Wolf Steam Oven Use and Care Guide

CONVECTION STEAM OVENS
USE & CARE GUIDE
CONVECTION STEAM OVENS
Contents
3Safety
Precautions
5Convection
Steam Oven Features
5Convection
Steam Oven Operation
12Care
Recommendations
13Troubleshooting
13Wolf
Warranty
Customer Care
Important Note
The model and serial number are printed on the enclosed
product registration card. Both numbers are also listed on
the product rating plate. Refer to page 5 for rating plate
location. For warranty purposes, you will also need the date
of installation and name of your authorized Wolf dealer.
Record this information below for future reference.
To ensure this product is installed and operated as safely
and efficiently as possible, take note of the following types
of highlighted information throughout this guide:
CAUTION indicates a situation where minor injury or product
damage may occur if instructions are not followed.
Model Number
WARNING states a hazard that may cause serious injury or
death if precautions are not followed.
Date of Installation
Certified Service Name
Certified Service Number
Authorized Dealer
Dealer Number
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important.
SERVICE INFORMATION
Serial Number
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IMPORTANT NOTE highlights information that is especially
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
This oven was built to achieve recognized standards in technology and safety regulations and is designed for use in the
home for preparing food. It is not intended for use by persons
with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack
of experience and knowledge, unless supervised or unless they
have been given instruction concerning the use of the appliance by a person responsible for their safety. Proper use is
essential to avoid damage or accidents.
When using electrical appliances, basic safety precautions should
always be followed including the following:
Installation and connection to power supply must be performed
by a qualified electrician in accordance with provided installation instructions.
Before first use, please fill the water tank and perform related
duties as outlined in the ‘Prior To Use’ section.
Please retain this guide for future reference. If you sell the
appliance or pass it on to a third party, please ensure these
instructions accompany the appliance, together with the
instructions on installation.
•Read all instructions.
•Do not touch hot surfaces. Use handles or knobs.
•To protect against electrical shock, do not immerse cord or plug
in water or other liquid.
•Do not let cord hang over edge of table or counter, or touch hot
surfaces.
•Close supervision is necessary when any appliance is used by
or near children.
•Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play
with the appliance.
WARNING
Accessible parts may become hot during use. Young children
should be kept away.
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
•This appliance can be used by children aged from 8 years
and above and persons with reduced physical, sensory or
mental capabilities or lack of experience and knowledge if
they have been given supervision or instruction concerning
use of the appliance in a safe way and understand the hazards
involved. Children shall not play with the appliance. Cleaning
and user maintenance shall not be made by children without
supervision.
•The use of accessory attachments not recommended by the
appliance manufacturer may cause injuries.
•Only use the temperature probe recommended for this oven.
•Always attach plug to appliance first, then plug cord into
the wall outlet. To disconnect, turn any control to “off”, then
remove plug from wall outlet.
•Unplug from outlet when not in use and before cleaning. Allow
to cool before putting on or taking off parts.
•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.
•Do not operate any appliance with a damaged cord or plug, or
after the appliance malfunctions or has been damaged in any
manner. Return appliance to the nearest authorized service
facility for examination, repair or adjustment.
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•Do not use outdoors.
•Do not place on or near a hot gas or electric burner, or in a
heated oven.
•Extreme caution must be used when moving an appliance containing hot oil or other hot liquids.
•Do not use appliance for other than intended use.
•Save these instructions.
CONVECTION STEAM OVEN FEATURES
OVEN OPERATION
Convection Steam Oven Features
FEATURE
1
Product Rating Plate
2
Control Panel and Display
3
Control Knob
4
Adjustable Oven Racks
5
Convection Fan
6
Temperature Probe Receptacle
7
Halogen Lighting
8
Water Tank Access Door
Getting Started
Control Panel
We know you are eager to start cooking, but before you
do, please take some time to read this use & care guide.
Whether you are an occasional cook or an expert chef, it
will be to your benefit to familiarize yourself with the safety
practices, features, operation and care recommendations of
your convection steam oven.
The control panel and control panel display are streamlined
and easy to use. The control knob (
) and buttons are
used to set cooking modes and access all the features of
your convection steam oven for exceptional results.
To ensure the best results, review cooking modes and
special features on page 8.
The knob is used on its own and in combination with the
buttons to make selections. All selections are confirmed by
.
pressing
CONTROL PANEL KNOB AND BUTTONS
Water
Light
Temperature
Mode
OK
CONTROL PANEL DISPLAY INDICATORS
Oven temperature is set.
Temperature probe is in use.
Timer
Time
Off
Steam mode is activated.
2
7
Reheat mode is activated.
8
Auto Steam Bake mode is activated.
3
Convection mode is activated.
5
1
6
Convection Humid mode is activated.
4
Convection Steam mode is activated.
Timer is set.
Operating time is activated.
Switch-off time is activated.
Clock is set.
Convection steam oven (ICBCSO30TM shown).
190 °C
8 :30
Control panel.
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OVEN OPERATION
User Settings
Oven Operation
The user settings allow the user to select preferences for
language, childproof lock, time display, acoustic signal, illumination, water hardness, temperature unit, contrast, time
format, factory settings and water door control.
SELECT COOKING MODE
PRIOR TO USE
TIME
1Press
Use the test strip provided to determine water hardness.
The oven defaults to hard water. Refer to User Settings on
page 6 to adjust hardness.
It is very important the correct time is set if a timed cook
feature is used. Time must be reset after a power failure.
SELECT TEMPERATURE
To ensure all residual oil from the manufacturing process
has been removed, the oven must go through the following
procedure.
The control panel can be locked through user settings. To
use the oven by temporarily disabling the lock, press and
, then press
. The lock will automaticontinue to hold
cally reactivate 10 minutes after the oven has been turned
off.
1With
2Turn
2Turn
.
the knob to desired temperature, then press
and turn
.
.
WATER TANK
instructions on the display, then press
.
.
The water tank holds enough water for 1.5 hours of continuous steam, typically enough for 4–5 cooking sessions.
Use fresh, cold tap water. Do not use demineralized, filtered
or distilled water.
to open the water door. Attempting to
Always press
access the water tank manually will cause damage.
When the oven is turned off, water is pumped back into
the tank once the water temperature is below 80°C. If the
tank needs to be refilled during cooking, limit the amount of
water to less than two cups to prevent overflow when water
is pumped back into the tank.
the oven off, press
2Turn
the knob to set the hour, then press
1Clean
3Turn
the knob to set the minutes, then press
2Turn
TIMER
oven thoroughly with hot water and a mild detergent. Rinse and dry with a soft cloth.
on ventilation. Some smoke and odor is normal.
and fill the water tank.
3Reinstall
the tank and close the water door manually.
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AFTER EACH USE
Setting timer:
1Press
1Press
Auto Steam Bake mode and 210°C. Heat oven
(empty) for 30 minutes.
. For modes utilizing steam, do not remove the
water tank until ‘WATER IS BEING PUMPED OFF’ no
longer appears on the display.
2Open
the door to the “at-rest” position and allow to cool.
Once cool, wipe the interior dry before closing the door.
Refer to the illustration below.
Door “at-rest” position.
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.
4Select
and install the water tank.
.
2Remove
.
The timer can be set for a maximum of 9 hours and 59 minutes. Once the timer is set, the countdown is illuminated on
the display. The timer is independent from the oven. Setting
the timer does not affect operating time or switch-off time.
3Fill
To fill water tank:
1Press
Setting time:
1With
.
and turn knob to USER SET-
the knob to scroll through options, then press
3Follow
1Press
o adjust temperature during cooking, press
T
the knob to desired temperature, then press
Setting user settings:
oven off, press
TINGS, then press
multiple times until desired cooking mode is
displayed, then press
.
2Turn
.
the knob to set duration, then press
o reset, press
T
tion, then press
.
.
and turn the knob to select desired dura. To cancel, press
twice, then press
OVEN OPERATION
Oven Operation
OPERATING TIME
DELAYED START
TEMPERATURE PROBE
OVEN RACK POSITION
The operating time feature automatically turns the oven off
at a specified time. Oven will begin to heat immediately and
will turn off at desired switch-off time.
The delayed start feature automatically turns the oven on
and off at specified times. Oven will remain idle until desired
start time and will turn off at desired switch-off time. Clock
must be set to the correct time for delayed start to function
properly.
The temperature probe measures internal temperature
of food while cooking. It can be used with all cooking
modes except Gourmet. When the temperature probe is in
to alternate between the actual probe temuse, press
perature displayed and probe set temperature.
The oven racks can be placed in any of the four positions
labeled on the right front face of the convection steam oven.
Position the oven racks so the horizontal bar is at the back
of the oven. Do not use the stainless steal pan upside down.
Refer to the illustration below. The recipes in Recipes mode
reference rack position for best results.
If the temperature probe is used, the probe will override the
switch-off time and turn the oven off when the set temperature is reached. If the probe temperature is not reached
before the switch-off time, it will not extend operating time.
Setting controls:
1Select
2Press
desired cooking mode and temperature.
.
Setting controls:
1Select
3Turn
the knob to select desired operating time, then
press
.
To adjust operating time, press
select desired time, then press
If the temperature probe is used, the probe will override the
switch-off time and turn the oven off when the set temperature is reached. If the probe temperature is not reached
before the switch-off time, it will not extend operating time.
and turn the knob to
.
desired cooking mode and temperature.
2Press
and turn the knob to select desired operating
time (do not press
).
3Press
and turn the knob to select desired switch-off
time, then press
.
To adjust switch-off time, press
to select desired time, then press
twice and turn the knob
.
Setting controls:
1Select
desired cooking mode and temperature.
2Place
the probe in the thickest part of the food being
cooked, then insert the probe into the receptacle. Refer
to the illustration below.
3Press
twice and turn the knob to select desired
doneness, then press
.
The probe temperature will appear on the display once it is
above 30°C. To adjust the probe temperature, press
and
turn the knob to desired temperature, then
.
press
CAUTION
Rack position.
Probe and probe receptacle will be very hot. Handle
with care.
Probe receptacle.
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OVEN OPERATION
Cooking Modes
MODE
INDICATOR
Steam
Reheat
PROBE
•
100 – 150°C
Auto Steam Bake
100 – 230°C
Convection
30 – 230°C
Convection Humid
30 – 230°C
Convection Steam
Gourmet
RANGE
30 – 100°C
30 – 230°C
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•
•
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•
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USES
GOURMET
SLOW ROAST
Use Steam mode for foods you would have heated in a saucepan and for
all foods that would benefit from gentle handling such as fish and seafood,
vegetables and rice.
Use Gourmet to prepare any of the foods listed below; fresh,
refrigerated or frozen. Select the food and desired doneness
and the sensor adjusts time, temperature and humidity so
no baking instructions are required.
Setting Slow Roast:
Reheat mode uses steam and hot air to rehydrate food gently. Use to
reheat any food you would have reheated in the oven, range or microwave.
By heating with steam first, then using convection heat to finish baking,
baked goods acquire a tender interior and an exterior with natural shine,
without the need for an egg wash. Use for breads, buns, cakes and pastries whether fresh, par-baked or frozen. Do not preheat.
A4
A5
Frozen Potato Products
A6
Braising Meat
A7
In Convection Humid mode, oven ventilation is sealed so the moisture
produced during cooking remains in the oven. Use for cakes, casseroles,
grain dishes, lasagna and meats.
Fresh Pizza
A8
Use to keep meats tender by slow roasting. Insert temperture probe into
the prepared meat, select a Slow Roast setting and completion time, and
come home to a perfectly cooked meal.
Recipes
30 – 230°C
•
Use to prepare entire meals from appetizers and entrees to desserts (refer
to page 9). Select food, number of portions and level of browning. The
sensor adjusts the rest. Recipes mode is ideal for quick meals or to prepare a variety of foods for a party.
My Recipes
30 – 230°C
•
Use My Recipes to store cooking instructions for ten of your favorite
recipes, and replace or edit them at any time.
Keep Warm
80°C
•
Keep Warm uses a combination of convection and steam heat to keep
foods warm until it’s time to serve.
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Baked Potatoes
•
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A1
Frozen Appetizers
A3
30 – 150°C
30 – 230°C
Fresh Appetizers
Soufflé
Slow Roast
Cleanse
CODE
Baked Dish
Use to prepare specified foods (refer to page 8); fresh, refrigerated or
frozen. Select the food and desired doneness and the sensor adjusts time,
temperature and humidity so no baking instructions are required. Preset
temperature and range are dependent on food and desired doneness.
Cleanse uses steam to clean baby bottles and canning jars, and is faster
and safer than conventional methods.
press
and turn the knob to Slow Roast, then
.
2Turn
FOOD
The convection fan distributes heat evenly for consistent results and
browning. Cooking temperatures may be 25° less, and times may be 25%
faster than traditional ovens, saving time and energy. Use Convection
mode for a variety of foods, including muffins, biscuits and roasts.
Steam transfers energy to food more efficiently than hot air alone, which
speeds up cooking time. Food retains its own moisture. Use Convection
Steam mode to cook foods that are tender inside and roasted or crisped
outside. Press
to activate or deactivate steam.
1Press
Frozen Pizza
A9
Custard
A10
Bread
A11
Yeast Pastry with Filling
A12
Cake
A13
Torte
A14
Setting Gourmet:
1Press
twice and turn the knob to select desired food,
.
then press
2Follow
instructions on the display, then press
.
the knob to select desired food and doneness
(if applicable), then press
.
3The
preset probe temperature will appear on the display.
To adjust the probe temperature, press
and turn the
knob to desired temperature, then press
.
Slow Roast operating time can be adjusted from 2.5 to 4.5
hours. To adjust time, press
and turn the knob to desired
duration, then press
.
OVEN OPERATION
Cooking Modes
Recipes
RECIPES MODE
MY RECIPES MODE
R1 APPETIZERS
R2 FISH IN PUFF PASTRY
Use Recipes mode to prepare entire meals from appetizers
and entrees to desserts. Refer to the chart below and
recipes on pages 9–11.
Use My Recipes to store cooking instructions for ten of your
favorite recipes. If the recipe utilizes the temperature probe,
insert the probe into the receptacle before entering settings.
Cook time—20 minutes
1 – 500 g package puff pastry sheets
30 ml olive oil
60 g fresh oregano, chopped
45 g fresh thyme, chopped
115 g Parmesan cheese, shredded
Cook time—25 minutes
1 small zucchini
1 red pepper
1/2 – 250 g package puff pastry sheets
60 g parsley, chopped
Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper
4 – 60 g fillets firm fish, cut into 76 x 51 mm portions
FOOD
CODE
Appetizers
R1
Fish in Puff Pastry
R2
Fish Rolls
R3
Beef Stroganoff
R4
Beef Pot Roast
R5
Pork Loin in Puff Pastry
R6
Pasta Gratin
R7
Eggplant Gratin
R8
Flan
R9
Pears in Red Wine
R10
Rolls
R11
Muffins
R12
Cake
R13
Focaccia
R14
Setting My Recipes:
1Press
press
and turn the knob to My Recipes, then
Unfold one sheet puff pastry on cutting board. Brush with olive
oil. Sprinkle oregano, thyme and cheese over oil. Unfold the
second sheet and carefully lay on top of herbs.
.
2Turn
the knob to select desired recipe number, then
press
.
3Select
desired mode, temperature, time and probe
temperature (if applicable), then press
.
4Press
to Save recipe.
To remove a saved recipe, press
and turn the knob to
My Recipes, then press
. Turn the knob to select desired
recipe, then press
. Turn knob until Clear is displayed,
then press
.
Setting Keep Warm:
2Turn
1Press
and turn the knob to Recipes, then press
the knob to select desired recipe, then press
3Follow
instructions on the display, then press
.
Makes 42 appetizers.
For more than one sheet of appetizers, use 2 racks at rack position 1 and 3. Timing is the same.
Line solid pan with parchment paper. Unfold and lay cool puff
pastry onto cutting board. Cut into four equal squares. Stack
one zucchini slice and four pepper strips on each square, laying
them across connecting opposite corners. Sprinkle each with
15 g parsley. Season with salt and pepper. Lay one fillet on each
stack and season again with salt and pepper. Pull two free corners of pastry over the fish and press lightly. Carefully place puff
pastry bundles on parchment paper. Slide pan on rack position
1. Close oven door. Set oven to Recipes R2. Press
. When
oven chimes, remove pan from oven. Serve immediately.
Makes 4 servings.
KEEP WARM MODE
Setting Recipes:
1Press
Press down lightly. Using pastry or pizza cutter, cut pastry into
13 mm strips. Tightly twist strips, keeping filling inside. Line
solid pan with parchment paper and lay strips on paper, about
25 mm apart. Allow pastry to stand 15 minutes before placing
in the oven. Slide pan into oven on rack position 1. Close oven
door. Set oven to Recipes R1. Press
. When oven chimes,
remove pan from oven. Cut each appetizer into thirds. Serve
immediately.
Cut red pepper into quarters. Remove seeds and cut each
quarter lengthwise into four 6 mm strips. Set aside. Cut ends off
zucchini and cut lengthwise into 6 mm slices. Set aside.
.
press
R3 FISH ROLLS
and turn the knob to Keep Warm, then
Cook time—10 minutes
8 thin fish fillets, such as sole, flounder or turbot
Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper
30 g pine nuts, toasted
95 g arugula
.
.
CLEANSE MODE
Setting Cleanse:
1Press
2Turn
and turn the knob to Cleanse, then press
the knob to select desired option, then press
.
.
Lay fish on cutting board. Season both sides with salt and
pepper. Spread approximately 7 g pine nuts and 9 g arugula
on each fish. Roll fillets from pointed end. Secure with toothpicks. Grease perforated pan with nonstick spray and place fish
bundles on pan. Slide pan on rack position 2. Close oven door.
Set oven to Recipe R3. Press
. When oven chimes, remove
fish from oven and serve immediately.
Makes 4 to 6 servings.
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OVEN OPERATION
Recipes
R4 BEEF STROGANOFF
R5 BEEF POT ROAST
R7 PASTA GRATIN
R9 FLAN
Cook time—47 minutes
800 g beef chuck roast, cut into 6 x 13 mm strips
10 g kosher salt
5 g freshly ground black pepper
15 g beef bouillon granules
1 yellow pepper, sliced into 6 mm strips
1 red pepper, sliced into 6 mm strips
225 g mushrooms, sliced 6 mm thick
2 small yellow onions, sliced thin
2 – 30 g packages dry gravy mix
15 g cornstarch
10 g paprika
350 ml heavy cream
60 ml tomato paste
Cooked egg noodles, optional
Cook time—2 hours
1.1 kg beef chuck roast, cut into 3 pieces
2 carrots, peeled and quartered
1/2 small celery root or celeriac, peeled and quartered
2 small yellow onions, quartered
1 bay leaf
2 whole cloves
8 black peppercorns
940 ml vegetable stock
Cook time—30 minutes
690 g uncooked pasta (shells or elbow macaroni)
2 small yellow onions, sliced 13 mm thick
230 g mushrooms, sliced
85 g sliced dried ham or prosciutto, sliced 13 mm thick
230 g flat leaf parsley, coarsely chopped
140 g Italian or Parmesan cheese, shredded, divided
470 ml vegetable stock
235 ml heavy cream
Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper
Dash nutmeg
Cook time—approximately 25 minutes
115 g sugar, divided
115 ml orange juice
500 ml heavy cream or half & half
1 vanilla bean, split lengthwise
3 eggs, beaten
Season beef with salt and pepper. Place beef in 13 x 9-inch
baking dish. Mix in bouillon, peppers, mushrooms and onions.
Place oven rack in rack position 2. Place dish on rack. Close
oven door. Set oven to Recipe R4 with six people. Press
.
When oven chimes, remove dish from oven and carefully pour
liquid into 500 ml measuring cup and set aside. Return dish
back in oven and press
to continue cooking.
To make sauce: In 2-quart saucepan whisk gravy mixes,
cornstarch and paprika. Mix in cream and tomato paste. Whisk
in reserved 410 ml juice, adding water if needed to equal 410
ml. Place on Wolf cooktop over medium heat. Bring to a boil to
thicken, stirring constantly.
When oven chimes, remove dish from oven and mix in sauce.
Serve alone or over egg noodles.
Makes 5 to 6 servings.
Place beef, vegetables and spices in 4-quart casserole dish.
Pour vegetable stock over all.
Place oven rack in rack position 2. Place dish on rack. Close
oven door. Set oven to Recipe R5. Press
. When oven
chimes, remove dish from oven and serve warm.
Makes 5 to 6 servings.
R6 PORK LOIN IN PUFF PASTRY
Cook time—30 minutes
1/2 – 250 g package puff pastry sheets
30 ml stone ground mustard
460 g pork tenderloin
Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper
Unfold pastry sheet on cutting board and cut in half. Spread 15
ml mustard evenly across each pastry sheet. Cut pork in half
lengthwise. Season with salt and pepper. Place one pork piece
in the middle of each sheet, leaving 25 mm on each long end.
Fold ends over the pork and tightly roll the sides around the
pork, placing seam on the bottom under the pork. Line solid pan
with parchment paper. Carefully place puff pastry bundles on
paper. Slide pan on rack position 2. Close oven door. Set oven
to Recipes R6. Press
. When oven chimes, remove pan from
oven. Remove bundles from paper using a metal spatula. Serve
immediately.
Makes 4 to 6 servings.
Combine pasta, onions, mushrooms, ham, parsley and half
Italian cheese into a greased 4-quart casserole. Stir in stock,
cream, salt, pepper and nutmeg. Pour over pasta. Sprinkle
remaining cheese on top. Position oven rack to rack position 1.
Place uncovered casserole on rack. Close oven door. Set oven
to Recipes R7. Press
. When oven chimes, remove casserole
from oven. Cover. Allow casserole to stand for 15 minutes.
Serve warm.
Makes 6 11/2-cup servings.
R8 EGGPLANT GRATIN
Cook time—approximately 30 minutes
1 – 395 g can tomatoes
1 clove garlic, minced
15 g fresh oregano, chopped (or 5 g dry)
15 g fresh thyme, chopped (or 5 g dry)
15 ml olive oil
Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper
2 medium eggplants
230 g grated Italian cheese
Place tomatoes in 3-quart bowl. Crush with fork or potato
masher. Mix in garlic, herbs and olive oil. Season with salt and
pepper. Spread 115 ml tomato sauce in bottom of 21/2-quart
greased casserole. Slice the top off each eggplant and cut into
13 mm slices. Place slices evenly over tomatoes in dish. Spread
remaining tomato mixture over eggplant slices. Sprinkle cheese
on top. Place oven rack on rack position 2. Place dish on rack.
Close oven door. Set oven to Recipe R8. Press
. When oven
chimes, remove dish from oven and serve immediately.
Makes 4 to 6 servings.
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To make sauce: In 11/2-quart saucepan on Wolf cooktop over
medium heat, place 60 g sugar. Continue to heat three minutes
or until sugar turns light brown. Gradually pour orange juice into
pan and allow to reduce in half. Remove and pour evenly into
four 177 ml ramekin dishes. Set aside.
In 2-quart saucepan over medium heat, place cream, remaining
sugar and vanilla bean. Bring to a simmer, stirring constantly.
Whisk eggs in 2-quart bowl. Slowly pour cream into eggs, a
little at a time, beating after each addition. Pour mixture through
a fine strainer evenly into the dishes over the orange sauce.
Place dishes on perforated pan. Carefully slide on rack position
1. Close oven door. Set oven to Recipes R9. Press
. When
oven chimes, remove from oven. Allow to cool completely. Chill
for at least two hours. To serve, run a knife around the edge
of each dish. Turn flans upside down onto plate and pour any
remaining sauce from dish over the top
Makes 4 servings.
R10 PEARS IN RED WINE
Cook time—approximately 15 minutes
235 ml red wine
60 g sugar
Seeds from 1 vanilla bean
5 or 6 pears, cut in half, seeds removed
In 13 x 9-inch baking dish, combine red wine, sugar and seeds
from vanilla bean. Place pears, cut side down into wine mixture.
Place oven rack on rack position 2. Place dish in cold oven on
rack. Close oven door. Set oven to Recipes R10. Press
.
When oven chimes, remove pan from oven. Allow to cool slightly
before serving warm.
Makes 10 to 12 servings.
OVEN OPERATION
Recipes
R11 ROLLS
R12 MUFFINS
R13 CAKE
R14 FOCACCIA
Cook time—approximately 33 minutes
740 g flour
30 g sugar
1 – 7 g package active dry yeast
5 g salt
230 ml very warm milk, 50–55°C
60 g butter, melted
Cook time—approximately 35 minutes
For muffins:
460 g flour
150 g sugar
10 g baking powder
2 g baking soda
2 g salt
1 g cinnamon
2 eggs
230 ml buttermilk
115 g butter, melted
15 g lemon zest
5 ml vanilla
60 ml plain yogurt
230 g blueberries
Cook time—approximately 1 hour
6 eggs, separated
230 g sugar
60 ml water
5 ml lemon extract
5 g lemon zest
230 g cake flour
2 g cream of tarter
2 g salt
Frosting or fresh fruit, optional
Cook time—approximately 40 minutes
970 g bread flour
1 – 7 g package active dry yeast
10 g Italian seasoning
5 g sugar
5 g salt
310 ml warm water, 40–45°C
15 ml olive oil
Extra olive oil
Coarse sea salt
In large mixing bowl with flat beater on low speed, place egg
yolks and sugar. Beat at medium speed for two minutes or until
thick. Add water, lemon extract and zest. Beat until combined
for one minute. Add flour and beat on low speed until combined.
Set aside.
In mixer bowl with dough hook, place flour, dry yeast, seasoning,
sugar and salt. Mix ingredients together on low speed for two
minutes. Pour in water and oil. Continue to mix for five minutes
or until dough begins to form and pull away from the bowl.*
Increase speed to medium and knead the dough for 2–4 more
minutes to form dough. Remove dough hook and cover with
damp cloth. Allow to rise at room temperature two hours or until
doubled in bulk.**
30 m milk
5 g sugar
15 g butter, melted
In mixer bowl with dough hook, place flour, sugar, dry yeast and
salt. Mix ingredients together on low speed for two minutes.
Pour in warm milk and 60 g melted butter. Continue to mix for
five minutes or until dough begins to form and pull away from
the bowl. Remove dough hook and cover with damp cloth.
Allow to rise at room temperature 1–11/2 hours or until doubled
in bulk.*
On lightly floured surface, divide dough into 12 equal portions.
Shape into balls and place in greased 12 x 8-inch glass dish.
Cover with damp cloth and allow to rise about one hour or until
doubled in bulk.
Place oven rack on rack position 2. Place dish on rack. Close
oven door. Set oven to Recipes R11. Press
. Mix remaining
milk, sugar and butter. When oven chimes, brush rolls with
mixture. Press
again. When oven chimes again, remove rolls
and cool slightly before serving. Serve warm.
Makes 12 rolls.
*Dough can be placed in a covered container in the refrigerator
overnight. When ready to use, allow dough to set at room temperature for about one hour to warm before forming into rolls.
To check if the dough has doubled in bulk, stick two fingers into
the dough about 25 mm down and quickly remove them. If the
finger indents remain, then the dough has doubled in bulk. If
the finger indents disappear, then the dough still needs to rise
longer.
For streusel:
115 g flour
60 g butter, softened
60 g sugar
60 g walnuts, chopped
15 g lemon zest
In large mixing bowl with flat beater on low speed, combine
flour, sugar, baking powder, baking soda, salt and cinnamon. In
separate bowl, whisk together eggs, buttermilk, cooled butter,
zest, vanilla and yogurt. Add egg mixture to mixing bowl and mix
for 20 seconds, or until just combined. Remove bowl from mixer
and hand mix blueberries into batter. Spray jumbo muffin pans
with nonstick spray or use jumbo muffin pan liners. Divide batter
evenly into 12 muffin cups.
To make streusel: Place flour butter, sugar, walnuts and lemon
zest in small mixing bowl. Combine with hands or pastry blender
until crumbly. Spoon mixture evenly on tops of muffins.
Place pan or muffin liners on perforated pan. Slide into cold
oven on rack position 1. Close oven door. Set oven to Recipes
. When oven chimes, remove pan from oven.
R12. Press
Allow to cool five minutes before removing from pan. Serve
warm or cool and store in airtight container.
In another large clean mixing bowl with wire whisk, pour egg
whites. Whip at high speed for about 30 seconds until frothy, but
not stiff. Add cream of tartar and salt. Continue to whip whites to
stiff peaks, but not dry.
Gently fold egg whites into egg yolk batter. Pour into ungreased
9-inch tube pan.
On lightly floured surface, roll dough into a flattened ball. Place
in greased 8-inch glass pie plate. Spread dough to fill the plate.
Coat top with olive oil. Using fingers, poke holes about 25 mm
into dough evenly across dough. Cover with dry cloth and allow
to rise one hour. Coat top with olive oil again and poke holes
evenly across dough. Sprinkle top with coarse sea salt.
Place oven rack on rack position 1. Close oven door. Set oven to
Recipes R13. Press
. When oven chimes to indicate preheat
is complete, place pan in middle of rack. Press
. When oven
chimes to indicate baking time is over, remove oven. Allow to
cool 10 minutes before removing from pan. With long metal
spatula loosen the cake from the sides and middle of cake. Push
cake out of removable bottom and carefully loosen the cake
from the bottom. Frost cake or serve with fresh fruit.
Position oven rack to rack position 1. Place dish on rack. Close
oven door. Set oven to Recipes R14. Press
. When oven
chimes, remove pan from oven. Remove from dish immediately.
Makes 10 to 12 servings.
*If dough is too dry, add additional water, 15 ml at a time, until
dough becomes moist. If dough is too moist, add additional
flour, 8 g at a time, until dough becomes more dry.
Makes 1 loaf bread.
**To check if the dough has doubled in bulk, stick two fingers
into the dough about 25 mm down and quickly remove them. If
the finger indents remain, then the dough has doubled in bulk.
If the finger indents disappear, then the dough still needs to rise
longer.
Makes 10 to 12 servings.
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CARE RECOMMENDATIONS
Care Recommendations
DESCALE
OVEN DOOR REMOVAL
CLEANING
Depending on water conditions, the oven may need to be
descaled every 6–18 months. When the oven needs to be
descaled, ‘Boiler scaled up—please descale’ will appear
on the display. The duration between notifications is based
on the water hardness specified in user settings. To adjust
water hardness levels, refer to page 6.
The oven door can be removed for a thorough cleaning.
Stainless steel
To remove, open oven door completely. Rotate both hinge
latches forward to the open position. Close door to the
“at-rest” position, then lift up and out. Refer to the illustrations below.
Use a nonabrasive stainless steel cleaner and apply with a soft lint-free cloth. To bring out the natural
luster, lightly wipe surface with a water-dampened microfiber cloth followed by a dry polishing chamois.
Always follow the grain of stainless steel.
Door front
Spray glass cleaner on a cloth to clean.
Control panel
To reinstall, insert door hinges into frame openings. Open
oven door completely and rotate both hinge latches back to
the closed position.
Use spray degreaser to remove fingerprints and food soil. Spray on a cloth before wiping panel. Do not
spray cleaners directly on the control panel.
Interior
For general cleaning, initiate the Steam mode at 80°C for 30 minutes. This will loosen fat and cooking
debris from the oven. Turn the oven off and wipe the interior with a cloth. Use a damp cloth and lemon
juice to wipe away water and blue tarnish spots. Do not use a steam cleaner.
Oven racks and
rack guides
Oven racks and rack guides can be cleaned in the dishwasher.
Stainless steel pans
The solid and perforated stainless steel pans can be cleaned in the dishwasher.
Water tank
Watermarks and calcium build-up can be removed using a standard descaler. Do not clean the water
tank in the dishwasher.
Temperature probe
Do not clean the temperature probe in the dishwasher.
Durgol®
Swiss Steamer descaling solution and
Only use
follow the manufacturers instructions. Durgol® can be
ordered online at subzerowolfstore.com.
Setting Descale:
1With
the oven off, press
and turn the knob to
Descale, then press
. ‘Add 0.5 L descaler—
and press
’ appears on the display.
OPEN
POSITION
water tank and pour entire Durgol® Swiss
Steamer descaling solution contents into the tank, then
.
reinstall water tank and press
2Remove
CLOSED
POSITION
3After
approximately 30 minutes, ‘Pour away descaler—
Add 1 L water’ appears on the display. Remove tank,
turn on faucet, then pour descaler down the drain.
CAUTION
Oven door hinge latch.
Door “at-rest” position.
Failure to dilute descaling solution before discarding
may discolor sink and drain.
RACK GUIDE REMOVAL
4Fill
the tank with warm tap water and reinstall. ‘Descale
appliance—1st rinsing cycle’ appears on the display.
After approximately 45 minutes, ‘Pour away water—
Descaling completed’ appears on the display.
To remove rack guides, unscrew the knurled nut on the front
of the rack guide. Pull rack guide to the side of the threaded
stud and remove from the front. Refer to the illustration
below.
5Depending
on the level of soil in the rinse water, the
oven will determine whether additional rinse cycles are
necessary. Follow instructions on the display.
WATER
LIGHT
TEMP
MODE
ON
POWER
TIME
6Once
the rinse cycles are complete, remove, empty and
dry the water tank then wipe all stainless steel surfaces.
RACK GUIDE
KNURLED NUT
Rack guide removal.
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OFF
TROUBLESHOOTING
Troubleshooting
Service
OPERATION
•Maintain the quality built into your product by contacting
Wolf factory certified service.
Oven does not operate.
•Verify power is on.
•Verify electrical power to unit and home circuit breaker
is on.
Oven temperature issue.
•Contact Wolf customer care at 800-222-7820 for
recommendations.
Illumination is not working.
•The light bulb is defective, call Wolf factory certified
service.
•When contacting service, you will need the model and
serial number of your product. Both numbers are listed
on the product rating plate. Refer to page 5 for rating
plate location.
•For warranty purposes, you will also need the date of
installation and name of your authorized Wolf dealer. This
information should be recorded on page 2 of this guide.
Wolf Products Limited Warranty
INTERNATIONAL PRODUCTS
FOR RESIDENTIAL USE ONLY
FULL TWO YEAR WARRANTY
For two years from the date of original installation, your Wolf Appliance product warranty covers
all parts and labor to repair or replace, under normal residential use, any part of the product that
proves to be defective in materials or workmanship. All service provided by Wolf Appliance under
the above warranty must be performed by Wolf factory certified service, unless otherwise specified by Wolf Appliance, Inc. Service will be provided during normal business hours.
Oven starts making noise during operation.
•The oven may emit switching and pumping sounds
during operation. Such sounds are normal.
Oven pans are difficult to remove.
•Some combinations of heat, moisture and food placement may cause the oven pans to warp, but will return
to their original shape when cool.
LIMITED THIRD THROUGH FIFTH YEAR WARRANTY
For five years from the date of original installation, Wolf Appliance will repair or replace the following parts that prove to be defective in materials or workmanship: gas burners (excluding appearance), electric heating elements, blower motors (ventilation hoods), electronic control boards,
magnetron tubes and induction generators. The part(s) will be repaired or replaced, free of charge,
with the owner paying for all other costs including labor. All service provided by Wolf Appliance
under the above warranty must be performed by Wolf factory certified service, unless otherwise
specified by Wolf Appliance, Inc. Service will be provided during normal business hours.
‘Do not remove water tank’ appears on the display.
•Water in the boiler is not pumped off until the water
temperature drops below 80°C.
‘Boiler scaled up, please descale!’ appears on the display.
•Descale oven, refer to page 12.
‘Appliance blocked, descaling necessary’ appears on the
display.
•Descale oven, refer to page 12. If the message does not
disappear after descaling, contact Wolf factory certified
service.
Wolf, Wolf & Design, Wolf Gourmet, W & Design and the color red as applied to knobs are registered trademarks and service marks of Wolf Appliance, Inc. Sub-Zero, Sub-Zero &
Design, Dual Refrigeration, Constant Care, The Living Kitchen, Great American Kitchens The Fine Art of Kitchen Design, and Ingredients are registered trademarks and service marks
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PO BOX 44848
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WWW.WOLFAPPLIANCE.COM
824653 REV-A 11 / 2013