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Aeg IAE64433XB Quick Guide
BRIEF INSTRUCTIONS
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GUIDE
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Let’s help you get started. Use
the recipe overleaf to discover
the various features of your
appliance.
Function
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
ON / OFF
Lock / The Child Safety Device
Pause
Fry Assist
Heat setting display
Timer indicators of cooking zones
Timer display
8. Hob²Hood
Use the sensor fields to operate
the appliance. The displays,
indicators and sounds tell which
functions operate.
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7
11
10
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9
Comment
To activate and deactivate the hob.
To lock / unlock the control panel.
To activate and deactivate the function.
To activate and deactivate the function.
To show the heat setting.
To show for which zone you set the time.
To show the time in minutes.
To activate and deactivate the manual mode of
the function.
9.
To select the cooking zone.
10.
To increase or decrease the time.
11. Power function
12. Control bar
To activate and deactivate the function.
To set a heat setting.
EN
Fry Assist function.
This function lets you set a heat setting level to fry
your food. The hob keeps the selected temperature
automatically while frying. Once the heat setting level is
set, no manual temperature adjustment is necessary.
Eggs
Heat setting level
Omlette, fried eggs
1-3
Scrambled eggs
4-6
Fish
Heat setting level
Filet of fish, fish fingers, seafood
4-6
Meat
Heat setting level
Cutlet, chicken breast, turkey breast
1-3
Hamburger, meatball
2-4
Escalope, filet, steak medium / well done, fried sausages, minced meat
4-6
Steak rare
7-9
. The indicator above the symbol comes on.
2. Press
The heat setting is set to
.
Vegetables
Heat setting level
3. Set the best heat setting for the food you want to
fry. Refer to the table in Hints and tips chapter. The
indicators above the symbol start to flash slowly. The
zone is heating up.
Fried potatoes, raw
1-3
Fried potatoes patty
4-6
Vegetables
4-6
You can set the function for the left front cooking
zone of the hob.
CAUTION!
Use laminated pans only with low heat setting
level to prevent overheating and damage of the
cookware.
To activate the function:
1. Put an empty pan on the left front cooking zone. Do
not use a lid while using the function.
4. Wait until the pan reaches the temperature you set. A
signal sounds. All indicators above the symbol are on.
5. Put the food and some fat on the pan.
To deactivate the function:
Touch 0 of the left front cooking zone or touch
.
The data in the tables shows examples of food for each heat setting level. The amount, thickness,
quality and temperature ( i.e. frozen ) of the food have an influence on the correct heat setting level.
Choose the heat setting level and adjustment that are the best for your cooking habits and pans.
Hints and Tips for Fry Assist function
CAUTION!
Use laminated pans only with low and
medium cooking level to prevent damage
and overheating of the cookware.
Do not use a lid while using Fry Assist
function.
Cookware for induction cooking
zones
Use the induction cooking zones with
correct cookware.
Cookware material
Cast iron, steel, enamelled steel,
stainless steel, the bottom made of
multi-layer (with correct mark from a
manufacturer).
Induction cooking zones
For induction cooking zones a strong
electro-magnetic fi eld creates the heat in
the cookware very quickly.
Aluminium, copper, brass, glass,
ceramic, porcelain.
Cookware is correct for an induction hob if:
•
some water boils very quickly on a zone set
to the highest heat setting.
•
a magnet pulls on to the bottom of the
cookware.
The bottom of the cookware must be as
thick and fl at as possible.
How to save energy
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•
Put cookware on a cooking zone before
you start it.
Use the residual heat to keep the food
warm or to melt it.
Hints and Tips for Fry Assist function
To achieve best results with Fry Assist
function:
Do not use cookware with embossment at
the center of the bottom.
•
Use cookware made of stainless steel with
sandwich bottom.
•
Start the function with cold appliance
(no manual heat up of the cookware is
necessary).
•
You can adjust the results of frying if
they are not satisfactory. To do so:
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Reduce the level of frying if the food is too
brown / dark or is still raw.
Different sizes of pans can cause different
heat up times. Heavy pans store more heat
than the light pans but take more time to
heat up.
Increase the level of frying if the food is too
pale.
Sometimes it might be necessary to change
frying level.
Correct pans for Fry Assist function
Use only pans with flat bottom. To check if the pan is
correct:
1. Put your pan up side down.
2. Put a ruler on the bottom of the pan.
3. Try to put a coin of 1, 2 or 5 Euro Cent (or with
similar thickness) between the ruler and the
bottom of the pan.
a. The pan is incorrect if you can put the coin
between the ruler and the pan.
b. The pan is correct if you can not put the coin
between the ruler and the pan.
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