LG | MS2043DB | LG MS2043DB Owner’s Manual

HINDI
OWNER'S MANUAL
MICROWAVE
OVEN
Please read this manual carefully before operating
your set and retain it for future reference.
MS2043DB
MFL70580001
Rev.00_26022018
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Contents / fo"k; lwph
Contents / fo"k; lwph .......................................................................................................................................
Important Safety Instructions / egRoiw.kZ lqj{kk funsZ'k ............................................................................................
Safety Precautions / lqj{kk lko/kkfu;k¡ .................................................................................................................
Unpacking & Installing / [kksyuk vkSj LFkkfir djuk ...............................................................................................
Child Lock / pkbYM ykWd ..................................................................................................................................
Micro Power Cooking / ekbØks ikoj esa idkuk .....................................................................................................
Micro Power Level / ekbØks ikoj Lrj .................................................................................................................
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3~7
8
9~10
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11~12
12
Add 30 Secs / ,M 30 lsdsUM~l ......................................................................................................................... 13
Energy Saving / ÅtkZ dh cpr ......................................................................................................................... 13
Various Cook Functions / fofHkUu dqd dk;Ziz.kkfy;k¡ .............................................................................................. 14
Indian Rasoi
Indian Cuisine /bfUM;u D;qt+hu ......................................................................................................................... 15~16
Sweet Corner / LohV dkWuZj .............................................................................................................................. 16~17
24 Hours
Breakfast / czsdQkLV ........................................................................................................................................ 18~19
Snacks / LuSDl ............................................................................................................................................... 19~20
Child's Favourite / pkbYM~l QsofjV ................................................................................................................... 20~21
Health Plus / gSYFk Iyl .................................................................................................................................. 22
Utility Corner / ;wVhfyVh dkWuZj ........................................................................................................................ 23
List of Ingredients / lkexzh dh fyLV .................................................................................................................. 24~25
To Clean Your Oven / vkids vksou dh lQkbZ ..................................................................................................... 26
Question & Answers / ç'u vkSj mÙkj ................................................................................................................. 26~27
Two Recipes for Starter / uoflf[k, ds fy, nks O;atu ............................................................................................ 27
How the Microwave Function Works / ekbØksoso ç.kkyh fdl rjg dk;Z djrh gS
Microwaves are a form of energy similar to radio, television waves, and ordinary daylight. Normally, microwaves spread
outwards as they travel through the atmosphere and disappear without effect.
This oven, however, has a magnetron that is designed to make use of the energy in microwaves. Electricity, supplied to
the magnetron tube, is used to create microwave energy.
jsfM;ks] Vsyhfot+u rjaxksa vkSj fnu ds lkekU; çdk'k dh rjg gh ekbØksoso Hkh ÅtkZ dk gh ,d :i gSA vkerkSj ij ekbØksoso dh ;s ÅtkZ rjaxs ckgj dh
rjQ gh çlkfjr gksrh gSa D;ksafd os okrkoj.k esa pkfyr gksrh gSa vkSj varr% çHkkoghu gks dj xk;c gks tkrh gSaA bl vksou esa ,d eSXusVªkWu gksrk gS tks fd
ekbØksosOl esa lekfgr ÅtkZ dks mi;ksx esa ykus dk dk;Z djrk gSA eSXusVªkWu Vîwc esa çokfgr fo|qr] ekbØksoso ÅtkZ dk fuekZ.k djrh gSA
These microwaves enter the cooking area through openings inside the oven. A tray is located inside the oven.
Microwaves cannot pass through metal walls of the oven, but they can penetrate such materials as glass, porcelain and
paper, the materials out of which microwave-safe cooking dishes are constructed.
;s ekbØksosOl vksou ds ek/;e ls dqfdax ,fj;k esa vUnj dh rjQ iz;ksx esa yk;s tkrs gSaA vksou ds Hkhrj ,d Vªs gksrh gS tks eq[; mi;ksx esa vkrh gSA
ekbØksosOl vksou ds pkjksa vksj dh /kkrq ls cuh nhokjksa dks ikj ugha dj ikrh gSa ijUrq os vius vklikl dh oLrq,a tSls Xykl] iksjlyhu vkSj dkxt+
lfgr lqj{kk dks /;ku esa j[k dj cuk;s x, vU; /kkrq ds cjruksa esa çokfgr gks tkrh gSaA
Microwaves do not heat cookware, though cooking vessels will eventually get hot from the heat generated by the food.
ewy:i ls ekbØksosOl [kkus ds crZuksa dks xeZ ugha djrk cfYd ;s crZu xeZ gq, Hkkstu dh xjekgV ls vkf[kjdkj xeZ gks gh tkrs gSaA
A very safe appliance / vfr&ljqf{kr midj.k
Your Microwave oven, is one of the safest of all home appliances. When the door is opened, the
oven automatically stops producing microwaves. Microwave energy is converted completely to
heat when it enters food, leaving no left over energy to harm you when you eat your food.
ekbØksoso vksou vkids lHkh ?kjsyw midj.kksa esa ls lcls vf/kd lqjf{kr gksrk gSA tc }kj [kqyk gksrk gS rc vksou vius
vki gh ekbØksosOl Hkstuk can dj nsrk gSA tc ;s ekbØksoso [kkus ds lkeku esa çokfgr gksrh gSa rks os iwjh rjg ls Å".krk
esa ifjofrZr gks tkrh gSa vkSj bl Hkkstu dks tc vki xzg.k djrs gSa rks ^^ckdh cph** ÅtkZ ls vkids LokLF; ij dksbZ Hkh
gkfudkjd çHkko ugha iM+rkA
2
Important Safety Instructions / egRoiw.kZ lqj{kk funsZ'k
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS/READ
CAREFULLY AND KEEP FOR FUTURE REFERENCE
egRoi.wkZ ljq{kk fun'Zsk@/;ku ls i<as+ vkjS
Hkfo"; ds lnaHkZ ds fy, j[kas
Read and follow all instructions before using your oven to prevent the risk of f re, electric shock, personal injury, or damage when
using the oven. This guide does not cover all possible conditions that may occur. Always contact your service agent or
manufacturer about problems that you do not understand.
—i;k vkxs ds lUnHkksaZ ij utj MkysasA vksou dk bLrseky djrs le; vkx yxus ;k fo|qr dk >Vdk yxus] O;fäxr rkSj ij nq?kZVuk vkSj {kfr ls cpus
ds fy, mi;ksx esa ykus ds iwoZ lHkh funsZ'k i<+sa vkSj mudk ikyu djsaA ;g fn'kk&funsZ'k lHkh laHkkfor n'kkvksa dk o.kZu ugha djrh tks vksou ij dk;Z
djrs le; gks ldrh gSaA fdlh Hkh ,l
s h leL;k ds nkjSku tc vki fLFkfr dks le>us eas vleFkZ gk]as vki lnoS vius lfol
Z ,tVas ;k fuekrZk ls liadZ djAas
WARNING / psrkouh
This is the safety alert symbol. This symbol alerts you to potential hazards that can kill or hurt you and others. All safety
messages will follow the safety alert symbol and either the word WARNING or CAUTION. These word means:
;g lqj{kk&lpsrd fpUg gSaA ;g fpUg vkidks laHkkfor lHkh [krjksa ds çfr lpsr djrk gS tks fd vkidh ;k nwljksa dh tku ys ldrs gSa ;k
mudks ?kk;y dj ldrs gSaA lHkh lqj{kk lans'k lqj{kk lpsrd fpUgksa ;k ^^okfuaZx** ;k ^^dkW'ku** ds ckn fy[ks gq, gSaA bu 'kCnksa dk vFkZ gS%
WARNING / psrkouh
This symbol will alert you to hazards or unsafe practices which could cause serious bodily harm or death.
;g fpUg vkidks [krjksa ;k vlqjf{kr rjhds ls dk;Z djrs le; gksus okyh 'kkjhfjd nq?kZVukvksa ;k e`R;q vkfn dh vk'kadkvksa ls lpsr
djrk gSA
CAUTION / lko/kkuh
This symbol will alert you to hazards or unsafe practices which could cause bodily injury or property damage.
;g fpUg vkidks [krjksa ;k vlqjf{kr rjhds ls dk;Z djrs le; gksus okyh 'kkjhfjd nq?kZVukvksa ;k laifÙk laca/kh vU; fdlh {kfr dh
vk'kadkvksa ls lpsr djrk gSA
WARNING / psrkouh
1
Do not attempt to tamper with, or make any adjustments or repairs to the door, door seals, control panel, safety interlock
switches or any other part of the oven which would involve the removal of any cover protecting against exposure to
microwave energy. Do not operate the oven if the door seals and adjacent parts of the microwave oven are faulty. Repairs
should only be undertaken by a qualified service technician.
vksou ds }kj] }kj dh lhy] daVªksy iSuy] ls¶Vh baVjykWd fLopsl ;k mldk dksbZ vU; fgLlk tks fd ekbØksoso ÅtkZ dks ckgj
fudyus ls jksddj lqjf{kr djrk gks] ls NsM+NkM+ u djsa u gh fdlh çdkj dk tksM+rksM+ ;k lq/kkj djsaA }kj ;k mlls tqM+s fdlh fgLls
esa dksbZ [kjkch vkus dh n'kk esa vksou dk mi;ksx u djsaA bldh ejEer dk dke flQZ lfoZl VsDuhf'k;u ds ek/;e ls gh djok,aA

Unlike other appliances, the microwave oven is a high-voltage and a high electrical-current piece of equipment. Improper
use or repair could result in harmful exposure to excessive microwave energy or in electric shock.
midj.kksa dh rqyuk esa ekbØksoso vksou ,d mPp {kerk dk mPp fo|qr rjax okyk midj.k gSA bldk xyr rjhds ls bLrseky ;k ejEer djus
ls vR;f/kd ek=k dh ekbØksoso ÅtkZ dk gkfudkjd çHkko ;k fo|qr ds >Vds dk [k+rjk gks ldrk gSA
2
Do not use the oven for the purpose of dehumidification. (ex. Operating the microwave oven with wet
newspapers, clothes, toys, electric devices, pet or child etc.)
fM&áwfefMfQds'ku ds fy, bldk bLrseky u djsaA ¼mnk- xhys v[kckj] f[kykSuksa] fo|qr midj.kksa] ikyrw i'kq ;k cPpksa ds lkFk vksou
dks u pyk;sa½

It can be the cause of serious damage to safety such as a fire, a burn or a sudden death due to an electric shock.
;g vkx] tyuk ;k fo|qr ds >Vds ls gksus okyh vdLekr~ e`R;q tSlh xaHkhj lqj{kk&{kfr dk dkj.k Hkh cu ldrk gSA
WARNING / psrkouh
3
The appliance is not intended for use by young children or elderly persons. Only allow children to use the oven without
supervision when adequate instructions have been given so that the child is able to use the oven in a safe way and
understands the hazards of improper use.
bl midj.k dks NksVs cPpksa ;k o`) yksxksa ds iz;ksx djus ds mís'; ls ugha cuk;k x;k gSA cM+s cPpksa dks gh bls pykus nsa og Hkh flQZ
i;kZIr tkudkjh vkSj fn'kk&funsZ'k nsus ds ckn gh rkfd os bls xyr rjhds ls bLrseky djus ds [krjksa ds çfr lrdZ gksdj bls
lqj{kkiwoZd mi;ksx esa yk ldsaA
3
Important Safety Instructions / egRoiw.kZ lqj{kk funsZ'k

Improper use may cause damage such as a fire, electric shock or burn.
vuqfpr mi;ksx ls {kfr gks ldrh gS] tSlsfd vkx yxuk] fctyh dk >Vdk yxuk ;k tyukA
4
Accessible parts may become hot during use. Young children should be kept away.
blds bLrseky ds nkSjku Li'kZ esa vkus yk;d blds lHkh fgLls xeZ gks ldrs gSaA NksVs cPpksa dks nwj j[kuk vko';d gSA

They may get a burn.
blls tyus dks [krjk gSA
WARNING / psrkouh
5
Liquids or other foods must not be heated in sealed containers since they are liable to explode. Remove the plastic
wrapping from food before cooking or defrosting. Note though that in some cases food should be covered with plastic
film, for heating or cooking.
can crZuksa esa rjy ;k vU; Hkkstu blds vUnj xeZ u fd,a tk,a D;ksafd mues foLQksV gks ldrk gSA [kkuk cukrs le; ;k Mh&Ý‚LV
djrs le; crZu dk eaqg can djus okyh IykfLVd dh f>Yyh vkfn vo'; fudky ysaA dqN ekeyksa esa xje djus ;k cukus ds fy,
[kkus dks IykfLVd dh f>Yyh ls can djds blesa j[kk tkuk pkfg,A

They could burst.
mlesa foLQksV gks ldrk gSA
WARNING / psrkouh
6
Do not operate your oven if it is damaged. It is particularly important that the oven door closes properly and that there is no
damage to the: (1) door(bent), (2) hinges and latches (broken or loosened), (3) door seals and sealing surfaces.
vksou ;fn {kfrxzLr gS rks bldks u pyk,aA ;g fo'ks"k :i ls egRoiw.kZ gS fd vksou ds }kj Bhd ls can gksa vkSj buesa ls dksbZ ¼1½ }kj ¼eqM+sa½] ¼2½
dCts vkSj fpVduh ¼VwVh ;k <hyh½] ¼3½ }kj lhy vkSj lhfyax ry {kfrxzLr u gksA
It could result in harmful exposure to excessive microwave energy.
vf/kd le; rd Hkkstu vUnj jgus ij mles vkx Hkh yx ldrh gS vkSj vksou dks Hkh uqdlku igaqp ldrk gSA
7
Be certain to use proper accessories on each operation mode.
vksou ds fdlh Hkh rjg ds mi;ksx ds fy, mfpr midj.kksa dk bLrseky djsaA

Improper use could result in damage to your oven and accessories, or could make spark and a fire.
blds xyr rjhds ls bLresky ls vkosu vkjS vkids midj.kkas dk ud
q lku ;k fo|rq LikdZ ;k vkx yxus dk [kr+jk gks ldrk gAS
8

The children should not allow to play with accessories or hang down from the door handle.
cPpksa dks bldh ,Dlsljht ls [ksyus ;k blds njokts ij yVdus ls euk fd;k tkuk pkfg,A
They may get hurt.
mUgsa pksV yxus dk [krjk gSA
9
It is hazardous for anyone other than a competent person to carry out any service or repair operation that involves the removal of a
cover which gives protection against exposure to microwave energy.
fdlh Hkh O;fä dks tks fd vksou dk rduhd fo'ks"kK u gks] vksou esa fdlh Hkh çdkj dh ejEer ;k fdlh Hkh rjg dk tksM+rksM+ djus ls eukgh
gksuh pkfg, rkfd ekbØksoso ÅtkZ ls cpkus ds fy, yxs gq, doj viuh txg ls u fgysaA
10 When the appliance is operated in the combination mode, children should only use the oven under adult supervision due to
the temperatures generated.
tc vksou dk dkWfEcus'ku eksM+ esa bLrseky gks jgk gks rks cPps flQZ cM+ksa ds funsZ'ku dsa gh bldk bLrseky djsa D;ksafd bl le; vR;f/kd rki
mRiUu gksrk gS tks muds fy, ?kkrd fl) gks ldrk gSA
CAUTION / lko/kkuh
1
You cannot operate your oven with the door open due to the safety interlocks built into the door mechanism. It is
important not to tamper with the safety interlocks.
blds njoktksa ij yxs ls¶Vh baVjykWDl ds dkj.k vki blds }kj [kksy dj bldks ugha pyk ldrsA ;s cgqr t:jh gS fd ls¶Vh baVjykWaDl ds
lkFk fdlh rjg dh NsM+NkM+ u dh tk,A
It could result in harmful exposure to excessive microwave energy. (Safety interlocks automatically switch off any cooking
activity when the door is opened).
blesa iSnk gksus okyh vR;f/kd ekbØksoso ÅtkZ ds dkj.k ;s [krjs dh otg Hkh cu ldrs gSaA ¼tc vksou ds }kj [kqys gksrs gSa rks ls¶Vh baVjykWDl
vius vki fuf"Ø; gks dj [kkuk cukus ;k xje djus dk dk;Z can dj nsrs gSaA½
2
Do not place any object (such as kitchen towels, napkins, etc.) between the oven front face and the door or allow food or
cleaner residue to accumulate on sealing surfaces.
vksou ds }kj vkSj ços'k }kj ds lkeus dksbZ lkeku ¼tSls fdpu V‚oy ;k uSifdu bR;kfn½ u j[ksa u gh fdlh rjg ds [kkus ;k lQkbZ djus okys
lkeku ds vo'ks"k ;gka jgus nsaA
It could result in harmful exposure to excessive microwave energy.
,slk djuk vR;f/kd ÅtkZ ds çokg ls [krjk iSnk dj ldrk gSaA
4
Important Safety Instructions / egRoiw.kZ lqj{kk funsZ'k
3
Please ensure cooking times are correctly set, small amounts of food require shorter cooking or heating time.
dqfdax Vkbe dks fuf'pr le; ds fy, lgh lsV djsaA de ek=k okys Hkkstu dks idkus ds fy, de le; yxrk gSA
Over cooking may result in the food catching on fire and subsequent damage to you r oven.
vko';drk ls vf/kd le; rd dqfdax ls vkx yx ldrh gS vkSj vkids vksou dks {kfr igqap ldrh gSA
4
When heating liquids, e.g. soups, sauces and beverages in your microwave oven,
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*
*
Avoid using straight sided containers with narrow necks.
Do not overheat.
Stir the liquid before placing the container in the oven and again halfway through the heating time.
After heating, let it stand in the oven for a short time; stir or shake it again carefully and check the temperature of it
before consuming to avoid burns (especially, contents of feeding bottles and baby food jars).
lwi] lkWlst vkSj is; inkFkkZsa dks tc ekbØksosOk vksou esa xeZ djus ds fy, j[ksa]
* NksVh xnZu okys lh/ks [kM+sa ik= blesa j[kus ls cpsaA
* vko';drk ls vf/kd le; rd ghfVax u djsaA
* rjy inkFkZ ds Hkxksus dks blesa j[kus ls igys fgyk,a vkSj ghfVax ds nkSjku vk/ks le; ds ckn fQj ls ckgj fudky dj fgyk ysa] fQj vUnj
j[ksaA
* ghfVax ds ckn dqN le; vki mls vUnj gh jgus nsa fQj bl Hkkstu dks xzg.k djus ls igys bls lko/kkuhiwoZd fgyk ysa] ;k peps ls pyk ysa
rkfd vki bldh m".krk dk vuqeku dj bls [kk/ih ldsa vkSj vkidk eaqg tyus ls cp lds ¼fo'ks"k rkSj ij cPps dks [kkuk f[kykus okyk
ik= ;k nw/k fiykus okyh cksry½A
Be careful when handling the container. Microwave heating of beverages can result in delayed eruptive boiling
without evidence of bubbling. This could result in hot liquids suddenly boiling over.
Hkxksus dks blls fudkyrs le; idM+us esa lko/kkuh j[ksaA ekbØksoso esa tyh; inkFkksaZ dks xeZ gksus ij dbZ ckj os nsj ls vkSj fcuk cqycqys fn,
vpkud mcy tkrs gSaA blls tyus dk [k+rjk iSnk gks ldrk gSA
5
An exhaust outlet is located on the top, bottom or side of the oven. Don t block the outlet.
bldh Åijh lrg ij] cxy esa ;k uhps ,d ,Xt‚LV }kj gksrk gSA bl }kj dks lnk [kqyk j[ksaA
It could result in damage to your oven and poor cooking results.
blls vkids vksou dks {kfr igqap ldrh gS vkSj [kkuk Hkh Bhd ls ugha idsxkA
6
Do not operate the oven when empty. It is best to leave a glass of water in the oven when not in use. The water will safely
absorb all microwave energy, if the oven is accidentally started.
vksou [kkyh gksus dh n'kk esa pkyw u djsaA ;s csgrj gksxk fd tc vksou dk bLrseky u gks jgk gks rks ,d Xykl ikuh Hkjdj blesa j[ksaA blls tc
Hkh dHkh xyrh ls vksou pkyw gks tk, rks ;s ikuh bldh lkjh xehZ dks vius vUnj vo'kksf"kr dj ysxk vkSj nq?kZVuk dk [k+rjk ugh jgsxkA
Improper use could result in damage to your oven.
xyr rjhds ls vksou dk bLrseky djus ls vksou dks uqdlku igqap ldrk gSA
7
Do not cook food wrapped in paper towels, unless your cook book contains instructions for the food you are cooking. And
do not use newspaper in place of paper towels for cooking.
isij V‚oy ls fyiVk dj [kkuk u cuk,a u xje djsa tc rd fd vkidh Hkkstu fuekZ.k dh iqLrd esa dqN bl rjg dk fo'ks"k funsZ'k u fn;k x;k
gksA vkSj bl n'kk esa Hkh isij V‚oy dh txg ?kjsyw v[kckj bLrseky u djsaA
Improper use can cause an explosion or a fire.
xyr rjhds ls vksou dk bLrseky djus ls vkx yx ldrh gSA
8
Do not use wooden containers and ceramic containers that have metallic (e.g. gold or silver) inlays. Always remove metal
twist ties. Check that the utensils are suitable for use in microwave ovens before use.
fljsfed vkSj ydM+h ds cus Hkxksus ftues van:uh lrg /kkrq dh cuh gks] blesa u j[ksaA ;s igys ns[k ysa fd vkids crZu blesa bLrseky gks ldrs gSa
;k ughaA
They may heat-up and char. Metal objects in particular may arc in the oven, which can cause serious damage.
os xje gks ldrs gSa vkSj ty Hkh ldrs gSaA [kklrkSj ij /kkrq ds inkFkksaZ esa fpaxkfj;ka vk ldrh gSa ftlls xaHkhj {kfr gks ldrh gSA
9
Do not use recycled paper products.
jhlk;dy isij ds cus gq, mRikn ç;ksx esa u yk,aaA
They may contain impurities which may cause sparks and/or fires when used in cooking.
mues v'kq) rRo gks ldrs gSa tks fd [kkuk cukrs le; fpaxkfj;ksa ;k vkx yxus dh otg cu ldrs gSaA
10
Do not rinse the tray and rack by placing it in water just after cooking. This may cause breakage or damage.
[kkuk cukus ds rqjar ckn vksou dh Vªs dks /kksus ds fy, ikuh esa u Mkysa D;ksafd blls IysV ds VwVus ;k {kfrxzLr gksus dk [k+rjk gks ldrk gSA
Improper use could result in damage to your oven.
xyr rjhds ls vksou dk bLrseky djus ls vksou dks uqdlku igqap ldrk gSaA
11
Be certain to place the oven so the front of the door is 8 cm or more behind the edge of the surface on which it is placed, to
avoid accidental tipping of the appliance.
lqfuf'pr djsa fd vki vksou dks ges'kk bl rjg j[ksaxs fd bldk lkeus dk }kj lrg ds fdukjksa ls vkB lsaVhehVj ;k vf/kd ihNs jgsA
Improper use could result in bodily injury and oven damage.
xyr rjhds ls bLrseky djus ls 'kkjhfjd nq?kZVuk vkSj vksou dh VwV&QwV dk Hkh [k+rjk gks ldrk gSA
12 Before cooking, pierce the skin of potatoes, apples or any such fruit or vegetables.
idkus ls igys vkyw ;k lsc ;k bl rjg ds vU; Nky nkj Qy ;k lfCt;ksa esa Nsn dj ysaA
They could burst.
os vUnj foLQksV dj ldrs gSaA
5
Important Safety Instructions / egRoiw.kZ lqj{kk funsZ'k
13 Do not cook eggs in their shell. Eggs in their shell and whole hardboiled eggs should not be heated in microwave ovens
since they may explode, even after microwave heating has ended.
vaMs dks fNyds ds lkFk blds Hkhrj u idk,aA fNyds lfgr vaMk vkSj mcyk gqvk iwjk vaMk ekbØksoso esa xeZ ugha fd;k tkuk pkfg,] rc Hkh ugha
tcfd ekbØksoso dh ghfVax lekIr gks xbZ gksA
Pressure will build up inside the egg which will burst.
vaMs ds vUnj ncko cusxk vkSj fQj c<+rs&c<+rs oks QV tk,xkA
14 Do not attempt deep fat frying in your oven.
vksou ds vUnj vf/kd rsy esa [kk| inkFkZ ryus dh dksf'k'k dHkh u djsaA
This could result in a sudden boil over of the hot liquid.
,slk djus ls vUnj xeZ gqvk rjy inkFkZ mcy dj ckgj QSy ldrk gSA
15 If smoke is observed, switch off or disconnect the oven from the power supply and keep the oven door closed in order to
stifle any flames.
vxj /kv
aq k egll
w gks rks fLop v‚Q djas ;k i‚oj lIykbZ cna dj nas vkjS vkosu ds njokts+ dN
q njs cna gh jgus nas rkfd yiVas vUnj gh 'kkra gks ldAas
It can cause serious damage such as a fire or electric shock.
;g vkx yxus ;k fo|qr ds >Vds tSls xaHkhj uqdlku igqapk ldrk gSA
16 When food is heated or cooked in disposable containers made of plastic, paper or other combustible materials, keep an eye
on the oven and check it frequently.
tc fMLikstscy crZuksa esa] tks fd IykfLVd] dkxt+ ;k nqljs Toyu'khy inkFkksaZ ls cus gksa] [kkuk xje fd;k tk, ;k idk;k tk,] rc vksou ij
ut+j jf[k;s vkSj bldh ÝhDosalh dh tkap djrs jgsaA
Your food may be poured due to the possibility of container deterioration, which also can cause a fire.
vkidk [kkuk Hkh fxj dj QSy ldrk gS blds Hkxksus ds VwV tkus ls vkSj blls Hkh vkx yx ldrh gSA
17 The temperature of accessible surfaces may be high when the appliance is operating. Do not touch the oven door, outer
cabinet, rear cabinet, oven cavity, accessories and dishes during grill mode, convection mode and auto cook operations,
before cleaning make sure they are not hot.
ikl dh lrg dk rki cgrq vf/kd gks ldrk gS tc cruZ vUnj gkAs fxy
z ekM
s ] dUoDs'ku ekM
s ;k dfqdx
a ds le; bLresky gks jgs vkosu dk }kj ;k ckgjh
lrg] fiNyh nhokj vkosu dfSoVh ;k blds midj.k dks u N,qAa blds ckn vUnj ds cruZkas dks ckgj ykrs le; /;ku j[kas fd os xeZ u gkAas
As they will become hot, there is the danger of a burn unless wearing thick culinary gloves.
D;ksafd os xeZ gksus ds ckn tyus dk [k+rjk iSnk dj ldrs gSa vkSj blds fy, fdpu ds eksVs nLrkus iguuk pkfg,A
18 The oven should be cleaned regularly and any food deposits should be removed.
vksou dks fu;fer :i ls lkQ djuk pkfg, vkSj muds vUnj fdlh Hkh rjg ds Hkkstu ds va'k u NwVsa] bldk /;ku j[kuk pkfg,A
Failure to maintain the oven in a clean condition could lead to deterioration of the surface. This could adversely affect the life
of the appliance and possibly result in a hazardous situation.
vksou dh lQkbZ dk /;ku u j[kus ls bldh lrg [kjkc gks ldrh gSA blls bl ij j[ks tkus okys crZu Hkh [kjkc gks ldrs gSa vkSj ;g [k+rjukd
Hkh gks ldrk gSA
19 If there are heating elements, the appliance becomes hot during use. Care should be taken to avoid touching the heating
elements inside the oven.
vxj vkosu eas ghfVx
a inkFkZ gkas rks xje djrs le; midj.k Hkh xeZ gks tkrk gAS vkosu ds vUnj j[ks bl rjg ds ghfVx
a inkFkkZas dks Nuws ls cpuk pkfg,A
There is danger of a burn.
blesa tyus dk [k+rjk gks ldrk gSaA
20 Follow exact directions given by each manufacturer for their popcorn product. Do not leave the oven unattended while
the corn is being popped. If corn fails to pop after the suggested times, discontinue cooking. Never use a brown paper
bag for popping corn. Never attempt to pop leftover kernels.
ikWIkdkWuZ ds çksMDV~l ds fn, x, lVhd funsZ'kksa dk ikyu djuk pkfg,A tc blds vUnj ikWIkdkWuZ~l cuk, tk jgs gksa rks bldh
vuns[kh u djsaA vxj r; le; ds Hkhrj Hkh dkWuZ~l u Qwy ldsa rks ghfVax can dj bUgsa ckgj fudky ysuk pkfg,A vksou esa dkWuZ~l
dks Qqykus ds fy, dHkh Hkh Hkwjk dkxt dk cSx bLrseky esa uk yk,aaA vksou esa cps gq, dkWuZ~l ds VqdM+ksa dks nqckjk mlesa xeZ u djsaA
Overcooking could result in the corn catching a f re.
vf/kd idkus ls d‚uZ~l esa vkx yx ldrh gSA
21 Do not use harsh abrasive cleaners or sharp metal scrapers to clean the oven door glass.
blls lrg ij [kjksap yx ldrh gS o dk¡p Hkh VwV ldrk gSA
They can scratch the surface, which may result in the glass shattering.
blls lrg ij [kjksap yx ldrh gS] o dk¡p Hkh VwV ldrk gSA
22 This oven should not be used for commercial catering purposes.
;g vksou O;kolkf;d dSVfjax ds ç;ksx esa ugha yk;k tkuk pkfg,A
Improper use could result in damage to your oven.
blds xyr bLrseky ls blesa [kjkch vk ldrh gSA
23 The connection may be achieved by having the plug accessible or by incorporating a switch in the fixed wiring in
accordance with the wiring rules.
ok;fjax ds fu;eksa dk ikyu djrs gq, fQDLM ok;fjax esa Iyx ;k fLop ls tksM+ dj bldk dusD'ku yxkuk pkfg,A
Using improper plug or switch can cause an electric shock or a f re.
xyr Iyx ;k fLop yxkus ls fo|qr dk >Vdk ;k vkx yx ldrh gSA
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Important Safety Instructions / egRoiw.kZ lqj{kk funsZ'k
24 Microwave oven must not be placed inside a cabinet. The microwave oven shall be used freestanding.
ekbØksoso vksou dks dsfcusV ds vUnj fcYdqy ugha j[kk tkuk pkfg,A ekbØksoso vksou dks vyx j[k dj bLrseky esa yk;k tkuk pkfg,A
25 The appliance can be used by children aged from 8 years and above and persons with reduced physical, sensory or mental
capabilities or lack of experience and knowledge if they have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the
appliance in a safe way and understand the hazards involved. Cleaning and user maintenance shall not be made by children
unless they are aged from 8 years and above and supervised.
;g midj.k 8 o"kZ vkSj mlls Åij ds cPps rFkk os lHkh yksx tks de 'kkjhfjd] laosnu ;k ekufld {kerk ds gksa] ;k ftudk vuqHko ;k Kku de
gks] bLrseky dj ldrs gSa ;fn ,sls lHkh yksxksa dks midj.k ds lqjf{kr rjhds ls mi;ksx ds lEcU/k esa fujh{k.k ;k funsZ’k fn;k tk;s vkSj gksus okys
[krjksa dks le>k;k tk;sA midj.k dh lQkbZ vkSj j[k&j[kko cPpksa ds }kjk ugha dh tk ldrh tc rd fd os 8 o"kZ ;k mlls vf/kd ds u gks
tk,a vkSj ns[kHkky u dh tk;sA
26 Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.
vksou ds lehi cPpksa ds lkFk ges'kk dksbZ cM+k O;fDr gks tks mUgsa blds lkFk [ksyus ;k NsM+NkM+ djus ls euk djsA
27 Oven Lamp power rating is 25W.
vksou ySEi dh ikoj jsfVax 25W gSA
28 If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer, its service agent or similarly qualified person in
order to avoid a hazard.
vxj ikoj dksMZ [kjkc gS rks oks ,d fuekZrk }kjk ;k lfoZl ,tsaV ;k blh rjg ds fdlh dq'ky O;fä }kjk gh cnyh tkuh pkfg,A
29 The appliance is not intended to be operate by means of an external timer or separate remote-control system.
midj.k dks fdlh Hkh ckgjh VkbZej o vyx fjeksV dUVªksy flLVe ls vkijsV djus ds fy, ugha cuk;k x;k gSA
30 Ajinomoto (Mono-sodium glutamate) is only a flavor enhancer and shall not be added to food for infants below 12 month of age.
vthukseksVks ¼eksuks lksfM;e XyqVkesV½ dsoy Lokn c<+krk gSA 12 ekg ls de mez ds cPpksa ds [kkus esa bldk bLrseky u djsaA
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Safety Precautions / lqj{kk lko/kkfu;ka

Use exclusive 230V socket with earth.
;k rks vfFkaZx dk ç;ksx djsa ;k fQj vfFkZax ds lkFk 230 oksYV l‚dsV dk bLrseky djsaA

Do not bend power cord forcefully or break.
ikoj dkMZ dks rkdr ds lkFk u >qdk,a ojuk og VwV ldrh gSA

Do not pull out power cord.
ikoj dkMZ dks gVk,aa ughaA

Do not use several power plug in one socket at the same time.
,d gh l‚dsV esa ,d gh le; dbZ ikoj dkMZ~l dk bLrseky u djsaA

Do not plug in or pull out power cord with wet hand.
xhys gkFkksa ls ikoj dkMZ dks u rks yxk,a u gh gVk,aA

Do not spray water inside and outside of microwave oven.
ekbØksoso vksou ds Hkhrj vkSj ckgj ikuh ds NhaVsa u ekjsaA

Plug out power cord during cleaning or maintenance of set.
ejEer vkSj lQkbZ ds le; ikoj dkMZ fudkyuk u HkwysaA

Do not heat up the food more than necessary.
[kkus dks t+#jr ls T;knk xje u djsaA

Do not use microwave oven other than cooking or sterilization such as cloth drying etc.
[kkuk cukus ;k xje djus ds flok vksou dk dksbZ vkSj bLrseky u djsa tSls diM+s+ lq[kkuk] vkfnA

Do not insert pin or steel wire etc. into inside/out side of case.
blds Hkhrj@ckgj dgha Hkh dksbZ fiu ;k yksgs dk rkj vkfn u ?kqlk,aA

Please be careful during taking the food since high temp. water or soup may overflow to cause burn.
[kkus dks ckgj fudkyrs le; —i;k lko/kkuh cjrsa D;ksafd xje ikuh vFkok lwi vkfn rjy inkFkZ mcy dj ;k Nyd dj vkidks
tyk ldrs gSaA

Do not plug in power cord when socket hole is loose or plug is damaged.

Do not use oven while some foreign material is attached on the door.

Do not place the water container on the set.

Do not place heavy things on the set & do not cover the set with cloth while using.

Do not install the set in the damp space or water sputtering area.

Do not let children hang onto oven door.
tc Iyx [kjkc gks ;k ikoj l‚dsV <hyk gks rks bls Bhd djus ls igys blesa ikoj dkMZ u yxk,aA
tc Hkh vksou ds njokt+s ij dksbZ pht+ vM+h ;k j[kh gks] vksou dks pkyw u djsaA
bl ij ikuh dk HkxkSuk dHkh u j[ksaA
bLrseky djrs le; vksou ds Åij dHkh Hkh Hkkjh oLrq,a u j[ksa u gh bls diM+s ls <dsaA
xhys ;k ikuh ds cgko okys {ks= esa vksou dks dHkh u j[ksaA
cPpksa dks vksou ds njoktksa ij yVdus ls jksdsaA

Do not heat the unpeeled fruit or bottle with lid.
<Ddu okyh cksry vkSj fcuk fNyk Qy dHkh blds vUnj j[k dj xeZ u djsaA

Do not hold food or accessories as soon as cooking is over.
xeZ gks tkus ;k [kkuk cu tkus ds rqjar ckn vksou ls [kkuk ;k crZu ckgj u fudkysaA

Plug out oven if it is not used for long duration.
vxj vksou dks vf/kd nsj rd bLrseky esa u ykuk gks rks [kkyh le; esa bldh ikoj dkMZ fLop ls fudky dj j[ksaA

Install microwave oven in the well ventilated, flat place.
ekbØksoso vksou dks vPNh goknkj vkSj lery txg ij j[ksaA
There is danger of blast if covered bottle, sealed food, egg, and chestnut etc. are cooked inside oven.
vksou ds Hkhrj <Ddu yxh cksry] vaMk] lhYM [kk| inkFkZ ;k psLVuV j[k dj mls pykus ls foLQksV gks ldrk gSA
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UNPACKING & INSTALLING
[kksyuk vkSj LFkkfir djuk
By following the basic steps on these three pages you will be able to quickly check that your oven is operating correctly.
Please pay particular attention to the guidance on where to install your oven. When unpacking your oven make sure you
remove all accessories and packing. Check to make sure that your oven has not been damaged during delivery.
fuEufyf[kr rhu i`"Bksa ij fn, x, 'kq#vkrh rjhdksa dk pj.k nj pj.k bLrseky djds tYnh gh vkidks irk py tk,xk fd vkidk vksou Bhd ls py
jgk gSA Ñi;k fo'ks"k /;ku nsa fd vksou dks dgka j[ksaA bldh iSfdax [kksyrs le; bl ckr dk /;ku j[ksa fd vki blds iSfdax o ,Dlsljht+ dks iwjh rjg
ls fudky nha gSaA ;g Hkh lqfuf’pr dj ysa fd vkidk vksou fMfyojh ds le; {kfrxzLr ugha gqvk gSA
Unpack your oven and place it on a flat level surface.
vius vksou dks [kksydj ,d lery LFkku ij j[k ysaA
Oven Front Plate
vksou ÝaV IysV
Cooking accessories
Door Latch
dqfdax ,Dlsljht+
Mksj ySp
Glass Tray
Xykl Vªs
Rotating Ring
jksVsfVax fjax
MS2043
DB
Door Seal
Mksj lhy
Safety Door Lock System
ls¶Vh Mksj ykWd flLVe
Disclaimer : This is only graphical representation of actual product /
;g ek= mRikn dh js[kkafdr vkd`fr gSA
Place the oven in the level location of your
choice with more than 85 cm height but
make sure there is at least 20 cm of space
on the top and 10 cm at the rear for proper
ventilation. The front of the oven should be at least 8 cm from the
edge of the surface to prevent tipping. An exhaust outlet is
located on top or side of the oven. Blocking the outlet can
damage the oven.
vkosu dks vius euilUn LFkku ij 85 leash- dh Åp
¡ kbZ ij lery LFkku ij j[kas
yfsdu ;g /;ku jgs fd de ls de 20 lesh- dk LFkku Åij ls 10 lesh- dk LFkku
ihNs ls NVwuk vko’;d gAS vkosu dk vkxs dk fgLlk de ls de 8 lesh- lery
ds fdukjs ls njw gkusk pkfg, rkfd og Vdjkus ls cp ldAs blds Åij ;k fdukjs
ij ,d ,Xt‚LV }kj gksrk gS bldk jkLrk jksdus ls vksou [kjkc gks ldrk gSA
MS2043D
B
THIS OVEN SHOULD NOT BE USED FOR
COMMERCIAL CATERING PURPOSES.
;g vksou O;olkf;d mís'; ds fy, ugha gSA
Plug your oven into a standard household socket. Make sure your oven is the only appliance
connected to the socket. If your oven does not operate properly, unplug it from the electrical socket and
then plug it back in.
vius vksou dks ,d vPNs l‚dsV ds lkFk Iyx djsa vkSj bl ckr dks lqfuf'pr djsa fd bl l‚dsV esa vkSj dksbZ fo|qr midj.k dk rkj u tksM+k x;k gksA
;fn vkidk vksou <ax ls dke u dj jgk gks rks bls l‚dsV ls fudky dj nqckjk yxk,aA
Open your oven door by pressing the Push button.
Place the ROTATING RING inside the oven and place the GLASS TRAY on it.
vius vksou ds Mksj dks iq'k cVu nckdj [kksysaA jksVsfVax fjax dks vksou ds vUnj j[ksa vkSj Xykl Vªs dks blds Åij j[ksaA
Fill a microwave safe container with 300 mL
of water. Place on the GLASS TRAY and
close the oven door.
ekbØksoso lsQ dUVsuj esa 300 feyh- ikuh Hkj ysaA mls Xykl Vªs ds Åij j[kdj
vksou dk njoktk cUn dj nsaA
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MS20
43DB
UNPACKING & INSTALLING
[kksyuk vkSj LFkkfir djuk
Press the START/Add 30 Secs button one time to set 30
seconds of cooking time. When you press the button, you will
hear a BEEP and your oven will start automatically.
START/Add 30 Secs cVu dks ,d ckj nck nsa vkSj 30 lsdUM ds fy, fu/kkZfjr djsa tc vki
cVu nck;saxs rks ,d chi lqusaxs vkSj vkidk vksou vius vki dke djuk 'kq: dj nsxkA
The DISPLAY will count down from 30 seconds. When it
reaches 0 it will BEEP. Open the oven door and test the
temperature of the water. If your oven is operating the water
should be warm. Be careful when removing the container it
may be hot.
fMLIys esa 30 lsdaM fxuus 'kq: gks tk;saxsA tc ;g 0 ij igq¡psxk rks ,d chi vk;sxhA vksou dk njoktk
[kksysa vkSj ikuh dk rkieku tk¡p ysaA vxj vkidk vksou Bhd ls dke dj jgk gS rks ikuh xeZ gksxk crZu
dks ckgj fudkyrs le; lko/kku jgsa ;g xeZ gks ldrk gSA
YOUR OVEN IS NOW INSTALLED
vkidk vksou vc LFkkfir gks x;k gSA
If oven gets overheated the display will be turned off for safety purpose, give it
sometime to cool and then operate.
vksou vf/kd xje gksus ij fMlIys lqj{kk dh otg ls can gks tk,xk] bls dqN nsj BaMk djds
fQj dke djsaA
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CHILD LOCK
pkbYM ykWd
Your oven has a safety feature that prevents accidental running of the oven. Once the child lock is set,
you will be unable to use any functions and no cooking can take place.
vkids vksou esa lqj{kk ds mik; gSa tksfd vuko';d mi;ksx ls vksou dks jksdrs gSaA ,d ckj pkbYM ykWd fu/kkZfjr djus ls
vki dksbZ dk;Z ugha dj ldrs gSa vkSj dksbZ idkus fd fdz ;k Hkh ugha gksxhA
However your child can still open the oven door.
tcfd vkidk cPpk vksou dk njoktk fQj Hkh [kksy ldrk gSA
Press STOP/Clear.
STOP/Clear
nck;sa
Energy
Saving
Press and hold STOP/Clear until “L” appears on the display and BEEP sounds.
Energy
Saving
tc rd “L” fMlIys ij u vk;s vkSj /ofu u vk;s] rc rd STOP/Clear nckdj j[ksaA
The CHILD LOCK is now set. pkbYM ykWd fu/kkZfjr gks x;k gSA
“L” remains on the display to let you know that CHILD LOCK is set.
(If you press any button).
“L” fMlIys ij vkrk jgsxk] blls vki tku tk;saxs fd pkbYM ykWd fu/kkZfjr gSA
¼;fn vki dksbZ Hkh cVu nckrs gSa½
To cancel CHILD LOCK press and hold STOP/Clear until “L” disappears.
You will hear BEEP when it’s released.
pkbYM ykd
W gVkus ds fy, STOP/Clear nckdj #d tkb;Z]s tc rd “L” xk;c u gks tk;As
Energy
Saving
tc ;g gV tk;sxk rks vki chi dh /ofu lqusaxsA
MICRO POWER COOKING
ekbdz ks ikoj esa idkuk
In the following example I will show you how to cook some food on 80% power for 5 minutes and 30 seconds.
fuEufyf[kr mnkgj.kksa esa eSa vkidks crkšxk fd dqN vkgkj 80% {kerk ij 5 feuV 30 ladsaM esa dSls idk;saA
Your oven has five Microwave Power setting. As shown in Next Page.
vkids vksou esa ik¡p ekbØksoso ikoj ysoy gSA tSlk vxys ist ij fn[kk;k x;k gSaA
After cooking is over, End Reminder Beep Sounds.
tc idkus dh fdz ;k iwjh gks tk;sxh rks vfUre ;kn fnykus okyh Þchiß dh /ofu lqukbZ nsxhA
Make sure that you have correctly installed your oven as described
earlier in this book.
;g lqfuf'pr djsa fd vkius viuk vksou lgh izdkj ls LFkkfir dj fy;k gS
tSlk bl fdrkc esa n'kkZ;k x;k gSA
Press STOP/Clear.
STOP/Clear nck;sa
Press Power Twice to select 80% power.
80% ikoj dks pquus ds fy, Power dks nks ckj nck,aA
560 appears on the display.
560 fMLIys ij fn[ksxkA
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Energy
Saving
MICRO POWER COOKING
ekbdz ks ikoj esa idkuk
Press 1 min. five times.
1 min. ik¡p ckj nckb,A
Press 10 sec. three times.
10 sec. rhu ckj nckb,A
Press START/ Add 30 Secs.
START/ Add 30 Secs nck;sa
Add 30 Secs
MICRO POWER LEVEL
ekbdz ks ikoj Lrj
Your microwave oven is equipped with 5 power levels to give you maximum flexibility and control
over cooking. The table below shows the examples of food and their recommended cooking power
levels for use with this microwave oven.
vkidks vf/kdre yphykiu vkSj [kkuk idkus ij fu;a=.k nsus ds fy, vkidk ekbØksoso vksou 5 ikoj Lrj ls lqlfTtr
gSA uhps nh xbZ rkfydk bl ekbØksoso vksou ds mi;ksx ds fy, Hkkstu ds mnkgj.k vkSj muds vuq’kaflr [kkuk idkus ds
ikoj Lrj dks n’kkZrh gSA
POWER LEVEL
ikoj ysoy
HIGH
mPp ¼vf/kd½
OUTPUT
USE
vkmViqV
mi;ksx
100%
(700W)
* Boil Water / ikuh mckyuk
* Brown minced meat / ckzmu chQ dk dhek
* Cook poultry pieces, fish, vegetables / ex
q ]Zs eNyh vkjS lfCt;ka s ds Vd
q Mk+as dks
idkuk
* Cook tender cuts of meat / dVk gv
q k dke
s y ekl
a
80%
(560W)
* All reheating / i.
w kr
Z ;k nc
q kjk xeZ djuk
* Cook mushrooms and shellfish / e'k:e vkj
S 'ky
s fQ'k idkuk
* Cook foods containing cheese and egg / iuhj vkj
S vM
a &
s ;ä
q Hkkt
s uka s dk
e/;e
60%
(420W)
*
*
*
*
DEFROST/
MEDIUM LOW
40%
(280W)
* All thawing / i.
w kZ Fkkfox
a
* Melt butter and chocolate / eD[ku vkj
S p‚dyV
s
* Cook less tender cuts of meat / dN
q de dke
s y ekl
a dks idkuk
20%
(140W)
* Soften butter & cheese / eD[ku vkj
S pht+ dks uje djuk
* Soften ice cream / vkblØhe dks uje djuk
* Raise yeast dough / vkVs ea s [kehj mBkuk
MEDIUM HIGH
e/;e mPp
fuek.Zk
MEDIUM
fMÝkLV@
e/;e fuEu
LOW
fuEu
Bake cakes and scones / cd
s g,
q dd
s vkjS LdkUsl
Prepare egg / vM
a ka s dks r;
S kj djuk
Cook custard / dLVMZ cukuk
Prepare rice, soup / pkoy vkj
S li
w cukuk
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ADD 30 Secs
,M 30 lsdsUM~l
In the following example I will show you how to set 2 minutes of cooking on high power.
fuEufyf[kr mnkgj.k esa eSa vkidks fn[kkšxk fd mPp {kerk Lrj ij idkus ds fy, 2 feuV dSls fu/kkZfjr djrs gSaA
The START/Add 30 Secs feature allows you to set 30 seconds interval of HIGH power cooking
with a touch of the this button.
START/Add 30 Secs vkidks ;g vkjke nsrk gS fd vki ;g cVu nckdj 30 lsdUM ds vUrjky esa mPp {kerk esa
Hkkstu idk ldrs gSA
Press STOP/Clear.
STOP/Clear nck;sa
Energy
Saving
Press START/Add 30 Secs four times to select 2 minutes on HIGH power.
Your oven will start before you have finished the fourth press.
mPp {kerk ds fy, LVkVZ cVu dks pkj ckj nck,a vkSj 2 feuV dk p;u djsaA vkidk vksou dke
djuk 'kq: dj nsxk] igys gh tc vki pkSFkh ckj nck jgs gkssaxsA
Add 30 Secs
While using Add 30 Secs feature, you can extend the cooking by repeatedly
pressing the START/Add 30 Secs button.
Add 30 Secs Qhpj bLrseky djus ds nkSjku vki ckj&ckj START/Add 30 Secs cVu
Add 30 Secs
nckdj [kkuk idkus dk le; c<k ldrs gSaA
ENERGY SAVING
ÅtkZ dh cpr
The Energy Saving feature allows you to save energy through display off during stand-by status, or
after 5 minutes with door open or closing, display will off automatically.
Energy Saving Qhpj ls vki LVS.M&ckbZ dh voLFkk esa fMlIys vkWQ djds ,uthZ dh cpr dj ldrs gSa ;k 5 feuV ckn
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Press STOP/Clear (Energy Saving).
"O" appears on the display.
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Energy
Saving
Press STOP/Clear (Energy Saving) or
after 5 minutes with door open or closing, display off.
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During Energy Saving status, if you press any key, display on.
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Energy
Saving
Various Cook Functions
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Please follow the given steps to operate cook functions (Indian Rasoi, 24 Hours, Health Plus, Utility Corner) in
your Microwave.
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COOK
MODE
Indian Rasoi
24 Hours
Health Plus
Utility Corner
STEP-1
Press STOP/Clear
Press STOP/Clear
Press STOP/Clear
Press STOP/Clear
STEP-2 Keep pressing Indian
Rasoi button to select any
menu (IC-1to IC-6),
(SC-1 to SC-6)
Keep pressing 24 Hours
button to select any menu
(bF-1 to bF6), (Sn-1
to Sn-6), (CF-1 to
CF-7)
Keep pressing
Health Plus button
to select any menu
(HP-1 to HP-5)
Keep pressing Utility
Corner button to select
any menu (UC-1 to
UC-5), (FE-1 to FE-3)
STEP-3* Press “+” button
to select weight.
Press “+” button
to select weight.
Press “+” button
to select weight.
Press “+” button
to select weight.
STEP-4
Press START/Add 30 Secs
Press START/Add 30 Secs
Press START/Add 30 Secs
Press START/Add 30 Secs
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Indian Rasoi
24 Hours
Health Plus
Utility Corner
LVSi&1
LVSi&2
STOP/Clear
STOP/Clear nck,a
STOP/Clear nck,a
nck,a
(IC-1to IC-6),
(SC-1 to SC-6)
STOP/Clear
nck,a
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to Sn-6), (CF-1 to
to FE-3) esa ls dksbZ
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CF-7) esa ls dksbZ Hkh
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24 Hours cVu dks
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Rasoi cVu dks nckrs
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LVSi&3*
LVSi&4
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dks nck,a
START/Add 30 Secs nck,a
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START/Add 30 Secs nck,a START/Add 30 Secs nck,a START/Add 30 Secs nck,a
“+” cVu
*Note : If the recipe is single weight like IC-2 (Aloo Sabzi)-0.3 kg, do not press "+" button, directly press start.
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14
Indian Cuisine
Menu
Indian Rasoi
Idli
IC-1
Weight Limit
4,8
Utensil: Microwave safe (MWS) bowl & Microwave safe (MWS) idli stand
Instructions
Menu
Method:
100 g
4 tbsp
4 tbsp
As required
As per taste
Rice
Urad
Soyabean
Water
Salt
1. Wash and soak rice, urad dal and soyabeans granules for 4 hours.
2. Grind, mix and ferment for 8 to 10 hours. Grind the mixture to paste
consistency.
3. Grease MWS idli stand with oil. Put idli batter in it. Add ½ cup water in the
MWS bowl. Keep the idli stand in bowl and cover. Select menu and
press start to cook. Allow to stand for 3 minutes.
Note: After preparing the batter, you can use it for making 4,8 idli.
4, 8 indicates the number of idli that can be prepared.
Aloo Sabzi
IC-2
Weight Limit
0.3 kg
Utensil: Microwave safe (MWS) bowl
Instructions
Menu
Method:
0.3 kg
300 g
1 tsp
2 tsp
1 tbsp
1/4 cup
As per taste
For
Peeled Potatoes
Cumin
Green chilli
Oil
Water
Salt
1. In a MWS glass bowl add oil, cumin, salt and green chillies.
2. Put in microwave, select menu and press start.
3. After 2 minutes, add Potatoes and water in the above bowl. Cover it up
and press Start.
Veg Biryani
IC-3
Weight Limit
0.1~0.3 kg
Utensil: Microwave safe (MWS) bowl
Instructions
Method:
For
Basmati Rice (soaked for 1 hour)
Water
Oil
Cloves, Elaichi, Cinnamon,
Pepper corns, Bay leaf, Salt,
Garam masala & Red chilli
powder
0.1 kg
100 g
200 mL
1 tbsp
0.2 kg
200 g
400 mL
2 tbsp
As per taste
0.3 kg
300 g
600 mL
3 tbsp
Mix Vegetables - (Gobhi, Mutter,
Gajar, French Beans etc.)
½ cup
1 cup
1½ cups
Menu
Dal Tadka
IC-4
1. In MWS bowl put oil add cloves, cinnamon, elaichi, bay leaf and pepper
corns, add mix vegetables, select menu and weight and press Start.
2. When beeps, add rice, water, salt and all spices. Mix well, cover it and
press start. Stand in 5 minutes after cook ends. Serve hot with raita &
salad.
Weight Limit
0.2 kg
Utensil: Microwave safe (MWS) bowl
Instructions
Method:
For
Dal (soaked for 2 hours)
Water
Oil
Rai, Roasted cumin, Kasuri methi,
Cumin powder, Coriander leaves,
Asafoetida, Coriander powder,
Turmeric, Green Chilli, Curry leaves
0.2 kg
200 g
400 mL
2½ tbsp
As per taste
Salt
As per taste
Menu
1. Take dal in MWS bowl, add water, turmeric and asafoetida.
2. Select menu and press start to cook.
3. When beeps, take another bowl add oil, roasted cumin, green chilli,
curry leaves, add dal, salt, coriander powder, cumin powder, coriander
leaves, kasuri methi (optional), water (if required). Press start.
4. When beeps, mix well and again press start.
Mix Veg
IC-5
Weight Limit
0.1~0.3 kg
Utensil: Microwave safe (MWS) bowl
Instructions
For
Mix Veg. (Carrot, Cauliflower,
peas, beans, potato)
Oil
Onion (chopped)
Tomato (chopped)
Salt, Cumin powder, Garam
masala, Red Chilli powder,
Coriander powder
Method:
0.1 kg
100 g (Total)
0.2 kg
200 g (Total)
0.3 kg
300 g (Total)
¼ tbsp
½ cup
¼ cup
½ tbsp
1 cup
1 cup
As per taste
1 tbsp
1½ cup
1½ cup
15
1. In a MWS bowl add oil, onion, tomato and all spices. Mix well, select
menu and weight and press start.
2. When beeps, remove and mix well. Add vegetable & some water. Cover
and press start.
3. When beeps, mix well. Cover and press start. Garnish with coriander
leaves.
Indian Rasoi
Menu
Indian Cuisine
Sambhar
IC-6
Weight Limit
0.2 kg
Utensil: Microwave safe (MWS) bowl
Instructions
Method:
0.2 kg
200 g
2 tbsp
1 medium
1 medium
1 cup
For
Arhar Dal (Soaked for 2 hrs)
Oil
Onion chopped
Tomato chopped
Mixed Vegetables chopped Drumsticks, ghiya, Brinjals,
Red Pumpkin
Boiled Water
Tamarind pulp, Green Chilli,
Sambhar Masala, Salt, Jaggery,
Rai, Asafoetida. Curry leaves,
Coriander powder, Turmeric,
Red chilli powder
1. Soak dal for 2 hours, In MWS bowl take dal, turmeric, onion, green chilli,
tomato, mix vegetables and boiled water. Select menu and press start.
2. When beeps, in another MWS bowl take oil, rai, asafoetida, curry
leaves, coriander powder, red chilli powder. Press start.
3. When beeps, mash dal very well and add to tadka. Add tamarind pulp
sambhar masala, jaggery and some water (if required). Press start.
Stand for 5 mins. Garnish with coconut and coriander leaves and serve
with Idli.
400 mL
As per taste
Indian Rasoi
Menu
Sweet Corner
Instant Brownie
SC-1
Weight Limit
0.1 kg
Utensil: Microwave safe (MWS) bowl
Instructions
Menu
Method:
0.1 kg
70 g
3 tbsp
20 g
1/2 cup
1 tsp
3 tbsp
For
Condensed milk
Butter
Almonds, wallnuts
Crushed biscuits
Vanilla essence
Coco powder
1. In MWS bowl add milkmaid and butter and beat well. add dry fruits,
crushed biscuits, coco powder, essence and mix. Select menu and press
start.
Kheer
SC-2
Weight Limit
0.1~0.3 kg
Utensil: Microwave safe (MWS) glass bowl
Instructions
For
Milk
Milkmaid
Seviyan (roasted)
Badam, Pista pieces
Kesar, Elaichi powder
Menu
0.1 kg
100 mL
150 mL
20 g
2 tbsp
2 tbsp
Method:
0.2 kg
200 mL
200 mL
40 g
3 tbsp
3 tbsp
0.3 kg
300 mL
300 mL
60 g
4 tbsp
4 tbsp
Suji Halwa
SC-3
1. In MWS glass bowl add milk, milkmaid and mix well. Select menu and
weight and press start.
2. When beeps, add badam, pista pieces, kesar, elaichi powder and
seviyan. Mix well and press start.
3. When beeps, mix it well. Add more milk (if required) &press start. Stand
for 5 minutes. Serve hot or chilled.
Note: The bowl should be filled at 1/4 level of the total volume.
Weight Limit
0.1~0.3 kg
Utensil: Microwave safe (MWS) glass bowl
Instructions
For
Suji
Ghee (melted)
Water
Sugar
Cashewnuts, Kishmish, Kesar,
Elaichi powder
Menu
0.1 kg
100 g
2 tbsp
300 mL
100 g
Method:
0.2 kg
200 g
3 tbsp
600 mL
200 g
As per taste
0.3 kg
300 g
4 tbsp
900 mL
300 g
Besan Ladoo
SC-4
1. In MWS glass bowl take suji, add ghee mix it together, select menu and
press start.
2. When beeps, mix well. Allow to cool. Add water (½ of mentioned
amount) and sugar. Press start.
3. When beeps, mix well and add remaining water, cashewnuts, kishmish,
kesar and elaichi powder. Press start. Stand for 5 minutes. Serve hot.
Weight Limit
0.1~0.3 kg
Utensil: Microwave safe (MWS) glass bowl
Instructions
For
Besan
Ghee (melted)
Powder Sugar
Elaichi Powder
0.1 kg
100 g
3 tbsp
50 g
1/2 tsp
Method:
0.2 kg
200 g
5 tbsp
100 g
1 tsp
0.3 kg
300 g
7 tbsp
150 g
1 tsp
16
1. In MWS glass bowl take besan and ghee. Select menu and weight and
press start.
2. When beeps, stir it and press start.
3. When beeps, stir again and press start.
4. Allow to cool. Add powdered sugar and elaichi powder. Mix it well and
make a ladoo of same size.
Note: For binding the ladoo use ghee.
Sweet Corner
Menu
Indian Rasoi
Payasam
SC-5
Weight Limit
0.1~0.3 kg
Utensil: Microwave safe (MWS) bowl
Instructions
For
Broken Rice (soaked for 2 hour)
Milk & Water
Sugar
Kesar, Elaichi powder, Dry fruits
Ghee
Menu
0.1 kg
100 g
300 mL
75 g
1 tbsp
Method:
0.2 kg
200 g
500 mL
150 g
As per taste
1½ tbsp
0.3 kg
300 g
700 mL
200 g
2 tbsp
Kalakand
SC-6
1. In a MWS bowl take ghee, soaked rice, milk, water and sugar and cover
it.
2. Select menu and weight and press start.
3. When beeps, add more milk, dry fruits, kesar, elaichi powder. Mix well &
press start. Stand for 5 minutes. Sprinkle kewada jal on it. Serve hot or
chilled.
Weight Limit
0.1~0.3 kg
Utensil: Microwave safe (MWS) bowl
Instructions
For
Grated Paneer
Milkmaid
Milk Powder
Cornflour
Elaichi Powder
0.1 kg
100 g
50 mL
2 tbsp
1/2 tsp
1/2 tsp
Method:
0.2 kg
200 g
100 mL
3 tbsp
1 tsp
1 tsp
0.3 kg
300 g
200 mL
4 tbsp
1 tsp
1 tsp
17
1. In MWS bowl take grated paneer, milkmaid, milk powder, cornflour,
elaichi powder. Mix well, select menu and weight press start.
2. When beeps, mix it again and press start.
3. When set cut into pieces. Garnish with dry fruits.
24 Hours
Menu
Breakfast
Sprouts
bF-1
Weight Limit
0.1~0.3 kg
Utensil: Microwave safe (MWS) bowl
Instructions
For
Moong Sprout
Water
Salt, Chaat masala,
Coriander leaves
Chopped onion
Chopped tomato
Menu
Method:
0.1 kg
100 g
150 mL
0.2 kg
200 g
200 mL
As per taste
0.3 kg
300 g
300 mL
2 tbsp
2 tbsp
3 tbsp
3 tbsp
4 tbsp
4 tbsp
Poha
bF-2
1. In MWS bowl add sprouts, water and salt. Select menu and weight and
press start.
2. When cooking ends, take it out and strain add chopped onion, chopped
tomatoes, coriander leaves, chaat masala and serve.
Weight Limit
0.1~0.3 kg
Utensil: Microwave safe (MWS) glass bowl
Instructions
0.1 kg
100 g
1 tbsp
1/2 cup
2 nos.
For
Poha
Oil
Onion Chopped
Green Chilli
Rai, Cumin, Asafoetida,
Turmeric, Curry leaves, Salt,
Sugar
0.3 kg
300 g
3 tbsp
1 cup
4 nos.
1. In MWS glass bowl put oil, rai, cumin, green chilli, curry leaves. Select
menu and weight and press start.
2. When beep add chopped onion, turmeric powder and asafoetida.
Press start.
3. When beep add washed poha, salt & sugar, mix well and press start.
Garnish with coconut and coriander leaves serve hot.
For garnishing
Grated coconut and Coriander
leaves
Menu
Method:
0.2 kg
200 g
2 tbsp
1 cup
3 nos.
As per taste
Daliya
bF-3
Weight Limit
0.2 kg
Utensil: Microwave safe (MWS) glass bowl
Instructions
Method:
For
Daliya
Sugar or jaggery
Ghee (melted)
Water
Elaichi powder, Nutmeg powder,
Cashewnuts
0.2 kg
200 g
150 g
2 tbsp
600 mL
As per taste
Milk
As required
Menu
1. In a MWS glass bowl, add dalia and ghee. Mix well.
2. Select menu and press start.
3. When beeps, mix, add water, sugar or jaggery, elaichi, powder/nutmeg
powder, cashewnuts. Mix well & press start. Stand for 5 minutes. Serve
with hot milk.
Note: If you are using gud for sweetness then add nutmeg powder and
add elaichi powder if using sugar for sweetness.
Upma
bF-4
Weight Limit
0.1~0.3 kg
Utensil: Microwave safe (MWS) glass bowl
Instructions
For
Semolina
Oil
Water
Salt & Sugar, Red chilli powder
Onion
Green chilli
Chopped carrots, Peas,
Sweetcorns
0.1 kg
100g
2 tbsp
200 mL
1 no.
2 nos.
½ cup
0.3 kg
300g
4 tbsp
600 mL
2 nos.
3 nos.
1 ½ cup
1. In MWS glass bowl put oil, cumin, rai, urad dal, onions, and semolina.
Select menu and weight and press start.
2. When beep, stir well add carrots, peas, sweet corns, green chillies,
curry leaves and keep inside and press start.
3. When beep, mix well and add water, sugar and salt red chilli powder,
lemon juice mix well and keep inside press start. Stand for 3 minutes.
As per taste
Rai, Cumin, Asafoetida,
Curry leaves, Urad dal
Menu
Method:
0.2 kg
200g
3 tbsp
400 mL
As per taste
2 nos.
3 nos.
1 cup
Ven Pongal
bF-5
Weight Limit
0.1~0.3 kg
Utensil: Microwave safe (MWS) bowl
Instructions
For
Rice (soaked for 1 hour)
Moong dal (soaked for 2 hours)
Water
Ghee
Cashewnuts, Pepper, Cumin, Salt
0.1 kg
50 g
50 g
200 mL
½ tbsp
Method:
0.2 kg
100 g
100 g
400 mL
1 tbsp
As per taste
0.3 kg
150 g
150 g
600 mL
1½ tbsp
18
1. In a MWS bowl add soaked rice, moong dal, water, salt and few drops of
ghee. Select menu and weight and press start.
2 When beeps, stir well and add more water (if required). Press start.
3. When beeps, stir well and remove. In another MWS bowl add ghee,
cashewnuts, cumin and pepper. Press start.
4. Pour over cooked pongal and serve.
Breakfast
Menu
24 Hours
Sabudana Khichdi
bF-6
Weight Limit
0.1~0.3 kg
Utensil: Microwave safe (MWS) glass bowl
Instructions
For
Sabudana (soaked overnight)
Oil
Rai, Salt, Lemon juice, Chopped
green chillies
Method:
0.1 kg
100 g
½ tbsp
0.2 kg
200 g
1½ tbsp
As per taste
0.3 kg
300 g
2 tbsp
1 No.
2 Nos.
A few spring
3 Nos.
Potatoes (boiled & chopped)
Coriander leaves
1. Soak Sabudana over night in just enough water.
2. In a MWS glass bowl add oil, rai, green chillies. Mix. Select menu and
weight and press start.
3. When beeps, mix, add boiled potatoes, soaked sabudana, coriander
leaves. Mix and press start. Squeeze lemon juice and serve.
Snacks
Menu
24 Hours
Pasta Salad
Sn-1
Weight Limit
0.3 kg
Utensil: Microwave safe (MWS) bowl
Instructions
Menu
Method:
0.3 kg
100 g
200 mL
1 tbsp
1 no.
1 no. (chopped)
1 cup
½ cup
1 tbsp
1tsp
As per taste
For
Penne pasta
Hot water
Butter
Spring onion
Garlic pod
Mushrooms (chopped)
Sweet corns (boiled)
Tomato sauce
Chilli sauce
Salt, Sugar, Pepper & Oregano
1. Take penne pasta in MWS bowl and add hot water.
2. Select menu and press start to cook.
3. Add all the ingredients and serve chilled.
Dhokla
Sn-2
Weight Limit
0.1~0.3 kg
Utensil: Microwave safe (MWS) flat glass dish
Instructions
For
Besan
Warm water
Curd
Green chilli & ginger paste
Salt, Sugar
Fruit salt / Mitha Soda
Oil,Rai,Curry leaves, Water
Grated coconut
Yellow colour / Haldi
Menu
0.1 kg
50 g
50 mL
2 tbsp
1 tsp
1/8 tsp
Method:
0.2 kg
75 g
75 mL
3 tbsp
1½ tsp
As per taste
¼ tsp
For tempering
For garnishing
As required
0.3 kg
100 g
100 mL
4 tbsp
2 tsp
¼ tsp
Murmura
Sn-3
1. Mix besan, curd, sugar, salt, water, green chilli-ginger paste, yellow
color, fruit salt together. Mix well. Keep for 5-10 minutes.
2. Pour the mixture in MWS flat glass dish. Select menu and weight and
press start.
3. Add tempering to the dhokla and cover. Stand for 5 minutes. Garnish
with grated coconut & serve.
Note: • For tempering in MWS bowl add oil, rai, curry leaves and
microwave 100% for 2 minutes. Add water to the tempering.
• Mix 2 tsp sugar to water & dissolve before adding to the
tempering.
Weight Limit
0.1 kg
Utensil: Microwave safe (MWS) glass bowl
Instructions
Menu
Method:
0.1 kg
100 g
As required
1 tbsp
1 tsp
As per taste
¼ cup
For
Murmura
Roasted peanuts
Oil
Cumin
Salt, Chaat masala
Turmeric
1. In a MWS glass bowl add oil, cumin, turmeric. Select menu and press
start.
2. When beeps, add murmura. Mix and press start.
3. Add roasted peanuts, salt, chaat masala and serve.
Peanuts
Sn-4
Weight Limit
0.1~0.3 kg
Utensil: Microwave safe (MWS) flat glass dish
Instructions
For
Peanuts
Oil
0.1 kg
100 g
Method:
0.2 kg
200 g
Few drops
0.3 kg
300 g
19
1.
2.
3.
4.
In a MWS flat glass dish add drops of oil, peanuts. Mix well.
Select menu and weight and press start.
When beeps, stir it and press start.
Serve plain or with chaat masala.
24 Hours
Menu
Snacks
Khandvi
Sn-5
Weight Limit
0.3 kg
Utensil: Microwave safe (MWS) bowl
Instructions
Menu
Method:
0.3 kg
100 g
1 cup
1 cup
As per taste
As per taste
A few sprig
½ tsp
As required
For
Besan
Water
Curd
Salt
Green chilli & ginger paste
Chopped coriander leaves
Rai seeds (spluttered)
Grated coconut
1. In a MWS bowl mix besan, water, curd, salt and green chilli and ginger
paste together. Mix well. Cover.
2. Select menu and press start.
3. When beeps, stir well and press start.
4. When beeps, stir again and press start.
5. Spread the batter on a greased smooth flat kitchen slab or a transparent
thin film on the slab. Allow to cool, cut into lengthwise strips.
6. Roll the strips, garnish with spluttered rai, coriander leaves and grated
coconut and serve.
Spicy Baby Corn
Sn-6
Weight Limit
0.1~0.3 kg
Utensil: Microwave safe (MWS) bowl
Instructions
For
Baby corn (cut lengthwise)
Lemon juice
Sugar, Salt
Oil
For paste
Chopped coriander leaves
Chopped ginger
Garlic cloves
Chopped green chillies
Chopped onion
Cumin seeds
0.1 kg
100 g
1 tsp
1 cup
½ tsp
1 no.
1 no.
½ cup
Method:
0.2 kg
200 g
As per taste
As per taste
1½ tsp
0.3 kg
300 g
1½ cup
1 tsp
2 nos.
2 nos.
1 cup
As required
2 cups
1½ tsp
3 nos.
3 nos.
1 cup
2 tsp
1. Grind chopped coriander leaves, ginger, garlic cloves, green chillies,
onion and cumin seeds together to prepare the paste.
2. In a MWS bowl add oil, baby corns, sugar, salt and paste. Mix well.
Cover. Select menu and weight and press start.
3. Allow to stand for 3 minutes.
24 Hours
Menu
Child s Favourite
Corn Chaat
CF-1
Weight Limit
0.1~0.3 kg
Utensil: Microwave safe (MWS) bowl
Instructions
For
Sweet corn
Mix fruits (Pomegranate,
Cucumber, Apple)
0.1 kg
100 g
½ cup
0.3 kg
300 g
2 cup
1. In a MWS bowl add some water and sweet corns. Select menu and
weight and press start.
2. Transfer the corns in a bowl add mix fruits, salt, red chilli powder, chaat
masala, lemon juice. Mix well & serve.
As per taste
Salt, Red chilli powder, Chaat
masala, Lemon juice
Menu
Method:
0.2 kg
200 g
1 cup
Vermicelli Khichdi
CF-2
Weight Limit
0.1~0.3 kg
Utensil: Microwave safe (MWS) bowl
Instructions
For
Roasted vermicelli
Oil
Rai, Urad dal, Curry leaves
Chopped onion
Chopped tomato
Salt, Red chilli powder,
Turmeric, Garam masala
½ cup
1 No.
400 mL
Water
Lemon juice
Menu
0.1 kg
100 g
1 tbsp
Method:
0.2 kg
200 g
1½ tbsp
As per taste
1 cup
2 Nos.
As per taste
800 mL
As per taste
0.3 kg
300 g
2 tbsp
1 cup
3 Nos.
1200 mL
Omelette
CF-3
1. In a MWS bowl add oil, rai, chana dal, curry leaves, chopped onion. Mix
and select menu and weight and press start.
2. When beeps, mix and add tomato. Press start.
3. When beeps, mix and add vermicelli, water, salt, red chili powder,
turmeric, garam masala. Press start. Stand for 3 minutes.
4. Squeeze lemon, mix and serve.
Weight Limit
0.2~0.4 kg
Utensil: Microwave safe (MWS) flat glass dish
Instructions
For
Egg
Oil
Chopped onion, Tomato,
Coriander leaves
Salt, Pepper
0.2 kg
2 Nos.
½ tbsp
½ cup
Method:
0.3 kg
3 Nos.
1 tbsp
1 cup
0.4 kg
4 Nos.
1 tbsp
1 cup
As per taste
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1. Beat the egg well and add salt, pepper, tomato and onion.
2. Transfer to a greased MWS flat glass dish. Cover. Select menu and
weight and press start.
3. When beeps, add coriander leaves. Cover. Press start. Allow to stand
for 3 minutes. Serve hot.
Child s Favourite
Menu
24 Hours
Noodles
CF-4
Weight Limit
0.1~0.3 kg
Utensil: Microwave safe (MWS) bowl
Instructions
For
Noodles
Water
Oil
Vinegar
Soya sauce
Chilli sauce
Mix Vegetables - Cabbage,
Capsicum, Carrot,
French beans etc.
0.1 kg
100 g
400 mL
1 tsp
½ tsp
½ tsp
½ tsp
½ cup
0.3 kg
300 g
1200 mL
3 tsp
1 tsp
1 tsp
1 tsp
1 cup
1. In MWS bowl take noodles, water, oil. Select menu and weight and
press start.
2. When beeps, strain noodles and pour cold water over it. In Microwave
Safe Bowl put some oil and finely chopped vegetables, add vinegar,
soyasauce, chilli sauce, ajinomoto and pepper press start.
3. When beep, add noodles and mix well press start serve hot.
As per taste
Salt, Sugar, Pepper,
Ajinomoto (optional)
Menu
Method:
0.2 kg
200 g
800 mL
2 tsp
1 tsp
1 tsp
1 tsp
½ cup
Cake
CF-5
Weight Limit
0.1 kg
Utensil: Microwave safe (MWS) glass bowl
Instructions
For
Maida / refined wheat flour
Powdered sugar
Butter
Egg
Baking powder
Vanilla essence
Menu
Method:
0.1 kg
100 g
75 g
75 g
2 nos.
1 tsp
1 tsp
1. Sieve maida, baking powder.
2. In a bowl add powdered sugar and butter and beat well. Beat egg well.
Add essence. Add maida, mix, beat well.
3. For spoon dropping consistency add milk or water. Pour in MWS glass
bowl. Select menu & press start.
4. Stand for 5-10 minutes.
Chocolate Balls
CF-6
Weight Limit
0.3 kg
Utensil: Microwave safe (MWS) glass bowl
Instructions
Menu
Method:
0.3 kg
1 cup
1 cup
½ cup
½ cup
½ cup
For
Milkmaid
Marie biscuit powder
Milk powder
Bournvita
Grated coconut
1. In a MWS glass bowl add milkmaid, marie biscuit powder, milk powder,
bournvita. Select menu & press start.
2. Allow to cool. Make balls out of the mixture. Roll out the balls in the
grated coconut.
3. Keep in refrigerator for half an hour.
Bread Pudding
CF-7
Weight Limit
0.1~0.3 kg
Utensil: Microwave safe (MWS) flat glass dish
Instructions
For
Bread slices
Milk (for dipping the bread)
Egg
Vanilla Essence
Sugar
Dry fruits
0.1 kg
2 Nos.
½ cup
1 Nos.
½ tsp
3 tbsp
Method:
0.2 kg
3 Nos.
1 cup
2 Nos.
¾ tsp
4 tbsp
As per your taste
0.3 kg
4 Nos.
1½ cup
2 Nos.
1 tsp
5 tbsp
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1. Make small pieces of bread slices. Beat the egg very well. Mix all the
ingredient very well.
2. Pour this mixture into MWS flat glass dish. Select menu and weight.
Press start.
Health Plus
Menu
Health Plus
Lemon Chicken
HP-1
Weight Limit
0.1~0.3 kg
Utensil: Microwave safe (MWS) bowl
Instructions
0.1 kg
100 g
½ tbsp
½ tbsp
½ cup
For
Boneless chicken
Soya sauce
Cornflour
Water
Salt, Pepper, Sugar
Garlic paste
Lemon juice
Oil
Menu
Method:
0.2 kg
200 g
1 tbsp
1 tbsp
½ cup
As per taste
1½ tbsp
3 tsp
1 tbsp
1 tbsp
2 tsp
½ tbsp
0.3 kg
300 g
1½ tbsp
1½ tbsp
½ cup
2 tbsp
4 tsp
1½ tbsp
Kala chana
HP-2
1. Mix boneless chicken, soysauce, salt and pepper, garlic paste and
lemon juice in a bowl. Refrigerate for ½ hour.
2. In a MWS bowl add oil, marinated chicken pieces, sugar, corn flour
mixed with water. Cover. Select menu and weight and press start.
3. When beeps, mix well. Cover and press start. Allow to stand for 3
minutes.
Weight Limit
0.1~0.3 kg
Utensil: Microwave safe (MWS) bowl
Instructions
0.1 kg
100g
200 mL
1 tbsp
1/2 cup
For
Soaked kala chana (overnight)
Water
Oil
Chopped onion
Salt, Chaat masala, Red chilli
powder, Coriander leaves
Menu
Method:
0.2 kg
200g
400 mL
2 tbsp
1 cup
As per taste
0.3 kg
300g
600 mL
3 tbsp
1½ cup
Machi Kali Mirch
HP-3
1. Soak chana overnight, in a MWS bowl take soaked chana with water,cover
it.
2. Select menu and weight and press start to cook.
3. When beeps, strain the water from it. In a MWS bowl, add oil, chopped
onion, chaat masala, red chilli powder, coriander leaves and press start to
cook.
4. When beeps, add boiled chana, mix well and press start.
Weight Limit
0.1~0.3 kg
Utensil: Microwave safe (MWS) bowl
Instructions
For
Pomfret fish
Salt, Lemon juice, Pepper
Oil, Chopped onion, Chopped
tomatoes, Chopped garlic
Menu
0.1 kg
100 g
Method:
0.2 kg
0.3 kg
200 g
300 g
To marinate as per taste
As required
Ghiya Raita
HP-4
1. Take pomfret slices as per weight either of (0.1 kg/ 0.2 kg/ 0.3kg) and
marinate with salt, lemon juice, and pepper for one hour.
2. In MWS bowl put oil, chopped onion, chopped tomatoes, chopped
garlic. Select menu and weight and press start.
3. When beeps, open door and add marinated fish and some water. Cover
and press start.
4. Give standing time for 5 minutes.
Weight Limit
0.1~0.3 kg
Utensil: Microwave safe (MWS) bowl
Instructions
For
Grated ghiya
Water
Salt
Curd
Salt, Sugar, Mustard powder &
Green chilli
Menu
0.1 kg
100 g
50 mL
3 tbsp
Method:
0.2 kg
200 g
75 mL
To taste
4 tbsp
As per taste
0.3 kg
300 g
100 mL
5 tbsp
Nutrinuggets
HP-5
1. In a MWS bowl add grated ghiya, sprinkle water and salt. Select menu
and weight and press start to cook.
2. Strain ghiya and take it in MWS bowl and add curd, water, mustard
powder, salt, sugar, green chilli. Serve chilled.
Weight Limit
0.1~0.3 kg
Utensil: Microwave safe (MWS) bowl
Instructions
For
Soaked and boiled nutrinuggets
Potato
Oil
Cumin
Chopped onion
Tomato puree
Salt, Garam masala, Red chilli
powder, Turmeric, Coriander
powder
Water
Chopped coriander leaves
0.1 kg
50 g
50 g
1 tbsp
1/2 cup
2 tbsp
1½ cup
Method:
0.2 kg
100 g
100 g
1½ tbsp
As per taste
1 cup
3 tbsp
As per taste
2 cup
For garnishing
0.3 kg
150 g
150 g
2 tbsp
1½ cup
4 tbsp
2½ cup
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1. In a MWS bowl add oil, cumin, onion. Select menu and weight and press
start. Mix well.
2. When beeps, add tomato puree, nutrinuggets, potato, salt, red chilli
powder, turmeric, coriander leaves and add ½ the amount of water
mentioned per weight (For eg. For 200g, add 1 cup of water). Cover and
press start. Mix well.
3. When beeps, add the remaining amount of water and press start. Mix
well. Allow to stand for 3 minutes. Garnish with coriander leaves and
serve hot with roti.
Utility Corner
Menu
Utility Corner
UC-1
Keep warm
Weight Limit
0.3 kg
Utensil: Microwave safe (MWS) bowl
Instructions
Menu
Method:
0.3 kg
For
UC-2
1. Any cooked food with cover (Rice, Dal, Sabzi, Halwa, Upma etc.) Select
menu & press start.
Steam Clean
Weight Limit
0.3 kg
Utensil: Microwave safe (MWS) bowl
Instructions
Menu
Method:
0.3 kg
For
1. Take water in MWS bowl, add vinegar or lemon juice. Select menu &
press start.
2. When beeps, wipe out with clean napkin. Press start.
3. Again wipe out. Take out the plug.
UC-3
Defrost Veg
Weight Limit
0.1~0.5 kg
Utensil: Microwave safe (MWS) bowl
Instructions
Method:
0.1~0.5 kg
For
Veg - (Paneer, Green Peas, Corn etc.)
1. Take in MWS bowl, select menu & weight and press start.
2. When beeps, turn the food. Press start.
Menu
UC-4
Defrost Non-Veg
Weight Limit
0.5~1.0 kg
Utensil: Microwave safe (MWS) bowl
Instructions
Menu
Method:
0.5~1.0 kg
For
UC-5
Non-Veg - (Chicken, Mutton etc.)
1. Take in MWS bowl, select menu & weight and press start.
2. When beeps, turn the food. Press start.
De-humidification
Weight Limit
0.1~0.3 kg
Utensil: Microwave safe (MWS) bowl
Instructions
Method:
0.1~0.3 kg
For
Namkin, Biscuits, Bhujia, Papad and Wafers etc.
1. In MWS bowl add the food to be dehumidified. Select menu and weight
and press start.
Menu
Flavoured Yoghurt
FE-1
Weight Limit
0.6 kg
Utensil: Microwave safe (MWS) glass bowl
Instructions
Menu
Method:
0.6 kg
200 mL
100 mL
200 mL
As per choice (½ tsp)
For
Curd
Milkmaid
Fresh cream
Flavours (Vanilla, Strawberry,
Pineapple essence)
1. In a MWS glass bowl mix all the ingredients. Beat well till smooth.
2. Select menu and press start.
3. When cooking ends, take out & allow to come to room temperature.
Keep in freezer for 1 hour.
Note: In case you use strawberry essence, add a pinch of pink food
colour to add colour to the yoghurt. For pineapple yoghurt, add
pineapple slices at the time of serving.
Masala Paneer
FE-2
Weight Limit
0.5 kg
Utensil: Microwave safe (MWS) glass bowl
Instructions
Menu
Method:
0.5 kg
500 mL
2 tbsp
1 tbsp
1 tsp
For
Milk
Curd
Coriander
Cumin
1. In MWS glass bowl add milk. Select menu and press start. When it gives
a beep, remove and add curd, coriander and cumin. Put in microwave.
Press start. When it gives a beep, remove and strain and press in a
muslin cloth.
Yeast Dough
FE-3
Weight Limit
0.25 kg
Utensil: Microwave safe (MWS) glass bowl
Instructions
For
Maida
Yeast
Salt
Sugar
Water
Method:
0.25 kg
250 g
1 tbsp
1/2 tsp
1 tsp
As required
1. In MWS glass bowl add maida, yeast, salt and sugar. Mix well, add water
and make a soft dough. Select menu and press start. When it gives a
beep, rest for 3 minutes. Now remove
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List of Ingredients
Spices
Vegetables
English Name
Hindi Name
English Name
Hindi Name
*Ajinomoto (Flavour enhancer)
Asafoetida
Basil
Bay Leaf
Cardamom, black
Cardamom, green
Carom seeds
Cinnamon
Cloves
Coriander Seeds
Cumin seeds
Dry Mango Powder
Dry red chilli
Fennel
Fenugreek leaves, dried
Fenugreek seeds
Mustard seeds
Nutmeg
Oregano
Pepper
Pomegranate seeds, dried
Poppy seeds
Red Chilli
Salt
Turmeric
Ajinomoto
Hing
Tulsi
Tej Patta
Moti Elaichi
Choti Elaichi
Ajwain
Dalchini
Laung
Sabut Dhania
Jeera
Amchur
Sukhi Sabut Lal Mirch
Saunf
Kasuri Methi
Methidana
Sarson, Rai
Jaiphal
Oregano
Kali Mirch
Anardana
Khus Khus
Lal Mirch
Namak
Haldi
Mushroom
Olives
Onion
Parsley
Potato
Peas
Radish
Red Pumpkin
Spinach
Spring Onion
Tomato
Turnip
Chenopodium leaves
Zucchini
Kukurmutta
Jaitun
Pyaz
Ajmoda
Aloo
Hari Matar
Mooli
Lal Kaddu
Palak
Hari Pyaz
Tamatar
Shalgam
Bathua
Torai
Fruits
English Name
Hindi Name
Apple
Coconut
Grapes
Mango
Pineapple
Pomegranate
Raw Banana
Seb
Nariyal
Angoor
Aam
Anannas
Anaar
Kacha Kela
Vegetables
Cereals
English Name
Hindi Name
English Name
Hindi Name
Amaranth
Baby corn
Bittergourd
Bottlegourd
Brinjal/Eggplant
Broccoli
Cabbage
Capsicum
Cauli ower
Carrot
Celery
Cluster
Coriander leaves
Cucumber
Curry leaves
Drumsticks
French beans
Garlic
Ginger
Lady Finger
Lemon
Lemon Grass
Lime
Mint
Chavli
Baby corn
Karela
Ghiya
Baigan
Hari Phool Gobhi
Pata Gobhi/Bandh Gobhi
Shimla Mirch
Phool Gobhi
Gajar
Ajmod
Beans Gavar Ki Fali
Hara Dhania
Kheera
Curry Patta
Drumsticks
France beans
Lehsun
Adrak
Bhindi
Nimbu
Lemon Grass
Nimbu
Pudina
Flattened Rice
Oats
Puffed Rice
Re ned wheat
Rice
Sago
Semolina
Whole wheat broken
Wheat Flour (whole)
Poha
Jaei
Murmura
Flour Maida
Chawal
Sabudana
Suji
Daliya
Gehun ka Atta
Pulses
English Name
Hindi Name
Bengal Gram Dal
Chana Dal
Bengal Gram our
Besan
Black Gram Dal
Urad Dal
Green Gram Dal(Dehusked) Moong Dal (Dhuli)
Kidney Beans
Rajma
Lentils,(Dehusked)
Masoor Dal (Dhuli)
Red Gram Dal
Arhar/Tuvar Dal
Soyabean
Soyabean
* Ajinomoto (Mono-sodium glutamate) is only a flavour enhancer and shall not be added to food for infants
below 12 month of age.
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List of Ingredients
Dry Fruits
Miscellaneous
English Name
Hindi Name
English Name
Hindi Name
Almonds
Cashewnuts
Pistachio
Raisins
Walnuts
Badam
Kaju
Pista
Kishmish
Akhrot
Bread crumbs
Corn our
Coffee
Cottage cheese
Curd
Eggs
Honey
Jaggery
Khoa
Milk
Powdered Sugar
Sugar
Tamarind
Tea
Saffron
Sprouts
Vinegar
Bread crumbs
Corn our
Coffee
Paneer
Dahi
Ande
Shahed
Gud
Khoa
Doodh
Bura
Cheeni
Imli
Chai
Kesar
Ankur
Sirka
Fats & Oils
English Name
Hindi Name
Butter
Ghee
Oil
Olive Oil
Mustard Oil
Makhan
Ghee
Tel
Jaitun Ka Tel
Sarson Ka Tel
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To Clean Your Oven / vkids vksou dh lQkbZ
To Clean Your Oven / vkids vksou dh lQkbZ
1.
1-
2.
2-
3.
34.
45.
56.
6-
Keep the inside of the oven clean
Food spatters or spilled liquids stick to oven walls and between the seal and door surfaces. It is best to wipe up spillovers with a damp cloth
right away. Crumbs and spillovers will absorb microwave energy and lengthen cooking times. Use a damp cloth to wipe out crumbs that fall
between the door and the frame. It is important to keep this area clean to assure a tight seal. Remove greasy spatters with a soapy cloth then
rinse and dry. Do not use harsh detergent or abrasive cleaners. The metal tray can be washed by hand or in the dishwasher.
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[kkus ds VqdM+s ;k rjy inkFkksaZ ds NhaVs nhokjksa ij vkSj lhy rFkk njoktksa ds chp dh lrg ij fpid tkrs gSaA ,d xhys diM+s ls bldks rqjar lkQ+ djuk vko';d gSA
;s [kkus ds NksVs VqdM+s vkSj rjy inkFkksaZ dh cwans ekbØksoso dh ÅtkZ dks vo'kksf"kr dj ysrs gSa vkSj bl rjg [kkuk cuus dk le; yack gks ldrk gSA njokt+s vkSj [kkapksa
ds chp fxjs gq, bu [kkus ds VqdM+ksa dks xhys diM+s ls lkQ+ djsaA VkbZV lhy ds fy, ;g lQkbZ j[kuh cgqr t#jh gSA rSyh; NhaVksa dks gVkus ds fy, lkcqu ls Hkhxk
gqvk diM+k bLrseky djsa vkSj mlds ckn mls /kks dj lq[kk ysaA dBksj fMVjtsaV dk bLrseky u djsaA /kkrq dh Vªs dks gkaFkksa ls ;k fM'kok'kj esa /kksbZ tk ldrh gSaA
Keep the outside of the oven clean
Clean the outside of your oven with soap and water then with clean water and dry with a soft cloth or paper towel. To prevent damage to the
operating parts inside the oven, the water should not be allowed to seep into the ventilation openings. To clean control panel, open the door
to prevent the oven from accidentally starting, and wipe a damp cloth followed immediately by a dry cloth. Press Stop/Clear after cleaning.
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lkcqu vkSj lkQ+ ikuh ls blds ckgjh fgLlksa dks lkQ+ djsa vkSj eqyk;e diM+s ;k isij V‚oy ls bls iksaN dj lq[kk,aA vksou ds Hkhrj blds dke djus
okys fgLlksa dks VwV&QwV ls cpkus ds fy, ikuh dks gok vkus okys jkLrksa ij tek u gksus nsaA daVªksy iSuy dks lkQ+ djus ds fy, njokt+k [kqyk gh j[ksa
rkfd dgha xyrh ls vksou pkyw u gks tk,A fQj bls ,d xhys diM+s ls lkQ+ djds lw[ks diM+s ls iksaN nsaA lQkbZ ds ckn LV‚i/fDyvj cVu nck,aA
It steam accumulates inside or around the outside of the oven door, wipe the panels with a soft cloth. This may occur when the oven is
operated under high humidity conditions and in no way indicates a malfunction of the unit.
vxj njokt+as ds ckgj ;k Hkhrj Hkki bdëh gks tk, rks ,d eqyk;e diM+s ls iSuy dks iksaN nsaA cgqr ueh gks tkus ij vksou ds lapkyu ds dkj.k ,slk gks ldrk gS ;g
dksbZ vksou dh [kjkch ugha gSA
The door and door seal should be kept clean. Use only warm, soapy water, rinse then dry throughly. DO NOT USE ABRASIVE MATERIALS,
SUCH AS CLEANING POWDERS OR STEEL AND PLASTIC PADS. Metal parts will be easier to maintain if wiped frequently with a damp cloth.
njokt+s vkSj mudh lhy lkQ j[kh tkuh pkfg,A xeZ lkcqu okyk ikuh ysdj iwjh rjg ls /kks,a vkSj fQj lq[kk,aA LVhy vkSj IykfLVd ds uqdhys iSM~l vkSj Dyhfuax
ikmMlZ dk bLrsekya djsaA xhys diM+s ls fu;fer :i ls iksaNus ls vki /kkrq ds fgLlksa dks Bhd j[k ldrs gSaA
Do not use steam cleaners.
LVhe DyhulZ dk ç;ksx u djsaA
Unplug your oven from the electrical socket when you clean control panel with wet cloth or spray water on control glass to clean. If it is not
unplugged, this product can be operated by touching the Quick Start button.
xhys diM+s ls daVªksy iSuy dks lkQ djrs le; ;k daVªksy Xykl dks lkQ djus ds fy, Lizs djrs le; vius vksou dks fctyh ds fLop ls vyx djsaA vxj vki ,slk
ugha djrs gSa rks fDod LVkVZ cVu dks Nwus ek= ls ;g LVkVZ gks ldrk gSA
Questions & Answers / ç’u vkSj mÙkj
Questions & Answers / ç'u vkSj mÙkj
FAQ
Answer
What’s wrong when the oven light will not glow?
There may be several reasons why the oven light will not glow.
Either the light bulb has blown or the electric circuit has failed.
Does microwave energy pass through the viewing screen
in the door?
NO. The holes, or ports, are made to allow light to pass; they do not let
microwave energy through.
Why does the BEEP tone sound when a button on the
control panel is touched?
The BEEP tone sounds to assure that the setting is being properly entered.
Will the microwave function be damaged if it operates
empty?
Yes. Never run it empty.
Why do eggs sometimes pop?
When baking, frying, or poaching eggs, the yolk may pop due to steam build up
inside the yolk membrane. To prevent this, simply pierce the yolk before cooking.
Never microwave eggs in the shell.
After microwave cooking is finished, food keeps on cooking during standing
time. This standing time finishes cooking evenly throughout the food. The
amount of standing time depends on the density of the food.
Check your cooking guide again to make sure you've followed directions
correctly, and to see what might cause variations in cooking time. Cooking
guide times and heat settings are suggestions, chosen to help prevent
overcooking, the most common problem in getting used to this oven. Variations
in the size, shape, weight and dimensions of the food require longer cooking
time. Use your own judgment along with the cooking guide suggestions to test
food conditions, just as you would do with a conventional cooker.
Why is standing time recommended after microwave
cooking is over?
Why doesn’t my oven always cook as fast as cooling
guide says?
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Questions & Answers / ç’u vkSj mÙkj
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rc D;k djsa tc vksou dh cÙkh u tys\
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D;k njokt+s ds ikjn'khZ LØhu ls ekbØksoso ÅtkZ ckgj vk ldrh
gS\
ughaA muls çdk'k rks ckgj vk ldrk gS ekbØksoso ÅtkZ ughaA
tc Hkh daVªksy iSuy dk dksbZ cVu Nqvk tkrk gS rks chi dh /ofu
D;ksa vkrh gS\
chi dh /ofu ls vkidks ;g irk pyrk gS dh lsfVax lgh py jgh gSA
vxj xyrh ls vksou dks [kkyh gh pyk fn;k tk, rks D;k blesa
xM+cM+h vk ldrh gS\
gk¡] blfy, bls dHkh Hkh [kkyh ugha pykb;sA
dHkh dHkh vaMs D;ksa rM+d dj QV tkrs gSa\
tc Hkh vaMs dks Hkwuk] ryk ;k idk;k ¼iksp½ tkrk gS rc vUnj Hkki cuus ls bldk ;ksd
QV ldrk gSA blls cpus ds fy, bldks cukus ls igys blds ;ksd esa ,d Nsn dj nsuk
pkfg,A ekbØksoso ds Hkhrj dHkh Hkh vaMksa dks 'kSy ds lkFk u j[ksaA
ekbØksoso dqfdax gks tkus ds ckn dqN #dus dks D;ksa dgk tkrk
gS\
ekbØksoso dqfdax ds [k+Re gks tkus ds ckn Hkh [kkuk vUnj gh vUnj idrk jgrk gS rks
FkksM+k #d tkus ij og idus dk dk;Z rc rd lekIr gks tkrk gSA bl lekiu esa yxus
okyk le; vUnj j[ks [kkus dh xgurk ij fuHkZj djrk gSA
dqfdax xkbM esa tSlk fy[kk gksrk gS mruh rst+h ls vksou esa [kkuk
D;ksa ugha idrk\
/;ku ls nqckjk viuh dqfdax xkbM dks i<+sa fd dgha mlds dne nj dne funsZ'kksa ds
ikyu esa vkils dksbZ Hkwy rks ugha gqbZ\ vkSj bl rjg ns[ksa fd vkSj D;k dkj.k gks ldrs gSa
ftlls vkidks vf/kd le; yx x;kA blesa fy[ks x, le; dh lhek dk mís'; vkids
[kkus dks vf/kd id tkus ls cpkuk gSA [kkus ds :i jax vkSj vkdkj esa fofo/krk ls blds
fuekZ.k esa Hkh mlh vuqlkj le; de ;k vf/kd yxrk gSA vki viuh le> ds eqrkfcd+
idus okys le; dk lgh vuqeku djsa tSlk fd vki vius ikjaifjd çs'kj dqdj ds lkFk
djrh gSaA
Two Recipes / nks O;atu
Two Recipes for starters
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q kas ds fy, nks O;t
a u
NOTE : The time variation during cooking of recipe depends upon the ingredients, method adopted & type of food category
/;ku nsa% bl Hkkstu esa yxus okyk le; blds rRoksa] blds cukus dh ç.kkyh vkSj ;g fdl oxZ dk Hkkstu gS & bu ij fuHkZj djsxkA
1. ROASTED PAPAD
Procedure :
Papad:
1. Place the raw papad at the centre of
Glass Tray, as shown in the picture
above.
2. Select Micro-100% Power Level and
Cook time. Press START/Add 30 Secs
3. After Papad cooking give standing
time of 30-45 seconds.
To Cook Multiple Papads :
*Place Multiple papads over one another,
as shown in the picture above.
Crispy Papad :
1. Press START/Add 30 Secs once
without papad.
2. Sprinkle little water or oil over the
papad.
3. After beep, place the papad at the
centre and press START/Add 30
Secs.
*Note : The cooking time may vary –
a. As per the composition of the papad
material.
b. As per the Quantity of papad used.
1. Hkqus gq, ikiM+
fof/k
ikiM+ %
1. Xykl Vªs ds chp esa dPpk ikiM+ j[ksa] tSlk fd
mijksDr fp=k esa n'kkZ;k x;k gSA
2. ekbØks-100% ikoj Lrj vkSj idkus dk le;
fu/kkZfjr djsaA START/Add 30 Secs nck,aA
3. ikiM+ id tkus ds ckn 30-45 lSdsaM rd j[kk
jgus nsaA
vf/kd ikiM+ idkus ds fy, %
*cgqr lkjs ikiM+ ,d nwljs ds Åij j[ksa] tSlk fd
mijksDr fp=k esa n'kkZ;k x;k gSA
fØLih ikiM+ %
1.
2.
3.
ikiM+ j[kus ls igys START/Add 30 Secs ,d
ckj nck,aA
ikiM+ ds Åij FkksM+k ikuh ;k rsy fNM+dsaA
chi ds ckn] Xykl Vªs ds chp esa ikiM+ j[ksa] tSlk
fd mijksDr fp=k esa n'kkZ;k x;k gS] vkSj
START/Add 30 Secs nck,aA
*uksV % idkus ds le; esa vUrj gks ldrk gS –
a. ikiM+ dh lkexzh dh cukoV ds vuqlkjA
b. bLrseky fd;s x, ikiM+ dh ek=kk ds vuqlkjA
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2. POP CORN : Place the pop corn bag to
the glass tray properly as instructed on
packing. Use START/Add 30 Secs to set
3~4 minutes. Remove the bag after
poping sound has stopped. Take care
that bag corners do not touch sides while
rotating.
Note : Attend poping process carefully.
Do not overheat as cause flash fire.
2.
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ikWi dkWuZ dk cSx dk¡p dh Vªs ij Bhd ls j[ksaA
3~4 feuV lSV djus ds fy, START/Add
30 Secs dk iz;ksx djsaA Hkquus dh vkokt
lekIr gksus ds ckn cSx dks gVk ysaA /;ku j[ksa
fd cSx ds dksus ?kqekrs le; lkbM ls u Nq,aA
uksV % Hkquus dh izfØ;k dks /;kuiwoZd ns[ksaA
vko';drk ls vf/kd xeZ u djsa D;ksafd
blls vkx yx ldrh gSA
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