QuickStart Cooking Guide
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QuickStart
Cooking Guide
Use this Cooking Guide as a quick reference to the many cooking options of your new Advantium™ 120 oven. Refer to the Owner’s Manual for
details and even more options.
Speedcook
Always use non-stick metal tray
NOTE: For first-time oven use, the clock must be set before any cooking operation.
STEP 5 Turn the dial to select the amount,
size and/or doneness (if required, the oven will
prompt you). Press the dial after each selection.
STEP 6 Once the display shows “ADJUST TIME or START”
press the dial or press START/PAUSE pad to begin
cooking. The oven will signal and turn off when cooking
time is completed.
Speedcook is preprogrammed to cook over 175 dishes!
STEP 1
STEP 2
STEP 3
STEP 4
Press SPEEDCOOK pad.
FOOD MENU will be displayed. Press the dial to enter.
Turn the dial to select food type. Press the dial to enter.
Turn the dial again to select the specific food. Press the
dial to enter.
NOTE: CUSTOM SPEEDCOOK feature allows you to add, save, change and adjust
recipes as FAVORITE RECIPES. Refer to the Owner’s Manual for details.
Convection Baking
Always use non-stick metal tray
WITH
STEP 1
STEP 2
STEP 3
STEP 4
P R E H E AT I N G
Press BAKE/BROIL pad.
Turn the dial to select BAKE. Press to enter.
Turn the dial to select oven temperature and press to enter.
When the prompt shows "PREHEAT THE OVEN?" turn
the dial to YES. Press the dial or press START/PAUSE
pad to begin preheating. Do not place the food in the
oven. (You will be prompted to enter the cook time
when the oven is preheated.)
STEP 5 The oven will signal when the set temperature is reached.
Open the oven door and place the food in the oven.
W I T H O U T P R E H E AT I N G
STEP 1 Press BAKE/BROIL pad.
STEP 2 Turn the dial to select BAKE. Press to enter.
STEP 3 Turn the dial to select oven temperature and press to enter.
STEP 4 When the prompt shows "PREHEAT THE OVEN?" turn the
dial to NO. Press the dial to enter.
STEP 5 Open the oven door and place the food in the oven.
STEP 6 Close the oven door. Turn the dial to select the cooking
time and press the dial to enter. Press the dial again or
press START/PAUSE pad to begin cooking. The oven will
signal and turn off when cooking time is completed.
NOTE: If you do not open the door within 1 hour, the oven will turn off automatically.
NOTE: Cooking temperature can be adjusted during cooking. Touch the
POWER/TEMP pad. Turn the dial to the desired temperature. Press the dial to enter.
NOTE: When using BAKE for goods such as cakes, brownies, cookies, pies, rolls,
etc., check food at minimum cook time to prevent over-browning.
STEP 6 Close the oven door. Turn the dial to set the cooking
time, and press the dial or press START/PAUSE pad to
begin cooking. The oven will signal and turn off when
cooking time is completed.
Broiling or Toasting
WITH
STEP 1
STEP 2
STEP 3
P R E H E AT I N G
Press BAKE/BROIL pad.
Turn the dial to select BROIL or TOAST. Press dial to enter.
When the prompt shows "PREHEAT THE OVEN?" turn
the dial to YES. Press the dial or press START/PAUSE
pad to begin preheating. Do not place the food in the
oven. (You will be prompted to enter the cook time
when the oven is preheated.)
STEP 4 The oven will signal when the broil or toast temperature
is reached. Open the oven door and place the food in
the oven.
NOTE: If you do not open the door within 1 hour, the oven will turn off automatically.
STEP 5 Close the oven door. Turn the dial to set the cooking
time, and press the dial or press START/PAUSE pad to
begin cooking. The oven will signal and turn off when
cooking time is completed.
Always use aluminum pan on
the wire rack, placed on top
of the non-stick metal tray
W I T H O U T P R E H E AT I N G
STEP 1 Press BAKE/BROIL pad.
STEP 2 Turn the dial to select BROIL or TOAST. Press dial to enter.
STEP 3 When the prompt shows "PREHEAT THE OVEN?" turn
the dial to NO. Press the dial to enter.
STEP 4 Open the oven door and place the food in the oven.
STEP 5 Close the oven door. Turn the dial to select the cooking
time and press the dial to enter. Press the dial again or
press START/PAUSE pad to begin cooking. The oven
will signal and turn off when cooking time is completed.
Warming/Proofing
Always use non-stick metal tray
NOTE: The WARM feature will keep hot, cooked foods at serving temperature.
Always start with hot food.
NOTE: The PROOF feature automatically provides the
optimum temperature for proofing. It does not have a
temperature adjustment.
STEP 1 Press WARM/PROOF pad.
STEP 2 Turn the dial to select HOLD FOOD WARM. Press the
dial to enter.
STEP 3 Turn the dial to select the oven temperature. Press the
dial to enter.
LOW
140°–160°F
MEDIUM 160°–195°F
HIGH
195°–230°F
STEP 4 Turn the dial to select the level of moisture you want.
Select CRISP or MOIST. Press the dial to enter.
STEP 1 Place the dough to be proofed in a cooking utensil.
Place in oven and close the door.
STEP 2 Press WARM/PROOF pad.
STEP 3 Turn the dial to select PROOF BREAD. Press the dial
to enter. The oven starts proofing immediately and
displays the elapsed time.
Microwave Features
Always use glass tray
U S I N G P R E S E T M I C R O W AV E S E L E C T I O N S
STEP 1 Press Microwave COOK, DEFROST or REHEAT pad.
STEP 2 Turn the dial to the option you want to use (such as
Cook By Food Type). Press the dial to enter.
STEP 3 Turn the dial to find the food you want to cook, defrost
or reheat. Press the dial to enter.
STEP 4 Turn the dial to select your next option such as type,
amount, weight and/or size. (The oven will prompt you for
required selections.) Press the dial after each selection.
STEP 5 Press the dial or the START/PAUSE pad to begin cooking.
M I C R O W AV E E X P R E S S
Use this pad for 30 seconds of cooking time. The oven starts
immediately. Press EXPRESS pad again for additional 30-second
increments of microwave cooking. You can add or subtract
time by turning the dial.
NOTE: Microwave power levels can be adjusted during cooking. Touch the
POWER/TEMP pad. Turn the dial to the desired power level (PL10 is highest
setting). Press the dial to enter.
Food Placement
To ensure consistent and even browning when cooking foods directly on the non-stick metal tray, arrange food as shown. Food can
touch, but should not overlap.
Circular Pattern
(biscuits, cookies)
Side by Side
(meats, poultry)
Spoke Pattern
(crescent rolls, breadsticks)
Single Layer
(appetizers)
Cookware Suggestions
■ Place food or oven-safe cookware directly on the non-stick
metal tray when using SPEEDCOOK or BAKE/BROIL.
■ SPEEDCOOK cookware – The non-stick metal tray must be in
place. You can use non-metal casserole dishes, pie plates
and other heat-safe cookware. Place other cookware directly
on top of the metal tray. Never use metal cookware.
■ BAKE cookware – The non-stick metal tray must be in place.
You can use metal muffin pans, cake pans and other metal
cookware. Use the metal rack for 2-level baking. Metal
cookware can be used for BAKE cooking mode.
■ BROIL cookware – The non-stick metal tray must be in place.
Use the metal rack with aluminum tray to broil or toast. Metal
cookware can be used for BROIL cooking mode.
■ MICROWAVE cookware – The glass microwave tray should
always be in place for any microwave cooking mode. Be
sure to use cookware suitable for microwave cooking. Never
use metal cookware.
Refer to your Owner’s Manual for additional cookware
information.
Tips and Shortcuts
■ If you have entered an undesired selection at any time, press
the BACK pad and re-enter the desired selection. To review
settings anytime during cooking, press the dial.
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■ To add more cooking time after a cooking cycle is completed,
press START/PAUSE pad when you are prompted to "PUSH
START FOR MORE or REMOVE FOOD".
■ To repeat the last cooking cycle for multiple batches, press
CLEAR/OFF pad at the end of the cooking cycle. Touch and
hold the prior cooking pad for 3 seconds.
3840W5C009B
Pub. No. 49-40456 05-05 JR
© 2005 GE Company
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