AEG Micromat 120 D Owner's manual

AEG Micromat 120 D Owner's manual
'MICROMAT 110/120
Microwave oven
Operating instructions
Hello
Allow me to introduce myself: | am your new AEG microwave
oven. From now on, | should like to help you defrost, heat, and
cook your food. | am especially fast and gentle in operation.
| am also simple to operate and easy to care for. If you carefully
read and follow my operating instructions before first use, you are
sure to experience a good deal of joy when using me.
Printed on recycled paper.
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Contents
Features
Before you read on
Microwaves - what are they?
Safety instructions for the user
Golden rules for using your microwave oven
How to cook by time and power
General hints on cooking, heating, and defrosting
Standing time
Hints on power settings
Practical hints on working with a microwave oven
First use
Setting the cooking time and power
Starting
Interruption
Prematurely ending the cooking sequence
Manual defrosting
The correct ovenware
Special browning skillet
Cleaning and care
If you think your microwave oven is not
functioning properly
Installation and connection
Table top model
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Rating plate
Technical data
Data for test centres
Cooking tables
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A See-through glass door
B 9setting power control LA
C 60-minute timer @)
D Start button D
E Turntable On/Off button |]
F Door release Y
G Wave stirrer cover
H Cooking space lighting
I Turntable (must be in the oven when the latter is operating)
J Door seal
K Door catch and safety device
Please read my operating instructions thoroughly before using
me. You will learn how to operate my oven, how to set cooking
time and power, and how to clean and maintain me.
Microwaves belong to the family of electromagnetic waves.
These waves are able to transmit energy like radio waves.
Microwaves are close relatives of the short waves known in radio
and TV, being used, not to transmit music and TV pictures, but to
cook food.
During the cooking cycle, the microwaves penetrate inside the
food. Without any intermediate carrier, they generate heat below
the surface by causing the food molecules to vibrate. The heat of
friction thus generated propagates through the food, enabling the
latter 10 be defrosted, heated, and cooked.
This is the basic difference between a microwave appliance and
conventional cooker. Cookers externally apply heat to the food
via heat flux (oven), heat conduction (hob), or heat radiation
(grill).
How quickly a microwave oven cooks food depends very strong-
ly on the quantity, quality, and shape of the food.
Since, during microwave cooking, heat is not uniformly generated
at all locations, it is important that the food to be heated is stirred
or turned when large quantities are being cooked.
Since this cooking method involves generation of heat inside the
food itself and not via an intermediate carrier (fat or water),
nutrient-conserving cooking is possible.
Vitamins and minerals are retained in the food and not swept
away as during conventional cooking.
Before you
read on
Microwaves —
what are they?
Safety
instructions
for the user
The golden rules for trouble-free and safe working with a
microwave oven
1.
2.
3.
10.
Switch me on only when food has been placed in the cook-
ing space.
Always keep me clean, especially in the vicinity of the door
seals and door seal surfaces.
Never damage:
m the door
m the door hinges
Em the door seals and their surfaces
m the door frame
(e. g. never jam anything between door and frame).
Clean the door seals and their surfaces (also the door frame)
with a mild detergent and hot water.
Note:
Should the door seals and door seal surfaces be damaged, |
should not be operated until | have been repaired by the AEG
Service Centre or by an AEG-trained electrician!
. Only use suitable ovenware.
. When heating liquids, please always additionally place a tea-
spoon in the container to avoid delayed boiling.
During delayed boiling, the boiling temperature is attained
without the typical steam bubbles rising. When the container
is shaken, even only slightly, the liquid may then suddenly
vigorously boil over or spurt - with the risk of your being
scalded.
Food with a skin or peel, such as potatoes, tomatoes, sau-
sages, and the like, should be pierced with a fork so that any
steam present can escape and the food will not burst.
. Make sure that a minimum temperature of 70 °C is attained
for the cooking/heating of food. This wili be achieved if you
follow the instructions given in the cooking table (time/
power). | |
Babyfoodin jars or botties should always be heated without a
lid or top, and well stirred or shaken after heating, to ensure
uniform distribution of the heat. Before giving your child the
babyfood, please check the temperature.
. Please note that, at high power and time settings, the
ovenware heats up. Please therefore use an oven glove or a
pan cloth. |
Do not allow the appliance to operate unattended if
food is to be warmed or cooked in disposable contain-
ers made of plastic, paper, or other inflammable mate-
rials.
Should smoke be observed the oven door must be
kept closed and the oven switched off or else discon-
nected from the power supply.
11. Never use your microwave oven:
m to boil eggs or escargots in their shells, since they
will otherwise burst!
u lo heat large quantities of cooking oil (fondue,
deep-frying) and drinks containing a high percent-
age of alcohol - there is a danger of spontaneous
combustion!
to heat unopened cans, bottles, etc.
to dry animals, textiles, and paper
if no food has been placed in the cooking space
for crockery (porcelain, ceramics, earthenware,
etc.) having hollow spaces that fill with water and
which may cause vapour pressures to build up dur-
ing cooking. Please follow the respective manufac-
turer's instructions.
12. Use your appliance only as instructed and as indicated
in the "Cooking tables”. Never overcook your food by exces-
sive lengths of time or at excessive power settings. Some
areas of the food will otherwise dry out and may ignite.
13. Should the power cable fitted to the appliance be damaged,
it must be replaced with an identical one. This wark may only
be carried out by the manufacturer's staff or by qualified
electricians who have been trained by the manufacturer.
14. Only operate your appliance when the turntable is in-
serted.
AEG electrical appliances comply with all relevant safety
regulations. Never, ever use the micro-wave ovenit itis no
longer functioning properly.
In order to maintain the safety of your appliance, you may
only have repairs. particularly to the live parts of the appli-
ance, carried out by a qualified electrician trained by the
manufacturer. In the case of any defect or breakdown you
must therefore contact your electrical dealer or our Ser-
vice Centre direct.
If repairs are carried out improperly, the result can be seri-
ous danger for the user.
The interior lighting in the cooking space can only be re-
placed by the AEG Service Centre or by an AEG-trained
electrician.
Safety
instructions
for the user
How to cook
by time
and power
General hints
on cooking,
heating,
and
defrosting
Standing
time
To familiarize yourself easily and quickly with my operation,
please use the "Cooking tables" or "Recipe booklet" provided.
My cooking time depends on the quantity of food.
For example:
One cup of soup is ready to eat in around 1.5-2 minutes. Five
cups of soup take around 5 times as long, i. e. around 7-10 min-
utes.
You will find the exact times in the "Cooking tables” provided.
Food comes in different qualities and is prepared in different
quantities.
The times and amounts of energy necessary for defrosting,
heating, or cooking are therefore different.
In the “Cooking tables” you will find information on what setting of
lime and power, you should individually select.
The standing time referred to in the "Cooking tables” or “Recipe
booklet” means:
Allow the food to stand without power e. g. inside or outside the
appliance to ensure that the heat in the food is uniformly distribut-
ed.
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Hints on power setting A
The following listing shows you what power setting allows
what: ‘
Setting 8-9 Maximum power
- to start the cooking sequence: to bring to the boil, start to
roast, stew, etc.
roasting of meat on the micro-grill plate
heating of ready meals
defrosting and heating of frozen ready meals.
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Setting 6-7
- to finish cooking meat previously started on setting 9
- heating of tender foods, such as: mushrooms, cheese, escar-
gots, mussels, beaten eggs, thick beans, butter, baby food in
jars, chocolate glazing
- starting to stew meat in small chunks (gulash)
- cooking of fish.
Setting 3-5
- 10 simmer soups, single-portion meals, soufflés, noodles
(after bringing to the boil on setting 9)
- continuing to stew gulash, rissoles, etc. after initial frying
- cooking of small portions of veal (without previous frying).
Setting 2-3")
- to defrost meat, fish, fruit, bread, and cakes
- making of milk puddings
(after bringing to the boil on setting 9).
Setting 1-2
- to warm cnld food, drinks, and butter
- defrosting of fat-rich foods, sausage, and cheese
- raising of yeast dough
~ defrosting of cream and butler
~ defrosting of cream and butter-cream cakes.
') Use setting 3 for defrosting only on model MC 110
(750 \\)!
Cooking:
Practical hints on working with
microwave appliances
Whetever possible, cook in a covered container. Only if crust is
required or is to be retained should you cook food in uncovered
containers. After switching off your appliance, allow the food to
stand inside for some minutes (standing time).
Refrigerated or frozen foods require a longer cooking time.
Foods containing sauces should be stirred from time to time.
Meat:
Cook fatty pieces of meat (e. g. pork), game, or poultry on a non-
metallic grid or inverted saucer. Cook leaner meat types in a
browning skillet (special accessory). Turn during the cooking
period.
Vegetables:
Always cook vegetables in a covered container and stir them
from time to time. Cook vegetables with firm consistency, such
as carrots, peas, and cauliflower, with a little water. Cook vegeta-
bles with soft consistency, such as mushrooms, peppers, and to-
matoes, without liquid.
Do not defrost deep-frozen vegetables before cooking, but de-
frost and cook in one process.
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Meat:
Place frozen, unpacked meat on an inverted plate in a glass or
porcelain container so that the meat juice can drain. Turn during
the defrosting period. Possibly cover already defrosted areas
with small sheets of aluminium foil. Keep sheets of foil at least
2 cm away from the cooking space walls and door.
When the defrosting period has elapsed, the pieces of meat need
a difterently long standing time depending on consistency.
Butter, pieces of layer cake, cottage cheese:
Previously remove aluminium foil packaging. Do not fully defrost
in the appliance, but leave to adjust outside (e. g. for cottage
cheese and pieces of layer cake, 30 min - 1 h depending on
quantity).
Fruit:
Carefully turn or stir during the defrosting period.
Ready meals in metal packages or plastic containers with metal
lids should be heated or defrosted in your microwave oven only if
they are explicitly marked as being suitable for microwave
use. Please follow the operating instructions printed on
the packages (remove the metal lid and prick the plastic
foil).
Important: Metal objects must be placed at least 2 cm
away from the cooking space walls and door.
Defrosting
Ready meals
Operation
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MICROMAT
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| Function switch
for power
Function switch
for cooking time
Function button
I~ for turntable
-4— Start button (4)
— Door release (5)
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Place mains plug in socket with protective earth contact.
Press door release 5 Y. open door, insert food, and close
door.
Never operate your microwave oven when it is empty!
Set power function switch 1 [4 to the required setting (see
Cooking tables).
With cooking time function switch 2 @), enter the time.
For cooking times below 2 minutes first set my function
switch to 10 minutes and then turn it back to the required
cooking time.
Close the appliance door.
On: Button 3/0] projects.
Off: Button is pressed. e
It you use large ovenware which projects beyond the edge of the
turntable and may cause a blockage, you must switch off the
turntable.
Press start button 4 {.
An audible signal sounds at the end of the cooking sequence.
All cooking sequences can be interrupted by opening the door
with door release 5 Y, e.g. for stirring (cooking time/power re-
mains effective).
Close the door, and press the start button. The cooking time
automatically resumes.
It the cooking sequence is to be prematuely ended, press door
release 5 % and tum cooking time function switch 2 @)
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Frozen fondis defrosted at the times and powers indicated in the
"Cooking tables” and "Recipe booklet”.
Set power function swilch 1 to Defrosting 1-2, set function
switch 2 @) for cooking time.
Close the appliance door.
Press start button 4 D.
An audible signal sounds at the end of the defrosting time.
Cooking time
and power
Turntable
Starting
Interrupting
the
cooking
sequence
Prematurely
ending the
cooking
sequence
Defrosting
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The correct
ovenware
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Crockery material
Operating modes
Defrost- | Heating | Cook-
ing ing
Glass’) X X X
Ceramic X X X
Porcelain’) X X X
Earthenware) X X X
Plastic crockery?) X X X
Paper cups X — —
Paper plates X — -
Grease-proof paper”) X X
Board") X X -
Aluminium foil?) X X X
Aluminium containers,
ready meal containers X X
Metal objects?) - -
Crockery with metal base - =
Keep-fresh foil X - -
Roasting foil X X X
') But without silver, gold, platinum, or metal base.
*) Please note the relevant manufacturer's instructions.
*) Please follow the instructions given under “Practical
hints on working with microwave appliances”.
*) For exceptions, see “Golden rules”.
>) Under prolonged heating, there is a risk of firel
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Since, during microwave cooking with short roasting times or with
very lean meat, no heavy browning of the food is achieved, spe-
cial browning skillets ‘and grill plates are obtainable from your
electrical retailer.
Browning skillets have a bottom coating which becomes very hot
when the skillets are preheated empty. The preheating time for
this skillet is variously long and depends on the required degree
of browning of the food concerned.
Caution: When working with browning skillet, the grid (ac-
cessory available from the AEG service centre) must absolutely
be inserted on the turntable (see illustration)!
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If this is not observed, the turntable can be damaged dur-
ing operation or when the door of the appliance is
opened!
Special
browning
skillet
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Cleaning the
appliance
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Cleaning and care
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Cleaning should only be carried out when the appliance is un-
plugged from the mains supply
Use only mild cleaners and hot watet.
Clean your appliance inside and outside with a soft cloth. Never
use abrasive scouring agents.
You can neutralize odours inside the cooking space by boiling a
cup of water with a little lemon juice for a few minutes in your ap-
pliance.
Note: Never switch on your appliance if the door seal is
damaged.
Have your appliance checked by a trained service engi-
neer.
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If you think your microwave oven is not
functioning properly
Before calling the service centre, please check whether, on the
basis of the following hints, you can rectify the fault yourself.
If your microwave oven no longer works, check whether:
s your appliance is plugged into the mains supply;
a the fuses in the fixed wiring are in order,
E the door is fully closed;
m the start button is pressed.
If, after these checks, your microwave oven still does not work,
please call the AEG service centre or your retailer.
m If, however, you decide to call in the service centre to help with
any of the stated instructions or on grounds of faulty opera-
tion, the service enginrer's visit cannot be made free of
charge even during the guarantee period.
® You should therefore take careful note of our instructions on
operation of your microwave oven in these instructions as well
as our additional recommendalions and hints in the recipe
booklet.
m AEG clectiical appliances comply with the valid salety require-
ment. Repairs to electrical appliances may only be performed
by a trained electrician. Improper repairs may place the user at
serious risk.
Installing the tabletop appliance 110/120
Installing the tabletop appliance
lo ensure trouble free ventilation, an air space of 5 cm around
the apphance is necessary
Connect to a plug socket with protective earth contact and
fused with a 10 A-L automatic device or 10 A siow-blowing
fuse!
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Installation/
connection
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Installing built-under model 110 and built-in model 110/
120.
MICROMAT model 110 U can be built in under a hanging kitchen
cabinet with the help of a set of fittings.
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To install the MICROMAT model 110/120 E in a kitchen cabinet,
use the appropriate mounting frame.
Caution! When installing the MICROMAT model 120 be-
hind a roller door, the door must always be open when the
oven is in use.
If the door is closed the oven will be damaged and guaran-
tee cover will not apply.
The oven must be connected by means of a proper Home Office
socket and plug, protected with a 10 A-L safety cut-out or a 10
amp slow fuse.
When the oven is installed, there must be a possibility of discon- _
necting it from the mains with a contact break of at least 3 mm on
all poles.
A suitable size of switch, a safety cut-out or a melting or fly-out
fuse, are suitable contact-breakers.
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Rating plate
It you cannot find any reference to a particular fault in my operat
ing instructions, please contact our service centre.
When doing so, quote the E-No. and F-No. of your oven, which
you will find on my rating plate (arrow).
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Your indication of these numbers enables the service centre to
make precise identification of the required spare part so that | can
be repaired at the engineer's first visit. You wil! thus save yourself
additional costs due to any possible repeated trips by the service
encneoer,
So that these numbers are always to hand, you are recommend-
ed to enter them here
E-No. a a
F-No. | a
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Technical
data
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MICROMAT 110
Mains voltage: 230 V, 50 Hz
Power input: 1200 W
Output:
— full power: 750 W (measured to
DIN 44566-04/89)
~ defrosting: 180 W
Adjustable: 10 % to 100 % of full power
Fuse: 10 amp A-L
Timer: 60 minutes
Table-top model:
Diameter (height x width x depth) in mn:
Housing: 296 x 440 x 320
Interior: y 207 x 260 x 260
Net weight: 15 kilos
MICROMAT 120
Mains voltage: 230 V, 50 Hz
Power input: 1300 W
Outpt:
- full power: 850 W (measured to
DIN 44566 04/89)
- defrosting 180 W
Adjustable: 10% to 100 % of full power
Fuse: 10 amp AL
Timer: 60 minutes
Table-top model:
Diameter (height x width x depth) in min:
Housing: 296 x 496 x 384
Interior: 207 x 315 x 315
Net weight: 17 kilos
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This appliance meets the requirements for radio and TV suppres-
sion of EC Directive 87/308 EC as well as standards EN 60 555
Part 1-3 and DIN VDE 0838 Part 1-3 of June 1987 for the effect of
appliances on the power network.
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Power
(%)
30
30
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
Duration
IN min.
25-35
В 12
18 24
18 24
10-14
8 12
23 28
20 30
Adjust-
ment
time
min,
Remarks
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placed on inverted
saucer and turned
after half time
turned after half time,
distributed flat on the
plate
covered
covered
covered
turned after half time,
covered and the
pieces placed from the
centre with the corners
outwards
covered
covered
covered
turned after half time,
covered
Data for
test centres
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Heating of refrigerated food and drink
Type/quantity Remarks/hints: Power Time/min. for
g50W | 750W
Food
1 glass babyfood Heat glass without lid, 5-6 2-2 1-2
(125-250 mi) stir after warming
1 convenience meal Heat in covered container. 9 2-3 3-4
on plate | Place gravy alongside
(350-400 g) separately in cup
1 portion meat Heat breadcrumbed meat 9 1-2 |1'48-2'4
(1509) in uncovered container,
all other meat portions
in covered container
1 portion vegetables Heat in covered container 9 112-22] 2-3
or potatoes or rice
(around 2009, each)
1 cup soup Heal clear soups in uncovered 9 1-1 [11-2
{around 200 cm?) container, thick soups in
covered container
Drinks *
200 mi milk Stir after warming 7-8 9-1 1-14
or babyfood
1 cup/glass water boil Stir in instant coffee or tea 9 1-2 1-112
(around 180 cm?) after around '» minute when
water caeses to boil vigorously
1 cup milk Heat mitk hot enough to drink 9-1 1-17
1 cup coffee 1/2-1 17-1
(reheat)
* Additionally place teaspoon in container
Melting of food
Type/quantity Remarks/hints: Power Time/min. for
1 850 W | 750W
Melting of food
Chocolade/toppings Stir from time to time 6-7 2-3 3-4
{100 9)
Butter (50 g) To heat, set 1 min. longer 6-7 2-1 1-14
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Defrosting
Type/quantity Remarks/hints: Power Time/Min. for | Stand-
| 850W | 750W [ing
time
(min.)
Meat
Whole meat Turn once. Cover 2-3 10-12 | 12-14 | 10-15
‘рег 500 д) fatty lean parts with
aluminium foil after
1st half of defrosting
time
Steaks (per 200 g) Turn once 2-3 3-414 4- 6 5-10
Mixed chopped meat Separate the 2-3 10-12 5- 7 5-10
(500 9) chopped meal pieces
from each other after
1st half of defrosting
time and place the
inside pieces of meat
on the outside
Goulash See chopped meat 2-3 10-12 | 12-14 | 10-15
(500 д)
siblets (Kidneys, heart) Turn once. Cover meat 2-3 8-10 | 10-12 | 10-15
per 500 g) edges with aluminium
foil after ist half of
defrosting time
>oultry
¿Hicken Derring defrosting time 2-3 20-25 | 25-30 | 10-20
armund 1 ka) in oven, turn once.
Caver legs with alumi-
nium foil after 1st half
of delrosting lime
nek (1,5 2 ka) Sen above 2-3 25-35 | 30-40 | 40-60
зате
‘ack and legs of hare During defrosting time 2-3 10-12 | 12-14 | 15-20
‘er anprox, 600 д) in oven, turn once.
Cover rdgos of meat
and/or flat tean parts
with aluminium foil
after 1st half of
defrosting time
ack of roe deer See above 2-3 15-20 | 18-22 130-40
Ack of wild boar
round 1 kg)
Defrosting
Type/quantity Remarks/hints: Power Time/ Power Time/ | Stand
850 W min. 750W min. (ing
<A 850 W Pred | 750W {time
(min.}
Fish
Whole fish Turn once. Possibly 1-2 10-12 2-3 12-14 | 15-2C
(per 500 g) cover fins with *
aluminium foil
Shrimps/Crab Stir thoroughly after 1-2 4- 6 2-3 5- 7 |15-2C
(рег 250 д) half defrosting time *
Dairy produce
Cottage cheese Devide and stir frozen 1-2 18-25 2-3 18-25 | 15-2£
(per 500 g) cottage cheese X
pieces from time
to time
Butter Previously remove 1 3-5 1-2 3- 6 | 15-20
(рег 250 д) aluminium foil
Cheese Only start defrosting 1 3- 4 1-2 3- 4 | 30-60
(рег 250 д) of cheese in
appliance and allow
to defrost in room
Cream Previously remove 1 4- 7 1-2 5- 8 | 15-20
(200 ml) aluminium lid. Stir
occassionally, and
whip together with
small flakes of ice
Fruit
Strawberries, damsons, Allow to defrost in 1-2 8-10 2-3 10-12 } 10-15
cherries, red-currants, covered container. x
apricots, etc. (500 g) During defrosting time
in oven, stir once
Raspberries (250 g) See above 1-2 4- 6 2-3 4- 6 110-15
Xx
Defrosting
Type/quantity Remarks/hints: Power | Time/ | Power | Time/ | Stand-
850 W min. 750 W min. [ing
<T 850 W = 750W [time
(min)
Bread
1 breadrolls Diiring defrosting time 9* 1- 1% 9° 1- 1741 5- 7
in oven, turn once
Wholemeal bread, Defrost individual slices 1-2 15- 115 2-3 1- 2 5- 7
mixed bread, rye bread | in covered container *
рег slice (60-80 д) |
Iread (around 500 q) Cover cutting surface Us 6- 8 2-3 7- 9 10-20
8
Cakes |
dry cakes, e. g. Allow cakes to defrost 1-2 3- 4 2-3 3- 4 5-10
shorterust pastry cakes | uncovered on serviette x
around 300 g) or plate
“ruit flans baked on
aking street
400-450 д)
stice cheesecake or See above 1-2 9-12 2-3 10-12 | 10-15
‘overed apple tart *
around 400 а) See above 12 8-10 2-3 8-10 } 10-15
x
263m and huter-cream | Only start defrosting 1 5- 6 1-2 6- 8 130-60
ayer cakes of cakes in appliance
300-400 a)
: Preheat browning skillet empty 115-2 min,
Jefrosting and heating of frozen convenience foods
ype/quantity Remarks/hints: Power Time/min. for Stand-
7 850W | 750W ling
time
(min.)
portion meat with gravy Turn from time to time 8-9 3-5 4- 5 3-5
1509)
portion meat with Stir food once before 8-9 8-15 | 10-15 | 3-5
egetables, garnish serving
350-4509)
lizza, ready topped Place pizza on 9* 3- 5 6- 8 3-5
300g)
browning skillet
* Preheat browning skillet empty 14-2 min.
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Roasting of meat, poultry and game
Type/quantity Remarks/hints: Power | Time/min. for
7 850 W | 750V
Beef
Roast beel/roast fillet Use browning skillet. Turn 9 4- 6 7-1¢
medium (per 500 g) after roasting has started
Fillet steaks See above 9 2- 4 3- €
4 pieces (150-200 g)
Pork
Neck of pork Turn after 1st setting 1. 9 6- 8j 8-1C
Shoulder of pork 2. 6-7 | 25-30 1 25-30
(per 750 g)
Cutlet See above 1. 9 5- 6 6- |
A 2. 6-7 12-14 | 12-14
Chops Roast in uncovered container 9 15-18 | 16-2C
(5009)
Veal/mutton
Leg of veal/lamp Use browning skillet, 1. 9 4- 5 5- €
(рег 500 д) turn from time to time 2. 5 10-15 | 10-15
Giblets
Kidneys (per 500 g) Cook in uncovered container 1. 9 3- 4 5- 6
2. 5-6 8-10 | 10-1:
Liver (per 500 g) Use browning skillet, 1. 9 2- 3 3- 4
turn from time to time 2. 3 1- ? 2- 3
Poultry
Roast chicken parts Use browning skillet. 9 6- 8 8-10
(per 500 q) Turn once
Boiled chicken Cook in covered container 9 10-12 | 12-14
(1000 g) without liquid
4
Game
Back of roe deer Cook in uncovered container 1. 9 2- 3 3- 4
Back of wild boar 2. 6-7 10-12 | 10-12
(рег 500 д)
Back of hare Use browning skillet 1. 9 3- 4 4- 5
{per 600 g) 2. 5-6 8-10 | 8-10
A
Cooking fish
Type/quantity Remarks/hints: Power Time/min. for
1 850 W | 750W.
Fish fillets Cover during cooking 9 7- 9 B-10
{pro 500 g)
Whole fish Cover during cooking: 1 9 4- 5 6- 7
{1000 g) cover flat parts with 2. 5-6 8-10 8-10
aluminium foil
Cooking of vegetables and potatoes
Type Quantity | Liquid { Remarks/hints: * Power Time/min. for
addition =] 850W | 750W
Aubergines 2509 none | Cutinto thick slices 9 4- 5 5- 7
or pieces
Cauliflower 500 g al Top with butter 9 8-10 8-12
Fresh beans 250g Tal Break or cut into 1. 9 4- 7 5- 8
pieces 2. 5 5-10 5-10
Frozen broccoli 300 g 78 | Stalks facing 9 10-12 | 10-15
outwards
Mushrooms 2509 попе Cut into slices 9 4- 5 5- 6
rresh peas 250 9 Val 1. 9 3- 4 4- 5
. 5 5-10 5-10
-rozen fresh peas 300g | '*2cup 9 7- 9 8-10
and carrots
-ennel 250g Vel Halve or cut into 1. 9 3- 5 4- 6
pieces 2. 5 8-10 8-10
Jucumbers 2509 none | Peal and cut into 9 5- 7 6- 8
pieces
arrots 250g | cup | Cut into cubes 9 8-10 | 10-12
or slices
’otatoes 250g 2-3 9 4- 5 4- 6
teasp.
* Hale hinte in eperatina instractions!
Cooking of vegetables
Type Quantity | Liquid | Remarks/hints: * Power Time/min. for
addition a 850W | 750W
Kohtrabi 250g | '2cup | Cutinto spikes 9 7- 8 8-9
or slices
Red/green 250g none | Cut into strips 9 5- 6 6- 7
peppers or pieces
Leeks 250g | сир | Cutinto rings 9 5- 6 6- 7
or pieces
Frozen Brussels 300 д | '*cup 9 7- 9 8-10
sprouts
Red cabbage 500g Vel Cut into strips 1. 9 5- 7 6- 8
2..5 15-20 | 15-20
Sauerkraut 250g | сир 9 8-12 | 10-14
Fresh asparagus 500g a Tips facing inwards 1. 9 10-12 | 12-15
2. 5 10-15 | 10-15
Frozen asparagus 500g Val 1. 9 15-18 | 17-20
2. 5 8-10 8-10
Fresh spinach 2509 — Whole leaves 9 4- 6 5- 7
dripping wet
Frozen spinach 300 а - 1. 9 4- 5 5- 6
2. 5 8-10 8-10
Tomatoes 250g - Whole 9 2- 3 3- 4
Savoy cabage 500g al In strips 1. 9 5- 7 6- 8
2. 5 10-15 | 10-15
Courgettes 250g — In thick slices 9 5- 6 6- 7
Onions 2509 - In pieces or rings 9 5- 7 6- 8
* Note hints in operating instructions!
MCECSE00 01/92 GB-UK
Electrical connection
WARNING - THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED
Voltage and current
Please ensure that the voltage and current indicated on the rating
plate agree with the voltage of your electricity supply. 220/240
volts — (i. e. 220/240 V a. c.)
Please note! (for users in the U. K.). If your appliance has been
equipped with a mains lead with a mouided-on type plug, you
must comply with the following regulations:
The plug moulded on to the lead incorporates a fuse. For replace-
ment, use a 13 amp BS1362 fuse. Only ASTA approved or certi-
fied fuses should be used. If the fuse cover/carrier is lost, a re-
placement cover/carrier must be obtained from an electrical
goods retailer. If the Socket outlets in your home are not suitable
for the plug fitted to the appliance, then the plug must be cut oft
and destroyed for safety reasons, and an appropriate plug fitted.
When fitting the plug please note the following points:
Important
The wires in the mains lead are coloured in accordance with the
following code:
Green and yellow Earth
Blue Neutral
Brown Live
Some appliances have a twin core mains lead, when no earth is
required.
As the colours of wires in the mains lead of this appliance may not
correspond with the coloured markings identifying the terminals
in your plug proceed as follows:
1. The wire which is coloured green and yellow must be connect-
ed to the Earth terminal in your plug, which is marked with the
letter E or by the earth symbol 3) or coloured green, or green
and yellow.
9. The wire which is coloured brown must be connected to the
Live terminal which is marked with the letter L or coloured red.
3. The wire which is coloured blue must be connected to the
Neutral terminal which is marked with the letter N or coloured
black.
When wiring the plug ensure that all strands of wire are securely
retained in each terminal. Do not forget to tighten the mains lead
clamp on the plug. This appliance meets the radio interference
suppression requirements of EC Directive 82/499 EC and the
standards concerning the effects of electrical appliances on
power systems EN 60 555 Parts 1-3/DIN VDE 0838 Parts 1-3
June 1987.
Voltage 220/240 V AC
Fuse rating 13 amps
See rating plate for further information.
AEG Hausgerate GmbH
Postfach 1036
D-90327 Nurnberg
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H260 222 437
AEG Domestic Appliances Ltd
Customer Care Department
55-77 High Street
Slough
Berkshire SL1 1DZ
Telephone: 08705 350350
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