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Aeg IAE84881XB Quick Guide
60 cm
Let’s help you get started. Use the
following instructions to discover
the various features of your
Food Sensor
6 7
8 9
80 cm
1 Induction zone with Assisted Cooking
7 Minimum marked level
2 Induction zone with Assisted Cooking and
Pan Fry
3 Control panel
8 Recommended immersion range (for
liquids), c.a. 2-5 cm above the minimum
marked level
9 Calibration code
4 Induction cooking zone
5 Area with antenna
6 Measurement point
10 Hook for placing the Food Sensor on the
11 Handle with antenna inside
Not each cooking zone supports each
function. The pictures on the left show
for which cooking zones the automatic
functions can be activated.
Sous Vide
Pan Fry
Hints & Tips for the Food Sensor
The Food Sensor is a temperature probe wirelessly
connected to an antenna located under the surface
of the hob, in the area between the two rear cooking
The antenna of the Food Sensor is located inside
its handle. Make sure you do not cover it with metal
objects (e.g. do not let the Food Sensor drop into a pot
while cooking).
For all functions, e.g.
Assisted Cooking and
Sous Vide, you can use
the Food Sensor on the
left side of the hob only.
To establish the best connection between the Food
Sensor and the hob, place a pot on one of the left
cooking zones and put the Food Sensor into the pot at
1-3 o’clock position.
With the Thermometer
function you can use the Food
Sensor also on the right side
of the hob.
Place cookware in the centre of the selected cooking
zone. Make sure that the bottom diameter does not
exceed the marking of the cooking zone.
Place the Food Sensor close
to the centre of the hob at 9-11
o’clock position.
Large cookware used on the left rear cooking zone
may block the signal while you are using the Food
Sensor on the left front cooking zone. To make sure
the connection is established and maintained, use the
cooking zones on the right for cooking without the Food
Sensor while it is in use.
Signal indicators::
- strong / medium / weak signal
- no signal
To improve the signal, move the Food Sensor in the
direction of the antenna or move the pot.
Place the Food Sensor on the rim of the pot or pan by the
hook; close to the area with the antenna, at 1-3 o’clock
position (for the left side of the hob) or 9-11 o’clock
position (for the right side of the hob).
Sous Vide & KeepTemperature
Sous Vide
You can start Sous Vide in two ways.
With Sous Vide you can prepare your food at a low
temperature, which helps you save the vitamins and
achieve the best taste. With appropriate temperatures
and cooking times your dishes will always be delicious.
Refer to the Cooking Guide available in the User Manual
to make the most of this function.
If you activate it from the Menu, you are able to choose
your own temperatures (between 35 – 85 °C).
Defrost food before preparing it. Put seasoned food into
bags and vacuum seal them.
Fill the pot with water and put the Food Sensor
inside. Make sure that the water level reaches the
recommended immersion range.
If you activate Sous Vide via Assisted Cooking, the
temperatures are pre-defined for different dishes.
TIP: You will get the best
results if you position the
bags vertically and fully
cover them with water.
Your hob provides you with clear settings and instructions
to follow.
Make sure you abide by the rules of cooking at low
temperatures. Refer to the User Manual for more
information on the subject.
The Food Sensor can also be used to prepare food
without having to vacuum seal it. In this use, it helps you
maintain a constant temperature of your dish throughout
the cooking session. Remember to stir the food regularly
to avoid burning it.
Start the Sous Vide program.
Once the appropriate temperature is reached, put the
bags into the water. Use a lid.
Core temperature measurement for solid foods
You can use the Food Sensor to measure the temperature inside the food, i.e. the core
Place the Food Sensor so that its measurement point is positioned in the central, thickest
part of the food, especially for thin slices. For thicker portions of meat insert the Food
Sensor at least up to the minimum marked level.
Measurement point
Activate the Thermometer function from the Menu to check the temperature of your dish.
You can also use the Food Sensor with the Assisted Cooking / Pan Fry function with predefined cooking parameters for various dishes. Use the Food Sensor to control the core
If you want to prepare a thin slice of food with the use of the Pan Fry function, remember to
turn it over when it reaches a half of the desired temperature.
For very thick portions of food turn them over more often.
Measurement point
We recommend that you use the Sous Vide method first to get the best results. To add a
finishing touch, put the prepared portions on a pre-heated pan and roast them quickly on
both sides.
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