LG | MH6044V | LG MH6044V Owner’s Manual

OWNER’S MANUAL
MICROWAVE OVEN
PLEASE READ THIS OWNER’S MANUAL THOROUGHLY BEFORE OPERATING.
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Precautions
Precautions to avoid possible exposure to excessive microwave energy.
When heating liquids, e.g. soups, sauces and beverages in your microwave
oven, delayed eruptive boiling can occur without evidence of bubbling. This
could result in a sudden boil over of the hot liquid. To prevent this possibility
the following steps should be taken:
You cannot operate your oven with the door open due to the safety interlocks
built into the door mechanism. These safety interlocks automatically switch off
any cooking activity when the door is opened; which in the case of a
microwave oven could result in harmful exposure to microwave energy.
It is important not to tamper with the safety interlocks.
1. Avoid using straight sided containers with narrow necks.
Do not place any object between the oven front face and the door or allow
food or cleaner residue to accumulate on sealing surfaces.
2. Do not overheat.
3. Stir the liquid before placing the container in the oven and again halfway
through the heating time.
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.
4. After heating, allow to stand in the oven for a short time, stir or shake
them(especially the contents of feeding bottles and baby food jars) again
carefully and check the temperature of them before consumption to avoid
burns (especially, contents of feeding bottles and baby food jars).
Be careful when handling the container.
Your oven should not be adjusted or repaired by anyone except qualified
service personnel.
Warning
Warning
Always allow food to stand after being cooked by
microwaves and check the temperature of them
before consumption. Especially contents of feeding
bottles and baby food jars.
Please ensure cooking times are correctly set as
over cooking may result in the FOOD catching fire
and subsequent damage to your oven.
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Contents
Precautions
Contents
Unpacking & Installing
Setting the Clock
Child Lock
Micro Power Cooking
Micro Power Level
Two Stage Cooking
Quick Start
Grill Cooking
Combination Cooking
Continental Menu
Arabian Menu
European Menu
Oriental Menu
Auto Defrost
Quick Defrost
Energy Saving
Important safety instructions
Microwave - safe Utensils
Food characteristics & Microwave cooking
Questions & Answers
Plug wiring information/Technical Specifications
How the Microwave Oven Works
Microwaves are a form of energy similar to radio and television waves and
ordinary daylight. Normally, microwaves spread outwards as they travel
through the atmosphere and disappear without effect. Microwave ovens,
however, have a magnetron which is designed to make use of the energy in
microwaves. Electricity, supplied to the magnetron tube, is used to created
microwave energy.
These microwaves enter the cooking area through openings inside the oven.
A turntable or tray is located at the bottom of 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.
Microwaves do not heat cookware, though cooking vessels will eventually
get hot from the heat generated by the food.
A very safe appliance
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.
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Unpacking &
Installing
By following the basic steps on these two 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.
Place the oven in the level location of your choice with
more than 85cm height but make sure there is at least
30cm of space on the top and 10cm at the rear for proper
ventilation. The front of the oven should be at least 8cm 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.
Unpack your oven and place it on a flat level
surface.
GRILL RACK
THIS OVEN SHOULD NOT BE USED FOR COMMERCIAL CATERING
PURPOSES
GLASS TRAY
ROTATING RING
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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.
Fill a microwave safe container with
300 ml (1/2 pint) of water. Place on
the GLASS TRAY and close the oven door. If you
have any doubts about what type of container to
use please refer to page 37.
Open your oven door .
Place the ROTATING RING inside the oven and place
the GLASS TRAY on top.
Press the
STOP/CLEAR
button, and
press the
START button
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1 time to set
30 seconds of
cooking time.
You will hear a BEEP
when you press the button.
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The DISPLAY will count down from 30 seconds.
When it reaches 0 it will sound BEEPS. 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.
Setting the
Clock
You can set either 12 hour clock or 24 hour clock .
In the following example I will show you how to set the time for 14:35 when using the 24 clock.
Make sure that you have removed all packaging from your oven.
Make sure that you have correctly installed your oven as described
earlier in this book.
Press STOP/CLEAR.
When your oven is plugged in for the
first time or when power resumes after a
power cut, a "0" will be shown in the
display; you will have to reset the clock.
If the clock (or display) shows any
strange looking symbols, unplug your
oven from the electrical socket and plug
it back in and reset the clock.
Press CLOCK once for 24 hour clock .
(If you want to use 12 hour clock, Press CLOCK once more.
If you want to change different option after setting clock,
you have to unplug and plug it back in.)
Press 10 MIN fifteen times.
Press 1 MIN three times.
Press 10 SEC five times.
During clock setting the colon will flash.
After setting, the colon will stop flashing.
Press CLOCK to set the time.
The clock starts counting.
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Child
Lock
Press STOP/CLEAR.
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.
However your child can still open the
oven door!
Press and hold STOP/CLEAR until “L” appears in the display and BEEP sounds.
The CHILD LOCK is now set.
The time will disappear on the display if you have set the clock.
“L” remains displayed to let you know that CHILD LOCK is set.
To cancel CHILD LOCK press and hold STOP/CLEAR until “L” disappears. You will
hear BEEP when it’s released.
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Micro Power
Cooking
In the following example I will show you how to cook some food on 80% power for 5 minutes and 30 seconds.
Make sure that you have correctly installed your oven as described earlier
in this book.
Press STOP/CLEAR.
Your oven has five microwave Power
settings. High power is automatically
selected but repeated press of the
MICRO key will select a different power
level .
Press MICRO twice to select 80% power.
“560” appears on the display.
Power
output
%
700W
100%
MEDIUM
HIGH
560W
80%
MEDIUM
420W
60%
Press START.
MEDIUM LOW
280W
40%
After cooking is over, End Reminder Beep Sounds per 1 minute for
5 minutes until the oven door is opened.
LOW
140W
20%
POWER
HIGH
Press 1 MIN five times.
Press 10 SEC three times.
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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.
POWER LEVEL
OUTPUT
USE
HIGH
100%
(700W)
* Boil Water
* Brown minced beef
* Cook poultry pieces, fish, vegetables
* Cook tender cuts of meat
MEDIUM HIGH
80%
(560W)
* Reheating( Liquid )
* Roast meat and poultry
* Cook mushrooms and shellfish
* Cook foods containing cheese and eggs
MEDIUM
60%
(420W)
* Reheating (Mashed potato,Plated meal, Ready meal)
* Bake cakes and scones
* Prepare eggs
* Cook custard
* Prepare rice, soup
MEDIUM LOW
40%
(280W)
* Melt butter and chocolate
* Cook less tender cuts of meat
LOW
20%
(140W)
* Soften butter & cheese
* Soften ice cream
* Raise yeast dough
* All thawing
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Micro Power
Level
Two stage
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In the following example I will show you how to cook some food in two stages. The first stage will cook your food
for 11 minutes on HIGH; the second will cook for 35 minutes on 40%(280W).
Press STOP/CLEAR.
During two stage cooking the oven door
can be opened and food checked. Close
the oven door and press START and the
cooking stage will continue.
Set the power and the cooking time for stage1.
Press MICRO once to select HIGH power.
Press 10 MIN once.
Press 1 MIN once.
At the end of stage1, BEEP sounds and
stage 2 commences.
Should you wish to clear the programme
press STOP twice.
Set the power and the cooking time for stage2.
Press MICRO four times to select 40% power.
Press 10 MIN three times.
Press 1 MIN five times.
Press START.
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In the following example I will show you how to set 2 minutes of cooking on high power.
Press STOP/CLEAR.
The QUICK START feature allows you to
set 30 seconds intervals of HIGH power
cooking with a touch of the START key.
Press START four times to select 2 minutes on HIGH power.
Your oven will start before you have finished the fourth press.
During QUICK START cooking, you can extend the cooking time up to
10 minutes by repeatedly pressing the START key.
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Quick
Start
Grill
Cooking
In the following example I will show you how to use the grill to cook some food for 12 minutes and 30 seconds.
Press STOP/CLEAR.
This feature will allow you to brown and
crisp food quickly.
GRILL RACK
Press GRILL.
Set the cooking time.
Press 10 MIN once.
Press 1 MIN twice.
Press 10 SEC three times.
Press START.
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Combination
Cooking
In the following example I will show you how to programme your oven with combi mode co-3 for a cooking time
of 25 minutes.
Press STOP/CLEAR.
Press COMBI. three times.
“Co-3” appears on the display.
Your oven has a combination cooking
feature which allows you to cook food
with heater and microwave at the same
time. This generally means it takes less
time to cook your food.
The sheath heater grills the surface of
the food while microwave heats inside.
Set the cooking time.
Press 10 MIN two times.
Press 1 MIN five times.
Press START.
Be careful when removing your food because the container will be hot!
Combination Cooking Mode
CATEGORY
Co-1
Co-2
Co-3
MICRO POWER (%)
25
45
65
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HEATER POWER (%)
75
55
35
Continental
Menu
In the following example I will show you how to cook 0.4 kg of Couscous .
Press STOP/CLEAR.
CONTINENTAL MENU allows you to cook
Press Continental Menu once.
most of your favorite food easily
by selecting the food type and
entering the weight of the food.
Category
Press
Continental Menu
Couscous
time
Jollof Rice
times
Fufu
times
Potato Gratin
times
Chicken Tagine
Press MORE four times to enter 0.4 kg.
Press START.
times
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Category
Weight
Limit
Utensil
Food Temp
Instructions
Ingredients
Couscous
Water
butter
0.1 kg
120 ml
1 Tablespoon
0.2 kg
0.3 kg
240 ml
360 ml
2 Tablespoons
0.4 kg
480 ml
3 tablespoons
Vegetable mixture
1. Pour water, butter in a large bowl and mix well. cover with plastic
wrap and vent.
2. Place food in the oven. Choose the menu and press start to cook.
3. After cooking remove bowl from oven and cover, let stand for 15~20
minutes.
4. With a fork, fluff the couscous and mix the couscous with some of
the vegetable sauce.
Couscous
(Cc-1)
0.1~0.4kg
Microwavesafe bowl
Room
Vegetable mixture
15 pealed pearl onions or 2 cups sliced onions \ 15oz Can chick peas
2 large boiled potatoes cubed \ 1 sliced carrots
1/2 cup chopped cilantro \ 1/4 cup chopped parsley
2 tablespoons minced garlic \ 1 teaspoon paprika
1/4 teaspoon nutmeg \ 1/2 teaspoon salt \ 1/2 teaspoon black pepper
2 cans tomato sauce \ 1 Chicken broth
1 1/2 cups water \ 2 tablespoons butter
1. Cook onions and butter for 5 minutes until caramelized.
2. Add carrots and garbanzo beans and cook for another 5 minutes,
and add garlic, cilantro, parsley, potatoes and 1/2 tsp salt and mix
vegetables.
3. In a large 4 quart sauce pan bring tomato sauce and 1 1/2 cup of
water to a simmer.
4. Add seasonings and spices to the sauce then add vegetable
mixture to tomato sauce and simmer for 10~12 minutes.
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Category
Weight
Limit
Utensil
Food Temp
Instructions
Ingredients
Jollof Rice
0.1~0.4 kg
Microwavesafe bowl
Room
(Cc-2)
Rice
0.1 kg
0.2 kg
0.3 kg
0.4 kg
Stock
(meat or vegetable)
150 ml
300 ml
450 ml
600 ml
Vegetable oil
1 Tbs
2 Tbs
3 Tbs
Onion
1/2 onion
1 onion
2 onion
Tomato paste
1 1/2 teaspoon
3 teaspoon
6 teaspoon
some green chili, seeded and chopped
1. Cook onion, chili and tomato paste in a lightly oiled frying pan until
lightly browned.
2. Place the cooked tomato mixture into a deep and large bowl and
add rice and water. Cover with plastic wrap and vent.
3. Place food in the oven. Choose the menu and press start to cook.
Stir at least twice during cooking.
Ingredients
Cassava or white yam
Water
Fufu
(Cc-3)
0.5~1.0 kg
Microwavesafe bowl
Room
0.5 kg
1 cup
0.75 kg
1 cup
1.0 kg
2 cup
2 tablespoons of butter Salt and pepper
1. Place the unpeeled yams or cassava in a large bowl, and pour
water. cover with plastic wrap and vent.
2. Place food in the oven. Choose the menu and press start to cook.
3. Drain the yams or cassava and let them cool.
4. Peel the yams or cassava, chop them into large pieces and place
them into a large bowl with the butter, salt and pepper.
5. Mash with a potato masher until very smooth.
6. Place the fufu into a large serving bowl. Wet your hands with water,
form into a large ball and serve. You can also make smaller balls for
individual servings.
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Category
Weight
Limit
Utensil
Food Temp
Instructions
Ingredients
Potato mixture \ 250ml heavy cream
350g grated Gruyere cheese
For Potato mixture :
1kg potatoes \ 400ml milk \ 1 1/2 teaspoons salt
Pinch ground nutmeg
Potato Gratin
(Cc-4)
2.0 kg
Microwavesafe baking
dish on the
rack
Room
Slice potatoes into 3mm thickness. Combine all ingredients in
a saucepan and simmer over medium heat until milk boils and
thickness. Keep stirring potatoes and scraping bottom of pan
regularly to prevent sticking.
1. Place half of the potato mixture into a greased 25*25cm baking
dish, pour half of heavy cream and sprinkle 100g Gruyere cheese.
2. Add the rest of potato mixture, pour remaining cream and finally
sprinkle top with remaining Gruyere cheese.
3. Place baking dish on the rack. Choose the menu and weight, press start.
Chicken
Tagine
(Cc-5)
1.0 kg
Microwavesafe bowl
Room
Ingredients
2 tablespoons olive oil \ 8 skinless boneless chicken thighs ,
halved if large \ 150ml water \ 1 onion , chopped \ 2 teaspoons
grated fresh root ginger \ pinch saffron or tumeric \ 1
tablespoon honey \ 300g carrots , cut into sticks \ small bunch
parsley , roughly chopped \ lemon wedges, to serve
1. Add all ingredients in a deep and large bowl and mix well. Cover
with plastic wrap and vent.
2. Place food in the oven. Choose the menu and press start to cook.
Stir at least twice during cooking.
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Arabian
Menu
In the following example I will show you how to cook 0.4 kg of Saffron Rice.
Press STOP/CLEAR.
ARABIAN MENU allows you to cook
Press Arabian Menu twice.
most of your favorite food easily
by selecting the food type and
entering the weight of the food.
Category
Press
Arabian Menu
Grape Leaf
time
Saffron Rice
times
Kabsa
times
Kafta
times
Kebab
times
Press MORE four times to enter 0.4 kg.
Press START.
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Category
Weight
Limit
Utensil
Food Temp
Instructions
Ingredients
1 pot of grape leaves \ 2 large onions, finely chopped
1/2 cup olive oil \ 1 garlic cloves, crushed \ 1 tomato, chopped
1 cup lemon juice \ 1 tablespoon tomato paste \ Kosher salt
Freshly ground black pepper
1 cup white rice \ 1/2 cup water \ 1/4 cup chopped dill
Grape Leaf
(Ac-1)
Saffron Rice
(Ac-2)
1 kg
0.1~0.4 kg
Microwavesafe bowl
Microwavesafe bowl
(deep glass
pot)
Room
1. Cook onions, garlic, tomato, tomato paste, and lemon juice in a
lightly oiled frying pan until lightly browned.
2. Add cooked rice, vegetable mixture, salt and pepper in a bowl and
mix well.
3. Place grape leaf on a flat surface and place 1 1/2 spoonfuls of the
rice mixture in the center of the leaf. Wrap rice mixture with leaf.
4. Put all wrapped leaves in rows into a deep and large bowl and add
water. Cover with plastic wrap.
5. Place food in the oven. Choose the menu and press start to cook.
6. After cooking, serve with sour cream or as desired.
Rice
Water
Oil(liquid)
Saffron water
Salt
Room
0.1 kg
250 ml
1 tablespoon
1 teaspoon
0.2 kg
0.3 kg
0.4 kg
500 ml
750 ml
1000 ml
2 tablespoons
3 tablespoons
2 teaspoons
3 teaspoons
To taste
1.Wash rice and drain. Add rice, water, salt, liquid oil and saffron water
into a deep glass bowl and mix them.
2.Do not cover to vaporize whole water. Place food in the oven.
3.When BEEP, stir rice and then cover with lid. Press start to continue
cooking.
4.After cooking, stir and stand covered for 5 minutes.
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Category
Kabsa
(Ac-3)
Weight
Limit
2.0 kg
Utensil
Microwavesafe bowl
Food Temp
Room
Instructions
Ingredients
1/4 cup butter
1.2kg chicken, cut into 8-10 pieces
1 large onion, finely chopped
3 garlic cloves, minced
1/4 cup tomato puree
1 tomato, chopped
2 medium carrots, chopped
1 pinch grated nutmeg
1 pinch ground cumin
1 pinch ground coriander
salt & freshly ground black pepper
2 cups hot water
1 chicken stock cube
200g long grain rice (don’t rinse or soak this)
1/4 cup raisins
1/4 cup slivered almond, toasted
1. Cook chicken, carrots, tomato sauce, garlic, onion and butter in a
lightly oiled frying pan until lightly browned.
2. Place the cooked chicken mixture into a deep and large bowl and
add rice, water and spices. Cover with plastic wrap and vent.
3. Place food in the oven. Choose the menu and press start to cook.
Stir at least twice during cooking.
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Category
Weight
Limit
Utensil
Food Temp
Instructions
Ingredients for marinade
Kafta
0.2 ~ 0.4 kg
Rack on a
drip dish
Room
(Ac-4)
460g beef minced
1 cup parsley, chopped
1 onion, chopped
2 bread, sliced
1/2 teaspoon all-spices
1/4 teaspoon paprika powder
1/4 teaspoon cinnamon powder
Salt and pepper as per taste
1. Combine all ingredients in a large bowl and mix well.
2. Divide and shape into small sausages (100g / each one).
3. Place food on the rack. Choose the menu and press start to cook.
4. When beep, turn over the food.
Ingredients for marinade
2 onion juice
3 tablespoons olive oil
2 tablespoons saffron
Kebab
(Ac-5)
0.2 ~ 0.4 kg
Rack on a
drip dish
Room
1. Combine the ingredients of the marinade, cut meats under 1.5 cm
thickness each and marinate the meats for 3-4 hours.
2. Skewer the pieces of vegetable with the skewer.
3. Place skewers on the rack.
4. Choose the menu and weight, press start.
5. When beep, turn over the food.
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European
Menu
In the following example I will show you how to cook 1.0 kg of Spaghetti Bolognese.
Press STOP/CLEAR.
EUROPEAN MENU allows you to cook
Press European Menu once.
most of your favorite food easily
by selecting the food type and
entering the weight of the food.
Category
Press
European Menu
Spaghetti Bolognese
time
Spaghetti Carbonara
times
Stuffed Tomato
times
Apple Pie
times
Lasagna
Press START.
times
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Category
Weight
Limit
Utensil
Food Temp
Instructions
Ingredients for bolognaise sauce
1 tablespoon olive oil \ 1 onion, chopped \ 1 garlic clove, crushed
400 g ground beef \ 100 g tomato paste \ 2 chopped tomatoes
1 tablespoon dried greens \ Salt and pepper to taste
Ingredients for pasta
Spaghetti
Bolognese
1.0 kg
Microwavesafe bowl
Room
(Sc-1)
Spaghetti
carbonara
(Sc-2)
150 g pasta, cooked as package direction
1 tablespoon parmesan cheese
1. Add all ingredients of the bolognaise sauce in a deep and large
bowl and mix well. cover with plastic wrap and vent.
2. Place food in the oven. Choose the menu and press start to cook.
Stir at least twice during cooking.
3. After cooking, stir and add bolognaise sauce to cooked pasta and
garnish with parmesan cheese or as desired before serving.
0.4 kg
Microwavesafe bowl
Ingredients for carbonara sauce
100 g smoked bacon, chopped \ 1 garlic clove, crushed
1/2 cup cream \ 4 egg yolks \ 100 g parmesan cheese
Salt and pepper to taste
Ingredients for pasta
150 g pasta, cooked as package direction
1 tablespoon parmesan cheese
Room
1. Cook bacon in a lightly oiled frying pan with garlic until lightly
browned and drain away excess fat.
2. Add cooked bacon, cream, egg yolks, parmesan cheese, salt and
pepper in a deep and large bowl and mix well. Cover with plastic
wrap and vent.
3. Place food in the oven. Choose the menu and press start to cook.
4. After cooking, stir and add carbonara sauce to cooked pasta and
garnish with parmesan cheese or as desired before serving.
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Category
Weight
Limit
Utensil
Food Temp
Instructions
Ingredients
Stuffed
Tomato
(Sc-3)
Apple pie
(Sc-4)
1.2 kg
Microwavesafe dish
Room
4 medium tomatoes
Salt and pepper to taste
400g ground beef
1/2 cup bread crumbs
2 garlic cloves, crushed
1 tablespoon Dijon mustard
1 tablespoon dried greens
1 tablespoon parmesan cheese
1. Cut tops off tomatoes to form hats and remove seeds, taking care
not to pierce flesh or skin. Then sprinkle each tomatoes with salt
and pepper.
2. Add the rest of the ingredients in a bowl, mix well.
3. Stuff tomatoes with beef mixture and replace hat.
4. Place stuffed tomatoes on a dish and cover with plastic wrap.
5. Place food in the oven. Choose the menu and press start to cook.
1
21cm Heatproof glass
dish
Room
Ingredients
baked pastry (baked on 21cm baking dish)
50g apple jam
1 apples (sliced)
1. Put baked pastry on a glass shallow dish.
2. Spread jam and sliced apples on the pastry.
3. Place food in the oven. Choose the menu, press start.
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Category
Weight
Limit
Utensil
Food Temp
Instructions
Ingredients for meat sauce
6 lasagna noodles, cooked as package direction
1kg meat and tomato sauce
40g grated cheese
1. Place 2 lasagna noodles side by side on bottom of a baking dish,
covering bottom. Spread 1/3 of meat and tomato sauce on top.
2. Continue with 2 lasagna noodles and another 1/3 of meat and
tomato sauce then finish with last 2 lasagna noodles and remaining
meat and tomato sauce.
3. Sprinkle grated cheese on top.
4. Place food in the oven. Choose the menu, press start.
Lasagna
(Sc-5)
1.2 kg
20x20 kg
baking dish
Room
Meat and tomato sauce
1 celery stalk, chopped
1 onion, chopped
1 clove garlic, crushed
800g well-ripe tomatoes, chopped
1 sprig thyme
1 bay leaf
300g ground beef
Salt and pepper to taste
1. Cook celery, onions and garlic in a lightly oiled frying pan until soft.
2. Add tomatoes, thyme, bay leaf, salt and pepper. Stir and simmer
for 30 minutes.
3. Cook ground meat in another lightly oiled frying pan for 5 minutes
while stirring constantly. Pour tomato mixture into meat and cook
for 5 minutes.
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Oriental
Menu
In the following example I will show you how to cook 1.5 kg of Curry Chicken.
Press STOP/CLEAR.
ORIENTAL MENU allows you to cook
Press Oriental Menu once.
most of your favorite food easily
by selecting the food type and
entering the weight of the food.
Category
Press
Oriental Menu
Curry Chicken
time
Dolma
times
Veg. Biryani
times
Chicken Tikka
times
Flapjack (Koutaba)
Press START.
times
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Category
Curry chicken
Weight
Limit
1.5 kg
Utensil
Microwavesafe bowl
Food Temp
Room
Instructions
Ingredients
400 g chicken breasts, cut into chunks \ 1/4 cup olive oil
2 onions, chopped \ 4 garlic cloves, crushed \1 ginger root, peeled
1 cinnamon stick \ 2 dried red chilies \ 1 teaspoon tumeric powder
400 g tomato sauce \ 1/2 cup water or stock \ 1/2 cup plain yogurt
1 tablespoon lemon juice
Salt and pepper to taste
(Oc-1)
1. Add all ingredients in a deep and large bowl and mix well. Cover
with plastic wrap and vent.
2. Place food in the oven. Choose the menu and press start to cook.
Stir at least twice during cooking.
Dolma
(Oc-2)
1.0 kg
Microwavesafe bowl
Ingredients
1 pot of grapes leaves \ 200 g cooked rice
500 g ground beef
1 onion, chopped
Salt and pepper to taste
1/2 cup water
1/2 cup sour cream
Room
1. Add cooked rice, ground beef, onion, salt and pepper in a bowl and
mix well.
2. Place grape leaf on a flat surface and place 1 1/2 spoonfuls of the
rice mixture in the center of the leaf. Wrap rice mixture with leaf.
3. Put all wrapped leaves in rows into a deep and large bowl and add
water. Cover with plastic wrap.
4. Place food in the oven. Choose the menu and press start to cook.
5. After cooking, serve with sour cream or as desired.
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Category
Veg. Biryani
(Oc-3)
Weight
Limit
1.0 kg
Utensil
Microwavesafe bowl
Food Temp
Room
Instructions
Ingredients
1 1/2 cups Basmati rice
400 g water
2 cups Chopped onions
1 Tomato, chopped
1 cup Vegetables (carrot, beans, peas, potato), chopped
2 Green chilly, chopped
1 teaspoon Ginger garlic paste
1 1/2 teaspoon Red chilly powder
1 teaspoon Coriander powder
1 teaspoon Cumin powder
1 tablespoon Biryani masala
1 Cinnamon 2 Cardamom
2 Cloves
2 Small bay leaves
1 teaspoon Fennel seeds
A bunch of finely chopped coriander leaves (cilantro) and mint leaves
1 tablespoon Oil
2 tablespoons Ghee or clarified butter
Salt to taste
1. Cook all vegetables and spices in a lightly oiled frying pan until
lightly browned.
2. Place the cooked vegetable mixture into a deep and large bowl and
add rice and water. Cover with plastic wrap and vent.
3. Place food in the oven. Choose the menu and press start to cook.
Stir at least twice during cooking.
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Category
Weight
Limit
Utensil
Food Temp
Instructions
Ingredients
4 Chicken breasts, cut into Cubes \ 1 cup natural yogurt \ 1
tablespoon ground cumin \ 1 tablespoon garam masala powder
\ 1 teaspoon ground coriander \ 1 teaspoon ground turmeric
\ 1 tablespoons red chilli powder \ 1 lemon Juice \ 8 cloves
garlic, finely chopped \ 1 inch grated ginger, finely chopped \ 1/4
teaspoon red food color \ 1 Lemon
Chicken Tikka 0.2 kg ~ 0.4 kg
Microwavesafe bowl
(Oc-4)
Room
1. Mix the spices, coloring, lemon juice, ginger and garlic up into a
paste with a little water.
2. Stir in well with the yogurt to make a tandoori marinade.
3. Marinate the chicken in the marinade for 2-3 hours.
4. Shake off excess marinade and skewer the pieces of vegetable with
the skewer.
6. Place skewers on the rack.
7. Choose the menu and weight, press start.
8. When beep, turn over the food.
Ingredients
200g butter \ 114g brown sugar \ 4 tablespoons syrup \ 280g
porridge oats \ 55g plain flour
Flapjack
(Koutaba)
(Oc-5)
0.7 kg
Heat-proof
glass dish
1. Melt the margarine, sugar and golden syrup over a low light until
melted and combined.
2. Take off the heat and add the porridge oats and plain flour and mix
well.
3. Pour the mixture into a greased glass baking dish.
4. Place food in the oven. Choose the menu and press start to cook.
5. After cook, cool enough and cut into some pieces.
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The temperature and density of food varies, I would recommend that the food is checked before cooking
commences. Pay particular attention to large joints of meat and chicken, some foods should not be completely
thawed before cooking. For example fish cooks so quickly that it is sometimes better to begin cooking while still
slightly frozen. The BREAD programme is suitable for defrosting small items such as rolls or a small loaf. These will
require a standing time to allow the centre to thaw. In the following example I will show you how to defrost 1.4 kg
of frozen poultry.
Auto
Defrost
Press STOP/CLEAR.
Weigh the food that you are about to defrost. Be certain to remove any
metallic ties or wraps; then place the food in your oven and close the
oven door.
Press AUTO DEFROST twice to select the POULTRY defrosting programme.
“dEF2” appears on the display window.
Your oven has four microwave defrost
settings:- MEAT, POULTRY, FISH and
BREAD; each defrost category has
different power settings. Repeated
presses of the AUTO DEFROST key will
select a different setting.
Press
AUTO DEFROST
MEAT
time
POULTRY
times
FISH
times
BREAD
times
Enter the weight of the frozen food that you are about to defrost.
Press the MORE key fourteen times to enter 1.4 Kg.
Press START.
During defrosting your oven will “BEEP”, at which point open the oven door, turn food over and separate to
ensure even thawing. Remove any portions that have thawed or shield them to help slow down thawing. After
checking close the oven door and press START to resume defrosting.
Your oven will not stop defrosting (even when the beep sounds) unless the door is opened.
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AUTO WEIGHT DEFROST GUIDE
* Food to be defrosted should be in a suitable microwave proof container and place uncovered on the glass turntable.
* If necessary, shield small areas of meat or poultry with flat pieces of aluminum foil. This will prevent thin areas becoming warm during defrosting.
Ensure the foil does not touch the oven walls.
* Separate items like minced meat, chops, sausages and bHHI as soon as possible.
* When BEEP, at this point remove the food from the microwave oven, turn the food over and return to the microwave oven. Press start to continue.
At the end of the program, remove the food from the microwave oven, cover with foil and allow to stand until completely thawed.
To thaw completely , for example joints of meat and whole chickens should STAND for a minimum of 1 hour before cooking.
CATEGORY
Meat
(dEF1)
WEIGHT LIMIT
0.1 ~ 4.0 kg
UTENSIL
Microwave ware
(Flat plate)
Poultry
(dEF2)
FOOD
Meat
Minced beef, Fillet steak, Cubes for stew, Sirloin steak, Pot roast, Rump roast, Beef burger
/DPE chops, Lamp chops, Rolled roast, Sausage, Cutlets(2cm)
Turn food over at beep.
After defrosting, let stand for 5-15 minutes.
Fish
(dEF3)
Poultry
Whole chicken, Legs, Breasts, Turkey breasts(under 2.0kg)
Turn food over at beep.
After defrosting, let stand for 20-30 minutes.
Fish
Fillets, Steaks, Whole fish, Sea foods
Turn food over at beep.
After defrosting, let stand for 10-20 minutes.
Bread
(dEF4)
0.1 ~ 0.5 kg
Paper towel
or flat plate
Sliced bread, Buns, Baguette, etc.
Separate slices and place between paper towel or flat plate.
Turn food over at beep.
After defrosting, let stand for 1-2 minutes.
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Quick
Defrost
Use this function to thaw only 0.5kg of Minced meat very quickly.
This will require a standing time to allow the center to thaw. In the following example will show you how to defrost
0.5kg of frozen minced meat.
Press STOP/CLEAR.
Weight the food that you are about to defrost. Be certain to remove any
metallic ties or wraps; then place the food in your oven and close
the oven door.
Your oven has a microwave quick
defrost setting (MEAT).
Press QUICK DEFROST.
The oven will start automatically.
During defrosting your oven will “BEEP”, at which point open the oven door, turn food over and separate to
ensure even thawing. Remove any portions that have thawed or shield them to help slow down thawing. After
checking close the oven door and press START to resume defrosting.
Your oven will not stop defrosting (even when the beep sounded) unless the door is opened.
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QUICK DEFROST GUIDE
Use this function to defrost quickly for minced meat.
Remove the meat completely from it’s wrapping. Place the mince onto a microwave-safe plate. When BEEP, at this point remove the mince from the microwave
oven, turn the mince over and return to the microwave oven. Press start to continue. At the end of the program remove the mince from the microwave oven,
cover with foil and allow to stand 5-15 minutes or until completely thawed.
CATEGORY
WEIGHT
UTENSIL
Minced Meat
0.5kg
Microwave ware
(Flat plate)
INSTRUCTIONS
Minced meat
Turn food over at beep.
After defrosting, let stand for 5-15 minutes.
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Energy
Saving
Press STOP /CLEAR(ECO ON).
“0” appears on the display.
The ECO ON 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.
Press STOP /CLEAR(ECO ON) or
After 5 minutes with door open or closing, display off.
During ECO ON status,if you press any key,display will on.
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WARNING
Please ensure cooking times are correctly
set as over cooking may result in FIRE and
subsequent DAMAGE to the OVEN.
Important safety instructions
Read carefully and keep for future reference
12 Before cooking, pierce the skin of potatoes, apples or any such fruit or
1 Do not attempt to tamper with, or make any adjustments or repairs to the
vegetable.
door, control panel, safety interlock switches or any other part of the oven.
It is hazardous for anyone to carry out any service or repair operation
13 Do not cook eggs in their shell. Pressure will build up inside the egg which
which involves the removal of any cover which gives protection against
will burst.
exposure to microwave energy. Repairs should only be undertaken by a
14 Do not attempt deep fat frying in your oven.
qualified service technician.
15 Remove the plastic wrapping from food before cooking or defrosting. Note
2 Do not operate the oven when empty. It is best to leave a glass of water in
though that in some cases food should be covered with plastic film, for
the oven when not in use. The water will safely absorb all microwave
heating or cooking.
energy, if the oven is accidentally started.
16 If the oven door or door seals are damaged, the oven must not be
3 Do not use the oven for the purpose of dehumidification. It can be the cause
operated until it has been repaired by a qualified service technician.
of serious damage of safety. (ex. Operating the microwave oven with the
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If smoke is observed, switch off or disconnect the oven from the power
wet newspapers, clothes, toys, pet or portable electric devices, etc.)
supply and keep the oven door closed in order to stifle any flames.
4 Do not cook food wrapped in paper towels, unless your cook book contains
18 When food is heated or cooked in disposable containers of plastic, paper
instructions, for the food you are cooking.
or other combustible materials, check the oven frequently due to the
5 Do not use newspaper in place of paper towels for cooking.
possibility of the food container is deteriorating.
6 Do not use wooden containers. They may heat-up and char. Do not use
19 Only allow children to use the oven without supervision when adequate
ceramic containers which have metallic (e.g. gold or silver) inlays. Always
instructions have been given so that the child is able to use the oven in a
remove metal twist ties. Metal objects in the oven may arc, which can cause
safe way and understands the hazards of improper use.
serious damage.
20
Liquids
or other foods must not be heated in sealed containers since they
7 Do not operate the oven with a kitchen towel, a napkin or any other
are
liable
to explode.
obstruction between the door and the front edges of the oven, which may
21 Do not operate the oven, if the door seals and adjacent parts of the
cause microwave energy leakage.
microwave oven are faulty, until the oven has been repaired by a qualified
8 Do not use recycled paper products since they may contain impurities which
service technician.
may cause sparks and/or fires when used in cooking.
22 Check the utensils are suitable for use in microwave ovens before use.
9 Do not rinse the turntable by placing it in water just after cooking. This may
23 Do not touch the oven door, outer cabinet, rear cabinet, oven cavity,
cause breakage or damage.
accessories and dishes during grill mode, convection mode and auto cook
10 Small amounts of food require shorter cooking or heating time. If normal
operations, unless wearing thick oven gloves, as they will become hot.
times are allowed they may overheat and burn.
Before
clearing make sure they are not hot.
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.
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Important safety instructions
WARNING
Please ensure cooking times are correctly set as over cooking
may result in FIRE and subsequent DAMAGE to the OVEN.
Read carefully and keep for future reference
37 This connection may be achieved by having the plug accessible or by
incorporation a switch in the fixed wiring in accordance with the wiring
rules.
38 Do not use harsh abrasive cleaners or sharp metal scrapers to clean the
oven door glass since they can scratch the surface, which may result in
shattering of the glass.
24 Only use utensils that are suitable for use in microwave ovens.
25 When heating food in plastic or paper containers, keep an eye on the
oven due to the possibility of ignition.
26 If smoke is observed, switch off or unplug the appliance and keep the
door closed in order to stifle any flames.
27 Microwave heating of beverages can result in delayed eruptive boiling,
therefore care must be taken when handing the container.
39 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 appliance by a person responsible for their safety.
28 The contents of feeding bottles and baby food jars shall be stirred or
shaken and the temperature checked before consumption, in order to
avoid burns.
40 This appliance is intended to be used in household.
29 Eggs in their shell and whole hard-boiled eggs should not be heated in
microwave ovens since they may explode, even after microwave heating
has ended.
41 Metallic containers for food and beverages are not allowed during microwave
cooking.This requirement is not applicable if the manufacturer specifies size
and shape of metallic containers suitable for microwave cooking.
30 Details for cleaning door seals, cavities and adjacent parts.
42 The microwave oven is intended for heating food and beverages. Drying of
food or clothing and heating of warming pads, slippers, sponges, damp cloth
and similar may lead to risk of injury, ignition or fire.
31 The oven should be cleaned regularly and any food deposits removed.
32 Failure to maintain the oven in a clean condition could lead to
deterioration of the surface that could adversely affect the life of the
appliance and possibly result in a hazardous situation.
43 Appliances are not intended to be operated by means of an external timer
or separate remote-control system.
33 Only use the temperature probe recommended for this oven (for
appliances having a facility to use a temperature-sensing probe).
WARNING: If the door or door seals are damaged, the oven must not be operated until it has been
repaired by a competent person.
34 If heating elements are provided, during use the appliance becomes hot.
Care should be taken to avoid touching heating elements inside the
oven.
WARNING: 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.
WARNING: Liquids and other foods must not be heated in sealed containers since they are liable
to explode.
35 The appliance is not intended for use by young children or infirm
persons without supervision.
WARNING: 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.
36 The microwave oven must be operated with the decorative door open.
WARNING: Accessible parts may become hot during use. Young children should be kept away.
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Microwave-safe
Utensils
Never use metal or metal trimmed utensils in your
microwave oven
Paper
Paper plates and containers are convenient and safe to use in your microwave oven,
provided that the cooking time is short and foods to be cooked are low in fat and
moisture. Paper towels are also very useful for wrapping foods and for lining baking
trays in which greasy foods such as bHHI are cooked. In general, avoid coloured
paper products as the colour may run. Some recycled paper products may contain
impurities which could cause arcing or fires when used in the microwave oven.
Microwaves cannot penetrate metal. They will bounce off any metal object in the
oven and cause arcing, an alarming phenomenon that resembles lightning.
Most heat resistant non metallic cooking utensils are safe for use in your microwave
oven. However, some may contain materials that render them unsuitable as
microwave cookware. If you have any doubts about a particular utensil, there’s a
simple way to find out if it can be used in your microwave oven.
Place the utensil in question next to a glass bowl filled with water in the microwave
oven. Microwave at power HIGH for 1 minute. If the water heats up but the utensil
remains cool to the touch, the utensil is microwave~safe. However, if the water does
not change temperature but the utensil becomes warm, microwaves are being
absorbed by the utensil and it is not safe for use in the microwave oven. You
probably have many items on hand in your kitchen right now that can be used as
cooking equipment in your microwave oven. Just read through the following
checklist.
Plastic cooking bags
Provided they are made specially for cooking, cooking bags are microwave safe.
However, be sure to make a slit in the bag so that steam can escape. Never use
ordinary plastic bags for cooking in your microwave oven, as they will melt and
rupture.
Plastic microwave cookware
A variety of shapes and sizes of microwave cookware are available. For the most
part, you can probably use items you already have on hand rather than investing in
new kitchen equipment.
Dinner plates
Many kinds of dinner-ware are microwave-safe. If in doubt consult the
manufacturer’s literature or perform the microwave test.
Pottery, stoneware and ceramic
Containers made of these materials are usually fine for use in your microwave oven,
but they should be tested to be sure.
Glassware
Glassware that is heat-resistant is microwave-safe. This would include all brands of
oven tempered glass cookware. However, do not use delicate glassware, such as
tumblers or wine glasses, as these might shatter as the food warms.
CAUTION
Some items with high lead or iron content are not suitable for cooking
utensils.
Utensils should be checked to ensure that they are suitable for use in
microwave ovens.
Plastic storage containers
These can be used to hold foods that are to be quickly reheated. However, they
should not be used to hold foods that will need considerable time in the oven as hot
foods will eventually warp or melt plastic containers.
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Food characteristics &
Microwave cooking
Moisture content of food
Keeping an eye on things
Since the heat generated from microwaves tends to evaporate moisture, relatively dry food
such as roasts and some vegetables should either be sprinkled with water prior to cooking
or covered to retain moisture.
The recipes in the book have been formulated with great care, but your success in
preparing them depends on how much attention you pay to the food as it cooks.
Always watch your food while it cooks. Your microwave oven is equipped with a
light that turns on automatically when the oven is in operation so that you can see
inside and check the progress of your food. Directions given in recipes to elevate,
stir, and the like should be thought of as the minimum steps recommended. If the
food seems to be cooking unevenly, simply make the necessary adjustments you think
appropriate to correct the problem.
Bone and fat content of food
Bones conduct heat and fat cooks more quickly than meat. Care must be taken when
cooking bony or fatty cuts of meat that they do not cook unevenly and do not become
overcooked.
Quantity of food
The number of microwaves in your oven remains constant regardless of how much food is
being cooked. Therefore, the more food you place in the oven, the longer the cooking time.
Remember to decrease cooking times by at least one third when halving a recipe.
Factors affecting microwave cooking times
Many factors affect cooking times. The temperature of ingredients used in a recipe
makes a big difference in cooking times. For example, a cake made with ice-cold
butter, milk, and eggs will take considerably longer to bake than one made with
ingredients that are at room temperature. All of the recipes in this book give a range
of cooking times. In general, you will find that the food remains under-cooked at the
lower end of the time range, and you may sometimes want to cook your food beyond
the maximum time given, according to personal preference. The governing
philosophy of this book is that it is best for a recipe to be conservative in giving
cooking times. While overcooked food is ruined for good. Some of the recipes,
particularly those for bread, cake, and custards, recommend that food be removed
from the oven when they are slightly undercooked. This is not a mistake. When
allowed to stand, usually covered, these foods will continue to cook outside of the
oven as the heat trapped within the outer portions of the food gradually travels
inward. If the food is left in the oven until it is cooked all the way through, the outer
portions will become overcooked or even burnt. You will become increasingly skilful
in estimating both cooking and standing times for various foods.
Shape of food
Microwaves penetrate only about 2.cm into food, the interior portion of thick foods are
cooked as the heat generated on the outside travels inward. Only the outer edge of food in
cooked by microwave energy; the rest is cooked by conduction. The worst possible shape
for a food that is to be microwaved is a thick square. The corners will burn long before the
centre is even warm . Round thin foods and ring shaped foods cook successfully in the
microwave.
Covering
A cover traps heat and steam which causes food to cook more quickly. Use a lid or
microwave cling film with a corner folded back to prevent splitting.
Browning
Meats and poultry that are cooked fifteen minutes or longer will brown lightly in their own
fat. Foods that are cooked for a shorter period of time may be brushed with a browning
sauce such as worcestershire sauce, soy sauce or barbecue sauce to achieve an appetizing
colour. Since relatively small amounts of browning sauces are added to food the original
flavour of the recipe is not altered.
Density of food
Covering with greaseproof paper
Light, porous food such as cakes and breads cook more quickly than heavy, dense
foods such as roasts and casseroles. You must take care when microwaving porous
food that the outer edges do not become dry and brittle.
Greaseproofing effectively prevents spattering and helps food retain some heat. But
because it makes a looser cover than a lid or clingfilm, it allows the food to dry out slightly.
Arranging and spacing
Height of food
Individual foods such as baked potatoes, small cakes and hors d’oeuvres will heat more
evenly if placed in the oven an equal distance apart, preferably in a circular pattern. Never
stack foods on top of one another.
The upper portion of tall food, particularly roasts, will cook more quickly than the
lower portion. Therefore, it is wise to turn tall food during cooking, sometimes several
times.
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Food characteristics &
Microwave cooking
Stirring
To Clean Your Oven
Stirring is one of the most important of all microwaving techniques. In conventional cooking,
food is stirred for the purpose of blending. Microwaved food, however, is stirred in order to
spread and redistribute heat. Always stir from the outside towards the centre as the outside
of the food heats first.
1. Keep the inside of the oven clean
Food spatters or spilled liquids stick to oven walls and between seal and door
surface. 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 glass tray
can be washed by hand or in the dishwasher.
Turning over
Large, tall foods such as roasts and whole chickens should be turned so that the top and
bottom will cook evenly. It is also a good idea to turn cut up chicken and chops.
Placing thicker portions facing outwards
Since microwaves are attracted to the outside portion of food, it makes sense to place
thicker portions of meat, poultry and fish to the outer edge of the baking dish. This way,
thicker portions will receive the most microwave energy and the food will cook evenly.
Shielding
Strips of aluminium foil (which block microwaves) can be placed over the corners or edges
of square and rectangular foods to prevent those portions from overcooking. Never use too
much foil and make sure the foil is secured to the dish or it may cause ‘arcing’ in the oven.
2. 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 oven from accidentally starting, and wipe a
damp cloth followed immediately by a dry cloth. Press STOP after cleaning.
Elevating
Thick or dense foods can be elevated so that microwaves can be absorbed by the underside
and centre of the foods.
Piercing
Foods enclosed in a shell, skin or membrane are likely to burst in the oven unless they are
pierced prior to cooking. Such foods include yolks and whites of eggs, clams and oysters
and whole vegetables and fruits.
3. If steam accumulates inside or around the outside of the oven door, wipe the panels
with a soft cloth. This may occur when the microwave oven is operated under high
humidity conditions and in no way indicates a malfunction of the unit.
Testing if cooked
Food cooks so quickly in a microwave oven, it is necessary to test it frequently. Some foods
are left in the microwave until completely cooked, but most foods, including meats and
poultry, are removed from the oven while still slightly undercooked and allowed to finish
cooking during standing time. The internal temperature of foods will rise between 50F (30C)
and 150F (80C) during standing time.
4. The door and door seals should be kept clean. Use only warm, soapy water, rinse
then dry thoroughly.
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.
Standing time
Foods are often allowed to stand for 3 to 10 minutes after being removed from the
microwave oven. Usually the foods are covered during standing time to retain heat unless
they are supposed to be dry in texture (some cakes and biscuits, for example). Standing
allows foods to finish cooking and also helps flavour blend and develop.
5 Do not use any steam cleaner.
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Questions &
Answers
Q. What’s wrong when the oven light will not glow?
A. There may be several reasons why the oven light will not glow.
Light bulb has blown
Door is not closed
Q. Is it possible to pop corn in a microwave oven?
A. Yes, if using one of the two methods described below
1. Popcorn-popping utensils designed specifically for microwave cooking.
2. Prepackaged commercial microwave popcorn that contains specific
times and power outputs needed for an acceptable final product.
Q. Does microwave energy pass through the viewing screen in the door?
A. No. The holes, or ports, are made to allow light to pass; they do not let
microwave energy through.
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. OVERCOOKING
COULD RESULT IN THE CORN CATCHING FIRE.
Q. Why does the beep tone sound when a pad on the Control Panel is
touched?
A. The beep tone sounds to assure that the setting is being properly entered.
CAUTION
Q. Will the microwave oven be damaged if it operates empty?
A. Yes Never run it empty or without the glass tray.
NEVER USE A BROWN PAPER BAG FOR POPPING CORN. NEVER
ATTEMPT TO POP LEFTOVER KERNELS.
Q. Why do eggs sometimes pop?
A. 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.
Q. Why doesn’t my oven always cook as fast as the cooking guide says?
A. 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 a
microwave oven. Variations in the size, shape, weight and dimensions of
the food require longer cooking time. Use your own judgement along with
the cooking guide suggestions to test food condition, lust as you would do
with a conventional cooker.
Q. Why is standing time recommended after microwave cooking is over?
A. 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.
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Plug wiring information/
Technical Specifications
Warning
Technical Specification
This appliance must be earthed
MH604
The wires in this mains lead are colored in accordance with the
following codes
BLUE ~ Neutral
BROWN ~ Live
GREEN & YELLOW ~ Earth
Power Input
Output
Microwave Frequency
Outside Dimension
Power
Microwave
Consumption Grill
As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this appliance may
not correspond with the coloured markings identifying the terminals
in your plug proceed as follows:
Combination
The wire which is colored BLUE must be connected to the terminal
which is marked with the letter N or Colored BLACK.
The wire which is colored BROWN must be connected to the
terminal which is marked with the letter L or colored RED.
The wire which is colored GREEN & YELLOW or GREEN must be
connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter E or
.
If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the
manufacturer or its service agent or a similarly qualified person in
order to avoid a hazard;
For Singapore If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by a
special cord or assembly available from the manufacturer or its service
agent.
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‫إﺧﺮاج اﻟﻔﺮن ﻣﻦ اﻟﻜﺮﺗﻮن‬
‫وﺗﺮﻛﻴﺐ اﻟﻔﺮن‬
‫ﻋﻨﺪ اﺗﺒﺎع اﳋﻄﻮات اﻷﺳﺎﺳﻴﺔ اﻟﺘﺎﻟﻴﺔ ﺳﺘﺘﻤﻜﻦ ﻣﻦ اﺧﺘﺒﺎر ﺗﺸﻐﻴﻞ اﻟﻔﺮن ﺑﺎﻟﺸﻜﻞ‬
‫اﻟﺼﺤﻴﺢ‪ .‬اﻟﺮﺟﺎء اﻷﻫﺘﻤﺎم ﺟﻴﺪا ﺑﺘﻌﻠﻴﻤﺎت ﻣﻜﺎن ﺗﺮﻛﻴﺐ اﻟﻔﺮن‪ .‬ﻋﻨﺪ ﻓﺘﺢ‬
‫ﺻﻨﺪوق اﻟﻜﺮﺗﻮن ﺗﺄﻛﺪ ﻣﻦ رﻓﻊ ﻛﺎﻓﺔ اﻟﻘﻄﻊ اﳌﻠﺤﻘﺔ ﺑﺎﻟﻔﺮن وﻏﻴﺮﻫﺎ‪ .‬ﺗﺄﻛﺪ أن‬
‫اﻟﻔﺮن ﻏﻴﺮ ﻣﻜﺴﻮر أو ﻣﻀﺮور أﺛﻨﺎء ﻧﻘﻞ اﳉﻪ‬
‫‪ ٢‬ﺿﻊ اﻟﻔﺮن ﻓﻲ اﳌﺴﺘﻮى واﳌﻜﺎن اﻟﺬي ﺗﺮﻳﺪه ﺑﺎرﺗﻔﺎع ﻳﺰﻳﺪ ﻋﻦ ‪ ٨٥‬ﺳﻢ‬
‫وﻟﻜﻦ ﺗﺄﻛﺪ ﻣﻦ وﺟﻮد ﻋﻠﻰ اﻷﻗﻞ ‪ ٢٠‬ﺳﻢ ﻓﺮاغ ﻓﻮﻗﻪ وﺣﻮاﻟﻲ ‪ ١٠‬ﺳﻢ ﻓﺮاغ‬
‫وراءه ﻣﻦ أﺟﻞ اﻟﺘﻬﻮﻳﺔ اﳌﻨﺎﺳﺒﺔ‪ .‬ﻣﻘﺪﻣﺔ اﻟﻔﺮن ﻳﺠﺐ أن ﺗﻜﻮن داﺧﻠﻪ‬
‫ﻋﻠﻰ اﻷﻗﻞ ‪ ٨‬ﺳﻢ ﻋﻦ ﺣﺎﻓﺔ اﻟﺴﻄﺢ ﳌﻮﺿﻮع ﻓﻮﻗﻪ ﺣﺘﻰ ﻻ ﻳﻘﻊ‪.‬‬
‫ﻣﺨﺮج ﺣﺮارة اﻟﻐﺎزات ﻣﻮﺟﻮد ﻋﻠﻰ اﻟﺴﻄﺢ وﺟﺎﻧﺐ اﻟﻔﺮن ﻳﺠﺐ ﻋﺪم‬
‫إﻏﻼﻗﻪ أو وﺿﻊ أي ﺷﻲء ﻋﻠﻴﻪ‪.‬‬
‫‪ ١‬اﺧﺮج اﻟﻔﺮن ﻣﻦ ﺻﻨﺪوق اﻟﻜﺮﺗﻮن وﺿﻌﻪ ﻋﻠﻰ ﺳﻄﺢ‬
‫ﻣﺴﺘﻮي‪.‬‬
‫ﺻﻴﻨﻴﺔ زﺟﺎﺟﻴﺔ‬
‫ﻫﺬا اﻟﻔﺮن ﻳﺠﺐ ﻋﺪم اﺳﺘﺨﺪاﻣﻪ ﻟﻸﻏﺮاض اﻟﺘﺠﺎرﻳﺔ‪.‬‬
‫رف ﻋﺎﻟﻲ‬
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‫ﻣﻴﺰﺓ )ﻣﻮﻓﺮ ﺍﻟﻄﺎﻗﺔ( ﻋﺎﺩﺓ ﺗﺴﻤﺢ ﻟﻚ ﺑﺘﻮﻓﻴﺮ‬
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‫ﺩﻗﺎﺋﻖ ﻣﻦ ﻓﺘﺢ ﺍﻟﺒﺎﺏ ﺃﻭ ﺇﻏﻼﻗﻪ‪ ،‬ﺳﻴﻈﻬﺮ‬
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‫ﻣﻦ ﻓﺘﺢ ﺍﻟﺒﺎﺏ ﺃﻭ ﺇﻏﻼﻗﻪ‪ ،‬ﺳﻴﻈﻬﺮ ﻋﻠﻰ ﺍﻟﺸﺎﺷﺔ ‪) off‬ﺇﻏﻼﻕ(‪.‬‬
‫ﺃﺛﻨﺎء ﻋﻤﻞ ﺧﺎﺻﻴﺔ )ﻣﻮﻓﺮ ﺍﻟﻄﺎﻗﺔ(‪ ,‬ﺇﺫﺍ ﺃﻧﺖ ﺿﻐﻂ ﻋﻠﻰ ﺃﻱ ﺯﺭ ﺳﻮﻑ ﻳﻌﻤﻞ‪ .‬‬
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