steamer - Partmaster
M70STW09
STEAMER
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
1.
Read all instructions and retain this instruction manual.
2.
Do not touch hot surfaces. Use oven gloves when removing cover or handling hot
containers.
3.
Be careful, burns can occur from touching hot parts, hot water, steam or food.
4.
Position appliance away from walls and cabinets to prevent damage from steam.
5.
To prevent burns, remove lid slowly with the inside of the lid pointing away from
you and let the steam escape gradually.
6.
Use oven gloves or a cloth when removing the lid, rice bowl and steamer bowls.
7.
Do not reach over the appliance while it is generating steam.
8.
When checking food, use a long handled spoon or tongs.
9.
Always use sufficient water for the steaming time.
Safety Warnings
When using electrical appliances, basic safety precautions should always be followed,
including the following:
Before Use
Safety
10. Unplug the appliance when not in use. Unplug and allow it to cool before
cleaning.
Operation
11. To protect against electrical shock, do not immerse mains cable, mains plug or
base unit in water.
12. Close supervision is necessary when any appliance is used by or near
children.
13. Keep the appliance out of the reach of children when in use.
15. This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with
reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and
knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or instruction concerning
use of the appliances by a person responsible for their safety.
16. Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the
appliance.
17. Never immerse the appliance, mains cable or mains plug in water or any other
liquid.
Cleaning and
Maintenance
14. Do not operate appliance with a damaged mains cable or mains plug, or after
any appliance malfunctions or damage. Return appliance to authorised service
facility for repair.
18. Use the appliance on a stable, level work surface away from water.
19. Do not unplug the appliance by pulling on the mains cable.
20. If the mains cable is damaged it must be replaced by the manufacturer, its service
agent, or similarly qualified persons in order to avoid a hazard.
Others
21. Do not place the appliance or any part of the unit near a heat source or in an
oven.
GB-3
Safety Warnings
22. Do not allow the mains cable to hang over the edge of the work surface, as it
could be accidentally pulled.
23. Do not use the appliance if the appliance or mains cable is damaged.
24. Do not line the water basin with aluminium foil.
25. Do not use outdoors.
26. Use of accessory attachments not recommended.
27. Do not let mains cable touch hot surfaces.
28. Do not place near hot gas or electric burner or in heated oven.
Before Use
29. Caution when moving appliance containing hot food or other hot liquids.
30. Lift and open the cover carefully to avoid scalding, and allow water to drip into
the appliance.
31. Do not place the appliance directly under cabinets when operating as this
product produces large amounts of steam.
32. Some water will remain in the water basin after the steamer has turned off; this is
normal.
33. Do not use any steam parts in microwave or on heated surface.
Operation
34. Fill the water basin with water before plugging the mains cable otherwise the
appliance may be damaged.
35. Always fill the water basin between the Max. and Min. water level before
operation. Do not refill during operation as the hot water and steam will scald.
36. Let the appliance cool down for 30 mins before refilling the water or storing the
appliance.
Cleaning and
Maintenance
Others
GB-4
Before using this appliance ensure that the voltage of your electricity supply is suitable
for that indicated on the rating plate of the appliance.
Safety Warnings
Electrical Information
THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED.
This appliance is fitted with a fused three pin mains plug to BS 1363 which will be
suitable for use in all houses fitted with mains sockets to current specifications.
If the fitted mains plug is not suitable, remove the fuse and dispose of the mains plug
safely, immediately after removing it from the mains cable.
Fitting a new mains plug
Before Use
The ultimate disconnection from the power source is the mains plug. Always make
sure it is easily accessible to be unplugged in the event of an emergency.
If for any reason you need to fit a new mains plug, the mains cable must be connected
as shown here. The wires in the mains cable fitted to this appliance are coloured in
accordance with the following code:
If the colours of the wires in the mains
cable of this appliance do not correspond
with the coloured markings identifying
the terminals in your mains plug, proceed
as follows:
• Green and Yellow: MUST be connected
to the terminal which is marked with
or
the letter E (Earth) or symbol
coloured Green.
• Blue: MUST be connected to the
terminal which is marked with the
letter N (Neutral) or coloured Blue or Black.
Operation
CONNECT
BLUE TO
NEUTRAL (N)
CONNECT
BROWN TO
LIVE (L)
13 AMP FUSE
MAKE SURE THE OUTER
SHEATH OF THE MAINS
CABLE IS SECURELY HELD
BY THE CLAMP
• Brown MUST be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter L (Live)
or coloured Brown or Red.
Before refitting the mains plug cover, check that there are no cut or stray strands of
wire inside the mains plug. Only BSI or ASTA approved 13 Amp BS1362 fuses should
be used. If you are in any way unsure which mains plug or fuse to use, always refer to a
qualified electrician.
Others
After replacing or changing a fuse on a moulded mains plug
which has a fuse cover, the cover must be refitted to the mains
plug, the steamer must not be used without a fuse cover. If lost,
replacement fuse covers can be obtained from an electrical shop.
Cleaning and
Maintenance
The wire which is coloured
CONNECT GREEN AND YELLOW TO EARTH (E)
GB-5
Safety Warnings
Unpacking the Steamer
Remove all packaging from the steamer. Retain the packaging. If you dispose it please
do so according to local regulations.
Before Use
Lid With Steam Vent X1
part number
DWG-FS018-04
Steamer Bowl no. 1 X1
part number
DWG-FS018-03
Steamer Bowl no. 2 X1
part number
DWG-FS018-02
Steamer Bowl no. 3 X1
part number
DWG-FS018-01
M70STW09
STEAMER
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
Operation
Rice Bowl X 1
part number
DWG-FS010-15
Drip Tray X 1
part number
DWG-FS010-18
Instruction Manual X 1
part number
DWG-FS010-200
If items are missing or damaged, please contact Partmaster (UK only).
Tel: 0870 6001 338 for assistance.
Before the First Use
Cleaning and
Maintenance
1.
Remove the steamer and all accessories
from the packing. Peel off any adhesive labels.
2.
Wash the lid, rice bowl, steamer bowls and drip tray
in warm, soapy water before first use. Rinse and dry
thoroughly. Do not immerse the base in water.
3.
Wipe the inside of the water basin with a damp
cloth.
4.
Check that the voltage rating on the base
corresponds to the mains voltage in your home.
Others
GB-6
Safety Warnings
General Description & Assembly Diagram
The 3 steam bowls
must be stacked in
the sequence shown
in the diagram.
Lid With Steam Vents
Before Use
Steamer Bowl no. 3
Steamer Bowl no. 2
Operation
Rice Bowl
Drip Tray: collect juices
Base
Max Water
Level Marking
Water Basin
Cleaning and
Maintenance
Steamer Bowl no. 1
With Integrated Egg
Holders
Min Water Level
Marking
Heating Element
ON Indicator (GREEN)
60 Mins. Timer Switch
GB-7
Others
Power Indicator
(RED)
Safety Warnings
To Use
1.
Place the steamer on a flat, sturdy surface away from
walls and overhanging cupboards.
2.
Pour in cold water into the water basin. Do not
exceed the maximum mark or less than the
minimum mark.
Before Use
Do not add any salt, pepper, seasonings, herbs,
wine, sock or any liquid other than tap water to
the water basin.
3.
Place drip tray in base and be sure it sits flat.
4.
Using the rice bowl.
a) Place a steamer bowl on the base.
b) Place 1 volume of rice and 1.5 volume of water in
the rice bowl (220 grams rice max, 330ml water).
Operation
c) Place the rice bowl in the steamer bowl.
5.
Cover the steamer bowl with the lid.
6.
Plug the steamer into the mains socket. The Power
indicator (RED) will illuminate. Do not operate the
steamer without the steaming bowl and lid in place.
Make sure that the steamer is correctly assembled before
using. Never use other bowls and parts other than those
specially designed for use with the steamer.
Cleaning and
Maintenance
7.
Set the time for cooking the food according to the
recipes on page 12–15. The ON indicator (GREEN)
will illuminate and after a while the steaming will
begin. Condensation during steaming is normal .
The timer operates regardless of whether the
steamer is plugged into the mains socket or not.
Be sure the ON indicator light illuminates when
setting the timer.
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During the operation do not touch the base, bowls
or lid as they get very hot.
GB-8
MAXIMUM
LEVEL
When the steaming is complete, the timer will give a single bell and ON indicator
will go off. The steamer will then switch off automatically.
Safety Warnings
8.
To prevent burns, always use oven gloves or a cloth when removing the lid or
steaming bowls as hot steam will escape. Remove the lid slowly with the inside
of the lid pointing away from you and let the steam escape gradually. Hold the
lid over the steamer to allow the condensation to drain into the steamer.
9.
In order to prevent foods from being overcooked, turn the time to off position
and unplug the steamer immediately. Remove the steamer bowl, use a cloth, and
place it on a plate or on the reversed lid. If you have used the rice bowl, remove
this carefully, holding it by the sides.
Before Use
Do not reach into the steamer while steaming. If you need to check on cooking
progress, use a long handled utensil.
10. After use, unplug the steamer and allow it to cool completely before putting it
away.
• Steaming times stated in the charts and recipes are intended as a guide. If you have
followed the instructions and the food is still not sufficiently cooked, simply steam
for a little longer until satisfied.
• A single layer of food steams faster than several layers. Therefore, the cooking time
for a larger quantity of food will be increased, for example 2lb of cauliflower florets
will need longer to steam than 1lb.
Operation
Useful Hints And Tips
• Do not crowd food in the steaming basket or rice bowl. Arrange the food with
spaces between the pieces to allow for maximum steam flow.
• When steaming large quantities of food, remove the lid about halfway through the
steaming time and stir using a long handled utensil, protecting your hands from the
steam with oven gloves.
• Never steam meat, poultry or seafood from frozen. Always thaw completely first.
Cleaning and
Maintenance
• For best results, be sure pieces of food are similar in size. If pieces vary in size and
layering is required, place the smaller pieces on the top.
• All the times stated in the Steaming Charts and Recipes are based on the use of cold
water, but to slightly reduce the steaming time you may use warm (but not boiling)
water to start.
• Always place the largest pieces of food with the longest cooking time in the lower
bowl.
• You may place a different food in the upper and lower bowl, but as condensation
will drip from the upper bowl be sure the flavours compliment each other.
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Others
• The rice bowl is an ideal container for steaming other foods such as fruit, vegetables,
vegetable pates, puddings. etc.
Safety Warnings
• While steaming meat or poultry and vegetables, always place the meat or poultry
in the lower bowl so that juices from raw or partially cooked meat cannot drip onto
other food.
• Steaming times for food in the upper bowl are usually slightly longer so allow a
minimum of extra 5 minutes.
• If you are cooking food with different cooking times, place the food that requires
the longest cooking time in the lowest basket and start cooking it first. When the
timer reaches the setting for the next basket of food, remove the lid using oven
gloves or a cloth, and add the basket to the stack on the power base. Replace the lid.
Before Use
• Cover with the lid and continue steaming.
Operation
Cleaning and
Maintenance
Others
GB-10
Safety Warnings
Care And Maintenance
Cleaning Your Steamer
• Never immerse the base, mains cable or mains plug in water.
• Do not clean any part of the steamer with abrasive cleaners e.g. scouring powders,
scouring pads, wire wool, washing soda, or bleach.
• Do not clean clear plastic bowls with the abrasive pad of a cleaning sponge.
• We recommended washing the lid, rice bowl and drip tray in hot water and
washing-up liquid. Rinse and dry thoroughly.
• Empty the water basin and change the water after each use.
Before Use
• Unplug at the mains socket and leave the steamer to cool completely for min. 30
minutes before cleaning.
• Do not immerse the base in water. Fill the water basin with warm, soapy water and
wipe with a cloth. Rinse thoroughly. Descale the interior after every 7 to 10 uses
(see direction below).
Descaling The Water Basin
• After 7 to 10 uses in hard water areas, scale deposits may build up on the heating
element. This is a normal process and the build-up will depend on the degree of
water hardness in your area. It is essential the steamer is descaled regularly to
maintain steam production and extend the life of the steamer.
Fill the water basin and the heating element compartment with white vinegar or
vinegar water up to the maximum mark.
Do not use any other chemical or a proprietary descaler.
2.
Plug the steamer in at the mains socket. The drip tray, lid and rice bowl are not
used during this procedure.
3.
Set the timer to 20-25 minutes.
Cleaning and
Maintenance
1.
Operation
• Wipe the base with a damp cloth.
4.
When timer rings, unplug the steamer from the mains socket and allow it to cool
completely before pouring out the vinegar.
5.
Rinse the water basin several times with cold water.
GB-11
Others
If the vinegar begins to boil over the edge of the base, switch off
the timer and unplug it. Reduce the quantity of vinegar slightly.
Safety Warnings
Recipes
• Steaming times stated in the charts and recipes are intended as a guide. If you have
followed the instructions and the food is still not sufficiently cooked, simply steam
for a little longer until satisfied.
• The steaming times are all based on food cooked in the lower bowl, unless
specifically stated otherwise. Food cooked in the upper bowl may take slightly
longer to cook.
Before Use
• All times stated in the charts and recipes are based on the use of cold water.
Adding More Water During Cooking
For recipes with long cooking times, reset the timer and top up with more water.
When refilling, always switch off the steamer first and empty the drip tray carefully
as the liquid may be hot. Add sufficient warm water (but not boiling water) for the
remaining time.
Vegetables
Operation
• Cut off thick stems from cauliflower, broccoli and cabbage.
• Steam leafy, green vegetables for the shortest possible time as they loose colour
easily.
• Salt and season vegetables after steaming for best results.
• Frozen vegetables should not be thawed before steaming.
Food
Type
Quantity
Steam Times
Special Notes
Cleaning and
Maintenance
Artichokes
Fresh
3 Med.
45-50 minutes
Cut off base.
Asparagus
Fresh
400g
13-15 minutes
Frozen
400g
16-18 minutes
Lie flat in basket
crisis cross 2nd layer
to allow steam flow.
Baby
Sweetcorn
Fresh
230g
30-35 minutes
Stir halfway through
steam time.
Beans, Green
Fresh,
400g
38-40minutes
Whole Frozen
400g
25-28minutes
Stir halfway through
steam time.
Fresh, slices
400g
45-50 minutes
Stir halfway through
steam time.
Fresh, florets
Frozen
400g
16-18 minutes
400g
15-18 minutes
Remove stalk. Stir
halfway through
steam time.
Fresh, sliced
400g
35-40 minutes
Beans,
Runner
Broccoli
Others
Cabbage
GB-12
Stir halfway through
steam time.
Quantity
Steam Times
Special Notes
Fresh. 1/4 in
slices
400g
20-22 minutes
Stir always through
steam time.
Cauliflower
Fresh, florets
Frozen
400g
400g
16-18 minutes
18-20 minutes
Stir halfway through
steam time.
Courgettes
Fresh, 1/4 in
slices
400g
15-18 minutes
Stir halfway through
steam time.
Mushrooms,
Button
Fresh
200g
12-15 minutes
Stir halfway through
steam time. Use
stock for gravy, sauce
or stock.
Peas
Frozen
400g
15-18 minutes
Stir halfway through
steam time.
Potatoes,
New
Fresh, very
small
400g
20-22 minutes
Turn each
potato over halfway
through cooking.
Spinach
Fresh Frozen
250g
8-10 minutes
400g
18-20 minutes
Operation
Carrots
Safety Warnings
Type
Before Use
Food
Rice/Grains
• If you prefer stickier rice, remove the drip tray.
• Use the rice bowl and add the required quantity of liquid together with the rice.
Rice
Pudding
Water
Level
Steam Time
White
easy
cook
200g
1 cup/ 0.3L
20 minutes
Serves 2
400g
3 cups/ 0.6L
30 minutes
Serves 4
Brown
200g
1 cup/ 0.3L
35 minutes
Serves 3
100g rice 1 pt / 0.5L
+30g
warm milk
caster
sugar
75 minutes
Reset timer after
60 mins and add
more water to
Max level.
Pudding
rice
Special Notes
Cleaning and
Maintenance
Rice
Quantity
Rice or
Grain
Type
Others
Food
GB-13
Safety Warnings
Fish And Seafood
• Fish is cooked when it is opaque and flakes easily with a fork.
• Frozen fish may be steamed without defrosting if separated before steaming and
the cooking time is extended.
• Add lemon wedges and herbs while steaming to improve flavour.
Food
Fish, Fillets
Type
Quantity
Steam Time
Frozen Fresh
250g
10-12 minutes
Before Use
Fish, 3/4 In
Cod, salmon
Thick Steaks Tuna
250g
6-8 minutes
250/400g
10-12 minutes
Special Notes
Operation
12-15 minutes
Fresh
400g
See notes
Layer shells for
maximum. Steam
flow. Steaming is
done when shells are
completely open.
Lobster,
Tails
Fresh
2 tails
20-22 minutes
Meat will be opaque
when done. Cook
longer if necessary.
Mussels
Fresh
400g
8-10 minutes
Steaming is done
when shells
completely open.
Oysters
Fresh
6
16-10 minutes
Steaming is done
when shells
completely open.
Scallops
Fresh
400g
8-10 minutes
Stir halfway through
steam time. Meat
opaque and flaky
when done.
Cleaning and
Maintenance
250/400g
Clams
Others
GB-14
• Steaming has the advantage of allowing all the fat to drip away during cooking.
Due to the gentle heat only choose tender lean cuts of meat and trim off all fat.
Meat suitable for grilling is ideal for steaming.
Safety Warnings
Meat And Poultry
• Serve steamed meat and poultry with flavoursome sauces or marinade before
steaming.
• Thoroughly cook all food before serving. Pierce with a knife or skewer to check that
the centre is cooked and juices run clear.
Before Use
• Sausages must be completely cooked before steaming.
• Use fresh herbs while steaming to add flavour.
Quantity
Steam Time
250g
8-10 minutes
Special Notes
Trim off all fat.
Boneless
breast
4 pieces
12-15 minutes
Remove skin before
cooking. Layer for
maximum steam
flow.
Drumsticks
4 pieces
20-25 minutes
After steaming
brown skin under
grill, if desired.
Chops with
or without
bone
4 chops
(in thick)
10-15 minutes
Trim off all fat.
Loin cut into
pieces
400g
10-15 minutes
Trim off all fat.
Pork
Tenderloin,
fillet, loin
steaks or loin
chops
400g or
4 pieces
(in thick)
5-10 minutes
Trim off all fat.
Sausages
Frankfurters
400g
15 minutes
(Pre-Cooked) Knockwurst
400g
10 minutes
Lamb
Operation
Steamed beef has a
firm texture.
Cleaning and
Maintenance
Chicken
Type
In slices of
rump, sirloin
or fillet steak
Pierce skins before
steaming.
Others
Food
Beef
GB-15
Safety Warnings
Technical Specification
Model
M70STW09
Mains supply
230V ~ 50Hz AC only
NOTE: If you require a replacement for any of the items listed below, please
quote their corresponding part numbers:
Before Use
Replacement Part
Part Number
Lid With Steam Vent
DWG-FS018-04
Steam Bowl no. 1
DWG-FS018-03
Steam Bowl no. 2
DWG-FS018-02
Steam Bowl no. 3
DWG-FS018-01
Rice Bowl
DWG-FS010-15
Drip Tray
DWG-FS010-18
Instruction Manual
DWG-FS010-200
Operation
Cleaning and
Maintenance
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retailer where you purchased the product.
Others
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