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AX-1110(SL)M
MICROWAVE OVEN WITH STEAM AND GRILL
OPERATION MANUAL WITH COOKBOOK
This operation manual contains important information which you should read carefully before using
your microwave oven.
IMPORTANT: There may be a serious risk to health if this operation manual is not followed or if
the oven is modified so that it operates with the door open.
900 W (IEC 60705)
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CONTENTS
Page
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS .........................................................................1
INSTALLATION .........................................................................................................5
OVEN DIAGRAM .....................................................................................................6
CONTROL PANEL .....................................................................................................7
IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS .....................................................................................8
BEFORE OPERATING.................................................................................................11
BEFORE USING OF THE FIRST TIME, CLEAN THE OVEN...............................................11
AUTOMATIC COOKING ...........................................................................................12
MANUAL COOKING ................................................................................................14
OTHER CONVENIENT FEATURES ...............................................................................18
CLEANING AND CARE .............................................................................................21
TROUBLESHOOTING CHART .....................................................................................22
SERVICE CALL CHECK ...............................................................................................25
CALLING FOR SERVICE .............................................................................................25
COOKBOOK ...........................................................................................................26
AUTOMATIC COOKING CHART ................................................................................32
TABLES ....................................................................................................................41
RECIPES ...................................................................................................................46
GURANTEE ..............................................................................................................55
SPECIFICATIONS ......................................................................................................56
Information on Disposal for Users (private households)
1. In the European Union
Attention:
Your product is
marked with this
symbol. It means that
used electrical and
electronic products
should not be
mixed with general
household waste.
There is a separate
collection system for
these products.
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Attention: If you want to dispose of this equipment, please do not use the ordinary dust bin!
Used electrical and electronic equipment must be treated separately and in accordance
with legislation that requires proper treatment, recovery and recycling of used electrical and
electronic equipment.
Following the implementation by member states private households within the EU states may
return their used electrical and electronic equipment to designated collection facilities free of
charge*. In some countries* your local retailer may also take back your old product free of
charge if you purchase a similar new one.
*) Please contact your local authority for further details.
If your used electrical or electronic equipment has batteries or accumulators, please dispose of
these separately beforehand according to local requirements.
By disposing of this product correctly you will help ensure that the waste undergoes the
necessary treatment, recovery and recycling and thus prevent potential negative effects on
the environment and human health which could otherwise arise due to inappropriate waste
handling.
2. In other Countries outside the EU
If you wish to discard this product, please contact your local authorities and ask for the correct
method of disposal.
For Switzerland: Used electrical or electronic equipment can be returned free of charge to the
dealer, even if you don’t purchase a new product. Further collection facilities are listed on the
homepage of www.swico.ch or www.sens.ch.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS: READ CAREFULLY AND KEEP
FOR FUTURE REFERENCE
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.
7. WARNING: The appliance
and its accessible parts become
hot during use. Care should be
taken to avoid touching heating
elements. Children less than 8
years of age shall be kept away
unless continuously supervised.
8. WARNING: Accessible parts
may become hot during use.
Young children should be kept
away.
9. WARNING: If the door or door seals
are damaged, the oven must not
be operated until it has been
repaired by a competent person.
10. WARNING: 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. Never
adjust, repair or modify the
oven yourself.
11. If the power supply cord of this
appliance is damaged, it must
be replaced by an authorised
SHARP service agent in order to
avoid a hazard.
12. WARNING: Liquids and other
foods must not be heated in
sealed containers since they are
liable to explode.
1. This oven is designed to be used
on a countertop only. It is not
designed to be built into a kitchen
unit. Do not place the oven in a
cabinet.
The oven door may become hot
during cooking. Place or mount the
oven so that the bottom of the oven
is 85 cm or more above the floor.
2. The oven rear surface should
be placed against the wall.
3. Ensure there is a minimum of free
space above the oven of 12 cm.
4. This appliance is intended to
be used in household and similar
applications such as:
• staff kitchen areas in shops,
offices and other working
environments;
• farm houses;
• by clients in hotels, motels and
other residential environments;
• bed and breakfast type
environments
5. The microwave oven is intended
for heating food and beverages.
Drying of food or clothing and
heating of warming pads,
slippers, sponges, damp cloth
and similar may lead to risk of
injury, ignition or fire.
6. 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 super vision or
instruction concerning use of the
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13. Microwave heating of beverages
can result in delayed eruptive
boiling, therefore care must
be taken when handling the
container.
14. Eggs in their shell, and whole
hard-boiled eggs should not be
heated in microwave ovens since
they may explode, even after
microwave heating has ended.
To cook or reheat eggs which
have not been scrambled or
mixed, pierce the yolks and the
whites, or the eggs may explode.
Shell and slice hard-boiled
eggs before reheating them in
the microwave oven.
15. Utensils should be checked
to ensure that they are suitable
for use in the oven. See Page
26. Use only microwave safe
containers and utensils on
microwave modes.
16. The contents of feeding bottles
and baby food jars shall be
stirred or shaken and the
temperature checked before
consumption, in order to avoid
burns.
17. When heating food in plastic or
paper containers, keep an eye
on the oven due to the possibility
of ignition.
18. If smoke is emitted, switch off or
unplug the appliance and keep
the door closed in order to stifle
any flames.
19. The oven should be cleaned
regularly and any food deposits
removed.
20. Failure to maintain the oven
in a clean condition could lead
to deterioration of the surface
that could adversely affect the
life of the appliance and possibly
result in a hazardous situation.
21. 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.
22. Steam cleaner is not to be used.
23. See instructions for cleaning
door seals, cavities and adjacent
parts on page 20.
To avoid the danger of fire.
No other liquid than room temperature water
suitable for drinking (filtered) can be poured into
the water tank.
T h e m i c ro w a v e o v e n s h o u l d n o t b e l e f t
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.
The AC power supply must be 230V, 50Hz, with a
minimum 16A distribution line fuse, or a minimum
16A distribution circuit breaker.
A separate circuit serving only this appliance
should be provided.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Individuals with PACEMAKERS should check with
their doctor or the manufacturer of the pacemaker
for precautions regarding microwave ovens.
Do not place the oven in areas where heat is
generated. For example, close to a conventional oven.
Do not install the oven in an area of high humidity
or where moisture may collect.
Do not store or use the oven outdoors.
Clean the oven cavity and the oven floor
after use. These must be dry and free from
grease. Built-up grease may overheat and
begin to smoke or catch fire.
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, use only 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.
To avoid overheating and fire, special care must
be taken when cooking or reheating foods with a
high sugar or fat content, for example, Sausage
rolls, Pies or Christmas pudding.
See the corresponding hints in operation manual
and the cookery book section.
When alcoholic beverage are added when roasting
or cooking cakes and sweets, there is a risk that
vapours released by the alcohol may catch fire
upon coming into contact with the electrical heating
element. Attend the oven closely during cooking.
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.
Do not operate the oven with the door open or
alter the door safety latches in any way.
Do not operate the oven if there is an object
between the door seals and sealing surfaces.
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 steam outlets or ventilation openings. In
the event of a spill, turn off and unplug the oven
immediately, and call an authorised SHARP service
agent.
Do not immerse the power supply cord or plug in
water or any other liquid.
Do not let the power supply cord hang over the
edge of a table or work surface.
Keep the power supply cord away from heated
surfaces, including the rear of the oven.
Do not attempt to replace the oven lamp yourself or
allow anyone who is not an electrician authorised
by SHARP to do so. If the oven lamp fails, please
consult your dealer or an authorised SHARP service
agent.
To avoid the possibility of explosion and
sudden boiling:
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.
Never heat liquids in narrow necked
containers such as baby bottles, as this
may result in the contents erupting from the
container when heated and cause burns.
To prevent sudden eruption of boiling liquid and
possible scalding:
1. Do not use excessive amount of time (See page
41).
2. Stir liquid prior to heating/reheating.
3. It is advisable to insert a glass rod or similar
utensil (not metal) into the liquid whilst reheating.
4. Let liquid stand for at least 20 seconds in the
oven at the end of cooking time to prevent
delayed eruptive boiling.
Pierce the skin of such foods as potatoes, sausages
and fruit before cooking, or they may explode.
To avoid the possibility of burns
CAUTION HIGH TEMPERATURE
This symbol means that the top surface
becomes hot during operation and it
should not be touched with bare hands
and no material should be placed on it
at any time.
Do not allow grease or dirt to build up on
the door seals and adjacent parts. Clean
the oven at regular intervals and remove
any food deposits. Follow the instructions
for "Cleaning and Care" on page 21.
Use pot holders or oven gloves when removing
food from the oven to prevent burns.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Use care when opening door. To avoid burns from
escaping heat and steam, let hot air or steam
escape before removing or replacing food.
Always open containers, popcorn makers, oven
cooking bags, etc., away from the face and hands
to avoid steam burns that can be caused by over
boiling.
To a v o i d b u r n s , a l w a y s t e s t f o o d
temperature and stir before serving and
pay special attention to the temperature
of food and drink given to babies,
children or the elderly.
When the oven is in use, ventilate a room where
the oven is installed. e.g. open a window or switch
a kitchen ventilation.
Do not operate the oven if water tank cracks and
water leaks. Please consult your dealer or an
authorised SHARP service agent.
To prevent condensation which could corrode the
appliance, do not leave cooked food in the oven
for an extended period. Clean the oven at regular
intervals and remove any food deposits in the oven
or on the door.
Do not insert fingers or objects in the holes (the
steam outlets or air-vent openings) as this may
damage the oven and cause an electric shock or a
hazard.
Do not touch the electric plug with wet hands.
Plug into the electric wall socket securely. When
removing the plug from the socket always grip
the plug, never pull the power supply cord as
this may damage the power supply cord and the
connections inside the plug.
Never move the oven in operation. If the oven
needs to be moved, drain all water inside the oven
using DRAIN WATER function. After draining,
empty the drip tray.
Be careful not to spill water on the door or control
panel.
If the oven is dropped, on the floor, do not use
the oven. Unplug and contact your dealer or an
authorised SHARP Service Agent.
The 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.
To avoid misuse by children
Do not lean or swing on the oven door.
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.
Do not move the oven while it is in operation.
This oven is for home food preparation only
and may only be used for cooking food. It is not
suitable for commercial or laboratory use.
To promote troublefree use of your oven
and avoid damage.
Never operate the oven when it is empty except
where recommended in the operation manual.
Doing so may damage the oven.
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 oven floor due to heat stress.
The preheating time specified in the dish’s
instructions must not be exceeded.
Do not use metal utensils, which reflect
microwaves and may cause electrical
arcing.
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.
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INSTALLATION
1. Remove all packing materials from the inside of
the oven cavity. Discard the loose polythene sheet
from between the door and cavity. Remove the
feature sticker, if attached, from the outside of the
door.
2. Check the oven carefully for any signs of damage.
3. Place the oven on a flat, level surface strong enough
to support the oven’s weight plus the heaviest item
likely to be cooked.
This oven is designed for countertop use only. Steam
is ventilated from the bottom of the oven. Make sure
the escaping steam does not wet electrical outlets/
other electrical appliances.
4. Place or mount the oven so that the bottom of the
oven is 85 cm or more above the floor.
5. Do not allow the power supply cord to run
over any hot or sharp surfaces, such as
the hot air vent area at the bottom of the
oven.
6. Ensure there is a minimum of free space above the
oven of 12 cm.
7. Securely connect the plug of the oven to a
standard earthed (grounded) household electrical
outlet.
• When replacing the plug please ensure that you
use a BSI or ASTA approved plug to BS1363, this
should be fitted with a brown coloured 13 amp fuse
approved by BSI or ASTA to BS1362. If you have
any doubt about electrical connection seek the help
of a qualified electrician.
TO REPLACE THE MAINS PLUG
The wires in the mains cable are colour coded as
shown:
Green and yellow stripes
= EARTH
Blue
= NEUTRAL
Brown
= LIVE
As the colours in the mains lead of your oven may not
correspond with the coloured marking identifying the
terminals in your plug, connect the wires as described:
• The green and yellow wire to the plug terminal
marked E or
or coloured green or coloured
green and yellow.
• The blue wire to the plug terminal marked N or
coloured black or coloured blue.
• The brown wire to the plug terminal marked L or
coloured red or coloured brown.
Make sure the terminal screws are tight and the cable
is held securely by the cable grip where it enters the
plug.
Like most appliances in your home, your oven must
be connected to a single phase 230-240V, 50Hz
alternating current supply.
If you do not make the proper electrical connections
you might damage the oven or injure yourself. Neither
SHARP nor the supplier will be liable if this happens.
ELECTRICAL CONNECTION.
• Do not allow water to come into contact with the
power supply cord or plug.
• Insert the plug properly into the socket.
• Do not connect other appliances to the same socket
using an adaptor plug.
• If the power supply cord is damaged, it must be
replaced by a SHARP approved service facility or a
similarly qualified person to avoid a hazard.
• When removing the plug from the socket always grip
the plug, never the cord as this may damage the
power supply cord and the connections inside the
plug.
• If the plug fitted to your oven is a rewireable type
and in the event of the socket outlet in your home not
being compatible with the plug supplied, remove the
plug properly (do not cut off).
• If the plug fitted to your oven is a non-rewirable type
and in the event of the socket outlet in your home not
being compatible with the plug supplied, cut-off the
mains plug.
• Refit with a suitable type, observing the wiring code
given in ‘To replace the mains plug’.
WARNING: THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE
EARTHED
If you have any doubts about your electrical
supply ask a qualified electrician.
IMPORTANT!
• The fuse from the cut-off plug should be removed and
the plug disposed of in a safe manner.
• Under no circumstances should the cut-off plug be
inserted into a socket outlet as a serious electric
shock may occur.
• The plug must not be used without the fuse cover
fitted.
• If you have any doubt about your microwave oven
obtain the help of a qualified electrician.
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OVEN DIAGRAM
3
4
2
18
1
14
9
13
17
5
6
12
7
8
10
16
20
Tray (lift up)
Shelf runner
19 15 14
11 19
21
22
ACCESSORIES
20 Rack
For Grill and Combi.
Do not use Steam and Microwave.
Always place on glass tray.
21 Glass tray
22 Steam tray x2
For Steam only.
Always place above/on glass tray.
Do not use for Microwave, Grill
and Combi.
WARNING for stacking the steam
tray and glass tray:
After cooking, take out the steam tray first.
See figure 3. Be aware of excess water
from the steam tray, we recommend you
place it directly on a flat dish or tray to
avoid spillages.
Before taking out the glass tray, make sure
that it is cool. Be aware that there may be
water on the glass tray, so take care when
removing it.
Stopper
Tray
Shelf runner
Figure 1
NOTE:
Lift up steam tray before install to shelf runner
Trays should be installed correctly as figure 1.
Place the rack on glass tray as shown in
Figure 2.
WARNING:
The oven cavity, door, outer cabinet,
accessories and dishes will become
very hot, use thick dry oven gloves
when removing the food or accessories
from the oven to prevent burns.
1 Ventilation openings
Be aware that hot steam or air comes
out during steam or combi cooking,
and keep children away from the oven.
2 Door open handle
3 LCD display
4 Control panel
5 Oven lamp
6 Upper position (position 3)
7 Lower position (position 2)
8 Water tank (See page 8.)
9 Door seals and sealing surfaces
10 Latch
11 Oven floor (position 1)
12 Door hinges
13 Steam outlets
14 Drip tray (See page 8.)
15 Oven cavity
16 See through door
17 Grill heating element
(at the oven cavity ceiling)
18 Door lever
To open, grip the door lever from the
bottom and pull it towards you.
19 Stoppers (Do not remove)
Oven glove
Rack
Steam
tray
Glass
tray
Glass tray
Figure 2
Figure 3
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CONTROL PANEL
Display information:
The display shows useful information including cooking time and
cooking mode.
1. Cooking mode & START indicators
The indicator will flash or light up during the operation.
You can press a concerned key when the indicators are flashing.
When the indicators light up on the display, they mean that each
cooking mode is selected or the oven is operating in each cooking
mode.
STEAM
MICRO
1
GRILL
START
AUTO: Automatic cooking is selected or in progress.
MANUAL: Manual cooking is selected or in progress.
CHECK: Some action is necessary (e.g. turn over, stir).
DEF: Steam Defrost or Auto Defrost Menus are selected or are progress.
ON: The oven is in operation.
EXTEND: Cooking time can be extended.
HOT: The oven is very hot.
▲ (MORE): More time adjustment is selected for automatic cooking.
▼ (LESS): Less time adjustment is selected for automatic cooking.
DESCALE: Descaling is necessary.
WATER: Water is necessary. When this indicator is appeared on the
display, the oven is operating in the menu using water.
Tray position indicators:
The position of the tray(s) for automatic cooking and
manual steam cooking.
3: Upper position
2: Lower position
1: Oven Floor
Operating keys:
1
2
3
4
1 TIME keys
2 MICROWAVE POWER LEVEL* key
3 STEAM HIGH key
4 STEAM LOW key
5 COMBI HIGH* key
6 COMBI LOW* key
7 GRILL* key
8 STEAM MENUS keys
9 AUTO DEFROST MENUS* key
10 AUTO GRILL MENUS* key
11 WEIGHT DOWN/UP keys
12 STOP/CLEAR key
13 LESS/MORE keys
14 START/AUTO MINUTE key
15 INFO/KITCHEN TIMER key
* This mode does not use steam.
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
For use by vulnerable consumers:
Response sounds of the start key and the stop key are different from the others. Three raised dots are on the start key
and a raised dot is on the stop key.
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IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS
Before Cooking with Steam
Before cooking with steam, read this section carefully.
2. An insufficient amount of water in the water tank
may cause an undesired result.
3. We recommend that you empty the water tank
every time after cooking. Do not leave the water
tank filled with water in the oven over a day.
4. If "Err, WATER (flashing)" is shown in the display
during Steam cooking, refer to Troubleshooting
Chart on page 22. The message will not appeared
in Descale function.
5. Do not drop or damage the water tank. Heat may
cause the water tank to change shape. Do not use
a damaged water tank. Consult your dealer or an
authorised SHARP service agent.
6. There may be a few water drops when removing
the water tank. Wipe the oven dry with a soft cloth.
7. Do not block the air holes on the lid of the water
tank. It will cause trouble during cooking.
WATER TANK
Ensure the water tank is filled with room
temperature drinking water before cooking
with steam.
1. Pull the water tank towards you to remove. (Figure 1)
2. Wash the water tank when using for the first time.
3. Fill the water tank as per Figure 2. Only use room
temperature drinking water and ensure you fill the
tank to the MAX mark (do not over fill) (Figure 2) Do
not fill the water tank over the MAX mark.
4. Make sure the lid is closed firmly.
5. Install the water tank by pushing it firmly back into
place. (Figure 3)
6. After cooking, empty the water tank and wash the
water tank and the lid.
NOTES:
1. Do not use any other liquids like distilled water,
mineral water and etc.
Figure 1
Figure 2
Figure 3
DRIP TRAY
Empty the drip tray after each use.
Empty, rinse thoroughly, dry and replace. Failure to
empty the tray may cause it to overflow.
Ensure the drip tray is in position before
cooking.
The drip tray is packed with the oven. Place the drip
tray under the oven door as shown in Figure 4. This
drip tray collects the condensation from the oven door.
To remove the drip tray: Pull the drip tray toward
you with both hands.
* Make sure water is not dripping down before
removing the drip tray.
To replace the drip tray: Place the drip tray onto the
right and left hooks under the oven and push firmly as
shown in Figure 4. Insert the drip tray horizontally when
you attach it. Improper use may cause the damage to the
hooks.
Hooks
Drip tray
Figure 4
WARNINGS:
1. The oven will become very hot after cooking and draining water function.
2. Do not open the oven with your face close to the oven. Steam from the oven may cause burns.
3. Make sure that the oven has cooled before emptying the water tank and the drip tray and then wipe the oven cavity.
4. Do not touch the water directly as water in the drip tray may be hot.
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IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS
Steam in Automatic and Manual Cooking
Before cooking
1. Make sure the water tank is filled with room temperature drinking water and is installed correctly. (See page 8.)
2. Make sure the empty drip tray is installed. (See page 8.)
3. Place food in the oven. Make sure to place the glass tray in lower position (position 2) for cooking with steam
mode.
After Cooking
1. After the oven has cooled, remove and empty the water tank, wipe oven cavity. Be aware that the grill heating
element and steam outlets may be still hot, so take care when wiping the ceiling and cavity back plate. (The
grill heating element will turn on for a very short time before the end of the cooking.) Wait a few minutes, then
empty the drip tray.
2. Perform the Drain Water function at least once a day after empty the water tank and wipe the oven cavity.
3. Check that water is not dripping down before removing the drip tray, as a small amount of water drains into
the drip tray when the water tank is removed.
4. During and after cooking, condensed water may be on the door, oven walls and oven floor. Dry any liquid
residue with a soft cloth. After the last use of the day, we recommend to operate the oven with Grill for 3
minutes without food and accessories for drying the water off around grill heating element.
WARNING: Do not open the oven with your face close to the oven. Steam from the oven may cause burns.
NOTE: Keep the door closed. If opened during cooking, steam will escape and a longer cooking time will be
required.
Heating Category
Microwave output power
in Watts (based on
international
(IEC 60705) standard).
The heating category (a letter A to E) developed
by MAFF (Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and
Food) with microwave oven and food manufacturers
indicates the ability of the oven to heat small
quantities of food (up to 500g [1lb 2oz]). It does not
represent the general performance of the oven.
Letter representing the
oven heating category.
Microwave Symbol.
OVEN
OUTPUT
POWER
Food packs carry cooking instructions for heating
categories A to E. Follow instructions for the letter
corresponding to the oven’s heating category. The
higher the output power and heating category of
the oven the less heating time is required as shown
opposite.
Less heating time required
600 700 800 900 1000 Watts
More heating time required
OVEN
OUTPUT
CATEGORY
Less heating time required
A
B
C
D
E
More heating time required
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IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS
Drain Water Function
2
Perform the Drain Water function at least once a day
after cooking with steam. It takes up to 7 minutes.
Press INFO/KITCHEN
TIMER twice to select In F2.
x2
The Drain Water Function helps prevent scale build up
and removes left over water.
3
Place the glass tray in lower position (position 2).
Ensure it is touching the back wall of the oven.
4
Do not place any food in the
oven. Close the door firmly. Press
START/AUTO MINUTE to begin
descaling (for about 30 min.).
PROCEDURE
1
2
3
Remove the water tank. Ensure
that no food is in the oven. Press
INFO/KITCHEN TIMER once
to select In F1.
Press START/AUTO MINUTE. In F1 will flash on and off
in the display during the Drain
Water function.
x1
5
When the oven has stopped and is cool, remove
water tank, empty, rinse and refill with room
temperature drinking water to the MAX mark.
Replace the water tank. Empty the drip tray and
replace it.
Remove the glass tray, empty, rinse
and dry. Follow step 3 to replace
the glass tray. Close the door firmly.
Press START/AUTO MINUTE.
x1
Rinsing will start (for about 30 min.).
6
When rinsing has ended and the oven is cool,
remove water tank and empty. Remove the glass
tray and empty. Wipe oven cavity to dry. Wait
a few minutes and then empty the drip tray.
x1
When the drain function has ended and the
oven is cool, wipe the oven cavity. Wait a few
minutes, then empty the drip tray.
NOTES:
1. The water tank must be removed before starting this
procedure.
2. If Drain Water Function is set, Energy Save Mode
will be cancelled temporary.
x1
NOTE:
If Descale Function is set, Energy Save Mode will be
cancelled temporary.
Descale Function
White or gray grains, also called scale, may form
in the water circuit inside the oven during steam
generation, which could cause the oven to malfunction.
When "DESCALE (flashing)" is shown in the display,
be sure to carry out Descale function immediately. It
takes about 1 hour (for descaling using citric acid is
for about 30 min. The rinse time is approx. 30 min.).
PROCEDURE
1
Pure citric acid, available at some chemists, or
bottled 100% lemon juice with no pulp are used
for descaling. Choose one and prepare the
descaling solution.
To use pure citric acid, dissolve 1 tablespoon of
pure citric acid crystals in 500ml of water in a
non-porous container. Stir well and pour into the
water tank to the MAX mark.
To use 100% bottled lemon juice, check that
there is absolutely no pulp in it. If there is
pulp or you are not sure, strain through a fine
strainer. Measure 70ml of the strained lemon
juice and add it to 500ml of water. Stir well and
pour into the water tank to the MAX mark.
Place the water tank in the oven correctly and
push firmly into place.
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BEFORE USING OF THE FIRST
TIME, CLEAN THE OVEN
BEFORE OPERATING
• Before operating your oven, make sure you read
and understand this operation manual completely.
• Before the oven can be used, follow these
procedures:
1. Ensure the drip tray is in the correct position. See
page 8.
2. See below for getting started.
You may detect smoke or a burning smell when using
the grill for the first time, this is normal and not a sign
that the oven is out of order.
To avoid this problem, when first using the oven,
operate the grill without food for 20 minutes.
PREPARATION
Ensure the room is well ventilated.
Getting Started
PROCEDURE
1
Your oven has an Energy Save Mode. This facility saves
electricity when the oven is not in use.
PROCEDURE
1
Plug the oven into a power point.
Nothing will appear on the display at this time.
2
Open the door. The display will show ".0".
The oven lamp will light while the door is open.
3
Close the door.
Now you are ready to use the oven.
2
Ensure that no food is in the oven.
Enter the time by pressing TIME
(20.00).
Press GRILL and
START/AUTO
MINUTE.
x1
x2
x1
WARNING:
The oven door, outer cabinet and oven cavity will become
hot.
CAUTION:
In Energy Save Mode, if you do not operate the oven
for 3 minutes or more (e.g. after closing the door, or
pressing STOP/CLEAR, or at the end of cooking),
you will not be able to operate the oven until you open
and close the oven door again.
NOTE:
When you set Child Lock or Demonstration Mode, Energy Save Mode will be cancelled temporary.
STOP/CLEAR
1. Press STOP/CLEAR if you make a mistake during
programming.
2. STOP/CLEAR can be used to stop the oven
temporarily during cooking.
3. To cancel a programme during cooking, press
twice.
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AUTOMATIC COOKING
Automatic Operation can be used when cooking with steam, grill or microwave functions. Refer to each function
for the details.
Steam Menus
WARNING for stacking the steam tray and
glass tray:
After cooking, take out the steam tray first. See Figure
2 on page 6. Be aware of excess water from the
steam tray, we recommend you place it directly on a
flat dish or tray to avoid spillages.
Before taking out the glass tray, make sure that it is
cool. Be aware that there may be water on the glass
tray, so take care when removing it.
NOTES:
1. Enter the weight or amount of the food only. Do not
include the weight of the container.
2. For foods weighing more or less than weights
given in the cooking charts, cook manually.
3. The programmed cooking times are average times.
To extend cooking times that are preprogrammed
in the automatic cooking, see EXTENDING
COOKING TIME AT THE END OF STEAM
COOKING on page 18. Before extending the
cooking time, make sure the water tank is filled
to the MAX mark with room temperature drinking
water.
4. Any Steam selection can be programmed with
More or Less Time Adjustment. See page 18.
5. Keep the door closed. If opened during using,
steam will escape and a longer cooking time will
be required.
6. The amount of water in the water tank is sufficient
for one cooking operation. Water does not need to
be added during cooking.
7. During and after cooking, condensed water may
be on the door, oven walls and oven floor. Dry
any liquid residue with a soft cloth. After the last
use of the day, we recommend to operate the oven
with Grill for 3 minutes without food for drying the
water off around grill heating element.
8. After cooking, the oven will automatically cool
and you will hear the sound of the cooling fan.
The fan may continue to operate up to 10 minutes
depending on the oven and parts temperature.
There are 6 steam categories and 18 menus. Always
cook food using steam tray and glass tray. Ensure the
glass tray is on the lower position (position 2.) And see
page the important instructions on page 8-9.
St11 - St14: Rice/Pasta/Egg
St21 - St25: Vegetable 1 layer
St31 - St32: Fish/Chicken
St41 - St42: Balanced Menu
St51 - St52: Vegetable 2 layers (vegetable + potato)
Sd1 - Sd3: Steam Defrost
Refer to the Steam Menus Guide for details on page
32-37.
Example:
To cook 0.3 kg of Chicken Fillets.
PROCEDURE
1
2
3
4
Ensure the water tank is filled
with room temperature drinking
water to the MAX mark and is
installed correctly. Press FISH/
CHICKEN until desired menu
number is displayed (St32).
Enter the weight or quantity
by pressing WEIGHT until
the desired weight or quantity
is displayed (0.3 kg).
x2
x6
Place food in oven by following
the directions in the cooking guide
on page 33. Close the door.
Press START/AUTO MINUTE.
or
x2
x1
After cooking,
EXTEND will
appear.
If you wish to extend the cooking
time, enter the desired time by
pressing TIME.
Press START/AUTO MINUTE.
If not, press STOP/CLEAR.
After the oven has cooled, remove
and empty the water tank, wipe the
oven cavity. Wait a few minutes,
then empty the drip tray.
WARNINGS:
1. The oven door, outer cabinet and oven cavity will
become hot. Use thick oven gloves when adding or
removing foods to prevent burns.
2. Do not open the oven with your face close to the
oven. Steam from the oven may cause burns.
NOTE for St13, St14 and Sd3:
It is not necessary to enter amount. Skip to step3.
NOTE for Steam Defrost (Sd1-Sd3):
Steam defrost uses the steam and microwave setting
so do not use the steam tray and metal rack.
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AUTOMATIC COOKING
Auto Defrost Menus
Auto Grill Menus
There are 4 Auto Grill menus.
AG1: Chicken Legs
AG2: Grilled Chicken
There are 4 Auto Defrost menus. Do not use the glass
tray, steam tray and metal rack.
dE1: Steak/Chops
dE2: Minced Meat
dE3: Poultry
dE4: Bread
AG3 : Fish Gratin
AG4 : Grilled Skewer
Refer to the Auto Grill Menus Guide for details on
page 38-39.
Example:
To cook 0.4kg of Chicken Legs.
Refer to the Auto Defrost Menus Guide for details on
page 40.
Example:
To defrost a 0.5 kg steak.
PROCEDURE
1
2
3
4
Press AUTO GRILL MENUS
until desired menus number is
displayed (AG1).
Enter the weight by
pressing WEIGHT until
the desired weight is
displayed (0.4kg).
Place food in the oven by
following the directions in the
cooking guide on page 38.
Close the door. Press START/
AUTO MINUTE.
The oven will stop and CHECK
will flash on and off.
Open the door. Turn over the
chicken legs.
Close the door. Press START/
AUTO MINUTE.
PROCEDURE
1
x1
x7
or
2
x3
3
x1
4
x1
NOTES:
1. Enter the weight of the food only. Do not include the
weight of the container.
2. For foods weighing more or less than weights given
in the cooking charts, cook manually.
3. Always follow the instructions in the cooking guide.
4. All selections can be programmed with More or
Less Time Adjustment. See page 18.
5. After cooking, the oven will automatically cool
and you will hear the sound of the cooling fan.
The fan may continue to operate up to 10 minutes
depending on the oven and parts temperature.
WARNING:
The oven door, outer cabinet and oven cavity will
become hot. Use thick oven gloves when adding or
removing foods to prevent burns.
Press AUTO DEFROST
MENUS until desired menus
number is displayed (dE1).
Enter the weight by
pressing WEIGHT until the
desired weight is displayed
(0.5 kg).
Place food in oven by following
the directions in the cooking
guide on page 40. Close the
door. Press START/AUTO
MINUTE.
The oven will stop and CHECK
will flash on and off. Open the
door. Turn over the steak and
shield the defrosted portions.
Close the door. Press START/
AUTO MINUTE.
x1
x6
or
x4
x1
x1
NOTES:
1. Enter the weight of the food only. Do not include the
weight of the container.
2. Any defrost selection can be programmed with
More or Less Time Adjustment. See page 18.
3. To defrost other foods or foods above or below the
weights allowed on Auto Defrost Menus Guide, use
time and 30% microwave power. See Microwave
on page 17.
4. Do not use the glass tray, steam tray and metal
rack.
5. After cooking, the oven will automatically cool and
you will hear the sound of the cooling fan. The fan
may continue to operate up to 10 minutes depending on the oven and parts temperature.
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MANUAL COOKING
Manual Cooking can be used in Steam, Grill, Combi and Microwave mode.
Refer to the "Manual Cooking Chart" and "Food and Utensil Position Chart" below. The charts give information on each setting.
Manual Cooking Chart
Cooking mode
Temp/power range
Time range
Water tank
100 °C
70 - 95°C *
0 - 35 min.
0 - 60 min.
0 - 99 min. 50 sec.
YES
YES
0 - 99 min. 50 sec.
NO
Grill: 50% power
Microwave: 10 - 70% power
0 - 99 min. 50 sec.
NO
0 - 100% power
0 - 99 min. 50 sec.
NO
High
Low
Steam
Grill: 100% power
Microwave: 10 - 70% power
Grill
High
Combi
Low
Microwave
NO
* You can set the temperature from 70°C to 95°C in multiples of 5°C. (Initial setting: 90°C)
Food and Utensil Position Chart
Cooking mode
2 layer cooking
Food and utensil position (Refer to Figure 1.)
3: Upper
2: Lower
Steam
YES
2 layers
Low
Grill
High
Low
Combi
NO
NO
NO
Food
Glass tray
Glass tray (No food)
Steam tray
Food
Rack or dish
Glass tray
NO
Food
Microwave
Steam tray
Food
1 layer
High
1: Oven floor
See NOTE 1.
Microwave safe container
Food
NO
Glass tray
See NOTE 2.
Microwavesafe container
NOTES:
1.Select desired position depending on the food size. Position 2 or position 3 is recommended for most recipes.
Place the food and glass tray on position 1 when roasting big portions to prevent touching the food to the
oven ceiling.
2.For cooking cake or meatloaf.
3.Do not leave the steam tray and rack wet after use.
WARNING for stacking the steam tray and glass tray:
After cooking, take out the steam tray first. See Figure 2. Be aware of excess water from the steam tray, we
recommend you place it directly on a flat dish or tray to avoid spillages.
Before taking out the glass tray, make sure that it is cool. Be aware that there may be water on the glass tray,
so take care when removing it.
Shelf runners
Figure 2
Figure 1
3
2
Oven glove
Steam tray
Glass tray
1
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MANUAL COOKING
Steam
Manual Steam has 2 options, Steam High and Steam
Low. Always cook food using the steam tray and
glass tray. See page 14 for the details. And see the
important instructions on page 8-9.
Cooking mode
STEAM LOW
Example:
To cook for 20 minutes on Steam Low (80°C).
PROCEDURE
Temperature
Steam High
1
100°C
Steam Low
70 - 95°C
Use Steam High to steam foods such as chicken or
vegetables. Use Steam Low to steam fish or egg
custard gently. With Steam Low mode, cooking time
is a little longer than Steam High mode. Steam cooks
food gently without destroying the shape, colour or
aroma. The Steam High can be programmed for
up to 35 minutes (35.00). The Steam Low can be
programmed for up to 60 minutes (60.00). On Steam
Low, the temperature can be set between 70°C and
95°C by a 5°C step. 2 layers cooking is available for
Steam High. 1 layer cooking is available for Steam
Low.
x2
Press STEAM HIGH until the tray
position indicators are displayed
(2 and 3).
Press START/AUTO MINUTE.
x1
4
Press START/AUTO MINUTE.
After cooking,
EXTEND will appear.
If you wish to extend cooking time,
enter the desired time by pressing
TIME and press START/AUTO
MINUTE.
If not, press STOP/CLEAR.
After the oven has cooled, remove
and empty the water tank, wipe the
oven cavity. Wait a few minutes,
then empty the drip tray.
NOTES:
1. If the the maximum time for Steam Cooking Mode is
exceeded the "Err" will be displayed at Step 2.
2. To extend steaming times, see EXTENDING COOKING
TIME AT THE END OF STEAM COOKING on page
18. Before extending the cooking time, make sure the
water tank is filled with room temperature drinking
water to the MAX mark and is installed correctly.
3. Keep the door closed. If opened during cooking,
steam will escape and a longer cooking time will be
required.
4. The amount of water in the water tank is sufficient for
one cooking operation. Water does not need to be
added during cooking.
5. During and after cooking, condensed water may be
on the door, oven walls and oven floor. Dry any liquid
residue with a soft cloth. After the last use of the day,
we recommend to operate the oven with Grill for 3
minutes without food for drying the water off around
grill heating element.
6. After cooking, the oven will automatically cool and you
will hear the sound of the cooling fan. The fan may
continue to operate up to 10 minutes depending on the
oven and parts temperature.
x2
3
3
4
PROCEDURE
2
Press STEAM LOW until the desired
temperature is displayed (80°C) .
x1
Example:
To cook for 20 minutes on Steam High using 2 layers.
Make sure the water tank is
filled to the MAX mark with room
temperature drinking water and
is installed correctly. Enter the
desired cooking time by pressing
TIME (20.00).
2
x2
x3
STEAM HIGH
1
Make sure the water tank is filled to
the MAX mark with room temperature
drinking water and is installed
correctly. Enter the desired cooking
time by pressing TIME (20.00).
After cooking,
EXTEND will
appear.
If you wish to extend cooking time,
enter the desired time by pressing
TIME and press START/AUTO
MINUTE.
If not, press STOP/CLEAR.
After the oven has cooled, remove
and empty the water tank, wipe
the oven cavity. Wait a few minutes,
then empty the drip tray.
WARNINGS:
1. The oven door, outer cabinet and oven cavity will
become hot. Use thick oven gloves when adding or
removing foods to prevent burns.
2. Do not open the oven with your face close to the
oven. Steam from the oven may cause burns.
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MANUAL COOKING
Grill
Combi
The grill heating element at the top of the oven cavity
has one power setting only. This mode does not use
steam. This mode can be programmed for up to 99
minutes 50 seconds. It is only possible to cook on one
layer using this mode. Place the food onto the rack on
glass tray and select desired position depending on
the food size.
Example:
To cook for 10 minutes on Grill.
Combi combines microwave power with grill. Combi
has 2 options; Combi High and Combi Low. This mode
does not use steam. This mode can be programmed
for up to 99 minutes 50 seconds. 1 layer cooking only.
Cooking Cooking method Microwave Display
(Initial setting) Power Range
mode
H30P
10 - 70%
Combi High Grill 100%
Microwave 30%
PROCEDURE
1
Combi Low
Enter the desired cooking time
by pressing TIME (10.00).
Grill 50%
Microwave 30%
L30P
10 - 70%
x1
2
The display (H30P or L30P) is initial settings. "30P"
means the microwave power level, and it will change
depending on your setting.
Press GRILL.
Example:
To cook for 20 minutes on Combi High using 50%
microwave power.
x1
3
Press START/AUTO MINUTE.
PROCEDURE
x1
1
WARNING:
The oven door, outer cabinet and oven cavity will
become hot. Use thick oven gloves when adding or
removing foods to prevent burns.
NOTES:
1. Keep the door closed. If opened during cooking,
heat will escape and a longer cooking time will be
required.
2. After cooking, the oven will automatically cool
and you will hear the sound of the cooling fan.
The fan may continue to operate up to 10 minutes
depending on the oven and parts temperature.
Enter the desired cooking time by
pressing TIME (20.00).
x2
2
3
Select the cooking mode
by pressing COMBI HIGH
once.
Change the microwave power
level by pressing the selected
Combi mode key (COMBI
HIGH) or MICROWAVE
POWER LEVEL 3 times.
x1
or
x3
x3
4
Press START/AUTO MINUTE.
x1
WARNING:
The oven door, outer cabinet and oven cavity will
become hot. Use thick oven gloves when adding or
removing foods to prevent burns.
NOTES:
1. Keep the door closed. If opened during cooking, heat
will escape and a longer cooking time will be required.
2. After cooking, the oven will automatically cool
and you will hear the sound of the cooling fan.
The fan may continue to operate up to 10 minutes
depending on the oven and parts temperature.
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MANUAL COOKING
Microwave
To change the microwave power level, press
MICROWAVE POWER LEVEL until the desired
power level is displayed.
Microwave is fast and convenient for cooking,
reheating and defrosting.
First enter the cooking time then the power level.
This mode does not use steam. This mode can be
programmed for up to 99 minutes 50 seconds.
There are 6 different power levels.
Example:
To defrost for 5 minutes on 30%.
PROCEDURE
Display Power level
Examples
100%
Raw
meat,
vegetables, rice
100P
(900 W) or pasta
70%
Roast joints, meat loaf and
70P
(630 W) plated meals
50%
Delicate foods such as eggs
50P
(450 W) or seafood.
Defrost, softening butter
30%
30P
or simmering dumplings
(270 W)
and cooking egg custard.
Keep food warm or gentle
10%
10P
defrosting, such as cream
(90 W)
gateaux or pastry.
0P
1
x5
2
3
Change the power level by pressing
MICROWAVE POWER LEVEL
until the desired microwave power
level is displayed (30P).
x4
Press START/AUTO MINUTE.
x1
0% (0 W)
NOTES:
1. After cooking, the oven will automatically cool
and you will hear the sound of the cooling fan.
The fan may continue to operate up to 10 minutes
depending on the oven and parts temperature.
2. Do not use the steam tray, glass tray and
metal rack.
Variable cooking control allows you to select the rate
of microwave cooking.
If a power level is not selected, then 100% is
automatically used.
It is only possible to cook on one layer using this
mode.
Example:
To cook for 5 minutes on 100%.
HINT:
For cooking cake or meatloaf, place the container on
the glass tray in lower position (position 2).
PROCEDURE
1
Enter the desired cooking time by
pressing TIME (5.00).
Enter the desired cooking time by
pressing TIME (5.00).
x5
2
Press START/AUTO MINUTE.
x1
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OTHER CONVENIENT FEATURES
More or Less Time Adjustment
(LESS (▼) / MORE (▲) keys)
Multiple Sequence Cooking
This function allows you to cook using up to 3 manual
cooking programmes; combinations of Microwave,
Grill and Combi.
a) To use with automatic cooking:
You can adjust cooking results as you like.
Should you discover that you like to cook an automatic
menu for longer, press MORE (▲) after entering
weight and before pressing START/AUTO MINUTE.
Should you discover that you like to cook an automatic
menu using less time, press LESS (▼) after entering
weight and before pressing START/AUTO MINUTE.
Example:
To cook using Sequence Cooking for:
5 minutes on 70 % microwave power
3 minutes on Grill
3 minutes on Combi High using
50% microwave power
b) To use with manual cooking:
(Stage 1)
(Stage 2)
(Stage 3)
PROCEDURE
During the manual cooking process, the cooking time
can be decreased or increased in 1 minute steps each
time the LESS (▼) and MORE (▲) are pressed.
1
NOTE: You can not use this function for Steam
cooking.
For 1st stage, enter the desired
cooking time by pressing TIME
(5.00) and press MICROWAVE
POWER LEVEL until the
desired microwave power level
is displayed (70P).
x5
x2
Extending Cooking Time at the
End of Steam Cooking
2
This function is for Steam Menus (except Steam
Defrost), Steam High and Steam Low only.
Cooking results may var y depending on room
temperature, initial food temperature and other
factors. You can adjust cooking results by adding more
cooking time at the end of the steam programme.
When cooking is finished, the display will show
"EXTEND". It is only possible to add extra time
during the 5 minutes when "EXTEND" is showing in
the display. The time can be extended up to for 10
minutes. Enter the desired time by pressing TIME
and then press START/AUTO MINUTE. The same
cooking mode will then continue for the desired time.
For best result ensure you monitor the cooking process.
For 2nd stage, enter the desired
cooking time by pressing TIME
(3.00) and press GRILL.
x3
x1
3
For 3rd stage, enter the desired
cooking time by pressing TIME
(3.00) and press COMBI HIGH
until the desired microwave
power level is displayed (H50P).
x3
x4
4
Press START/AUTO MINUTE.
x1
NOTES:
1. Before extending Steam mode, make sure the
water tank is filled to the MAX mark with room
temperature drinking water and is installed
correctly. If "Err, WATER (flashing)" is displayed
during cooking, fill the water tank to the MAX
mark. Position and push firmly into place, then
press STOP/CLEAR to clear the error message. To
continue the cooking, cook manually. For best result
ensure you monitor the cooking process.
2. Extend mode is cancelled when STOP/CLEAR is
pressed.
3. The Extending Cooking Time function can
be repeated until the food is cooked to your
requirements.
4. While the display shows "EXTEND", Energy Save
Mode will be cancelled temporary.
NOTE:
After cooking, the oven will automatically cool and you
will hear the sound of the cooling fan. The fan may
continue to operate up to 10 minutes depending on the
oven and parts temperature.
WARNING:
The oven door, outer cabinet and oven cavity will
become hot. Use thick oven gloves when adding or
removing foods to prevent burns.
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OTHER CONVENIENT FEATURES
Kitchen Timer
Info
Info provides 5 features.
In F1: Drain
In F2: Descale
In F3: Water Hardness
Use the Kitchen Timer as a minute timer or to monitor
the standing time for cooked/defrosted food.
Example:
To set the kitchen timer for 5 minutes.
These features can be selected by pressing INFO/
K I T C H E N T I M E R until the desired function is
displayed and pressing START/AUTO MINUTE .
PROCEDURE
1
2
Open and close the door to activate Kitchen
Timer function.
DRAIN
The remaining water inside the steam generator can be
evaporated by using the DRAIN function. See page 10.
Enter the desired time by pressing
TIME (5.00).
x5
3
In F4: Demo Mode
In F5: Child Lock
DESCALE
See page 10.
Press INFO/KITCHEN TIMER
once.
x1
WATER HARDNESS
Your oven is set at the factory to water hardness setting
3 (Very hard). You can set the oven for the water
hardness level.
You can use a test strip available at some chemists, to
check the water hardness level.
In some areas, it is possible to ask the water supply
company for the water hardness.
When you use test strips, follow the instructions of
them.
Auto Minute
Auto minute allows you to operate the two following
functions:
a) Direct start
You can directly start cooking on 100% microwave
power for 1 minute by pressing START/AUTO
MINUTE.
Hardness level
NOTE:
To avoid the misuse by children AUTO MINUTE
can be used only within 3 minutes after preceding
operation, i.e., closing the door, pressing the STOP/
CLEAR key or cooking completion.
1
b) Extend the manual cooking time
3
2
You can extend the manual cooking time for multiples
of 1 minute if START/AUTO MINUTE is pressed
while the oven is in operation.
Hardness range
<120 ppm
<120 mg/l
<6.7 °dH
120 - 250 ppm
120 - 250 mg/l
6.7 - 14.0 °dH
>250 ppm
>250 mg/l
>14.0 °dH
Setting
Soft
Hard
Very hard
PROCEDURE
NOTE:
You can not use this function for Steam
cooking.
The cooking time can be extended up to 99 minutes.
1
Press INFO/KITCHEN TIMER 3 times (In F3).
2
Press WEIGHT until the desired hardness
level is displayed and press START/AUTO
MINUTE.
The water hardness setting will be held in the
memory even if the oven power is off.
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OTHER CONVENIENT FEATURES
Demonstration Mode
Child Lock
This feature is normally used in store to demonstrate
the product features.
To demonstrate, press INFO/KITCHEN TIMER
4 times (In F4). And then press START/AUTO
MINUTE. "dISP" will appear in the display. Cooking
operations can now be demonstrated with no power
in the oven. The display will count down to zero at ten
times the speed faster than normal.
To cancel, press press INFO/KITCHEN TIMER
4 times (In F4). And then press START/AUTO
MINUTE. The display will show "dISP OFF". Or
unplug the oven from the electrical outlet and re-plug
to cancel Demo Mode.
NOTES:
1. "dISP" will change to " . 0" when pressing STOP/
CLEAR.
2. If you set Demo Mode, Energy Save Mode will be
cancelled.
Child Lock prevents unwanted oven operation by small
children. The oven can be set so that the control panel is
deactivated and locked.
To set the Child Lock, press INFO/KITCHEN TIMER 5
times (In F5). And then press START/AUTO MINUTE.
"SAFE" will appear in the display. The control panel
is now locked, each time a key is pressed, the display
will show "SAFE".
To unlock the control panel, press INFO/KITCHEN
TIMER 5 times and START/AUTO MINUTE quickly.
The display will show "SAFE OFF" and the oven is
ready to use.
NOTES:
1. If you set Child Lock, Energy Save Mode will be
cancelled.
2. When the oven power is off, the setting returns to
OFF.
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CLEANING AND CARE
Oven interior
Key Point for Cleaning - Immediately and
frequently!
The food splashes and oily meat juice, remaining
on the oven interior walls will get stuck and hard
to remove if it is not cleaned immediately and after
each use. The usage of the steam function will assist
in this cleaning process. They will be also perishable
by the influence of steam.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION:
• After ever y use: Wipe the
oven walls with a soft cloth
and war m water (or mild
soapy water) while the oven
is still warm. Not cleaning the
oven will lead to a build up of
food deposits inside the cavity.
• Do not use caustic cleaners (acidic/alkaline), spray
type cleaners, abrasive or harsh cleaners or scouring
pads as it may damage the surface of oven walls.
CAUTION: DO NOT USE COMMERCIAL OVEN
CLEANERS, STEAM CLEANERS, ABRASIVE,
H A R S H C L E A N E R S , A N Y T H AT C O N TA I N
SODIUM HYDROXIDE OR SCOURING PADS
ON ANY PART OF YOUR MICROWAVE OVEN.
For removal of OIL AND FOOD SPLASHES on oven walls:
Before cleaning, make sure the oven cavity,
door, oven cabinet and accessories are
completely cool.
1. Fill the water tank with room temperature drinking
water to the MAX mark.
2. Operate the oven with Steam High for 10 minutes
without food. See page 15.
3. After the steaming, wipe the dirt in the oven interior
with a dry soft cloth while the oven is still warm.
Be aware that the grill heating element and steam
outlets may be still hot, so take care when wiping
the ceiling and cavity back plate. (The grill heating
element will turn on for a very short time before the
end of the operation.) And then, we recommend to
operate the oven with Grill for 3 minutes without
food and accessories for drying the water off
around grill heating element.
CLEAN THE OVEN AT REGULAR INTERVALS AND
REMOVE ANY FOOD DEPOSITS - Keep the oven
clean, if not there could be a deterioration of the
oven cavity. This could adversely affect the life of
the appliance and possibly result in a hazardous
situation.
Oven exterior
The outside of your oven can be cleaned easily with
mild soap and water. Make sure the soap is wiped off
with a moist cloth, and dry the exterior with a soft towel.
Steam Tray / Glass Tray / Rack
Oven controls
Open the door before cleaning to de-activate the oven
controls. Care should be taken when cleaning the
oven control. Using a cloth dampened with water only,
gently wipe the panel until it becomes clean. Avoid
using excessive amounts of water. Do not use any sort
of chemical or abrasive cleaner.
Wash the steam tray, glass tray and rack after cooking
with a mild soap or detergent solution, rinsing and
polishing dry. Do not use harsh cleaners, sharp metal
scrapers or stiff brushes to prevent damage to the easy
clean surface. All the accessories can be washed in
the dishwasher. Do not leave the steam tray and rack
wet.
Door
Water Tank and Water Tank Lid
To remove all trace of dirt, regularly clean both sides
of the door, the door seals and adjacent parts with a
soft, damp cloth. Do not use harsh abrasive cleaners
or sharp metal scrapers to clean the oven door glass
since they can scratch the surface, which may result in
shattering of the glass.
Drip Tray
After cooking, wash in a mild soap or detergent solution
with a soft damp cloth or sponge, rinse and polish dry.
Do not wash in the dishwasher. Do not use harsh
cleaners, sharp metal scrapers or stiff brushes on the
water tank and water tank lid.
Empty the drip tray after cooking, wash in a mild soap
or detergent solution with a soft damp cloth or sponge,
rinse, polish dry and replace below the oven front. Do
not wash in the dishwasher.
Door Seals
Always keep the door seals clean to prevent any
damage. If water condenses inside the door seals,
wipe dry with a soft cloth. Polish with another soft
cloth. Do not use a chemical or abrasive cleaner
on these surfaces. Care should be taken not to rub,
damage, pull or move the seals. Before cooking,
always check that door seals is lying smooth and flat.
If not, steam will leak from the door. Do not use the
oven if it has a damaged door seals. Consult your
dealer or an authorised SHARP service agent.
Descaling within the Oven’s Steam Parts
During steam production, scale may form in the steam
generator. To remove scale, carry out descale function
when "DESCALE" flashes on and off in the display.
See page 10 for complete instructions.
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TROUBLESHOOTING CHART
If EE is displayed or you think the oven is not working properly, check the chart below before consulting an
authorised SHARP Service Agent. This will help to prevent unnecessary service calls.
WARNING:
Never adjust, repair or modify the oven by yourself. It is hazardous for anyone other
than a qualified service technician trained by SHARP to carry out any service or repair
operation. This is important as it may involve the removal of covers that provide protection
against electrical parts.
• Repairs and Modifications: Do not attempt to operate the oven if it is not working properly.
• Outer cabinet: Never remove the outer cabinet to avoid the possibility of electric shock or burns.
Troubleshooting Chart
TECHNICAL ERROR MESSAGE / INFORMATION MESSAGE
MESSAGE ON DISPLAY
ACTION
TECHNICAL ERROR
MESSAGE
EE
Due to technical error, call your dealer or an authorised
SHARP Service Agent.
INFORMATION
MESSAGE
Err (when pressing START/
AUTO MINUTE)
The water in the internal steam system is frozen.
Operate the oven with Grill without food for 10 minutes.
See page 16.
Err (when pressing STEAM
HIGH or STEAM LOW)
The time you set is over the maximum time for Steam High
or Steam Low. Press STOP/CLEAR and re-programme.
Err, HOT (flashing)
The oven is too hot to use for Steam Defrost, Auto Defrost
Menus or Steam Low. Remove food from oven and allow to
cool until the message clears.
Err, WATER (flashing)
Remove water tank and fill with water to the MAX mark.
Replace and push firmly into place, then press STOP/
CLEAR to clear the error message.
Make sure that the water tank is filled to the MAX mark with
room temperature drinking water.
To continue the cooking, cook manually. Check the cooking
progress from time to time.
NOTES:
1. Ensure you do not use any other liquids like distilled
water, mineral water and etc.
2. When this error message appears again and again even
if you fill the water tank with water, the internal steam
system may be out of order. Call your dealer or an
authorised SHARP Service Agent. You can use the oven
for the cooking modes which do not use steam.
DESCALE (flashing)
Follow step-by-step instructions for descaling.
See page 10.
HOT (flashing)
The oven cabinet and oven cavity are very hot.
Pay extra attention not to burn yourself.
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The following situations are normal and are not signs that the oven is malfunctioning.
QUESTION / SITUATION
ANSWER
The display is black / blank.
* Open the door and close.
* Check the power plug is properly connected to a
suitable wall outlet.
* Check the wall socket and fuse are functioning properly.
* Disconnect the power cord, wait for a minute. Then
reconnect, open and close the door.
The display is fine but START/
AUTO MINUTE will not
function when pressed.
* Open the door and close. Is the oven light off? Press
START/AUTO MINUTE again.
* If the message "Err, HOT (flashing)" is displayed, wait
until the message has disappeared.
Electrical power supply is
interrupted during cooking.
The programmed cooking time and mode will be
cancelled.
Continue to cook with manual mode.
Energy save
mode
The display does not change to
blank.
In the following cases, Energy Save Mode
will be cancelled temporary:
- When the door is opening.
- Pause of the automatic cooking.
- When the cooking fan is working after cooking.
- Demonstration mode
- Child lock
- Extend mode
- Drain mode
- Descaling mode
- Kitchen timer mode
- When the display shows "Err, WATER (flashing)".
Water
Leakage water from the bottom
front of the oven.
* Check the drip tray is installed correctly. Remove and
replace the drip tray correctly.
See page 8.
* Did you empty the drip tray before the cooking? You
must empty the drip tray and replace it before Steam
Cooking will start. See page 8.
Control panel /
power supply
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The following situations are normal and are not signs that the oven is malfunctioning.
ANSWER
QUESTION / SITUATION
Steam
Noise / Sound
Water is found inside the oven
when the door is opened.
Steam has condensed inside the oven. Wipe dry with a
soft cloth or a sponge after cooling.
Steam comes out from the
bottom of the oven.
The air ventilation openings are at the oven bottom (left
side). It is normal for used steam to come from the air
ventilation openings. Be aware that hot steam comes out
during steam cooking, and keep children away from the
oven.
Condensed water can be seen
in the oven cavity.
This operation is normal.
Steam has condensed on the oven floor. Wipe dry with a
soft cloth or a sponge after cooling.
Steam comes from the door
during cooking.
Check the door sealings to make sure it is lying smoothly
and flat.
Noise during microwave
cooking.
When microwaving, you may hear the magnetron cycling
on and off depending on the power level.
Noise after cooking.
The cooling fan will operate until the oven is cool.
The fan may continue to operate up to 10 minutes
depending on the oven and parts temperatures.
Noise when cooking with high
temperature.
High temperatures may cause expansion of the oven's
components. This is normal.
Smoke / Aroma
When using the oven for the
See page 11 for step-by-step instructions for cleaning the
first time, it may smoke or smell. oven before the first use.
Cooking result
When cooking with steam the
results are not good.
Food spatters
It is difficult to remove food
See "For removal of OIL AND FOOD SPLASHES on oven
spatters stuck on the oven walls. walls:" on page 21.
It is important to clean the oven interior after every use.
Others
The time in the display is
counting down rapidly.
Check Demonstration Mode on page 20 and cancel.
Hot air comes out from the
bottom of the oven.
The air ventilation openings are at the oven bottom (left
side). This is normal. Be aware that hot air comes out
during combi cooking, and keep children away from the
oven.
* Did you fill the water tank with water to the MAX mark
before cooking?
* Did you move the water tank off from the oven during
the cooking? Do not remove the water tank during the
cooking except for the case instructed in the cookbook
or the operation manual.
*D i d y o u u s e t h e g l a s s t r a y ? S e e t h e i m p o r t a n t
instructions on page 8-9.
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SERVICE CALL CHECK
Please check the following before calling for service.
1. Power supply
Check the power plug is properly connected to a suitable wall outlet.
Check the line fuse/circuit breaker is functioning properly.
2. When the door is opened, does the oven lamp light?
Yes
3. Place a cup of water (approx. 150 ml) in the oven and close the door securely.
Programme the oven for one minute on 100% power and start the oven.
Does the oven lamp come on?
Yes
Does the ventilation work? (You will hear the fan sound.)
Yes
Does the Microwave indicator appear in the display?
Yes
After 1 minute does the signal sound?
Yes
Is the cup with water warm after the above operation?
Yes
4. Take the cup of water out of the oven and close the door.
Programme the grill for 5 minutes and start the oven.
Does the Grill indicator appear in the display?
Yes
After 5 minutes is the inside of the oven hot?
Yes
5. Fill the water tank with water and replace.
Operate the oven for 3 minutes on Steam High.
After the oven stops, is the inside of the oven filled with steam?
Yes
_______
No _______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
No
No
No
No
No
_______
_______
No _______
No _______
_______
No _______
_______
_______
_______
_______
_______
If “NO” is the answer to any of the above questions, call your dealer or an authorised SHARP Service Agent and
report the results of your check.
IMPORTANT: If the display shows nothing even if the power supply plug is properly connected, the energy save
mode may be in operation. Open and close the oven door to operate the oven. See 11.
NOTES:
1. If time in the display is counting down very rapidly, check Demonstration Mode. (Please see page 20 for the
detail.)
2. If you cook the food over the recommended time with only the same Cooking Mode Recommended time
cooking mode, the power of the oven will lower automatically to Microwave 100%
20 minutes
avoid overheating. (The microwave power level will be reduced or
Grill
10 minutes
the grill heating element will begin to turn on and off, though it is
Combi High
Grill - 10 minutes
hardly visible).
CALLING FOR SERVICE
• For general information and assistance with
oven queries, please contact our
Customer Information Centre:
U.K.: 0845 888 8112 (office hours)
Ireland: 01 676 0648 (office hours)
Website: www.sharp.co.uk/support
• Replacement accessories maym be obtained
from our main parts distributor:
Wizard Distributors
Telephone: 0161 428 3263
• If you are unable to resolve a problem using the
checks covered on the last few pages, do not
attempt to service this microwave oven
yourself.
• Contact the dealer or supplier from whom the oven
was purchased in order to obtain ser vice.
Where this is not possible, please contact
the SHARP Customer Information Centre.
Telephone: 0845 888 8112 (office hours).
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Points To Remember
• Please make reading the Operation Manual your very first step in working with your new oven. This important
booklet explains exactly how the oven works and what you need to know to operate it successfully.
• Use the information in the charts and recipes to help adapt your own favorite recipes or convenience foods for
preparation in the oven.
• The stated cooking times in the charts and recipes are guidelines and are based on standard conditions.
Cooking results will vary according to the conditions of food, utensils and the oven. Please check the cooking
result and if necessary, adjust cooking times accordingly.
• Prepare the food and use accessories as instructed.
• When placing food in the oven, turning, stirring or adding something to the food, please ensure the door does
not remain open long so as to avoid loss of heat.
• Please refer to Food and Utensil Position Chart on page 14 before setting food in the oven.
• Always distribute the ingredients evenly inside a piece of ovenware or steam tray to achieve even cooking
results.
• There is no need to fill the water tank for Microwave, Grill, Combi High or Combi Low cooking.
• If you would like to adapt your favorite 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 cookery book.
Cooking Techniques
- Determining Cooking Time with a Food
Thermometer Every drink and every food has a specific internal
temperature at the end of the cooking process, at which
the cooking process can be ended and the result is good.
You can determine the internal temperature with a food
thermometer. The most important temperatures are given
in the temperature table.
TABLES FOR SETTING THE
COOKING TIME WITH THE FOOD
THERMOMETER
Drinks/food
Internal
temperature
at the of minutes
Internal
temperature up
to 10 to 15 of
standing time
Heating drinks
(coffee, water,
tea, etc.)
65-75°C
Heating milk
60-65°C
Heating soups
75-80°C
Heating stews
75-80°C
Poultry
80-85°C
85-90°C
Rare cooked
70°C
70-75°C
Well cooked
75-80°C
80-85°C
Rare roast
50-55°C
55-60°C
Medium cooked
60-65°C
65-70°C
well done
75-80°C
80-85°C
80-85°C
80-85°C
Lamb
Beef
Pork, Veal
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About Utensils and Coverings
The chart below will help you decide what utensils and coverings should be used in each mode.
Utensils Coverings
Cooking
Mode
Aluminium Foil
Steam
Grill
YES
YES
Combi
Microwave
YES
YES
Small flat pieces of aluminum foil placed smoothly
on food can be used to shield areas from cooking or
defrosting too quickly. Keep foil at least 2 cm from walls
of oven.
Metal, Foil Containers
YES
YES
NO
NO
China, Ceramics,
YES
YES
YES
YES
Ovproof porcelain, pottery, glazed earthenware and
bone china are usually suitable. Do not use the container
if it has a flaw.
Heat-resistant Glassware
e.g. Pyrex®
Plastic/Polystyrene
heat-resistant temp.
over 140°C
Plastic Wrap
heat-resistant temp.
over 140°C
Paper Towels,
Paper Plates
Containers made of
synthetic material
YES
YES
In general, porcelain is suitable. Please be sure that your
porcelain does not contain any metal or gold or silver
plating. Check manufacturer's recommendation for being
microwave safe. Do not use the container if it has a flaw.
YES
YES
Care should be taken if using fine glassware as it can break or crack if heated
suddenly.
YES
NO
NO
YES
Use microwave-safe plastic
containers for reheating and
defrosting. Some microwavesafe plastics are not suitable
for cooking foods with
high sugar content. Follow
manufacturer's directions.
Care must be taken as
some containers warp,
melt or discolour at high
temperatures.
YES
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
YES
YES
Only use for warming or to
absorb moisture. Care must
be taken, as overheating
may cause fire. Do not use
recycled paper towels which
may contain metal filings.
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
They could melt at high temperature.
Baking paper
YES
NO
NO
Roasting Bags
NO
NO
NO
YES
Follow manufacturer’s
directions.
Silver Dishes and
Cooking Utensils or
Containers that might
rust inside the oven.
NO
NO
Rack
NO
YES
NO
NO
YES
NO
The metal rack supplied
have been specially
designed for Combi and will
not damage the oven.
Steam trays
YES
NO
NO
NO
Glass tray
YES
YES
YES
YES
Utensils should be checked to ensure that they are suitable for use in each cooking mode.
When heating food in plastic containers, pay special attention to the melting temperature of
the containers. Never heat the plastic containers at over their melting temperature. Keep an
eye on the oven due to the possibility of melting and ignition.
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ACCESSORIES There are many microwave or heat-resistant accessories available for purchase. Evaluate carefully before you purchase so that they meet your needs. A microwave-safe thermometer will assist you in determining
correct doneness and assure you that foods have been cooked to safe temperatures when using microwave-only
cooking. Sharp is not responsible for any damage to the oven when accessories are used.
For automatic cooking, use the recommended container in each cooking guide and recipes of the cookbook section.
Steam Cooking Advice
There are certain techniques for cooking with steam. It is essential that these techniques are followed to ensure good
results. Many of them are similar to those used in conventional cooking so you may be used to doing them already.
Please follow the advise given below for all cooking options which use STEAM MENUS, STEAM HIGH and STEAM
LOW.
NOTE:
• Always attend the oven when in use.
• Ensure that the utensils are suitable for STEAM cooking mode. (See About Utensils and Coverings page 27)
• Ventilate the room to allow the steam to dissipate.
• After cooking and the oven has cooled, remove and empty the water tank, wipe oven cavity with a soft cloth or sponge. Wait a few minutes, then empty the drip tray.
- Special Advice for STEAM Cooking Techniques
Container
Ensure food is arranged evenly. Food which has little or no space between
will take longer to cook, please ensure food is positioned with enough space
between items to allow the steam to circulate around it. For the container, a
shallow dish is suitable. It is not recommended to use dense dishes, because
of the thickness of such dishes, recommended cooking times will have to be
extended.
Covering
Covering is not necessary in most cases. If a cover is required, aluminium foil
is recommended to keep food becoming wet from the condensed water in the
oven cavity. Covered food will take longer to cook.
Door
For accurate cooking times, keep the door closed.
Stir
Sometimes soup or casserole reheated in a casserole without covering looks
watery after cooking. Appearance will be better by stirring well.
Stand
Standing time is recommended after cooking so it enables the heat to disperse
equally throughout the food. Do not allow to stand for a long time; food may
be overcooked or wet by the residual steam.
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- Advice for STEAM Food characteristics
Density
Food density will affect the amount of cooking time needed. Cut the food into
thinner parts if possible, and arrange in single layer.
Quantity
The cooking time must be increased as the amount of food cooked in the
oven increases.
Size
Small foods and small pieces cook faster than large ones, as heat 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,
may take longer to cook in the thicker parts. Check these parts are cooked
thoroughly before serving.
Temperature of food
The initial temperature of food affects the amount of cooking time needed.
Chilled foods will take longer to cook than foods at room temperature. The
temperature of the container is not the actual temperature of the food or drink.
Seasoning & flavouring
Seasoning or flavouring are best added after cooking. If added as marinades
or rubs, their taste may become light when cooking with steam. Add
seasoning or flavouring again after cooking if necessary.
NOTE:
• Ensure the food is thoroughly cooked / reheated before serving.
• Cooking time will be affected by the shape, depth, quantity and temperature of food together with the size,
shape and material of the container.
Face & Hands: Always use thick oven gloves to remove food or cookware from the oven.
Be careful when opening the oven door to allow steam to dissipate. Do not remove the food
from the oven with your bare hand.
Check the temperature of food and drink and stir before serving. Take special care when
serving to babies, children or the elderly.
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Microwave Cooking Advice
- Special Notes and Warning for MICROWAVE -
DO
DON’T
Eggs, fruits,
nuts, seeds,
vegetables,
sausages and
oysters
* Puncture egg yolks and whites and oysters before cooking to prevent "explosion".
* Pierce skins of potatoes, apples, squash,
hot dogs, sausages and oysters so that
steam escapes.
* Cook eggs in shells. This prevents
"explosion", which may damage the
oven or injure yourself.
* Cook hard/soft boiled eggs.
* Overcook oysters.
* Dry nuts or seeds in shells.
Popcorn
* Use specially bagged popcorn for the
microwave oven.
* Listen while popping corn for the popping to slow to 1-2 seconds.
* Pop popcorn in regular brown bags or
microwave safe glass bowls.
* Exceed maximum time on popcorn
package.
Baby food
* Transfer baby food to a small dish and
heat carefully, stirring often. Check for
suitable temperature to prevent burns.
* Remove the screw cap and nipple before warming baby bottles. After warming shake thoroughly. Check for suitable
temperature.
* Heat disposable bottles.
* Overheat baby bottles.
Only heat until warm.
* Heat bottles with nipples on.
* Heat baby food in original jars.
General
* Food with filling should be cut after heating, to release steam and avoid burns.
* Use a deep bowl when cooking liquids
or cereals to prevent boiling over.
* Small portions will be done faster than
larger ones. A basic rule is: DOUBLE
THE AMOUNT = ALMOST DOUBLE THE
TIME, HALF THE AMOUNT = HALF THE
TIME
* Heat or cook in closed glass jars or
airtight containers.
* Deep fat fry.
* Heat or dry wood, herbs, wet papers,
clothes or flowers.
Liquids
(Beverages)
* For boiling or cooking liquids see
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
on page 3 to prevent explosion and
delayed eruptive boiling.
* Heat for longer than recommended time.
Canned foods
* Remove food from can.
* Heat or cook food in cans.
Sausage rolls,
Pies, Christmas
pudding
* Cook for the recommended time. (These
foods have high sugar and/or fat contents.)
* Overcook as they may catch fire.
Meats
* Use a microwave proof roasting rack or
plate to collect drained juices.
* Place meat directly on the ceramic oven
floor for cooking.
Utensils
* Check the utensils are suitable for
MICROWAVE cooking before you use
them.
* Use metal utensils for MICROWAVE
cooking. Metal reflects microwave
energy and may cause an electrical
discharge known as arcing.
Aluminium foil
* Use to shield food to prevent over cooking.
* Watch for sparking. Reduce foil or keep
clear of cavity walls.
* Use too much.
* Shield food close to cavity walls.
Sparking can damage the oven.
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COOKBOOK
- Advice for MICROWAVE Cooking Techniques
Arrange food carefully
Place the thickest areas toward outside of dish.
Watch cooking time
Cook for the shortest amount of time indicated and add more time as needed.
Food severely overcooked can smoke or ignite.
Cover foods before
cooking
Check recipe for suggestions: paper towels, microwave plastic wrap or a lid.
Covers prevent spattering and help foods to cook evenly. (Helps keep oven
clean)
Shield foods
Use small pieces of aluminium foil to cover thin areas of meat or poultry in
order to avoid overcooking.
Stir foods
From outside to centre of dish once or twice during cooking, if possible.
Turn foods
Foods such as chicken, hamburgers or steaks should be turned over once
during cooking.
Rearrange foods
Like meatballs halfway through cooking both from top to bottom and from the
centre of the dish to the outside.
Allow standing time
After cooking ensure adequate standing time. Remove food from oven and stir
if possible. Cover during standing time can allow the food to finish cooking
completely.
Check for doneness
Look for signs indicating that cooking temperature has been reached.
Doneness signs include:
– Steam emits throughout the food, not just at edge;
– Joints of poultry can be torn apart easily;
– Pork and poultry show no pinkness;
– Fish is opaque and flakes easily with a fork.
Condensation
A normal part of microwave cooking. The humidity and moisture in food will
influence the amount of moisture in the oven. Generally, covered foods will not
cause as much condensation as uncovered foods. Ensure that the ventilation
openings are not blocked.
Microwave safe plastic
wrap
For cooking food with high fat content, do not bring the wrap in contact with
the food as it may melt.
Microwave safe plastic
cookware
Some microwave safe plastic cookware are not suitable for cooking foods
with high fat and sugar content.
Cake/Meatloaf
For cooking cake or meatloaf, place the container on the glass tray in lower
position (position 2).
- Advice for defrosting Defrosting Techniques
Arrange
Arrange food in a single even layer on the shallow dish. This will ensure that
all parts of the food defrosts evenly.
Separate
Foods may be stuck together when removed from the freezer. It is important to
separate foods as soon as possible during defrosting.
e.g. steaks, chops
Stand
Standing time is necessary to ensure food is thoroughly defrosted. Food must
stand, covered, for a length of time to ensure the centre has completely
defrosted.
NOTE:
• Remove all packing and wrapping before defrosting.
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Steam Menus Guide
- Ensure the water tank is filled with room temperature drinking water to the MAX mark and is installed correctly.
Rice/Pasta/Egg
Menu
number
St11
Menu name
Weight range
(Increasing unit)
0.1 - 0.2 kg (100g)
White rice
(Long grain)
(initial temp 20°C)
X1
St12
X2
St13
X4
Rice
100 g
200 g
Water
150 ml
300 ml
2
• Place rice in a flat, round dish (23cm diameter)
and cover with water.
• Place the dish on the steam tray in the glass tray.
• After cooking, stir well and drain off any
remaining water.
0.1 - 0.2 kg (100g)
Pasta
(initial temp 20°C)
(e.g. Fussili,
Farfalle, Rigatoni)
Pasta
100 g
200 g
2
Water
300 ml
600 ml
• Place pasta in a flat, round dish (23cm
diameter) and cover with water.
• Place the dish on the steam tray in the glass
tray.
• After cooking, stir well and drain off the water.
Crème
Caramel
(initial temp 20°C)
• Prepare the crème caramel referring to page
35. Place the ramekin dishes into the steam tray
in upper position (position 3) whereas the glass
tray is insert in lower position (position 2). After
cooking allow to cool before serving.
2&3
Piquant Flan
(initial temp 20°C)
• Prepare the flan referring to page 35. Place
the ramekin dishes into the steam tray in upper
position (position 3) whereas the glass tray is
insert in lower position (position 2).
2&3
X3
St14
Food/Tray*
Position
Procedure
Vegetable Flan,
Cheese and Leek
Flan
* On glass tray there is no food.
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Steam Menus Guide
Vegetable 1 layer
Menu
number
St21
X1
St22
X2
St23
X3
St24
X4
St25
X5
Menu name
Weight range
(Increasing unit)
Food
Position
Procedure
Fresh Vegetable 1 0.2 - 0.8 kg (100g) • Prepare the vegetables and cut into similar
pieces, e.g. strips, florets, cubes or slices except
(initial temp 20°C)
for asparagus and small mushrooms. Distribute
Soft Vegetables: Courgette, Pepper,
the vegetables evenly into the steam tray on the
Broccoli, Mushrooms, Asparagus
glass tray.
2
Fresh Vegetable 2 0.2 - 0.8 kg (100g) • Prepare the vegetables and cut into similar
pieces, e.g. strips, florets, cubes or slices.
(initial temp 20°C)
Distribute the vegetables evenly into the steam
Hard Vegetables: Carrots, Cauliflower,
tray on the glass tray.
Beans, Brussels Sprouts
2
Frozen Vegetable 0.2 - 0.8 kg (100g) • Place frozen vegetables in the steam tray on the
glass tray.
(initial temp -18°C)
2
Mixed Vegetables, Brussels Sprouts,
Broccoli, Peas
Boiled Potato 0.2 - 0.8 kg (100g) • Peel the potatoes and cut into similar pieces of
approx. 25g. Place the potatoes into the steam
(initial temp 20°C)
tray on the glass tray. After cooking, allow to
stand for approx. 2 minutes before serving.
2
0.2 - 0.8 kg (100g) • Please use potatoes with a similar size of
Small Jacket
approx. 50g. Place the potatoes into the steam
Potato
tray on the glass tray. After cooking, allow to
(initial temp 20°C)
stand for approx. 2 minutes before serving.
2
Fish/Chicken
Menu
number
St31
X1
St32
X2
Menu name
Weight range
(Increasing unit)
Food
Position
Procedure
0.2 - 0.8 kg (100g) • If desired, sprinkle the fish with lemon juice and
Fish Fillet
pepper. Place the fish fillets into the steam tray
(initial temp 5°C)
on the glass tray. After cooking serve.
• When the fish fillet is thick, extend the cooking
time if necessary.
2
0.2 - 0.8 kg (100g) • Season the chicken fillets with salt, pepper and
Chicken Fillet
paprika or curry powder. Place the chicken fillets into
(initial temp 5°C)
the steam tray on the glass tray. After cooking serve.
2
Balanced Menu
Menu
number
St41
X1
St42
X2
Menu name
Weight range
(Increasing unit)
1 - 4 serves
Fish Dishes
(initial temp 20°C) (1 serve)
Salmon fillets with broccoli florets Creamy
fish fillet with a vegetable mix and
couscous
Chicken Dishes 1 - 4 serves
(initial temp 20°C) (1 serve)
Chicken breast with potato wedges and a
vegetable medley, Basil Chicken kebabs
with sun dried tomato rice
Procedure
Food
Position
• Prepare the fish dishes referring to page 36.
For the creamy fish fillet with vegetable mix and
couscous, press the MORE key.
2&3
• Prepare chicken dishes refering to page 37. For
the basil chicken kebabs with sun-dried tomato
rice, press LESS key.
2&3
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Steam Menus Guide
Vegetable 2 layers (Vegetable + Potato)
Menu
number
St51
X1
St52
X2
Menu name
Weight range
(Increasing unit)
Food
Position
Procedure
0.4 - 1.2 kg* (100g) • Peel the potatoes and cut into similar pieces of Potato: 2
Vegetable 1
Vegetable: 3
approx. 25g.
+ Potato
• Prepare the vegetables and cut into similar
(initial temp 20°C) * Total weight of
vegetables and
pieces, e.g. strips, florets, cubes or slices expect
Soft Vegetables:
potatoes. Both are
for asparagus and small mushrooms.
Courgette, Pepper,
equal weight.
• Place the potatoes in the steam tray on the glass
Broccoli,
tray.
Mushrooms,
• Place the vegetables in the other steam tray.
Asparagus
• Place the glass tray with the potatoes on the
steam tray into the oven and start to cook.
• When the oven stops and the audible signals
sound, place the steam tray with the vegetables
into the oven and continue to cook.
0.4 - 1.2 kg* (100g) • Peel the potatoes and cut into similar pieces of Potato: 2
Vegetable 2
Vegetable: 3
approx. 25g.
+ Potato
• Prepare the vegetables and cut into similar
(initial temp 20°C) * Total weight of
vegetables and
pieces, e.g. strips, florets, cubes or slices.
Hard Vegetables:
potatoes. Both are • Place the potatoes in the steam tray on the glass
Carrots,
equal weight.
tray.
Cauliflower,
• Distribute the vegetables evenly in the other
Beans,
steam tray.
Brussels Sprouts
• Place the trays into the oven and start to cook.
Steam Defrost
Menu
number
Sd1
X1
Sd2
X2
Sd3
Menu name
Weight range
(Increasing unit)
Food
Position
Procedure
0.2 - 0.6 kg (100g) • Place the fish steak in a shallow dish.
Fish Steak
• When the oven stops and the audible signals
(initial temp -18°C)
sound, turn over.
• After defrosting remove any water and icy
glace and allow to stand for 5-10 minutes until
thoroughly defrosted.
1
0.2 - 0.6 kg (100g) • Place the fish steak in a shallow dish.
Fish Fillet
• When the oven stops and the audible signals
(initial temp -18°C)
sound, turn over.
• After defrosting remove any water and icy
glace and allow to stand for 5-10 minutes until
thoroughly defrosted.
1
1 package only
Frozen Sushi
(initial temp -18°C) (260g)
1
• Transfer sushi to a shallow dish.
• After defrosting, stand for 10 minutes.
X3
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RECIPES FOR RICE/PASTA/EGG
Crème Caramel (St13)
[ Utensils ]
4 Ramekin dishes
Steam tray
Glass tray
[ Ingredients ]
200 ml Milk
1/2
Vanilla pod
100 ml Pouring cream
2
Eggs
1
Egg yolk
30 g Sugar
Ingredients for the caramel
100 g Sugar
4 tbsp Cold Water
Serves 4
[Procedure]
1. Warm the milk and vanilla pod for 1 minute on 100% microwave power,
then add the cream.
2. Whisk the eggs and egg yolk with the sugar. Remove the vanilla pod from
the milk. Pour the milk into the eggs and mix well.
3. For the caramel, dissolve the sugar in the water, stirring continuously. Bring
to the boil without stirring until a goldyellow caramel forms.
4. Coat the base of each ramekin with the caramel. Allow to cool.
5. Fill each ramekin with the milk mixture.
6. Place the ramekins in the steam tray, and place the tray on upper position
(position 3) . Place the glass tray without food on lower position (position 2).
Cook on STEAM MENUS, RICE/PASTA/EGG, St13 "Crème Caramel".
7. After cooking, allow to cool before serving.
Piquant Flan (St14)
Vegetable flan
[Procedure]
[ Utensils ]
1. Place the vegetables in the steam tray on the glass tray in lower position
8 Ramekin dishes
(position 2) and pre-cook the vegetables for 20 minutes with STEAM HIGH.
(diameter approx. 8cm)
2. Remove from the oven and allow to cool.
Steam tray
3. Grease the ramekin dishes with the butter and sprinkle with the
Glass tray
breadcrumbs. Add some vegetables to each dish. Whisk the eggs and
[ Ingredients ]
crème fraîche with the seasoning, and pour over the vegetables.
150g Cauliflower, florets
4. Place the ramekin dishes in the steam tray and place the tray on upper
200g Frozen Peas
position (position 3). Place the glass tray without food on lower position
200g Carrots, sliced
(position 2). Cook on STEAM MENUS, RICE/PASTA/EGG, St14 "Piquant
Butter and fine breadcrumbs for the Flan".
ramekin dishes
5
Eggs
200g Crème fraîche
Salt, pepper, grated nutmeg
Serves 4
Cheese and leek flan
[ Utensils ]
[Procedure]
8 Ramekin dishes
1. Whisk together the eggs, milk, cream and cheese, mix in the leeks, and
season with salt, pepper and nutmeg.
(diameter approx. 8cm)
2. Grease the ramekin dishes with the butter and sprinkle with the
Steam tray
breadcrumbs. Spoon the cheese and leek mixture into the ramekin dishes.
Glass tray
3. Place the ramekin dishes in the steam tray and place the tray on upper
[ Ingredients ]
position (position 3). Place the glass tray without food on lower position
4
Eggs
(position 2). Cook on STEAM MENUS, RICE/PASTA/EGG, St14 "Piquant
125 ml Milk
Flan".
125ml Pouring cream
50g
Grated Emmental cheese
300g Leeks, cut into thin strips
Salt, pepper-grated nutmeg
Butter and fine breadcrumbs for the
ramekin dishes
Serves 4
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RECIPES FOR BALANCED MENUS (St-41 and St-42) OF STEAM MENUS
Salmon fillets with broccoli florets (St-41)
[Utensils] 2 Steam trays, glass tray
Ingredients
Deep-frozen salmon fillets
Lemon juice, pepper
Broccoli florets
1 portion
125 g (1 piece)
100 g
2 portions
3 portions
4 portions
250 g (2 pieces) 375 g (3 pieces) 500 g (4 pieces)
200g
300 g
400g
[Preparation]
1. Sprinkle the deep-frozen fish fillets with lemon juice and pepper and place into the steam tray on the glass tray.
Insert the trays in lower position (position 2).
2. Place the broccoli florets into second steam tray. Insert the steam tray in upper position (position 3) and cook
together on STEAM MENUS, BALANCED MENUS, St-41.
Creamy fish fillet with a vegetable mix and couscous (St-41 and pressing MORE
key)
[Utensils] 2 Steam trays
Pyrex quiche flan dish (27cm diameter), flat round Pyrex dish (22cm diameter) for 4 portions
(Please adjust the containers for the other portions)
Ingredients
Fish fillets (rose fish or cod fish), cubed
Lemon juice, salt, pepper
Leeks, sliced
Cherry tomatoes
Créme fraîche
Couscous
Cold vegetable stock
1 portion
125 g (1 piece)
50 g
50 g
25 g
62.5 g
125 ml
2 portions
3 portions
4 portions
250 g (2 pieces) 375 g (3 pieces) 500 g (4 pieces)
100 g
100 g
50 g
125 g
250 ml
150 g
150 g
75 g
187.5 g
375 ml
200 g
200 g
100 g
250 g
500 ml
[Preparation]
1. Put the fish into the quiche dish. Sprinkle the fish with lemon juice and season with salt and pepper. Add the
vegetables and mix well.
2. Place the quiche dish into the steam tray on the glass tray and insert in lower position (position 2).
3. Put the couscous into the flat round Pyrex dish. Pour the vegetable stock over the couscous. Place the dish in the
second steam tray in upper position (position 3) and cook together on STEAM MENUS, BALANCED MENUS,
St-41 by pressing the MORE
key.
4. Stir the couscous immediately after cooking and add the crème fraîche to the fish with vegetable mix. Season
to taste with salt and fresh ground pepper.
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Chicken breast with potato wedges and a vegetable medley (St-42)
[Utensils] 2 Steam trays, glass tray
Ingredients
Chicken breast fillets
Salt, pepper, paprika
Potatoes, peeled cut into wedges
Mushrooms, cut into half
Red pepper, sliced
Broccoli florets
Fresh parsley, chopped
1 portion
150 g
75
50
50
40
2 portions
300 g
g
g
g
g
150 g
100 g
100 g
80 g
3 portions
450 g
225
150
150
120
g
g
g
g
4 portions
600 g
300
200
200
160
g
g
g
g
[Preparation]
1. Coat the chicken fillets with the seasoning and place the chicken fillets into the steam tray. Place the steam tray
on the glass tray in lower position (position 2).
2. Place the potato wedges in single layer on the second steam tray. Mix the other vegetables together and place
in the remaining area of the steam tray. Place the steam tray in upper position (position 3) and cook together
on STEAM MENUS, BALANCED MENUS, St-42.
3. After cooking sprinkle the mixed vegetables with chopped parsley.
Basil chicken kebabs with sun-dried tomato rice (St-42 and pressing the LESS
key)
[Utensils] Wooden skewers
Flat round Pyrex dish (22cm diameter) for 4 portions (Please adjust the container for the other portions)
2 Steam trays, glass tray
Ingredients
Chicken breast, cut into cubes
Large fresh basil leaves
Olive oil, soy sauce, Tabasco,
pepper, paprika
Yellow pepper, cut into segments
Button mushrooms
10-minute wholegrain rice
Sun-dried tomatoes, chopped
Hot water
1 portion
100 g (4 cubes)
4
40 g
(4 segments)
3
50 g
15 g
75 ml
2 portions
3 portions
4 portions
200 g (8 cubes) 300 g (12 cubes) 400 g (16 cubes)
8
12
16
80 g
(8 segments)
6
100 g
30 g
150 ml
120 g
(12 segments)
9
150 g
45 g
225 ml
160 g
(16 segments)
12
200 g
60 g
300 ml
[Preparation]
1. Wrap each chicken cube with a basil leaf and thread the chicken and vegetables alternately onto the wooden
skewers.
2. Combine the oil with the spices and brush over the skewers. Marinade in the refrigerator for 1 hour. Place the
kebabs into a steam tray on the glass tray in lower position (position 2).
3. Place the wholegrain rice and sun-dried tomatoes into the flat round Pyrex dish.
4. Pour the hot water over the rice and mix well.
5. Place the dish directly into the steam tray and place it in upper position (position 3).
6. Cook together on STEAM MENUS, BALANCED MENUS, St-42 by pressing the LESS
key.
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Auto Grill Menus Guide
Menu
number
AG1
X1
AG2
X2
AG3
X3
AG4
X4
Menu name
Weight range
(Increasing unit)
Food
Position
Procedure
0.2 - 1.0 kg (100g) • Mix the ingredients and spread on chicken
Chicken Legs
legs.
(initial temp 5°C)
• Pierce the skin of the chicken legs.
Ingredients for 1 kg (5 pieces) chicken • Put the chicken legs on the rack in the glass tray
legs: 2 tbsp oil, 1/2 tsp salt, 1 tsp sweet
with the thin ends towards the centre.
paprika, pepper
• When the oven stops and the audible signals
sound, turn the food over.
• After cooking, let stand for approx. 3 minutes.
2
Grilled Chicken 0.9 - 2.0 kg (100g) • M i x t h e i n g r e d i e n t s a n d s p r e a d o n t h e
chicken.
(initial temp 5°C)
• Pierce the skin of the chicken with a fork.
Ingredients for 1,2 kg grilled chicken:
• Put chicken breast side down on the rack in the
Salt and Pepper, 1 tsp sweet paprika,
glass tray.
2 tbsp oil
• When the oven stops and the audible signals
sound, turn the chicken over.
• After cooking, leave for approx. 3 minutes in
the oven, remove and put on a plate for serving.
1
0.6 - 1.2* kg (100g) • See recipes for Fish Gratin on page 38-39.
Fish Gratin
(initial temp 5°C)
2
* Indications are the total weight of all
ingredients.
Grilled Skewer 0.2 - 0.8* kg (100g) • See recipes for Grilled Skewer on page 39.
(initial temp 5°C)
2
* Indications are the total weight of all
ingredients.
RECIPES FOR AUTO GRILL MENUS
AG3 Fish Gratin
Fish Gratin Italian Style
[ Ingredients ]
600 g Rose Fish Fillet
250 g Mozarella. approx
250 g Tomatoes
2 tbsp. Anchovy butter
Salt and pepper
1 tbsp Chopped basil
Lemon juice of 1/2 lemon
2 tbsp Chopped mixed herbs
75 g Grated Gouda (45% fat)
Sauce thickening powder
[Procedure]
1. Wash the Fish and dry. Sprinkle with lemon juice and salt and grease
with the anchovy butter.
2. Place in a round gratin dish (25 cm).
3. Sprinkle the gouda over the fish.
4. Wash the tomatoes and remove the stalks. Cut into slices and place on
top of the cheese.
5. Season with salt, pepper and the mixed herbs.
6. Drain the mozarella, cut into slices and place on the tomatoes. Spread
over the basil.
7. Place the gratin dish into the glass tray in lower position (position 2).
Press the AUTO GRILL MENUS key 3 times until AG3 appears in
the display and then enter the weight (1,2 kg). Press START/ AUTO
MINUTE key.
Hint: After cooking remove the fish from the gratin dish and stir in some
sauce thickening powder. Cook again on the oven floor (position 1) for
1-2 minutes on 100P microwave power.
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AG3 Fish Gratin
Creamy fish and vegetable gratin
[ Ingredients ]
[Procedure]
600 g Rose Fish Fillet
1. Wash the leeks and divide in 2 parts from top to bottom. Cut into thin
250 g Leeks
strips.
50 g Onion
2. Peel the onions and carrots and cut into thin strips.
100 g Carrot
3. Put the vegetables, butter and spices into a casserole dish and mix well.
1 tbsp. Butter
Cook on the oven floor (position 1) for 5-6 minutes on 100P microwave
Salt, pepper and nutmeg
power. Stir once in-between cooking.
2 tbsp. Lemon juice
4. In the meantime wash the fish fillet, dry and sprinkle with lemon juice
125 g Crème fraîche
and salt.
100 g Grated Gouda (45% fat)
5. Mix the Crème fraîche under the vegetables and season again.
6. Put half of the vegetables in a round gratin dish (25 cm). Place the fish on
top and cover with the remaining vegetables. Spread over the Gouda.
7. Place the gratin dish into the glass tray in lower position (position 2).
Press the AUTO GRILL MENUS key 3 times until AG3 appears in
the display and then enter the weight (1,2 kg). Press START/ AUTO
MINUTE key.
AG3 Fish Gratin
Fish gratin with broccoli
[ Ingredients ]
500 g Rose Fish Fillet
2 tbsp. Lemon juice
1 tbsp. Butter
2 tbsp Flour
300 ml Milk
Chopped dill, pepper and salt
250 g Frozen broccoli
100 g Grated Gouda (45% fat)
[Procedure]
1. Wash the fish fillet and dry. Sprinkle with lemon juice and salt.
2. Heat together butter and flour in a casserole dish without cover on the
oven floor (position 1) for 1-11/2 mins on 100P microwave power.
3. Add the milk and stir well. Cook again without cover on the oven floor
(position 1) for 3-4 minutes on 100P microwave power. After cooking stir
and season with dill, salt and pepper.
4. Defrost the broccoli in a casserole dish on the oven floor (position 1) for
4-6 mins on 100P microwave power. Once defrosted, place the broccoli
into a round gratin dish (25 cm) and put the fish on top and season.
5. Pour the sauce over and sprinkle over the cheese.
6. Place the gratin dish into the glass tray in lower position (position 2).
Press the AUTO GRILL MENUS key 3 times until AG3 appears in
the display and then enter the weight (1,1 kg). Press START/ AUTO
MINUTE key.
NOTE:
These indications are for 1,2 kg (1,1 kg). If you want to cook other weight, you have to adjust the ingredients.
AG4 Grilled Skewer
Pork kebabs
[ Utensils ]
Wooden skewers (about 25cm long)
[ Ingredients ]
400 g Pork cutlets
100 g Bacon
2
Onions (100 g), quartered
4
Tomatoes (250 g), quartered
1/2
Green peppers (100 g),
cut into eight segments
3 tbsps Oil
4 tsps Paprika
Salt
1 tsp Cayenne pepper
1 tsp Worcester sauce
[Method]
1. Cut the pork cutlets and bacon into 2-3 cm large dices.
2. Alternate meat and vegetables and place onto the four wooden sticks.
3. Mix the oil with the seasonings, and brush skewers. Place the skewers on
the rack in the glass tray in lower position (position 2). Press the AUTO
GRILL MENUS key 4 times until AG4 appears in the display and then
enter the weight (0,8kg) Press START/AUTO MINUTE. When the oven
stops and the audible signals sound, turn the skewers over.
4. After cooking, stand for about 2 minutes.
NOTE:
These indications are for 0.8 kg. If you want to cook other weight, you have to adjust the ingredients.
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Auto Defrost Menus Guide
Menu
number
dE1
X1
dE2
X2
dE3
X3
dE4
X4
Menu name
Weight range
(Increasing unit)
Procedure
0.2 - 1.0 kg (100g) • Place the food on a plate or flan dish on the centre of the
Steak/Chops
oven floor (position1).
(initial temp -18°C)
• When the oven stops and the audible signals sound,
turn the food over, rearrange and separate if possible. If
necessary shield thin parts and warm spots with aluminium
foil.
• After defrosting, wrap in aluminium foil for 10-20 minutes,
until thoroughly defrosted.
• See NOTES below.
0.2 - 1.0 kg (100g) • Place the block of minced meat on a plate or in a flan dish
Minced meat
on the centre of the oven floor (position 1).
(initial temp -18°C)
• When the oven stops and the audible signals sound, turn
the food over. Remove the defrosted parts if possible.
• After defrosting, cover with aluminium foil and stand for
5-10 minutes until thoroughly defrosted.
• See NOTES below.
0.9 - 2.0 kg (100g) • Place the poultry, breast side down into a flan dish or on a
Poultry
plate on the centre of the oven floor (position 1).
(initial temp -18°C)
• When the oven stops and the audible signals sound, turn
Only poultr y without giblets are
over and shield thin parts and warm spots with small
recommended for this programme
pieces of aluminium foil.
• When the audible signals sound again, turn over again.
• After defrosting rinse with cold water, cover with
aluminium foil and stand for 30-60 minutes until
thoroughly defrosted. Finally clean the poultry under
running water.
0.1 - 1.0 kg (100g) • Distribute the bread slices on a flat plate on the centre of
Bread
oven floor (position 1).
(initial temp -18°C)
• When the audible signals sound, turn over, rearrange
Only sliced bread is recommended for
and remove defrosted slices. After defrosting separate all
this programme
slices and distribute on a large plate. Cover the bread
with aluminium foil and let stand for 5-15 minutes until
thoroughly defrosted.
Foods not listed in the Guide can be defrosted manually using 30P power level setting.
NOTES:
1. Steaks and chops should be frozen in one layer.
2. Minced meat should be frozen in a thin shape.
3. If shielding is necessary for defrosted portions, use small, flat pieces of aluminium foil.
4. The poultry should be processed immediately after defrosting.
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TABLES
TABLE: HEATING DRINKS AND FOOD
Food/Drink
Quantity Setting
-g/ml-
Time
-Min-
Drinks, 1 cup
150
MICRO
100P
approx.1
One-plate meal Vegetables,
Meat and garnishes
400
MICRO
100P
4-6
Stew, Soup
200
MICRO
100P
1 - 21/2
Garnishes
200
MICRO
100P
approx.2
Method
Do not cover
Sprinkle sauce with water, cover,
stir occasionally
Cover, stir after heating
Sprinkle with some water, cover,
stir occasionally
200
MICRO
100P
2-3
Sausages, 2 pieces
180
MICRO
100P
approx.11/2
Baby food, 1 jar
190
MICRO
100P
1
/2 - 1
Remove the cover, stir well after
heating and check the temperature
50
MICRO
100P
1
/2 - 1
Cover
100
MICRO
50P
Meat,1 slice
1
Melt margarine or butter
1
Melt chocolate
Dissolve 6 sheets of gelatine
1
Power
-Level-
10
MICRO
50P
1
Sprinkle with some sauce, cover,
Prick the skin in several places
3-4
Stir occasionally
/2 - 1
Soak in water, squeeze well
and place in a soup bowl; stir
occasionally
from refrigerator temperature.
TABLE: DEFROSTING AND COOKING
Food
Quantity
-g-
Setting
Power
-Level-
Time
-Min-
Adding
Method
water -Tbps-
Standing time
-Min-
Fish fillet
300
MICRO
100P
6-8
-
Cover
1-2
Trout, 1 piece
250
MICRO
100P
6-8
-
Cover
1-2
-
Cover dish on plate, stir
after half of the time
2
One-plate meal
450
MICRO
100P
9 - 11
Vegetables
300
MICRO
100P
7-9
5 tbsp
Cover, stir after half of
the time
2
Vegetables
450
MICRO
100P
9 - 11
5 tbsp
Cover, stir after half of
the time
2
Herb bread,
2 items
COMBI
HIGH
10P
10P
6-8*
3-5
-
Place on the rack into
the glass tray in lower
position (position 2),
turn after (*).
2
350
TABLE: COOKING FRESH VEGETABLES
Food
Vegetables
(e.g. cauliflower,
leeks, fennel,
broccoli, paprika,
courgettes)
Quantity Setting Power
-g-Level-
Time Adding water Method
-Min-Tbps-
300
MICRO
100P
6-8
3-5
500
MICRO
100P
9 - 11
5
Prepare as usual,
cover and stir
occasionally
Standing time
-Min2
2
Potatoes require 1-3 minutes longer cooking time.
NOTE:
Place the container with the food always on the oven floor (position 1) for heating, defrosting and cooking, unless
otherwise instructed.
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TABLES
TABLE: DEFROSTING WITH THE MICROWAVE
Food
Quantity
-g-
Setting
Power
-Level-
Time
-Min-
Sausage
300
MICRO
30P
4-5
Piece of fish
700
MICRO
30P
Prawns
Bread rolls, 2 items
Bread, loaf
Cake, 1 item
Standing
time
-Min-
Lay beside each other, turn after half
of the defrosting time.
5 - 10
9 - 12
Turn after half of the defrosting time
30 - 60
5-7
Turn after half of the defrosting time
and take out defrosted sections
5
300
MICRO
30P
80
MICRO
30P
1000
MICRO
30P
9 - 11
150
MICRO
30P
1-3
Complete tart, Ø 24cm
Method
approx.1 Only lightly defrost
Turn after half of the defrosting time
20
5
MICRO
30P
8-9
After defrosting, cut the cake into
similar sized pieces keeping space
between each piece and let stand
until evenly defrosted.
Butter
250
MICRO
30P
2 1/2
Only lightly defrost
Fruit such as
strawberries,
raspberries,
cherries, plums
250
MICRO
30P
2-4
Lay them evenly beside each other,
turn after half of the defrosting time
30 - 60
15
5
NOTE:
To defrost chops, steaks, minced meat, chicken legs, poultry and sliced bread, please use the automatic
programme for AUTO DEFROST MENUS: dE1 - dE4.
During recommended standing time, wrap or cover food in foil.
Place the container with the food always on the oven floor (position 1) for defrosting.
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TABLES
TABLE: COOKING, GRILLING AND BROWNING
Food
Roasts
(Pork, Veal,
Lamb)
Quantity
-g-
Setting
Power
-Level-
500
MICRO
COMBI HIGH
MICRO
COMBI HIGH
MICRO
COMBI HIGH
MICRO
COMBI HIGH
MICRO
COMBI HIGH
MICRO
COMBI HIGH
100P
30P
70P
30P
100P
30P
70P
30P
100P
30P
70P
30P
MICRO
COMBI HIGH
MICRO
COMBI HIGH
MICRO
COMBI HIGH
MICRO
COMBI HIGH
MICRO
COMBI HIGH
1000
1500
Roast beef
(medium)
1000
1500
Meatloaf
1000
Time
-Min-
Method
5-7
6 - 8*
4-6
6-8
9 - 12
8 - 10*
8 - 10
7-9
19 - 22
11 - 13*
14 - 16
7-9
Season to taste, place onto the rack
in the glass tray and place the tray
on the oven floor (position 1). Turn
over after (*).
5 - 10
70P
30P
70P
30P
70P
30P
70P
30P
10 - 12
9 - 10*
7-9
7-9
11 - 13
8 - 9*
11 - 13
6-8
Season to taste, place onto the rack
in the glass tray and place the tray
on the oven floor (position 1). Turn
over after (*).
10
50P
50P
23 - 25
9 - 11
Prepare minced meat mixture (half
pork/half beef). Place the food into
a flat oval oven proof dish into the
glass tray on the lower position
(position 2).
10
400
GRILL
GRILL
11 - 13* Place onto the rack in the glass tray,
10 - 14 and place the tray on the upper
position (position 3). Turn over after
(*), season after grilling.
Browning gratin
1000
GRILL
14 - 18
Hawaiian toast
4
pieces
COMBI HIGH
Steaks
2 medium pieces
Standing
time
-Min-
10P
Sprinkle 100 g cheddar or 100g
gouda on top. Place the oven proof
dish into the glass tray and place the
tray in lower position (position 2).
7 - 10 Toast the bread, spread butter
on the toast and top each with a
slice cooked ham, pineapple and
processed cheese. Pierce in the
middle and place the Hawaiin toast
onto the rack in the glass tray in
lower position (position 2).
2
10
1
NOTE:
To grill chicken legs or chicken, please use the AUTO GRILL MENUS: AG1 - AG2.
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TABLES
TABLE: COOKING WITH STEAM HIGH
Use glass tray and steam tray. Steam in position 2.
Food
Quantity
Starting
Temp.
Cooking
method
Cauliflower,
whole
approx.
900g
20°C
STEAM
HIGH
Corn on the
cob
4 pieces
(800g)
20°C
STEAM
HIGH
Cooking
time
-Minapprox.
35
Instructions
Food
Place the cauliflower into the steam tray on
the glass tray.
2
15 - 18
Place the food into the steam tray on the
glass tray.
2
20°C
STEAM
HIGH
approx.
25
Use a flat, round dish (22cm diameter) for
cooking. Cover the rice with 300ml tap
water and place the dish into the steam tray
on the glass tray. After cooking, stir well and
drain off any remain water.
2
20°C
STEAM
HIGH
approx.
30
Use a flat, round dish (22cm diameter) for
cooking. Cover the rice with 300ml tap
water and place the dish into the steam tray
on the glass tray. After cooking, stir well and
drain off any remain water.
2
200g
20°C
STEAM
HIGH
approx.
35
Use a flat, round dish (22cm diameter) for
cooking. Cover the rice with 300ml tap
water and place the dish into the steam tray
on the glass tray. After cooking, stir well and
drain off the water.
2
1 pieces
(250g)
5°C
STEAM
HIGH
approx.
16
Place the food into the steam tray on the
glass tray.
2
500g
20°C
STEAM
HIGH
8 - 10
Place the prepared vegetables (cleaned,
washed, chopped, etc.) into the steam tray
on the glass tray. Once blanched, plunge
the vegetables into ice water.
2
4 pieces
(each
80-100g)
20°C
STEAM
HIGH
7-9
Cut the tomatoes crosswise on top and place
them into the steam tray on the glass tray. After
cooking place in cold water, then peel off the
skin.
2
Cooking
apple, slices
500g
20°C
STEAM
HIGH
17 - 20
Place the apple slice into the steam tray on the
glass tray.
2
Mediumcooked eggs
(size M)
4 pieces
5°C
STEAM
HIGH
13 - 14
Place the eggs into the steam tray on the glass
tray. After cooking plunge them in cold water.
2
Hard-cooked
eggs (size M)
4 pieces
5°C
STEAM
HIGH
15 - 17
Place the eggs into the steam tray on the glass
tray. After cooking plunge them in cold water.
2
Reheat ready
meal, dinner
plate (meat
and one
vegetables)
300g
20°C
STEAM
HIGH
18 - 20
Pierce the lid of the convenience food several
times with a fork and place the meal into the
steam tray on the glass tray and reheat the
meal.
2
White rice
(Basmati)
Par-boiled
rice
Brown rice
(Long grain)
Trout
Blanching
vegetables
To skin
tomatoes
200g
200g
NOTE:
To cook white rice (long grain), pasta, fresh vegetables, fish fillet, chicken fillet and vegetables + potatoes, please
use the STEAM MENUS.
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TABLES
TABLE: COOKING WITH STEAM LOW
This setting uses a low temperature from 70°C – 95°C in 5°C increments to cook delicate items like terrines, flans,
fresh seafood, desserts to perfection. This programme is ideal for slow cooking meat after briefly sear the meat
in a hot pan on a hob and where a very tender result is wanted. In the below chart you will find some examples.
Use the glass tray in position 2 and the steam tray in position 3.
Food
Quantity Cooking
method
Temperature
setting
Entrcôte,
medium
2 pieces
(each
350g)
STEAM
LOW
85°C
Cooking
time
-Min30 - 35
Instructions
Duck
breast,
medium
2 pieces
(each
350g)
STEAM
LOW
85°C
30 - 35
Score the fat of the duck with a sharp knife
in a crisscross pattern. Rub the duck breast
with salt. Then briefly sear the duck breast
from each side for 1- 2 minutes in a hot
pan on a hob. Transfer the duck breast
immediately into the steam tray in position
3 whereas the glass tray is insert in position 2.
5 - 10
Pork
medaillons
8 pieces/
540g
(each
70g)
STEAM
LOW
85°C
30 - 35
Briefly sear the meat from each side for 1-2
minutes in a hot pan on a hob and then
transfer the meat immediately into the steam
tray in position 3 whereas the glass tray is
insert in position 2.
-
Briefly sear the meat from each side for 1-2
minutes in a hot pan on a hob and then
transfer the meat immediately into the steam
tray in position 3 whereas the glass tray is
insert in position 2.
Standing
time
-Min-
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RECIPES
Using the Recipes
• All recipes in this cookbook are intended for 4 portions, unless stated otherwise.
• Recommendations for suitable cooking utensils and total cooking time are given at the beginning of each recipe.
Total cooking time of each recipe is for the ingredients in the recipes. When you cook with another amount,
adjust the cooking time. Usually the recipe will result in ready-to-eat amounts of food, unless another amount is
specifically noted.
• The eggs used in the recipes weigh around 55g (Medium).
• Butter and margarine are interchangeable.
Convension Charts
WEIGHT MEASURES
1/2oz
15g
25g
1oz
50g
2oz
100g
4oz
175g
6oz
225g
8oz
450g
1lb
VOLUME MEASURES
30ml
1floz
100ml
3floz
150ml
5floz (1/4 pint)
300ml
10floz (1/2 pint)
600ml
20floz (1 pint)
SPOON MEASURES
1/4 teaspoon
1/2 teaspoon
1.25ml
2.5ml
5ml
15ml
1 teaspoon
1 tablespoon
Soups and Starters
CREAM OF AVOCADO SOUP
Spain : Sopa de aguacates
Total cooking time: approx. 9 - 11 minutes
Utensils: Bowl with lid (2 Iitre capacity)
Procedure
1. Peel the soft, ripe avocados, remove stone, cut into
small pieces and puree with a mixer or a mixing
attachment on a hand mixer. Reserve two thin slivers
per portion for decoration and sprinkle with lemon
juice.
2. Put the meat stock, avocados and the cream in a dish,
season with salt and pepper, and cook. Stir once
during cooking.
9 - 11 min. MICRO 100P
3. Mix soup until creamy and decorate with the
remaining avocado slivers. Allow to stand for 5
minutes after cooking.
Ingredients
3
Avocados (600 g of flesh)
A little lemon juice
700 ml Meat stock
70 ml Cream
Salt
Pepper
Soup insert
SOUP THICKENER with EGG
for one litre of soup
Total cooking time: approx. 20 minutes
Utensils: 2 cups (150 ml capacity)
Procedure
1. Grease the cups. Whisk all ingredients together and
pour into the cups.
2. Place the cups into the steam tray in upper position
(position 3) whereas the glass tray is insert in lower
position (position 2) and cook.
20 min. STEAM LOW 90°C
Allow to stand for about 5 minutes without opening
the door.
3. Turn the cooked egg out of the cups and cut into
cubes. Add to the soup.
Ingredients
2
Eggs
125 ml Milk
1 pinch Salt
1 pinch Nutmeg
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RECIPES
BARLEY SOUP
Switzerland : Bündner Gerstensuppe
Total cooking time: approx. 26 - 33 minutes
Utensils: Bowl with lid (2 Iitre capacity)
Procedure
1. Put the butter and diced onion in the dish and cover
with the lid. Place it on the centre of the oven floor
(position 1) and cook.
approx. 1 - 2 min. MICRO 100P
2. Add the vegetables to the dish. Then add the bones,
the strips of bacon and the barley and fill with the
meat stock. Season with pepper and cook with the lid
on.
1. 9 - 11 min. MICRO 100P
2. 16 - 20 min. MICRO 50P
3. Chop the sausages into small pieces and heat them
for 5 minutes in the dish.
4. After cooking, let the soup stand for 5 minutes. Take
the bones out of the soup before serving.
Ingredients
2 tbsp Butter or margarine (20 g)
1
Onion (50 g), finely chopped
1-2
Carrots (130 g), sliced
15 g
Celery, diced
1
Leek (130 g), in rings
3
White cabbage leaves (100 g) in strips
200 g Veal bones
50 g
Streaky bacon, in strips
50 g
Barley grains
700 ml Meat stock
Pepper
4
Wiener sausages (300 g)
MUSHROOM SOUP
Netherlands : Champignonsoep
Total cooking time: approx. 10 - 13 minutes
Utensils: Bowl with lid (2 litre capacity)
Procedure
1. Place the vegetables and meat stock into the dish.
Cover the dish, place it on the centre of the oven floor
(position 1) and cook.
7 - 9 min. MICRO 100P
2. Blend all ingredients with a mixer. Add the cream.
3. Knead the flour and butter into dough and mix into
the mushroom soup until smooth. Season with salt and
pepper, cover and continue to cook.
3 - 4 min. MICRO 100P
4. After cooking stir in crème fraîche, if desired.
Ingredients
200 g Mushrooms, sliced
1
Onion (50 g), finely chopped
300 ml Meat stock
300 ml Cream
2 /2 tbsp Plain flour (25 g)
2 /2 tbsp Butter or margarine (25 g)
Salt and pepper
150 g Crème fraiche
1
1
CAMEMBERT TOAST
Germany : Camemberttoast
Total cooking time: approx. 11/2 - 21/2 minutes
Utensils: Flat dish
Procedure
1. Toast the bread and spread with butter.
2. Cut the Camembert into slices and arrange on
top of the toast. Put the Cranberry jelly in the
middle of the cheese and sprinkle with Cayenne
pepper.
3. Place the toast on a plate. Place the plate on the centre
of the oven floor (position 1) and heat.
approx. 11/2 - 21/2 min. MICRO 100P
Ingredients
4
Slices of bread for toasting (80 g)
2 tbsp Butter or margarine (20 g)
150 g Camembert
4 tsp
Cranberry jelly (40 g)
Cayenne pepper
Tip: You can vary this recipe according to your
taste. For example, you can use fresh mushrooms
and grated cheese or cooked ham, asparagus
and Emmental cheese.
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RECIPES
Meat, Fish and Poultry
FRESH TUNA WITH VEGETABLES
France : Thon frais braisé aux tomates et aux poivrons
Total cooking time: approx. 15 - 17 minutes
Utensils: Shallow oval gratin dish with lid
(approx. 26 cm diameter)
Procedure
1. Wash the tuna, pat dry and sprinkle with lemon juice.
Allow the fish to stand for approximately 15 minutes,
then pat dry again and add salt.
2. Spread oil on the bottom of the dish and lay the tuna
in it. Arrange the vegetables on top of the fish. Add
the white wine, the clove of garlic and the bouquet
garni and season. Cover the dish, place the dish on
the centre of the oven floor (position 1) and cook.
15 - 17 min. MICRO 70P
Allow the fish to stand for approximately 2 minutes
after cooking. Remove the bouquet garni and the
clove of garlic before serving.
Tip: A bouquet garni is made of: a sprig of parsley,
a bunch of herbs and vegetables for making soup ,
lovage, thyme and a few bay leaves.
Ingredients
500 g Fresh tuna, in slices
2 tbsp Lemon juice
Salt
1 tsp
Vegetable oil to grease the dish
1/2
Green pepper (125 g), cut into strips
2
Onions (125 g), finely chopped
1
Carrot (50 g), sliced
1-2
Tomatoes (125 g), diced
40 ml White wine
1
Clove of garlic
Bouquet garni
Salt and pepper
MUSHROOM WITH ROSEMARY
Spain : Champinones rellenos al romero
Total cooking time: approx. 13 - 19 minutes
Utensils: Bowl with lid (1 Iitre capacity)
Shallow round dish
(approx. 22 cm diameter)
Procedure
1. Remove the stalks from the mushrooms and chop the
stalks into small pieces.
2. Spread the butter on the bottom of the dish. Add the
onions, the diced bacon and the mushroom stalks.
Season with pepper and rosemary, cover and cook
on the centre of the oven floor (position 1).
3 - 5 min. MICRO 100P
Leave to cool.
3. Heat 100 ml of the wine and cream in the other dish with its lid
on. Place the dish on the centre of the oven floor (position 1).
1 - 3 min. MICRO 100P
4. Mix the remaining wine with the flour, stir into the
hot liquid and cook with the lid on. Stir once during
cooking.
approx. 1 min. MICRO 100P
5. Fill the mushrooms with the bacon mixture and place
in the sauce. Place the dish into the glass tray in lower
position (position 2) and cook.
8 - 10 min. COMBI HIGH 50P
Allow the mushrooms to stand for approximately
2 minutes once cooked.
Ingredients
8
Large mushrooms (approx. 300 g), whole
2 tbsp Butter or margarine (20 g)
1
Onion (50 g), finely chopped
50 g
Bacon, finely diced
Black pepper, ground
Fresh rosemary, bruised
125 ml Dry white wine
125 ml Cream
2 tbsp Flour (20 g)
COURGETTE AND MACARONI BAKE
Germany : Zucchini-Nudel-Auflauf
Total cooking time: approx. 33 - 38 minutes
Utensils: Bowl with lid (2 Iitre capacity)
Gratin dish (approx. 26cm diameter)
Procedure
1. Put the water, oil and salt in the dish and bring to the bowl
on the centre of the oven floor (position 1) with the lid on.
3 - 4 min. MICRO 100P
2. Break the macaroni into pieces, add to the dish, stir
and allow to swell.
9 - 11 min. MICRO 30P
Drain the macaroni and allow to cool.
3. Mix the tomatoes with the onions and season well. Grease
the gratin dish. Put the macaroni in it and pour the tomato
sauce over it. Arrange the courgette slices on the top.
4. Beat the sour cream with the eggs and pour over the mixture
in the dish. Sprinkle the grated cheese over the top. Place the
gratin dish into the glass tray in lower position (position 2).
Ingredients
500 ml Water
1/2 tsp
Oil
80 g
Macaroni
400 g Tinned tomatoes, chopped
3
Onions (150 g), finely chopped
Basil, thyme, salt, pepper
1 tbsp Oil to grease the dish
450 g Courgettes, sliced
150 g Sour cream
2
Eggs
100 g Grated cheddar cheese
21 - 23 min. COMBI LOW 50P
Allow the dish to stand for 5-10 minutes after cooking.
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RECIPES
STUFFED ROAST CHICKEN
Austria : Gefülltes Brathähnchen
Stuffed roast chicken for two servings
Total cooking time: approx. 34 - 42 minutes
Utensils: Small bowl with lid
Thread
Procedure
1. Wash the chicken, pat it dry and season the cavity
with salt, rosemary and marjoram.
2. To make the filling, soak the bread roll for approximately
10 minutes in cold water, and then squeeze out excess
water. Mix butter and egg yolk with salt, parsley,
nutmeg, and stuff the chicken with the mixture. Sew the
opening with cotton or butcher’s thread.
3. Heat the butter in the small bowl on the centre of the
oven floor (position 1) with the lid on.
approx. 1 min. MICRO 100P
Mix the paprika and salt with the butter and smear it
on the chicken.
4. Place the chicken breast side down on the rack into
the glass tray and cook.
1. 10 - 12 min. MICRO 100P
2. 6 - 8 min. COMBI HIGH 30P
Turn the chicken over
3. 12 - 14 min. MICRO 100P
4. 5 - 7 min. COMBI HIGH 30P
Allow the stuffed chicken to stand for approximately 3
minutes after cooking.
Ingredients
1
Chicken (1000 g)
Salt, bruised (fresh) rosemary, bruised
Marjoram
1
Stale bread roll (40 g)
Salt
1 bunch Parsley, finely chopped (10 g)
1 pinch Nutmeg
2 tbsp Butter or margarine (20 g)
1
Egg yolk
3 tbsp Butter or margarine (30 g)
1 tsp
Paprika, mild
Salt
1 tsp
Butter or margarine to grease the dish
FISH FILLET WITH CHEESE SAUCE
Switzerland : Fischfilet mit Käsesauce
Total cooking time: approx. 20 - 25 minutes
Utensils: Bowl with lid (1 Iitre capacity)
Shallow round gratin dish
(approx. 25 cm diameter)
Procedure
1. Wash the fish, pat dry and sprinkle with lemon juice.
Leave to stand for 15 minutes, pat dry again and rub
with salt.
2. Smear the butter on the bottom of the dish. Add the
diced onion, cover with the lid and cook on the centre
of the oven floor (position 1).
1 - 2 min. MICRO 100P
3. Sprinkle the flour over the onions and stir. Add the
white wine and mix.
4. Grease the gratin dish and place the fish in it. Pour the
sauce over the fish and sprinkle with cheese. Place the
gratin dish into the glasstray in lower position (position
2) and cook.
7 - 8 min. MICRO 70P
12 - 15 min. COMBI HIGH 30P
Allow fish to stand for approximately 2 minutes after
cooking. Serve with a garnish of chopped parsley
Ingredients
3
Fish fillets (approx. 600 g)
2 tbsp Lemon juice
Salt
1 tbsp Butter or margarine
1
Onion (50 g), finely chopped
2 tbsp Flour (20 g)
100 ml White wine
1 tsp
Vegetable oil to grease the dish
100 g Grated Emmental cheese
2 tsp
Chopped parsley
POT ROAST WITH GREEN BEANS
Greece : Kréas mé fasólia
Total cooking time: approx. 14 - 18 minutes
Utensils: Bowl with lid (2 litre capacity)
Ingredients
1-2
Tomatoes (100 g)
400 g Lamb without bones
1 tsp
Butter or margarine to grease the dish
1
Onion (50 g), finely chopped
1
Clove of garlic, crushed
Salt and pepper
Sugar
250 g Tinned green beans
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Procedure
1. Peel the tomatoes, cut out the stalks and purée in a
food processor.
2. Cut the lamb into large cubes. Grease the dish with
butter. Add the meat, the diced onion and crushed
garlic clove, season, cover dish and cook on the
centre of the oven floor (position 1).
6 - 8 min. MICRO 100P
3. Add the beans and the puréed tomatoes to the meat
and continue to cook with the lid on.
8 - 10 min. MICRO 70P
Allow the meat to stand for approximately 5 minutes
after cooking.
Tip: If you use fresh beans, these must be cooked in
advance.
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RECIPES
STUFFED HAM
Spain : Jamón relleno
Total cooking time: approx. 20 - 24 minutes
Utensils: Bowl with lid (2 Iitre capacity)
Shallow oval gratin dish with lid
or microwave foil
(approx. 26 cm long)
Procedure
1. Cut the spinach finely, mix with the quark and the
cheese and season to taste.
2. Place a tablespoon of the filling on each slice of
the cooked ham and roll up. Secure the ham with a
wooden toothpick.
3. Make a béchamel sauce. To do this, pour the liquid
into the dish, cover and heat on the centre of the oven
floor (position1).
3 - 4 min. MICRO 100P
Rub the butter into the flour, add to the liquid and beat
with a balloon whisk, until it is smooth. Cover, bring to
the boil until thickened.
approx. 1 min. MICRO 100P
Stir and taste.
4. Pour the sauce into the greased dish, place the ham
rolls in the dish. Place the dish into the glass tray in
lower positon (position 2) and cook.
16 - 19 min. COMBI HIGH 30P
Allow the ham rolls to stand for approximately
5 minutes after cooking.
Ingredients
125 g Fresh spinach, with stalks removed
125 g Quark (6% fat)
40 g
Grated Emmental cheese
Pepper
Paprika, mild
6
Slices cooked ham (300 g)
125 ml Water
125 ml Cream
2 tbsp Flour (20 g)
2 tbsp Butter or margarine (20 g)
1 tsp
Butter or margarine to grease the dish
Tip: You can also use ready-made béchamel sauce for
this recipe.
ZURICH VEAL STEW
Switzerland : Züricher Geschnetzeltes
Total cooking time: approx. 9 - 13 minutes
Utensils: Bowl with lid (2 Iitre capacity)
Procedure
1. Slice the meat into finger-thick strips.
2. Smear the butter evenly around the dish. Add the
onion and the meat to the dish, cover and cook on the
centre of the oven floor (position 1). Stir once during
cooking.
6 - 8 min. MICRO 100P
3. Add the white wine, the gravy powder and
the cream, stir, cover and continue to cook.
Stir once during cooking.
3 - 5 min. MICRO 100P
4. Taste the stew, stir again and allow to stand for 5
minutes. Serve with parsley garnish.
Ingredients
600 g Veal fillet
1 tbsp Butter or margarine
1
Onion (50 g), finely chopped
100 ml White wine
Gravy thickener to make approx. 1/2 litre
300 ml Cream
Salt and pepper
1 tbsp Parsley, chopped
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RECIPES
FILET OF SOLE
France : Filets de sole or 2 Portions
Total cooking time: approx. 13 - 15 minutes
Utensils: Shallow oval gratin dish with lid or microwave foil
(approx.26 cm)
Procedure
1. Wash the fish and pat dry. Remove any bones.
2. Slice the lemon and the tomatoes finely.
3. Grease the gratin dish with butter. Place the fish in it
and drizzle with vegetable oil.
4. Sprinkle the fish with parsley, lay the slices of tomato
on top and season. Lay the slices of lemon on top of
the tomato and pour the white wine over this.
5. Dot the lemon with butter, cover and cook on the
centre of the oven floor (positon 1).
13 - 15 min. MICRO 50P
Leave the fish fillets to stand for about 2 minutes after
cooking.
Tip: You can also use rosefish, halibut, mullet, plaice or
cod in this recipe.
Ingredients
400 g Filet of sole
1
Lemon, untreated
2
Tomatoes (150 g)
1 tsp
Butter or margarine to grease the dish
1 tbsp Vegetable oil
1 tbsp Parsley, chopped
Salt and pepper
4 tbsp White wine (30 ml)
2 tbsp Butter or margarine (20 g)
PRAWNS WITH CHILLI
Total cooking time: approx. 5 - 7 minutes
Utensils: Bowl with lid (1 litre capacity)
Bowl with lid (2 litre capacity)
Procedure
1. Wash the prawns. Remove the shell and tail. Cut into
the spine and remove gut. Cut each prawn into 2 or 3
pieces and snip each piece so they do not curl when
cooked. Put the prawns into a bowl and sprinkle with
the wine. Cover and marinate.
2. Wash chives and chillis and pat dry. Cut chives into
5cm lengths. Cut chillies in half lengthwise and remove
seeds. Peel and slice ginger.
3. Take the prawns out of the wine and coat them in
cornflour.
4. Put oil, chives, chillies and ginger slices into bowl and
cover. Heat on the centre of the oven floor (position1).
approx. 2 min. MICRO 100P
5. Add prawns to the bowl. Season with soy sauce,
sugar and vinegar. Stir and cook covered.
3 - 5 min. MICRO 100P
Allow the prawns to stand for 1 - 2 minutes after
cooking. Serve hot.
Ingredients
6
Prawns (shelled 240 g)
50 ml White wine
2
Small bunches of chives (200 g)
1-2
Chillies, hot
20 g
Ginger (fresh)
1 tbsp Cornflour
2 tbsp Vegetable oil (20 g)
11/2 tbsp Soy sauce (20 ml)
1 tbsp Sugar
1 tbsp Vinegar
Vegetables and noodles
VEGETABLE CASSEROLE
France : Ratatouille spécial
Total cooking time: approx. 15 - 18 minutes
Utensils: Bowl with lid (2 litre capacity)
Procedure
1. Put olive oil and garlic in dish. Add all the prepared
vegetables except the artichoke hearts and season
with pepper. Add the bouquet garni and cook covered
on the centre of the oven floor (position1). Stir once
during cooking.
15 - 18 min. MICRO 100P
Add the artichoke hearts to the bowl for the last
5 minutes.
2. Season the ratatouille to taste and take the bouquet
garni out before serving. Once cooked, leave the
ratatouille to stand for about 2 minutes.
Tip: Serve this hot vegetable casserole with meat
dishes. Served cold it makes a delicious starter.
Ingredients
5 tbsp Olive oil (50 ml)
1
Garlic clove, crushed
1
Onion (50 g), sliced
1
Small aubergine (250 g), roughly chopped
1
Courgette (200 g), roughly chopped
1
Pepper (200 g), roughly chopped
1
Small fennel bulb (75 g), roughly chopped
Pepper
1
Bouquet garni
200 g Tin artichoke hearts, quartered
Salt and pepper
Bouquet garni consists of: a sprig each of parsley, lovage
and thyme, plus some bay leaves.
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RECIPES
LASAGNE
Italy : Lasagne al forno
Total cooking time: approx. 23 - 28 minutes
Utensils: Bowl with lid (2 Iitre capacity)
Shallow rectangular gratin dish
(approx. 20x20x6 cm)
Ingredients
300 g Tomatoes, tinned
50 g
Ham, finely diced
1
Onion (50 g), finely chopped
1
Garlic clove, crushed
250 g Minced beef
2 tbsp Tomato puree (30 g)
Salt and pepper
Oregano, thyme, basil
150 ml Crème fraiche
100 ml Milk
50 g
Grated Parmesan cheese
1 tsp
Chopped mixed herbs
1 tsp
Olive oil
Salt, pepper and nutmeg
1 tsp
Vegetable oil for greasing dish
125 g Green lasagne sheets
1 tsp
Grated Parmesan cheese
1 tsp
Butter or margarine
Procedure
1. Slice the tomatoes and mix with the diced onion and
ham, garlic, minced beef and tomato puree. Season,
cover the dish and cook on the centre of the oven floor
(position1). Stir once during cooking.
6 - 8 min. MICRO 100P
2. Mix together the cream, milk, Parmesan cheese, herbs
and oil. Season.
3. Grease the dish and cover the base with 1/3 of the
pasta sheets. Spread half of the meat mixture on
top of the pasta and cover with some of the cheese
sauce. Lay another 1/3 of the pasta on top of this,
followed by the meat mixture and some sauce. Finish
with the last 1/3 of the pasta covered with a lot of
sauce and top with grated Parmesan. Place butter
flakes on top. Place the gratin dish into the glass tray
in lower position (position 2) and cook.
17 - 20 min. COMBI LOW 50P
Leave the lasagne 5 to 10 minutes to stand after
cooking.
STUFFED POTATOES
Spain : Patatas Rellenas
Total cooking time: approx. 10 - 14 minutes
Utensils: Bowl with lid (2 litre capacity)
China plates
Procedure
1. Put the potatoes in the bowl, add the water, cover and
cook on the centre of the oven floor (position 1). Turn
once during cooking.
7 - 9 min. MICRO 100P
Allow to cool.
2. Halve the potatoes lengthways and carefully scoop out
the flesh. Mix the potato with the ham, onion, milk and
Parmesan until it is smooth. Season with salt and pepper.
3. Fill the potato skins with the mixture, top with the
grated Emmental, place on the plates and cook on the
centre of the oven floor (position 1).
3 - 5 min. MICRO 100P
Leave the potatoes to stand for about 2 minutes after
cooking.
Ingredients
4
Medium-sized potatoes (400 g)
100 ml Water
60g
Ham, finely diced
1/2
Onion (25 g), finely chopped
75-100 ml Milk
2 tbsp Grated Parmesan cheese (20 g)
Salt
Pepper
2 tbsp Grated Emmental cheese
Drink and Desserts
PEARS IN CHOCOLATE SAUCE
France : Poires au chocolat
Total cooking time: approx. 8 - 14 minutes
Utensils: Bowl with lid (2 Iitre capacity)
Bowl with lid (1 Iitre capacity)
Procedure
1. Peel the pears, keeping them whole.
2. Put sugar, vanilla sugar, liqueur and water into the bowl.
Stir and heat on the centre of the oven floor (position 1).
1 - 2 min. MICRO 100P
3. Place the pears in the juice, cover and cook on the
centre of the oven floor (position 1).
8 - 10 min. MICRO 100P
Take the pears out of the juice and allow to cool.
4. Put 50 ml of the juice in the small bowl, add the
cream and chocolate. Cover and heat on the centre of
the oven floor (position 1).
1 - 2 min. MICRO 100P
5. Stir the sauce well and pour over the pears to serve.
Tip: You could also serve this with vanilla ice cream.
Ingredients
4
Pears (600 g)
60 g
Sugar
1
Packet of vanilla sugar (10 g)
1 tbsp Pear liqueur, 30% proof
150 ml Water
130 g Plain chocolate, broken into pieces
100 g Crème fraiche
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RECIPES
BERRY JELLY WITH VANILLA SAUCE
Denmark : Rødgrød med vanilie sovs
Total cooking time: approx. 8 - 11 minutes
Utensils: 2 dishes with lids (2 Iitre capacity)
Procedure
1. Reserve some of the fruit for decoration. Puree the rest
of the berries with the wine. Put into the bowl, cover
and cook on the centre of the oven floor (position 1).
5 - 7 min. MICRO 100P
Add sugar and lemon juice.
2. Leave gelatine in cold water for 10 minutes to soften.
Remove and squeeze out water. Stir gelatine into the
hot fruit until it dissolves. Put the jelly into the fridge to
set.
3. To make the vanilla sauce, put the milk in a bowl.
Slice the vanilla pod open and scrape out the vanilla
flavouring. Stir the flavouring, sugar and cornflour into
the milk and cover before cooking. Cook on the centre
of the oven floor (position 1). Stir occasionally during
cooking and to finish.
3 - 4 min. MICRO 100P
4. Tip the set jelly onto a plate and garnish with the
whole berries. Serve with the vanilla sauce.
Tip: You can also use frozen fruit once it is defrosted.
Ingredients
150 g Redcurrants, washed, stems and stalks
removed
150 g Strawberries, washed, stalks removed
150 g Raspberries, washed and checked
250 ml White wine
100 g Sugar
50 ml Lemon juice
8
Gelatine sheets
300 ml Milk
Flavouring from 1/2 vanilla pod
30 g
Sugar
15 g
Cornflour
FIERY DRINK
Niederlande : Vuurdrank for 10 Portions
Total cooking time: approx. 8 - 10 minutes
Utensils: Bowl with lid (2 Iitre capacity)
Procedure
1. Pour the alcohol into the bowl. Peel the orange so that
the peel is thin and put this in the alcohol together
with the cinnamon and sugar. Cover and heat on the
centre of the oven floor (position 1).
8 - 10 min. MICRO 100P
Remove the peel and cinnamon. Put one teaspoon of
the rock candy into each grog glass, top up with the
fiery drink and serve.
Ingredients
500 ml White wine
500 ml Red wine, dry
500 ml Rum, 54% proof
1
Whole orange, untreated
3
Cinnamon sticks
75 g
Sugar
10 tsp Rock candy
CHOCOLATE WITH CREAM
Österreich : Schokolade mit Schlagobers for 1 Portion
Total cooking time: approx. 1 - 11/2 minutes
Utensils: large cup (200 ml capacity)
Procedure
1. Pour the milk into the cup. Add the chocolate, stir and
heat on the centre of the oven floor (position 1). Stir
occasionally.
approx. 1 - 11/2 min. MICRO 100P
2. Whip the cream until stiff and spoon this on top of the
chocolate. Serve garnished with chocolate vermicelli.
Ingredients
150 ml Milk
30 g
Plain chocolate, grated
30 ml Cream
Chocolate vermicelli
HOT LEMON
Deutschland : Heisse Zitrone for 1 Portion
Total cooking time: approx. 1 - 11/2 minutes
Utensils: Tea glass (150 ml capacity)
Procedure
1. Pour water and lemon juice into the glass and heat on
the centre of the oven floor (position 1).
approx. 1 - 11/2 min. MICRO 100P
Stir in sugar to taste.
Ingredients
100 ml Water
Juice of 1 lemon
2-3 tsp Sugar
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RECIPES
ASPARAGUS SOUFFLÉS
For 2 servings
Total cooking time: approx. 25 minutes
Utensils: Bowl with 0.5 Iitre capacity
4 Ramekin dishes (diameter approx. 8cm)
Glass tray
Procedure
1. Mix together in a small bowl the sour cream,
asparagus liquid, flour and seasonings. Heat on the
centre of the oven floor (position 1). Stir once during
heating.
50 sec. MICRO 100P
Then allow the sause to cool.
2. Grease the ramekin dishes. Beat the egg white until
stiff peaks form.
3. Trim 5 asparagus spears per dish to about 1cm higher
than the dish. Arrange the spears around the rim of
each dish. Cut the trimmed sections into thin slices.
4. Mix the egg yolk into the cooled sauce. Add the
mushrooms, ham and asparagus slices and mix well.
Finally, fold in the egg white.
5. Spoon the mixture into the dishes to just under the
rim. Place a tomato segment on top of each. Place the
ramekin dishes into the steam tray on the glass tray in
lower position (position 2).
25 min. STEAM HIGH Position 2
Ingredients
50 g
Mushrooms, roughly chopped
25 g
Smoked ham, finely diced
170 g Bottled asparagus (save the liquid)
1
Tomato (60g), quartered
25 g
Sour cream
50 ml Asparagus liquid
1 tsp
Plain flour
1
Egg yolk
1
Egg white
Salt, pepper, ground nutmeg
Butter to grease the dishes
BACON RISOTTO
Total cooking time: approx. 35 minutes
Utensils: Shallow, oval ovenproof dish
(diameter 22cm)
Glass tray
Procedure
1. Place the diced bacon and chopped onion in the
dish.
2. Add the rice and the stock, and mix well. Place the
dish into the steam tray on the glass tray in lower
position (position 2).
35 min. STEAM HIGH Position 2
3. Mix in the cheese and saffron and season to taste.
Tip: Accompany with sauféed chanterelle or cultivated
white mushrooms and a mixed salad.
Ingredients
50 g
Smoked, streaky bacon, finely diced
50 g
Onion, finely chopped
200 g Round-gram (Arborio) rice
300 ml Meat stock (cold)
70 g
Grated Swiss Brinz cheese
(alternatively grated Emmentaler)
1 pinch Saffron
Salt, pepper
BREAD DUMPLINGS
Total cooking time: approx. 25 minutes
Utensils: 5 cups or pudding dishes
Small bowl with lid
Glass tray
Procedure
1. Place the butter and the onion into the small bowl and
cover. Place the bowl on the centre of the oven floor
(position 1) and cook.
approx. 2 min. MICRO 100P
2. Cut the bread rolls into rough cubes, cover with the
milk and allow to stand for 10 minutes. Beat the eggs.
3. Mix the onion, eggs and softened bread to a smooth
dough. Add a little more milk if neccessary.
4. Lightly grease the cups with butter and divide the
dough equally among 5 cups. Place the cups into the
steam tray on the glass tray in lower position (position
2) and cook.
25 min. STEAM HIGH Position 2
Allow the dumplings to stand for about 5 minutes in
the oven without opening the door.
5. Turn the dumplings out onto a plate to serve.
Ingredients
20 g
Butter or margarine
50 g
Onion, finely chopped
About 500 ml Milk
200 g Dried bread cubes
(from about 5 bread rolls)
3
Eggs
Butter to grease the cup
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product, with new or refurbished items. Items that are replaced become the property of Sharp.
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within one year from the date the product was purchased. Proof of purchase, such as a receipt or invoice, must
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In the unlikely event of the product requiring repair, please contact the supplier from whom it was purchased.
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AC Power required
Microwave
Grill
Micro/Grill
Steam
Off Mode (Energy Save Mode)
Input Current
Microwave
Grill
Micro/Grill
Steam
Output Power
Microwave
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Steam
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Microwave Frequency
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230-240 V, 50 Hz, single phase
1.53 kW (at 235 V)
1.15 kW (at 235 V)
2.60 kW (at 235 V)
0.95 kW (at 235 V)
less than 0.5 W
6.8 A (at 235 V)
4.9 A (at 235 V)
11.5 A (at 235 V)
4.1 A (at 235 V)
900 W (IEC 60705)
1.10 kW (at 235 V)
0.90 kW (at 235 V)
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343 mm(W) x 210 mm(H) x 381 mm(D)***
27 litres***
approx. 18.1 kg
25 W/240 V
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