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Iberna IBO605X/E, IBOF605X User manual
OVENS
USER INSTRUCTIONS
CANDY HOOVER GROUP S.R.L. • Via Privata Eden Fumagalli • 20047 Brugherio Milano Italy
GB
CONTENTS
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Safety Instructions
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1. General Warnings
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1.1 Declaration Of Compliance
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1.2 Safety Hints
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1.3 Installation
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1.4 Fitting The Oven Into The Kitchen Unit
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1.5 Important
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1.6 Connecting To The Power Supply
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1.7 Oven Equipment (according
To The Model)
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2. Useful Tips
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2.1 Shelf Safety System
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2.2 Grilling
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2.3 Cleaning And Maintenance
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2.4 Service Centre
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3. Timer
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3.1 Using The End Of Cooking Timer
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3.2 Use Of The Electronic Programmer
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3.3 Setting The Correct Time
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4. Operating Instructions
5. Tables Of Cooking Times
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING: The appliance and its accessible parts become hot during use. Care should be taken to avoid
touching heating elements.
• Children under 8 Year of age must be kept away from the appliance unless they are continuously
supervised.
• This 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.
• Children must not play with the appliance.
• Cleaning and user maintenance shall not be made by children without supervision.
• During use the appliance becomes hot. Care should be taken to avoid touching heating elements inside
the oven.
WARNING: Accessible parts may become hot during use. Young children must be kept away.
• 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.
• The oven must be switched off before removing the guard, after cleaning, the guard must be replaced in
accordance with the instructions.
• Only use the temperature probe recommended for this oven.
• Do not use a steam cleaner for cleaning operations.
• WARNING: Avoid possibility of electric shock - ensure the appliance is switched off before replacing the
lamp.
• The means for disconnection must be incorporated in the fixed wiring in accordance with the wiring
rules.
• The instructions state the type of cord to be used, taking into account the temperature of the rear surface
of the appliance.
• If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by a special cord or assembly available from the
manufacturer or its service agent.
• CAUTION: In order to avoid a hazard due to inadvertent resetting of the thermal cutout, this appliance
must not be supplied through an external switching device, such as a timer, or connected to a circuit that
is regularly switched on and off by the utility.
• CAUTION: Accessible parts may be hot when the grill is in use. Young children must be kept away.
• Excess spillage must be removed before cleaning.
• During self-cleaning pyrolytic operation the surfaces may get hotter than usual and children MUST be
kept away.
This appliance is marked according to the European directive 2012/19/EU on Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment
(WEEE). WEEE contains both polluting substances (which can cause negative consequences for the environment) and basic
components (which can be re-used). It is important to have WEEE subjected to specific treatments, in order to remove and
dispose properly all pollutants, and recover and recycle all materials. Individuals can play an important role in ensuring that
WEEE does not become an environmental issue; it is essential to follow some basic rules:
• WEEE shall not be treated as household waste.
• WEEE shall be handed over to the relevant collection points managed by the municipality or by registered companies. In many
countries, for large WEEE, home collection could be present.
• When you buy a new appliance, the old one may be returned to the retailer who has to collect it free of charge on a one-to-one basis, as
long as the equipment is of equivalent type and has the same functions as the supplied equipment.
ENERGY SAVING AND RESPECTING THE ENVIRONMENT
Where possible, avoid pre-heating the oven and always try to fill it. Open the oven door as infrequently as possible, because heat from
the cavity disperses every time it is opened. For a significant energy saving, switch off the oven between 5 and 10 minutes before the
planned end of the cooking time, and use the residual heat that the oven continues to generate. Keep the seals clean and in order, to
avoid any heat dispersal outside of the cavity. If you have an electric contract with an hourly tariff, the "delayed cooking" programme
makes energy saving more simple, moving the cooking process to start at the reduced tariff time slot.
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1.4 FITTING THE OVEN INTO THE KITCHEN UNIT
1. GENERAL WARNINGS
Thank you for choosing one of our products. To get the most out of
your oven we recommend that you:
• Read the notes in this manual carefully: they contain important
instructions on how to install, use and service this oven safely.
• Keep this booklet in a safe place for easy, future reference.
All accessible parts are hot when the appliance is in operation, take
care to not touch these elements.
When the oven is first switched on it may give out acrid smelling
fumes. This is because the bonding agent for insulating panels around
the oven has been heated up for the first time.
This is a completely normal, if it does occur you merely have to wait for
the fumes to clear before putting the food into the oven.
An oven by its very nature becomes very hot. Especially the glass of
the oven door.
Fit the oven into the space provided in the kitchen unit; it may be fitted
underneath a work top or into an upright cupboard. Fix the oven in
position by screwing into place, using the four fixing holes in the frame.
(Fig.on last page).
To locate the fixing holes, open the oven door and look inside.To allow
adequate ventilation, the measurements and distances indicated in
the diagram on last page must be adhered to when fixing the oven.
Note: For ovens that are combined with a hob unit the instructions
contained in the manual for the hob unit must be followed.
1.5 IMPORTANT
If the oven is to work properly, the kitchen housing must be suitable.
The panels of the kitchen unit that are next to the oven must be made
of a heat resistant material. Ensure that the glues of units made of
veneered wood can withstand temperatures of at least 120 °C.
Plastics or glues that cannot withstand such temperatures will melt
and deform the unit. Once the oven has been lodged inside the unit,
the electrical parts must be completely insulated. This is a legal safety
requirement. All guards must be firmly fixed into place so that it is
impossible to remove them without using special tools.
Remove the back of the kitchen unit to ensure an adequate current of
air circulates around the oven. The hob must have a rear gap of at
least 45 mm.
1.1 DECLARATION OF COMPLIANCE
The parts of this appliance that may come into contact with foodstuffs
comply with the provisions of EEC Directive 89/109.
By placing the
mark on this product, we are confirming compliance
to all relevant European safety, health and environmental requirements
which are applicable in legislation for this product.
When you have unpacked the oven, make sure that it has not been
damaged in any way. If you have any doubts at all, do not use it: contact
a professionally qualified person. Keep packing materials such as
plastic bags, polystyrene, or nails out of the reach of children because
they are dangerous for children.
1.6 CONNECTING TO THE POWER SUPPLY
Plug into the power supply. Ensure first that there is a third contact that
acts as earthing for the oven. The oven must be properly earthed.
If the model of oven is not fitted with a plug, fit a standard plug to the
power cable. It must be able to bear the power supply indicated on the
specifications plate. The earthing cable is yellowgreen. The plug must
be fitted by a properly qualified person. If the socket and the plug are
incompatible the socket must be changed by a properly qualified
person.A properly qualified person must also ensure that the power
cables can carry the current required to operate the oven.
An ON/OFF switch may also be connected to the power supply. The
connections must take account of the current supplied and must
comply with current legal requirements. The yellow-green earthing
cable must not be governed by the ON/OFF switch. The socket or the
ON/OFF switch used for connecting to the power supply must be
easily accessible when the oven has been installed.
Important: During installation, position the power cable in such a way
that it will not be subjected to temperatures of above 50°C at any point.
The oven complies with safety standards set by the regulatory bodies.
The oven is safe to use only if it has been adequately earthed in
compliance with current legal requirements on wiring safety. You must
ensure that the oven has been adequately earthed.
The manufacturers cannot be held responsible for any harm or injury
to persons, animals or belongings caused by failure to properly earth
the oven.
WARNING: the voltage and the supply frequency are showed on the
rating plate (fig. on last page).
The cabling and wiring system must be able to bear the maximum
electric power required by the oven. This is indicated on the
specifications plate. If you are in any doubt at all, use the services of a
professionally qualified person.
1.2 SAFETY HINTS
•The oven must be used only for the purpose for which it was designed:
it must only be used for cooking food. Any other use, e.g. as a form of
heating, is an improper use of the oven and is therefore dangerous.
•The manufacturers cannot be held responsible for any damage
caused by improper, incorrect or unreasonable use. When using any
electrical appliance you must follow a few basic rules.
– Do not pull on the power cable to remove the plug from the socket.
– Do not touch the oven with wet or damp hands or feet.
– Do not use the oven unless you are wearing something on your feet.
– It is not generally a good idea to use adapters, multiple sockets for
several plugs and cable extensions.
– If the oven breaks down or develops a fault switch it off at the mains
and do not touch it.
•If the cable is at all damaged it must be replaced promptly.
When replacing the cable, follow these instructions. Remove the
power cable and replace it with one of the H05RRF, H05VV-F,
H05V2V2-F type. The cable must be able to bear the electrical current
required by the oven. Cable replacement must be carried out by
properly qualified technicians. The earthing cable (yellow-green) must
be 10 mm longer than the power cable.
Use only an approved service centre for repairs and ensure that only
original parts are used. If the above instructions are not adhered to the
manufacturers cannot guarantee the safety of the oven.
•Do not line the oven walls with aluminium foil or single-use protection
available from stores. Aluminium foil or any other protection, in direct
contact with the hot enamel, risks melting and deteriorating the enamel
of the insides.
1.3 INSTALLATION
Installation is the customer’s responsibility. The manufacturers have
no obligation to carry this out. If the assistance of the manufacturer is
required to rectify faults arising from incorrect installation, this
assistance is not covered by the guarantee.
The installation instructions for professionally qualified personal must
be followed. Incorrect installation may cause harm or injury to people,
animals or belongings. The manufacturer cannot be held responsible
for such harm or injury.
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Removing and cleaning wire racks
1.7 OVEN EQUIPMENT (according to the model)
1- Remove the knurled nuts by turning them counter clockwise.
2- Remove the wire racks by pulling them towards yourself.
3- To clean the wire racks either put them in the dishwasher or use
a wet sponge, ensuring that they are dried afterwards.
4- After the cleaning process install the wire racks in reverse order.
5- Replace the knurled nuts.
It is necessary to do an initial cleaning of the equipment before the first
use of each of them.Wash them with a sponge. Rinse and dry off.
The simple shelf can take moulds and
dishes.
The tray holder shelf is especially good
for grilling things. Use it with the drip
tray.
The special profile of the shelves
means they stay horizontal even when
pulled right out. There is no risk of a
dish sliding or spilling.
The drip tray catches the juices from
grilled foods. It is only used with the Grill,
Rotisserie, or Fan Assisted Grill ;
remove it from the oven for other
cooking methods.
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Never use the drip tray as a roasting tray as this
The pizza set is designed for pizza cooking. In
order to obtain the best results the set must be
used together with Pizza function.
The tray holder
The tray holder shelf is ideal for grilling. Use it in
conjunction with the drip tray. A handle
is included to assist in moving the both
accessories safely. Do no leave the
handle inside the oven.
2. USEFUL TIPS
2.1 SHELF SAFETY SYSTEM
them because this rule was not adhered to are not covered by the
guarantee.
To replace the interior light:
• switch off the mains power supply and unscrew bulb. Replace with
an identical bulb that can withstand very high temperatures.
The oven features a new shelf safety
system.
This allows you to pull out the oven shelves
when inspecting the food without danger of
food spillages or shelves falling
accidentally out of the oven.
To remove the shelves pull out and lift.
2.2 GRILLING
2.4 SERVICE CENTRE
Grilling makes it possible to give food a rich brown colour quickly. For
browning we recommend that you insert the grill onto the fourth level,
depending on the proportions of the food (see fig. page 7).
Almost all food can be cooked under the grill except for very lean game
and meat rolls.
Meat and fish that are going to be grilled should first be lightly doused
with oil.
Before calling the Service Centre:
• If the oven is not working, we recommend that:
You check that the oven is properly plugged into the power supply.
• If the cause of the fault cannot be detected:
Disconnect the oven from the mains, do not touch the oven and call
the after sales service.
2.3 CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
Before calling the Service Centre remember to make a note of the
serial number on the specifications plate (see fig. On last page).
The oven is supplied with a guarantee certificate that ensures that it
will be repaired free of charge by the Service Centre.
Never use abrasive cleaners, wire wool or sharp objects to clean the
glass oven door.
Clean the stainless steel and enamelled surfaces with warm, soapy
water or with suitable brand products. On no account use abrasive
powders that may damage surfaces and ruin the oven’s appearance.
It is very important to clean the oven each time that it is used. Melted
fat is deposited on the sides of the oven during cooking. The next time
the oven is used this fat could cause unpleasant odours and might
even jeopardise the success of the cooking. Use hot water and
detergent to clean; rinse out thoroughly.
To make this chore unnecessary all models can be lined with catalytic
self-cleaning panels: these are supplied as an optional extra (see the
section SELF-CLEANING OVEN WITH CATALYTIC LINING).
Use detergents and abrasive metal pads like «brillo pads» for the
stainless steel grills.
The glass surfaces as the top, oven door and warming compartment
door must be cleaned when they are cold. Damage that occurs to
Customer Care Telephone
0844 692 3605
Spare Parts Telephone
0844 692 3606
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3. TIMER
3.1 USING THE END OF COOKING TIMER
This control enables to set the desired cooking time (max. 120 min.) the oven will automatically switch off at the
end of the set time.
The timer will count down from the set time return to the O position and switch off automatically.
For normal use of oven set the timer to the
position.
To set the oven ensure the timer is not on the O position.
3.2 USE OF THE ELECTRONIC PROGRAMMER
FUNCTION
HOW TO ACTIVATE IT
HOW TO SWITCH IT OFF
WHAT IT DOES
WHAT IT IS FOR
MINUTE
MINDER
•Press and hold the
button
•Press the buttons or
to set the required time
•Release all the buttons
•When the set time as
elapsed an audible alarm
is activated (this alarm will
stop on its own, however
it can be stopped
immediately by pressing
the button)
•Sounds an alarm at the
end of the set time.
•To check how long is left
to run press the button
•Allows to use the oven as
alarm clock (could be
activated either with
operating the oven or with
out operating the oven)
MANUAL
FUNCTION
•Press the button
•Set the cooking function
with the oven function
selector
•Turn the oven function
selector to position O.
•Enables you to operate
the oven.
•For cooking the desired
recipes
•Press and hold the
TIMER button
•Press the buttons or
to set the lenght of
cooking required
•Release all buttons
•Set the cooking function
with the oven function
selector
•When the time is elapsed
the oven will switch off
automatically. Should you
wish to stop cooking earlier
either turn the function
selector to 0, or set time
to 0:00 (TIMER and
buttons)
•It allows to preset the
cooking time required
for the recipe chosen
•To check how long is
left to run press the
TIMER button.
•To alter/change the
preset time press TIMER
and
buttons
•At the end of the cooking
set time, the oven will
switch off automatically
and an audible alarm will
ring.
•Press and hold the END
button
•Press the buttons
to set the time at which
you wish the oven to
switch off
•Release the buttons
•Set the cooking function
with the oven function
selector
•At the time set, the oven
will switch off. To switch
off manually, turn the oven
function selector to
position O.
•Enables you to set the
end of cooking time
•To check the preset time
press the END button
•To modify the preset
time press buttons END
+
COOKING
TIME
END OF
COOKING
3.3 SETTING THE CORRECT TIME
Keys for:
1- Alarm clock
2- Cooking time
3- End of cooking time
4- Switch on automatic keys for time
adjustment:
5- Minus key
6- Plus key
WARNING : the first operation to carry out after the oven has been
installed or following the interruption of power supply (this is
recognizable the display pulsating and showing
(
)is setting the correct time. This is achieved as follows
1- Press COOKING TIME and STOP button simultaneously. As alternative, press"
" key.
2- Set clock with key " - " or "+ " . By pressing the key shortly, you advance or reset the clock by one
minute. When you keep the individual key pressed, the minutes are advanced or reset quickly.
3- Release all buttons.
ATTENTION the oven only operates if set on manual function
or preset time.
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•This function is typically
used with “cooking time”
function. For example if
the dish has to be cooked
for 45 minutes and needs
to be ready by 12:30,
simply select the required
function, set the cooking
time to 45 minutes and the
end of cooking time to
12:30.
•Cooking will start automatically at 11:45 (12:30
minus 45 mins) and will
continue until the pre-set
end-of-cooking-time, when
the oven will switch itself
off automatically.
WARNING.
If the END of cooking is
selected without setting
the length of cooking
time, the oven will start
cooking immediately
and it will stop at the
END of cooking time set.
4. OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Lower Resistance
Lower element, This function is ideal for delicate dishes (pies-souffle).
* Tested in accordance with the CENELEC EN 60350-1 used for definition of energy class.
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5. TABLES OF COOKING TIMES
The overall suggested cooking times set out below are intended as a rough guide only. They may in fact vary according to the quality, the freshness,
the size and the thickness of the food cooked and of course cooking time is also partly a matter of taste. Let the food stand for a few minutes before
serving because the ingredients continue cooking after they have been removed from the oven.
Shelf position
4
3
2
1
HANDY TIP: Lower the temperature so as to avoid the surface of the
food becoming hard and dry.
Electric fan oven
Static electric oven
Quantity
Shelf
Time
of cooking
in minutes
Oven
temperature
Shelf
Time
of cooking
in minutes
Oven
temperature
Remarks
Lasagne
Kg 3,5
2
70 ÷ 75
220
2
60 ÷ 65
200
Put the lasagne into an unheated oven
Cannelloni
Oven baked
pasta
Kg 1,8
2
50 ÷ 60
220
2
40 ÷ 50
200
Put the cannelloni into an unheated oven
Kg 2,5
2
55 ÷ 60
220
2
45 ÷ 50
200
Put the oven baked pasta into an
unheated oven
Bread
Kg 1
di pasta
2
35
10
(pre-heating)
200
2
30 ÷ 35
10
(pre-heating)
180
Form the dough into a loaf and make a
cross with a knife on top of the dough
leave the dought to rise for at least 2
hours. Grease the baking tin and put the
dough in the middle of it.
Pizza
Kg 1
1
25 ÷ 35
190
1
20 ÷ 25
190
Warm the oven for 15 minutes and place
the pizzas on the greased baking tray.
Garnish them with tomatoes,
mozzarella, ham, oil, salt and origano.
Pastry (frozen)
vol au vents
n° 24
1
30 ÷ 35
220
2
25 ÷ 30
200
Place 24 vol au vents in the oven and
bake.
180
Warm the oven for 15 minutes, grease
the baking tray, season the 4 focaccia
with oil and salt and leave them to rise at
room temperature for at least 2 hours
before put ting them in the oven.
Food
• Pasta
• Baking (not cakes)
Focaccia
(n° 4)
gr. 200 of
dough each
2
25 ÷ 30
2
200
20 ÷ 25
• Meat
All meats can be roasted in shallow or deep roasting trays.
It is advisable to cover the shallow trays to avoid splattering the sides of the oven with grease.
The roasting times are the same whether the meat has been covered up or not.
Whole joint of
beef
Kg 1
3
70 ÷ 80
220
3
50 ÷ 60
200
Put the meat into a deep Pyrex dish and
season with salt and pepper; turn the
meat half way through cooking.
Joint of
deboned beef
Kg 1
2
100 ÷ 110
220
2
80 ÷ 90
200
Cook the meat in a covered Pyrex dish
with herbs, spice, oil and butter.
Joint of
deboned veal
Kg 1,3
1
90 ÷ 110
220
2
90 ÷ 100
200
Kg 1
2
80 ÷ 90
220
2
80 ÷ 90
200
2
40 ÷ 45
220
2
35 ÷ 40
200
Cover the trout with salt, oil and onions
and cook in a Pyrex dish.
2
30 ÷ 35
220
2
30 ÷ 25
200
Cook the salmon in an open Pyrex dish
with salt, pepper and oil.
Kg 1
2
40 ÷ 45
220
2
35 ÷ 40
200
Cook the sole with salt and a spoonful
of oil.
2 whole ones
2
40 ÷ 45
220
2
35 ÷ 40
200
Cook the bream in oil and salt in a
covered dish.
Joint of
fillet of beef
Cook as indicated above
Cook as indicated above.
••Fish
Fish
Trout
Salmon
Sole
Bream
3 whole trout
or / Kg 1
700 g
2,5 cm slice
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5. TABLES OF COOKING TIMES
Static electric oven
Electric fan oven
Shelf
Time
of cooking
in minutes
Oven
temperature
Shelf
Time
of cooking
in minutes
Oven
temperature
Remarks
Kg 1-1,3
2
60 ÷ 80
220
2
60 ÷ 70
200
Place the guinea fowl in a deep Pyrex or
pottery dish with very little oil and season
with herbs and spices.
Kg 1,5-1,7
2
110 ÷ 120
220
2
100 ÷ 110
200
Follow the procedure for cooking the
guinea fowl.
Kg 1-1,2
2
55 ÷ 65
220
2
50 ÷ 60
200
Put all the pieces of the same size in the
glazed tray.Season with herbs and spices.
Turn the pieces as and when required.
Coconut cake
baked in a tin
1
55
180
1
50
160
Use a tin that is 22 cm deep. Pre-heat for
10 mins.
Sponge cake
1
55
175
1
40 ÷ 45
160
Use a tin that is 22 cm deep. Pre-heat for
10 mins.
Carrot cake
baked in a tin
1
65
180
1
50 ÷ 60
160
700 gr
1
40
200
2
30 ÷ 35
180
Fennel
800 gr
1
70 ÷ 80
220
1
60 ÷ 70
200
Courgettes
800 gr
1
70
220
1
60 ÷ 70
200
Potatoes
800 gr
2
60 ÷ 65
220
2
60 ÷ 65
200
Carrots
800 gr
1
80 ÷ 85
220
1
70 ÷ 80
200
Slice the carrots, place in a Pyrex dish and
cook.
Whole apples
Kg 1
1
45 ÷ 55
220
2
45 ÷ 55
200
Bake the fruit in an open Pyrex or earthenware dish. Leave it to cool inside the oven.
Pears
Kg 1
1
45 ÷ 55
220
2
45 ÷ 55
200
Follow procedure above.
Peaches
Kg 1
1
45 ÷ 55
220
2
45 ÷ 55
200
Follow procedure above.
Food
Quantity
• Rabbits and Poultry
Guinea fowl
Chicken
Rabbit pieces
• Cakes
Apricot pie
Use a tin that is 22 cm deep. Pre-heat for
10 mins.
Use a tin that is 22 cm deep. Pre-heat for
10 mins.
• Vegetable
Cut the fennel into four pieces, add butter,
salt and potatoes if required and place in a
Pyrex face up. Cover the dish.
Slice the courgettes, place in a Pyrex dish
and add butter and salt.
Cut the potatoes into equal parts and
place in a Pyrex dish. Season with salt,
origano and rosemary. Cook in oil.
• Fruit
• Grilling
Place the food to be grilled underneath the infra-red grill.
Warning: When the grill is on it takes on a bright red colour. Place the tray underneath the grill to collect juices and fat from the food being
grilled.
Squares of
bread for
toasting
4 pieces
Toasted
sandwiches
4
4
5
(5 to heat up
grill)
Grill
3
10
(10 to heat up
grill)
Grill
4
5
(10 to heat up
grill)
Grill
Lay the bread on the grill tray. When one
side of the bread has been toasted, turn
over and toast the other side. Remember:
keep the toast warm at the bottom of the
oven until you are ready to serve it.
3
5/8
(10 to heat up
grill)
Grill
Lay the bread on the grill tray. When one
side of the sandwich has been toasted,
turn over and toast the other side.
Cut the sausages in half and lay them face
down on the grill. Half way through grilling
turn them over. Every so often, check that
they are being cooked equally all over. (If
this is not happening, turn and reposition
the ones being cooked ether less or more
than the others.
Sausages
n°6 / Kg 0,9
4
25/30
(5 to heat up
grill)
Grill
4
15/20
(10 to heat up
grill)
Grill
Ribs of beef
n°4 / Kg 1,5
4
25 (5 to
heat up grill)
Grill
4
15/20 (10 to
heat up grill)
Grill
Make sure that the ribs of beef are exposed
to the full effect on the main grill.
Chicken legs
n°4 / Kg 1,5
3
50/60 (5 to
heat up grill)
Grill
3
50/60 (10 to
heat up grill)
Grill
Turn them over twice during grilling
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GB
INSTALLATION
4x3.5x25
545
Protection trim (supplied with the oven when necessary)
GB Rating plate
545
07.2016 • REV.B • 42818983
595
GB
The manufacturer will not be responsible for any inaccuracy resulting from printing or transcript errors contained in this brochure. We reserve the right
to carry out modifications to products as required, including the interests of consumption, without prejudice to the characteristics relating to safety or
function.
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