User
Manual
Microwave
Oven
ZNM11X
CONTENTS
Important safety instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 - 3
Oven & accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
Control panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
Before operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
Setting the clock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
Microwave cooking advice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7 - 8
Microwave safe cookware . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
Microwave power levels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9
Microwave cooking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
Other convenient functions
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 - 12
Auto cook, cook from frozen & auto defrost operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13 - 14
Auto cook, cook from frozen & auto defrost charts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15 - 18
Recipes for auto cook . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18 - 19
Cooking charts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20 - 21
Recipes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21 - 25
Care & cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26
What to do if... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27
Service & spare parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28
Customer care . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28
Guarantee conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30
Important information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30
Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31 - 32
The symbol
on the product or on its packaging indicates that this product may not be treated as
household waste. Instead it shall be handed over to the applicable collection point for the recycling of
electrical and electronic equipment. By ensuring this product is disposed of correctly, you will help prevent
potential negative consequences for the environment and human health, which could otherwise be caused
by inappropriate waste handling of this product. For more detailed information about recycling of this
product, please contact your local city office, your household waste disposal service or the shop where
you purchased the product.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS: READ CAREFULLY AND KEEP FOR FUTURE REFERENCE
To avoid the danger of fire.
To avoid the possibility of injury
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.
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.
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.
The electrical outlet must be readily accessible so that
the unit can be unplugged easily in an emergency.
Do not store or use the oven outdoors.
If food being heated begins to smoke, DO
NOT OPEN THE DOOR. Turn off and unplug
the oven and wait until the food has
stopped smoking. Opening the door while
food is smoking may cause a fire.
Only use microwave-safe containers and
utensils. See page 8.
Do not leave the oven unattended when
using disposable plastic, paper or other
combustible food containers.
Do
the
Do
the
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.
not operate the oven with the door open or alter
door safety latches in any way.
not operate the oven if there is an object between
door seals and sealing surfaces.
Do not allow grease or dirt to build up on
the door seals and adjacent parts. Follow
instructions for “Care & Cleaning”, Page
26. Failure to maintain the oven in a clean
condition could lead to a deterioration of
the surface that could adversely affect the
life of the appliance and possibly result in
a hazardous situation.
Do not place flammable materials near the oven or
ventilation openings. Do not block the ventilation
openings.
Remove all metallic seals, wire twists, etc., from food
and food packages. Arcing on metallic surfaces may
cause a fire.
Do not use the microwave oven to heat oil for deep
frying. The temperature cannot be controlled and the
oil may catch fire.
To make popcorn, only use special microwave
popcorn makers.
Do not store food or any other items inside the oven.
Check the settings after you start the oven to ensure
the oven is operating as desired.
See the corresponding hints in operation manual.
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
Under no circumstances should you remove the outer
cabinet.
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 your local Service Force Centre.
Do not immerse the power supply cord or plug in
water or any other liquid.
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.
Do not attempt to replace the oven lamp yourself or
allow anyone who is not authorised by Service Force
to do so. If the oven lamp fails, please consult your
dealer or contact your local Service Force Centre.
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 Service Force technician.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
To avoid the possibility of explosion and
sudden boiling:
To avoid misuse by children
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.
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.
Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not
play with the appliance.
Do not lean or swing on the oven door. Do not play
with the oven or use it as a toy.
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
Never modify the oven in any way.
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 trouble-free use of your oven and
avoid damage.
Never operate the oven when it is empty.
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 dishes instructions must
not be exceeded.
Do not use metal utensils, which reflect microwaves and
may cause electrical arcing. Do not put cans in the oven.
Only use the turntable and the turntable support designed
for this oven. Do not operate the oven without the
turntable.
To prevent the turntable from breaking:
(a) Before cleaning the turntable with water, leave the
turntable to cool.
(b) Do not put hot foods or hot utensils on a cold turntable.
(c) Do not put cold foods or cold utensils on a hot turntable.
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.
WARNING: Liquids and other foods must not
be heated in sealed containers since they are
liable to explode.
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.
Take care when microwaving liquids. Use a widemouthed container to allow bubbles to escape.
Microwave heating of beverages can result in
delayed eruptive boiling, therefore care has to
be taken when handling the container.
To prevent sudden eruption of boiling liquid and
possible scalding:
1. Stir liquid prior to heating/reheating.
2. It is advisable to insert a glass rod or similar utensil
into the liquid whilst reheating.
3. Let liquid stand for at least 20 seconds in the oven at
the end of cooking time to prevent delayed eruptive
boiling.
Do not cook eggs in their shells, and whole
hard 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.
Pierce the skin of such foods as potatoes, sausages and
fruit before cooking, or they may explode.
To avoid the possibility of burns
Use pot holders or oven gloves when removing food
from the oven to prevent burns.
Always open containers, popcorn makers, oven cooking
bags, etc., away from the face and hands to avoid
steam burns.
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.
Temperature of the container is not a true indication of
the temperature of the food or drink; always check the
food temperature.
Always stand back from the oven door when opening it
to avoid burns from escaping steam and heat.
Slice stuffed baked foods after heating to release steam
and avoid burns.
Keep children away from the door to prevent them
burning themselves.
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OVEN & ACCESSORIES
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14.
Front trim
Oven lamp
Control panel
Door opening button
Waveguide cover
Oven cavity
Seal packing
Door seals and sealing surfaces
Fixing points (4 points)
Ventilation openings
Outer cover
Rear cabinet
Power supply cord support clip
Power supply cord
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ACCESSORIES:
Check to make sure the following accessories are
provided:
(15) Turntable (16) Turntable support
(17) 4 fixing screws (not shown).
• Place the turntable support in the seal packing on
the floor of the cavity.
• Then place the turntable on the turntable support.
• To avoid turntable damage, ensure dishes or
containers are lifted clear of the turntable rim when
removing them from the oven.
NOTE: When you order accessories, please mention
two items: part name and model name to your dealer
or local Service Force Centre.
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CONTROL PANEL
1 Digital Display
2 Indicators
The appropriate indicator will flash or light up,
just above each symbol according to the
instruction. When an indicator is flashing, press
the appropriate button (having the same
symbol) or carry out the necessary operation.
1
2
Stir
Turn over
Weight
3
Portion
Microwave power level
4
5
Cooking in progress
3 TIME/WEIGHT/PORTION knob
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4 AUTO COOK 1 button
Press to select one of the 2 automatic
programmes.
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5 AUTO COOK 2 button
Press to select one of the 2 automatic
programmes.
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6 COOK FROM FROZEN button
Press to select one of the 3 automatic
programmes.
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10
7 AUTO DEFROST button
Press to select one of the 5 automatic
programmes.
8 MICROWAVE POWER LEVEL button
9 START/+30 button
10 STOP button
11 DOOR OPENING button
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BEFORE OPERATION
Using the STOP button
Use the STOP button to:
1. Erase a mistake during programming.
2. Stop the oven temporarily during cooking.
3. Cancel a programme during cooking, touch twice.
Plug in the oven.
1. The oven display will flash:
2. Touch the STOP button the display will show:
x1
To set the clock, see below.
SETTING THE CLOCK
There are two setting modes: 12 hour clock and 24 hour clock.
1. To set the 12 hour clock, hold the MICROWAVE POWER LEVEL button
down for 3 seconds.
will appear in the display.
2. To set the 24 hour clock, press the MICROWAVE POWER LEVEL button once
more after Step 1, in the example below
will appear in the display.
x1 and hold
for 3 secs.
To set the clock, follow the example below.
Example:
To set the 24 hour clock to 23:35
1. Choose the clock function.
(12 hour clock)
Choose the 24 hour
clock.
x1 and hold
for 3 secs.
4. Set the minutes. Rotate the TIMER/
WEIGHT/PORTION knob until the
correct minute is displayed. (35).
2. Set the hours. Rotate the
TIMER/WEIGHT/PORTION
knob until the correct hour is
displayed (23).
3. Press the MICROWAVE
POWER LEVEL button
to change from hours to
minutes.
x1
x1
5. Press the MICROWAVE
POWER LEVEL button to
start the clock.
Check the display.
x1
NOTE:
1. You can rotate the TIMER/WEIGHT/PORTION
knob clockwise or counter-clockwise.
2. Press the STOP button if you make a mistake
during programming.
3. If the electrical power supply to your microwave
oven is interrupted, the display will intermittently
show
after the power is reinstated. If this
occurs during cooking, the programme will be
erased. The time of day will also be erased.
4. When you want to reset the time of day, follow the
above example again.
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MICROWAVE COOKING ADVICE
A variety of cookware can be used as listed on page 8.
Water, sugar and fat in food absorb microwaves which
cause them to vibrate. This creates heat by friction, in the
same way your hands get warm when you rub them
together.
The outer areas of the food are heated by the
microwave energy, then the heat moves to the centre by
conduction, as it does in conventional cooking. It is
important to turn, rearrange or stir food to ensure even
heating.
Once cooking is complete, the oven automatically stops
producing microwaves.
Standing time is necessary after cooking, as it enables the
heat to disperse equally throughout the food.
Microwaves cook food faster than conventional cooking.
It is therefore essential that certain techniques are followed
to ensure good results. Many of the following techniques
are similar to those used in conventional cooking.
Microwaves are energy waves, similar to those used for
TV and radio signals.
Electrical energy is converted into microwave energy,
which is directed into the oven cavity via a waveguide.
To prevent food and grease entering the waveguide it is
protected by the waveguide cover.
Microwaves cannot pass through metal, because of this
the oven cavity is made of metal and there is a fine metal
mesh on the door. During cooking the microwaves
bounce off the sides of the oven cavity at random.
Microwaves will pass through certain materials, such as
glass and plastic, to heat the food. (See ‘Microwave safe
cookware’ on page 8.)
To cook/defrost food in a microwave oven, the
microwave energy must be able to pass through the
container to penetrate the food. Therefore it is important
to choose suitable cookware.
Round/oval dishes are preferable to square/oblong
ones, as the food in the corners tends to overcook.
FOOD CHARACTERISTICS
Composition
Foods high in fat or sugar (e.g. Christmas pudding, mince pies) require less heating time. Care should
be taken as overheating can lead to fire.
Density
Food density will affect the amount of cooking time needed. Light porous foods, such as cakes or
bread, cook more quickly than heavy, dense foods, such as roasts and casseroles.
Quantity
The cooking time must be increased as the amount of food placed in the oven increases. E.g. Four
potatoes will take longer to cook than two.
Size
Small foods and small pieces cook faster than large ones, as microwaves can penetrate from all sides
to the centre. For even cooking make all the pieces the same size.
Shape
Foods which are irregular in shape, such as chicken breasts or drumsticks, take longer to cook in the
thicker parts. Round shapes cook more evenly than square shapes when microwave cooking.
Temperature
of food
The initial temperature of food affects the amount of cooking time needed. Chilled foods will take
longer to cook than food at room temperature. Cut into foods with fillings, e.g. jam doughnuts, to
release heat or steam.
COOKING TECHNIQUES
Arrange
Place the thickest parts of food towards the outside of the dish. E.g. Chicken drumsticks.
Cover
Use vented microwave cling film or a suitable lid.
Pierce
Foods with a shell, skin or membrane must be pierced in several places before cooking or reheating as
steam will build up and may cause food to explode, e.g. Potatoes, Fish, Chicken, Sausages.
Important: Eggs should not be heated using microwave power as they may explode, even after
cooking has ended, e.g. poached, fried, hard boiled.
Stir, turn and
rearrange
For even cooking it is essential to stir, turn and rearrange food during cooking. Always stir and
rearrange from the outside towards the centre.
Stand
Standing time is necessary after cooking to enable the heat to disperse equally throughout the food.
Shield
Some areas of food being defrosted may become warm. Warm areas can be shielded with small
pieces of foil, which reflect microwaves, e.g. legs and wings on a chicken.
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MICROWAVE COOKING ADVICE
USING A FOOD THERMOMETER TO DETERMINE COOKING TIME
cooked. The internal temperature can be ascertained
with a food thermometer. The most important
temperatures are specified in the temperature table.
Once cooked, every drink and every foodstuff has a
certain internal temperature at which the cooking
process can be switched off and the food will be
Drink / Food
Internal temp. at the end of
cooking time
Heating drinks (Coffee, Water, Tea, etc.)
65-75 oC
60-65 oC
Heating milk
Internal temp. after 10 - 15 min
standing
75-80 oC
75-80 oC
Heating soup
Heating stew
Poultry
80-85 oC
Lamb Rare
Well done
70 oC
75-80 oC
50-55 oC
60-65 oC
75-80 oC
85-90 oC
70-75 oC
80-85 oC
55-60 oC
65-70 oC
80-85 oC
80-85 oC
80-85 oC
Roast beef
Rare
Medium
Well done
Pork, Veal
MICROWAVE SAFE COOKWARE
Cookware
Aluminium foil /
foil containers
Browning dishes
China and ceramics
Glassware e.g. Pyrex ®
Metal
Plastic / polystyrene
e.g. fast food containers
Cling film
Freezer / roasting bags
Paper - plates, cups
and kitchen paper
Straw and wooden
containers
Recycled paper
and newspaper
Microwave Comments
safe
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Small pieces of aluminium foil can be used to shield food from overheating. Keep foil at
least 2 cm from the oven walls, as arcing may occur. Foil containers are not
recommended unless specified by the manufacturer, e.g. Microfoil ®, follow instructions
carefully.
Always follow the manufacturers instructions. Do not exceed heating times given. Be
very careful as these dishes become very hot.
Porcelain, pottery, glazed earthenware and bone china are usually suitable, except for
those with metallic decoration.
Care should be taken if using fine glassware as it can break or crack if heated suddenly.
It is not recommended to use metal cookware when using microwave power as it will
arc, which can lead to fire.
Care must be taken as some containers warp, melt or discolour at high temperatures.
Should not touch the food and must be pierced to let the steam escape.
Must be pierced to let steam escape. Ensure bags are suitable for microwave use. Do
not use plastic or metal ties, as they may melt or catch fire due to the metal arcing.
Only use for warming or to absorb moisture. Care must be taken as overheating may
cause fire.
Always attend the oven when using these materials as overheating may cause fire.
May contain extracts of metal which will cause ‘arcing’ and may lead to fire.
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MICROWAVE POWER LEVELS
Your oven has 5 power levels. To choose the power
level for cooking, follow the advice given in the
recipe section. Generally the following
recommendations apply:
450W - for dense foods which require a long
cooking time when cooked conventionally, eg. beef
dishes, it is advisable to use this power setting to
ensure the meat will be tender.
900W - used for fast cooking or reheating e.g.
soup, casseroles, canned food, hot beverages,
vegetables, fish, etc.
270W - (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.
630W - used for longer cooking of dense foods
such as roast joints, meat loaf and plated meals,
also for sensitive dishes such as cheese sauce and
sponge cakes. At this reduced setting, the sauce
will not boil over and food will cook evenly without
over cooking at the sides.
90W - For gentle defrosting, eg. cream gateaux or
pastry.
W = WATT
To set the microwave power level :
1. Rotate the TIMER/WEIGHT/PORTION knob clockwise or counter-clockwise to select cooking time.
2. Press the MICROWAVE POWER LEVEL button until the desired power level appears on the display.
(If the MICROWAVE POWER LEVEL button is touched once,
will be displayed. If you miss your
desired level, continue pressing the MICROWAVE POWER LEVEL button until you reach the level again.)
3. Press the START/+30 button.
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MICROWAVE COOKING
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.
Cooking time
0-5 minutes
5-10 minutes
10-30 minutes
30-90 minutes
Increasing unit
10 seconds
30 seconds
1 minute
5 minutes
Example:
Suppose you want to heat soup for 2 minutes and 30 seconds on 630W microwave power.
1. Enter desired cooking
time by rotating the
TIMER/WEIGHT/
PORTION knob
clockwise.
2. Choose desired power
level by pressing
MICROWAVE POWER
LEVEL button twice.
3. Press START/+30
button once to begin
cooking.
x1
x2
Check the display.
NOTE:
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/+30
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 touching the MICROWAVE POWER LEVEL button, the power level will be displayed.
3. You can rotate the TIMER/WEIGHT/PORTION knob clockwise or counter-clockwise. If you rotate the
knob counter-clockwise, the cooking time will decrease from 90 minutes by degrees.
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OTHER CONVENIENT FUNCTIONS
1. MULTIPLE SEQUENCE COOKING
A maximum of 3 sequences can be input, consisting of manual cooking time and mode.
Example:
To cook:
5 minutes on 900 W power (Stage 1)
16 minutes on 270 W power (Stage 2)
STAGE 1
1. Enter the desired cooking
time by rotating TIMER/
WEIGHT/PORTION
knob.
2. Choose the desired power
level by pressing the
MICROWAVE POWER
LEVEL button once.
x1
STAGE 2
3. Enter desired time by
rotating TIMER/
WEIGHT/PORTION
knob.
4. Choose the desired power
level by pressing the
MICROWAVE POWER
LEVEL button four times.
x4
5. Press the START/+30
button once to begin
cooking.
x1
(The oven will begin to cook for 5 minutes on 900W, and then for 16 minutes on 270W.)
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OTHER CONVENIENT FUNCTIONS
2. ADD 30 SECONDS FUNCTION
The START/+30 button allows you to operate the two following functions:
a. Direct start
You can directly start cooking on 900W microwave power level for 30 seconds by pressing the
START/+30 button.
NOTE:
To avoid the misuse by children the START/+30 button can be used only within 3 minute after preceding
operation, i.e., closing the door, pressing the STOP button or cooking completion.
b. Extend the cooking time
You can extend the cooking time for multiples of 30 seconds if the button is pressed while the oven is in
operation.
3. TO CHECK THE POWER LEVEL
To check the microwave power level during cooking press the MICROWAVE POWER LEVEL button.
x1
As long as your finger is touching the MICROWAVE POWER LEVEL button the power level will be
displayed.
The oven continues to count down although the display shows the power level.
4. SAFETY LOCK FUNCTION
TO SET THE SAFETY LOCK FUNCTION
1. Press and hold the STOP key for 3
seconds.
TO CANCEL THE SAFETY LOCK FUNCTION
1. Press and hold the STOP key for 3 seconds.
x1 for 3 seconds
x1 for 3 seconds
The display will show the
time of day, if set.
The display will show:
NOTE: When the Safety Lock is set you cannot input any buttons except the STOP button.
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AUTO COOK, COOK FROM FROZEN &
AUTO DEFROST OPERATION
AUTO COOK, COOK FROM FROZEN and AUTO DEFROST automatically work out the correct
cooking mode and cooking time. You can choose from 4 AUTO COOK, 3 COOK FROM FROZEN and
5 AUTO DEFROST menus. What you need to know when using this automatic function:
For example:
1a. AUTO COOK 1: The AUTO COOK 1 button
has two menus. Press the AUTO COOK 1
button once, the display will appear as shown.
1a.
1b. AUTO COOK 2: The AUTO COOK 2 button
has two menus. Press the AUTO COOK 2
button once, the display will appear as shown.
1b.
1c. COOK FROM FROZEN: The COOK FROM
FROZEN button has three menus. Press the
COOK FROM FROZEN button once, the
display will appear as shown.
1c.
1d. AUTO DEFROST: The AUTO DEFROST button
has 5 menus. Press the AUTO DEFROST button
once, the display will appear as shown.
1d.
Menu number
Menu number
Menu number
Menu number
The menu can be chosen by pressing the COOK FROM FROZEN, AUTO DEFROST or desired AUTO
COOK button until the desired menu number is displayed. See pages 15-18 “AUTO COOK, COOK
FROM FROZEN & AUTO DEFROST charts”.
The menu will be changed automatically by holding down the AUTO COOK 1, AUTO COOK 2,
COOK FROM FROZEN or AUTO DEFROST button.
2. The weight or quantity of the food can be input
by rotating the TIMER/WEIGHT/PORTION
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 AUTO COOK COOK
FROM FROZEN & AUTO DEFROST charts, use
manual operation. For best results, follow the
cooking charts on pages 20 - 21.
2.
TIMER/WEIGHT/
PORTION knob
3.
START/+30 button
x1
3. To start cooking press START/+30 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 manually.
When action is required (e.g. to turn food over)
the oven stops and the audible signals sound,
remaining cooking time and any indicator will
flash on the display. To continue cooking, press
the START/+30 button.
NOTE: If you use the A D D 3 0 S E C O N D S
function during the cooking/defrosting,
the food may be overcooked.
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AUTO COOK, COOK FROM FROZEN &
AUTO DEFROST OPERATION
Example 1 for AUTO COOK:
To cook 1,5 kg (3 units) of Fish Fillet with Sauce using Auto Cook 2 (A2-1).
1. Select the menu required
by pressing the AUTO
COOK 2 button once.
2. Enter the quantity by rotating
the TIMER/WEIGHT/
PORTION knob clockwise.
3. Press the START/+30
button once.
x1
x1
Check the display.
Example 2 for COOK FROM FROZEN:
To cook Frozen Gratin 0,6 kg using Cook From Frozen FC-3.
1. Select the menu required by
pressing the COOK FROM
FROZEN button 3 times.
2. Enter the weight by rotating
the TIMER/WEIGHT/
PORTION knob clockwise.
3. Press the START/+30
button once.
x1
x3
Check the display.
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AUTO COOK, COOK FROM FROZEN &
AUTO DEFROST CHARTS
BUTTON
x1
x2
BUTTON
AUTO COOK
1
WEIGHT (Increasing
Unit) / UTENSILS
A1-1 Cook
Chicken Pan
with Vegetables
0,5 - 1,5 kg* (1 - 3)
Gratin dish with
microwave cling film
PROCEDURE
• See recipe for “Chicken Pan with
Vegetables” on page 18.
* Total weight of all ingredients
A1-2 Cook
Mince and
Onion
0,5 - 1,5 kg* (1 - 3)
Casserole dish with lid
• See recipe for “Mince & Onion” on page
18.
* Total weight of all ingredients
AUTO COOK
2
WEIGHT (Increasing
Unit) / UTENSILS
A2-1 Cook
Fish fillet with
sauce
0,5 - 1,5 kg* (1 - 3)
Gratin dish &
microwave cling film
x1
PROCEDURE
• See recipe for “Fish Fillet with Sauce” on
page 19.
* Total weight of all ingredients
A2-2 Cook
Gratin
0,5 - 1,5 kg* (1 - 3)
Gratin dish
• See recipe for “Gratin” on page 19.
* Total weight of all ingredients
x2
Note: Chilled foods are cooked from 5oC, frozen foods are cooked from -18oC.
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AUTO COOK, COOK FROM FROZEN &
AUTO DEFROST CHARTS
BUTTON
x1
COOK FROM
FROZEN
WEIGHT (Increasing
Unit) / UTENSILS
FC-1 Cook
Frozen
Vegetables
0,1 - 0,6 kg (100 g)
Bowl & lid
• Add 1tbsp water per 100 gand salt as
desired. (For mushrooms no additional
water is necessary).
• Cover with lid.
• When the audible signal sounds, stir and
re-cover.
• After cooking, stand for approx. 2 min.
NOTE: If frozen vegetables are compacted
together, cook manually.
FC-2 Cook
Frozen Ready
Meals
0,3 - 1,0 kg* (100 g)
Bowl & lid
• Transfer meal to suitable microwave-proof
dish.
• Add some liquid if recommended by the
manufacturer.
• Cover with lid.
• Cook without cover if the manufacturer
instructs.
• When the audible signal sounds, stir and
re-cover.
• After cooking, stir and stand for approx. 2 min.
FC-3 Cook
Frozen Gratin
0,2 - 0,6 kg (100 g)
Shallow, oval gratin
dish and microwave
cling film or original
container and
microwave cling film
• Remove the frozen gratin from the package.
If the container is not suitable for
microwave ovens, transfer gratin to a
suitable microwave proof dish.
• If the container is suitable for microwave
ovens, remove original paper cover and
cover with microwave cling film.
• After cooking, stand for approx. 5 min.
x2
x3
PROCEDURE
Note: Chilled foods are cooked from 5oC, frozen foods are cooked from -18oC.
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AUTO COOK, COOK FROM FROZEN &
AUTO DEFROST CHARTS
BUTTON
AUTO
DEFROST
WEIGHT (Increasing
Unit) / UTENSILS
Ad-1 Defrost
Steak and
Chops
0,2 - 1,0 kg (100 g)
• Place the food on a plate in the centre of the
Flan dish
turntable.
(See note on page 18.) • When the oven stops and the audible
signals sound, turn the food over, rearrange
and separate. Shield thin parts and warm
spots with aluminium foil.
• After defrosting, wrap in aluminium foil for
10 - 15 minutes, until thoroughly defrosted.
Ad-2 Defrost
Minced Meat
0,2 - 1,0 kg (100 g)
• Place the block of minced meat in a flan
Flan dish
dish in the centre of the turntable.
(See note on page 18.) • When the audible signal sounds, turn the food
over. Remove the defrosted parts if possible.
• After defrosting cover with aluminium foil,
stand for 5-10 min, until thoroughly
defrosted.
Ad-3 Defrost
Poultry
0,9 - 1,8 kg (100 g)
• Place the poultry breast side down in a flan
Flan dish
dish in the centre of the turntable.
(See note on page 18.) • When the audible signal sounds, turn over
and shield thin parts and warm spots with
aluminium foil.
• After defrosting, rinse with cold water, cover
with aluminium foil and stand for 15-30 min
until thoroughly defrosted.
• Finally clean the poultry under running water.
Ad-4 Defrost
Cake
0,1 - 1,4 kg (100 g)
Plate
• Remove all packaging from the cake.
• Place directly on the turntable, or on a plate
in the middle of the turntable.
• After defrosting, cut the cake into similar
sized pieces keeping space between each
piece and let stand for 10 - 30 min until
evenly defrosted.
Ad-5 Defrost
Bread
0,1 - 1,0 kg (100 g)
Flan dish
(Only sliced bread is
recommended for this
programme.)
• Distribute on a flat dish in the centre of the
turntable. For 1,0 kg distribute directly on
the turntable.
• When audible signal sounds turn over,
rearrange, and remove defrosted slices.
• After defrosting cover with aluminium foil
and stand for 5-15 min, until thoroughly
defrosted.
x1
x2
x3
x4
x5
PROCEDURE
Note: Chilled foods are cooked from 5oC, frozen foods are cooked from -18oC.
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AUTO COOK, COOK FROM FROZEN &
AUTO DEFROST CHARTS
NOTE: Auto Defrost
1. Steaks and Chops should be frozen in one layer.
2. Minced meat should be frozen in a thin shape.
3. After turning over, shield the defrosted portions with small, flat pieces of aluminium foil.
4. The poultry should be processed immediately after defrosting.
5. Gateaux topped and coated with cream are very sensitive to microwave energy.
For the best result, if the cream begins to soften rapidly, remove it from the oven immediately
and stand for 10-30 minutes at room temperature.
RECIPES FOR AUTO COOK
CHICKEN PAN WITH VEGETABLES (A1-1)
Spicy chicken fricassee
0,5 kg (1) 1,0 kg (2) 1,5 kg (3)
1. Mix together the rice and saffron in the greased
dish.
2. Add together the onions, red pepper, leek and
chicken. Season and place on the rice.
long grain rice (parboiled)
3. Put butter on the top.
sachet saffron
4. Pour the stock over the chicken, cover with
onion (sliced)
microwave cling film and cook on AUTO
red pepper (in strips)
leek (in strips)
COOK 1 (A1-1), “Chicken Pan with
fillet of chicken breast (cubed)
Vegetables”.
pepper, paprika powder
5. After cooking, stand for 5-10 minutes.
60 g
1
25 g
50 g
50 g
150 g
120 g
1
50 g
100 g
100 g
300 g
180 g
1
75 g
150 g
150 g
450 g
10 g
150 ml
20 g
300 ml
30 g butter
450 ml meat stock
MINCE AND ONION (A1-2)
0,5 kg (1) 1,0 kg (2) 1,5 kg (3)
150 g
50 g
1/2
15 g
300 g
100 g
1
30 g
450 g
150 g
11/2
45 g
1. Mix together the minced meat, onion, egg and
the breadcrumbs in a casserole dish. Season
with salt and pepper.
2.
Mix the tomato purée into the meat stock.
1
1
minced meat ( /2 beef, /2 pork)
3. Add the liquid, potatoes, carrots and parsley to
onion (finely chopped)
the meat and stir well.
egg
4. Cover and cook on AUTO COOK 1 (A1-2),
white breadcrumbs
salt and pepper
“Mince & Onion”.
meat stock
5. When the oven stops and the audible signal
tomato purée
sounds, stir and re-cover.
potatoes (finely chopped)
6. After cooking, stir and stand for approx. 5 min.
carrots (finely chopped)
Sprinkle with parsley and serve.
115 ml 230 ml 345 ml
20 g
40 g
60 g
65 g
125 g
190 g
65 g
125 g
190 g
1/2 tbsp
1 tbsp 11/2 tbsp chopped parsley
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RECIPES FOR AUTO COOK
FISH FILLET WITH SAUCE (A2-1)
Fish fillet with piquant sauce
0,5 kg (1) 1,0 kg (2) 1,5 kg (3)
175 g
50 g
5g
15 g
1 tsp
350 g
100 g
10 g
30 g
1-2 tsp
525 g
150 g
15 g
45 g
2-3 tsp
250 g
500 g
750 g
canned tomatoes (drained)
corn
chilli sauce
onion (finely chopped)
red wine vinegar
mustard, thyme, cayenne pepper
fish fillet
salt
FISH FILLET WITH SAUCE (A2-1)
Fish fillet with curry sauce
1. Place the fish fillet in a round gratin dish with
the thin ends toward the centre and sprinkle
with salt.
2. Spread the banana and the ready-made curry
sauce on the fish fillet.
3. Cover with microwave cling film and cook on
AUTO COOK 2 (A2-1), “Fish Fillet with sauce”.
4. After cooking, stand for approx. 2 min.
0,5 kg (1) 1,0 kg (2) 1,5 kg (3)
250 g
500 g
750 g
50 g
200 g
100 g
400 g
150 g
600 g
GRATIN (A2-2)
Spinach gratin
0,5 kg (1) 1,0 kg (2) 1,5 kg (3)
5g
10 g
15 g
150 g
15 g
300 g
30 g
450 g
45 g
150 g
35 g
50 g
1
40 g
300 g
75 g
100 g
2
75 g
450
110
150
3
115
g
g
g
g
fish fillet
salt
banana (sliced)
ready-made curry sauce
1. Mix together the leaf spinach with the onion
and season with salt, pepper and nutmeg.
2. Grease the gratin dish. Place alternate layers of
potato slices, diced ham and spinach in the
dish. The top layer should be spinach.
butter or margarine
3.
Mix
the eggs with crème fraiche, add salt and
(to grease the dish)
pepper and pour over the gratin.
leaf spinach (defrosted, drained)
4. Cover the gratin with the grated cheese,
onion (finely chopped)
salt, pepper, nutmeg
sprinkle with paprika powder and cook on
boiled potatoes (sliced)
AUTO COOK 2 (A2-2), “Gratin”.
cooked ham (diced)
5. After cooking, stand for 5-10 min.
crème fraîche
eggs
grated cheese
paprika powder
GRATIN (A2-2)
Potato and courgette gratin
1. Grease the gratin dish and place alternate
layers of potato slices and courgette in the dish.
2. Mix the eggs with crème fraiche, season with
salt, pepper and garlic and pour over the
gratin.
3. Crumble the feta cheese and sprinkle over the
gratin.
4. Finally sprinkle the gratin with sunflower kernels
and paprika powder and cook on AUTO
COOK 2 (A2-2), “Gratin”.
5. After cooking, stand for 5-10 min.
0,5 kg (1) 1,0 kg (2) 1,5 kg (3)
5g
10 g
15 g
200 g
115 g
75 g
1
1/2
400 g
230 g
150 g
2
1
600 g
345 g
225 g
3
2
40 g
10 g
80 g
20 g
120 g
30 g
1. Mix ingredients for the sauce.
2. Place the fish fillet in a round gratin dish with
the thin ends toward the centre and sprinkle
with salt.
3. Spread the sauce on the fish fillet.
4. Cover with microwave cling film and cook on
AUTO COOK 2 (A2-1), “Fish Fillet with
Sauce”.
5. After cooking, stand for approx. 2 min.
butter or margarine
(to grease the dish)
boiled potatoes (sliced)
courgette (finely sliced)
crème fraîche
eggs
clove of garlic (crushed)
salt, pepper
feta cheese (diced)
sunflower kernel
paprika powder
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COOKING CHARTS
ABBREVIATIONS USED
tbsp = tablespoon
tsp = teaspoon
Cup = cupful
kg = kilogram
1
1
1
6
1
ml = millilitre
cm = centimetre
min = minutes
TABLE : HEATING FOOD & DRINK
Food / Drink
Coffee,
Milk,
Water,
g = gram
l = litre
Quantity Power Time
-g/ml-
cup
cup
cup
cups
dish
-Level- -Min-
150
150
150
900
1000
400
900
900
900
900
900
900
W
W
W
W
W
W
approx.1
approx.1
approx. 2
8-10
9-11
3-5
Meat,
1 slice*
Fish fillet*
Cake,
1 piece
Baby food, 1 jar
200
200
500
200
200
150
190
900
900
900
900
900
450
450
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
11/2 -2
2-3
3-5
3-4
3-5
1
/2-1
1
/2-1
Melting butter or margarine*
Melting chocolate
50
100
900 W
450 W
Platters
(vegetables, meat and trimmings)
Stew / Soup
Vegetables
/2
3-4
1
Hints
do not cover
do not cover
do not cover
do not cover
do not cover
sprinkle some water onto the sauce, cover
stir half way through the heating
cover, stir after heating
if necessary add some water, cover
stir half way through the heating
thinly spread sauce over the top, cover
cover
place in a flan dish
transfer into a suitable microwaveable container,
after heating stir well and test the temperature
cover
stir occasionally
* Refrigerator temperature
TABLE : DEFROSTING & COOKING
Food
Weight Power Time Added water
Fish fillet
One plate meal
Broccoli
Peas
Mixed vegetables
-g-
-Level-
300
400
300
300
500
900
900
900
900
900
W
W
W
W
W
-Min-
-tbsps/ml-
9-11
8-10
6-8
6-8
9-11
3-5
3-5
3-5
Hints
cover
cover,
cover,
cover,
cover,
Standing time
-Min-
stir
stir
stir
stir
after 6 minutes
halfway through cooking
halfway through cooking
halfway through cooking
1-2
2
2
2
2
TABLE: DEFROSTING
Food
Roast meat
(e.g pork, beef,
veal, lamb)
Goulash
Sausages 8 pieces
4 pieces
Chicken legs
Fish fillet
Bread Rolls, 2 pieces
Cakes, 1 slice
Fruit: e.g cherries,
Quantity Power
-g-
1500
1000
500
500
600
300
200
400
80
150
250
strawberries, raspberries, plums
-Level-
90 W
90 W
90 W
270 W
270 W
270 W
270 W
270 W
270 W
270 W
270 W
Time
Hints
55-60
38-42
20-25
8-9
6-8
3-5
3-4
5-7
1-11/2
1-3
3-5
place in a flan dish, turn halfway
through defrosting
-Min-
stir halfway through defrosting
place next to each other, turn
halfway through defrosting
turn halfway through defrosting
turn halfway through defrosting
only partially defrost
place in a flan dish
spread them out evenly, turn
Standing time
-Min-
30 - 90
30 - 90
30 - 90
10 - 15
5 - 10
5 - 10
10 - 15
5 - 10
5
5
over halfway through defrosting
Times given in this chart are guidelines only and may vary according to the starting temperature of the frozen food, its
composition, and its weight.
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COOKING CHARTS
TABLE: COOKING MEAT, FISH, POULTRY & VEGETABLES
Food
Roasts
(pork,
veal, lamb)
Roast beef (medium)
Quantity Power
-g-
-Level-
Time
Hints
season to taste, place in a shallow flan dish
turn over halfway through cooking time
-Min-
500
1000
1500
1000
1500
200
1200
630 W
630 W
630 W
630 W
630 W
900 W
630 W
17-22
34-38
53-58
20-24
27-31
4-6
29-32
Chicken legs
Broccoli
200
500
900 W
900 W
3-6
6-8
Peas
Carrots
500
500
900 W
900 W
6-8
7-9
Boiled potatoes
500
900 W 15-17
Fish fillet
Chicken
Standing time
-Min-
season to taste, place in a flan dish,
turn over halfway through cooking
season to taste, place in a flan dish, cover
season to taste, place in a shallow flan dish,
turn halfway through cooking
season to taste, place in a flan dish
divide into florets, add 4-5 tbsps water, cover, stir
occasionally during cooking
cover, add 4-5 tbsps water, stir occasionally during cooking
cut into rings, cover, add 4-5 tbsps water, cover,
stir occasionally during cooking
cut into large pieces of a similar size, add a little salt,
add 150ml water, cover, stir occasionally during cooking
10
10
10
10
10
3
3
3
-
RECIPES
platters of food, should have the surface moistened
prior to heating or cooking.
The amount of liquid to be added to raw foods, which
are to be braised, should be reduced to about two
thirds of the quantity in the original recipe. If
necessary, add more liquid during cooking.
The amount of fat to be added can be reduced
considerably. A small amount of butter, margarine or
oil is sufficient to flavour food. For this reason your
microwave is excellent for preparing low-fat foods as
part of a diet.
All the recipes in this book are calculated on the basis
of 4 servings - unless otherwise stated.
ADAPTING RECIPES FOR THE MICROWAVE
OVEN
If you would like to adapt your favourite recipes for the
microwave, you should take note of the following:
Shorten cooking times by a third to a half. Follow the
example of the recipes in this book.
Foods which have a high moisture content such as
meat, fish, poultry, vegetables, fruit, stews and soups
can be prepared in your microwave without any
difficulty. Foods which have little moisture, such as
ONION SOUP
1. Grease the bowl, add the sliced onion,
meat stock and seasoning. Cover and
cook.
9-11 min.
900 W
2. Toast the slices of bread, cut them into
cubes and divide them among the soup
bowls. Pour the soup over the toast
cubes and sprinkle on the cheese.
3. Place the bowls on the turntable and
cook.
1-3 min.
900 W
.
Utensils: Bowl with lid (2 l capacity)
4 soup bowls (200 ml)
Ingredients
10 g
butter or margarine
100 g onions, sliced
800 ml meat stock
salt & pepper
2 slices bread
40 g
grated cheese
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RECIPES
SOLE FILLETS
1. Wash the fish and pat them dry. Remove
any bones.
2. Cut the lemon and the tomatoes into thin
slices.
3. Grease the dish with butter. Place the
fish fillets in the dish and drizzle the
vegetable oil.
4. Sprinkle parsley over the fish, place the
tomato slices on top and season. Place
the lemon slices on top of the tomatoes
and pour the white wine over them.
5. Place small pots of butter on top of the
lemon, cover and cook.
11-13 min.
630 W
After cooking, stand for approx. 2 min.
SPICY TURKEY FRICASSEE
1. Grease the dish
2. Mix the rice with the saffron and place
in the dish. Mix in the onion, pepper,
leek and turkey breast and season. Dot
with butter.
3. Pour the stock over the dish, cover and
cook.
1. 4-6 min.
900 W
2. 16-19 min.
270 W
After cooking, stand for approx. 5 min.
ZÜRICH VEAL STEW
1. Cut the veal into strips.
2. Grease the dish with the butter. Put the
meat and onion into the dish, cover and
cook. Stir once during cooking.
6-9 min.
900 W
3. Add the white wine, gravy browning
and cream, stir, cover and continue
cooking. Stir occasionally.
3-5 min.
900 W
4. Stir the mixture after cooking, stand for
approx. 5 min. Garnish with parsley.
Utensils: Shallow, oval oven dish with
microwave cling film
(approx. 26 cm long)
Ingredients
400 g sole fillets
1
lemon, whole
150 g tomatoes
10 g
butter
1 tbsp vegetable oil
1 tbsp parsley, chopped
salt & pepper
4 tbsps white wine
20 g
butter or margarine
Tip:
This recipe can also be used for
Cod, Halibut, Mullet or Plaice.
2 servings
Utensils: Oval dish with a lid
(approx. 26cm long)
Ingredients
120 g long grain rice
1 pack saffron
10 g
butter or margarine
50 g
onion, sliced
100 g red pepper, sliced
100 g leek, sliced
300 g turkey breast, diced
paprika, pepper
20 g
butter or margarine
300 ml meat stock
Utensils: Dish with lid (2 l capacity)
Ingredients
600 g veal fillet
10 g
butter or margarine
50 g
onion, finely chopped
100 ml white wine
seasoned gravy browning, for
approx. 1/2 I gravy
300 ml cream
1 tbsp parsley, chopped
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RECIPES
STUFFED HAM
1. Mix the spinach with the cheese and
fromage frais, season to taste.
2. Place a tablespoon of the filling on top
of each slice of cooked ham, and roll
up. Spear the ham with a wooden
skewer to fasten it.
3. Make a béchamel sauce: to do this pour
the water and cream into a bowl, and
heat.
3-4 min.
900 W
Mix the flour and butter to make a roux,
add to the liquid, and whisk until
dissolved. Cover, cook until thick.
1-2 min.
900 W
Stir and taste.
4. Place the sauce into the greased dish,
place the filled rolls of ham onto the
sauce and cook with lid.
12-14 min.
630 W
After cooking, stand for approx 5 min..
Utensils: Bowl with lid (2 l capacity)
Oval gratin dish
(approx. 26 cm long)
Ingredients
150 g
leaf spinach, chopped
150 g
fromage frais, 20 % fat content
50 g
Emmental cheese, grated
pepper, paprika
8 slices cooked ham (400 g)
125 ml water
125 ml cream
20 g
flour
20 g
butter or margarine
10 g
butter or margarine to grease
the dish
Tip:
You can buy ready-made
béchamel sauce and use it for this
recipe
LASAGNE AL FORNO
1. Chop the tomatoes, mix with the ham
and onion, garlic, minced beef and
tomato puree. Season, cover and cook.
5-8 min.
900 W
2. Mix the crème fraiche with the milk,
Parmesan cheese, herbs, oil and spices.
3. Grease the dish and cover the bottom
with about 1/3 of the pasta. Put half of
the minced meat mixture on the pasta
and pour on some sauce. Put an
additional 1/3 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 sauce and sprinkle
with Parmesan cheese. Cook with the lid
on.
13-17 min.
630 W
After cooking, stand for approx. 5-10 min.
Utensils: Bowl with lid (2 l capacity)
Shallow square dish with lid
(approx. 20 x 20 x 6 cm)
Ingredients
300 g tinned tomatoes
50 g
ham, chopped
50 g
onion, finely chopped
1
clove of garlic, crushed
250 g minced beef
2 tbsp tomato puree
salt & pepper
150 ml crème fraiche
100 ml milk
50 g
Parmesan cheese, grated
1 tsp
mixed chopped herbs
1 tsp
olive oil
1 tsp
vegetable oil to grease the dish
125 g lasagne verde
1 tbsp Parmesan cheese, grated
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RECIPES
BACON RISOTTO
1. Grease the dish. Place the onions and
bacon in the dish, cover, and cook.
2-3 min.
900 W
2. Add the rice, meat stock and cook.
1. 3-5 min.
900 W
2. 15-17 min.
270 W
After cooking, stand for approx. 5 min.
3. Mix the cheese and saffron into the rice
and season to taste.
SEMOLINA PUDDING WITH RASPBERRY
SAUCE
1. Place the milk, sugar and almonds in the
bowl, cover and cook.
3-5 min.
900 W
2. Add the semolina, stir, cover and cook.
10-12 min.
270 W
3. Beat the egg yolk with the water in a
cup, and stir into the hot mixture. Beat
the egg white until it is stiff, and fold it
into the mixture. Pour the pudding
mixture into ramekins or small dishes.
4. To make the sauce wash the raspberries,
dab them dry carefully, and place them
in a bowl with the water and sugar.
Cover, and heat.
2-3 min.
900 W
5. Purée the raspberries and serve either
hot or cold with the semolina pudding.
CHOCOLATE CAKE
1. Grease the dish.
2. Whisk the butter and sugar together until
light and fluffy. Slowly whisk in the eggs,
fold in the flour, baking powder and
cocoa. Add milk, mix thoroughly and
cook.
8-10 min.
630 W
3. After cooking, allow the cake to cool for
10 min in the dish.
Utensils: Bowl with a lid (2 l capacity)
Ingredients
50 g
streaky bacon, chopped
20 g
butter or margarine
50 g
onion, finely chopped
200 g rissotto rice (Arboris)
400 ml meat stock
70 g
Emmental cheese
pinch saffron
salt & pepper
Utensils: Bowl with lid (2 l capacity)
Ingredients
500 ml milk
40 g
sugar
15 g
chopped almonds
50 g
semolina
1
egg yolk
1 tbsp water
1
egg white
250 g raspberries
50 ml water
40 g
sugar
Utensils: Round cake dish
(diam. 21 cm, height 10 cm)
Ingredients
175 g butter or margarine
175 g sugar
3
eggs
175 g flour
1 tsp
baking powder
2 tbsps cocoa
50 ml milk
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RECIPES
1. In a bowl, mix together the flour, cocoa,
baking flour and sugar.
2. Add the egg and butter and mix in a
food processor.
3. Grease the tin. Roll out the dough and
line the tin, leaving 2 cm around the
edges to form a rim. Bake the pastry.
6-8 min.
630 W
4. Whisk the butter and sugar until light
and fluffy. Slowly whisk in the eggs. Add
the fromage frais and the powdered
vanilla pudding mix.
5. Spread the filling over the cheesecake
base and cook.
15-19 min.
630 W
CHEESECAKE
12 portions
Utensils: Spring form tin
(approx. 26 cm diameter)
Ingredients
Base:
300 g flour
1 tbsp cocoa
10 g
baking powder
150 g sugar
1
egg
10 g
butter or margarine to
grease the tin
Filling:
150 g butter or margarine
100 g sugar
10 g
vanilla sugar
3
eggs
400 g fromage frais, 20 % fat content
40 g
powdered vanilla pudding mix
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CARE & CLEANING
CAUTION: DO NOT USE COMMERCIAL
OVEN CLEANERS, STEAM CLEANERS,
ABRASIVE, HARSH CLEANERS, ANY THAT
C O N TA I N S O D I U M H Y D R O X I D E O R
SCOURING PADS ON ANY PART OF YOUR
MICROWAVE OVEN.
Oven Interior
1. For cleaning, wipe any spatters or spills with a
soft damp cloth or sponge after each use while
the oven is still warm. For heavier spills, use
mild soap and wipe several times with a damp
cloth until all residues are removed.
2. Make sure that mild soap or water do 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.
CLEAN THE OVEN AT REGULAR INTERVALS
AND REMOVE ANY FOOD DEPOSITS.
Failure to maintain the oven in a clean
condition could lead to a deterioration of
the surface that could adversely affect the
life of the appliance and possibly result in
a hazardous situation.
Turntable and Turntable support
Remove the turntable and turntable support from
the oven. Wash the turntable and turntable support
in mild soapy water. Dry with a soft cloth. Both the
turntable and the turntable support are dishwasher
safe.
Oven exterior
The outside of your oven can be easily cleaned
with mild soap and water. Make sure that the soap
is wiped off with a moist cloth, and dry the exterior
with a soft towel.
Door
To remove all trace of dirt, regularly clean both
sides of the door, the door seals and surfaces 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.
Control panel
Open the door before cleaning to de-activate the
control panel. Care should be taken in cleaning the
control panel. 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.
NOTE: A steam cleaner should not be used.
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WHAT TO DO IF...
POSSIBLE SYMPTOMS/REMEDIES
SYMPTOM
... the microwave appliance is not
working properly?
Check that
- the fuses in the fuse box are working,
- there has not been a power outage.
- If the fuses continue to blow, please contact a
qualified electrician.
... the microwave mode is not working?
Check that
- the door is properly closed,
- the door seals and their surfaces are clean,
- the START/+30-button has been pressed.
... the turntable is not turning?
Check that
- the turntable support is correctly connected to the
drive,
- the ovenware does not extend beyond the
turntable,
- food does not extend beyond the edge of the
turntable preventing it from rotating.
- there is nothing in the well beneath the turntable.
... the microwave will not switch off?
-
Isolate the appliance from the fuse box.
Call your local Service Force Centre.
... the interior light is not working?
-
Call your local Service Force Centre. The interior
light bulb can be exchanged only by a trained
Service Force technician.
... the food is taking longer to heat
through and cook than before?
-
Set a longer cooking time (double quantity =
nearly double time) or
if the food is colder than usual, rotate or turn from
time to time or
set a higher power setting.
-
NOTE: If you cook the food over the standard time with only 900W, the power of the oven will lower
automatically to avoid overheating. (The microwave power level will be reduced to 630W.)
After pausing for 75 seconds, 900W power can be reset.
Cooking Mode
Microwave 900W
Standard time
40 minutes
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Reduced Power
Microwave 630W
SERVICE & SPARE PARTS
In the event of your appliance requiring service, or if you wish to purchase spare parts, please contact
your local Service Force Centre by telephoning:
08705 929 929
Your telephone call will be automatically routed to the Service Force Centre covering your post code area.
For the address of your local Service Force Centre and further information about Service Force, please visit
the website at www.serviceforce.co.uk.
For Customer Service in Ireland please contact us at the address below:
Zanussi
Electrolux Group (Irl) Ltd
Long Mile Road
Dublin 12
Republic of Ireland
Tel: + 353 (0)1 4090751
Email: service.eid@electrolux.ie
Before calling out a technician, please ensure you have read the details under the heading ‘Something Not
Working.’
When you contact the Service Force Centre you will need to give the following details:
1. Your name, address and post code.
2. Your telephone number.
3. Clear and concise details of the fault.
4. The model and serial number of the appliance (found on the rating plate).
5. The purchase date
Please note that a valid purchase receipt or guarantee documentation is required for
in-guarantee service calls.
CUSTOMER CARE
For general enquiries concerning your Zanussi appliance or for further information on Zanussi products,
please contact our Customer Care Department by letter or telephone at the address below or visit our
website at www.zanussi.co.uk.
Customer Care Department
Major Appliances
Addington Way
Luton
Bedfordshire
LU4 9QQ
Tel. 08705 727727 *
* Calls may be recorded for training purposes.
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GUARANTEE CONDITIONS
Standard Guarantee conditions
European Guarantee
We, Zanussi, undertake that if within 12 months of
the date of the purchase this Zanussi appliance or
any part thereof is proved to be defective by
reason only of faulty workmanship or materials, we
will, at our option repair or replace the same FREE
OF CHARGE for labour, materials or carriage on
condition that:
• The appliance has been correctly installed and
used only on the electricity supply stated on the
rating plate.
• The appliance has been used for normal
domestic purposes only, and in accordance with
the manufacturer’s instructions.
• The appliance has not been serviced,
maintained, repaired, taken apart or tampered
with by any person not authorised by us.
• All service work under this guarantee must be
undertaken by a Service Force Centre.
• Any appliance or defective part replaced shall
become the Company’s property.
• This guarantee is in addition to your statutory
and other legal rights.
Home visits are made between 8.30am and
5.30pm Monday to Friday.
Visits may be available outside these hours in
which case a premium will be charged.
If you should move to another country within
Europe then your guarantee moves with you to
your new home subject to the following
qualifications:
• The guarantee starts from the date you first
purchased your product.
• The guarantee is for the same period and to the
same extent for labour and parts as exist in the
new country of use for this brand or range of
products.
• This guarantee relates to you and cannot be
transferred to another user.
• Your new home is within the European
Community (EC) or European Free Trade Area.
• The product is installed and used in accordance
with our instructions and is only used
domestically, i.e. a normal household.
The electrical supply complies with the
specification given in the rating label.
• The product is installed taking into account
regulations in your new country.
Before you move, please contact your nearest
Customer Care centre, listed below, to give them
details of your new home. They will then ensure
that the local Service Organisation is aware of
your move and able to look after you and your
appliances.
Exclusions
This guarantee does not cover:
• Damage or calls resulting from transportation,
improper use or neglect, the replacement of any
light bulbs or removable parts of glass or plastic.
• Costs incurred for calls to put right an appiliance
which is improperly installed or calls to
appliances outside the UK.
• Appliances found to be in use within commercial
or similar environment, plus those which are
subject to rental agreements.
• Products of Zanussi manufacture which are not
marketed by Zanussi.
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France
Senlis
+33 (0) 3 44 62 22 22
Germany
Nürnberg
+49 (0) 911 323 2600
Italy
Pordenone
+39 (0) 1678 47053
Sweden
Stockholm
+46 (0) 20 78 77 50
UK
Luton
+44 (0) 8705 727 727
SPECIFICATIONS
AC Line Voltage
AC Power required:
Output power:
Microwave Frequency
Outside Dimensions
Cavity Dimensions
Oven Capacity
Turntable
Weight
Oven lamp
: 230-240 V, 50 Hz, single phase
Microwave : 1.3 kW
Microwave : 900 W (IEC 60705)
: 2450 MHz * (Group 2, Class B)
: 592 mm(W) x 460 mm(H) x 437 mm(D)
: 342 mm(W) x 207 mm(H) x 368 mm(D) **
: 26 litres **
: ø325 mm
: approx. 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 the heat treatment of food.
Class B equipment means that the equipment is suitable to be used in domestic establishments.
** Internal capacity is calculated by measuring maximum width, depth and height.
Actual capacity for holding food is less.
This oven complies with the requirements of Directives 2004/108/EC and 2006/95/EC.
SPECIFICATIONS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE AS PART OF
CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
Ecologically responsible disposal of packaging materials and old
appliances
Packaging materials
Zanussi microwave ovens require effective packaging to protect them during transportation.
Only the minimum packaging necessary is used.
Packaging materials (e.g. foil or styrofoam) can place children at risk.
Danger of suffocation. Keep packaging material away from children.
All packaging materials used are environment friendly and can be recycled. The cardboard is made from
recycled paper and the wooden parts are untreated. Plastic items are marked as follows:
«PE» polyethylene eg packaging film
«PS» polystyrene eg packaging (CFC-free)
«PP» polypropylene eg packaging straps
By using and re-using the packaging, raw materials are saved and waste volume is reduced.
Packaging should be taken to your nearest recycling centre.
Contact your local council for information.
Disposal of old appliances
Old appliances should be made safe before disposal by removing the plug, and cutting off and disposing
of the power cable.
It should then be taken to the nearest recycling centre. Check with your local Council or Environmental
Health Office to see if there are facilities in your area for recycling the appliance.
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INSTALLATION
INSTALLING THE APPLIANCE
3. Fit the appliance into the kitchen cupboard
slowly, and without force, until the front frame of
the oven seals against the front opening of the
cupboard.
4. Ensure the appliance is
stable and not leaning.
Ensure that a 5 mm gap
5 mm
is kept between the
cupboard door above
and the top of the frame
(see diagram).
5. Fix the oven in position with the
screws provided.
The fixing points are located
on the top and bottom
corners of the oven (see
diagram, item 9, on page 4).
6. It is important to ensure that the installation of
this product conforms to the instructions in this
operation manual and the conventional oven
manufacturer’s installation instructions.
1. Remove all packaging and check carefully for
any signs of damage.
2. If fitting the microwave oven above a
conventional oven (position A) then use the mylar
sheet provided.
a. Cut the Mylar sheet to fit the internal width of
the unit.
b. Peel back the protective cover on the tape
and fix to the rear
of the shelf
so that it
covers the
service gap.
(See
Mylar sheet
diagram.)
Inte
rna
l wi
dth
Conventional
oven
ice
Ser v
gap
The microwave can be fitted in position A or B:
Chimney
Chimney
Position A
Position B
Conventional
oven
POSITION
NICHE SIZE
W
D
H
CHIMNEY
Gap Between
(min)
Cupboard & Ceiling
A
560x550x450
50
50
B
560x500x450
40
50
Measurements in (mm)
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INSTALLATION
CONNECTING THE APPLIANCE TO THE POWER SUPPLY
• The electrical outlet should be readily accessible so that
(A)
the unit can be unplugged easily in an emergency. Or it
should be possible to isolate the oven from the supply by
incorporating a switch in the fixed wiring in accordance
with the wiring rules.
• The socket should not be positioned behind the cupboard.
• The best position is above the cupboard, see (A).
When not connecting the power supply cord to position (A) it should
be removed from the support clip (see diagram, item 13, on page 4)
and routed under the oven.
• Connect the appliance to a single phase 230-240V/50Hz alternating
current via a correctly installed earth socket.
• If the appliance is to be operated in a non-European country, the supply voltage,
current type and frequency of the appliance indicated on the rating plate must
correspond with the specification of your power supply. The rating plate can be found
on the inside face of the control panel.
• The power supply cord may only be replaced by an electrician.
• Before installing, tie a piece of string to the power supply cord to facilitate connection to point (A) when
the appliance is being installed.
• When inserting the appliance into the high-sided cupboard, DO NOT crush the power supply cord.
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
• Connect the green and yellow (earth) wire to the
terminal in the plug which is marked with the
letter ”E” or the earth symbol (
) or coloured
green and yellow.
WARNING:
THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED
The manufacturer declines any liability
should this safety measure not be
observed.
• Connect the blue (neutral) wire to the terminal in
the plug which is marked with the letter ”N” or
coloured black.
• If the plug that is fitted to your appliance is not
suitable for your socket outlet, it must be cut off
and the appropriate plug fitted.
• Remove the fuse from the cut off plug. The cut off
plug should then be disposed of to prevent the
hazard of shocks in case it should be plugged
into a 13 Amp socket in another part of your
home.
• Connect the brown (live) wire to the terminal in
the plug which is marked with the letter ”L” or
coloured red.
GREEN & YELLOW
13 AMP
IMPORTANT
The wires in the mains lead are coloured in
accordance with the following code:
GREEN AND YELLOW EARTH
BLUE
NEUTRAL
BROWN
LIVE
If you fit your own plug, the colours of the wires in
the mains lead of your appliance may not
correspond with the markings identifying the
terminals in your plug, proceed as follows:
13 AMP FUSE
BROWN
BLUE
CORD CLAMP
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Subject to change without notice