspieße”
Total cooking time: approx. 16-22 minutes
Utensils:
Two bowls with cover (2 l contents)
Total cooking time: approx. 17-20 minutes
Utensils:
High rack
Four wooden sticks (approx. 25 cm
long)
Ingredients
ml
tbsps
tbsps
3 tbsps
Meat broth
Celery, diced
Onion (50 g), finely chopped
Bay leaf
Milk
Butter or margarine (20-30 g)
Flour (20 g), Salt, Pepper
Nutmeg, powdered
Cream (Crème Fraiche)
Ingredients
400
100
2
4
½
3
4
Preparation
1. Add broth, potatoes, onion and bay leaf to a bowl.
Cover and cook.
8-10 Min.
100 P
2. Remove the bay leaf; puree all ingredients with a
blender.
3. Heat the milk.
3-5 Min.
100 P
4. Mix butter and flour and add to milk.
5. Add potatoes mixture, spices and cream. Cover
and cook, stirring occasionally.
5-7 Min.
100 P
g
g
tbsps
tsps
1 tsp
1 tsp
escalope of pork
Bacon
Onions (100 g), quartered
Tomatoes (250 g), quartered
Green bell peppers (100 g) divided into eights
Oil
Paprika
Salt
Cayenne pepper
Worcester sauce
Preparation
1. Cut the escalope of pork and bacon into 2-3 cm
large dices.
2. Alternate meat and vegetables and place onto the
four wooden sticks.
3. Mix oil and spices, cover sticks with the oil mixture.
Place the kebabs onto the high rack and bake. Turn
the kebabs after of the cooking time.
17-20 Min.
40 P
4. After cooking, let the sticks stand for about 2
minutes.
France
Italy
Onion soup
Lamb cutlets with herb butter
“Soupe á l’oignon et au fromage”
“Costolette di agnello al burro verde”
Total cooking time: approx. 15-19 minutes
Utensils:
Bowl with cover (2 l contents)
4 soup bowls (each 200 ml)
Total cooking time: approx. 22-27 minutes
Utensils:
High rack
Ingredients
1-2 tbsps
1
50 g
2 tbsps
Ingredients
1 tbsp
2
800 ml
2
4 tbsps
Butter or margarine
Onions (100 g), in slices
Meat broth
Salt, pepper
Toast slices
Shredded cheese (40 g)
8
Preparation
1. Distribute the butter evenly in the bowl. Add onion
slices, meat broth and spices, cover and cook.
9-11 Min.
100 P
2. Toast the bread slices, dice them and distribute
evenly among the soup bowls. Pour soup over toast
cubes, top with shredded cheese.
3. Place the soup bowls onto the high rack and bake.
Parsley, finely chopped
Garlic clove, crushed
Soft butter
Dry white wine
Pepper, fresh ground
Lamb cutlets (each 100 g)
Salt
Preparation
1. Mix parsley, garlic and butter. Slowly add wine,
season with pepper.
2. Wash cutlets, pat dry, slightly cut with a sharp knife
on the thickest part. Put herb butter mixture into this
opening. Cover the cutlets with the rest of the herbbutter mixture.
3. Place the cutlets onto the high rack and bake.
14-16 Min.
Turn over.
8-11 Min.
6-8 Min.
4. Salt after grilling, let stand for about 2 minutes.
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ESPAÑOL
ml
g
ENGLISH
300
300
1
1
500
2-3
2
Recipes
Meat, Fish and Poultry
Spain
Greece
Stuffed Ham
Aubergines stuffed with minced meat
“Jamón relleno”
“Melitsánes jemistés mé kimú”
Total cooking time: approx. 13½-17 minutes
Utensils:
Bowl with cover (2 l contents)
Flat, oval, casserole dish
(approx. 32 cm long)
Total cooking time: approx. 18-20 minutes
Utensils:
Bowl with cover (1 l contents)
Flat, oval casserole dish with cover
(approx. 30 cm long)
Ingredients
Ingredients
150 g
150 g
50 g
8
125
125
2
2
1
ml
ml
tbsps
tbsps
tsp
Leaf spinach, stems removed
Curd, 20 % D.m.f.c.
Shredded Emmentaler Cheese
Pepper
Paprika
Dry yeast (400 g)
Water
heavy whipping cream
Flour (20 g)
Butter or margarine (20 g)
Butter or margarine to grease the pan
2
3
1 tsp
2
4
200 g
2
2 tbsps
Preparation
1. Finely cut the spinach; mix with curd and cheese,
season to taste.
2. Place one tablespoon of filling onto each slice of
ham, roll ham up. Secure with a wooden stick.
3. Prepare a béchamel sauce. Add the fluid into the
bowl. Cover and cook.
approx. 2 Min.
100 P
4. Mix butter and flour, add to fluid, stir with a wire
whisk until smooth. Cover, cook and wait until it
solidifies slightly.
approx. ½-1 Min.
Preparation
1. Cut the aubergines in half lengthwise. Remove the
flesh with a teaspoon, leaving an edge about 1 cm
thick. Season the aubergine with salt. Dice the
flesh.
2. Remove skin from two tomatoes, remove stem
remnants, dice.
3. Grease the bottom of the bowl with olive oil, add
onions, cover and steam.
approx. 2 Min.
100 P
Stir the soup and season to taste.
5. Place the ham rolls into the greased casserole dish,
pour the sauce over it, cook on the low rack.
11-14 Min.
60 g
1 tsp
Aubergines, without stalks (each about 250 g)
Salt
Tomatoes (approx. 200 g)
Olive oil to grease the pan
Onion (100 g), finely chopped
Mild, green peppers
Mincemeat (beef or lamb)
Garlic clove, crushed
Parsley, chopped
Salt
Pepper
Rose paprika
Greek feta cheese, diced
Olive oil to grease the pan
60 P
After cooking, let the ham rolls stand for about 2
minutes.
Tip:
You can also use a commercially available
béchamel sauce.
100 P
4. Remove stems of peppers, core and slice into rings.
Set aside for garnish. Mix mincemeat, aubergine,
onion, tomato dice, pepper rings, crushed garlic
and parsley.
5. Pat the aubergines dry. Fill half of the mincemeat
mixture into the aubergine, cover with feta cheese,
add the rest of the filing.
6. Garnish the aubergine halves with the tomato slices
and pepper rings, place into the greased casserole
dish, put onto the low rack and bake.
16-18 Min.
60 P
After cooking, let the aubergines stand for about 2
minutes.
Tip:
You can also use zucchini instead of aubergine.
GB-46
Recipes
Meat, Fish and Poultry
China
Preparation
1. Cut the fillet into finger thick strips.
2. Distribute the butter evenly in the bowl. Put
vegetables and meat into a bowl, cover and heat.
Stir once.
Total cooking time: approx. 16-19 minutes
Utensils:
Quiche pan
Bowl with cover (2 l contents)
6-9 Min.
Ingredients
2
1
1
1
1
1
300
100
1
2
50
50
1
200
1
tbsp
tbsp
tsp
tbsp
tbsp
g
g
g
g
tbsp
ml
tsp
Dried black mushrooms
Rice wine (sake)
Oil
Salt
Sugar
Olive oil to grease the quiche pan
Pork filet, diced
Cashew nuts
Shallot onion (20 g), finely chopped
Garlic clove, crushed
Red bell pepper, diced
Green bell pepper, diced
Corn starch
Water
Soy sauce
Salt, sugar, white pepper
2-4 Min.
France
Rabbit with Thyme
“Lapereau au thym”
9 -11 Min.
4. Transfer the meat and cashew nuts into a bowl, add
the prepared vegetables, cover and cook.
100 P
5. Mix the cornstarch with water, soy sauce and
spices, add to the meat-vegetable-mixture and stir.
Cover and cook. Stir occasionally and after
cooking is finished.
approx. 2 Min.
100 P
Total cooking time: approx. 38-43 minutes
Utensils:
Casserole with cover (2 l contents)
Ingredients
1
2 tbsps
1 tbsp
100 g
15
100 ml
1 tbsp
150 ml
1
Rabbit (1 kg)
Butter, soft
Butter or margarine to grease the pan
Bacon, diced
Small onion (300 g), whole, peeled
Salt
Pepper
Water
Fresh thyme, finely chopped
Cream (Crème Fraiche)
Egg yolk
Salt, Pepper
Preparation
1. Preheat the microwave oven to 230°C. Wash the
rabbit, pat dry and divide into 8 portions. Cover
with butter. Place onto the high rack and bake.
21-23 Min.
15-18 Min.
100 P
3. Remove meat pieces, keep warm. Add the finely
chopped thyme to the casserole dish, carefully fold
in the cream.
4. Stir the egg yolk in a cup. Add sauce, spoon by
spoon, and stir. Now add the egg yolk to the sauce
and stir. Cover and cook.
Zurich Veal in Cream
“Zürcher Geschnetzeltes”
Total cooking time: approx. 8-13 minutes
Utensils:
Bowl with cover (2 l contents)
Ingredients
300 ml
1 tbsp
230°C
2. Grease the casserole pan. Add bacon and onions
to the pan. Add meat pieces, season and add
water. Cover and cook.
Switzerland
600 g
1 tbsp
1
100 ml
100 P
4. Season to taste, stir again and let stand for about 5
minutes. Garnish with parsley and serve.
Preparation
1. As per package directions, pour boiling water over
the mushrooms and soak for at least 30 minutes.
2. Mix rice wine with oil, salt and sugar. Marinate
meat cubes for 20 minutes.
3. Cover the quiche pan with oil. Distribute meat
evenly in quiche pan. Position onto the high rack
and bake. Turn once after about 7 minutes, add
cashew nuts.
5-6 Min.
100 P
3. Add white wine, gravy thickener and heavy
whipping cream, stir, cover and cook. Stir once
during cooking.
Veal fillet
Butter or margarine
onion (50 g), finely chopped
White wine
Seasoned gravy thickener, dark, for about ½ l sauce
heavy whipping cream
Parsley, chopped
approx. 2 Min.
60 P
5. Season the sauce, stir and pour over the meat.
GB-47
ESPAÑOL
“Guangzhou”
ENGLISH
Pork with cashew nuts
Recipes
Meat, Fish and Poultry
Italy
Veal cutlet with Mozzarella
“Scaloppe alla pizzaiola”
Total cooking time: approx. 18-22 minutes
Flat, square casserole dish with cover
Utensils:
(approx. 25 cm long)
Preparation
1. Remove skin from tomatoes, remove stem pieces,
puree in a blender.
2. Cut lamb meat into large cubes. Grease the pan.
Add the meat, onion and crushed garlic clove,
season, cover and cook.
7-9 Min.
Ingredients
2
400 g
4
20 ml
2
2 tbsps
Mozzarella cheese (each 150 g)
Tomatoes without skin, from a jar
Veal cutlets (600 g)
Olive oil
Garlic cloves, in slices
Pepper, fresh ground
Capers (20 g)
Oregano
Salt
10-12 Min.
50 P
After baking, let stand for about 5 minutes.
Tip:
Serve with spaghetti and fresh salad.
Greece
Braised Lamb with Green Beans
“Kréas mé fasólia”
Total cooking time: approx. 17-21 minutes
Utensils:
Bowl with cover (2 l contents)
Ingredients
1-2
400 g
1 tsp
1
1
250 g
Tip:
If you use fresh green beans, you must first pre-cook
them.
Netherlands
Mincemeat Bowl
60 P
Turn meat slices.
3. Place several slices of mozzarella on each slice
of meat, season with salt, bake on high rack
uncovered.
9-11 Min.
60 P
After cooking, let the stewed meat stand for about 5
minutes.
Preparation
1. Cut the mozzarella into slices. Puree the tomatoes
with a blender.
2. Wash the cutlets, pat dry and tenderize. Distribute
oil and garlic slices in the casserole dish. Add
cutlets, pour tomato puree on top of meat. Sprinkle
with pepper, capers and oregano, cover and cook.
9-11 Min.
100 P
3. Add green beans and pureed tomatoes to the meat,
cover and cook.
“Gehacktschotel”
Total cooking time: approx. 23-25 minutes
Utensils:
Bowl with cover (2 l contents)
Ingredients
500 g
3
1
50 g
350 ml
70 g
2
2
2 tbsps
Mincemeat (half pork, half beef)
Onion (150 g), finely chopped
Egg
Breadcrumbs
Salt and pepper
Meat stock
Tomato puree
Potatoes (200 g), diced
Carrots (200 g), diced
Parsley, chopped
Preparation
1. Mix the mincemeat with onion, egg and breadcrumbs
to make a dough, season with salt and pepper. Add
the mincemeat dough to the bowl.
2. Mix the meat stock and the tomato puree.
3. Cover the mincemeat with potatoes, carrots and the
fluid, mix well, cover and cook. Stir once during
cooking.
Tomatoes (100 g)
Lamb meat, without bones
Butter or margarine for greasing the pan
onion (50 g), finely chopped
Garlic clove, crushed
Salt
Pepper
Sugar
Green beans, from a can
23-25 Min.
100 P
Stir the mincemeat bowl again, let stand for about
5 minutes. Sprinkle with parsley and serve.
GB-48
Recipes
Meat, Fish and Poultry
Germany
China
Beef Fillet in Puff Pastry
Prawn Chili
Total cooking time: approx. 34-41 minutes
Utensils:
Bowl with cover (2 l contents)
Casserole dish (approx. 26 cm long)
Ingredients
g
kg
tbsp
tbsp
1-2 tbsps
Puff pastry, frozen
Butter or margarine
Marbled bacon, diced
Spring onions (150 g), sliced in rings
Mushrooms, in slices,
Beef fillet
Vegetable oil
Parsley, finely chopped
Garlic clove, crushed
Egg
Salt
Pepper
Milk
Ingredients
6
45
2
1-2
20
1
2
1½
1
1
Preparation
1. Thaw the puff pastr y according to package
directions. Distribute butter in the bowl, add bacon,
onions and mushrooms, cover and steam. Stir once
during cooking.
4-6 Min.
100 P
Drain the fluid.
2. Wash the beef fillet, pat dry with paper towels, and
rub with oil. Place onto the high rack and bake. Stir
once during cooking.
15-17 Min.
g
tbsp
tbsps
tbsps
tbsp
tbsp
Prawn (240 g without shell)
White wine
Small leek (200 g)
Chili pepper, hot
Ginger
Food starch
Vegetable oil (20 g)
Soy sauce (20 ml)
Sugar
Vinegar
Preparation
1. Wash the prawns. Remove the shell and tail. Cut
the backside and remove the veins. Cut each prawn
into 2 or 3 pieces. Place one shallow cut into each
piece, so that the prawn won’t shrink. Place the
prawn into a bowl, sprinkle with white wine, cover
and marinate.
2. Wash the leek and chili peppers, pat dry. Cut leek
into 5 cm long pieces, cut chili peppers in half and
remove seeds. Peel the ginger and cut into slices.
3. Remove the prawn from the wine marinade, sprinkle
with food starch.
4. Put oil, leek, chili peppers and ginger slices into the
bowl, cover and heat.
30 P
approx. 2 Min.
3. Mix the parsley and garlic clove with the steamed
vegetables, season with salt and pepper.
4. With a rolling pin, roll the puff pastry into a square
(35 x 35 cm). Reserve some dough for garnish.
5. Separate the egg. Baste the egg onto the edges of
the dough, place half of the vegetable mixture on
the center of the dough.
6. Season the meat with salt and pepper and place on
top of the vegetables. Evenly distribute the rest of
the vegetable mixture on top of the meat. Fold the
puff pastry over the meat-vegetable-mix and push
the edges closed. Pierce the dough several times
with a fork.
7. Rinse the casserole dish with cold water, place the
puff pastry into the casserole dish with the closed
edge on the bottom.
8. For garnish, cut out shapes from the rest of the puff
pastry and decorate.
9. Mix the egg yolk and milk, baste the dough with
this mixture and bake on the low rack in the preheated microwave oven.
15-18 Min.
ml
100 P
5. Add the prawns. Season with soy sauce, sugar and
vinegar, stir, cover and cook.
50 P/230°C
After cooking, let the beef fillet in puff pastry stand for
10 minutes.
GB-49
4-6 Min.
100 P
After baking, let stand for about 1-2 minutes. Serve
hot.
ESPAÑOL
g
tbsp
g
ENGLISH
300
1
150
4-5
300
1
1
1
1
1
Makes 2 servings
Total cooking time: approx. 6-8 minutes
Utensils:
Bowl with cover (1 l contents)
Bowl with cover (2 l contents)
Recipes
Meat, Fish and Poultry
France
Sole fillets
“Filets de sole”
Makes 2 servings
Total cooking time: approx. 11-13 minutes
Utensils:
Flat, oval casserole dish with cover
(approx. 26 cm long)
Ingredients
400
1
2
1
1
1
g
tsp
tbsp
tbsp
4 tbsps
2 tbsps
Sole fillets
Lemon, untreated
Tomatoes (150 g)
Butter or margarine to grease the pan
Vegetable oil
Parsley, chopped
Salt and pepper
White wine (30 ml)
Butter or margarine (20 g)
21-23 Min.
Switzerland
Fish Fillet with Cheese Sauce
Total cooking time: approx. 17½-20½ minutes
Utensils:
Bowl with cover (1 l contents)
Flat, oval casserole dish
(approx. 26-30 cm long)
Ingredients
4
2 tbsps
60 P
After baking, let stand for about 2 minutes.
Tip:
You can also use other fish, e.g. rose fish, halibut,
mullet or cod.
Norway
Fish Casserole “Sandefjord”
1
1
2
100
1
100
2
Ingredients
800 g
1
4
100
3
125
2
tsp
g
ml
tsps
1 tbsp
Fish fillet, ling or cod
Juice of one lemon
Salt
Butter or margarine to grease the pan
Tomatoes (300 g), in slices
Crab, shelled
Eggs
Cream
Green peppercorns
Salt
Parsley, finely chopped
tbsp
tbsps
ml
tsp
g
tbsps
Fish fillet (about 800 g)
(e.g. Egli-fish, flounder of cod)
Lemon juice
Salt
Butter or margarine
Onion (50 g), finely chopped
Flour (20 g)
White wine
Olive oil to grease the pan.
Shredded Emmentaler cheese
Parsley, chopped
Preparation
1. Wash the fillets, pat dry and dribble with lemon
juice. Let stand for about 15 minutes, pat dry one
more time, salt.
2. Distribute the butter evenly in the bowl. Add onion,
cover and steam.
“Fiskegratin Sandefjord”
Total cooking time: approx. 21-23 minutes
Utensils:
Flat, oval, casserole dish
(approx. 30 cm long)
50 P/200°C
4. After cooking, let the casserole stand for about
5-10 minutes.
Preparation
1. Wash the fillets, pat dry. Remove any bones.
2. Cut lemon and tomatoes into thin slices.
3. Grease the casserole pan. Place fish fillets in the
pan, sprinkle vegetable oil on top.
4. Sprinkle with parsley, put tomato slices on top,
season. Put lemon slices on top of tomatoes, pour
white wine over all ingredients.
5. Cover the lemon slices with butter flakes, cover and
cook.
11-13 Min.
Preparation
1. Wash the fillets, pat dry. Sprinkle with lemon juice.
Let sit for about 15 minutes, pad dry again, salt.
2. Grease the pan, place tomatoes, crab and fish fillet
in layers.
3. Mix eggs, cream, spices and parsley. Pour sauce
over casserole. Position uncovered onto the low
rack and cook.
approx. 1½ Min.
100 P
3. Sprinkle flour over onions, stir. Add white wine and
mix.
4. Grease the casserole pan and place the fillets
in pan. Pour sauce over the fillets, sprinkle with
cheese, bake on low rack.
16-19 Min.
50 P
After baking, let stand for about 2 minutes. Garnish
with parsley and serve.
GB-50
Recipes
Meat, Fish and Poultry
for 2 servings
Total cooking time: approx. 21-26 minutes
Utensils:
Flat, oval casserole dish with cover
(approx. 26 cm long)
Ingredients
1
1
1 tsp
1
1
1
300 g
2 tbsps
250 ml
Preparation
1. Wash the chicken, pat dry and divide into 8 portions.
2. Grease the pan. Place chicken pieces in pan, add
vegetables and season with salt and pepper. Dust
with curry and flour, mix well. Add water and
peeled, crushed tomatoes. Cover and cook on
low rack. After half of cooking time, stir once and
continue cooking, uncovered.
120 g Rice, parboiled
Package Saffron
Butter or margarine to grease the pan
Onions (50 g), in slices
Red bell peppers (100 g), in strips
Small Leek (100 g), cut in strips
Turkey breast, diced
Pepper, Paprika powder
Butter or margarine (20 g)
Meat stock
26-30 Min.
Tip:
Serve with rice, some shaved coconut, mango
chutney and banana slices to soften the spiciness.
Preparation
1. Mix rice and saffron, put into greased casserole pan.
Mix onions, bell pepper, leek and turkey breast,
season to taste. Place on top of rice. Distribute
butter in flakes on top.
2. Pour meat stock over, cover and cook.
5-7 Min.
16-19 Min.
100 P
20 P
Austria
Stuffed Chicken
“Gefülltes Brathendl”
1
Tip:
You can use chicken breast instead of turkey breast.
1
1
1
2
1
3
1
France
Chicken with Curry
“Poulet au curry“
Ingredients
1
1 tsp
2
1
1
1
1
1-2 tbsps
1 tbsp
150 ml
3
Chicken (1000 g)
Butter or margarine to grease the pan
Carrots (200 g), finely diced
1 Stick celery (150 g), finely diced
Garlic clove
Apple, peeled (125 g), finely diced
Onion (50 g), finely chopped
Salt, pepper
Curry
Flour
Water (1 cup)
Tomatoes (200 g), peeled
for 2 servings
Total cooking time: approx. 27½-31 minutes
Utensils:
Small bowl with cover
Kitchen string
Ingredients
After baking, let stand for about 5 minutes.
Total cooking time: approx. 26-30 minutes
Utensils:
Bowl with cover (3 l contents)
60 P/220°C
After baking, let stand for about 3 minutes.
pinch
tbsps
tbsps
tbsp
Chicken (1000 g)
Salt
Rosemary, ground
Marjoram, ground
Old, hard bread roll (40 g)
Salt
Bunch of Parsley, finely chopped (10 g)
Nutmeg
Butter or margarine (20 g)
Egg yolk
Butter or margarine (30 g)
Paprika
Salt
Preparation
1. Wash the chicken, pat dry and rub inside with salt,
rosemary and marjoram.
2. To prepare the filling, soak the bread roll in cold
water for about 10 minutes, squeeze excess
moisture out. Mix with salt, parsley, nutmeg, butter
and egg yolk, fill the chicken with this mixture. Tie
the opening closed using kitchen string.
3. PLace the butter into the bowl, cover and heat.
approx. ½-1 Min.
100 P
Mix paprika, salt and melted butter, brush the
chicken.
4. Place the chicken with breast side down onto the
low rack, cook. ½ of the thawing time.
27-30 Min.
50 P/200°C
After cooking, let the filled chicken stand for about
5 minutes.
GB-51
ESPAÑOL
Spicy Turky Pan
ENGLISH
Germany
Recipes
Meat, Fish and Poultry
France
Italy
Duck in Orange Sauce
Quails in Cheese and Herb Sauce
“Carnard à l’orange”
“Quaglie in salsa vellutata”
Total cooking time: approx. 62-70 minutes
Utensils:
Round baking pan
(dm. approx. 32 cm)
Soup bowls
Two bowls with cover (2 l contents)
Total cooking time: approx. 17½-21½ minutes
Utensils:
Kitchen string
Flat, square casserole dish
(approx. 20 x 20 x 6 cm)
Bowl with cover (1 l contents)
Ingredients
Ingredients
1
1
200
1
6
1
1
1
250
150
1
ml
tbsp
tbsp
tbsp
ml
ml
tbsp
Young duck (1800 to 2000 g) without
Innards
Salt
Pepper
Twig of Marjoram
Water
Duck liver (50 g)
Oranges, untreated (1200 g)
Sugar (10 g)
Water
Vinegar
Meat broth
Port wine
Potato flour (10 g)
4
200 g
1 tsp
1 tbsp each
150
250
2
2
50
Preparation
1. Wash the inside and outside of the duck, pat dry,
season with salt and pepper. Place the twig of
marjoram in the inside of the duck.
2. Pour water into the baking pan and place a soup
bowl, upside-down, into it. Place the duck on top
of the plate, bake on low rack. Turn after ½ of
cooking time.
58-62 Min.
30 P/230°C
Place the duck on a pre-warmed serving platter.
3. Carefully remove excess fat from the roast drippings
and put into a bowl. Add duck liver, cover and cook.
1-2 Min.
8-10 Min.
50 P
3. Grease the casserole dish, place the quail with the
grilled side down into the casserole dish.
Finely chop the herbs, sprinkle over quail and pour
port wine over it. Place the quails onto the low rack
and cook.
6-8 Min.
50 P
Remove the quail from the gravy.
4. Put sauce into a bowl, cover and heat.
approx. 2 Min.
100 P
Mix butter and flour, add to sauce, let come to a
boil and cook.
Stir once during cooking.
100 P
5. Add the orange peel, vinegar, meat broth and port
wine to the liver.
6. Squeeze the juice of one orange. Mix the potato
flour with the orange juice and stir into the sauce.
Cover, cook and wait until the sauce slightly thickens.
Stir occasionally and after cooking is finished.
2-4 Min.
Preparation
1. Wash the quails and carefully pat dry. Salt and
pepper the inside and outside, wrap bacon slices
around outside, tie with kitchen string.
2. Place the quails onto the high rack and bake.
100 P
4. Thinly peel two oranges, cut the peel into very thin
strips. Put into the second bowl, add sugar and
water, cover and heat.
1-2 Min.
ml
ml
tbsps
tbsps
g
Quails (600 - 800 g)
Salt
Pepper
Marbled bacon, thinly sliced
Butter or margarine to grease the pan
Fresh Parsley per quail
Sage
Rosemary
Basil, finely chopped
Port wine
Meat broth
Butter or margarine (20 g)
Flour (20 g)
Shredded Emmentaler cheese
approx. 1½ Min.
100 P
5. Stir cheese into the sauce. Add the cheese sauce to
the gravy, mix well, pour over quail and serve.
100 P
7. Peel the leftover oranges, filet (remove fruit pulp
from skin) and also place on serving platter. If
required, remove excess fat from sauce, remove the
duck liver and season to taste.
8. Pour some sauce over the orange filets. Fill rest of
sauce into a sauce boat and serve alongside the duck.
Tip:
If required, place the duck on the low rack and
bake for an additional 5 minutes prior to serving.
GB-52
Japan
Germany
Japanese Stew
Leek Tart
“Nikujaga”
Total cooking time: approx. 30-34 minutes
Utensils:
Bowl with cover (3 l contents)
Total cooking time: approx. 28-36 minutes
Utensils:
Bowl with cover (2 l contents),
spring form (diam. approx. 26 cm)
Ingredients
Ingredients
200
500
400
400
3
3
3
70
g
g
g
ml
tbsps
tbsps
tbsps
ml
450 g
3 tbsps
Lean beef
Potatoes, quartered or cut in eights.
Onions, quartered or cut in eights.
Water
Sugar (30 g)
Rice wine
Mirin (sweet rice wine)
Soy sauce
Preparation
1. Cut the meat lengthwise into very thin strips (3-4 cm),
put into bowl.
2. Layer the prepared vegetables on top of the meat.
Mix all other ingredients and pour over top. Cover
and cook.
Stir twice during cooking time.
11-13 Min.
100 P
21-23 Min.
40 P
3. After cooking, let stand for about 10 minutes.
Tip:
You can use pork or veal instead of beef.
1
100
80
3
1
75
1
½
1
150
3
2
pinch
g
g
tsps
1
1
1
1
100
pinch
tsp
tsp
tsp
g
g
tbsp
tsp
tsp
g
tbsps
Leek, in thin rings
Water
Salt
Curry
Whole-wheat flour
Rye flour type 1150
Baking powder
Egg
Low-fat yoghurt
Vegetable oil
Salt
Butter or margarine to grease the pan
Sour Cream
Eggs
Whole wheat flour (20 g)
Herbal salt
Pepper
Nutmeg
Parsley, finely chopped
Chives, finely chopped
Dill, finely chopped
Shredded Emmentaler cheese
Preparation
1. Put leek and water into the bowl. Cover and cook.
5-8 Min.
2.
Spain
Chicken Rolls with Raisins
3.
“Rollitos de Pollo y pasas“
Total cooking time: approx. 17-19 minutes
Utensils:
Bowl with cover (2 l contents)
4.
Ingredients
4
4
50 g
1
50 g
5.
Thin chicken breast fillet (600 g)
Salt
Pepper
Slices ham (200 g)
Quesitos (span. Cheese)
Can leek soup (400 g)
Raisins, washed
Preparation
1. Wash the fillets, pat dry and tenderize. Season with
salt and pepper Place one slice of ham and cheese
on top of each filet.
2. Roll the fillets up. Secure with a small wooden pick,
place into bowl.
3. Pour soup over chicken rolls, add raisins. Cover
and cook.
17-19 Min.
100 P
Let stand for about 10 minutes prior to serving.
GB-53
100 P
Drain the fluid. Season the leeks with salt and curry.
Mix flour and baking powder. Add the egg,
yoghurt, oil and salt; knead the dough with a
handheld blender.
Grease the spring form. Roll the dough to the size
of the baking pan, place into baking pan. Pull up
an edge of about 1 cm
Mix sour cream, eggs and milk. Season with herbal
salt, pepper, nutmeg and herbs. Mix with cheese.
Stir this mixture with the leek. Evenly spread this
mixture onto the dough.
Position onto the low rack and bake.
10-12 Min.
20 P/230°C
11-13 Min.
230°C
2-3 Min.
After baking, let stand for about 2 minutes.
ENGLISH
Vegetables
ESPAÑOL
Recipes
Meat, Fish and Poultry
Recipes
GB
Vegetables
Preparation
1. Put olive oil and garlic into the bowl. Add the
prepared vegetables, except the artichoke hearts,
season with pepper. Add the Bouquet Garni,
cover and cook.
Stir once during cooking.
Austria
Cauliflower with Cheese Sauce
“Karfiol mit Käsesauce”
Total cooking time: approx. 17½-19½ minutes
Utensils:
Bowl with cover (2 l contents)
Bowl with cover (1 l contents)
15-18 Min.
Ingredients
800 g
1
125 ml
125 ml
75-100 g
2-3 tbsps
Cauliflower (1 head)
Cup water (150 ml)
Salt
Milk
Cream
Soft cheese
Gravy thickener, light color (20-30 g)
Tip:
Serve this hot vegetable stew alongside meat
dishes.
It tastes great served cold as an appetizer.
A Bouquet Garni is made of:
- One parsley root
- One bunch soup greens
- One twig lovage
- One twig thyme
- Some bay leaves
Preparation
1. Slice the stem of the cauliflower several times.
Place cauliflower, head up, into the bowl, add
water with salt, if desired, cover and cook.
15-17 Min.
100 P
Let cauliflower stand for a few minutes, covered,
then drain the fluid.
2. Add milk and heavy whipping cream to the bowl.
Coarsely chop soft cheese, add. Cover and cook.
approx. 2 Min.
100 P
During the last 5 minutes of cooking time add
artichoke hearts and heat.
2. Season the ratatouille with salt and pepper. Remove
the Bouquet Garni prior to serving. After cooking
let stand for about 2 minutes.
100 P
3. Stir the Gravy thickener in, cover and reheat.
approx. ½ Min.
France
100 P
Dauphin Potatoes
Stir the sauce and pour over cauliflower.
“Gratin dauphinois”
Tip:
You may also sprinkle chopped parsley on top of
the cauliflower prior to serving.
Total cooking time: approx. 23-25 minutes
Utensils:
Flat, oval casserole dish
(approx. 26 cm long)
Ingredients
1 tbsp
500 g
France
Ratatouille
“Ratatouille special”
Total cooking time: approx. 15-18 minutes
Utensils:
Bowl with cover (2 l contents)
Ingredients
5 tbsps
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
200 g
Olive Oil (50 ml)
Garlic clove, crushed
Onions (50 g), in slices
Small aubergine (250 g), cut into Large cubes
Zucchini (200 g), cut into Large cubes
Bell pepper (200 g), cut into Large cubes
Small fennel (75 g), finely diced
Pepper
Bouquet Garni
Artichoke hearts from a jar, quartered
Salt
Pepper
2
300 g
150 ml
50 g
Butter or margarine
Potatoes, peeled, thinly sliced
Salt
Pepper
Garlic clove, crushed
Cream (Crème Fraiche)
Milk
Shredded cheese (Gouda)
Preparation
1. Evenly distribute butter in pan. Layer potato slices
in pan. Season each layer with salt, pepper and
garlic.
2. Mix cream and milk, pour over potatoes. Sprinkle
with cheese, bake on low rack.
23-25 Min.
50 P/200°C
After baking, let stand for about 10 minutes.
GB-54
Recipes
Vegetables
Netherlands
Germany
Chicory au Gratin
Broccoli-Potato-Gratin with Mushrooms
“Gegratineerde Brussels lof”
Total cooking time: approx. 36-39 minutes
Utensils:
Bowl with cover (2 l contents)
Round casserole dish (dm. 26 cm)
Total cooking time: approx. 18-23 minutes
Utensils:
Bowl with cover (2 l contents)
Flat, oval, casserole dish
(approx. 32 cm long)
8
125
125
2
2
4
ml
ml
tbsps
tbsps
1 tsp
4
2 tbsps
Small Chicory (800 g)
Water
Milk
Gravy thickener, light color (20 g)
Egg yolk
Shredded, aged Gouda cheese (20 g)
Salt
Pepper
Butter or margarine to grease the pan
Slices ham (200 g)
Shredded, aged Gouda cheese (10 g)
3
125 ml
125 ml
Preparation
1. With sharp knife, remove the bitter part of the chicory.
Put water into a bowl, add chicory, cover and cook.
Turn chicory once during cooking.
9-11 Min.
9-12 Min.
60 P
3. Stir the egg yolk in a cup. Slowly, spoon by spoon,
add sauce to the egg yolk. Stir egg mixture into the
sauce, and add cheese.
Mix everything well, season to taste.
4. Grease the casserole pan and place chicory in it.
Cut ham slices in half, place on top of the chicory,
pour sauce over everything. Sprinkle the casserole
with Gouda cheese, bake on high rack.
6-8 Min.
100 g
Potatoes, peeled and halved, if required.
Broccoli, in flowerets
Water (60 ml)
Butter or margarine to grease the pan
Mushrooms, in slices,
Parsley, finely chopped
Salt
Pepper
Eggs
Heavy whipping cream
Milk
Salt
Pepper
Nutmeg
Gouda cheese, freshly shredded
Preparation
1. Add the potatoes and broccoli to the bowl. Add the
Water, cover and cook. Stir once during cooking.
100 P
2. Remove the chicory. Add milk to the bowl, stir in
Gravy thickener. Cover, cook and wait until the
sauce slightly thickens. Stir occasionally and after
cooking is finished.
3-4 Min.
g
g
tbsps
tsp
g
tbsp
100 P
2. Cut the potatoes into slices.
3. Grease the casserole pan. Layer the broccoli,
mushrooms and potatoes. Sprinkle with parsley,
season with salt and pepper.
4. Mix eggs, liquids and spices and pour this mixture
over the vegetables. Sprinkle cheese on top and cook.
(This recipe will make about 1.5 kg)
50 P
After baking, let stand for about 5 minutes.
GB-55
AUTO COOK No.5
After baking, let stand for about 10 minutes.
ENGLISH
400
400
6
1
400
1
Ingredients
ESPAÑOL
Ingredients
Recipes
Vegetables
Italy
Germany
Roman Artichokes
Filled Tomatoes with Spring Onions
Total cooking time: approx. 16-18 minutes
Utensils:
Deep, oval casserole dish with cover
(approx. 26 cm long)
Total cooking time: approx. 22-27 minutes
Utensils:
Bowl with cover (about 1 l content)
Flat, oval casserole dish with cover
(approx. 26 cm long)
Ingredients
Ingredients
“Carciofi alla Romana”
2
1 l
2
1
10
2 tbsps
5 tbsps
100 ml
400 ml
makes 2 servings
½
35
2
1
2
100
1
100
Artichokes (800 g)
Water
Juice of one lemon
Garlic clove, crushed
Bunch of Parsley, finely chopped (10 g)
Leaves mint, chopped
Bread crumbs (20 g)
Olive Oil (50 ml)
Salt
Black pepper, freshly ground
Olive Oil
Water
Black pepper, freshly ground
Salt
16-18 Min.
100 P
ml
g
4
1 tsp
4-5
1
Preparation
1. Remove the outer, dry leaves and the prickly top
of the artichoke. Cut the stem down to a 3 cm
long stump. Place artichokes in a bowl filled with
cold water and lemon juice, this will prevent
discoloration of cuts.
2. Mix garlic, parsley, mint, breadcrumbs and olive
oil, season with salt and pepper.
3. Remove the artichokes from the water, pat dry.
Slightly push the leaves apart, so that each leaf
makes a little opening. Remove the straw from this
opening. Push a small amount of filling into this
opening. Carefully push the leaves back together,
to secure the filling.
4. Place artichokes into the casserole dish. Add oil
and water. Sprinkle with freshly ground pepper and
salt, cover and cook.
After baking, let stand for about 2 minutes.
g
tbsps
Bunch thyme (5 g)
Buckwheat seeds
Butter or margarine (20 g)
Onion (50 g), finely chopped
Garlic clove, crushed
Vegetable broth
Bunch fresh parsley, smooth (10 g)
Gouda cheese, whole piece
Salt
Black pepper, fresh ground
Butcher tomatoes (600 g)
Butter or margarine for greasing the pan
Spring onions (150 g)
Bunch basil (10 g)
Preparation
1. Remove stems from thyme. Wash buckwheat seeds.
Distribute the butter evenly in the bowl. Put onion,
garlic, buckwheat and thyme into the bowl, cover
and heat.
approx. 2 Min.
100 P
2. Add broth, cover and cook.
8-10 Min.
60 P
3. Remove stems from parsley, cut into thin strips. Cut
4 slices of Gouda, dice the rest. Add parsley and
cheese dices to the cooled buckwheat, season.
4. Remove the caps of the tomatoes, remove the pulp.
Loosely fill the tomatoes with buckwheat. Place one
slice of cheese on each tomato, place lid on top.
5. Cut the spring onions into diagonal slices. Remove
stem from basil.
6. Grease the casserole pan. Evenly distribute onions,
basil leaves and tomato pulp in pan.
7. Place tomatoes on top of the onion mixture, cover
and cook.
12-15 Min.
60 P
After cooking, let the filled tomatoes stand for about
2 minutes.
GB-56
Recipes
Noodles, Rice and Dumplings
“Tagliatelle alla panna e basilico”
makes 2 servings
Total cooking time: approx. 15-21 minutes
Utensils:
Bowl with cover (2 l contents)
Round soufflé pan (dm. approx. 20 cm)
Ingredients
1
1
200
1
15-20
200
30
l
tsp
g
g
g
3-5 Min.
Preparation
1. Add water and salt in a bowl, cover and bring to a boil.
AUTO COOK No.5
100 P
100 P
6-9 Min.
20 P
3. Meanwhile, rub the soufflé pan with a garlic clove.
Finely chop the basil leaves. Reserve some leaves
for garnish.
4. Let noodles drain well. Mix cream and noodles,
sprinkle basil on top.
5. Add Parmesan, salt and pepper, fill this mixture
into the soufflé pan, stir. Garnish with basil leaves,
serve hot.
Germany
Courgette-Pasta-Gratin
Total cooking time: approx. 39-43 minutes
Utensils:
Bowl with cover (2 l contents)
Casserole dish (approx. 30 cm long)
Ingredients
500 ml
½ tsp
80 g
400 g
3
1
450
150
2
100
tbsp
g
g
g
Water
Oil
Salt
Macaroni noodles
Tomatoes from a jar, chopped
Onion (150 g), finely chopped
Basil leaves
Thyme
Salt
Pepper
Oil to grease the pan
Courgette in slices
Sour cream
Eggs
Shredded cheddar cheese
30 P
Let noodles drain well and cool.
3. Mix tomatoes and onion, season well. Grease the
casserole pan. Add the macaroni noodles and pour
tomato sauce on top. Evenly place zucchini slices
on top.
4. Mix sour cream and eggs, pour over casserole.
Sprinkle with shredded cheese. Place onto the
low rack and cook. (This recipe will make about
1.5 kg)
After baking, let dish stand for 5-10 minutes.
2. Add noodles, bring again to a boil, let cook using
low heat.
1-2 Min.
100 P
2. Break macaroni noodles into small pieces, add, stir
and let soak.
9-11 Min.
Water
Salt
Tagliatelle (ribbon noodles)
Garlic clove
Basil leaves
Cream (Crème Fraiche)
Shredded Parmesan cheese
Salt
Pepper
8-10 Min.
Preparation
1. Add water, oil and salt in a bowl, cover and bring
to a boil.
Sauce for Noodles
Sauce Bolognese
Total cooking time: approx. 12-17 minutes
Utensils:
Bowl with cover (2 l contents)
Ingredients
30
100
½
1
50
200
100
½
3
1
1
g
g
g
g
ml
tbsps
pinch
pinch
Marbled bacon
Mushrooms, finely diced
Onion (25 g), finely chopped
Carrots (50 g), finely diced
Celery, finely diced
Mincemeat, beef
White wine
Bunch of Parsley, finely chopped (5 g)
Tomato sauce (45 g)
sugar
Nutmeg
Salt
Pepper
Preparation
1. Finely dice ham, add ham and vegetables into
bowl, cover and steam.
4-6 Min.
100 P
2. Puree the vegetables. Add the mincemeat, wine,
parsley and tomato sauce.
Season with spices. Cover bowl, leave a small
opening for steam ventilation. Cook the sauce Stir
once during cooking.
GB-57
4-5 Min.
100 P
4-6 Min.
60 P
ESPAÑOL
Tagliatelle with Cream and Basil
ENGLISH
Italy
Recipes
Noodles, Rice and dumplings
Sauce for Noodles
Austria
Tomato sauce
Bread dumplings
Total cooking time: approx. 7½ minutes
Utensils:
Bowl with cover (2 l contents)
Total cooking time: approx. 7-10 minutes
Utensils:
5 cups or pudding molds
Ingredients
Ingredients
5-7
1 tbsp
1
2 tbsps
200 ml
2 tbsps
2 tbsps
2 tbsps
1
approx. 500 ml
200 g
Tomatoes (500 g)
Butter or margarine
Onion (50 g), finely chopped
Tomato sauce (30 g)
Meat broth
Salt and pepper
Sugar, oregano, basil
Butter or margarine (20 g)
Flour (20 g)
approx. 1½ Min.
100 P
3. Add tomato dices, tomato sauce and meat broth,
season, cover and steam.
approx. 3 Min.
Preparation
1. Grease the bottom of the pan, add onions, cover
and steam.
1-2 Min.
100 P
2. Cut roll into small cubes, cover with milk and let sit for
10 minutes. Beat eggs.
3. Mix onions, eggs and roll cubes well to form an
even dough. If necessary, add some more milk.
4. Evenly distribute this dough in 5 cups or pudding
molds, cover with microwave foil, place around the
outer side of the turntable and cook.
100 P
6-8 Min.
4. Mix butter and flour, use wire whisk to add to
sauce. Reheat, covered. Stir occasionally and after
cooking is finished.
approx. 3 Min.
Butter or margarine (20 g)
Onion (50 g), finely chopped
Milk
Dry bread roll, diced
(approx. 5 rolls / bread rolls)
Eggs
3
Preparation
1. Remove skin from tomatoes, remove stem pieces,
remove seeds, dice the pulp.
2. Distribute the butter evenly in the bowl. Add onion,
cover and steam.
makes 5 servings
100 P
After baking, let stand for about 2 minutes.
Empty dumplings onto a plate prior to serving.
100 P
Switzerland
“Tessin Risotto”
Total cooking time: approx. 20-24 minutes
Utensils:
Bowl with cover (2 l contents)
Sauce for Noodles
Gorgonzola Sauce
Ingredients
Total cooking time: approx. 4½ minutes
Utensils:
Bowl with cover (1 l contents)
50
2
1
200
400
70
Ingredients
200 g
150 ml
approx. 1 tbsp
Gorgonzola Cheese
Heavy whipping cream
Gravy thickener, light color
Preparation
1. Puree the Gorgonzola and cream in a blender or
handheld blender.
2. Pour mixture in a bowl, cover and heat.
approx. 2 Min.
60 P
g
ml
g
1 pinch
Marbled bacon
Butter or margarine (20 g)
Onion (50 g), finely chopped
Rice (Arboris)
Meat broth
Sbrinz cheese, shredded
(alternatively use shredded Emmentaler cheese)
Saffron
Salt and pepper
Preparation
1. Dice the ham. Distribute the butter evenly in the
bowl. Add onion and ham, cover and steam.
3. Add the Gravy thickener, cover and reheat.
approx. 2½ Min.
g
tbsps
approx. 2 Min.
100 P
2. Add the rice, fill with meat broth, boil and let soak.
60 P
Stir again after heating.
3-5 Min.
Tip:
This sauce is sufficient for about 400 g of noodles.
Farfalle (butterfly-shaped noodles) are very suitable.
15-17 Min.
100 P
20 P
After baking, let stand for about 3-5 minutes.
3. Stir cheese and saffron into this mixture, season to
taste.
Tip:
Serve with baked chanterelle mushrooms or white
cap mushrooms and a mixed salad.
GB-58
Recipes
Noodles, Rice and Dumplings
Switzerland
Italy
Semolina Gnocchi
Lasagne al forno
makes about 12-15 servings
Total cooking time: approx. 19-23 minutes
Utensils:
Bowl with cover (2 l contents)
Round, flat casserole dish
(dm. approx. 26 cm)
ml
tsp
pinch
g
ml
tsp
tbsp
g
Milk
Butter or margarine
Salt
Semolina
Egg white
Egg yolk
Cream (Crème Fraiche)
Butter or margarine for greasing the pan
Butter or margarine
Shredded Sbrinz Cheese
(alternatively use shredded Emmentaler cheese)
Preparation
1. Put milk, butter and salt into a bowl, cover and
heat.
approx. 3 Min.
100 P
2. Add semolina, stir well, cover and let soak. Stir
once during cooking.
9-11 Min.
30 P
Let cool.
3. Beat egg whites until they are stiff. Mix egg yolk
with cream and stir into semolina mixture, fold egg
whites in.
4. Grease the casserole pan. With two soupspoons,
form small ovals, place next to each other into
the dish. Cover with butter flakes, sprinkle with
shredded cheese. Place onto the high rack and
bake.
7-9 Min.
30 P
After baking, let stand for about 2 minutes.
Tip:
Gnocchi are served as a main entree. Serve with
spinach.
300
50
1
1
250
2
g
g
150
100
50
1
1
ml
ml
g
tsp
tsp
1
125
1
1
tsp
g
tbsp
tbsp
g
tbsps
Tomatoes from a jar
Mushrooms, finely diced
Onion (50 g), finely chopped
Garlic clove, crushed
Mincemeat, beef
Tomato sauce (30 g)
Salt and pepper
Oregano, Thyme, Basil
Cream (Crème Fraiche)
Milk
Shredded parmesan cheese
Mixed, chopped herbs
Olive oil
Salt and pepper
Nutmeg
Olive oil to grease the pan.
Green sheet noodles
Shredded Parmesan cheese (5 g)
Butter or margarine
Preparation
1. Slice tomatoes, mix with ham, onions, garlic, beef
mincemeat and tomato sauce. Season, cover and
steam, stir after half of cooking time.
6-7 Min.
100 P
2. Mix cream and milk, Parmesan cheese, herbs and
oil, season.
3. Grease the casserole pan. Cover bottom of pan
with one third of sheet noodles. Place half of
mincemeat on top of noodles, pour some sauce
over it. Place the second third of noodles on top,
layer mincemeat, sauce and the final layer of
noodles.
Top with sauce, sprinkle with parmesan cheese.
Cover with butter flakes, cook on low rack and
cook.
14-15 Min.
50 P/230°C
approx. 3 Min.
After baking, let dish stand for 5 to 10 minutes.
GB-59
ESPAÑOL
Ingredients
Ingredients
250
1
1
50
1
1
50
1
1
30
Total cooking time: approx. 23-25 minutes
Utensils:
Bowl with cover (2 l contents)
Flat, square casserole dish
(approx. 20x20x6 cm)
ENGLISH
“Griessnockerl”
Recipes
Cakes, Bread, Desserts and Drinks
Germany
Preparation
1. Leave pears whole and peel.
2. Put sugar, vanilla sugar, liquor and water into a
bowl, mix, cover and heat.
Semolina Flummery with Raspberry Sauce
Total cooking time: approx. 15-20 minutes
Utensils:
Bowl with cover (2 l contents)
Ingredients
500
40
15
50
1
1
1
250
50
40
ml
g
g
g
tbsp
g
ml
g
Milk
Sugar
Almonds, chopped
Semolina
Egg yolk
Water
Egg white
Raspberries
Water
Sugar
1-2 Min.
6-10 Min.
100 P
Remove pears from liquid, let cool.
4. Pour 50 ml of the liquid into a smaller bowl.
Add chocolate and cream, cover and heat.
approx. 1 Min.
Preparation
1. Put milk, sugar and almonds into a bowl, cover and
heat.
3-5 Min.
100 P
3. Place pears into the liquid, cover and cook.
100 P
5. Stir sauce well. Pour sauce over pears and serve.
Tip:
Can be served with some vanilla ice cream.
100 P
2. Add semolina, stir, cover and cook. Stir once during
cooking.
10-12 Min.
20 P
3. Mix egg yolk and water in a cup, stir into the hot
porridge. Beat egg white stiff, carefully fold in.
Transfer semolina flummery into small bowls.
4. To prepare the sauce, wash raspberries, carefully
pat dry, put into bowl with water and sugar. Cover
and heat.
2-3 Min.
100 P
Austria
“Salzburger Nockerl”
makes 3 servings
Total cooking time: approx. 5-6 minutes
Utensils:
Round, flat casserole dish
(approx. 30 cm long)
Ingredients
4
1
50
1
4
2
1
1
5. Puree raspberries and serve hot or cold along with
the semolina flummery.
France
Pears in Chocolate
“Poires au chocolat”
Total cooking time: approx. 8-13 minutes
Utensils:
Bowl with cover (2 l contents)
Bowl with cover (1 l contents)
Ingredients
4
60
1
1
150
130
100
g
pck.
tbsp
ml
g
g
Pears (600 g)
Sugar
Vanilla sugar (10 g)
Pear liquor, 30 Vol.-%
Water
Semi-sweet chocolate
Cream (Crème Fraiche)
pinch
g
tsp
tbsps
tsp
tbsp
Egg white
Salt
Powdered sugar
Vanilla sugar
Egg yolk
Flour (20 g)
Butter or margarine for greasing the pan
Powdered sugar
Preparation
1. In a large bowl, beat egg white until it forms a stiff
foam, add salt. Slowly add powdered and vanilla
sugar, keep beating until stiff.
2. Mix egg yolk with a little bit of egg whites, gently
turn under beaten egg whites. Sieve flour over this
mixture and also fold in.
3. Grease the casserole pan. Divide the dough into
three parts, place all three parts next to each other
into the casserole dish.
Bake the ovals immediately onto the low rack in the
pre-heated microwave oven.
5-6 Min.
20 P/230°C
Immediately dust with powdered sugar, serve hot.
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Cakes, Bread, Desserts and Drinks
Denmark
Austria
Fruit Jelly with Vanilla Sauce
Curd strudel
“Rødgrød med vanilie sovs”
“Topfenstrudel“
Total cooking time: approx. 8-12 minutes
Utensils:
Bowl with cover (2 l contents)
Bowl with cover (1 l contents)
Total cooking time: approx. 17½-20 minutes
Utensils:
Bowl with cover (1 l content)
Oval, flat casserole dish
(approx. 30 cm long)
Ingredients
ml
30 g
15 g
Ingredients
Wash and sort red currants
Wash and sort strawberries
Wash and sort raspberries
White wine
Sugar
Lemon juice
Leaf Gelatin
Milk
Core of ½ vanilla bean
Sugar
Food starch
Preparation
1. Reserve some fruits for garnish. Puree rest of berries
with white wine, add to bowl, cover and cook.
5-7 Min.
g
tbsp
40
20
30
1
g
g
g
tsp
100 P
Carefully turn sugar and lemon juice under.
2. Soak gelatin in cold water for about 10 minutes,
then squeeze excess moisture out. Stir gelatin into
the hot fruit puree until it is dissolved. Refrigerate
jelly until it solidifies.
3. Add milk and vanilla sauce into bowl.
Cut open vanilla bean, remove the core. Stir vanilla
core, sugar and food starch into the milk, cover and
cook.
Stir occasionally and after cooking is finished.
2½-3½ Min.
125
1
½
50
¼
50
2
75
250
50
2
100 P
4. Empty jelly onto a plate, garnish with whole fruits.
Serve with vanilla sauce.
ml
g
g
g
ml
Flour
Oil
Egg
Water
Core of one vanilla bean
Butter or margarine
Egg yolk
Sugar
Curd (20% fat content)
Heavy whipping cream
Egg white
Flour for dusting
Butter or margarine
Breadcrumbs
Raisins
Butter or margarine for greasing the pan
Preparation
1. To make a dough, knead flour, ½ tbsp. oil and the
egg with the kneading attachment of a handheld
blender. Slowly add enough water to form a
smooth, elastic dough. The dough should not be
sticky. Brush the dough with the rest of the oil
2. Cover the dough with a hot, wet kitchen towel, let
stand for 30 minutes.
3. Cut open vanilla bean, remove the core. With a
handheld blender, stir the butter, egg yolk, sugar
and vanilla core until creamy. Stir in the curd and
cream. Beat egg white until stiff, carefully fold in.
4. Dust a dry kitchen towel with flour. Roll dough onto
this surface until it is very thin.
5. Melt the butter covered in a bowl.
Tip:
Can also be served with ice-cold cream or yoghurt.
approx. ½-1 Min.
100 P
Baste the dough with butter and sprinkle with
breadcrumbs. Place an even layer of curd mixture
on the dough, sprinkle raisins on top.
6. Using the kitchen towel, carefully turn the dough to
form a roll.
7. Grease the pan. Put the strudel roll, seam side
down, onto the baking pan and bake on the low
rack in the pre-heated microwave oven.
17-19 Min.
40 P/230°C
Tip:
Serve the strudel hot or cold. May be served with
vanilla sauce.
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g
g
g
ml
g
ml
ENGLISH
150
150
150
250
100
50
8
300
Recipes
Cakes, Bread, Desserts and Drinks
Spain
White Peach Mount
“Melocotones nevados”
makes about 8 servings
Total cooking time: approx. 6-7 minutes
Utensils:
Round, flat glass pan (dm. approx.
24 cm)
Ingredients
470
2
35
75
35
2
2
1
g
g
g
g
tbsps
tsp
Peach halves from a jar, drip dried
Egg white
Sugar
Ground almonds
Sugar
Egg yolk
Cognac
Butter or margarine for greasing the pan
Germany
Preparation
1. Pat the peach halves dry.
2. Beat egg white until stiff. Sprinkle a little sugar into
the beaten egg whites.
3. Mix the almonds, the rest of the sugar, egg yolk and
cognac.
4. Fill the peach halves with this mixture. Using a
pastry bag, squeeze the egg whites onto the filling.
5. Grease the pan. Place the peaches into the baking
dish, bake on the low rack.
6-7 Min.
50 P
Sweden
Pistachio Rice with Strawberries
“Pistaschris med zordgubbe”
Total cooking time: approx. 23-26 minutes
Utensils:
High bowl with cover (2 l contents)
Ingredients
125
175
175
1
1
50
250
40
40
200
1
50
g
ml
ml
pinch
g
g
g
ml
ml
g
2. Cut strawberries in half, mix with sugar and orange
liquor.
3. Remove vanilla bean from rice, place rice in a
double boiler to cool, stirring constantly. Beat
the cream and egg white, separately, until stiff.
Carefully fold the pistachios under the cold rice,
then the cream and finally the egg whites.
4. Serve the rice in a large bowl. Make a little hollow,
place the strawberries in the hollow.
Long grain rice
Milk
Water
Vanilla bean
salt
Sugar
Strawberries
Sugar
Cointreau (Orange liquor, 40 Vol.-%)
Heavy whipping cream
Egg white
Pistachios
Cherry Pudding
“Kirschenmichel”
Total cooking time: approx. 16-18 minutes
Utensils:
High, round casserole dish
(dm. approx. 20 cm)
Ingredients
4
375
60
8
4
1
30
tbsp
g
4
1
350
2
1
tsp
g
tbsps
tbsp
20-22 Min.
Old, hard bread roll (160 g)
Milk
Butter or margarine
Sugar (80 g)
Egg yolk
Flour
Chopped almonds
Shredded skin of one Lemon
Egg white
Butter or margarine for greasing the pan
Sour cherries from a jar, drip dried.
Breadcrumbs
Butter or margarine
Preparation
1. Cut rolls into small pieces, soak in milk.
2. Beat butter, sugar and egg yolk with a handheld
blender until creamy. Add flour, almonds, lemon
rind and soaked rolls (squeeze excess moisture
out).
3. Beat egg white until stiff, carefully fold in.
4. Grease the pan. Place the bread dough and the
cherries into the casserole dish in layers. The
uppermost layer should be dough.
5. Sprinkle breadcrumbs onto the top, cover with
butter flakes.
Place onto the low rack and bake in a pre-heated
microwaveoven.
16-18 Min.
Preparation
1. Add the rice to a bowl, fill with the liquid. Cut open
the vanilla bean, add the vanilla bean, salt and
sugar to the rice, cover and cook.
3-4 Min.
ml
g
tbsps
100 P
30 P
After baking, let stand for about 5 minutes.
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60 P/230°C
After baking, let dish stand for 5-10 minutes.
Recipes
Carrot Cake
“Rueblitorte“
makes about 16 servings
Total cooking time: approx. 24 minutes
Utensils:
Round baking pan
(dm. approx. 28 cm)
Ingredients
1 tsp
5
250 g
250 g
250 g
80 g
1 tbsp
5
Butter or margarine for greasing the pan
Egg yolk
Sugar
Carrots, finely diced
Juice of one lemon
Ground almonds
Flour
Baking powder
Egg white
2. Grease the pan, roll the dough between two layers
of foil and place into the pan. Form an edge of
about 3 cm high.
3. Evenly spread hazelnuts onto the dough.
4. Peel, core and quarter the apples, cut into thin
slices. Place apple slices in an overlapping pattern
onto the hazelnuts, thinly dust with cinnamon.
5. Separate eggs. Beat egg whites until stiff, add a dash
of salt and 1 Tbls. sugar. Beat egg yolk, rest of the
sugar and vanilla bean until foamy. Add Calvados,
food starch and Crème double, carefully fold in.
Fold the beaten egg whites in this mixture and evenly
spread on top of the apple slices. Place onto the low
rack and bake. (This recipe will make about 1.3 kg).
AUTO COOK No.6
Preparation
1. Grease the pan.
2. Beat egg yolk and sugar with a handheld blender
until creamy. Add carrots, lemon juice and almonds.
Mix flour and baking powder, add to mixture, mix
well.
3. Beat egg white until stiff, carefully fold in.
Fill dough into the baking dish. Place onto the low
rack and bake. (This recipe will make about 1,1 kg).
Tip:
Let the cake cool in the baking pan, dust with
powdered sugar just prior to serving.
Germany
Cheese Cake
makes about 12-16 servings
AUTO COOK No.6
Total cooking time: approx. 43-47 minutes
Utensils:
Spring form (dm. approx. 28 cm)
4. Let cool in the baking dish for 5 minutes.
Ingredients
France
Apple Cake with Calvados
“Tarte aux pommes avec calvados”
makes about 12-16 pieces
Total cooking time: approx. 26 minutes
Utensils:
Spring form (dm. approx. 28 cm)
Ingredients
200
1
100
1
1
1
3-4
125
1
50
600
2
1
4
1
4
1½
125
g
tsp
g
pck.
pinch
g
tsp
g
g
pinch
tbsps
pck.
tbsps
tbsps
g
Flour
Baking powder
Sugar
Vanilla sugar
Salt
Egg
Drops Bitter almond flavor
Butter
Butter or margarine for greasing the pan
Chopped hazelnuts
Apples (Boscop, approx. 3-4 pieces)
Cinnamon
Eggs
Salt
Sugar
Vanilla sugar
Calvados (apple brandy)
Food starch
Crème double
Powdered sugar for dusting
250
1
125
30
1
1-2
1
750
300
3
1
125
g
tsp
g
g
tbsps
tsp
g
g
pck.
ml
30 g
4
Flour
Backing powder (3 g)
Butter or margarine
Sugar
Egg yolk
Water
Butter or margarine for greasing the pan
Curd, 20% fat content
Sugar
Egg yolk
Pudding powder vanilla (40 g)
Milk
Juice of ½ lemon
Raisins, washed
Egg white
Preparation
1. Mix flour and baking powder. Add butter, sugar,
egg yolk and water, knead with a handheld
blender. Cover the dough and stand in a cool place
for 30 minutes.
2. Grease the pan, roll the dough and place into the pan.
Slightly pull up an edge. Pierce the dough with a fork
several times, pre-bake the dough on the low rack.
11-13 Min.
Preparation
1. Mix flour and baking powder. Mix sugar, vanilla
sugar, salt, egg, bitter almond flavor and butter.
Add to flour mixture and knead with the kneading
attachment of a handheld blender. Cover the dough
and stand in a cool place for 30 minutes.
30 P/230°C
3. Mix the curd, sugar, egg, pudding powder, milk ,
lemon Juice and raisins.
4. Beat egg white until stiff, carefully fold in. Evenly
spread the curd mixture onto the dough. Place onto
the low rack and bake.
32-34 Min.
30 P/160°C
5. Let the cheese cake cool off, remove from baking pan.
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Cakes, Bread, Desserts and Drinks
France
Germany
Pear Tart
Four-Fruit-Cake
“Tarte aux poires“
makes about 12-14 servings
makes about 12-16 servings
Total cooking time: approx. 18-21 minutes.
Round baking pan (dm. approx. 28 cm)
Utensils:
Bowl with cover (2 l contents)
Small bowl with cover
Total cooking time: approx. 20-24 minutes.
Round fruit cake pan (dm. approx. 28 cm)
Utensils:
Two bowls with cover (2 l contents)
Ingredients
150
75
30
1
1
1
250
1
2
20
½
1
540
120
1
1
g
g
g
pinch
tsp
ml
pinch
g
pck.
tbsp
g
g
tbsp
tbsp
Flour
Butter or margarine
Powdered sugar
Salt
Egg
Butter or margarine for greasing the pan
Milk
Salt
Egg yolk
Sugar
Vanilla sugar (5 g)
Food starch
Pears from a jar, drip dried
Gooseberry jam
Candied fruits
Shaved almonds
Preparation
1. Knead flour, butter, powdered sugar, salt and egg
yolk with the kneading attachment of a handheld
blender to form a dough. Cover and place in a
cool place for 30 minutes.
2. Grease the baking pan. Roll the dough and place
into the pan. Pull up the edges. Pierce the dough
several times with a fork.
Place onto the low rack and bake.
14-16 Min.
20 P/230°C
3. Remove the dough from the baking pan, set onto a
backing rack to cool completely.
4. Put milk and salt into a bowl, cover and heat.
approx. 2 Min.
100 P
5. Stir the egg yolk, sugar and vanilla sugar, until it
forms a light-colored cream. Add the starch, mix
well. Slowly add the hot milk. Pour this mixture back
into the bowl, cover and heat. Stir occasionally and
after cooking is finished.
1-2 Min.
100 P
6. Baste the dough with the cream. Evenly place pears
on top. Put gooseberry jam into the small bowl,
cover and heat.
approx. 1 Min.
Ingredients
75
75
1
2
150
1
4
1
150
½
2
250
1
50
150
100
1
250
g
g
tsp
g
tsp
tbsps
tsp
g
pck.
tbsps
ml
g
g
g
pck.
ml
Butter or margarine
Sugar
Vanilla flavor
Eggs
Flour
Baking powder (3 g)
Milk
Butter or margarine to grease the pan
Almond paste base
Pudding powder vanilla (20 g)
Sugar (20 g)
Milk
Onions (100 g), in slices
Seedless grapes, cut in half
Mandarin-Oranges, from a jar, drip dried
Peaches, sliced, from a jar, drip dried
Glazing powder (11 g), clear
Clear fruit juice
Preparation
1. Beat butter, sugar, vanilla flavor and egg yolk
with a handheld blender for about 3 minutes until
creamy. Mix flour and baking powder. Alternately
mix flour and milk into the butter mixture.
2. Grease the pan and spread the dough evenly into
the pan. Place on the low rack and bake.
13-15 Min.
20 P/230°C
Remove the cake from the baking pan and let it
cool of.
3. Roll out the almond paste base between two foils,
to the size of the cake bottom. Place on top of the
cake bottom
4. Add pudding powder, sugar and milk into bowl.
Stir until it is free of clumps, cover and cook. Stir
occasionally and after cooking is finished.
approx. 3 Min.
100 P
5. Baste the pudding onto the cake bottom. Evenly
distribute the fruit on top.
6. Dissolve the glazing powder in fruit juice, pour into
bowl and cook. Stir occasionally and after cooking
is finished.
100 P
4-6 Min.
40 P
Distribute the glaze over the fruit, let it cool off.
7. Sprinkle over pears, garnish with the candied fruits
and shaved almonds.
Tip:
You should place the cream and pears on the
dough only shortly before serving, otherwise it
might soak up the moisture.
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Tip:
The almond paste will have a more intensive flavor,
if you let the torte rest for a few hours.
Recipes
Curd Puff Pastries
makes about 12 servings
Total cooking time: approx. 14-16 minutes.
Utensils:
Baking pan (dm. approx. 30 cm)
greaseproof paper
Ingredients
200
1
200
200
1
g
tsp
g
g
pinch
1
1
1 tbsp
Flour
Baking powder (3 g)
Low-fat curd
Butter
Salt
Jam for filling
Egg white
Egg yolk
Water
Powdered sugar
AUTO COOK No.6
Preparation
1. Mix flour and baking powder. Add low-fat curd,
butter and salt, knead with the kneading attachment
of a handheld blender to make a dough. Cover the
dough and place in a cool area for 30 minutes.
2. Roll half of the dough on a floured surface about
½ cm thick. Cut the dough into 6 squares (about
12x12 cm), place one teaspoon of jam into each
center.
3. Baste the edges with egg white and fold to form a
triangle.
4. Cover the backing pan with greaseproof paper.
Mix egg yolk and water, baste the pastries with this
mixture and place on baking pan. Bake on the low
rack in the pre-heated microwave oven.
14-16 Min.
Preparation
1. Grease the Gugelhupf pan.
2. Beat butter and powdered sugar with a handheld
blender until creamy. Slowly add egg yolk. Add
almond slivers, raisins and the shredded lemon
rind. Mix well.
3. Beat egg whites until they are stiff and carefully fold in.
Mix flour and baking powder, sieve and carefully
fold in.
4. Fill dough into the baking pan and bake on low rack.
(This recipe will make about 0.9 kg).
230°C
After cooling, dust with powdered sugar.
5. Prepare the other 6 puff-pastry squares and bake.
Tip:
Also try other fillings, e.g. nuts, almonds, almond
paste, curd, whole fruits, fruit stew or hearty fillings.
Austria
Spain
Almond Cake
“Tarta de almendras“
Ingredients
2
1 tsp
100 g
100 g
4
½ tbsp
200 g
Total cooking time: approx. 23 minutes.
Utensils:
Gugelhupf pan (dm. approx. 22 cm)
8-10 Min.
tsp
g
g
g
g
4
280 g
1 pck.
230°C
3. Beat butter and sugar with a handheld blender
until creamy. Add eggs slowly, one at a time, keep
mixing. Add shredded lemon rind and cinnamon.
Slowly add almonds.
4. Distribute almond mixture evenly on puff pastry,
bake on low rack.
18-20 Min.
200°C
5. Sprinkle with powdered sugar and serve.
Ingredients
1
170
140
4
40
40
Puff pastry sheet (200 g) frozen
Butter or margarine to grease the pan
Butter or margarine
Sugar
Shredded skin of one lemon
Eggs
Cinnamon
Almond powder
Preparation
1. Thaw the puff pastr y according to package
directions. Grease the pan.
2. Roll the dough to the size of the baking pan and
place into the pan. Pierce dough several times with
a fork and place on the low rack in the pre-heated
microwave oven.
Gugelhupf
makes about 16 servings
makes about 12 servings
Total cooking time: approx. 26-30 minutes.
Utensils:
Spring form (dm. approx. 24 cm)
Butter or margarine to grease the pan
Butter or margarine
Powdered sugar
Egg yolk
Almond slivers
Raisins, washed and some shredded
Lemon rind
Egg white
Flour
Baking powder (15 g)
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Cakes, Bread, Desserts and Drinks
Spain
Biscuit Roll “Gypsy’s Arm”
“Brazo gitano“
makes about 8-10 servings
Total cooking time: approx. 13½-15½ minutes.
Utensils:
Square pan (approx. 24x24 cm)
greaseproof paper
Bowl with cover (2 l contents)
8-10 Min.
Ingredients
3
90
90
1
250
1
g
g
tsp
ml
75 g
2 tbsps
2
2 tbsps
Tip:
These cookies are very decorative, if you dip
one half of each cookie into melted semi-sweet
chocolate.
Preparation
1. Beat eggs and sugar with a handheld blender until
creamy, until air bubbles rise. Mix flour and baking
powder, sieve and carefully fold in.
2. Cover the baking pan with greaseproof paper, pour
the dough into the pan and bake on the low rack in
the pre-heated oven.
100 P
5. Mix the rest of the milk with the food starch and the
egg yolk. Remove lemon and cinnamon stick from
the milk and mix in the food starch mixture. Cover
and cook. Stir occasionally and after cooking is
finished.
approx. 1½ Min.
Austria
Chocolate with Cream
“Schokolade mit Schlagobers“
makes 1 serving
Total cooking time: approx. 1 minute
Utensils:
Large cup (200 ml content)
Ingredients
20 P/200°C
3. Place the biscuit cake onto a slightly wet kitchen
towel, sprinkled with sugar. Carefully remove the
baking parchment and immediately roll up the
biscuit, starting on one side, with a kitchen towel.
4. 200 ml milk with the cinnamon stick, lemon peel
and sugar into a bowl, cover and heat.
approx. 2 Min.
200°C
Let cool after baking.
Remove from the greaseproof paper only when
cookies are completely dry.
3. Prepare the next 12 cookies and bake, and so on.
Eggs
Sugar
Flour
Baking powder (3 g)
Milk
Cinnamon stick
Peel of one lemon
Sugar
Food starch (20 g)
Egg yolk
Powdered sugar (20 g)
10-12 Min.
Preparation
1. Knead all ingredients into a short crust dough, place
in cool area for ½ hour.
2. Roll the dough to about 3 mm thickness, cut out round
shapes of about 5 cm diameter. Place 12 cookies on
a baking pan covered with greaseproof paper. Bake
on the low rack in the pre-heated oven.
150 ml
30 g
30 ml
Milk
Block chocolate, shredded
Heavy whipping cream
Chocolate granules
Preparation
1. Pour milk into cup. Add block chocolate to the milk,
stir and heat.
Stir occasionally during heating.
approx. 1 Min.
100 P
2. Beat cream until stiff, place on top of chocolate,
garnish with chocolate granules and serve.
Austria
100 P
6. Unroll the biscuit roll, baste with the Crème and
carefully roll back up. Dust with powdered sugar.
Vienna Milk Coffee
makes 1 serving
Total cooking time: approx. 1-1½ minutes
Utensils:
Large cup (200 ml content)
Ingredients
Austria
1
1
75
75
2
20
Linzer Bakeries
makes about 70 cookies
Total cooking time: approx. 8-10 minutes.
Round Baking pan (dm. approx. 30 cm)
Utensils:
greaseproof paper
Ingredients
280
210
100
100
1
25
g
g
g
g
ml
Flour
Butter
Sugar
Almonds, with peel, powdered
Egg yolk
Lemon juice (½ lemon)
Some cinnamon
tbsp
ml
ml
tsps
ml
Egg yolk
Sugar
Milk
Water
Instant coffee
Rum
Preparation
1. Add all ingredients except rum into cup, stir well.
Heat, stirring once during cooking.
1-1½ Min.
2. Add rum to the hot drink.
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100 P
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Cakes, Bread, Desserts and Drinks
Netherlands
Switzerland
Fire Drink
Apple Chutney with Raisins
makes 10 servings
Total cooking time: approx. 8-10 minutes
Utensils:
Bowl with cover (2 l contents)
Ingredients
ml
ml
ml
g
tsps
White wine
Red wine, dry
Rum, 54 Vol.-%
Untreated Orange
Cinnamon sticks
Sugar
Kluntjes (Rock sugar)
Ingredients
Preparation
1. Pour alcohol into a bowl. Thinly peel orange, add
orange peel, cinnamon and sugar to the alcohol.
Cover and heat.
8-10 Min.
100 P
Remove the orange peel and the cinnamon.
Place one teaspoon rock sugar into each Grog
glass, pour Fire Drink on top and serve.
4
1
3
50 g
250 g
1 tsp
150 ml
100 ml
250 g
Hard apples (500 g), peeled and diced
Zucchini (200 g), diced
Onion (150 g), finely chopped
Plums, dried and pitted
Raisins
Juniper berries
Salt
Black pepper, ground
White wine
Apple vinegar
Sugar
Preparation
1. Place all ingredients except sugar into a bowl,
cover and heat. Stir once during cooking.
9-11 Min.
100 P
2. Mix sugar and fruits, cover and continue to cook.
Stir occasionally and after cooking is finished.
Great Britain
3-5 Min.
Raspberry Jam
10-12 Min.
Raspberry Jam
makes 30 servings
Total cooking time: approx. 10-12 minutes
Utensils:
Bowl with cover (2 l contents)
Jam glasses
preserving film
Tip:
This chutney is great when served with meat fondue,
baked meat and rice dishes.
Raspberries
Preserving sugar (2:1)
Preparation
1. Wash raspberries, mix, cover and heat.
4-5 Min.
100 P
2. Stir, cover again and cook.
6-7 Min.
40 P
3. Clean and dry glasses thoroughly. Fill glasses with
chutney and immediately close with preserving film.
Ingredients
500 g
250 g
100 P
30 P
3. Thoroughly clean jam glasses, fill with jam and
immediately close with preserving film.
Tip:
You can also use a frozen and thawed fruits.
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ESPAÑOL
500
500
500
1
3
75
10
makes 30 servings
Total cooking time: approx. 22-28 minutes
Utensils:
Bowl with cover (3 l contents)
Small canning or jam glasses
preserving film
ENGLISH
“Vuurdrank“
SPECIFICATIONS
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AC Line Voltage
Distribution line fuse/circuit breaker
AC Power required:
Output power:
Microwave Frequency
Outside Dimensions:
Cavity Dimensions
Oven Capacity
Turntable
Weight
Oven lamp
Microwave
Grill
Grill/Microwave
Convection
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Off Mode (Energy Save Mode)
Microwave
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230 V, 50 Hz, single phase
Minimum 16 A
1.34 kW (steady)
1.88 kW (initial)
2.8 kW
3.18 kW
2.8 kW
3.33 kW
less than 0.5W
1050 W (IEC 60705)
1300 W (650 W x2)
1450 W
2450 MHz (Group 2/Class B) *
550 mm (W) x 368 mm (H) x 537 mm (D) **
550 mm (W) x 368 mm (H) x 535 mm (D) **
375 mm (W) x 272 mm (H) x 395 mm (D) ***
40 litres ***
ø362 mm, ceramic
20 kg
25 W/240 - 250 V
*
This Product fulfils the requirement of the European standard EN55011.
In conformity with this standard, this product is classified as group 2 class B equipment.
Group 2 means that the equipment intentionally generates radio-frequency energy in the form of
electromagnetic radiation for heating treatment of food.
Class B equipment means that the equipment suitable to be used in domestic establishments.
**
The depth does not include the door opening handle
***
Internal capacity is calculated by measuring maximum width, depth and height.
Actual capacity for holding food is less.
As part of a policy of continuous improvement, we reserve the right to alter design and
specifications without notice.
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