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Miwell-Combi XSL
Operating instructions
Tips on settings, AutomaticPlus
Tips on settings
Symbols used
Operating mode
/
Cooking space temperature/Grill setting
Microwave operating mode
W
Microwave power in watt
Preheat until the cooking space temperature is reached.
˚C
Preheat empty CombiCrunch plate for 3 mins.
mins. Duration in minutes
Accessories
AutomaticPlus
A–I
1–7
Preparation method
Food group
The following grill settings are available:
• 1 low
• 2 medium
• 3 high
Entries in the
column only apply if preparing food using the «AutomaticPlus» operating mode.
Follow the advice given in AUTOMATICPLUS in the operating instructions for the appliance.
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Operating modes
Operating mode
Symbol
Operating mode
Symbol
Hot air
CombiCrunch
Grill
AutomaticPlus
Grill-forced convection
Combi mode hot air
+
Power&Favorit
Combi mode grill
+
Microwave
Combi mode grill-forced convection
+
Optimal use
The recommended cooking space temperatures and accessories given in recipe books are, in part, not optimal for this
appliance. In the following tables, you will find information on how to get the best use out of your appliance and on suitable
cookware.
➤
Always place the food in the centre of the glass turntable.
➤
Cover liquid or steaming food, unless it should remain crispy.
➤
Food containing little liquid must be covered over when being heated up to prevent it drying out.
➤
Stir or turn the food halfway through time.
➤
At the end of cooking, allow the food to stand in the cooking space for more even heating (standing time).
➤
Avoid opening the appliance door frequently.
Several small portions heat faster and more evenly than a single large portion.
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See the SAFETY PRECAUTIONS section of these operating instructions.
Porcelain cookware with cavities which can fill with water can crack. Follow the manufacturers’ instructions.
Always use the turntable roller and the glass turntable in combination with the other accessories.
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Wire shelf low/high
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✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
Food cover
✓
✓
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Baking tray
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✓
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Porcelain without metal parts or
metal decor
✓
✓
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✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
Heat-resistant glass
✓
✓
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✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
Microwave-safe plastic
✓
✓
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Microwave-safe cling film
✓
✓
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Silicon baking mould
✓
✓
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✓
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✓
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Metal cookware
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✓
✓
✓
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Ready meal packaging
✓
✓
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✓
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✓
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CombiCrunch plate
Meat thermometer
✓
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✓
Note
In the scope of
delivery.
➤
Follow the
manufacturers’
instructions.
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Heating up
Quantity
Milk *
2 dl
Beverages *
2 dl
Plated meal
Soup *
300 g
550 g
3–5 dl
Lasagne
400–500 g
Baked dish
400–500 g
Gratin
400–500 g
Pasta **
200–300 g
Rice **
150–300 g
Vegetables
250–400 g
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*
**
➤
➤
A3
A3
A1
A1
A2
A1
A1
A1
A1
A1
A1
˚C
/
W
mins.
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–
650
no
1½–2
–
–
800
no
1½–2
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–
800
no
2½–3
–
–
800
no
4–5
–
–
800
no
2–6
–
–
800
no
5–6
–
–
800
no
5–6
–
–
800
no
5–6
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–
800
no
2–3
–
–
800
no
1½–3
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–
800
no
1½–3
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Allow about 2 minutes’ standing time after cooking.
When heating liquids, place a teaspoon in the vessel to prevent delayed boiling (or superboiling).
Add liquid.
5
Defrosting
Quantity
Small sausages *
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W
˚C
mins.
–
–
–
–
150
no
5–8
Minced meat *
500 g
–
–
150
no
10–15
Joint of meat *
800 g
–
–
150
no
18–25
Chicken parts *
600 g
–
–
150
no
12–20
Fish *
400 g
–
–
150
no
7–10
Spinach *
300 g
B1
B1
B2
B3
B4
–
–
150
no
6–8
Berries
200 g
–
–
–
150
no
4–5
Bread loaf
500 g
B5
–
–
150
no
6–7
Bread roll
4×
50 g each
–
–
–
150
no
2–3
➤
➤
*
➤
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Use as shallow a container as possible for freezing.
Allow about 4 minutes’ standing time after defrosting to ensure food is completely defrosted.
Turn halfway through time.
6
Defrosting and cooking simultaneously
Quantity
/
W
˚C
mins.
300–350 g
D3
–
–
–
no
6–8
Hamburgers
2–4
–
–
–
–
no
5–8
Fish fingers
200–300 g
–
–
–
–
no
5–8
Chicken nuggets
200–600 g
–
–
–
3 mins.
6–12
400 g
D4
D1
–
–
–
no
15–16
Mixed vegetables *
200–500 g
E3
–
–
800
no
4–8
Fruit compote
200–400 g
–
–
–
650
no
4–7
400 g
–
–
–
650
no
13–17
Pizza
Chips
Lasagne
➤
*
➤
–
Follow the frozen food manufacturers’ recommendations.
Turn halfway through time.
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Meat, poultry, fish
Quantity
/
W
˚C
mins.
Roast beef
1 kg
–
165–175
–
–
no
60–75
Meat loaf
1 kg
–
180–190
–
–
no
50–80
Chicken
1 kg
–
225
350
no
30–32
Chicken breast
125–300 g
–
2
350
no
5–7
Whole fish
500–600 g
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3
350
no
15–20
Fillet of fish
400–500 g
–
–
–
no
5–9
–
8
Fresh vegetables
Quantity
/
W
˚C
mins.
–
–
800
no
5–10
–
–
800
no
3–10
300–400 g
E3
E3
E3
–
–
800
no
4–8
Tomatoes *
400 g
–
–
–
800
no
2–3
Aubergines
400 g
–
–
–
–
no
6–8
Sweet peppers
2–4×
–
–
–
–
no
10–15
Zucchetti
250 g
–
–
–
–
no
4–5
250 g
–
–
–
no
8–12
500 g
D2
D2
–
–
–
no
15–18
1×
250 g each
E1
–
–
–
no
7–8
Broccoli
300–500 g
Cauliflower
300–500 g
Carrots
Chopped potatoes
Baked potatoes *
*
➤
Prick with a fork before cooking. Turn halfway through time.
Popcorn
Quantity
Popcorn
➤
100 g
E5
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/
W
–
850
˚C
no
mins.
2
–
Follow the manufacturers’ recommendations.
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Cooking and baking
Quantity
/
800 g
–
170–180
800 g
F3
190–200
Bisquit
–
–
170–180
Linzertorte
–
–
Puff pastries with a filling
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Muffins
–
Mailänderli (butter biscuits)
W
–
˚C
mins.
–
yes
50–70
50–100
no
30–35
–
–
no
30–35
170–180
–
–
no
40–50
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210–220
–
–
no
25–30
180–190
–
–
no
25–35
–
F5
F6
160–170
–
–
no
15–20
Macaroons
–
–
160–170
–
–
no
15–20
Bruschetta
–
–
220–230
–
–
no
10–15
Garlic bread
–
–
220–230
–
–
no
10–15
Cake
*
* Use glass, porcelain or silicon cookware. Do not use metal cookware.
10
Cooking and baking
Quantity
/
W
˚C
mins.
Fruit flan
–
–
190–200
–
–
no
40–50
Savoury flan
–
–
180–190
–
–
no
45–55
–
–
220–230
–
–
no
25–35
–
D3
–
no
10–15
500 g–1 kg
F2
210–230
–
–
no
30–35
Bread roll
–
–
220–230
–
–
no
15–20
Pre-baked bread rolls
–
F1
220–230
–
–
no
10–15
Lasagne
for 4
persons
–
180–200
350
no
25–30
Baked dish
for 4
persons
–
180–200
350
no
25–30
Gratin
for 4
persons
–
2
350
no
25–30
–
–
3
350
no
7–12
Fresh pizza
Bread
Gratinated vegetables
–
–
*
* Use glass, porcelain or silicon cookware. Do not use metal cookware.
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AutomaticPlus
Preparation method
Food group
Quantity
Note
➤
A1
A Regenerating
B Defrosting
C Keep warm
A2
A3
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
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Plated meal
Frozen plated meal
Frozen lasagne
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Suitable for 250–600 g of
food.
Soup
200–800 g
Beverages
100–500 g
Meat
100 g–2000 g
Chicken
100 g–2500 g
Fish
100 g–2000 g
Vegetables
100 g–2000 g
Bread
100 g–1000 g
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Pierce ready meal
packaging with a fork
before cooking.
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–
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/
➤
Cover food with
aluminum foil if
necessary.
➤
Do not use plastic film.
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12
Preparation method
D Crispy baking
Food group
D1 Chips
D2 Country potatoes
D3 Pizza
Quantity
Note
200–500 g
/
200–500 g
300–800 g
–
Chicken nuggets
Chicken wings
200–600 g
/
D5 Frozen aperitif nibbles
200–800 g
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D4
➤
E1 Baked potatoes
200–1000 g
Prick with a fork before
cooking.
/
E Cooking
E2 Fresh vegetables
200–800 g
E3 Frozen vegetables
200–800 g
E4 Tinned vegetables
200–600 g
E5 Popcorn
–
➤
Add liquid.
/
➤
–
Take the vegetables out
of the tin before cooking.
Suitable for 100 g of
popcorn.
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Preparation method
Food group
F1 Croissants
F2 Bread
F3 Cake
Quantity
Note
–
–
400–800 g
Use glass,
porcelain or
silicon cookware.
Do not use metal
cookware.
500 g–1000 g
F Baking
F4
F5
F6
F7
G Melting
Soufflés, ø 19 cm
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Muffins, ø 5–6 cm
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Biscuits
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Meringues, ø 4 cm
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Butter
Margarine
50–250 g
G2 Chocolate
50–250 g
G1
–
–
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Preparation method
H Softening
Food group
H1
Butter
Margarine
H2 Ice cream
I Warming plates
–
–
Quantity
50–250 g
Note
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/
250–1000 g
2–8
For flat plates.
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Validity
The model number corresponds to the first 3 digits on the identification plate.
These operating instructions apply to the model:
Type
MWC-XSL/60
Model no.
Size system
939
60-450
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