EN USER GUIDE
Oven
Dear Customer,
When you discover De Dietrich products you experience the same feelings
that only objects of value can arouse.
You are immediately attracted as soon as you see them. The quality of the
design is illustrated by its timelessness, degree of refinement and elegance,
and high standard of finish, resulting in perfect harmony between different
appliances.
Then comes the irresistible urge to touch. De Dietrich design makes the most
of sturdy and noble materials; priority is given to authenticity.
By combining the most advanced technologies with the best materials,
De Dietrich makes products of the highest quality for the benefit of all those
who love cooking.
We hope you are extremely satisfied with this new appliance and will be happy
to receive your suggestions and to answer your questions. Please contact our
customer service department or use our Internet site.
We invite you to register your product at www.de-dietrich.com to take
advantage of all the benefits the brand has to offer.
Thanking you for your confidence.
De Dietrich
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Visit La Galerie De Dietrich, 6 rue de la Pépinière in Paris
Open Tuesday to Saturday 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Customer Service: 0892 02 88 04
Warning:
Before installing and using your appliance, please read this Installation and Use Guide
carefully, which will allow you to quickly familiarise yourself with the appliance’s operation.
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CONTENTS
1 / DESCRIPTION OF YOUR APPLIANCE
• Introduction to your oven ____________________________________
• Introduction to the programmer ______________________________
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2 / USING YOUR APPLIANCE
• Using the programmer
º Resetting the time ______________________________________
º Immediate cooking _____________________________________
• Programmed cooking
º Immediate start ________________________________________
º Delayed start __________________________________________
• Using the “minute minder” function ___________________________
• Locking the controls ________________________________________
• Standby mode _____________________________________________
• Adjusting screen contrast ___________________________________
• Demo mode _______________________________________________
• Starting and stopping the turntable ___________________________
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3 / OVEN COOKING MODES _______________________________________
• Microwave ________________________________________________
º Using the power levels __________________________________
º Heating on two levels ___________________________________
º The “keep warm” function _______________________________
º Defrosting ____________________________________________
º Defrost Guide _________________________________________
º Fan cooking + Microwave ________________________________
º Grill+Microwave ________________________________________
º Turbo grill _____________________________________________
º Fan cooking ___________________________________________
º Automatic ICS function__________________________________
º Guide to the automatic ICS function _______________________
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4 / FUNCTION SUITABILITY TESTS _________________________________
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5 / AFTER-SALES SERVICE
• Service calls ______________________________________________
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1 / DESCRIPTION OF YOUR APPLIANCE
• INTRODUCTION TO YOUR OVEN
A
W
B
3
2
1
A
Programmer
B
Control knob
C
Wire shelf supports
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1 / DESCRIPTION OF YOUR APPLIANCE
• INTRODUCTION TO THE PROGRAMMER
A
B
D
C
E
F
G
H
I
A
Cooking mode display
F
B
Cooking time symbol
G Shelf /Stop turntable symbol
C
Cooking time/”minute minder” display
H Keypad locking symbol (child safety device)
D
“Minute minder” symbol
I
E
End of cooking time symbol
A
B
Clock display
Oven temperature display
C
A
Temperature/power setting touch button
B
Time, cooking time, end of cooking time and “minute minder” touch button
C
Stop touch button
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2 / USING YOUR APPLIANCE
• USING THE PROGRAMMER
•Resetting the time
1
1 - When power is switched on
The display flashes 12:00.
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2 - Set the time using the knob.
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Example: 12:30.
3 - Press the knob to confirm.
The display stops flashing.
3
- To alter the time on the clock
4 - Press the
button for a few
seconds until the display flashes and then
release it.
A beep indicates that the time may now be
set.
4
5 - Adjust the time, using the knob.
Press the knob to confirm.
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Warning
If the setting is not confirmed, the
adjustment will automatically be saved in
the appliance’s memory after a few
seconds.
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2 / USING YOUR APPLIANCE
• USING THE PROGRAMMER
•Immediate cooking
2
— The programmer should only display the
time. It should not be flashing.
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1 - Use the knob to select the required
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cooking setting.
2 - Example:
—> Power setting 1000W.
3 - Confirm by pressing the knob once.
1 - The cooking time flashes in the display.
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2
3
4
2 - Set the cooking time, using the knob.
3 - Example: 1mn30s
4 - Confirm by pressing the knob.
Cooking starts.
The power or temperature setting may be
changed.
1 - Press the
W
touch button until the
display flashes and then release it.
1
W
2
2 - When the (1000W) power setting
flashes you may adjust it.
3 - Set the power, using the knob.
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4 - Example: 800 Watts
- Confirm by pressing the knob.
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2 / USING YOUR APPLIANCE
• PROGRAMMED COOKING
- Cooking with immediate start and a set
cooking time
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3
4
W
- Select the desired cooking mode and adjust
the temperature (see paragraph: “Immediate
cooking”).
1 - Press the
1
button.
2 - The display flashes
that a setting may be entered.
to indicate
3 - Using the knob, set the cooking time.
4 - Example: 2 minutes.
Press the knob to confirm.
5 - At the end of the (programmed)
cooking time:
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- the oven stops,
flashes,
- a series of beeps are emitted for a few
minutes. The beeps can be stopped by
pressing any button.
Warning
All cooking is done with the door closed.
After a cooking cycle, the cooling fan continues to run for a time, in order to guarantee
optimum oven reliability.
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2 / USING YOUR APPLIANCE
• PROGRAMMED COOKING
- Cooking with delayed start and
selected end of cooking time
1
2
W
Proceed as for programmed cooking.
1 - Press the
button until the cooking
end time indicator flashes.
3
2 - The end of cooking time indicator
4
flashes to indicate that it may now be set.
3 - Turn the knob to set the end of
cooking time.
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4 - Example: end of cooking time 1:30 p.m.
5 - Press the knob to confirm.
The end of cooking time will automatically be
saved in the appliance’s memory after a few
seconds.
The end of cooking time display stops
flashing.
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- The display returns to the time of day.
6 - An animated display indicates that the
oven is in delayed cooking mode.
The light inside the oven comes on when
cooking starts and goes out at the end of
cooking.
Once these 3 steps have been completed, the
oven heating start time is delayed so that
cooking ends at 13:30.
At the end of the (programmed) cooking time:
- The oven stops and the cooking time
symbol and 0:00 flash.
- A series of beeps are emitted for a few
minutes. The beeps can be stopped by
pressing any button.
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2 / USING YOUR APPLIANCE
• USING THE “MINUTE MINDER” FUNCTION
- Your oven’s programmer can be used as an
independent timer that allows you to count
down time without using the oven.
1
W
In this case, the “minute minder” display
takes priority over the clock display.
1 - Press the
touch button three times.
2 - The “minute minder” symbol
and
2
0m00s flash.
- Set the time using the knob.
- Press the knob again to confirm, or wait for
a few seconds.
The display stops flashing after a few
seconds and the “minute minder” starts to
run, counting down the time in seconds.
Once the time is up, the minute minder emits
a series of beeps to let you know.
The beeps can be stopped by pressing any
touch button.
Warning
The “minute minder” programme setting may be modified or cancelled at any time.
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2 / USING YOUR APPLIANCE
• LOCKING THE CONTROLS (CHILD SAFETY)
OVEN OFF
You have the option of preventing access to
the oven controls by taking the following
steps:
1
W
1 when the oven is off, press the STOP
and
buttons simultaneously for a few
seconds.
2 A “padlock” will then be displayed in the
screen
- Access to the oven controls is blocked.
To unlock them, simultaneously press the
STOP and
buttons for a few seconds.
2
The oven controls are once again accessible.
Warning
You cannot lock the oven if you have programmed a cooking cycle.
• THE “STANDBY MODE” FUNCTION
- Your oven is equipped with a standby function
- The display shows the time of day.
- After 4 minutes with no action by the user, the oven display switches over to standby mode.
None of the touch buttons on the display can be activated.
To reactivate the display, use the function selector.
- The oven display is once again operational and you can start cooking again.
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2 / USING YOUR APPLIANCE
• ADJUSTING THE DISPLAY CONTRAST
-Set the time to 00:10 (see “Resetting the
time” on p.6)
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1 - Press the
button until -CO- is
displayed.
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2 - Adjust the contrast, using the knob.
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3 - Press the knob to confirm.
• DEMO MODE
- Set the time to 00:00 (see “Resetting the
time” on p.6)
1 - Press the
1
and STOP buttons
simultaneously for 10 seconds until DEMO
appears in the display.
- To return to normal mode, press the
and STOP buttons again until
disappears from the display.
DEMO
Warning
When the oven is in DEMO mode the
heating elements are inactive.
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2 / USING YOUR APPLIANCE
• STOPPING AND STARTING THE TURNTABLE
If you think that there is insufficient space for
the turntable to rotate freely in the oven, you
can stop it before or during the programme.
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1
Stopping the turntable
- To stop the turntable rotating, press and
hold the knob. The
(stop) symbol
appears in the display.
• Restarting the turntable
- Once again, press and hold the knob until
the
symbol disappears from the display.
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3 / OVEN COOKING MODES
MICROWAVE
(recommended power setting 1000 W, min 100 W, max 1000 W)
DEFROST
(fixed power setting: 200 W)
FAN COOKING + MICROWAVE
(recommended temperature: 200°C, min 50°C, max 250°C;recommended power
setting: 500 W, min 100 W, max 500 W)
MEDIUM GRILL + MICROWAVE
(recommended position 2 - min 1 - max 2 and recommended power setting 500 W,
min 100 W, max 700 W)
HIGH GRILL + MICROWAVE
(recommended position 4 - min 1 - max 4 and recommended power setting 500 W,
min 100 W, max 700 W)
KEEP WARM
(fixed power setting: 100 W)
HIGH-POWER GRILL
(recommended position 3 - min 1 - max 3)
•Cooking controlled by the upper element without the fan.
•Preheat the oven for five minutes.
•Recommended for browning vegetable dishes, pasta, fruit, etc., placed under the grill.
* Sequence(s) used to obtain the results indicated on the energy label in compliance with European
standard EN 50304 and in accordance with European Directive 2002/40/EC.
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3 / OVEN COOKING MODES
TURBO GRILL
(recommended temperature 200°C, min 50°C, max 200°C)
•Cooking is done by the upper element and the fan.
•Preheating is unnecessary. Roasts and poultry are juicy and crisp all over.
•Slide the drip tray onto the bottom shelf support.
•Recommended for searing and fully cooking legs of lamb, beef roasts. To retain the
moist texture of fish steaks.
MEDIUM GRILL
(recommended position 2 - min 1 - max 3)
•Cooking controlled by the upper element without the fan.
•Preheat the oven for five minutes.
•Recommended for browning vegetable dishes, pasta, fruit, etc., placed under the grill.
FAN COOKING
(recommended temperature 200°C, min 50°C, max 250°C)
•Cooking is controlled by the heating element at the bottom of the oven and by the fan.
•Rapid temperature increase: Some dishes can be placed in the oven while it is still cold.
•This is recommended to retain moisture in white meat, fish and vegetables.
For cooking multiple items on up to 2 levels.
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• MICROWAVE
USING THE POWER LEVELS
Power
Use
1000W / 900W
Quickly reheating drinks, water, dishes containing a lot of water.
Cooking foods containing a lot of water (soups, sauces, tomatoes,
etc.)
800W / 700W
Cooking fresh or frozen vegetables.
600W
Melting chocolate.
500W
Cooking fish and seafood. Heating on 2 levels. Gently simmering dry
vegetables. Reheating or cooking delicate egg-based foods.
400W / 300W
Gently simmering dairy products, jams.
200W
Manual defrost. Softening butter and ice cream.
100W
Defrosting cream-based pastries.
MICROWAVE POWER OUTPUT: 1000W
• HEATING ON TWO LEVELS
When using the 500W microwave power function, you can heat two dishes at the same time. In
this case, put one plate on the turntable and the other on the shelf on the third level.
Tips:
Cover the plates with special microwave film, a plate cover or another plate placed upside-down
on the first:
- To obtain the most even reheating.
- To avoid the food drying out.
- To reduce the reheating time.
- To prevent food spatter in the oven.
The foods keep all their flavour due to the steaming effect.
Type of food
Quantity
Time
Homogeneous foods like mashed
potatoes, petits pois, celery, etc.
2 x 200 g plates
4 to 6 min
Heterogeneous foods like
cassoulet, bourguignon, ravioli, etc...
2 x 300 g plates
6 to 8 min
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3 / OVEN COOKING MODES
THE “KEEP WARM” FUNCTION
This function keeps the food at the temperature it was when cooking finished.
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Programming the “keep warm” function
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1 - Select the KEEP WARM function, the
corresponding symbol flashes.
2 - Press the knob to confirm. The
cooking time flashes:
2
3 - Using the knob, set the required time
the food is to be kept warm (for example,
4 minutes).
Press the knob to confirm, the lamp lights up
and the oven starts.
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Note :
The maximum time for a KEEP WARM programme is 15 minutes.
You can alter the KEEP WARM time at any point.
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3 / OVEN COOKING MODES
• DEFROSTING
This oven allows you to access two different types of programmes in the defrost mode
- Automatic defrost programme P1 or P2. You simply select the type of programme and enter the
weight.
P1: The automatic defrost mode for meat, poultry and ready-made meals.
P2: The automatic defrost mode for bread and pastries.
• DEFROST
Using your microwave oven to defrost frozen food will save you a lot of time.
To defrost food, use the AUTOMATIC DEFROST function or the MICROWAVE function with the
power set at 200 W.
What you need to know:
Small pieces of meat or fish can be cooked straight after defrosting. Larger pieces such as meat
joints or whole fish will still be slightly frozen at the end of the defrost programme.
We recommend that you let the food stand for a period of time at least equal to the defrosting
time to ensure an even temperature.
Food covered with ice crystals will take longer to defrost. In this case, you should increase the
defrosting time.
A few tips:
The defrosting time depends on the type of appliance. It also depends on the shape, size,
starting temperature and quality of the food.
In most cases, the food must be removed from its packaging. Remember to remove any metal
staples from the packaging.
Halfway through defrosting, the pieces of food should be turned over, stirred and separated if
they were frozen together.
If you are defrosting large pieces of meat or fish that prevent rotation of the turntable, use the
turntable stop function. In this case, turn the food regularly.
Defrost meat or fish by putting it on an upside-down saucer on top of a plate to let the juices
run. If they stay in contact with the food, it will overheat.
Never refreeze food before cooking it.
Defrost programme time:
The defrost programme time is calculated for food frozen at -18°C. This gives you an indication
of the time needed for defrosting but the actual time may vary depending on the thickness,
shape, size and packaging of the food.
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3 / OVEN COOKING MODES
• DEFROSTING GUIDE
Food
Quantity
Time
Recommendations
400 g
1 - 3 min
Place on absorbent paper and turn
over halfway through.
Quantity
Time
Recommendations
Scallops
500 g
5 - 7 min
Shelled prawns
100 g
1 - 2 min
Whole pink shrimp
200 g
2 - 4 min
Prawns (10)
500 g
6 - 8 min
Flaky or short crust pastry
Food
Food
Place on a plate and mix
midway through programme.
Quantity
Time
Whole fish/darns/fillets/ steaks
100 g
200 g
400 g
500 g
750 g
1000 g
1 - 2 min
3 - 5 min
5 - 7 min
7 - 9 min
12 - 14 min
17 - 19 min
Turkey/Pork/Veal/Beef/Poultry
Roasts/slices/cubes/etc.
100 g
200 g
400 g
500 g
750 g
1000 g
1250 g
1500 g
1750 g
2000 g
1 - 2 min
3 - 5 min
5 - 7 min
7 - 9 min
12 - 14 min
17 - 19 min
23 - 25 min
28 - 30 min
34 - 36 min
39 - 41 min
Cauliflower / broccoli / carrots / mushrooms /
diced mixed vegetables / etc...
500 g
750 g
1000 g
7 - 9 min
12 - 14 min
17 - 19 min
Quantity
Time
250 g
250 g
250 g
7 - 9 min
6 - 8 min
5 - 7 min
Food
Strawberries
Raspberries/cherries
Gooseberries / blueberries /blackcurrants
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• FAN COOKING + MICROWAVE
The fan cooking + microwave function lets you combine microwave cooking with fan cooking,
which will save you a lot of time. The microwave power levels available to you are 100-200-300400-500W.
Tips:
When using mixed microwave and fan cooking, do not use a metal plate.
Cooking on two levels:
To simultaneously cook a 1Kg veal roast and 800 g of potato gratin, 55 mins at 170°C with
microwave power set to 300W. We suggest placing the gratin dish on the turntable and putting
the veal roast in the drip tray inserted at level 3.
Note:
Never preheat your oven when using the microwave + fan cooking function. This can damage
your appliance.
Use a heat-resistant, microwave-safe dish, preferably earthenware (fewer splashes than with a
glass dish).
It is preferable to choose roasts without barding fat to limit grease spatter and smoke.
Season after cooking, let the meat rest still covered in cooking foil for about 10 minutes which
allows the fibres to relax and the meat to remain tender.
Qty
Programming
MW+ FC
Time
(min)
Tips
Shoulder of lamb
with bones
1300 g
200W + 200°C
32 - 37
In the drip tray, level 2
Sirloin
800 g
200W + 200°C
23 - 28
In a dish, on the rack, level 2
Chicken/guinea fowl 1200 g
200W + 200°C
35 - 40
In a dish, on the rack, level 1
Young turkey roast
800 g
300W + 180°C
32 - 37
In a dish, on the rack, level 2
Roast pork
1200 g
300W + 180°C
47 - 52
In a dish, on the rack, level 2
Veal joint
1000 g
300W + 180°C
37 - 42
In a dish, on the rack, level 2
Food
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• GRILL + MICROWAVE
This function lets you use the grill and the microwave simultaneously, which makes cooking very
quick.
There are two grill + microwave settings:
High grill + microwave and low grill + microwave
You can combine them with the following 7 power levels: 100 W/200 W/300 W/400 W/500 W/
600 W/700 W
GRILL + MICROWAVE COOKING GUIDE
Use a heat-resistant, microwave-safe dish, preferably earthenware (fewer splashes than with a
glass dish).
Place the food in a dish placed on the rack at level 1. Turn it half-way through cooking.
It is preferable to choose roasts without barding fat to limit grease spatter and smoke.
Season after cooking, let the meat rest still covered in cooking foil for about 10 minutes, which
allows the fibres to relax and the meat to remain tender.
Food
Quantity
Programming
Time
Shoulder of lamb (boned and tied)
1300 g
200 W + High grill
40 - 45 min
Sirloin
800 g
200 W + High grill
18 - 23 min
Chicken, guinea fowl
1200 g
500 W + High grill
25 - 27 min
Young turkey roast
800 g
300 W + High grill
27 - 32 min
Roast pork
1000 g
300 W + High grill
35 - 40 min
Veal joint
1200 g
300 W + Low grill
50 - 55 min
• KEEP WARM
This function keeps the food at the temperature it was when cooking finished.
Note:
The maximum time for a KEEP WARM programme is 90 minutes.
You can alter the KEEP WARM time at any point.
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3 / OVEN COOKING MODES
• TURBO GRILL
This setting allows you to use the grill function + fan assistance at the same time,allowing
thick foods to be cooked evenly.
The cooking temperature is adjustable between 50 and 200°C in increments of 5°C.
TURBO GRILL COOKING GUIDE
Place the food in a dish on the shelf on level 1.
Turn the food over half way through cooking.
Food
Quantity
Temperature
Time
Roast beef
1000 g
190°C
36 - 38 min
Whole chicken
1200 g
180°C
75 - 80 min
Roast pork
1000 g
170°C
90 min
GRILL (high and medium)
This function lets you cook and brown foods such as gratin dishes and meats.
It can be used before or after cooking, depending on the recipe.
There are two grill settings: HIGH GRILL and MEDIUM GRILL.
As a general rule, use HIGH GRILL to grill meat and fish, and MEDIUM GRILL to brown more
delicate foods.
Insert the accessories (shelf or drip tray) at level 1, 2 or 3, based on the height of the cookware
or the food.
• GRILL COOKING GUIDE
Cooking using HIGH GRILL. Place the food on the shelf + drip tray (to recover the juices)
inserted at level 3. Turn the food over midway through the programme.
Food
Quantity
Time
Chitterlings, blood puddings, sausages
(prick with a fork)
4 to 6 units
22 - 30 min
Pork chops
4 units
27 - 32 min
Lamb chops
4 units
15 - 17 min
800 g
23 - 25 min
4 to 6 slices
18 - 25 min
Beef rib
Smoked bacon
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• FAN COOKING
The fan cooking function lets you cook and brown foods like in a traditional oven.
Tips:
The cooking temperature is adjustable between 50 and 250°C in increments of 5°C.
Always insert the accessories (shelf or drip tray) at level 1 or 2. This will ensure better heat
distribution and optimum cooking results.
Use cookware designed to withstand high temperatures.
If you want to do a defrost after cooking with one of the fan cooking functions, we recommend
waiting for about ten minutes to allow the oven to cool down in order to obtain the best results.
Cooking on two levels:
Preheat the oven.
To cook 2 apple tarts at the same time, 1 hour at 200°C. We recommend preparing the first tart in
the glass drip tray inserted at level 1 and the second in a tart dish on the shelf inserted at level 3.
Change the position of the two dishes half-way through cooking.
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• FAN COOKING GUIDE
Food
Temperature
Rack level
Time
Meat
Roast pork (1 Kg)
Roast veal (1 Kg)
Roast beef (1 Kg)
Lamb (leg, shoulder, 1.5 Kg)
Poultry (1.2 Kg)
Large piece of poultry
Rabbit
160°C
180°C
220°C*
180°C
180°C
180°C
230°C
Grill, level 2
Grill, level 2
Grill, level 2
In the drip tray, level 2
Grill, level 1
Grill, level 1
In the drip tray, level 2
90 min
70 - 75 min
38 - 40 min
50 - 60 minutes
70 - 75 min
1 hr 30 mins - 2 hrs
40 - 45 min
Fish (1.2 Kg)
Cooked (bream, salmon, hake)
180°C
In the drip tray, level 2
35 - 45 min
Vegetables
Potato gratin
Lasagne
Stuffed tomatoes
180°C
180°C
180°C
Grill, level 2
Grill, level 2
Grill, level 2
50 - 55 min
40 - 45 min
45 - 55 min
Pastries
Sponge cake
Wet sponge
Sponge roll
Cake
Cookies
Shortbread
Cream
150°C
150°C
150°C
160°C
180°C
160°C
160°C
Grill, level 2
Grill, level 1
In the drip tray, level 2
Grill, level 1
In the drip tray, level 2
In the drip tray, level 2
Grill, level 2
Madeleines
Pound cake
Cheesecake
170°C
170°C
170°C
Kuglof
180°C
Choux pastry
180°C
In the drip tray, level 2
Grill, level 2
Grill, level 1
26 cm spring-form mould
Grill, level 1
in a special tin
In the drip tray, level 2
35 - 45 min
35 - 45 min
20 - 25 min
40 - 50 min
18 - 22 min
20 - 25 min
35 - 45 min
Double-boiler
20 - 30 min
40 - 50 min
65 - 75 min
200°C
250°C*
Grill, level 2
Grill, level 2
Short crust pastry tart
Flaky pastry tart
Other
Pâté (1 kg)
Pie
Covered casserole dish
(beef casserole, baeckeoffe)
Bread (500 g flour)
190°C
170°C
160°C
220°C*
45 - 50 min
35 – 40 min
depending on size
40 - 45 min
30 - 40 min
Grill, level 1
1 hr 30 min
Grill, level 2
55 - 65 min
20 cm tin
Grill, level 2
1 hr 30 min - 3 hrs
Depending on preparation
Grill, level 2
25 - 30 min
* Preheat the oven to the temperature indicated before cooking
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•AUTOMATIC COOKING FUNCTIONS
With the automatic cooking function, the cooking time and function are calculated automatically
based on the type of food concerned and its weight.
Automatic cooking programme by weight.
— The programmer should only display the
time. It should not be flashing.
1 - Select
1
+
mode using the knob.
The logo flashes.
2 - Select the ICS cooking mode Example: P2 —> weight, 500G.
2
-
3 - Adjust the weight, using the knob.
+
Example: 625g
- Confirm by pressing the knob once.
4 - The icon of the cooking mode used
and the time calculated automatically are
displayed. The oven starts
3
+
Note:
There are two possible automatic
programmes for cooking vegetables: P 5 a n d
P6 .
(see chapter “GUIDE TO AUTOMATIC
COOKING”).
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For quiches and fresh tarts, automatic
cooking programmes are not calculated by
weight, but based on a dish diameter
between 27 and 30 cm.
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3 / OVEN COOKING MODES
•GUIDE TO AUTOMATIC COOKING
Turkey, pork, This function is used to cook and brown turkey, pork or veal roasts from
500 g to 2000 g.
veal
Cooking is done using the combined microwave + fan cooking function.
P1
Beef
P2
Use a heat-resistant, microwave-safe dish, preferably earthenware
(fewer splashes than with a glass dish).
It is preferable to choose roasts without barding fat to limit grease spatter
and smoke.
Remove the meat from the refrigerator and leave for 1 hour before
placing in the oven.
Place the dish on the rack at level 2.
After cooking, leave the roast to rest in aluminium foil for 10 minutes. This
allows the fibres to relax and the meat will remain tender.
Season when cooking is finished.
This function allows you to cook and brown beef roasts that weigh 500g 2000 g.
Cooking is done using the combined microwave + fan cooking function.
Use a heat-resistant, microwave-safe dish, preferably earthenware
(fewer splashes than with a glass dish).
It is preferable to choose roasts without barding fat to limit grease spatter
and smoke. Excellent results can be achieved with thin joints.
Remove the meat from the refrigerator and leave for 1 hour before
placing in the oven.
Place the dish on the rack at level 2.
After cooking, leave the roast to rest in aluminium foil for 10 minutes. This
allows the fibres to relax and the meat will remain tender.
Deglaze the cooking juices in the dish to produce the juice to be served
with the meat. Season when cooking is finished.
Fish
P3
This function allows you to cook fish weighing 100g to 1000 g. All fish are
suitable for microwave cooking. The only thing you must do is ensure the
fish is very fresh.
Cooking is done using the microwave function.
You can cook fish whole (in this case cut a sliver into the thickest part),
in slices or in fillets.
Place the fish in a round or oval glass dish suitable for microwave use,
add two to three tablespoons of water, lemon juice or white wine and
cover with the lid of the dish or with stretchable film; season after cooking.
Place the dish on the glass turntable.
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3 / OVEN COOKING MODES
Poultry
P4
Vegetables
P5
P6
Potato
gratin
P7
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This function allows you to cook and brown a whole chicken or chicken
pieces (legs) weighing between 500 and 2000g.
Cooking is done using a combination of microwave + fan cooking and/or grill
mode.
Use a heat-resistant, microwave-safe dish, preferably earthenware (fewer
splashes than with a glass dish). Chicken legs may be placed directly on
the glass drip tray.
Prick the skin before cooking to avoid splattering.
Add oil, salt and pepper to the poultry and sprinkle with spices of your choice.
Whole chicken: Place the dish on the rack at level 1.
Chicken legs: Up to 900 g, insert the drip-tray at level 2.
When cooking has finished, leave the poultry to rest for 5 mins in the
oven before tasting.
This function can be used to cook vegetables weighing between 100 g and
1000 g.
Cooking is done using the microwave function.
Select very fresh vegetables and cook them with:
- two tablespoons of water up to 200 g
- 50 ml of water up to 500 g
- 100 ml of water up to 1000 g
Use cookware suited to the volume of food, cover unless cooking
mushrooms.
Place the dish on the glass turntable.
A beep half-way through cooking warns you it is time to stir the food. Add
fat and season if desired.
When cooking has finished, leave the vegetables to rest for a few minutes
before consuming.
P 5 can be used to cook harder, more fibrous vegetables:
Brussels sprouts, thinly sliced white cabbage, cauliflower or broccoli cut
into small florettes, carrots sliced into rounds, diced celeriac, etc.
P 6 can be used to cook tender vegetables containing more water:
Courgettes cut into rounds or cubes, thinly sliced leeks, potatoes whole or
cut into regular pieces, tomatoes cut into quarters, chicory cut into 4 and
sprinkled with lemon, spinach leaves, thinly sliced mushrooms, etc.
This function enables you to cook and brown potato gratin dishes weighing
500g to 2000 g.
Cooking is carried out in the combined microwave + grill mode.
Use a microwave-safe gratin dish that withstands high temperatures.
Preparation: butter the gratin dish and arrange half of the potatoes in it,
sliced and cut into thin rounds. Sprinkle with half of the gruyère. Add the
rest of the potatoes and cover with the rest of the cheese. Mix together
the cream, the milk and the egg and season. Pour over the potatoes.
Place the dish on the glass turntable.
Leave to stand for 5 to 10 minutes after cooking.
0.5 kg
0.75 kg
1 kg
1.5 kg
2 kg
Potatoes
300 g
450 g
600 g
900 g
1200 g
Crème fraîche
50 g
75 g
100 g
150 g
200 g
Milk
50 g
75 g
150g
250 g
300 g
Eggs
1
1
1
2
2
Gruyère
50 g
75 g
100 g
100 g
150 g
Salt, pepper, nutmeg
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
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3 / OVEN COOKING MODES
Pizza
- frozen
P8
Gratin
- frozen
P9
This function lets you reheat and brown frozen pizzas weighing between 100
and 750 g.
Defrosting or cooking is carried out using the fan cooking function.
Remove the pizza from its packaging and place it on the rack at level 2.
This function allows you to reheat and brown prepared frozen dishes
(lasagne bolognese, gratin dauphinois, cottage pie, fish pie, etc.) from 250g
to 1000g.
Reheating or cooking is carried out using the microwave + grill function.
Remove the product from its packaging and place it in a microwaveable and
heat-resistant dish. It is preferable to choose a dish with the same
dimensions as the preparation. Do not cover.
Place the dish on the glass turntable.
This function allows you to cook and brown fresh quiches from 27 to 30 cm
Fresh quiche in diameter.
P10
Fresh tart
P11
Cooking is done using the combined microwave + fan cooking function.
Use a microwave-safe, heat-resistant pie dish (Pyrex glass, porcelain, etc.).
When using ready-made pastry, do not remove the grease-proof paper. Cut
the excess paper to the dimensions of the dish.
Place the pie dish on the rack at level 2.
Tips: Do not use a metallic dish.
Begin cooking the quiche as soon as the filling has been poured into the
pastry. Never let the pastry soak or it will not cook properly.
This function allows you to cook and brown fresh tarts from 27 to 30 cm in
diameter.
Cooking is done using the combined microwave + fan cooking function.
Use a microwave-safe, heat-resistant pie dish (Pyrex glass, porcelain, etc.).
When using ready-made pastry, do not remove the grease-proof paper. Cut
the excess paper to the dimensions of the dish.
Place the pie dish on the rack at level 2.
Tips: Do not use a metal dish.
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4 / FUNCTION SUITABILITY TESTS
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Functional suitability tests in accordance with IEC/EN/NF EN 60705 standards;
Th e I nte rnati o nal El e c tro te c h ni c al Co mmi ssi o n, S C. 59K , h as e stabl i sh e d a standard fo r
comparative performance tests conducted on various microwave ovens. We recommend the
Test
Load
Approx.
time
Power level
selector
Cookware/Tips
Custard
(12.3.1)
1000 g
16 - 18
min
13 - 15
min
500W
Pyrex 227
On the turntable
Pyrex 220
On the turntable
750 g
Sponge cake
(12.3.2)
475 g
6 - 7 min
700W
Pyrex 827
On the turntable
Meatloaf
(12.3.3)
900 g
14 min
700W
Pyrex 838
Cover with plastic film
On the turntable
Defrosting
meat
(13.3)
500 g
11 - 12
min
200W
On the turntable
Defrosting
raspberries
(B.2.1)
250 g
6 - 7 min
200W
On a flat plate
On the turntable
Potato
gratin
(12.3.4)
1100 g
23 - 25
min
Low grill
+ 700 W
Pyrex 827
On the turntable
Chicken
(12.3.6)
1200 g
24 - 26
min
High grill
+ 500 W
Place on the rack
+ drip assembly
Insert the dish at level 1
from the bottom
Turn midway through
35 - 40
min
Fan cooking
200°C
+ 200 W
In an enamelled
earthenware dish
Place on the rack
at level 1 from the bottom
20 min
Fan cooking
220°C + 200 W
Pyrex 828
Place on the rack at level 1
Cake
(12.3.5)
700 g
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5 / AFTER-SALES SERVICE
• SERVICE CALLS
Any repair made to your appliance must be
carried out by a qualified professional,
authorised to work on the brand. When you
call, state your appliance’s complete reference
information (model, type, serial number). This
information appears on the manufacturer’s
nameplate (Fig.1).
BRANDT APPLIANCES SAS
7 rue Henri Becquerel
92500 RUEIL MALMAISON
MADE IN FRANCE
230V ~ 50 Hz
fig.1
ORIGINAL PARTS
During maintenance work, request the
exclusive use of certified genuine
replacement parts.
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