Bosch | CMG633BB1 | Instruction manual | User`s Manual

Compact oven with microwave function
CMG633B.1
[en] Instruction manual
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Table of contents
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8 Intended use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
( Important safety information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Q Basic settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
General information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Microwave . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Changing the basic settings
List of basic settings. . . . . . .
Power cut . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Changing the time . . . . . . . .
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] Causes of damage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
D Cleaning agent . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
General information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Microwave . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Suitable cleaning agents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21
Keeping the appliance clean . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22
7 Environmental protection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
p Rails. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Saving energy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Environmentally-friendly disposal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
* Getting to know your appliance . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Control panel . . . . . . .
Controls . . . . . . . . . . .
Display . . . . . . . . . . . .
Operating modes . . . .
Types of heating. . . . .
Microwave . . . . . . . . .
Further information . . .
Cooking compartment
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_ Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Accessories included . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Inserting accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Optional accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
K Before using for the first time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Initial use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Cleaning the cooking compartment and accessories 13
1 Operating the appliance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Switching the appliance on and off . . . . . . .
Starting the operation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting the type of heating and temperature
Rapid heating. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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O Time-setting options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Setting the cooking time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Setting the end time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Setting the timer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
^ Microwave . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Cookware. . . . . . . . . . . . .
Microwave power settings
Setting the microwave . . .
Setting MicroCombi . . . . .
Drying. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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A Childproof lock. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Activating and deactivating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Detaching and refitting the rails . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22
q Appliance door . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Removing the door cover . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24
Removing and fitting the door panels. . . . . . . . . . . . .24
3 Trouble shooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Rectifying faults yourself . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26
Maximum operating time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26
Cooking compartment bulbs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26
4 Customer service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
E number and FD number . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27
P Dishes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Information about the programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27
Cooking a dish with AutoPilot. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27
J Tested for you in our cooking studio . . . . . . . . 28
Silicone moulds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cakes and small baked items . . . .
Bread and rolls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Pizza, quiche and savoury cakes . .
Bakes and soufflés . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Poultry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Meat . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Fish. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Vegetables and side dishes . . . . . .
Dessert . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Save energy with Eco heating type.
Acrylamide in foodstuffs . . . . . . . . .
Drying . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Preserving . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Defrosting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Heating food in a microwave . . . . .
Test dishes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Produktinfo
Additional information on products, accessories,
replacement parts and services can be found at
www.bosch-home.com and in the online shop
www.bosch-eshop.com
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Intended use
8Intended use
Read these instructions carefully. Only then
will you be able to operate your appliance
safely and correctly. Retain the instruction
manual and installation instructions for future
use or for subsequent owners.
This appliance is only intended to be fully fitted
in a kitchen. Observe the special installation
instructions.
Check the appliance for damage after
unpacking it. Do not connect the appliance if it
has been damaged in transport.
Only a licensed professional may connect
appliances without plugs. Damage caused by
incorrect connection is not covered under
warranty.
This appliance is intended for domestic use
only. The appliance must only be used for the
preparation of food and drink. The appliance
must be supervised during operation. Only
use this appliance indoors.
This appliance is intended for use up to a
maximum height of 2000 metres above sea
level.
This appliance may be used by children over
the age of 8 years old and by persons with
reduced physical, sensory or mental
capabilities or by persons with a lack of
experience or knowledge if they are
supervised or are instructed by a person
responsible for their safety how to use the
appliance safely and have understood the
associated hazards.
Children must not play with, on, or around the
appliance. Children must not clean the
appliance or carry out general maintenance
unless they are at least 8 years old and are
being supervised.
Keep children below the age of 8 years old at
a safe distance from the appliance and power
cable.
Always slide accessories into the cooking
compartment the right way round.
~ "Accessories" on page 11
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(Important safety
information
General information
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: Warning – Risk of fire!
Combustible items stored in the cooking
compartment may catch fire. Never store
combustible items in the cooking
compartment. Never open the appliance
door if there is smoke inside. Switch off the
appliance and unplug it from the mains or
switch off the circuit breaker in the fuse box.
Risk
fire! is created when the appliance
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A of
draught
door is opened. Greaseproof paper may
come into contact with the heating element
and catch fire. Do not place greaseproof
paper loosely over accessories during
preheating. Always weight down the
greaseproof paper with a dish or a baking
tin. Only cover the surface required with
greaseproof paper. Greaseproof paper
must not protrude over the accessories.
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: Warning – Risk of burns!
The appliance becomes very hot. Never
touch the interior surfaces of the cooking
compartment or the heating elements.
Always allow the appliance to cool down.
Keep children at a safe distance.
Risk
of serious burns!
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Accessories
and ovenware become very
hot. Always use oven gloves to remove
accessories or ovenware from the cooking
compartment.
Risk
of burns!vapours may catch fire in the hot
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Alcoholic
cooking compartment. Never prepare food
containing large quantities of drinks with a
high alcohol content. Only use small
quantities of drinks with a high alcohol
content. Open the appliance door with care.
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: Warning – Risk of scalding!
The accessible parts become hot during
operation. Never touch the hot parts. Keep
children at a safe distance.
Risk
of scalding!
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When
you open the appliance door, hot
steam can escape. Steam may not be
visible, depending on its temperature. When
opening, do not stand too close to the
appliance. Open the appliance door
carefully. Keep children away.
Risk
of scalding!
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Water
in a hot cooking compartment may
create hot steam. Never pour water into the
hot cooking compartment.
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Important safety information
: Warning – Risk of injury!
Scratched glass in the appliance door may
develop into a crack. Do not use a glass
scraper, sharp or abrasive cleaning aids or
detergents.
Risk
of injury!
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The
hinges on the appliance door move
when opening and closing the door, and
you may be trapped. Keep your hands away
from the hinges.
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: Warning – Risk of electric shock!
Incorrect repairs are dangerous. Repairs
may only be carried out and damaged
power cables replaced by one of our
trained after-sales technicians. If the
appliance is defective, unplug the appliance
from the mains or switch off the circuit
breaker in the fuse box. Contact the aftersales service.
Risk
of electric
shock and serious
injury!
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The
cable insulation
on electrical
appliances may melt when touching hot
parts of the appliance. Never bring
electrical appliance cables into contact with
hot parts of the appliance.
Risk
electric
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Doofnot
use shock!
any high-pressure cleaners or
steam cleaners, which can result in an
electric shock.
Risk
electric shock!
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A of
defective
appliance may cause electric
shock. Never switch on a defective
appliance. Unplug the appliance from the
mains or switch off the circuit breaker in the
fuse box. Contact the after-sales service.
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: Warning – Hazard due to magnetism!
Permanent magnets are used in the control
panel or in the control elements. They may
affect electronic implants, e.g. heart
pacemakers or insulin pumps. Wearers of
electronic implants must stay at least 10 cm
away from the control panel.
Microwave
: Warning – Risk of fire!
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Using the appliance for anything other than
its intended purpose is dangerous and may
cause damage.
The following is not permitted: drying out
food or clothing, heating slippers, grain or
cereal pillows, sponges, damp cleaning
cloths or similar.
For example, heated slippers and grain or
cereal pillows may catch fire, even several
hours after they have been heated.The
appliance must only be used for the
preparation of food and drinks.
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Risk
of fire!
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Food
may catch fire. Never heat food in
heat-retaining packages.
Do not leave food heating unattended in
containers made of plastic, paper or other
combustible materials.
Do not select a microwave power or time
setting that is higher than necessary. Follow
the information provided in this instruction
manual.
Never use the microwave to dry food.
Never defrost or heat food with a low water
content, e.g. bread, at too high a microwave
power or for too long.
Risk
of fire! oil may catch fire. Never use the
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Cooking
microwave to heat cooking oil on its own.
: Warning – Risk of explosion!
Liquids and other food may explode when in
containers that have been tightly sealed.
Never heat liquids or other food in containers
that have been tightly sealed.
: Warning – Risk of burns!
Foods with peel or skin may burst or
explode during, or even after, heating.
Never cook eggs in their shells or reheat
hard-boiled eggs. Never cook shellfish or
crustaceans. Always prick the yolk when
baking or poaching eggs. The skin of foods
that have a peel or skin, such as apples,
tomatoes, potatoes and sausages, may
burst. Before heating, prick the peel or skin.
Risk
of burns!
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Heat
is not distributed evenly through baby
food. Never heat baby food in closed
containers. Always remove the lid or teat.
Stir or shake well after the food has been
heated. Check the temperature of the food
before it is given to the child.
Risk
of burns!
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Heated
food gives off heat. The ovenware
may become hot. Always use oven gloves
to remove ovenware or accessories from
the cooking compartment.
Risk
of burns!
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Airtight
packaging may burst when food is
heated. Always observe the instructions on
the packaging. Always use oven gloves to
remove dishes from the cooking
compartment.
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Causes of damage
: Warning – Risk of scalding!
There is a possibility of delayed boiling when a
liquid is heated. This means that the liquid
reaches boiling temperature without the usual
steam bubbles rising to the surface. Even if
the container only vibrates a little, the hot
liquid may suddenly boil over and spatter.
When heating, always place a spoon in the
container. This will prevent delayed boiling.
: Warning – Risk of injury!
Unsuitable ovenware may crack. Porcelain or
ceramic ovenware can have small perforations
in the handles or lids. These perforations
conceal a cavity below. Any moisture that
penetrates this cavity could cause the
ovenware to crack. Only use microwave-safe
ovenware.
: Warning – Risk of electric shock!
The appliance is a high-voltage appliance.
Never remove the casing.
: Warning – Risk of serious damage to
health!
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The surface of the appliance may become
damaged if it is not cleaned properly.
Microwave energy may escape. Clean the
appliance on a regular basis, and remove
any food residue immediately. Always keep
the cooking compartment, door seal, door
and door stop clean.
Risk
of serious damage
health!
■
Microwave
energy to
may
escape if the
cooking compartment door or the door seal
is damaged. Never use the appliance if the
cooking compartment door, the door seal
or the plastic door frame is damaged. Call
the after-sales service.
Risk
of serious damage
health!
■
Microwave
energy to
will
escape from
appliances that do not have any casing.
Never remove the casing. For any
maintenance or repair work, contact the
after-sales service.
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]Causes of damage
General information
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Caution!
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Accessories, foil, greaseproof paper or ovenware on
the cooking compartment floor: do not place
accessories on the cooking compartment floor. Do
not cover the cooking compartment floor with any
sort of foil or greaseproof paper. Do not place
ovenware on the cooking compartment floor if a
temperature of over 50 ºC has been set. This will
cause heat to accumulate. The baking and roasting
times will no longer be correct and the enamel will
be damaged.
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Aluminium foil: Aluminium foil in the cooking
compartment must not come into contact with the
door glass. This could cause permanent
discolouration of the door glass.
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Water in a hot cooking compartment: do not pour
water into the cooking compartment when it is hot.
This will cause steam. The temperature change can
cause damage to the enamel.
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Moisture in the cooking compartment: Over an
extended period of time, moisture in the cooking
compartment may lead to corrosion. Allow the
cooking compartment to dry after use. Do not keep
moist food in the closed cooking compartment for
extended periods of time. Do not store food in the
cooking compartment.
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Cooling with the appliance door open: Following
operation at high temperatures, only allow the
cooking compartment to cool down with the door
closed. Do not trap anything in the appliance door.
Even if the door is only left open a crack, the front of
nearby furniture may become damaged over time.
Only leave the cooking compartment to dry with the
door open if a lot of moisture was produced whilst
the oven was operating.
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Fruit juice: when baking particularly juicy fruit pies,
do not pack the baking tray too generously. Fruit
juice dripping from the baking tray leaves stains that
cannot be removed. If possible, use the deeper
universal pan.
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Extremely dirty seal: If the seal is very dirty, the
appliance door will no longer close properly during
operation. The fronts of adjacent units could be
damaged. Always keep the seal clean.
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Appliance door as a seat, shelf or worktop: Do not
sit on the appliance door, or place or hang anything
on it. Do not place any cookware or accessories on
the appliance door.
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Inserting accessories: depending on the appliance
model, accessories can scratch the door panel
when closing the appliance door. Always insert the
accessories into the cooking compartment as far as
they will go.
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Carrying the appliance: do not carry or hold the
appliance by the door handle. The door handle
cannot support the weight of the appliance and
could break.
Environmental protection
Microwave
Caution!
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Creation of sparks: Metal – e.g. a spoon in a glass –
must be kept at least 2 cm from the cooking
compartment walls and the inside of the door.
Sparks can irreparably damage the glass on the
inside of the door.
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Combining accessories: Do not combine the wire
rack with the universal pan. Sparks may be created if
they are inserted directly on top of one another. Only
insert them into their own shelf level.
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Foil containers: Do not use foil containers in the
appliance. They damage the appliance by producing
sparks.
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Operating the microwave without food: Operating the
appliance without food in the cooking compartment
may lead to overloading. Never switch on the
microwave unless there is food inside. The short
crockery test is the exception to this rule.
~ "Microwave" on page 17
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7Environmental protection
Your new appliance is particularly energy-efficient. Here
you can find tips on how to save even more energy
when using the appliance, and how to dispose of your
appliance properly.
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Saving energy
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Only preheat the appliance if this is specified in the
recipe or in the tables in the operating instructions.
Use dark, black lacquered or enamelled baking tins.
They absorb heat particularly well.
Open the appliance door as infrequently as possible
during operation.
It is best to bake several cakes one after the other.
The cooking compartment is still warm. This reduces
the baking time for the second cake. You can place
two cake tins next to each other in the cooking
compartment.
For longer cooking times, you can switch the
appliance off 10 minutes before the end of the
cooking time and use the residual heat to finish
cooking.
Environmentally-friendly disposal
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Microwave popcorn: Never set the microwave output
too high. Use a maximum microwave output of 600
watts. Always place the popcorn bag on a glass
plate. The door panels may jump if overloaded.
Dispose of packaging in an environmentally-friendly
manner.
This appliance is labelled in accordance with
European Directive 2012/19/EU concerning
used electrical and electronic appliances
(waste electrical and electronic equipment WEEE). The guideline determines the
framework for the return and recycling of used
appliances as applicable throughout the EU.
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Getting to know your appliance
Control panel
*Getting to know your
appliance
In the control panel, you can use the various buttons,
touch fields and the rotary selector to set the different
appliance functions. The current settings are shown on
the display.
The overview shows the control panel when the
appliance is switched on with a selected heating type.
In this chapter, we will explain the displays and controls.
You will also find out about the various functions of your
appliance.
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Note: Depending on the appliance model, individual
details and colours may differ.
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( Buttons
The buttons on the left- and right-hand side of the
control panel have a pressure point. Press these
buttons to activate them.
For appliances that do not have a stainless steel
front, these two button touch fields do not have a
pressure point.
0 Touch fields
There are sensors under the touch fields. Simply
touch the respective symbol to select the function.
8 Rotary selector
The rotary selector is fitted so that you can turn it
indefinitely to the left or right. Press it lightly and
move it in the direction required using your finger.
@ Display
You can see the current adjustment values,
options or notes in the display.
Controls
The individual controls are adapted for the various
functions of your appliance. You can set your appliance
simply and directly.
Buttons and touch fields
Here you can find a short explanation of the various
buttons and touch fields.
Symbol
Buttons
ÿ
on/off
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Start/Stop
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Meaning
External touch fields
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Timer
D
Childproof lock
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Information
B
Interior lighting
Internal touch fields
!
Heating types
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Temperature
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AutoCook
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Weight
Ý
s
Þ
Microwave
Time-setting
options
MicroCombi
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Rapid heating
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Switching the appliance on and off
Starting, pausing or cancelling (hold down
for approx. 3 secs) an operation
Selects the timer
Activating and deactivating (hold down for
approx. 4 secs) the childproof lock
Display notes
Hold down (approx. 3 secs) to call up the
basic settings
Switches the interior lighting on and off
Selects the "heating types" operating
mode
Selects the temperature in the cooking
compartment
Selects the operating mode for dishes
with cooking programmes
Selects the weight for the operating mode
for dishes
Selecting the Microwave operating mode
Select time-setting options
Selecting the MicroCombi operating
mode
Starts or cancels Rapid heating for the
cooking compartment
The touch field, which has a value on the display that
can be changed or displayed in the foreground, lights
up red.
Getting to know your appliance
Rotary selector
You can use the rotary selector to change the
adjustment values shown on the display.
In most selection lists, such as the temperature, you
have to turn the rotary selector back the other way if
you reach the minimum or maximum value. However,
for the heating types for example, the first selection
follows the last.
Temperature display
After the operation has started, the current cooking
compartment temperature is displayed graphically on
the display.
Heating line
Display
The display is structured so that the information can be
read at a glance in any situation.
The value that you can currently set is highlighted. It is
displayed in white lettering and underlined in white. The
value in the background is displayed in grey text.
Highlighted infor- The highlighted value can be changed immedimation
ately without first being selected.
After starting an operation, either the temperature
or level remains highlighted. The white line also
serves as the heating line and gradually turns red.
Note: When using the Microwave operating
mode, the cooking time is highlighted. The heating
line does not appear.
Enlargement
As long as you use the rotary selector to change
the highlighted value, only this value will be displayed larger.
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The display ring can be found around the outside of the
display.
If you change a value, the display ring shows you where
you are in the selection list. Depending on the settings
area and length of the selection list, the display ring
may be continuous or divided into segments.
During operation, the display ring turns red at secondlong intervals. After every full minute, the segments turn
red again from the beginning. As the cooking time
counts down, one segment disappears every second.
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Residual heat
indicator
The white line under the temperature turns red from
left to right as the cooking compartment heats up.
When you are preheating the appliance, the optimal
time to place the food in the cooking compartment
is when the line has completely turned red.
For set levels, e.g. the grill setting, the heating line
turns red immediately.
When the appliance is switched off, the display ring
shows the residual heat in the cooking compartment. As the residual heat cools down, the display
ring becomes darker and disappears completely at
some point.
Note: Due to thermal inertia, the temperature displayed
may be slightly different to the actual temperature inside
the oven.
Operating modes
Your appliance has various operating modes which
make your appliance easier to use.
You can find more precise descriptions of these in the
corresponding sections.
Operating mode
Heating types
~ "Operating the appliance"
on page 14
AutoCook
~ "Dishes" on page 27
Use
There are various finely tuned heating
types for the optimal preparation of
your food.
There are preprogrammed setting values which are suitable for many
dishes.
Microwave
You can use the microwave to cook,
~ "Microwave" on page 17 heat up or defrost your dishes more
quickly.
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Getting to know your appliance
Types of heating
To enable you to find the correct type of heating for
your dish, we have explained the differences and
scopes of application here.
The symbols for each type of heating help you to
remember them.
Heating type
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30-275 °C
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30-275 °C
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Grill settings:
1 = low
2 = medium
3 = high
Grill settings:
1 = low
2 = medium
3 = high
30-70 °C
Dry
150 °C
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When cooking at very high temperatures, the appliance
lowers the temperature slightly after an extended
period.
Use
For baking and roasting on one or more levels.
The fan distributes heat from the ring heating element in the back panel evenly
around the cooking compartment.
For energy-optimised cooking of selected dishes on one level without preheating.
The fan distributes the energy-optimised heat from the ring heating element in the
back wall evenly around the cooking compartment.
For roasting poultry, whole fish and larger pieces of meat.
The grill element and the fan switch on and off alternately. The fan circulates the
hot air around the food.
For grilling flat items for grilling, such as steaks and sausages, for making toast,
and for cooking au gratin.
The whole area below the grill element becomes hot.
For grilling small amounts of steaks or sausages, for making toast, and for cooking au gratin.
The centre area under the grill heating element becomes hot.
For preheating ovenware.
Dry the cooking compartment after using the microwave to ensure that no moisture remains.
Default values
For each heating type, the appliance specifies a default
temperature or level. You can accept this value or
change it in the appropriate area.
Microwave
To ensure that you always use the correct microwave
power setting, we have provided a general overview of
what the different power settings can be used for below.
Microwave power setting
90 watts
180 watts
360 watts
600 watts
1000 watts
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Maximum cooking time
1 hour 30 mins
1 hour 30 mins
1 hour 30 mins
1 hour 30 mins
30 minutes
MicroCombi
Various types of heating can be combined with the
Microwave operating mode. The appliance heats up
and the microwave is switched on at the same time. As
a result, the food is ready in a much shorter time.
Microwave power settings between 90 and 360 watts
are suitable for this.
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Use
For defrosting delicate foods.
For defrosting and continued cooking.
For cooking meat and for heating delicate foods.
For heating and cooking food.
For heating liquids.
Accessories
Further information
In most cases, the appliance provides notes and further
information on the action just carried out.
Touch the ° field. The note is shown in the display for a
few seconds. Use the rotary selector to scroll to the end
of longer notes.
Some notes are displayed automatically, for example as
confirmation, or to provide an instruction or warning.
Cooking compartment functions
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Your appliance is accompanied by a range of
accessories. Here, you can find an overview of the
accessories included and information on how to use
them correctly.
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Accessories included
Your appliance is equipped with the following
accessories:
The functions in the cooking compartment make your
appliance easier to use. This, for example, enables the
cooking compartment to be well lit and a cooling fan to
prevent the appliance from overheating.
Wire rack
For ovenware, cake tins and ovenproof
dishes.
For roasts and grilled food.
The wire rack is suitable for use in the
microwave.
Universal pan
For moist cakes, pastries, frozen meals
and large roasts.
It can be used to catch dripping fat when
you are grilling directly on the wire rack.
Opening the appliance door
If you open the appliance door during an operation, the
operation is paused. The operation continues to run
when you close the door.
Note: When using the Microwave operating mode, you
must touch the l Start/Stop button once the door has
been closed to resume the operation. You can change
the basic setting for this. ~ "Basic settings"
on page 20
Interior lighting
When you open the appliance door, the interior lighting
switches on. If the door remains open for longer than
around 15 minutes, the lighting switches off again.
For most operating modes, the interior lighting switches
on as soon as the operation is started. When the
operation has finished, the lighting switches off.
Note: You can set the interior lighting not to come on
during the operation in the basic settings. ~ "Basic
settings" on page 20
Cooling fan
The cooling fan switches on and off as required. The
hot air escapes above the door.
Caution!
Do not cover the ventilation slots. Otherwise, the
appliance may overheat.
So that the cooking compartment cools down more
quickly after the operation, the cooling fan continues to
run for a certain period afterwards.
Note: You can change how long the cooling fan
continues to run in the basic settings. ~ "Basic
settings" on page 20
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Only use original accessories. They are specially
adapted for your appliance.
You can buy accessories from the after-sales service,
from specialist retailers or online.
Note: The accessories may deform when they become
hot. This does not affect their function. Once they have
cooled down again, they regain their original shape.
Inserting accessories
The cooking compartment has three shelf positions.
The shelf positions are counted from the bottom up.
When using positions 1, 2 and 3, always insert the
accessory between the two guide rods for a shelf
position.
Notes
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Ensure that you always insert the accessories into
the cooking compartment the right way round.
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Always insert the accessories fully into the cooking
compartment so that they do not touch the appliance
door.
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Accessories
Locking function
The accessories can be pulled out approximately
halfway until they lock in place. The locking function
prevents the accessories from tilting when they are
pulled out. The accessories must be inserted into the
cooking compartment correctly for the tilt protection to
work properly.
When inserting the wire rack, ensure that the catch
tappet ‚ is at the rear and is facing downwards. The
lettering "microwave" must be at the front and the outer
rail must face downwards ¾.
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When inserting baking trays, ensure that the catch
tappet ‚ is at the rear and is facing downwards. The
sloping edge of the accessory ƒ must be facing
forwards towards the appliance door.
Example in the picture: Universal pan
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Optional accessories
You can buy optional accessories from the after-sales
service, from specialist retailers or online. *You will find
a comprehensive range of products for your appliance
in our brochures and online.
Both availability and whether it is possible to order
online differ between countries. Please see your sales
brochures for more details.
When purchasing, please always quote the exact order
number of the optional accessory.
Note: Not all optional accessories are suitable for every
appliance. When purchasing, please always quote the
exact identification number (E-no.) of your appliance.
~ "Customer service" on page 27
Special accessories
Wire rack
For ovenware, cake tins and ovenproof dishes,
and for roasts and grilled food.
Universal pan
For moist cakes, pastries, frozen meals and large
roasts.
It can be used to catch dripping fat when you are
grilling directly on the wire rack.
Baking tray
For tray bakes and small baked products.
Wire insert
For meat, poultry and fish.
For inserting into the universal pan to catch dripping fat and meat juices.
Universal pan, non-stick
For moist cakes, pastries, frozen meals and large
roasts.
Pastries and roasts can be removed more easily
from the universal pan.
Baking tray, non-stick
For tray bakes and small baked products.
The pastries can be removed more easily from the
baking tray.
Profi pan
For preparing large quantities.
Lid for the Profi pan
The lid turns the Profi pan into a Profi roasting
dish.
Pizza tray
For pizzas and large round cakes.
Grill tray
Use for grilling in place of the wire rack or as a
splatter guard.Only use in the universal pan.
Bread-baking stone
For home-made bread, bread rolls and pizzas that
require a crispy base.
The baking stone must be preheated to the recommended temperature.
Glass roasting dish (5.1 litres)
For stews and bakes.
Particularly suitable for the "Meals" operating
mode.
Glass tray
For large roasts, moist cakes and bakes.
Glass tray
For bakes, vegetable dishes and baked goods.
Decorative trims
For concealing the lower shelf of the unit and the
base of the appliance.
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Order number
HEZ634080
HEZ632070
HEZ631070
HEZ324000
HEZ632010
HEZ631010
HEZ633070
HEZ633001
HEZ617000
HEZ625071
HEZ327000
HEZ915001
HEZ864000
HEZ636000
HEZ660060
Before using for the first time
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time
Switch off the appliance after the indicated cooking time
using the ÿ On/Off button.
After the cooking compartment has cooled down, clean
the smooth surfaces with soapy water and a dish cloth.
Before you can use your new appliance, you must
make some settings. You must also clean the cooking
compartment and accessories.
Cleaning the accessories
Clean the accessories thoroughly using soapy water
and a dish cloth or soft brush.
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Initial use
After connecting the appliance to the power or following
a power cut, the settings for initial use are shown on the
display. It may take a few seconds for the instruction to
appear.
Note: You can change these settings at any time in the
basic settings. ~ "Basic settings" on page 20
Selecting the language
The language is the first setting displayed. "German" is
the preset language.
1. Turn the rotary selector to set the required language.
2. Press the s field to confirm.
The next setting appears.
Setting the time
The time starts at "12:00".
1. Set the time using the rotary selector.
2. Press the sfield to confirm.
A note appears on the display confirming that the initial
use has been completed. The current time is displayed.
Cleaning the cooking compartment and
accessories
Before using the appliance to prepare food for the first
time, you must clean the cooking compartment and
accessories.
Cleaning the cooking compartment
To remove the new-appliance smell, heat up the
cooking compartment when empty and with the oven
door closed.
Ensure that the cooking compartment does not contain
any leftover packaging, such as polystyrene pellets.
Before heating up the appliance, wipe the smooth
surfaces in the cooking compartment with a soft, wet
cloth. Keep the kitchen ventilated while the appliance is
heating up.
Adjust the settings indicated. You can find out how to
set the heating type and the temperature in the next
section. ~ "Operating the appliance" on page 14
Settings
Heating type
Temperature
Cooking time
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240 °C
1 hour
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Operating the appliance
1Operating the appliance
You have already learnt about the controls and how
they work. Now we will explain how to set your
appliance. You will learn about what happens when you
switch the appliance on and off, and how to select the
operating mode.
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Setting the type of heating and temperature
Touch the ! field to select the types of heating. The
symbol lights up red and the first type of heating
appears in the display with a default temperature.
Example in the picture: 7 Hot air grilling at 195 °C.
1. Turn the rotary selector to set the type of heating.
Switching the appliance on and off
Before you are able to set the appliance, you must
switch it on.
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when the appliance is switched off. Certain displays and
notes, such as those relating to the residual heat in the
cooking compartment, remain visible on the display
after the appliance has been switched off.
Switch off your appliance when you do not need to use
it. If no settings are applied for a long time, the
appliance switches itself off automatically.
2. Touch the } field.
The temperature is highlighted in white in the
display.
3. Turn the rotary selector to set the temperature.
Switching on the appliance
Press the ÿ On/Off button to switch on the appliance.
All touch fields light up red. The Bosch logo appears on
the display, and then the first heating type in the
selection list.
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operating mode should appear after the appliance is
switched on. ~ "Basic settings" on page 20
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Switching off the appliance
Press the ÿ On/Off button to switch off the appliance.
Any functions that may be running are cancelled.
The time, or if applicable, the residual heat indicator,
appears on the display.
Note: In the basic settings, you can set whether the
clock should be displayed when the appliance is
switched off. ~ "Basic settings" on page 20
Starting the operation
You must press the l Start/Stop button to start each
operation.
After starting the appliance, the time display is shown
on the display along with the settings. The display ring
and the heating line also appear.
Pausing the operation
You can also interrupt and then continue an operation
using the l Start/Stop button.
If you press and hold the l Start/Stop button for
approx. 3 seconds, the operation is cancelled and all
settings are reset.
Note: The fan may continue to run after an operation
has been paused or cancelled.
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The time in the display shows how long the
operation has already been running.
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When your dish is ready, use the ÿ On/Off button to
switch off the appliance.
Note: You can set both a cooking time and an end time
for the operation on the appliance. ~ Page 15
Time-setting options
Changing
After starting the appliance, the temperature is
highlighted. When you move the rotary selector, the
temperature is changed and applied immediately.
To change the type of heating, first press the l Start/
Stop button to interrupt the operation and then touch
the ! field. The first type of heating appears with the
corresponding default temperature. Use the rotary
selector to change the type of heating.
Note: When you change the type of heating, the other
settings are also reset.
Rapid heating
With Rapid heating, you can shorten the heat-up time.
Heating type suitable for Rapid heating is:
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To ensure an even cooking result, do not place your
food in the cooking compartment until Rapid heating is
complete.
Adjusting settings
Ensure you have selected a suitable heating type and
set a temperature of at least 100 °C. Otherwise, Rapid
heating cannot be activated.
1. Set the heating type and temperature.
2. Touch the F field.
The symbol lights up red. A confirmation note appears
on the display.
When Rapid heating comes to an end, an audible
signal sounds and a note appears on the display. The
symbol is no longer lit up. Place your dish in the
cooking compartment.
Note: The "cooking time" time-setting option starts at
the same time as Rapid heating. Therefore, only set a
cooking time when Rapid heating has come to an end.
Cancelling
To cancel Rapid heating, touch theF field again. The
symbol is no longer lit up.
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Your appliance has different time-setting options.
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q Cooking time After the set cooking time has elapsed, the
appliance ends the operation automatically.
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Enter a cooking time and the required end
time. The appliance starts automatically so
that the operation ends at the required time.
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Timer
The timer functions like an egg timer. It runs
independently from the operation and the
other time-setting options. After the set time
has elapsed, the appliance does not switch on
or off automatically.
You can call up the cooking time and the end time after
setting a operation using the s field. The timer has a
separate t field and can be adjusted at any time.
A signal sounds after a cooking time or timed period
has elapsed. You can cancel the signal early by
touching the s field.
Note: You can change how long the signal sounds for
in the basic settings. ~ "Basic settings" on page 20
Setting the cooking time
You can set the cooking time for your dish on the
appliance. This means that the cooking time is not
unintentionally exceeded and you do not need to
interrupt other work in order to end the operation.
Setting
Depending on which direction you turn the rotary
selector first, the cooking time starts at a particular
default value: Left = 10 minutes, right = 30 minutes.
The cooking time can be set in one-minute increments
up to one hour, and then in five-minute increments.
The maximum time that can be set is 23 hours and 59
minutes.
Example in the picture: Cooking time of 45 minutes.
1. Set the operating mode and temperature or level.
2. Touch the s field before starting.
The cooking time is highlighted in white in the
display.
3. Turn the rotary selector to set the cooking time.
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The value is applied after a few seconds, or you can
touch the s field twice. The cooking time is shown
in the display under the operating mode and
temperature or level.
4. Press the l Start/Stop button to start.
The cooking time counts down in the display.
3. Before starting, touch the s field once again.
The end time is highlighted in white in the display.
4. Turn the rotary selector to set a later end time.
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The appliance begins to heat up.
Once the cooking time has elapsed, an audible signal
sounds. The appliance stops heating up. The cooking
time 00 m 00 s is shown in the display.
You can use the s field to set another cooking time, or
use the l Start/Stop button to continue the operation
without a cooking time.
When your dish is ready, use the ÿ On/Off button to
switch off the appliance.
Changing and cancelling
To change the cooking time, touch the s field. The
cooking time is highlighted white and can be changed
using the rotary selector. Use the s field to accept the
change.
If you want to cancel the cooking time, reset the
cooking time to zero. After the change has been
applied, you can continue the operation without a
cooking time using the l Start/Stop button.
Setting the end time
You can delay the time that the cooking time ends. You
can, for example, put your dish in the cooking
compartment in the morning and set the cooking time
so that it is ready at lunch time.
Notes
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Ensure that food is not left in the cooking
compartment for too long as it may spoil.
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Do not adjust the end time once the operation has
started. The cooking result would no longer be
satisfactory.
Setting
The end of the cooking time can be delayed by a
maximum of 23 hours and 59 minutes.
Example in the picture: The set cooking time is 45
minutes and you want the dish to be ready at 12.00
p.m.
1. Set the operating mode and temperature or level.
2. Set the cooking time.
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The value is applied after a few seconds, or you can
touch the s field again. The end time is shown in
the display under the operating mode and
temperature or level.
5. Press the l Start/Stop button to start.
The time at which the appliance will start is shown in
the display.
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The appliance is in standby mode. When the appliance
starts, the cooking time counts down in the display.
Once the cooking time has elapsed, an audible signal
sounds. The appliance stops heating up. The cooking
time 00 m 00 s is shown in the display.
You can use the s field to set another cooking time, or
use the l Start/Stop button to continue the operation
without a cooking time.
When your dish is ready, use the ÿ On/Off button to
switch off the appliance.
Changing and cancelling
To change the end time, interrupt the operation using
the l Start/Stop button and then touch the s field
twice. The end time is highlighted white and can be
changed using the rotary selector. Continue the
operation using the l Start/Stop button.
If you want to cancel the end time, reset the end time to
zero. You can start the set cooking time immediately
using thel Start/Stop button.
Note: The end time can only be changed if the cooking
time has not elapsed. Otherwise the cooking result
would no longer be satisfactory.
Microwave
Setting the timer
The timer runs alongside other settings. You can set it
at any time, even if the appliance is switched off. It has
its own audible signal so that you can tell whether it is
the timer or a cooking time which has elapsed.
Adjusting settings
The timer duration always starts at zero minutes.
The higher the value, the greater the time steps when
setting the timer.
The maximum setting is 24 hours.
1. Touch the t field.
The symbol lights up red. On the display, the timer
duration is shown in white and in focus.
2. Set the timer duration using the rotary selector.
3. Press the t field to start.
Note: After a few seconds, the timer also starts
automatically.
The timer duration counts down.
The timer remains visible on the display if the appliance
is switched off. When an operation is running, the
settings for this operation are shown in the foreground.
When you touch the t field, the timer duration is
displayed for a few seconds.
When the timer duration comes to an end, an audible
signal sounds and a note appears on the display. The
symbol is no longer lit up.
Tip: If the set timer duration relates to the appliance
operation, use the cooking time. The time is visible in
the foreground and the appliance switches off
automatically.
Changing and cancelling
To change the timer duration, touch the t field. The
timer duration is displayed in white and in focus, and
can be changed by using the rotary selector.
If you want to cancel the timer, reset the timer duration
to zero. Once the change has been applied, the symbol
is no longer lit up.
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You can use the microwave to cook, heat up or defrost
food quickly. The microwave can be used on its own, or
in combination with a type of heating.
To ensure optimum use of the microwave, please
observe the notes on cookware and familiarise yourself
with the data in the application tables at the end of the
instruction manual.
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Cookware
Not all cookware is suitable for microwaves. To ensure
that your food is heated and the appliance is not
damaged, only use cookware that is suitable for
microwaves.
Heat-resistant cookware made of glass, glass ceramic,
porcelain or heat-resistant plastic is suitable. These
materials allow microwaves to pass through. You can
also use ceramic if it has been fully glazed and has no
cracks.
You can also use serving dishes. This saves you having
to transfer food from one dish to another. You should
only use cookware with decorative gold or silver trim if
the manufacturer guarantees that they are suitable for
use in microwaves.
To bake in combined operation, you can use ordinary
metal baking tins. This means that the cake is also
browned from below.
Metal dishes are not suitable for other applications.
Metal does not allow microwaves to pass through. Food
in covered metal containers will remain cold.
Caution!
Creation of sparks: Metal (e.g. a spoon in a glass) must
be kept at least 2 cm from the cooking compartment
walls and the inside of the door. Sparks may irreparably
damage the glass on the inside of the door.
Cookware test
Never switch on the microwave unless there is food
inside. The short cookware test is the only exception to
this rule.
Perform the following test if you are unsure whether
your cookware is suitable for use in the microwave.
1. Heat the empty cookware at maximum power for ½
to 1 minute.
2. Check the temperature of the cookware during this
time.
The cookware should remain cold or warm to the touch.
The cookware is unsuitable if it becomes hot or sparks
are generated.
In this case, stop the test.
: Warning – Risk of burns!
The accessible parts become very hot when in
operation. Never touch hot parts. Keep children at a
safe distance.
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Microwave
Microwave power settings
Setting MicroCombi
A variety of microwave power settings that are suitable
for different types of food and food preparation are
available.
In order to operate the microwave, a cooking time must
always be provided. You can either apply the default
cooking time or adjust it in the display.
You can use a type of heating that is also combined
with the microwave operating mode.
Power
setting
90 W
180 W
360 W
600 W
1000 W
Use
Maximum cooking time
For defrosting delicate foods
1 hr 30 mins
For defrosting and continued cooking 1 hr 30 mins
For cooking meat and for heating deli- 1 hr 30 mins
cate foods
For heating and cooking food
1 hr 30 mins
For heating liquids
30 mins
Setting the microwave
Before setting the microwave, observe the information
regarding suitable ovenware.
1. Touch the Ý field.
The microwave power setting is highlighted in white
in the display.
2. Turn the rotary selector to set the microwave power
setting.
3. Touch the s field.
The cooking time is highlighted in white in the
display.
4. Turn the rotary selector to set the cooking time.
5. Press the l Start/Stop button to start.
The cooking time counts down in the display. The
heating line does not appear when using the
microwave operating mode.
The appliance starts.
Once the cooking time has elapsed, an audible signal
sounds. The appliance finishes the operation. The
cooking time 00 m 00 s is shown in the display.
When your dish is ready, use the ÿ On/Off button to
switch off the appliance.
Changing and cancelling
After starting the appliance, the cooking time remains
highlighted. When you move the rotary selector, the
cooking time is changed and applied immediately.
Use the l Start/Stop button to pause the operation and
move the rotary selector to change the microwave
power setting. Use the l Start/Stop button to resume
the operation. The cooking time is maintained.
If you want to cancel the microwave operating mode,
use the l Start/Stop button to pause the operation and
select another operating mode.
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Possible combinations include:
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90 watts + 4D hot air
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90 watts + Hot air grill
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180 watts + Hot air grill
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360 watts + Hot air grill
Before setting MicroCombi, observe the information
regarding suitable ovenware.
1. Touch the Þ field.
The combination is highlighted in white in the
display.
2. Turn the rotary selector to set the required
combination.
3. Touch the } field.
The temperature is highlighted in white in the
display.
4. Turn the rotary selector to set the temperature.
5. Touch the s field.
The cooking time is highlighted in white in the
display.
6. Turn the rotary selector to set the cooking time.
7. Press the l Start/Stop button to start.
The cooking time counts down in the display.
The appliance starts.
Once the cooking time has elapsed, an audible signal
sounds. The appliance finishes the operation. The
cooking time 00 m 00 s is shown in the display.
When your dish is ready, use the ÿ On/Off button to
switch off the appliance.
Changing and cancelling
After starting the appliance, the temperature remains
highlighted. When you move the rotary selector, the
temperature and/or level is changed and applied
immediately.
Change the cooking time by touching the "Cooking
time" text field and turning the rotary selector. The
change is applied immediately.
To change the type of heating or the microwave power
setting, use the l Start/Stop button beforehand to
pause the operation. Touch the text field for the type of
heating or the microwave power setting, and make the
adjustment.
Note: When you change the type of heating or
microwave power setting, the other settings are also
reset.
If you want to cancel the MicroCombi operating mode,
use the l Start/Stop button to pause the operation and
select another operating mode.
Childproof lock
Drying
Dry the cooking compartment after operation to ensure
that no moisture remains.
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AChildproof lock
Your appliance is equipped with a childproof lock so
that children cannot switch it on accidentally or change
any settings.
The control panel is locked and no settings can be
made. The appliance can only be switched off using the
ÿ On/Off button.
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Starting drying
During drying, the cooking compartment is heated up
so that the moisture in the cooking compartment
evaporates. Then open the appliance door so that the
steam escapes.
1. Allow the appliance to cool down.
2. Remove the worst dirt from the cooking
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
compartment immediately and wipe away moisture
from the cooking compartment floor.
If necessary, press the # On/Off button to switch on
the appliance.
Touch the ! field.
The first type of heating appears in the display.
Turn the rotary selector to set the Z Dry type of
heating.
Note: The temperature and duration are preset to
fixed values and cannot be changed.
Press the l Start/Stop button to start.
The drying function starts and ends automatically
after 10 minutes.
Open the appliance door and leave it open for 1 to 2
minutes so that the moisture in the cooking
compartment can escape.
Activating and deactivating
You can activate and deactivate the childproof lock
when the appliance is switched on or off.
In each case, press the D field for approx. 4 seconds.
A confirmation note appears on the display.
The D field lights up red when the appliance is
switched on. The D field does not light up when the
appliance is switched off.
Drying the cooking compartment by hand
1.
2.
3.
4.
Leave the appliance to cool down.
Remove any dirt from the cooking compartment.
Dry the cooking compartment with a soft cloth.
Leave the appliance door open for one hour so that
the cooking compartment dries completely.
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Basic settings
QBasic settings
There are various settings available to you in order to
help use your appliance effectively and simply. You can
change these settings as required.
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Changing the basic settings
The appliance must be switched off.
1. Touch the ° field for approx. 3 seconds.
Notes on the process appear on the display.
2. Press the s field to confirm the notes.
The first setting "language" appears on the display.
3. Turn the rotary selector to change the setting as
required.
4. Touch the s field.
The next setting is shown on the display and can be
changed using the rotary selector.
5. Touch the s field to go through all the settings and
use the rotary selector to make changes as required.
6. When finished, press and hold the ° field for approx.
3 seconds to confirm the settings.
A note is shown on the display to confirm that the
settings have been saved.
Cancelling
If you do not want to save the settings, you can press
the ÿ On/Off button to cancel. A note is shown on the
display to confirm that the settings have not been
saved.
Operation after switching Types of heating*
on
Microwave
MicroCombi
AutoCook
Night-time darkening
Switched off*
Switched on
Brand logo
Display*
Do not display
Fan run-on time
Recommended*
Minimum
Sabbath mode
Switched on
Switched off*
Factory settings
Restore
Do not restore*
* Factory setting (factory settings may vary depending on the appliance model)
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Note: Changes to the language, button tone and
display brightness settings take effect immediately. All
other changes take effect after the settings have been
changed.
Power cut
The changes you make to the settings are saved even
after a power cut.
You only have to reset the settings for the initial use
following a long-term power cut. The appliance can
bridge a short-term power cut.
List of basic settings
Depending on the features of your appliance, not all
basic settings are accessible.
Setting
Language
Clock
Audible signal
Button tone
Display brightness
Clock display
Lighting
Childproof lock
Automatic continue
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Options
Additional languages are possible.
Clock in 24-hour format
Short cooking time (30 sec.)
Medium cooking time (1 min.)*
Long cooking time (5 min.)
Switched on
Switched off* (tone remains for ÿ On/
Off)
Scale with 5 levels
Off
Digital*
Off during operation
On during operation*
Button lock only*
Door lock and button lock
Do not continue automatically*
When closing the door
(Only applicable for the Microwave operating mode)
Changing the time
If you want to change the time, for example from
summer to winter time, you have to change the basic
setting.
The appliance must be switched off.
1. Touch the ° field for approx. 3 seconds.
Notes on the process appear on the display.
2. Press the s field to confirm the notes.
The first setting "language" appears in the display.
3. Touch the s field.
The setting for the clock appears.
4. Turn the rotary selector to change the clock time.
5. Press and hold the ° field for approx. 3 seconds to
confirm the setting.
A note is shown on the display to confirm that the
settings have been saved.
Cleaning agent
DCleaning agent
With good care and cleaning, your appliance will retain
its appearance and remain fully functioning for a long
time to come. We will explain here how you should
correctly care for and clean your appliance.
Door panels
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Door handle
Suitable cleaning agents
To ensure that the different surfaces are not damaged
by using the wrong cleaning agent, observe the
information in the table. Depending on the appliance
model, not all of the areas listed may be on/in your
appliance.
Caution!
Risk of surface damage
Do not use:
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Harsh or abrasive cleaning agents,
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Cleaning agents with a high alcohol content,
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Hard scouring pads or cleaning sponges,
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High-pressure cleaners or steam cleaners,
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Special cleaners for cleaning the appliance while it is
hot.
Wash new sponge cloths thoroughly before use.
Tip: Highly recommended cleaning and care products
can be purchased through the after-sales service.
Observe the respective manufacturer's instructions.
: Warning – Risk of burns!
The appliance becomes very hot. Never touch the
interior surfaces of the cooking compartment or the
heating elements. Always allow the appliance to cool
down. Keep children at a safe distance.
Area
Cleaning
Appliance exterior
Stainless steel
Hot soapy water:
front
Clean with a dish cloth and then dry with a soft
cloth.
Remove flecks of limescale, grease, starch and
albumin (e.g. egg white) immediately. Corrosion
can form under such flecks.
Special stainless steel cleaning products suitable
for hot surfaces are available from our after-sales
service or from specialist retailers. Apply a very
thin layer of the cleaning product with a soft cloth.
Hot soapy water:
Plastic
Clean with a dish cloth and then dry with a soft
cloth.
Do not use glass cleaner or a glass scraper.
Painted surfaces Hot soapy water:
Clean with a dish cloth and then dry with a soft
cloth.
Control panel
Hot soapy water:
Clean with a dish cloth and then dry with a soft
cloth.
Do not use glass cleaner or a glass scraper.
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Hot soapy water:
Clean with a dish cloth and then dry with a soft
cloth.
Do not use a glass scraper or a stainless steel
scouring pad.
Hot soapy water:
Clean with a dish cloth and then dry with a soft
cloth.
If descaler comes into contact with the door handle, wipe it off immediately. Otherwise, any stains
will not be able to be removed.
Appliance exterior
Enamel surfaces Hot soapy water or a vinegar solution:
Clean with a dish cloth and then dry with a soft
cloth.
Soften baked-on food residues with a damp cloth
and soapy water. If there are heavy deposits of
dirt, use a stainless steel scouring pad or oven
cleaner.
Leave the cooking compartment open to dry after
cleaning.
Glass cover for
Hot soapy water:
the interior light- Clean with a dish cloth and then dry with a soft
ing
cloth.
If the cooking compartment is heavily soiled, use
oven cleaner.
Door seal
Hot soapy water:
Clean with a dish cloth.
Do not remove.
Do not scour.
Stainless steel
Stainless steel cleaner:
door cover
Observe the manufacturer's instructions.
Do not use stainless steel care products.
Remove the door cover for cleaning.
Stainless steel
Stainless steel cleaner:
interior door
Observe the manufacturer's instructions.
frame
This can be used to remove discolouration.
Do not use stainless steel care products.
Rails
Hot soapy water:
Soak and clean with a dish cloth or brush.
Pull-out system
Hot soapy water:
Clean with a dish cloth or a brush.
Do not remove the lubricant while the pull-out rails
are pulled out – it is best to clean them when they
are pushed in. Do not clean in the dishwasher.
Accessories
Hot soapy water:
Soak and clean with a dish cloth or brush.
If there are heavy deposits of dirt, use a stainless
steel scouring pad.
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Notes
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Slight differences in colour on the front of the
appliance are caused by the use of different
materials, such as glass, plastic and metal.
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Shadows on the door panels, which look like
streaks, are caused by reflections made by the
interior lighting.
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Enamel is baked on at very high temperatures.This
can cause some slight colour variation. This is
normal and does not affect operation.
The edges of thin trays cannot be completely
enamelled. As a result, these edges can be rough.
This does not impair the anti-corrosion protection.
Keeping the appliance clean
Always keep the appliance clean and remove dirt
immediately so that stubborn deposits of dirt do not
build up.
Tips
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Clean the cooking compartment after each use. This
will ensure that dirt cannot be baked on.
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Always remove flecks of limescale, grease, starch
and albumin (e.g. egg white) immediately.
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Use the universal pan for baking very moist cakes.
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Use suitable ovenware for roasting, e.g. a roasting
dish.
pRails
With good care and cleaning, your appliance will retain
its appearance and remain fully functional for a long
time to come. This will tell you how to remove the
shelves and clean them.
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Detaching and refitting the rails
: Warning – Risk of burns!
The rails become very hot. Never touch the hot rails.
Always allow the appliance to cool down. Keep children
away from the appliance.
Detaching the rails
1. Push the rail to the front and up (fig. !)
2. and detach it (fig. ").
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3. Then swing the entire rail outwards ‚ and detach it
at the rear ƒ (fig. #).
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Clean the rails with cleaning agent and a sponge. For
stubborn deposits of dirt, use a brush.
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Rails
Inserting the holders
If the holders fall out when you remove the rails, these
must be re-inserted.
1. The holders at the front differ from those at the rear
(fig. !).
2. Use the hook to mount the front holder at the top
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1. Hold the rear of the frame at an angle, and mount it
at the top and bottom ‚ (fig. !).
2. Pull the rail forwards (fig. ").
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into the round hole ‚, set it at a slight incline, attach
it at the bottom, and straighten it ƒ (fig. ").
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3. Then fold it forwards and insert it (fig. #)
4. and push it downwards (fig. $).
3. Use the hook to attach the rear holder into the upper
hole ‚ and push it into the lower hole ƒ (fig. #).
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Attaching the rails
When hanging the rails, ensure that the sloping edge is
at the top of the rail.
The rails fit both the left and right sides.
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Appliance door
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qAppliance door
With good care and cleaning, your appliance will retain
its appearance and remain fully functional for a long
time to come. This will tell you how to clean the
appliance door.
Removing and fitting the door panels
To facilitate cleaning, you can remove the glass panels
from the appliance door.
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Removing the door cover
The stainless-steel inlay in the door cover may become
discoloured. To carry out thorough cleaning, you can
remove the cover.
Removing the door panels from the appliance
1. Open the appliance door slightly.
2. Press on the right and left side of the cover (fig. !).
3. Remove the cover (fig. ").
1
2
1. Open the appliance door slightly.
2. Press on the right and left side of the cover (fig. !).
3. Remove the cover (fig. ").
Close the appliance door carefully
1
2
4. Undo and remove the screws on the left and right of
the appliance door (fig. #).
5. Before closing the door again, trap a tea towel that
has been folded several times in the door (fig. $).
Pull out the front panel upwards and lay it on a flat
surface with the door handle facing downwards.
Note: Clean the stainless-steel inlay in the cover with
a stainless-steel cleaning agent. Clean the rest of the
door cover with soapy water and a soft cloth.
4. Open the appliance door again slightly. Put the
cover back in place and press on it until it clicks
audibly into place (fig. #).
6. Push both retainers at the top of the intermediate
panel upwards, but do not remove them (fig. %).
Hold the panel with one hand. Take out the panel.
5. Close the appliance door.
Clean the panels with glass cleaner and a soft cloth.
: Warning – Risk of serious damage to health!
If the screws are loosened, the safety of the appliance
can no longer be guaranteed. Microwave energy may
escape. Never loosen the screws.
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Appliance door
Do not unscrew the four black screws (fig. &).
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5. Press the front panel down until it clicks audibly into
place (fig. %).
6. Open the appliance door again slightly and remove
the tea towel.
7. Screw both screws back in on the left and right.
8. Put the cover back in place and press on it until it
clicks audibly into place (fig. &).
: Warning – Risk of injury!
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Risk of injury!
■
Scratched glass in the appliance door may develop
into a crack. Do not use a glass scraper, sharp or
abrasive cleaning aids or detergents.
The hinges on the appliance door move when
opening and closing the door, and you may be
trapped. Keep your hands away from the hinges.
Fitting the door panels on the appliance
When fitting the intermediate panel, make sure that the
arrow is in the top right of the panel and that it aligns
with the arrow on the metal panel.
9. Close the appliance door.
Caution!
Do not use the cooking compartment again until the
panels have been correctly fitted.
1. Insert the intermediate panel into the retainer at the
bottom and push it in firmly from the top (fig. !).
2. Push both retainers downwards (fig. ").
1
2
3. Insert the front panel downwards into the retainers
(fig. #).
4. Close the front panel until both upper hooks are
opposite the opening (fig. $).
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Trouble shooting
3Trouble shooting
If a fault occurs, there is often a simple explanation.
Before calling the after-sales service, please refer to the
fault table and attempt to correct the fault yourself.
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Fault
The appliance does not work.
"Sprache Deutsch" appears on the
display.
The time does not appear when the
appliance is switched off.
The appliance does not heat up; the
m symbol lights up on the display.
The rotary selector has fallen out of
the support in the control panel.
The rotary selector can no longer be
turned easily.
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You can often easily rectify technical faults on the
appliance yourself.
If a dish does not turn out exactly as you wanted, you
can find many tips and instructions for preparation at
the end of the operating manual. ~ "Tested for you in
our cooking studio" on page 28
Possible cause
Faulty fuse.
Power cut
Power cut
Notes/remedy
Check the circuit breaker in the fuse box.
Check whether the kitchen light or other kitchen appliances are working.
Reset the language and the time.
Basic setting is changed.
Change the basic setting for the clock display.
Demo mode is activated in the Briefly disconnect the appliance from the mains (switch off the circuit breaker
basic settings.
in the fuse box) and then deactivate demo mode in the basic settings within 3
minutes.
The rotary selector has been The rotary selector can be removed. Simply place the rotary selector back in
accidentally disengaged.
its support in the control panel and push it in so that it engages and can be
turned as usual.
There is dirt under the rotary The rotary selector can be removed. To disengage the rotary selector, simply
selector.
remove it from the support. Alternatively, press on the outer edge of the rotary
selector so that it tips and can be picked up easily.
Carefully clean the rotary selector and its support on the appliance using a
cloth and soapy water. Dry with a soft cloth. Do not use any sharp or abrasive
materials. Do not soak or clean in the dishwasher.
Do not remove the rotary selector too often so that the support remains stable.
: Warning – Risk of electric shock!
Incorrect repairs are dangerous. Repairs may only be
carried out and damaged power cables replaced by
one of our trained after-sales technicians. If the
appliance is defective, unplug the appliance from the
mains or switch off the circuit breaker in the fuse box.
Contact the after-sales service.
Error messages on the display
When an error message appears on the display with "D"
or "E", e.g. D0111 or E0111, switch the appliance off
and on again using the ÿ On/Off button.
If it was a one-off error, the display goes out. If the error
message appears again, call the after-sales service and
quote the exact error message.
Maximum operating time
If you do not change the settings on your appliance for
several hours, the appliance stops heating up
automatically. This prevents unwanted continuous
operation.
The respective settings for the operating mode govern
when the maximum operating time is reached.
Maximum operating time reached
A note appears on the display confirming that the
maximum operating time has been reached.
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Rectifying faults yourself
To continue operation, touch any field or turn the rotary
selector.
Switch the appliance off using the ÿ On/Off button if
you do not need to use it.
Tip: Set a cooking time so that the appliance does not
switch off when you do not want it to, e.g. with an
extremely long preparation time. The appliance heats
up until the set cooking time has elapsed.
Cooking compartment bulbs
To light the interior of your cooking compartment, your
appliance has one or more long-life LED bulbs.
However, if ever an LED bulb or the bulb's glass cover
is defective, call the after-sales service. The lamp cover
must not be removed.
Customer service
4Customer service
Our after-sales service is there for you if your appliance
needs to be repaired. We will always find an
appropriate solution, also in order to avoid after-sales
personnel having to make unnecessary visits.
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When calling us, please give the full product number (E
no.) and the production number (FD no.) so that we can
provide you with the correct advice. The rating plate
bearing these numbers can be found when you open
the appliance door.
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With the “AutoCook” operating mode, you can cook a
wide range of dishes. The appliance selects most
settings for you automatically.
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Information about the programs
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To save time, you can make a note of the number of
your appliance and the telephone number of the aftersales service in the space below, should it be required.
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Please note that a visit from an after-sales service
engineer is not free of charge, even during the warranty
period.
Please find the contact data of all countries in the
enclosed customer service list.
To book an engineer visit and product advice
GB
0344 892 8979
Calls charged at local or mobile rate.
IE
01450 2655
0.03 € per minute at peak. Off peak 0.0088 €
per minute.
Rely on the professionalism of the manufacturer. You
can therefore be sure that the repair is carried out by
trained service technicians who carry original spare
parts for your appliances.
The cooking result depends on the quality of the
food and the type of cookware. For an optimal
cooking result, use food that is in good condition
and chilled meat only.
The appliance chooses the optimal heating mode
and the time and temperature setting for you. You
will only be asked to enter the weight. It is not
possible to set weights outside of the intended
weight range.
When roasting dishes for which the appliance will
apply the temperature selection for you,
temperatures of up to 300 °C can be saved.
Therefore, make sure that you use cookware that is
sufficiently heat resistant.
Information is provided, e.g. on cookware, shelf
position or the addition of liquid when cooking meat.
Some food requires turning or stirring, etc., during
cooking. This is shown on the display shortly after
operation starts. An audible signal will remind you at
the right time.
Information on the right kind of cookware to use and
tips and tricks for the preparation can be found at
the end of the instruction manual.
Microwave
For the microwave, the appliance provides you with
programs that allow you to prepare food easily and
quickly. Using the microwave significantly reduces
cooking time – cooking time is virtually cut in half. The
appliance instructs you to use cookware that is suitable
for the microwave. The "Microwave" section provides
information on the type of cookware that is suitable.
~ "Microwave" on page 17
Cooking a dish with AutoPilot
Using the rotary selector, go through all the dishes to
see which dishes are available with AutoPilot.
Weigh your food before placing it in the cooking
compartment in order to be able to set the correct
weight.
The cooking time is calculated depending on the dish
and the weight, and cannot be changed.
1. Touch the % field.
The first dish is highlighted white in the display.
2. Turn the rotary selector to set the required dish.
3. Touch the a field.
The weight is highlighted white in the display.
4. Turn the rotary selector to set the weight of your
dish.
The cooking time is calculated automatically.
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5. Confirm using the l Start/Stop button.
A note appears on accessories and shelf position.
6. Press the l Start/Stop button to start.
The cooking time counts down on the display. The
heating line does not appear for dishes.
The appliance begins to heat up.
Once the cooking time has elapsed, an audible signal
sounds. The appliance stops heating.
When your dish is ready, switch off the appliance using
the ÿ On/Off button.
Continue cooking
After the cooking time has ended, you can leave some
dishes to continue cooking if you are not satisfied with
the cooking result.
A query appears on the display, which asks if you want
to continue cooking. If you want to continue cooking,
press the l Start/Stop button. A cooking time is
suggested, which can be changed. Press the l Start/
Stop button to start.
Note: You can extend the cooking time as often as
required.
When you are satisfied with the cooking result, touch
the % field.
Press the ÿ On/Off button to switch off the appliance.
Setting a later end time
You can set a later end time for some dishes. Before
starting the appliance, touch the s field and set a later
end time using the rotary selector.
The appliance switches to standby after it is started. The
end time can no longer be changed.
Changing and cancelling
After starting the appliance, the settings can no longer
be changed.
If you would like to cancel the operation, switch the
appliance off using the ÿ On/Off button. You can no
longer pause the operation using the l Start/Stop
button.
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cooking studio
Here, you can find a selection of dishes and the ideal
settings for them. We will show you which type of
heating and temperature are best suited to your dish.
You will get information on suitable cooking
accessories and the height at which they should be
placed in the oven. You will also get tips about
cookware and preparation methods.
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Note: A lot of steam can build up in the cooking
compartment when cooking food.
Your appliance is very energy-efficient and radiates very
little heat to its surroundings during operation. Due to
the high difference in temperature between the
appliance interior and the external parts of the
appliance, condensation may build up on the door,
control panel or adjacent kitchen cabinet panels. This is
a normal physical phenomenon. Condensation can be
reduced by preheating the oven or opening the door
carefully.
Silicone moulds
For the best cooking results, we recommend darkcoloured metal baking tins/dishes.
Nevertheless, if you wish to use silicone moulds, follow
the manufacturer's instructions and recipes. Silicone
moulds are often smaller than normal baking tins.
Quantity and recipe specifications may vary.
Cakes and small baked items
Your appliance offers you a range of heating types for
the preparation of cakes and small baked items. You
can find the ideal settings for many dishes in the
settings tables.
Also refer to the notes in the section on allowing dough
to rise.
Only use original accessories supplied with your
appliance. These have been tailored to the cooking
compartment and the operating modes of your
appliance.
Baking in combination with a microwave
If you bake in combination with a microwave, you can
reduce the cooking time considerably.
Always use heat-resistant cookware that is suitable for
use in microwaves. Observe the notes on cookware
suitable for microwaves. ~ "Microwave" on page 17
In combined operation, you can use conventional
baking tins made from metal. If sparks form between
the baking tin and the wire rack, check whether the
baking tin is clean on the outside. Change the position
of the baking tin on the wire rack. If this does not help,
continue baking without the microwave. The baking
time will be extended.
If you use baking tins/dishes made from plastic,
ceramic or glass, the baking time indicated in the
settings tables will be reduced. The cake will not brown
as much underneath.
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Baking in combination with a microwave is only
possible on one level.
Shelf positions
Use the indicated shelf positions.
Baking on one level
When baking on one level, use the following shelf
position:
■
Level 1
Baking on two levels
Use 4D hot air. Baked items that are placed into the
oven on trays or in baking tins/dishes at the same time
will not necessarily be ready at the same time.
■
Universal pan: Level 3
Baking tray: Level 1
■
Baking tins/dishes on the wire rack
First wire rack: Level 3
Second wire rack: Level 1
By preparing several dishes at the same time, you can
make energy savings of up to 45 per cent. Position
baking tins/dishes next to one another or offset and
vertically stacked in the cooking compartment.
Accessories
Ensure that you always use suitable accessories and
that they are placed in the oven the right way around.
Wire rack
Slide the wire rack in with the imprint "Microwave"
facing the appliance door, and the outer rail facing
downwards.
Universal pan or baking tray
Slide the universal pan or the baking tray in carefully as
far as the limit stop with the bevelled edge facing the
appliance door.
When baking moist cakes or pastries with many
toppings, use the universal pan so that any excess
liquid does not overflow and make the cooking
compartment dirty.
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Baking tins
Dark- coloured metal baking tins are most suitable.
Tinplate baking tins, ceramic dishes and glass dishes
extend baking time and mean that the baked item will
not brown evenly.
Greaseproof paper
Only use greaseproof paper that is suitable for the
selected temperature. Always cut greaseproof paper to
size.
Recommended setting values
You can find the ideal heating type for various pastries
in the table. The temperature and baking time are
dependent on the quantity and composition of the
dough. Different settings ranges are indicated for this
reason. Try using the lower values at first. A lower
temperature results in more even browning. If
necessary, use a higher setting the next time.
Note: Baking times can not be reduced by using higher
temperatures. Cakes or small baked items would only
be cooked on the outside, and would not be fully baked
in the middle.
The setting values apply to dishes placed into a cold
cooking compartment. By doing so, you can make
energy savings of up to 20 per cent. If you preheat the
oven, you can reduce the indicated baking times by
several minutes.
Preheating is necessary for selected dishes, and this is
indicated in the table.
If you wish to follow one of your own recipes when
baking, you should use a similar baked item in the table
as a reference. You can find additional information in
the tips on baking attached to the settings table.
Remove unused accessories from the cooking
compartment. This will achieve the best possible
cooking results and energy savings of up to 20 per
cent.
Type of heating used:
< 4D hot air
■
Dish
Cakes in tins
Sponge cake, simple
Sponge cake, simple
Fruit flan made from sponge mixture,
delicate
Fruit flan made from sponge mixture,
delicate
Sponge flan base
Fruit tart or cheesecake with shortcrust pastry base
Fruit tart or cheesecake with shortcrust pastry base
Accessories/cookware
Shelf posi- Type of
tion
heating
Temperature in °C
MW power in Cooking
watts
time in
mins.
Ring tin/cake tin
Ring tin/cake tin
Bundt cake tin
1
1
1
<
<
<
140-160
160-180
150-170
90
-
55-70
30-40
45-60
Bundt cake tin
1
<
170-190
90
35-45
Flan base tin
1
Springform cake tin, diameter 26 cm 1
<
<
140-160
160-170
-
20-40
65-85
Springform cake tin, diameter 26 cm 1
<
160-180
100
180
-
30-40
20
* Preheat
** Preheat for 5 mins., do not use quick heat function
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Accessories/cookware
Shelf posi- Type of
tion
heating
Temperature in °C
Swiss flan
Tart
Bundt yeast cake
Yeast cake in springform cake tin
Sponge base, 2 eggs
Sponge flan, 3 eggs
Sponge flan, 6 eggs
Pizza tray
Flan-base cake tin, black
Bundt cake tin
Springform cake tin, diameter 28 cm
Flan base tin
Springform cake tin, diameter 26 cm
Springform cake tin, diameter 28 cm
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
<
<
<
<
<
<
<
180-200
190-200
150-160
150-160
160-170*
160-170*
150-170*
MW power in Cooking
watts
time in
mins.
50-60
25-40
65-75
25-35
20-30
30-45
30-50
Baking tray
Universal pan + baking tray
Baking tray
Universal pan + baking tray
1
3+1
1
3+1
<
<
<
<
150-170
150-170
160-180
150-170
-
20-40
35-50
30-45
40-55
Universal pan
Universal pan
Baking tray
Universal pan + baking tray
Universal pan
Universal pan + baking tray
1
1
1
3+1
1
3+1
<
<
<
<
<
<
150-170
180-200
150-170
160-170
160-180
150-160
-
65-85
45-55
20-35
25-35
50-60
45-60
Baking tray
Universal pan
Universal pan
Baking tray
Universal pan
1
1
1
1
1
<
<
<
<
<
150-160
150-160
170-180
190-210
200-220
90
35-45
50-60
40-60
30-45
20-25
Baking tray
Universal pan + baking tray
Muffin tray
Muffin trays
Baking tray
Baking tray
Universal pan + baking tray
Baking tray
Baking tray
1
3+1
2
3+1
1
2
3+1
1
1
<
<
<
<
<
<
<
<
<
150*
140*
160-180*
150-170*
150-160
170-190*
170-190*
190-210
160-180
-
25-35
35-45
15-25
20-30
30-40
20-45
20-45
30-40
20-30
1
2
3+1
2
3+1
2
3+1
<
<
<
<
<
<
<
140-150*
140-160
130-150
80-90*
80-90*
90-110
90-110
-
25-35
15-30
20-35
120-150
120-180
20-40
20-40
Cakes on baking trays
Sponge cake with topping
Sponge cake, 2 levels
Shortcrust tart with dry topping
Shortcrust tart with dry topping,
2 levels
Shortcrust tart with moist topping
Swiss flan
Yeast cake with dry topping
Yeast cake with dry topping, 2 levels
Yeast cake with moist topping
Yeast cake with moist topping,
2 levels
Plaited loaf, savarin
Stollen with 500 g flour
Strudel, sweet
Strudel, frozen
Strudel, frozen
Small baked items
Small cakes**
Small cakes, 2 levels**
Muffins
Muffins, 2 levels
Small yeast cakes
Puff pastry
Puff pastry, 2 levels
Choux pastry
Danish pastry
Biscuits
Whirls**
Baking tray
Biscuits
Baking tray
Biscuits, 2 levels
Universal pan + baking tray
Meringue
Baking tray
Meringue, 2 levels
Universal pan + baking tray
Macaroons
Baking tray
Macaroons, 2 levels
Universal pan + baking tray
* Preheat
** Preheat for 5 mins., do not use quick heat function
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Tips on baking
You want to find out whether the cake Push a cocktail stick into the highest point on the cake. If the cocktail stick comes out clean with no dough resis completely cooked in the middle.
idue, the cake is ready.
The cake collapses.
Next time, use less liquid. Alternatively, set the temperature to be 10 °C lower and extend the baking time.
Adhere to the specified ingredients and preparation instructions in the recipe.
The cake has risen in the middle but Only grease the base of the springform cake tin. After baking, loosen the cake carefully with a knife.
is lower around the edge.
The fruit juice overflows.
Next time, use the universal pan.
Small baked items stick to one
There should be a gap of approx. 2 cm around each item. This gives enough space for the baked items to
another during baking.
expand well and brown on all sides.
The cake is too dry.
Set the temperature 10 °C higher and shorten the baking time.
The cake is generally too light in col- If the shelf position and the cookware are correct, then you should increase the temperature if necessary or
our.
extend the baking time.
The cake is too light on top, and too Bake the cake one level higher in the oven the next time.
dark underneath.
The cake is too dark on top, and too Bake the cake one level lower in the oven the next time. Select a lower temperature and extend the baking
light underneath.
time.
Cakes baked in a tray or tin are too
Place the baking tray in the middle of the accessories, not directly against the back wall.
brown at the back.
The whole cake is too dark.
Select a lower temperature next time and extend the baking time if necessary.
The cake is unevenly browned.
Select a slightly lower temperature.
Protruding greaseproof paper can affect the air circulation. Always cut greaseproof paper to size.
Ensure that the baking tin does not stand directly in front of the openings in the cooking compartment back
wall.
When baking small items, you should use similar sizes and thicknesses wherever possible.
You were baking on several levels.
Always select 4D hot air when baking on several levels. Baked items that are placed into the oven on trays or
The items on the top baking tray are in baking tins/dishes at the same time will not necessarily be ready at the same time.
darker than those on the lower baking
tray.
The cake looks good, but is not
Use a lower temperature and bake slightly longer; if necessary, add slightly less liquid. For cakes with a moist
cooked properly in the middle.
topping, bake the base first. Sprinkle it with almonds or breadcrumbs and then place the topping on top.
The cake cannot be turned out of the Allow the cake to cool down for 5 to 10 minutes after baking. If it still sticks, carefully loosen the cake around
dish when it is turned upside down.
the edges again using a knife. Turn the cake tin upside down again and cover it several times with a cold, wet
cloth. Next time, grease the baking tin/dish and sprinkle with breadcrumbs.
Bread and rolls
Your appliance offers you a range of heating types for
baking bread and rolls. You can find the ideal settings
for many dishes in the settings tables.
Also refer to the notes in the section on allowing dough
to rise.
Only use original accessories supplied with your
appliance. These have been tailored to the cooking
compartment and the operating modes of your
appliance.
Shelf positions
Use the indicated shelf positions.
Baking on one level
When baking on one level, use the following shelf
position:
■
Level 1
Baking on two levels
Use 4D hot air. Baked items that are placed into the
oven on trays or in baking tins/dishes at the same time
will not necessarily be ready at the same time.
■
Universal pan: Level 3
Baking tray: Level 1
■
Baking tins/dishes on the wire rack
First wire rack: Level 3
Second wire rack: Level 1
By preparing several dishes at the same time, you can
make energy savings of up to 45 per cent. Position
baking tins/dishes next to one another or offset and
vertically stacked in the cooking compartment.
Accessories
Ensure that you always use suitable accessories and
that they are placed in the oven the right way around.
Wire rack
Slide the wire rack in with the imprint "Microwave"
facing the appliance door, and the outer rail facing
downwards.
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Universal pan or baking tray
Slide the universal pan or the baking tray in carefully as
far as the limit stop with the bevelled edge facing the
appliance door.
Baking tins
Dark- coloured metal baking tins are most suitable.
Tinplate baking tins, ceramic dishes and glass dishes
extend baking time and mean that the baked item will
not brown evenly.
Greaseproof paper
Only use greaseproof paper that is suitable for the
selected temperature. Always cut greaseproof paper to
size.
Frozen products
Do not use frozen products that are heavily frosted.
Remove any ice on the food.
Some frozen products may be unevenly pre-baked.
Uneven browning may remain even after baking.
Recommended setting values
In the table, you can find the ideal heating type for
various kinds of bread and bread roll. The temperature
and baking time are dependent on the quantity and
composition of the dough. Different settings ranges are
indicated for this reason. Try using the lower values at
first. A lower temperature results in more even
browning. If necessary, use a higher setting the next
time.
The setting values apply to dishes placed into a cold
cooking compartment. By doing so, you can make
energy savings of up to 20 per cent. If you preheat the
oven, you can reduce the indicated baking times by
several minutes.
Preheating is necessary for selected dishes, and this is
indicated in the table. Some food turns out better if it is
baked in several stages. These dishes are indicated in
the table.
The setting values for bread dough apply to both dough
placed on a baking tray and dough placed in a loaf tin.
If you wish to follow one of your own recipes when
baking, you should use a similar baked item in the table
as a reference.
Remove unused accessories from the cooking
compartment. This will achieve the best possible
cooking results and energy savings of up to 20 per
cent.
Caution!
Never pour water into the hot cooking compartment or
place cookware containing water onto the cooking
compartment floor. The temperature change can cause
damage to the enamel.
Types of heating used:
■
< 4D hot air
■
7 Circulated air grilling
■
( Grill, large area
■
* Grill, small area
Note: Baking times can not be reduced by using higher
temperatures. The bread or bread rolls would only be
cooked on the outside, but would not be fully baked in
the middle.
Dish
Accessories
Shelf posi- Type of
tion
heating
Temperature in
°C/ grill setting
Cooking time in
mins.
Bread
White bread, 750 g
Universal pan or cake tin
1
<
Multigrain bread, 1.5 kg
Universal pan or cake tin
1
<
Wholemeal bread, 1 kg
Universal pan
1
<
Flatbread
Universal pan
1
<
200-220*
180-190
210-220*
180-190
210-220*
180-190
220-240
10-15
25-35
10-15
40-50
10-15
40-50
20-30
Bread rolls
Part-cooked rolls or baguette, pre-baked
Bread rolls, sweet, fresh
Bread rolls, sweet, fresh, 2 levels
Bread rolls, fresh
Baguette, pre-baked, chilled
Universal pan
Baking tray
Universal pan + baking tray
Baking tray
Universal pan
2
1
3+1
1
2
<
<
<
<
<
200-220
160-170*
150-160*
170-190
200-220
10-20
15-25
20-30
25-35
10-20
Universal pan
Baking tray
Baking tray
2
1
1
<
<
<
200-220
200-220
150-170*
15-25
15-25
20-35
Bread rolls, frozen
Part-cooked rolls or baguette, pre-baked
Lye bread, pieces of dough
Croissant, pieces of dough
* Preheat
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Accessories
Shelf posi- Type of
tion
heating
Temperature in
°C/ grill setting
Cooking time in
mins.
Toast
Toast with topping, 4 slices
Toast with topping, 12 slices
Browning toast
* Preheat
Wire rack
Wire rack
Wire rack
2
2
3
3
250
3
5-15
5-15
3-6
Pizza, quiche and savoury cakes
Your appliance offers you a range of heating types for
preparing pizza, quiche and savoury cakes. You can
find the ideal settings for many dishes in the settings
tables.
Also refer to the notes in the section on allowing dough
to rise.
Only use original accessories supplied with your
appliance. These have been tailored to the cooking
compartment and the operating modes of your
appliance.
Baking in combination with a microwave
If you bake in combination with a microwave, you can
reduce the cooking time considerably.
In combined operation, you can use conventional
baking tins made from metal. If sparks form between
the baking tin and the wire rack, check whether the
baking tin is clean on the outside. Change the position
of the baking tin on the wire rack. If this does not help,
continue baking without the microwave. The baking
time will be extended.
If you use baking tins/dishes made from plastic,
ceramic or glass, the baking time indicated in the
settings tables will be reduced. The savoury cake will
not brown as much underneath.
Baking in combination with a microwave is only
possible on one level.
Shelf positions
Use the indicated shelf positions.
Baking on one level
When baking on one level, use the following shelf
position:
■
Level 1
Baking on two levels
Use 4D hot air. Baked items that are placed into the
oven on trays or in baking tins/dishes at the same time
will not necessarily be ready at the same time.
■
Universal pan: Level 3
Baking tray: Level 1
■
Baking tins/dishes on the wire rack
First wire rack: Level 3
Second wire rack: Level 1
By preparing several dishes at the same time, you can
make energy savings of up to 45 per cent. Position
baking tins/dishes next to one another or offset and
vertically stacked in the cooking compartment.
*
7
(
Accessories
Ensure that you always use suitable accessories and
that they are placed in the oven the right way around.
Wire rack
Slide the wire rack in with the imprint "Microwave"
facing the appliance door, and the outer rail facing
downwards.
Universal pan or baking tray
Slide the universal pan or the baking tray in carefully as
far as the limit stop with the bevelled edge facing the
appliance door.
Use the universal pan for pizzas with many toppings.
Baking tins
Dark- coloured metal baking tins are most suitable.
Tinplate baking tins, ceramic dishes and glass dishes
extend baking time and mean that the baked item will
not brown evenly.
Greaseproof paper
Only use greaseproof paper that is suitable for the
selected temperature. Always cut greaseproof paper to
size.
Frozen products
Do not use frozen products that are heavily frosted.
Remove any ice on the food.
Some frozen products may be unevenly pre-baked.
Uneven browning may remain even after baking.
Recommended setting values
In the table, you can find the ideal heating type for
various dishes. The temperature and baking time
depend on the consistency and amount of the dough.
Setting ranges are indicated for this reason. Try using
the lower values at first. A lower temperature results in
more even browning. You can use a higher setting next
time if necessary.
Note: Baking times can not be reduced by using higher
temperatures. The dish would only be cooked on the
outside, but would not be fully baked in the middle.
The setting values apply to dishes placed into a cold
cooking compartment. By doing so, you can make
energy savings of up to 20 per cent. If you preheat the
oven, you can reduce the indicated baking times by
several minutes.
Preheating is necessary for selected dishes, and this is
indicated in the table.
If you wish to follow one of your own recipes when
baking, you should use a similar baked item in the table
as a reference.
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Remove unused accessories from the cooking
compartment. This will achieve the best possible
cooking results and energy savings of up to 20 per
cent.
Type of heating used:
■
< 4D hot air
Dish
Accessories
Shelf posi- Type of
tion
heating
Temperature in °C
MW power in Cooking
watts
time in
mins.
Pizza
Pizza, fresh
Pizza, fresh, 2 levels
Pizza, fresh, thin base
Pizza, chilled
Baking tray
Universal pan + baking tray
Pizza tray
Wire rack
1
3+1
1
1
<
<
<
<
220-230
180-200
230-240
210-230
-
25-30
35-45
20-30
10-20
Pizza, frozen
Pizza, thin base, x 1
Pizza, thin base, x 2
Pizza, deep-pan, x 1
Pizza, deep-pan, x 2
Pizza baguette
Pizza baguette, x 2
Mini pizza
Wire rack
Wire rack + baking tray
Wire rack
Universal pan + wire rack
Wire rack
Universal pan
Wire rack
1
3+1
1
3+1
1
1
1
<
<
<
<
<
<
<
210-230
200-220
180-200
160-180
200-220
180-200
210-230
90
-
15-25
15-25
20-30
25-35
20-30
10-20
10-20
Springform cake tin, diameter 28 cm
Flan-base cake tin, black
Universal pan
Ovenproof dish
Universal pan
Universal pan
1
1
1
1
1
1
<
<
<
<
<
<
170-190
190-210
190-210*
170-190
180-190
180-200
-
50-60
35-50
15-25
50-70
35-45
35-45
Savoury cakes and quiches
Savoury cakes in a tin
Quiche
Tarte flambée
Pierogi
Empanada de atún
Börek
* Preheat
Bakes and soufflés
Your appliance offers a range of heating types for
preparing bakes and soufflés. You can find the ideal
settings for many dishes in the settings tables.
Only use original accessories supplied with your
appliance. These have been tailored to the cooking
compartment and the operating modes of your
appliance.
Preparing food with a microwave
If you prepare food only in a microwave or in
combination with a microwave, the cooking time may
be considerably reduced.
Always use heat-resistant cookware that is suitable for
use in microwaves. Observe the notes on cookware
suitable for microwaves. ~ "Microwave" on page 17
Take ready-to-eat meals out of the packaging. You can
cook more quickly and evenly using cookware which is
suitable for use in microwaves.
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Shelf positions
Always use the indicated shelf positions.
You can prepare dishes on one level using a baking tin/
dish or the universal pan.
■
Baking tins/dishes on the wire rack: Level 1
■
Universal pan: Level 2
You can also prepare soufflés in a water bath in the
universal pan. To do so, slide the universal pan in at
level 1.
By preparing several dishes at the same time, you can
make energy savings of up to 45 per cent. Position
baking tins/dishes next to one another in the cooking
compartment.
Accessories
Ensure that you always use suitable accessories and
that they are placed in the oven the right way around.
Wire rack
Slide the wire rack in with the imprint "Microwave"
facing the appliance door, and the outer rail facing
downwards.
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Slide in the universal pan carefully as far as the limit
stop, with the bevelled edge facing the appliance door.
Cookware
Use wide, shallow cookware for bakes and gratins. In
deep, narrow cookware, food requires more time to
cook, and the top will be darker.
Recommended setting values
In the table, you can find the ideal heating type for
various bakes and soufflés. The temperature and
cooking time are dependent on the quantity of food and
the recipe. How well cooked a bake is will depend on
the size of the cookware and the depth of the bake.
Settings ranges are indicated for this reason. Try using
the lower values at first. A lower temperature results in
more even browning. You can increase the temperature
next time if necessary.
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The setting values apply to dishes placed into a cold
cooking compartment. By doing so, you can make
energy savings of up to 20 per cent. If you preheat the
oven, the indicated cooking times will be reduced by
several minutes.
If you wish to follow one of your own recipes when
cooking, you can use similar dishes in the table as a
reference.
Remove unused accessories from the cooking
compartment. This will achieve the best possible
cooking results and energy savings of up to 20 per
cent.
Types of heating used:
■
< 4D hot air
■
7 Circulated air grilling
Note: Cooking times cannot be reduced by using
higher temperatures. Bakes or soufflés would only be
cooked on the outside, but would be raw in the middle.
Dish
Accessories/cookware
Shelf posi- Type of
tion
heating
Temperature in °C
Bake, savoury, cooked ingredients
Bake, savoury, cooked ingredients
Bake, sweet
Bake, sweet
Lasagne, fresh, 1 kg
Lasagne, frozen, 400 g
Potato gratin, raw ingredients, 4 cm
deep
Potato gratin, raw ingredients, 4 cm
deep
Soufflé
* Preheat
Ovenproof dish
Ovenproof dish
Ovenproof dish
Ovenproof dish
Ovenproof dish
Universal pan
Ovenproof dish
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
<
7
<
7
<
<
<
170-190
140-160
160-180
140-160
160-180
210-230
170-180
MW power in Cooking
watts
time in
mins.
40-55
360
20-30
40-50
360
25-35
50-60
30-40
55-65
Ovenproof dish
1
7
170-190
360
20-25
Ovenproof dish
1
<
160-170*
-
40-50
Poultry
Your appliance offers you a range of heating types for
preparing poultry. You can find the ideal settings for
certain dishes in the settings tables.
Roasting on the wire rack
Roasting on the wire rack is particularly well suited for
larger poultry or for multiple pieces at the same time.
Slide the wire rack in at the indicated shelf position with
the imprint "Microwave" facing the appliance door and
the outer rail facing downwards. In addition, slide the
universal pan in at the shelf position underneath with
the slanted edge facing the appliance door.
Depending on the size and type of the poultry, pour up
to ^ litres of water into the universal pan. Any dripping
fat will be caught. You can make a sauce from these
juices. This will also result in less smoke and ensure
that the cooking compartment stays cleaner.
Roasting in cookware
Only use cookware which is suitable for use in an oven.
Check whether the cookware fits in the cooking
compartment.
Glass cookware is most suitable. Place hot glass
cookware onto a dry mat after cooking. If the surface is
damp or cold, the glass may crack.
Shiny roasting dishes made from stainless steel or
aluminium reflect heat like a mirror and are therefore
not particularly suitable. The poultry cooks slower and
does not brown so well. Use a higher temperature and/
or a longer cooking time.
Observe the manufacturer's instructions for your
roasting cookware.
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Uncovered cookware
It is best to use a deep roasting tin/dish for roasting
poultry. Place the tin/dish onto the wire rack. If you do
not have any suitable cookware, use the universal pan.
Covered cookware
When cooking with covered cookware, the cooking
compartment remains considerably cleaner. Ensure that
the lid fits well and closes properly. Place the cookware
onto the wire rack.
Very hot steam may escape when opening the lid after
cooking. Lift the lid at the rear, so that the hot steam
can escape away from you.
Poultry can also become crispy in a covered roasting
dish. To do so, use a roasting dish with a glass lid and
set a higher temperature.
Roasting in combination with a microwave
Poultry is particularly well suited to being prepared in
combination with a microwave. The cooking time is
considerably reduced by doing so.
As opposed to conventional operation, the cooking time
is based on the total weight when roasting in
combination with a microwave.
Tip: If you have quantities other than those indicated in
the settings tables, the following basic rule applies:
double the quantity equates to roughly double the
cooking time.
Always use heat-resistant cookware that is suitable for
use in microwaves. Roasting dishes made from metal
or Römertopf dishes are only suitable for roasting
without using the microwave. Observe the notes on
cookware suitable for microwaves. ~ "Microwave"
on page 17
Grilling
Keep the appliance door closed when using the grill.
Never grill with the appliance door open.
Slide the wire rack in at the indicated shelf position with
the imprint "Microwave" facing the appliance door and
the outer rail facing downwards. In addition, slide the
universal pan in at the shelf position underneath with
the slanted edge facing the appliance door. Any
dripping fat will be caught.
Note: In the case of very fatty grilled food, do not slide
the universal pan in directly underneath the wire rack,
but rather at shelf position 1.
When grilling, try wherever possible to use pieces of
food which are of a similar thickness and weight. This
will allow them to brown evenly and remain succulent
and juicy. Place the food to be grilled directly onto the
wire rack.
Use tongs to turn the pieces of food you are grilling. If
you pierce the meat with a fork, the juices will run out
and it will become dry.
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Notes
■
The grill element switches itself on and off
continuously; this is normal. The grill setting
determines how frequently this occurs.
■
Smoke may be produced when grilling.
Recommended setting values
In the table, you can find the ideal heating type for the
kind of poultry you are cooking. The temperature and
cooking time depend on the amount, composition and
temperature of the food. Setting ranges are indicated
for this reason. Try using the lower values at first. You
can increase the temperature next time if necessary.
The setting values are based on the assumption that
unstuffed, chilled, ready-to-roast poultry is placed into a
cold cooking compartment. By doing so, you can make
energy savings of up to 20 per cent. If you preheat the
oven, the indicated cooking times will be reduced by
several minutes.
In the table, you can find specifications for poultry with
default values for the weight. If you wish to cook heavier
poultry, use the lower temperature in every case. If
cooking multiple pieces, use the weight of the heaviest
piece as a reference for determining the cooking time.
The individual pieces should be approximately equal in
size.
A general rule: the larger the poultry is, the lower the
cooking temperature and the longer the cooking time.
Turn the poultry after approx. ^ to Z of the indicated
time.
Note: Only use greaseproof paper that is suitable for
the selected temperature. Always cut greaseproof
paper to size.
Tips
For duck or goose, pierce the skin on the underside
of the wings. This allows the fat to run out.
■
If using duck breast, score the skin. Do not turn duck
breasts.
■
When you turn poultry, ensure that the breast side or
the skin side is underneath at first.
■
Poultry will turn out particularly crispy and brown if
you baste it towards the end of the roasting time with
butter, salted water or orange juice.
■
Remove unused accessories from the cooking
compartment. This will achieve the best possible
cooking results and energy savings of up to 20 per
cent.
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Types of heating used:
■
< 4D hot air
Dish
Chicken
Chicken, 1 kg
Chicken, 1 kg
Chicken breast fillet, 150 g each
(grilling: preheat oven for 5 mins.)
Chicken breast fillet, x 2,150 g
each (grill)
Small chicken portions, 250 g each
Small chicken portions, x 4, 250 g
each
Chicken goujons, nuggets, frozen
Chicken goujons, nuggets, frozen,
250 g
Poulard, 1.5 kg
Poulard, 1.5 kg
Duck and goose
Duck, 2 kg
Duck, 2 kg
Duck breast, 300 g each
Goose, 3 kg
Goose, 3 kg
Goose legs, 350 g each
Goose legs, 350 g each
Turkey
Small turkey, 2.5 kg
Small turkey, 2.5 kg
Turkey breast, boned, 1 kg
Turkey thigh, with bone, 1 kg
Turkey thigh, with bone, 1 kg
* Preheat
■
■
en
7 Circulated air grilling
( Grill, large area
Accessories/cookware
Shelf posi- Type of
tion
heating
Temperature in
°C/ grill setting
MW power in Cooking time
watts
in mins.
Cookware, uncovered
Cookware, covered
Wire rack
1
1
3
7
7
(
200-220
230-250
3*
360
-
60-70
25-35
15-20
Cookware, uncovered
1
7
190-210
180
25-30
Wire rack
Cookware, uncovered
2
1
7
7
220-230
190-210
360
30-35
20-30
Universal pan
Universal pan
2
1
<
7
200-220
190-210
360
15-25
15-20
Cookware, uncovered
Cookware, covered
1
1
7
7
200-220
200-220
360
180
70-90
30
15-25
Cookware, uncovered
Universal pan
Wire rack
Cookware, uncovered
Cookware, uncovered
Wire rack
Universal pan
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
7
7
7
7
7
7
<
180-200
170-190
230-250
160-170
170-190
210-230
170-190
180
180
180
90-110
60-80
17-20
120-150
30-40
40-50
60-80
Cookware, uncovered
Cookware, covered
Cookware, covered
Cookware, uncovered
Cookware, covered
1
1
1
1
1
7
7
7
7
7
180-190
210-230
240-260
180-200
210-230
360
360
70-90
45-50
80-100
80-100
45-50
Meat
Your appliance offers you many heating types for
preparing meat. You can find the ideal settings for many
dishes in the settings tables.
Roasting and braising
Baste lean meat with fat as required or cover it with
strips of bacon.
Score the rind crosswise. If you turn the joint when
cooking, ensure that the rind is underneath at first.
When the joint is ready, turn off the oven and allow it to
rest for another 10 minutes in the cooking
compartment. This allows the meat juices to be better
distributed. Wrap the joint in aluminium foil if necessary.
The recommended standing time is not included in the
cooking time specified.
Roasting on the wire rack
On the wire rack, meat will become very crispy on all
sides.
Depending on the size and type of the meat, add up to
^ litres of water to the universal pan. Any dripping fat
and meat juices will be caught. You can prepare a
sauce using these meat juices. In addition, less smoke
is generated, and the cooking compartment stays
cleaner.
Slide the wire rack in at the indicated shelf position with
the imprint "Microwave" facing the appliance door and
the outer rail facing downwards. In addition, slide the
universal pan in at the shelf position underneath with
the slanted edge facing the appliance door.
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Roasting and braising in cookware
It is more convenient to roast and braise meat in
cookware. You can take the joint out of the cooking
compartment more easily in the cookware, and prepare
the sauce in the cookware itself.
Only use cookware which is suitable for use in an oven.
Check whether the cookware fits in the cooking
compartment.
Glass cookware is most suitable. Place hot glass
cookware onto a dry mat after cooking. If the surface is
damp or cold, the glass may crack.
Add in a little liquid for roasting if the meat is lean. A
covering of approx. ^ cm depth should be applied to
the base of any glass cookware.
The amount of liquid is dependent on the type of meat,
the cookware material and also on whether or not a lid
is used. If preparing meat in an enamelled or dark metal
roasting dish, it will need a little more liquid than if
cooked in glass cookware.
The steam evaporates in the cookware when roasting.
Carefully pour in more liquid if required.
Shiny roasting dishes made from stainless steel or
aluminium reflect heat like a mirror and are therefore
not particularly suitable. The meat cooks more slowly
and will not brown so much. Use a higher temperature
and/or a longer cooking time.
Observe the manufacturer's instructions for your
roasting cookware.
Uncovered cookware
Use a deep roasting tin/dish for roasting meat. Place
the tin/dish onto the wire rack. If you do not have any
suitable cookware, use the universal pan.
Covered cookware
When cooking with covered cookware, the cooking
compartment remains considerably cleaner. Ensure that
the lid fits well and closes properly. Place the cookware
onto the wire rack.
The distance between the meat and the lid must be at
least 3 cm. The meat may rise.
Very hot steam may escape when opening the lid after
cooking. Lift the lid at the rear, so that the hot steam
can escape away from you.
If necessary, braise the meat first by searing it. Add
water, wine, vinegar or a similar liquid to the braising
liquid. A covering approx. 1-2 cm deep should be
applied to the base of the cookware.
The steam evaporates in the cookware when roasting.
Carefully pour in more liquid if required.
Meat can also become crispy in a covered roasting
dish. To do so, use a roasting dish with a glass lid and
set a higher temperature.
Roasting in combination with a microwave
Certain foodstuffs can be prepared in combination with
a microwave. The cooking time is considerably reduced
by doing so.
As opposed to conventional operation, the cooking time
is based on the total weight when roasting in
combination with a microwave.
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Tip: If you have quantities other than those indicated in
the settings tables, the following basic rule applies:
double the quantity equates to roughly double the
cooking time.
Always use heat-resistant cookware that is suitable for
use in microwaves. Roasting dishes made from metal
or Römertopf dishes are only suitable for roasting
without using the microwave. Observe the notes on
cookware suitable for microwaves. ~ "Microwave"
on page 17
Caution!
If you use an oven bag, do not seal it shut with metal
clips. Use kitchen string. Do not use metal skewers for
roulades. Sparks may form as a result.
Grilling
Keep the appliance door closed when using the grill.
Never grill with the appliance door open.
Slide the wire rack in at the indicated shelf position with
the imprint "Microwave" facing the appliance door and
the outer rail facing downwards. In addition, slide the
universal pan in at the shelf position underneath with
the slanted edge facing the appliance door. Any
dripping fat will be caught.
Note: In the case of very fatty grilled food, do not slide
the universal pan in directly underneath the wire rack,
but rather at shelf position 1.
When grilling, try wherever possible to use pieces of
food which are of a similar thickness and weight. This
will allow them to brown evenly and remain succulent
and juicy. Place the food to be grilled directly onto the
wire rack.
Use tongs to turn the pieces of food you are grilling. If
you pierce the meat with a fork, the juices will run out
and it will become dry.
Do not add salt to the food until after it has been grilled.
Salt draws water from the meat.
Notes
■
The grill element switches itself on and off
continuously; this is normal. The grill setting
determines how frequently this occurs.
■
Smoke may be produced when grilling.
Recommended setting values
You can find the ideal heating type for many meat
dishes in the table. Temperature and cooking time
depend on the amount, composition and temperature of
the food. Settings ranges are indicated for this reason.
Try using the lower values at first. You can increase the
temperature next time if necessary.
The setting values apply to chilled meat placed into the
cold cooking compartment. By doing so, you can make
energy savings of up to 20 per cent. If you preheat the
oven, you can reduce the indicated cooking times by
several minutes.
You can find information on roasts and default values
for weights in the table. If you wish to roast a heavy joint
of meat, you should definitely use a lower temperature.
If roasting several joints, use the weight of the heaviest
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piece as a basis for determining the cooking time. The
individual pieces should be approximately equal in size.
As a general rule: the larger a roasting joint is, the lower
the cooking temperature and the longer the cooking
time.
Turn roasting joints and grilled items after approx. ^ to
Z of the indicated time.
If you wish to follow one of your own recipes, you
should use similar dishes as a reference. You can find
additional information in the tips on roasting, braising
and grilling attached to the settings table.
Dish
en
Remove unused accessories from the cooking
compartment. This will achieve the best possible
cooking results and energy savings of up to 20 per
cent.
Types of heating used:
■
< 4D hot air
■
7 Circulated air grilling
■
( Grill, large area
■
Ý Microwave
Accessories/cookware
Shelf posi- Type of
tion
heating
Temperature in
°C/ grill setting
MW power in Cooking
watts
time in
mins.
Cookware, uncovered
1
7
180-200
-
120-130
Cookware, covered
1
7
180-200
180
40-50
Cookware, uncovered
1
7
190-200
-
130-140
Cookware, uncovered
Cookware, covered
Wire rack
Cookware, covered
1
1
2
1
7
7
7
7
220-230
210-230
220-230
210-220
90
-
70-80
50-60
20-25
60-80
Cookware, uncovered
Wire rack
Wire rack
1
3
3
Ý
(
(
2
3*
360
-
40-50
16-20
8-12
Beef
Fillet of beef, medium, 1 kg
Pot-roasted beef, 1.5 kg
Sirloin, medium, 1.5 kg
Steak, 3 cm thick, medium
Burger, 3-4 cm thick****
Cookware, uncovered
Cookware, covered
Cookware, uncovered
Wire rack
Wire rack
1
1
1
3
2
7
7
7
(
(
210-220
200-220
220-230
3
3
-
40-50
130-140
60-70
15-20
20-30
Veal
Joint of veal, 1.5 kg
Joint of veal, 1.5 kg
Knuckle of veal, 1.5 kg
Cookware, uncovered
Cookware, covered
Cookware, uncovered
1
1
1
7
<
7
160-170
200-210
180-200
90
90
100-120
70-80
60-70
1
7
170-190
-
50-70
1
1
3
7
7
(
180-190
190-210
3
90
-
40-50
30-40
12-18
Pork
Joint of pork without rind, e.g. neck,
1.5 kg
Joint of pork without rind, e.g. neck,
1.5 kg
Joint of pork with rind,
e.g. shoulder, 2 kg
Pork tenderloin steak, 1.5 kg
Pork tenderloin steak, 1.5 kg
Pork fillet, 400 g
Smoked pork on the bone, 1 kg
(with a little added water)
Smoked pork on the bone, 1 kg
Pork steaks, 2 cm thick
Pork medallions, 3 cm thick (preheat oven for 5 mins.)
Lamb
Leg of lamb, boned, medium,
Cookware, uncovered
1.5 kg
Saddle of lamb on the bone**
Cookware, uncovered
Saddle of lamb on the bone**
Cookware, uncovered
Lamb cutlet***
Wire rack
* Preheat
** Do not turn
*** Slide the universal pan in underneath at shelf position 1
**** Turn after 2/3 of the total time
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Dish
Accessories/cookware
Shelf posi- Type of
tion
heating
Temperature in
°C/ grill setting
MW power in Cooking
watts
time in
mins.
Sausages
Grilled sausages
Wire rack
2
(
3
-
10-20
1
1
7
7
170-180
170-190
360
70-80
30-40
Meat dishes
Meat loaf, 1 kg
Cookware, uncovered
Meat loaf, 1 kg
Cookware, uncovered
* Preheat
** Do not turn
*** Slide the universal pan in underneath at shelf position 1
**** Turn after 2/3 of the total time
Tips on roasting and braising
The cooking compartment becomes
very dirty.
The roast is too dark and the crackling is burned in places, and/or the
roast is too dry.
The crackling is too thin.
The roast looks good but the juices
are burnt.
The roast looks good but the juices
are too clear and watery.
The meat gets burned during braising.
The roast is not well-done enough.
Prepare your food in an enclosed roaster with higher temperature or use the grill tray. You will achieve the
best roasting results if you use the grill tray. The grill tray can be bought later as a special accessory.
Check the shelf position and temperature. Select a lower temperature the next time and reduce the roasting
time if necessary.
Increase the temperature or switch on the grill briefly at the end of the roasting time.
Next time, use a smaller roasting dish and add more liquid if necessary.
Next time, use a larger roasting dish and add less liquid if necessary.
The roasting dish and lid must fit together well and close properly.
Reduce the temperature and add more liquid when braising if necessary.
Carve the roast. Prepare the sauce in the roasting dish and add the sliced roast meat to the sauce. Finish
cooking the meat using the microwave only.
Fish
Your appliance offers you a range of heating types for
preparing fish. You can find the ideal settings for many
dishes in the settings tables.
The whole fish does not have to be turned. Place the
whole fish into the cooking compartment in swimming
position with the dorsal fin facing upwards. Placing half
a potato or a small oven-proof container in the stomach
cavity of the fish will provide stability.
You can tell when the fish is cooked because the dorsal
fin can be removed easily.
Roasting and grilling on the wire rack
Slide the wire rack in at the indicated shelf position with
the imprint "Microwave" facing the appliance door and
the outer rail facing downwards. In addition, slide the
universal pan in at the shelf position underneath with
the slanted edge facing the appliance door.
Note: In the case of very fatty grilled food, do not slide
the universal pan in directly underneath the wire rack,
but rather at shelf position 1.
Pour up to ^ litres of water into the universal pan,
depending on the size and type of the fish. Any dripping
liquid will be caught. Less smoke is generated and the
cooking compartment stays cleaner.
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Keep the appliance door closed when using the grill.
Never grill with the appliance door open.
When grilling, try wherever possible to use pieces of
food which are of a similar thickness and weight. This
will allow them to brown evenly and remain succulent
and juicy. Place the food to be grilled directly onto the
wire rack.
Use tongs to turn the pieces of food you are grilling. If
you pierce the fish with a fork, the juices will run out and
it will become dry.
Notes
■
The grill element switches itself on and off
continuously; this is normal. The grill setting
determines how frequently this occurs.
■
Smoke may be produced when grilling.
Roasting and stewing in cookware
Only use cookware which is suitable for use in an oven.
Check whether the cookware fits in the cooking
compartment.
Glass cookware is most suitable. Place hot glass
cookware onto a dry mat after cooking. If the surface is
damp or cold, the glass may crack.
Shiny roasting dishes made from stainless steel or
aluminium reflect heat like a mirror and are therefore
not particularly suitable. The fish cooks more slowly and
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browns less. Use a higher temperature and/or a longer
cooking time.
Observe the manufacturer's instructions for your
roasting cookware.
Uncovered cookware
To cook a whole fish, it is best to use a deep roasting
tin/dish. Place the tin/dish onto the wire rack. If you do
not have any suitable cookware, use the universal pan.
Covered cookware
When cooking with covered cookware, the cooking
compartment remains considerably cleaner. Ensure that
the lid fits well and closes properly. Place the cookware
onto the wire rack.
When stewing, add two to three tablespoons of liquid
and a little lemon juice or vinegar into the cookware.
Very hot steam may escape when opening the lid after
cooking. Lift the lid at the rear, so that the hot steam
can escape away from you.
Fish can also become crispy in a covered roasting dish.
Here, use a roasting dish with a glass lid and set a
higher temperature.
Recommended setting values
You can find the ideal heating type for your fish dishes
in the table. The temperature and cooking time depend
on the amount, composition and temperature of the
food. Settings ranges are indicated for this reason. Try
using lower setting values first. You can use a higher
setting next time if necessary.
The setting values are based on the assumption that
chilled fish is placed into a cold cooking compartment.
By doing so, you can make energy savings of up to 20
per cent. If you preheat the oven, you can reduce the
indicated cooking times by several minutes.
In the table, you can find information for fish with default
values for the weight. If you want to cook a heavier fish,
you should definitely use the lower temperature. If
cooking several fish, you should use the weight of the
heaviest fish as a reference for determining the cooking
time. The individual fish should be approximately the
same size.
As a general rule: the larger a fish, the lower the
cooking temperature and the longer the cooking time.
Turn any fish which is not in swimming position after
approx. ^ to Z of the indicated time.
Steaming fish in the microwave
You can also steam fish in the microwave.
To do so, use enclosed cookware that is suitable for
microwave use or use a plate or microwave film to
cover the dish. Observe the notes on cookware suitable
for microwaves. ~ "Microwave" on page 17
This will help retain the flavour and means you can use
salt and seasonings sparingly. If cooking fish whole,
add one to three tablespoons of water or lemon juice.
After cooking, leave the fish to rest for another 2-3
minutes to compensate for the temperature difference.
Take ready-to-eat meals out of the packaging. You can
cook more quickly and evenly using cookware which is
suitable for use in microwaves.
Dish
Accessories/cookware
Fish fillets
Fish fillet, plain, grilled
Fish fillet, plain, braised, 400 g
Note: Only use greaseproof paper that is suitable for
the selected temperature. Always cut greaseproof
paper to size.
Remove unused accessories from the cooking
compartment. This will achieve the best possible
cooking results and energy savings of up to 20 per
cent.
Types of heating used:
■
< 4D hot air
■
7 Circulated air grilling
■
( Grill, large area
■
Ý Microwave
Shelf posi- Type of
tion
heating
Temperature in
°C/ grill setting
MW power in Cooking time
watts
in mins.
1
2
1
7
(
Ý
170-190
2
-
Cookware, uncovered
1
7
170-190
90
600
360
-
20-30
15-20
3
2-7
30-40
Cookware, uncovered
1
7
230-250
360
30-40
Cookware, covered
1
Ý
-
600
360
10
10-15
Wire rack
Cookware, covered
2
1
(
Ý
1*
-
600
360
15-25
4
3-8
Fish
Fish, grilled, whole 300 g, e.g. trout Cookware, uncovered
Fish, grilled, whole 300 g, e.g. trout Wire rack
Fish, braised, whole 300 g, e.g.
Cookware, covered
trout
Fish, grilled, whole 1.5 kg,
e.g. salmon
Fish, grilled, whole 1.5 kg,
e.g. salmon
Fish, braised, whole 1.5 kg, e.g.
salmon
en
* Preheat
** Slide the universal pan in underneath at shelf position 1
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Dish
Accessories/cookware
Shelf posi- Type of
tion
heating
Temperature in
°C/ grill setting
MW power in Cooking time
watts
in mins.
Fish steaks
Fish steak, 3 cm thick**
Wire rack
2
(
3
-
18-22
Fish, frozen
Fish, whole 300 g, e.g. trout
Cookware, covered
1
Ý
-
Fish fillet, plain
Fish fillet, plain, 400 g
Fish fillet, au gratin
Fish fillet, au gratin, 400 g
Fish fingers (turn during cooking)
Cookware, covered
Cookware, covered
Wire rack
Cookware, uncovered
Baking tray
1
1
2
1
1
<
Ý
7
*
<
210-230
220-240
3
220-240
600
360
600
360
-
5
7-12
30-45
10-15
35-45
15-20
15-25
1
Ý
-
360
20-25
Fish dishes
Fish terrine, 1000 g
Terrine mould
* Preheat
** Slide the universal pan in underneath at shelf position 1
Vegetables and side dishes
Here, you can find information for preparing grilled
vegetables, potatoes and frozen potato products.
Remove unused accessories from the cooking
compartment. This will allow you to achieve ideal
cooking results and save energy.
Preparing food in combination with a microwave
If you wish to cook in combination with a microwave,
you should always use enclosed cookware which is
suitable for use in microwaves. If you do not have a lid
that fits your cookware, use a plate or microwave film
for this purpose. Observe the notes on cookware
suitable for microwaves.
Food which lies flat will cook more quickly than food
which is piled high. Arrange the food as flat as possible
in the cookware for this reason.
Cereal products foam a lot during cooking. For all
cereal products, such as rice, use tall cookware with a
lid.
This will help the food retain its flavour. This means that
you can use salt and seasonings sparingly.
If you cannot find any indicated settings for your food
quantity, you should extend or reduce the cooking time
according to the following basic rule: double the
quantity equates to roughly double the cooking time.
Stir or turn the food two to three times during this time.
After heating up the food, leave it to rest for two to three
minutes to compensate for the temperature difference.
The food transfers heat to the cookware. It can become
very hot when only using a microwave for cooking.
Shelf positions
Use the indicated shelf positions.
Cooking on one level
Adhere to the specifications in the table.
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Cooking on two levels
Use 4D hot air. Food on different baking trays placed in
the oven at the same time will not necessarily be ready
at the same time.
■
Universal pan: Level 3
■
Baking tray: Level 1
Accessories
Ensure that you always use suitable accessories and
that they are placed in the oven the right way around.
Wire rack
Slide the wire rack in with the imprint "Microwave"
facing the appliance door, and the outer rail facing
downwards.
Universal pan or baking tray
Slide the universal pan or the baking tray in carefully as
far as the limit stop with the bevelled edge facing the
appliance door.
Greaseproof paper
Only use greaseproof paper that is suitable for the
selected temperature. Always cut greaseproof paper to
size.
Recommended setting values
In the table, you can find the ideal heating types for
various dishes. The temperature and cooking time
depend on the amount and composition of the food.
Setting ranges are indicated for this reason. Try using
the lower values at first. A lower temperature results in
more even browning. You can use a higher setting next
time if necessary.
The setting values apply to dishes placed into a cold
cooking compartment. If you preheat the oven, the
indicated cooking times will be reduced by several
minutes.
If you wish to follow one of your own recipes when
cooking, you can use similar dishes in the table as a
reference.
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Types of heating used:
■
< 4D hot air
■
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■
■
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( Grill, large area
Ý Microwave
Dish
Accessories/cookware
Shelf posi- Type of
tion
heating
Temperature in
°C/ grill setting
MW power in Cooking
watts
time in
mins.
Vegetables, fresh
Vegetables, fresh, 250 g*
Vegetables, fresh, 500 g*
Cookware, covered
Cookware, covered
1
1
Ý
Ý
-
600
600
8-12
12-17
Vegetables, frozen
Spinach, 450 g*
Mixed vegetables, 250 g*
Mixed vegetables, 500 g*
Cookware, covered
Cookware, covered
Cookware, covered
1
1
1
Ý
Ý
Ý
-
600
600
600
13-18
10-14
15-20
Vegetable dishes
Grilled vegetables
Universal pan
3
(
3
-
10-15
Potatoes
Baked potatoes, halved
Baked potatoes, halved, 1 kg
Unpeeled potatoes, whole, 250 g*
Boiled potatoes, quartered, 500 g*
Universal pan
Universal pan
Cookware, covered
Cookware, covered
1
1
1
1
<
7
Ý
Ý
160-180
200-220
-
360
600
600
45-60
15-20
10-13
13-17
Potato products, frozen
Potato rösti
Potato pockets, filled
Croquettes (turn during cooking)
Chips (turn during cooking)
Chips, 500 g
Chips, 2 levels (turn during cooking)
Universal pan
Universal pan
Baking tray
Baking tray
Universal pan
Universal pan + baking tray
2
2
1
1
1
3+1
<
<
<
<
7
<
180-200
200-220
210-230
200-210
250-270
200-220
180
-
20-30
18-28
15-25
20-30
15-20
30-40
Rice
Long-grain rice, 250 g + 500 ml
water
Cookware, covered
1
Ý
-
Brown rice, 250 g + 650 ml water
Cookware, covered
1
Ý
-
Risotto, 250 g + 900 ml water
Cookware, covered
1
Ý
-
600
180
600
180
600
180
7-9
13-16
11-13
25-30
12-14
22-27
Cereals
Couscous, 250 g + 500 ml water
Millet, whole, 250 g + 600 ml
water
Cookware, covered
Cookware, covered
1
1
Ý
Ý
-
Cookware, covered
1
Ý
-
Pearl barley, 250 g + 750 ml water Cookware, covered
1
Ý
-
600
600
180
600
180
600
180
6-8
8-10
10-15
6-8
4-7
11-13
25-30
Egg
Egg custard with 2 eggs
* Stir once or twice while cooking
1
Ý
-
360
6-8
Polenta/corn semolina,
125 g + 500 ml water*
Cookware, covered
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3. Use the settings indicated in the table.
4. As soon as the milk starts to rise, stir thoroughly and
Dessert
You can prepare yogurt and various desserts using
your appliance.
When preparing food in a microwave, always use
cookware which is heat-resistant and suitable for
microwave use. Observe the notes on cookware
suitable for microwaves. ~ "Microwave" on page 17
If you place your cookware onto the wire rack, slide the
wire rack in with the imprint "Microwave" facing the
appliance door and the outer rail facing downwards.
reduce the microwave power as indicated in the
table.
Stir several times whilst it continues to cook.
Compote
Weigh the fruit in a microwave-suitable container and
add a tablespoon of water for every 100 g. Add sugar
and spices according to taste. Cover the container and
use the settings indicated in the table.
Stir two to three times during the cooking time.
Preparing yogurt
Remove accessories and shelves from the cooking
compartment. The cooking compartment must be
empty.
Microwave popcorn
Use flat, heat-resistant glass cookware, e.g. the lid of an
ovenproof dish. Do not use porcelain or heavily curved
plates.
Place the popcorn bag onto the cookware with the
labelled side facing downwards. Use the settings
indicated in the table. The time may need to be
adjusted, depending on the product and quantity in
question.
Remove the popcorn bag after 1^ minutes and shake it
to ensure that the popcorn doesn't burn. Wipe the
cooking compartment clean after preparation.
1. Heat 1 litre of milk (3.5 % fat) to 90 °C on the hob
2.
3.
4.
5.
and then cool down to 40 °C.
It is sufficient to heat UHT milk to 40 °C.
Stir in 150 g (chilled) yogurt.
Pour into cups or small jars and cover with cling film.
Place the cups or jars onto the cooking
compartment floor and use the settings indicated in
the table.
After preparation, leave the yogurt to cool in the
refrigerator.
: Warning – Risk of burns!
Custard made from custard powder
Mix custard powder with milk and sugar in a tall,
microwave-suitable container according to the
information on the packaging. Use the settings
indicated in the table.
As soon as the milk starts to rise, stir thoroughly.
Repeat this step two to three times.
Airtight packaging may burst when food is heated.
Always observe the instructions on the packaging.
Always use oven gloves to remove dishes from the
cooking compartment.
Recommended setting values
Types of heating used:
■
< 4D hot air
■
Ý Microwave
Making rice pudding
1. Weigh the rice and add 4 times as much milk.
2. Pour the rice and milk into a tall container which is
suitable for microwave use.
Dish
Accessories/cookware
Shelf position
Type of
heating
Temperature in °C
Custard made from custard powder*
Yogurt
Cookware, covered
1
Ý
-
MW power in Cooking
watts
time in
mins.
600
5-8
Individual moulds
40-45
-
8-9h
Rice pudding, 125 g + 500 ml
milk*
Cookware, covered
Cooking compart- <
ment floor
1
Ý
-
1
1
-
600
180
600
600
10
20-25
9-12
4-6
Fruit compote, 500 g
Cookware, covered
Microwave popcorn, 1 bag 100 g Cookware, uncovered
each**
* Stir once or twice while cooking
** Place sealed bag on cookware
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Save energy with Eco heating type
When cooking food, you can save energy using the
energy-efficient heating type "Hotair Eco".
Place the food into the empty cooking compartment
before it has heated up. Otherwise, energy optimisation
will not have any effect. Always keep the appliance door
closed when cooking.
Remove unused accessories from the cooking
compartment. This will allow you to achieve ideal
cooking results and save energy.
Only use original accessories supplied with your
appliance. These have been tailored to the cooking
compartment and the operating modes of your
appliance.
Accessories
Ensure that you always use suitable accessories and
that they are placed in the oven the right way around.
Wire rack
Slide the wire rack in with the imprint "Microwave"
facing the appliance door, and the outer rail facing
downwards.
Universal pan or baking tray
Slide the universal pan or the baking tray in carefully as
far as the limit stop with the bevelled edge facing the
appliance door.
Baking tins and cookware
Dark- coloured metal baking tins are most suitable.
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These allow you to make energy savings of up to 35
per cent.
Cookware made from stainless steel or aluminium
reflects heat like a mirror. Non-reflective cookware
made from enamel, heat-resistant glass or coated, diecast aluminium is more suitable.
Tinplate baking tins, ceramic dishes or glass dishes
prolong baking time, and the cake will not brown so
evenly.
Greaseproof paper
Only use greaseproof paper that is suitable for the
selected temperature. Always cut greaseproof paper to
size.
Recommended setting values
Here, you can find specifications for various dishes. The
temperature and baking time are dependent on the
quantity and composition of the dough. Different
settings ranges are indicated for this reason. Try using
the lower values at first. A lower temperature results in
more even browning. If necessary, use a higher setting
the next time.
Note: Baking times can not be reduced by using higher
temperatures. Cakes or baked items would only be
cooked on the outside, but would not be cooked
completely in the middle.
Type of heating used:
■
. Hotair Eco
Dish
Accessories/cookware
Shelf posi- Type of
tion
heating
Temperature in °C
Cooking
time in
mins.
Cakes in tins
Sponge cake in a tin
Sponge flan base
Sponge base, 2 eggs
Sponge flan, 3 eggs
Sponge flan, 6 eggs
Ring tin/cake tin
Flan base tin
Flan base tin
Springform cake tin, diameter 26 cm
Springform cake tin, diameter 28 cm
1
1
1
1
1
.
.
.
.
.
140-160
140-160
150-170
160-170
150-160
60-80
20-40
20-30
25-35
50-60
Cakes on baking trays
Sponge cake with dry topping
Shortcrust tart with dry topping
Baking tray
Baking tray
1
1
.
.
160-180
170-180
20-40
25-35
Small baked items
Muffins
Small cakes
Puff pastry
Choux pastry
Biscuits
Whirls
Muffin tray
Baking tray
Baking tray
Baking tray
Baking tray
Baking tray
2
1
2
1
2
2
.
.
.
.
.
.
160-180
150-160
170-190
200-220
140-160
140-150
15-30
25-35
25-50
35-45
15-30
25-40
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Acrylamide in foodstuffs
Acrylamide is mainly produced in grain and potato
products prepared at high temperatures, such as potato
crisps, chips, sliced bread, bread rolls, bread or fine
baked goods (biscuits, gingerbread, spiced biscuit).
Tips for keeping acrylamide to a minimum
General
■
Keep cooking times as short as possible.
■
Cook food until it is golden brown, but not too dark.
■
Large, thick pieces of food contain less acrylamide.
Baking
With top/bottom heating at max. 200 °C.
With hot air at max. 180 °C.
Biscuits
With top/bottom heating at max. 190 °C.
With hot air at max. 170 °C.
Egg or egg yolk reduces the production of acrylamide.
Oven chips
Spread out a single layer evenly on the baking tray. Cook at least 400 g at once on a baking tray so that
the chips do not dry out.
Drying
With 4D hot air, you can dry foods with outstanding
results. With this type of preserving, flavourings are
concentrated by the dehydration.
Only use unblemished fruit, vegetables and herbs and
wash them thoroughly. Line the wire rack with
greaseproof paper or parchment paper. Drain the
excess water from the fruit and dry it.
If necessary, cut it into equal chunks or thin slices.
Place unpeeled fruit onto the dish with the sliced
surfaces facing upwards. Ensure that neither fruit nor
mushrooms overlap on the wire rack.
Grate vegetables and then blanch them. Allow the
blanched vegetables to drain off and distribute them
evenly on the wire rack.
Dry herbs on the stem. Position the herbs evenly and
slightly heaped on the wire rack.
Turn very juicy fruit and vegetables several times. After
drying, remove the dried products from the paper
immediately.
Recommended setting values
In the table, you can find settings for drying various
foodstuffs. The temperature and cooking time are
dependent on the type, moisture, ripeness and
thickness of the food to be dried. The longer you leave
the food to be dried, the better it will be preserved. The
thinner the slices are, the quicker the drying process
will be and the more aromatic the dried food will
remain. Setting ranges are indicated for this reason.
If you wish to dry additional foodstuffs, you should use
similar foodstuffs in the table as a reference.
Type of heating used:
■
< 4D hot air
Use the following shelf positions for drying:
■
1 wire rack: Level 2
■
2 wire racks: Level 3+1
Dish
Accessories
Shelf posi- Type of
tion
heating
Temperature in °C
Pomes (apple rings, 3 mm thick, 200 g per
wire rack)
Stone fruit (plums)
Root vegetables (carrots), grated, blanched
Sliced mushrooms
Herbs, washed
Wire rack
2
<
80
Cooking
time in
hours
4-7
Wire rack
Wire rack
Wire rack
1-2 wire racks
2
2
2
-
<
<
<
<
80
80
60
60
8-10
4-7
6-8
2-6
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with clamps. Place the jars into the universal pan so
that they do not touch each other. Pour 500 ml hot
water (approx. 80 °C) into the universal pan. Use the
settings indicated in the table.
Preserving
You can preserve fruit and vegetables using your
appliance.
: Warning – Risk of injury!
Ending the preserving process
Fruit
After a short while, small bubbles will form at short
intervals. Switch off the appliance once all preserving
jars are bubbling. Remove the jars from the cooking
compartment after the indicated cooling time.
Vegetables
After a short while, small bubbles will form at short
intervals. As soon as all preserving jars are bubbling,
reduce the temperature to 120 °C and allow the jars to
continue to bubble in the closed cooking compartment
as indicated in the table. After this time has elapsed,
switch off the appliance and make use of the residual
heat for several minutes as indicated in the table.
After preserving, remove the jars from the cooking
compartment and place them onto a clean cloth. Do not
place these hot jars onto a cold or damp surface, as
they may crack. Cover the preserving jars to protect
them from draughts. Only remove the clamps once the
jars are cold.
If the food is preserved incorrectly, the preserving jars
may burst. Follow the instructions for preserving.
Jars
Use only clean and undamaged preserving jars. Only
use heat-resistant, clean and undamaged rubber rings.
Check clips and clamps in advance.
For each preserving process, only use preserving jars
that are the same size and contain the same food. In
the cooking compartment, you can preserve the
contents of a maximum of six ^, 1 or 1^-litre
preserving jars at the same time. Do not use jars that
are larger or taller than this. The lids could rupture.
Preserving jars must not touch one another in the
cooking compartment during the preserving process.
Preparing fruit and vegetables
Only use fruit and vegetables that are in good condition.
Wash them thoroughly.
Peel, core and chop fruit and vegetables appropriate to
their type and fill the preserving jars with them up to
approx. 2 cm below the rim.
Recommended setting values
The indicated times in the settings table are average
values for preserving fruit and vegetables. They may be
influenced by room temperature, the number of jars,
quantity, heat and quality of the jar contents. The
specifications are based on 1-litre round jars. Before
you switch off the appliance or change the cooking
mode, check whether the contents of the jars are
bubbling as they should. The bubbling process starts
after approx. 30-60 minutes.
Fruit
Fill the preserving jars with the fruit along with a hot,
skimmed sugar solution (approx. 400 ml for a 1-litre
jar). For one litre of water:
■
Approx. 250 g sugar for sweet fruit
■
Approx. 500 g sugar for sour fruit
Vegetables
Fill the jars with the vegetables along with hot, boiled
water.
Wipe the rims of the jars, as they must be clean. Place
a damp rubber ring and a lid on each jar. Seal the jars
Type of heating used:
■
< 4D hot air
Dish
Cookware
Shelf posi- Type of
tion
heating
Temperature in °C
Cooking time in mins.
Preserving
Vegetables, e.g. carrots
1-litre preserving jars
1
<
Vegetables, e.g. cucumbers
1-litre preserving jars
1
<
Stone fruit, e.g. cherries, damsons 1-litre preserving jars
1
<
Pomes, e.g. apples, strawberries
1
<
160-170
120
160-170
160-170
160-170
-
Before it starts bubbling: 30-40
When it starts to bubble: 30-40
Residual heat: 30
Before it starts bubbling: 30-40
Residual heat: 30
Before it starts bubbling: 30-40
Residual heat: 35
Before it starts bubbling: 30-40
Residual heat: 25
1-litre preserving jars
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Defrosting
Use the "Microwave" operation mode to defrost frozen
fruit, vegetables, poultry, meat, fish and baked items.
Remove the frozen food from its packaging and place it
onto the wire rack in cookware suitable for microwave
use. Observe the notes on cookware suitable for
microwaves. ~ "Microwave" on page 17
Slide the wire rack in with the imprint "Microwave"
facing the appliance door and the outer rail facing
downwards.
Remove unused accessories from the cooking
compartment. This will allow you to achieve optimum
cooking results and save energy.
Recommended setting values
The times in the table are average values. They are
dependent on the quality, freezing temperature (-18 °C)
and composition of the food. Time ranges are indicated.
Set the shortest time first and then extend the time if
necessary. You can often achieve better results when
defrosting in several steps. These are indicated one
below the other in the table.
Tip: Items which were frozen flat or portioned defrost
faster than those frozen in a block.
Stir the food or turn it once or twice in between. Large
pieces of food should be turned several times.
Occasionally split the food or remove items which have
already defrosted from the cooking compartment.
Leave the defrosted food to rest for another 10 to 30
minutes in the appliance whilst it is switched off, so that
the temperature balances out.
Tip: If you have quantities other than those indicated in
the settings table, this basic rule will help: double the
quantity equates to roughly double the cooking time.
Type of heating used:
■
Ý Microwave
Dish
Accessories/cookware
Shelf posi- Type of
tion
heating
MW power in Cooking
watts
time in
mins.
Bread, bread rolls
Bread, 500 g
Cookware, uncovered
1
Ý
Bread rolls
Wire rack
1
Ý
180
90
180
90
3
10-15
5-10
5-10
Cake
Cake, moist, 500 g
Cookware, uncovered
1
Ý
Cake, dry, 750 g*
Cookware, uncovered
1
Ý
180
90
180
90
5
15-20
2
10-15
Meat and poultry
Chicken, whole, 1.2 kg*
Cookware, uncovered
1
Ý
Poultry portions, 250 g*
Cookware, uncovered
1
Ý
Duck, 2 kg*
Cookware, uncovered
1
Ý
Whole pieces of meat, e.g. joint (raw meat),
800 g
Cookware, uncovered
1
Ý
Whole pieces of meat, e.g. joint (raw meat),
1 kg*
Cookware, uncovered
1
Ý
Whole pieces of meat, e.g. joint (raw meat),
1.5 kg*
Cookware, uncovered
1
Ý
Meat, in pieces or slices, e.g. goulash (raw
meat), 500 g*
Cookware, uncovered
1
Ý
180
90
180
90
180
90
180
90
180
90
180
90
180
90
10
10-15
3
5-10
10
30-40
15
10-15
15
20-30
15
25-35
8
5-10
* Turn halfway through cooking time
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Dish
Accessories/cookware
Shelf posi- Type of
tion
heating
Minced meat, mixed, 200 g*
Minced meat, mixed, 500 g*
Cookware, uncovered
Cookware, uncovered
1
1
Ý
Ý
Minced meat, mixed, 800 g*
Cookware, uncovered
1
Ý
Fish
Fish, whole, 300 g*
Cookware, uncovered
1
Ý
Fish fillet, 400 g*
Cookware, uncovered
1
Ý
Fruit, vegetables
Berries, 300 g
Vegetables, 600 g
Cookware, uncovered
Cookware, uncovered
1
1
Cookware, uncovered
1
Miscellaneous
Defrosting butter, 125 g
* Turn halfway through cooking time
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MW power in Cooking
watts
time in
mins.
90
8-15
180
5
90
10-15
180
10
90
15-20
180
90
180
90
3
10-15
5
10-15
Ý
Ý
180
180
90
5-10
10
8-13
Ý
90
7-9
Heating food in a microwave
: Warning – Risk of scalding!
Using the microwave, you can heat food, or defrost and
heat it in a single step.
Take ready-to-eat meals out of the packaging. The food
will heat up more quickly and evenly in cookware that is
suitable for microwaves. The various components of a
dish may require different times to heat up.
Food which lies flat will cook more quickly than food
which is piled high. Arrange the food as flat as possible
in the cookware for this reason. Food should not be
vertically stacked.
Cover the food. This will ensure better cooking results. If
you do not have a lid that fits your cookware, use a
plate or microwave film for this purpose.
Stir food two to three times during cooking and turn it if
necessary. After heating food up, leave it to rest for 1 to
2 minutes to compensate for the temperature
difference.
If you are heating up baby food, place the bottle onto
the wire rack without the teat or the lid. After heating up,
shake well or stir and be sure to check the temperature.
The food transfers heat to the cookware. It can become
very hot when only using the microwave for preparation.
Caution!
Creation of sparks: Metal – e.g. a spoon in a glass –
must be kept at least 2 cm from the cooking
compartment walls and the inside of the door. Sparks
can irreparably damage the glass on the inside of the
door.
There is a possibility of delayed boiling when a liquid is
heated. This means that the liquid reaches boiling
temperature without the usual steam bubbles rising to
the surface. Even if the container only vibrates a little,
the hot liquid may suddenly boil over and spatter. When
heating, always place a spoon in the container. This will
prevent delayed boiling.
Tip: If you have quantities other than those indicated in
the settings table, this basic rule will help: double the
quantity equates to roughly double the cooking time.
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Recommended setting values
In the table, you can find the setting values for heating
various drinks and foodstuffs up in the microwave. The
times specified are only average values. These depend
on the cookware used, the quality, temperature and
composition of the food in question. Time ranges are
indicated. Set the shortest time first and then extend the
time if necessary.
The values in the table apply to food placed into a cold
cooking compartment.
If no values are indicated for your food, use similar
foods in the table as orientation.
Remove any accessories from the cooking
compartment which are not being used. This will ensure
optimum cooking results and will also save energy.
Wipe the cooking compartment clean after cooking.
Type of heating used:
■
Ý Microwave
Dish
Cookware
Shelf posi- Type of
tion
heating
MW power in Cooking
watts
time in
mins.
Heating drinks
200 ml (stir well)
400 ml (stir well)
Cookware, uncovered
Cookware, uncovered
1
1
Ý
Ý
1000
1000
1-3
2-6
Heating baby food
Baby bottles, 150 ml (stir well)
Cookware, uncovered
1
Ý
360
1-3
Vegetables, chilled
250 g
Cookware, covered
1
Ý
600
3-8
Vegetables, frozen
loose, 250 g
Creamed spinach, frozen block, 450 g
Cookware, covered
Cookware, covered
1
1
Ý
Ý
600
600
8-12
11-16
Cookware, covered
Cookware, covered
Cookware, covered
1
1
1
Ý
Ý
Ý
600
600
600
4-8
5-7
5-10
Cookware, uncovered
1
Ý
600
5-10
Cookware, covered
Cookware, covered
Cookware, covered
1
1
1
Ý
Ý
Ý
600
1000
600
11-15
2-4
7-10
Cookware, covered
1
Ý
600
11-15
Dishes, chilled
Plated meal, 1 portion
Soup, stew, 400 ml
Side dishes, e.g. pasta, dumplings, potatoes,
rice
Bakes, 400 g, e.g. lasagne, potato gratin
Dishes, frozen
Plated meal, 1 portion
Soup, stew, 200 ml (stir well)
Side dishes, 500 g, e.g. pasta, dumplings,
potatoes, rice
Bakes, 400 g, e.g. lasagne, potato gratin
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Test dishes
These tables have been produced for test institutes to
facilitate the inspection of the appliance.
As per EN 60350-1:2013 and IEC 60350-1:2011 and
as per standard EN 60705:2012, IEC 60705:2010.
Baking
Baked items that are placed into the oven on trays or in
baking tins/dishes at the same time will not necessarily
be ready at the same time.
Shelf positions for baking on two levels:
■
Universal pan: Level 3
Baking tray: Level 1
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Hot water sponge cake
Hot water sponge cake on two levels: vertically stack
springform cake tins in an offset manner on the wire
racks.
Notes
■
The setting values apply to dishes placed into a cold
cooking compartment.
■
Please note the information in the tables about
preheating. The setting values are valid without rapid
heating-up.
■
For baking, use the lower of the indicated
temperatures first.
Type of heating used:
■
< 4D hot air
Double-crusted apple pie
Double- crusted apple pie on one level: place darkcoloured springform cake tins diagonally next to each
other.
Dish
Accessories/cookware
Baking
Whirls
Baking tray
Small cakes
Baking tray
Small cakes, 2 levels
Universal pan + baking tray
Hot water sponge cake
Springform cake tin, diameter 26 cm
Double-crusted apple pie
2 x black plate tins, diameter 20 cm
* Preheat for 5 mins, do not use quick heat function
** Preheat, do not use quick heat function
Grilling
Also slide in the universal pan. The liquid will be caught
and the cooking compartment stays cleaner.
Shelf posi- Type of
tion
heating
Temperature in °C
Cooking
time in
mins.
1
1
3+1
1
1
140-150*
150*
140*
160-170**
160-170
25-35
25-35
35-45
30-45
70-80
<
<
<
<
<
Type of heating used:
■
( Grill, large area
Dish
Accessories
Shelf posi- Type of
tion
heating
Grill
Cooking
setting time in
mins.
Grilling
Browning toast
Beefburgers, x 12*
* Turn after 2/3 of the total time
Wire rack
Wire rack
3
2
3
3
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3-6
20-30
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Preparing food with a microwave
When preparing food in a microwave, always use
cookware which is heat-resistant and suitable for
microwave use. Observe the notes on cookware
suitable for microwaves. ~ "Microwave" on page 17
If you place your cookware onto the wire rack, slide the
wire rack in with the imprint "Microwave" facing the
appliance door and the outer rail facing downwards.
Types of heating used:
< 4D hot air
■
7 Circulated air grilling
■
Ý Microwave
■
Dish
Accessories/cookware
Shelf posi- Type of
tion
heating
Temperature in °C
MW power in Cooking
watts
time in
mins.
Microwave defrosting
Meat
Cookware, uncovered
1
Ý
-
180
90
5
10-15
Microwave cooking
Egg wash
Cookware, uncovered
1
Ý
-
Sponge flan
Meat loaf
Cookware, uncovered
Cookware, uncovered
1
1
Ý
Ý
-
360
180
600
600
20
20-25
7-9
22-27
Combined microwave cooking
Potato gratin
Cake
Chicken
Cookware, uncovered
Cookware, uncovered
Cookware, uncovered
1
1
1
7
<
7
150-170
190-210
180-200
360
180
360
25-30
12-18
25-35
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