KitchenAid | KOST 7035 | Troubleshooting guide | KitchenAid KOST 7035

Instructions for use
Important safety instructions
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Installation
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Safeguarding the environment
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EC Declaration of conformity
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Troubleshooting Guide
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After-Sales Service
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Cleaning
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Maintenance
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Instructions for oven use
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Functions description table
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Cooking table
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Table of Tested Recipes
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Recommended use and tips
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Important safety instructions
YOUR SAFETY AND THAT OF OTHERS IS PARAMOUNT
This manual and the appliance itself provide important safety warnings, to be
read and observed at all times.
This is the danger symbol, pertaining to safety, which alerts users to
potential risks to themselves and others. All safety warnings are
preceded by the danger symbol and the following terms:
DANGER
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, will cause serious injury.
WARNING
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, could cause serious injury.
All safety warnings give specific details of the potential
risk present and indicate how to reduce risk of injury,
damage and electric shock resulting from improper use
of the appliance. Carefully observe the following
instructions:
•The appliance must be disconnected from the power
supply before carrying out any installation work.
•Installation and maintenance must be carried out by a
qualified technician, in compliance with the
manufacturer's instructions and local safety regulations.
Do not repair or replace any part of the appliance
unless specifically stated in the user manual.
•Power cable replacement must be carried out by
qualified electician. Contact an authorizes service
centre.
•Regulations require that the appliance is earthed.
•The power cable must be long enough for connecting
the appliance, once fitted in its housing, to the power
supply socket.
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•For installation to comply with current safety
regulations, an all-pole disconnect switch with
minimum contact gap of 3 mm must be utilized.
•Do not use multiple plug adapters or extension leads.
•Do not pull the power supply cable in order to unplug
the appliance.
•The electrical components must not be accessible to
the user after installation.
•Do not touch the appliance with any wet part of the
body and do not operate it when barefoot.
•This appliance is designed solely for use as a domestic
appliance for cooking food. No other type of use is
permitted (e.g.: heating rooms). The Manufacturer
declines all responsibility for inappropriate use or
incorrect setting of the controls.
•This appliance can be used by children aged from 8
years and above and persons with reduced physical,
sensory or mental capabilities or lack of experience
and knowledge if they have been given supervision or
instruction concerning use of the appliance in a safe
way and understand hazards involved. Children shall
not play with the appliance. Cleaning and user
maintenance shall not be made by children without
supervision.
•The accessible parts of the appliance may become
very hot during use. Young children should be kept
away from the appliance and supervised to ensure that
they do not play with it.
•The appliance and its accessible parts become hot
during use. Care should be taken to avoid touching
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heating elements. Children less than 8 years old shall
be kept away, unless continuosly supervised.
•During and after use, do not touch the heating
elements or interior surfaces of the appliance - risk of
burns. Do not allow the appliance to come into
contact with cloths or other flammable materials until
all the components have cooled sufficiently.
•At the end of cooking, exercise caution when opening
the appliance door, letting the hot air or steam exit
gradually before accessing the oven. When the
appliance door is shut, hot air is vented from the
aperture above the control panel. Do not obstruct the
vent apertures.
•Use oven gloves to remove pans and accessories,
taking care not to touch the heating elements.
•Do not place flammable materials in or near the
appliance: a fire may break out if the appliance is
inadvertently switched on.
•Do not heat or cook sealed jars or containers in the
appliance. The pressure that builds up inside might
cause the jar to explode, damaging the appliance.
•Do not use containers made of synthetic materials.
•Overheated oils and fats catch fire easily. Always
remain vigilant when cooking foods rich in fat and oil.
•Never leave the appliance unattended during food
drying.
•If alcoholic beverages are used when cooking foods
(e.g. rum, cognac, wine), remember that alcohol
evaporates at high temperatures. As a result, there is a
risk that vapours released by the alcohol may catch
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fire upon coming into contact with the electrical
heating element.
•Never use steam cleaning equipment.
•Do not touch the oven during the pyrolysys cycle.
Keep children away from the oven during the pyrolysis
cycle.(only for ovens with Pyrolisis function).
•Only use the temperature probe recommended for
this oven.
•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.
•Ensure that the appliance is switched off before
replacing the lamp to avoid the possibility of electric
shock.
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Installation
After unpacking the oven, make sure that it has not
been damaged during transit and that the oven
door closes properly.
In the event of problems, contact the dealer or
your nearest After-Sales Service. To avoid any
damage, only remove the oven from its
polystyrene foam base at the time of installation.
1. To lower the power absorption setting, select
"SETTINGS" from the main menu using buttons
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Preparing the housing unit
• Kitchen units in contact with the oven must be
heat resistant (min 90°C).
• Carry out all cabinet cutting work before fitting
the oven in the housing and carefully remove all
wood chips and sawdust.
• After installation, the bottom of the oven must
no longer be accessible.
• For correct appliance operation, do not
obstruct the minimum gap between the
worktop and the upper edge of the oven.
Confirm with button
Select "power" on the menu
Confirm with button
Select "LOW"
Press button
; a message appears on the
display confirming your selection.
Cleaning
Settings
Traditional
Appliance and display settings
Language
Power
Time
Electrical connection
Make sure the power voltage specified on the
appliance dataplate is the same as the mains
voltage. The dataplate is on the front edge of the
oven (visible when the door is open).
• Power cable replacement (type H05 RR-F 3 x
1.5 mm2) must be carried out by a qualified
electrician. Contact an authorized service
centre.
The oven is programmed to operate with power
absorption above 2.5 kW (indicated by "HIGH" in the
settings, as shown in the figure below) which is
compatible with a domestic power supply above 3
kW. If the household has a lower power supply, the
setting must be lowered ("LOW" in the settings). The
table below details the recommended electrical
power settings for the various countries.
COUNTRY
ELECTRICAL POWER
SETTING
GERMANY
HIGH
SPAIN
LOW
FINLAND
HIGH
FRANCE
HIGH
ITALY
LOW
HOLLAND
HIGH
NORWAY
HIGH
SWEDEN
HIGH
U.K.
LOW
BELGIUM
HIGH
Appliance and display settings
High
Low
Over 2.5 kW
GENERAL RECOMMENDATIONS
Before use:
• Remove cardboard protection pieces,
protective film and adhesive labels from the
oven and the accessories.
• Remove the accessories from the oven and heat
it at 200°C for about an hour to eliminate the
smell and fumes from the protective grease and
insulating materials.
During use:
• Do not place heavy objects on the door as they
could damage it.
• Do not cling to the door or hang anything from
the handle.
• Do not cover the inside of the oven with
aluminium foil.
• Do not pour water into the inside of a hot oven;
this could damage the enamel coating.
• Do not drag pots or pans across the bottom of
the oven as this could damage the enamel
coating.
• Make sure that the electrical cables of other
appliances do not touch hot parts of the oven
or become trapped in the door.
• Do not expose the oven to atmospheric agents.
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Safeguarding the environment
Disposal of packing materials
• The packaging materials are 100% recyclable
and are marked with the recycling symbol
(
).
• The various parts of the packing must therefore
be disposed of responsibly and in full
compliance with local authority regulations
governing waste disposal.
• The symbol
on the product or on the
accompanying documentation indicates that it
should not be treated as domestic waste but
must be taken to an appropriate collection
centre for the recycling of electrical and
electronic equipment.
Energy saving
• Only preheat the oven if specified in the
cooking table or your recipe.
• Use dark lacquered or enamelled baking moulds
as they absorb heat far better.
Appliance scrapping
• This appliance is marked according to the
European Directive 2002/96/EC, Waste
Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE).
• By ensuring correct disposal of the product, the
user can help prevent potential negative
consequences for the environment and human
health.
EC Declaration of conformity
• This oven, which is intended to come into contact with foodstuffs, complies with European Regulation
(
) n.1935/2004 and has been designed, manufactured and sold in conformity with the safety
requirements of the "Low Voltage" directive 2006/95/CE (which replaces 73/23/CEE and subsequent
amendments) and the protection requirements of "EMC" directive "EMC" 2004/108/CE.
Troubleshooting Guide
The oven does not work:
• Check for the presence of mains electrical power and if the oven is connected to the electrical supply.
• Switch the oven off and then on again to see if the fault has been eliminated.
The electronic programmer does not work:
• If the display shows the letter " F " followed by a number, contact your nearest After-Sales Service.
Specify in this case the number after the letter " F ".
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After-Sales Service
Before contacting the After-Sales Service:
1. See if you can solve the problem yourself with
the help of the suggestions given in the
"Troubleshooting guide".
2. Switch the appliance off and then on again it to
see if the problem has been eliminated.
• your full address;
• your telephone number.
If the fault persists after the above checks,
contact the nearest After-Sales Service.
If any repairs are required, contact an authorized
Service Centre (to guarantee the use of original
spare parts and correct repair).
Always specify:
• a brief description of the fault;
• the type and exact model of the oven;
• the service number (number after the word
Service on the rating plate), located on the right
hand edge of the oven cavity (visible when the
oven door is open). The service number is also
indicated on the guarantee booklet;
Cleaning
WARNING
• Clean the door glass with a suitable liquid
detergent. The oven door can be removed to
facilitate cleaning (see MAINTENANCE).
• Observe the following recommendations
when cleaning the round stainless steel
cover of the fan (Twelix Disc):
- use a soft cloth (microfibre is best) dampened
with water or glass detergent.
- do not use absorbent kitchen paper, which can
leave traces of paper and streaks on the disc.
- Do not use steam cleaners.
- Only clean the oven when it is cool to the
touch.
- Disconnect the appliance from the mains
power supply.
Oven exterior
IMPORTANT: do not use corrosive or abrasive
detergents. If any of these products
unintentionally comes into contact with the
appliance, clean immediately with a damp
cloth.
• Clean the surfaces with a damp cloth. If it is very
dirty, add a few drops of washing up detergent to
the water. Finish off with a dry cloth.
N.B: during prolonged cooking of foods with a
high water content (e.g. pizza, vegetables,
etc.) condensation may form
on the inside of the door and around the seal.
When the oven is cold, dry the inside of the
door with a cloth or sponge.
Oven interior
IMPORTANT: do not use abrasive sponges or
metallic scrapers or scourers. Over time, these
can ruin enamelled surfaces and the oven door
glass.
• After every use, allow the oven to cool then
clean it preferably while it is still warm in order
to remove built-up dirt and stains caused by food
residues (e.g. food with a high sugar content).
• Use proprietary oven detergents and follow the
manufacturer's instructions to the letter.
Accessories:
• Soak the accessories in water with washing up
detergent immediately after use, handling them
with oven gloves if still hot.
• Food residues can be easily removed using a
washing-up brush or sponge.
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Maintenance
WARNING
- Use safety gloves.
- Ensure the oven is cold before carrying out the following
operations.
- Disconnect the appliance from the mains power supply.
REMOVING THE DOOR
To remove the door:
1. Open the door fully.
2. Lift the catches and push them forwards as far as they will go (fig. 1).
3. Close the door as far as it will go (A), lift it up (B) and turn it (C) until it is
released (D) (fig. 2).
(fig. 1)
To refit the door:
1. Insert the hinges in their seats.
2. Open the door fully.
3. Lower the two catches.
4. Close the door.
(fig. 2)
REMOVING THE SIDE GRILLES
The side accessory-holder grilles are equipped with two fixing screws (fig. 3)
for optimum stability.
1. Remove the screws and relative plates on the right and left with the aid
of a coin or tool (fig. 4).
2. To remove the grilles, lift them up (1) and turn them (2) as shown in
fig. 5.
REPLACING THE LAMP
To replace the rear lamp (if present):
1. Disconnect the oven from the mains power supply.
2. Unscrew the lamp cover, replace the lamp (see note for lamp type) and
screw the lamp cover back on.
3. Reconnect the oven to the power supply.
N.B:
- Only use 25-40W/230V type E-14, T300°C incandescent lamps, or 2040W/230 V type G9, T300°C halogen lamps.
- Lamps are available from our After-Sales Service.
(fig. 3)
(fig. 4)
IMPORTANT:
- If using halogen lamps, do not handle with bare hands
sincefingerprints can damage them.
- Do not use the oven until the lamp cover has been repositioned.
(fig. 5)
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Instructions for oven use
FOR ELECTRICAL CONNECTION, SEE THE PARAGRAPH ON INSTALLATION
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Control panel
Upper heating element/grill
Cooling fan (not visible)
Dataplate (not to be removed)
Lamps
Circular heating element (not visible)
Fan
Rotisserie (if supplied)
Bottom heating element (not visible)
Door
Position of shelves (the number of shelves is indicated on the front of the oven)
Rear wall
Meat probe connection
Twelix disc
N.B:
- During cooking, the cooling fan may switch on at intervals in order to minimise energy consumption.
- At the end of cooking, after the oven has been switched off, the cooling fan may continue to run for a
while.
- When the oven door is opened during cooking, the heating elements switch off.
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Instructions for oven use
ACCESSORIES SUPPLIED
A. WIRE SHELF (n. 2): the wire shelf can be used to grill food or as a
support for pans, cake tins and other ovenproof cooking receptacles.
(Fig. A)
B. DRIP TRAY (n. 1): the drip tray is designed to be positioned under the
wire shelf in order to collect fat or as an oven tray for cooking meat,
fish, vegetables, focaccia, etc.
(Fig. B)
C. BAKING TRAY (n. 1): for cooking all bread and pastry products, but
also roasts, fish en papillotte, etc.
(Fig. C)
D. MEAT PROBE: to measure the core temperature of food during
cooking.
(Fig. D)
E. DRYING TRAY (n. 1): the drying tray is designed for drying fruit,
mushrooms or vegetables.
(Fig. E)
ACCESSORIES NOT SUPPLIED
Other accessories can be purchased separately from the After-Sales Service.
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Instructions for oven use
INSERTING WIRE SHELVES AND OTHER ACCESSORIES IN THE OVEN
The wire shelf and other accessories are provided with a locking mechanism to prevent their unintentional
removal.
1. Insert the wire shelf horizontally, with the raised part "A" upwards (fig. 1).
2. Angle the wire shelf when it reaches the locking position "B" (fig. 2).
3. Return the wire shelf to the horizontal position and push it in fully to "C" (fig. 3).
4. To remove the wire shelf proceed in reverse order.
The other accessories, like the drip tray and baking tray, are inserted in exactly the same way. The
protrusion on the flat surface enables the accessories to lock in place.
(Fig. 1)
(Fig. 2)
(Fig. 3)
CONTROL PANEL DESCRIPTION
DISPLAY
TOUCH KEYS:
to use, simply touch the corresponding symbol
(a light touch is all that is required).
to browse functions/options and adjust
pre-set values
ON/OFF
to access the main MENU or return to the
start screen
to select and confirm settings
to access the 10 most used functions. For
settings, storing favourites and usage, see
paragraph "FAVOURITES"
to return to the previous screen or to save a
favourite function
to start cooking
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Instructions for oven use
LIST OF FUNCTIONS
After switching on the oven, press the symbol
and the display will show the following indications.
D
A. Symbol for highlighted function
B. Highlighted function can be selected by pressing
C. Description of highlighted function
D. Other available and selectable functions
Professional
A
B
Traditional
Special functions
Traditional manual cooking functions
C
FUNCTION DETAILS
After selecting the desired function, press button
details
and the display will show further options and related
Cursor
Zone 1
Medium
GRILL POWER
Zone 2
No
PREHEAT
To move between different areas, use buttons
following the order described above.
Press
--:-COOK TIME
Zone 3
--:-END TIME
Zone 4
Grill
and
to select the value, adjust it using
: the cursor moves to the adjustable values,
and confirm by pressing button
.
FIRST USE - SELECTING A LANGUAGE AND SETTING THE TIME
For correct use of the oven, when it is switched on for the first time you will have to select the desired
language and set the correct time.
Proceed as follows:
1. Press
: the display will show the list of the first three available languages.
2. Press buttons
and
to scroll down the list.
3. When the desired language is highlighted, press
to select it.
After language selection, the display will flash 12:00.
4. Set the time using buttons
and
.
To scroll through the numbers more quickly, keep the button pressed.
5. Confirm your setting by pressing
: the display will show the list of functions.
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Instructions for oven use
SELECTING COOKING FUNCTIONS
Professional
Traditional
Special functions
Traditional manual cooking functions
1. If the oven is off, press button
; the display will show the cooking functions.
2. To browse the various possibilities, press buttons
white in the centre of the display.
and
: the selectable function is highlighted in
N.B: for the list and description of functions, see the specific table at page 23.
3. Select the function by pressing button
: the cooking settings are shown on the display. If the pre-set
values are those desired, press the start button
, otherwise proceed as indicated above to change
them.
SETTING THE TEMPERATURE/OUTPUT OF THE GRILL
To change the temperature or output of the grill, proceed as follows:
1. Check that the cursor is positioned next to the
temperature value (zone 1); press button
to
200°C
TEMPERATURE
select the parameter to be changed: the
temperature values flash.
2. Use buttons
and
No
PREHEAT
to change to the
--:-COOK TIME
Forced air
--:-END TIME
desired value.
3. Press button
to confirm and then press
.
180°C
TEMPERATURE
The display indicates which shelf food should be
placed on.
4. Press
No
PREHEAT
to start cooking.
--:-COOK TIME
Forced air
--:-END TIME
The set temperature can also be changed during
cooking by following the same procedure.
.
Insert food on level 3
Press
when done
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Instructions for oven use
SELECTING OVEN PREHEATING
If you do not wish to preheat the oven, for those functions which allow it, simply change the oven's default
selection as follows:
1. Using buttons
and
, move the cursor to
180°C
TEMPERATURE
preheating.
2. Press button
to select the setting: "Yes" flashes
on the display.
3. To change the setting, press
or
No
PREHEAT
--:-COOK TIME
Forced air
--:-END TIME
: "No"
appears on the display.
4. To confirm your choice, press button
180°C
TEMPERATURE
.
Yes
PREHEAT
180°C
TEMPERATURE
No
PREHEAT
--:-COOK TIME
Forced air
--:-END TIME
--:-COOK TIME
Forced air
--:-END TIME
FAST PREHEATING
If you wish to preheat the oven quickly before inserting food, change the oven's default selection as
follows:
1. Select the fast preheating function using
buttons
and
180°C
TEMPERATURE
.
2. Confirm by pressing
: the settings are
- 00:02
INSERT IN
Fast preheating
shown on the display.
3. If the proposed temperature is that
desired, press
, otherwise proceed as
180°C
TEMPERATURE
described in previous paragraphs to
change it. An acoustic signal will sound
- 00:02
INSERT IN
Preheating
when the oven has reached the set
temperature. At the end of preheating,
the oven automatically selects the
conventional function
.
At this point food can be placed in the
180°C
TEMPERATURE
oven for cooking.
Oven is hot!
4. If you wish to set a different cooking
function, press
- 00:02
INSERT IN
and select the desired
function.
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Instructions for oven use
SETTING COOKING TIME
This function can be used to cook food for a set length of time, from a minimum of 1 minute to the
maximum time allowed by the selected function, after
which the oven switches off automatically.
1. To select the function, position the cursor next to
"COOK TIME" using the buttons
2. Press button
and
.
to select the setting; "00:00" flashes
180°C
TEMPERATURE
--:-COOK TIME
Forced air
No
PREHEAT
--:-END TIME
on the display.
3. Change the value using buttons
and
to
display the desired cooking time.
4. Confirm the selected value by pressing button
.
180°C
TEMPERATURE
Forced air
No
PREHEAT
180°C
TEMPERATURE
No
PREHEAT
--:-HH:MM
--:-END TIME
00:20
HH:MM
Forced air
19:20
END TIME
BROWNING
At the end of cooking, with certain functions, the display indicates the possibility of browning the surface
of your dish. This function can only be used when
cooking time has been set.
At the end of cooking time, the display shows "
prolong,
to
to brown".
Press button
Cooking finished at 20:00
to prolong,
to brown
, and the oven starts a 5 minute
browning cycle. This function can only be used once
after cooking.
- 00:05
COOK TIME
Browning
Browning finished at 20:05
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20:05
END TIME
Instructions for oven use
SETTING END OF COOKING TIME /DELAYED START
The end of cooking time can be set, delaying the start of cooking by up to a maximum of 23 hours and 59
minutes. This can only be done once cooking time has been set. This setting is onlypossible when
preheating is not required for the selected function.
After setting cooking time, the display shows
the end of cooking time (for example 19:20).
To delay the end of cooking time, and thus
also the cooking start time, proceed as
follows:
180°C
TEMPERATURE
No
PREHEAT
1. Position the cursor next to the end of
cooking time using buttons
2. Press button
and
Forced air
--:-END TIME
.
to select the setting:
180°C
TEMPERATURE
the end of cooking time flashes.
3 To delay the end of cooking time, use
buttons
- 00:20
HH:MM
and
No
PREHEAT
to set the desired
- 00:20
HH:MM
Forced air
--:-END TIME
value.
4. Confirm the selected value by pressing
button
.
5. Press button
: The display indicates
which shelf food should be placed on.
6. Press button
to activate the function.
180°C
TEMPERATURE
No
PREHEAT
- 00:20
HH:MM
Forced air
20:10
END TIME
The oven will start cooking after a period
of time calculated so as to finish cooking
at the set time (for example, in the case of a dish which requires a cooking time of 20 minutes, if the
end of cooking time is set to 20.10, the oven will begin cooking at 19.50).
N.B: During the interval before cooking starts, the oven can in any case be switched on by
pressing button
.
At any time during cooking, set values (temperature, grill setting, cooking time, end of cooking
time) can be changed using buttons
and
and button
as described in previous
paragraphs.
INDICATION OF THE RESIDUAL HEAT INSIDE THE OVEN
If at the end of cooking, or when the oven is switched off,
the temperature inside the oven is over 50° C, the display
shows the temperature present at that moment and the bar
indicating cooling in progress. When the residual heat
reaches 50°C, the display shows the current time.
168°
Residual heat indicator
19:42
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Instructions for oven use
TIMER
This function can be used only with the oven switched off and is useful, for example, for monitoring the
cooking time of pasta.
The maximum time which can be set is 1
hour 30 minutes.
1. With the oven off, press button
: the
00 : 00 : 00
(HH) (MM) (SS)
display will show "00:00:00".
2. Press buttons
and
Press
to select the
to set the timer,
to start
desired time.
3. Press button
to start the countdown.
When the set time has elapsed, the
01 : 10 : 00
display will show "00:00:00" and an
(HH) (MM) (SS)
acoustic signal will sound. At this point
Press
to set the timer,
to start
the time can be prolonged, proceeding as
described above, or the timer can be
deactivated by pressing button
(the
01 : 09 : 00
time of day will be shown on the display).
Timer
PROFESSIONAL FUNCTIONS
Thanks to the professional functions, you can choose from 17 recipes. The oven offers a suitable function
for every type of recipe category and also advises the ideal temperature and shelf for cooking the dish. For
advice on use of these functions, refer to the Recipe Book, which contains a number of recipe ideas that
you can personalize to suit your own taste. The available functions are given below. The time and
temperature for each recipe are indicated on the oven display and/or in the Recipe Book. For recipes
listed in the Professional Roasting Function, there is the option of using the Meat Probe (see paragraph).
Professional Bakery Function
Traditional Bread
Malt Bread
Pan Pizza
Thin Pizza
Savoury Pie
Baguette
Professional Pastry Function
Patè a Choux
Croissant/Brioches
Sponge Cake
Plum Cake
Short Pastry
Professional Roasting Function
Veal - Pork
Roast Beef Rare
Roast Beef Medium
Roast Chicken
Roast Turkey
Custom (customizable function for cooking meat)
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Instructions for oven use
MEAT PROBE
The meat probe supplied allows you to measure the exact core
temperature of food during cooking, between 0°and 100°C, in order to
ensure that food is cooked to perfection. Based on the food being
cooked, the required core temperature can be set. It is very important to
position the probe accurately in order to obtain perfect cooking results.
Insert the probe fully into the fleshiest part of the meat, avoiding bones
and fatty parts (fig. A). For poultry, the probe should be inserted
sideways, in the middle of the breast, taking care to ensure the tip does
not end up in a hollow part (fig. B). In the case of meat with very irregular
thickness, check it is cooked properly before removing it from the oven.
Connect the end of the probe in the hole located on the right wall of the
oven chamber.
The probe can be used with the following functions:
• Conventional
• Convection bake
• Forced air
• Turbo grill
• Tweli-grill (depending on model)
• Slow Cooking Meat and Slow Cooking Fish
• Pro Roasting.
180°C
If the probe is not inserted, cooking proceeds in the traditional
TEMPERATURE
mode (fig. 1), otherwise, the display advises that the probe is
not connected (Fig. 2). After the confirmation message, the
Conventional
Yes
display shows all the cooking parameters selected:
PREHEAT
- at the top left (zone 1) the oven temperature;
- at the top right (zone 3) the desired core temperature of the
food (meat probe, as indicated in Fig. 3).
To start cooking press button
.
The bottom right (zone 4) of the cooking screen shows the
Meat probe
"current" core temperature of food (fig. 4). In the first two
has been connected
minutes, the desired temperature of food (meat probe, as
indicated in Fig. 4) can be changed.
After two minutes, this indication is replaced by the cooking
time (Fig. 5).
150°C
When the desired core temperature for the particular food is
TEMPERATURE
reached, a message to that effect appears on the display for 3
Conventional
seconds (Fig. 6).
Subsequently, the oven proposes the option of prolonging
cooking time by pressing .
If no button is pressed, the oven continues cooking for 6
150°C
minutes in order to ensure excellent results.
TEMPERATURE
If cooking time is prolonged, this is displayed at the top right
(zone 3).
Conventional
At the end of cooking, the display indicates the possibility of
"browning" (for those functions which allow it).
NOTES:
1. When two minutes have elapsed since the start of cooking, to 150°C
change the desired core temperature of food, the meat probe
TEMPERATURE
must be disconnected and then reconnected again.
Conventional
2. If the meat probe is inserted before a function has been
selected, only cooking functions without preheating will be
selectable.
For recipes which require preheating, insert the food with the
150°C
meat probe only after preheating.
TEMPERATURE
3. In "Pro Roasting" preheating is included for all recipes.
Consequently, avoid inserting the meat probe or food before
Temperature reached
preheating has finished.
Fig. A
Fig. B
--:-COOK TIME
--:-END TIME
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
100°C
MEAT PROBE
Fig. 3
100°C
MEAT PROBE
79°C
CURRENT
Fig. 4
00:10
COOK TIME
79°C
CURRENT
Fig. 5
30:00
COOK TIME
100°C
CURRENT
Fig. 6
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Instructions for oven use
FAVOURITES
This oven allows you to memorize the settings used to cook
your favourite dishes.
At the end of cooking, if you wish to save the settings used
(function, time, temperature...), press the button
point, the display shows the message "Press
Press button
Press
to save
to cancel
. At this
to save".
and the oven will propose the first available
2
Forced air
position from 1 to 10. If you wish to customize the position, you
can change the number by pressing buttons
confirming your choice with button
and
before
Press
to save
to cancel
.
When the memory is full or the position is already in use, the
function is overwritten.
If, on the other hand, you do not wish to memorize the settings,
simply press the button,
pressing buttons
and
proceed to another function by
or switch off the oven.
To subsequently view saved settings, press the button
buttons
Press button
and
Favourite
has been saved
and select one of the stored functions, pressing
until the desired function is displayed.
followed by button
to start cooking.
SETTINGS
1. To change some display settings, select "SETTINGS" from the main menu using buttons
and
.
2. Confirm by pressing
: the display shows which settings can be changed (language, volume of
acoustic signal, display brightness, time, energy saving function, power).
3. Select the setting you wish to change using buttons
and
.
4. Press button
to confirm.
5. Follow the instructions of the display to change the settings.
6. Press button
: a message appears on the display confirming your selection.
N.B: when the oven is switched off, if the ECOMODE (energy saving) function is selected (ON), the
display switches off after a few seconds. If, on the other hand, the function is not selected (OFF), after a
few seconds the display is merely dimmed.
KEY-LOCK
This function can be used to lock the control panel buttons.
To activate it, press
and
at the same time for at least 3 seconds.
If activated, the functions of the buttons are locked and the display shows a message and the symbol
.
This function can also be activated during cooking.
To deactivate it, repeat the above procedure. When the key-lock function is activated, the oven can only
be switched off using button
.
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Functions description table
MAIN MENU
Function
Function
Description of Function
SETTINGS
Setting the display (language, time, brightness, volume of acoustic signal, energy saving
function)
PROFESSIONAL
FUNCTIONS Roasting Bakery
Pastry
Specific functions for the type of dish chosen, with the ideal temperature recommended.
The oven chamber is automatically prepared with optimum preheating, and cooking is
managed automatically with a dedicated cycle for each recipe. Option of using the meat
probe accessory for perfect cooking times for Roasting functions. (SEE COOKBOOK).
TRADITIONAL
see TRADITIONAL FUNCTIONS
SPECIALS
see SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
TRADITIONAL FUNCTIONS
FAST PREHEATING
To preheat the oven rapidly.
CONVENTIONAL
To cook any kind of dish on one shelf only. Use the 3rd shelf. To cook pizza, savoury pies
and sweets with liquid fillings, use the 1st or 2nd shelf.
GRILL
To grill steak, kebabs and sausages; to cook vegetables au gratin and toast bread. Place
food on the 4th or 5th shelf. When grilling meat, use the drip tray to collect the cooking
juices.
Position it on the 3rd/4th shelf, adding approx. half a litre of water. The oven does not
have to be preheated. During cooking the oven door must remain closed.
TURBOGRILL
To roast large joints of meat (legs, roast beef, chickens). Position the food on the middle
shelves. Use the drip tray to collect the cooking juices. Position it on the 1st/2nd shelf,
adding approx. half a litre of water. The oven does not have to be preheated. During
cooking the oven door must remain closed. With this function you can also use the
rotisserie, if provided.
TWELI-GRILL
To grill meat, fish and vegetables on one or two shelves at the same time. Place the grill
with the food to be grilled on the 5th, 4th or 3rd shelf (choose the best distance,
considering the size of the food and the desired level of browning, bearing in mind that
the closer the food is to the grill, the more it will be browned). To grill a large amount of
food, place the two wire shelves on levels 5 and 3. Once the food on the upper shelf is
browned to your satisfaction, swap the position of the two shelves and finish cooking. In
this way, the food on both shelves can be served at the same time, with the same
temperature and level of browning. Use the drip tray to collect the cooking juices.
Position it on the 1st/2nd shelf, adding approx. half a litre of water.
The oven does not have to be preheated.
FORCED AIR
To cook a variety of food requiring the same cooking temperature on several shelves
(maximum three) at the same time (e.g: fish, vegetables, cakes). This function can be
used to cook different foods without odours being transferred from one food to
another. Use the 3rd shelf to cook on one shelf only, the 1st and 4th to cook on two
shelves, and the 1st, 3rd and 5th to cook on three shelves.
To cook meat, filled pies (cheesecake, strudel, fruit pies) and stuffed vegetables on one
shelf only. This function uses intermittent and gentle ventilation, which prevents
CONVECTION BAKE
excessive drying of foods. It is advisable to use the 2nd level. The oven does not have to
be preheated before cooking.
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Functions description table
SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
Function
Function
Description of Function
DEFROST
To speed up defrosting of food. Place food on the middle shelf. Leave food in its
packaging in order to prevent it from drying out on the outside.
KEEP WARM
For keeping just-cooked food (e.g. meat, fried food, flans) hot and crisp. Place food on
the middle shelf. The function will not activate if the temperature in the oven is above
65°C.
RISING
For optimal rising of sweet or savoury dough. To safeguard the quality of proving, the
function will not activate if the temperature in the oven is above 40°C. Place the dough
on the 2nd shelf. The oven does not have to be preheated.
SLOW COOKING
MEAT
SLOW COOKING
FISH
To gently cook meat (at 90°C) and fish (at 85°C). This function offers slow cooking
which ensures the food remains tender and succulent. Thanks to the low temperature,
the food does not brown on the outside and the end result is similar to steam cooking.
For roast joints, brown in the pan first in order to seal in the meat's natural juices.
Cooking times range from 2 hours for fish weighing 300g to 4-5 hours for fish weighing
3 kg; for meat, times range from 4 hours for 1Kg joints to 6-7 hour for 3 kg joints. For
optimum results, do not open the oven door during cooking, as this results in heat
dispersion; use the meat probe (if provided) or a standard oven thermometer.
DRYING
Fruit
Vegetables
Mushrooms
For drying fruit, vegetables and mushrooms. Use the accessory provided (or a fine-mesh
grille) to prevent small pieces falling through as a result of reduction in volume and to
allow air to circulate properly. Use the 3rd shelf to cook on one shelf only, the 1st and
4th shelves to cook on two shelves, the 1st, 3rd and 5th shelves to cook on three
shelves and the 1st, 3rd, 4th and 5th to cook on four shelves. The oven does not have
to be preheated. Keep the oven door half open.
YOGHURT
For preparing homemade yoghurt. Use small china jars or aluminium foil baking cups.
Cover with aluminium foil during cooking. Position the drip tray with the containers on
the 1st shelf. The oven does not have to be preheated.
TWELI-BASE
For recipes that require heat from below. This function is recommended for finishing or
enhancing browning of the bottom of all sorts of dishes (savoury pies, pizzas, bread,
sweet cakes, biscuits...etc) or for thickening foods with a very liquid consistency such as
sauces. The function can also be used for actual cooking. It is recommended for cooking
foods which do not need to be browned on top, like rice dishes, en cocotte dishes,
stews and sauces. Use of the second shelf is recommended. The oven does not have to
be preheated.
FAVOURITES
To access the 10 favourite functions. For storing and using favourites, see the paragraph
"FAVOURITES".
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Cooking table
Recipe
Function
Preheating
Shelf (from
bottom)
Temperature
Time (min)
(°C)
YES
2/3
160 - 180
30 - 90
–
1-4
160 - 180
30 - 90
Accessories
Cake tin on wire shelf
Leavened cakes
Shelf 4: cake tin on wire shelf
Shelf 1: cake tin on wire shelf
–
2
160 - 200
35 - 90
–
1-4
160 - 200
40 - 90
Filled pies (cheesecake,
strudel, fruit pie)
drip tray/ baking tray or
wire shelf + cake tin
Shelf 4: cake tin on wire shelf
Shelf 1: cake tin on wire shelf
YES
3
170 - 180
20 - 45
–
1-4
150 - 170
20 - 45
Biscuits/Tartlets
–
1-3-5
150 - 170
20 - 45
–
3
180 - 200
30 - 40
–
1-4
180 - 190
35 - 45
–
1-3-5
180 - 190
35 - 45
–
3
90
110 - 150
–
1-4
90
140 - 160
–
1-3-5
90
140 - 160
YES
1/2
190 - 250
15 - 50
Choux buns
Meringues
–
1-4
190 - 250
25 - 50
Drip tray / baking tray
Shelf 4: baking tray
Shelf 1: drip tray
Shelf 5: oven tray on wire
shelf / baking tray
Shelf 3: baking tray
Shelf 1: drip tray
Drip tray / baking tray
Shelf 4: oven tray on wire
shelf / baking tray
Shelf 1: drip tray
Shelf 5: oven tray on wire
shelf / baking tray
Shelf 3: baking tray
Shelf 1: drip tray
Drip tray / baking tray
Shelf 4: oven tray on wire
shelf / baking tray
Shelf 1: drip tray
Shelf 5: oven tray on wire
shelf / baking tray
Shelf 3: baking tray
Shelf 1: drip tray
Drip tray / baking tray
Shelf 4: oven tray on wire
shelf / baking tray
Shelf 1: drip tray / baking tray
Bread / Pizza / Focaccia
–
1-3-5
25
190 - 250
25 - 50
Shelf 5: oven tray on wire
shelf / baking tray
Shelf 3: oven tray on wire
shelf / baking tray
Shelf 1: drip tray
Cooking table
Recipe
Function
Preheating
Shelf (from
bottom)
Temperature
Time (min)
(°C)
–
3
250
10 - 20
Shelf 3: drip tray / baking tray
or wire shelf
–
1-4
230 - 250
10 - 25
Shelf 4: oven tray on wire
shelf / baking tray
Shelf 1: drip tray
–
2/3
190 - 200
35 - 55
Pan on rack
–
1-4
180 - 190
45 - 70
Frozen pizza
Savoury pies
(vegetable pie, quiche)
Accessories
Shelf 4: cake tin on wire shelf
Shelf 1: cake tin on wire shelf
Shelf 5: cake tin on wire shelf
Shelf 3: cake tin on rack
Shelf 1: drip tray / baking
tray + cake tin
–
1-3-5
180 - 190
45 - 70
–
3
190 - 200
20 - 30
–
1-4
180 - 190
20 - 40
–
1-3-5
180 - 190
20 - 40
Lasagne / Baked pasta /
Cannelloni / Flans
–
3
190 - 200
45 - 55
Oven tray on wire shelf
Lamb / Veal / Beef /
Pork 1 Kg
–
2
180 - 190
80 - 120
Drip tray or oven tray on
wire shelf
Chicken / Rabbit / Duck 1 Kg
–
3
200 - 220
50 - 100
Drip tray or oven tray on
wire shelf
Turkey / Goose 3 Kg
–
2
190 - 200
80 - 130
Drip tray or oven tray on
wire shelf
Baked fish / en
papillote (fillet, whole)
–
3
180 - 200
40 - 60
Drip tray or oven tray on
wire shelf
Stuffed vegetables
(tomatoes, courgettes,
aubergines)
–
2
170 - 190
30 - 60
Oven tray on wire shelf
Toast
–
5
High
3-6
wire shelf
Vols-au-vent /
Puff pastry crackers
Fish fillets / steaks
–
4
Mid
20 - 30
Sausages / Kebabs /
Spare ribs / Hamburgers
–
5
Mid-High
15 - 30
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Drip tray / baking tray
Shelf 4: oven tray on wire
shelf
Shelf 1: drip tray / baking tray
Shelf 5: oven tray on wire
shelf
Shelf 3: oven tray on wire
shelf / baking tray
Shelf 1: drip tray
Shelf 4: wire
shelf (turn food halfway
through cooking)
Shelf 3: drip tray with water
Shelf 5: wire tray
(turn food halfway through
cooking)
Shelf 4: drip tray with water
Cooking table
Recipe
Roast chicken 1-1.3 Kg
Function
Preheating
Shelf (from
bottom)
–
2
Temperature
Time (min)
(°C)
Mid
55 - 70
Accessories
Shelf 2: wire shelf (turn food
two thirds of the way through
cooking if necessary)
Shelf 1: drip tray with water
Roast Beef rare 1Kg
Leg of lamb / Shanks
–
3
–
3
Mid
Mid
35 - 45
Oven tray on wire shelf (turn
food two thirds of the way
through cooking if necessary)
60 - 90
Drip tray or oven tray on wire
shelf (turn food two thirds of
the way through
cooking if necessary)
Roast potatoes
–
3
Mid
45 - 55
Drip-tray / baking tray (if
necessary, turn food two thirds
of the way through
cooking)
Vegetable gratin
–
3
High
10 - 15
Oven tray on wire shelf
Shelf 4: oven tray on wire shelf
Lasagne & Meat
–
1-4
200
50 - 100*
Shelf 1: drip tray or oven tray
on wire shelf
Shelf 4: oven tray on wire shelf
Meat & Potatoes
–
1-4
200
45 - 100*
Shelf 1: drip tray or oven tray
on wire shelf
Shelf 4: oven tray on wire shelf
Fish & Vegetables
–
1-4
180
30 - 50*
Shelf 1: drip tray or oven tray
on wire shelf
Shelf 5: oven tray on wire shelf
Full meal:
Tart (Shelf 5) /
Lasagne (Shelf 3) /
Meat (Shelf 1)
–
1-3-5
190
40 - 120*
Shelf 3: oven tray on wire shelf
Shelf 1: drip tray or oven tray
on wire shelf
Shelf 5: wire shelf (switch
levels once browned to your
satisfaction)
Sausages / Kebabs /
Spare ribs / Hamburgers
–
3-5
Mid-High
30 - 45
Shelf 3: wire shelf (switch
levels once browned to your
satisfaction)
Shelf 1: drip tray with water
* Cooking time is merely for guidance, and refers to the entire cooking cycle. Remove food at different
times, according to personal preference.
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Table of Tested Recipes
(in compliance with IEC 50304/60350:2009-03 and DIN 3360-12:07:07)
Recipe
Function
Preheating
Shelf
Temperature
Time (min)
(from bottom)
(°C)
Accessories and notes
IEC 60350:2009-03 § 8.4.1
YES
3
170
15 - 30
–
1-4
150
30 - 45
Drip tray / baking tray
Shortbread
Shelf 4: baking tray
Shelf 1: drip tray
IEC 60350:2009-03 § 8.4.2
YES
3
170
25 - 35
–
1-4
160
30 - 40
Small cakes
Drip tray / baking tray
Shelf 4: baking tray
Shelf 1: drip tray
Shelf 5: oven tray on wire shelf
/ baking tray
Shelf 3: baking tray
Shelf 1: drip tray
–
1-3-5
160
35 - 45
YES
2
170
30 - 40
Cake tin on wire shelf
–
2/3
185
70 - 90
Cake tin on wire shelf
–
1-4
175
75 - 95
IEC 60350:2009-03 § 8.5.1
Fatless sponge cake
IEC 60350:2009-03 § 8.5.2
2 Apples pies
Shelf 4: cake tin on wire shelf
Shelf 1: cake tin on wire shelf
IEC 60350:2009-03 § 9.1.1
Toast**
–
5
High
3-6
wire shelf
–
5
High
18 - 30
Shelf 5: wire tray (turn food
halfway through cooking)
IEC 60350:2009-03 § 9.2.1
Burgers**
Shelf 4: drip tray with water
DIN 3360-12:07 § 6.5.2.3
–
3
180
35 - 45
–
1-4
160
55 - 65
Apple cake, yeast tray cake,
Gedeckter apfelkuchen
Drip tray / baking tray
Shelf 4: baking tray
Shelf 1: drip tray
DIN 3360-12:07 § 6.6
Pork Roast
–
2
190
150 - 170
Shelf 2: drip-tray
YES
3
170
40 - 50
Drip tray / baking tray
–
1-4
160
45 - 55
DIN 3360-12:07 annex C
(Flat cake)
Shelf 4: baking tray
Shelf 1: drip tray
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Table of Tested Recipes
The cooking table advises the ideal function and cooking temperature to ensure the best results with all
recipes. If you wish to cook on one shelf only using the convection bake function, place food on the third
shelf and select the temperature recommended for the "FORCED AIR" function when cooking on more
than one shelf.
The indications given in the table are intended without the use of the sliding runners. Conduct
tests without the sliding runners.
** When grilling food, leave a space of 3-4 cm at the front to facilitate removal from the oven
Energy efficiency class (in accordance with EN50304)
Use the relevant table to conduct tests
Energy consumption and preheating time
Select the function and carry out the test with only the " Preheating" option activated. ("Preheating yes")
Control accuracy test
Select the function and carry out the test with only the "Preheating" option deactivated.
(when preheating is selected, the oven intentionally creates a fluctuating temperature profile)
Recommended use and tips
How to read the cooking table:
The table indicates the best function to use for any given food, to be cooked on one or more shelves at
the same time. Cooking times start from the moment food is placed in the oven, excluding preheating
(where required). Cooking temperatures and times are purely for guidance and will depend on the amount
of food and type of accessory used. Use the lowest recommended values to begin with and, if the food is
not cooked enough, then move on to higher values. Use the accessories supplied and preferably dark
coloured metal cake tins and oven trays. You can also use pans and accessories in pyrex or stoneware, but
bear in mind that cooking times will be slightly longer. To obtain best results, carefully follow the advice
given in the cooking table for the choice of accessories (supplied) to be placed on the various shelves.
Cooking different foods at the same time
Using the "FORCED AIR" function, you can cook different foods which require the same cooking
temperature at the same time (for example: fish and vegetables), using different shelves. Remove the food
which requires less cooking time and leave food which requires longer cooking time in the oven.
Desserts
- Cook delicate desserts with the conventional function on one shelf only. Use dark coloured metal cake
tins and always position them on the wire shelf supplied. To cook on more than one shelf, select the
forced air function and stagger the position of the cake tins on the shelves, aiding optimum circulation
of the hot air.
- To check whether a raising cake is cooked, insert a wooden toothpick into the centre of the cake. If the
toothpick comes out clean, the cake is ready.
- If using non-stick cake tins, do not butter the edges as the cake may not rise evenly around the edges.
- If the cake "sinks" during cooking, set a lower temperature the next time, perhaps reducing the amount
of liquid in the mixture and mixing more gently.
- For sweets with moist fillings (cheesecake or fruit pies) use the "CONVECTION BAKE" function. If the
base of the cake is soggy, lower the shelf and sprinkle the bottom of the cake with breadcrumbs or
biscuit crumbs before adding the filling.
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Recommended use and tips
Meat
- Use any kind of oven tray or pyrex dish suited to the size of the piece of meat being cooked. For roast
joints, it is best to add some stock to the bottom of the dish, basting the meat during cooking for added
flavour.
Take great care, as this procedure generates very hot steam. When the roast is ready, let it rest in the
oven for another 10-15 minutes, or wrap it in aluminium foil.
- When you want to grill meat, choose cuts with an even thickness all over in order to achieve uniform
cooking results. Very thick pieces of meat require longer cooking times. To prevent the meat from
burning on the outside, lower the position of the wire shelf, keeping the food farther away from the
grill. Turn the meat two thirds of the way through cooking, taking care to avoid the steam when
opening the oven door.
To collect the cooking juices it is advisable to place a drip-tray with half a litre of water directly under
the grill on which the food is placed. Top-up when necessary.
Tips for dishes cooked using the traditional functions
Recipe
Shelf
(from bottom)
Recommended cooking
temperature (°C)
Recommended end
temperature for
meat probe(°C)
Roast beef rare
2/3
200 - 220
48
Roast beef medium
2/3
170 - 190
60
Roast beef well done
2/3
170 - 190
68
Roast turkey
1/2
150 - 170
75
Roast chicken
2/3
200 - 210
83
Roast pork
2/3
170 - 190
75
Roast veal
2/3
160 - 180
68
Rotisserie (only in some models)
Use this accessory to roast large pieces of meat and poultry. Fit the cradle on the second shelf level. Place
the meat on the rotisserie rod, tying it with kitchen string in the case of poultry, then secure both ends of
the meat with the two purpose-designed forks, ensuring the meat is secure on the rod. Insert the rod in
the aperture on the front wall of the oven and rest it on the support. To prevent smoke and to collect
cooking juices, it is advisable to place the drip-tray with at least half a litre of water on the first shelf. The
rod has a plastic handle which must be removed before starting cooking, and which can be used at the end
of cooking to avoid burns when taking the food out of the oven.
Pizza
Lightly grease the trays to ensure the pizza has a crispy base. Scatter the mozzarella over the pizza two
thirds of the way through cooking.
Rising function (present only in specific models)
It is always best to cover the dough with a damp cloth before placing it in the oven. Dough proving time
with this function is reduced by approximately one third compared to proving at room temperature
(20-25°C). Proving time for a 1 Kg batch of pizza dough is around one hour.
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