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beef burger & chips

Hi I have bought a basket to cook chips in, have used it a few times and are getting better each time. But if I wanted to cook burgers at the same time which would be on top would the chips underneath still cook and go brown and crispy.
by MaggieDB
on 27.06.15 17:38
 
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Topic: beef burger & chips
Replies: 6
Views: 1797

beef stew in a large bunt tin???

Hi Just wanted to share. I have had my oven for a few months now and i am still learning but still cooking :-)

This may sound strange but it worked for me :-)

I had trouble with stews in oven using a casserole dish i just couldnt get it right ( my hubby i think was getting fed up of stews lol ) but after using a large bunt tin it turned out perfect. so i now  have  got a small bunt tin  for cakes and a large one for stews.
perfect every time on both accounts  :-)

Sill loving my oven
by pamela63
on 29.03.15 20:12
 
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Topic: beef stew in a large bunt tin???
Replies: 2
Views: 1026

roast beef

hi has anyone got this receipe
by alanada
on 13.02.15 13:05
 
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Topic: roast beef
Replies: 1
Views: 3636

Nervous about messing my beef joint up

Hi Everyone

I am hoping to cook a silverside beef joint in my Halogen Oven tonight but I don't want to mess it up as my husband spent quite a bit on the meat. I have opted to do mash potato instead of roast so I can concentrate on the beef. It weighs roughly 1lb 28 or 532g. Not sure where to start on timings can anyone please help or advise me please.

Thank you in advance

Nette
by Nette1982
on 14.11.14 12:47
 
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Topic: Nervous about messing my beef joint up
Replies: 2
Views: 2143

beef casserole/stew

hi all ..
attempted a beef casserole/stew yesterday ....
went for the slow cook option ...roughly three and a half
hours as i have not seen too many good reports for this type of meal on here !!!
just cooking for myself and the wife but the principle is the same for more people !!!

ok so basic ingredients, half pound beef , diced.
one biggish carrot, half a cooking onion,peeled and sliced.

500ml water in a casserole/pyrex dish, add the meat and veg
salt and pepper to taste....pop in the HO at 150c for an hour

casserole dish looked a little too close to the element for me
on the low rack ,so used the extender .
did not preheat just switched on and left it to run .

first hour up....remove lid, quick stir...back on for another hour...second hour up ....same again quick stir ,on for another hour....
third hour up,test the carrots and meat for tenderness...
still a little hard/tough , so upped the temperature to 175c and added two desert spoons of gravy granules,gave it a good stir to dissolve them and set the timer for a further
30 mins.
peeled 4 medium potatoes and cooked them on the hob
to make mashed potatoe
dished up in a deep plate ....beautifully cooked and delicious ...
by daxian
on 19.02.14 18:30
 
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Topic: beef casserole/stew
Replies: 6
Views: 1597

Time and temperature for tender roast beef

I am a newby...please be gentle with me.... How long and at what temperature do I roast a 1kg piece of very tender beef in hallogen oven. Instruction book hopeless.
by sweetpea
on 01.01.14 11:51
 
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Topic: Time and temperature for tender roast beef
Replies: 1
Views: 1982

Can I cook a beef joint in a tin?

All the receipes here state that joints to be cooked on lower rack with base of oven lined with foil.
My wife likes to cook in a roasting tin to catch the juices for gravy and to keep the joint moist during cooking. Defrosting in HO will remove much of the juices whereas cooking from frozen in a conventional oven in a roasting tin will preserve these during the cooking process. Anyone cooked in an HO using a roasting tin after defrosting and can juices from defrosting be put into the roasting tin for the final cook and any tips please?.

Doug
by Queensmessenger
on 17.02.13 10:14
 
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Topic: Can I cook a beef joint in a tin?
Replies: 3
Views: 1565

Cooking roast beef

I am new at this, could someone please tell me how to cook roast beef in my Halogen.
by Kingo
on 07.02.13 20:19
 
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Topic: Cooking roast beef
Replies: 2
Views: 3028

Beef Rib Joint

I have a 1 kilo Beef Rib Joint which I would like to Roast in my Halogen; we like our Beef, medium rare and succulent.

Can you answer the following please?

Shall I wrap joint in foil?
Cook slow...say 175 for 60 mins?
Turn over mid-roast?

Thanks in advance for your help & support.

Regards
Sean
by spg1969
on 29.12.12 9:08
 
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Topic: Beef Rib Joint
Replies: 1
Views: 878

beef fillet(tenderloin), lemon/garlic prawns, mixed veg.

ok, so tonight, i did the beef tenderloin...

marinated fillet steaks for about 5 hours in san miguel.

prepared: 1 brown onion, cut into 1/8's, 2 chinese eggplants, 3 carrots, small pkg of baby asparagus.... marinated all of that in a little olive oil, garlic & lemon juice

then, wrapped the veg in tin foil packets and cooked for 40 minutes on 250C

removed from oven and put onto plate. topped with a little feta cheese, a little more olive oil and a few sprinkles of oregano.

then put tin foil on bottom of oven and the high rack for grilling. grilled the fillets for 8 minutes on one side, then turned over and grilled for 8 minutes on the other side (adding bbq sauce with about 4 minutes left). *** when i do this next time, i won't cook for so long as we like ours a little more rare. once removed from the heat, the steaks were beautifully rare, but after sitting for 10 minutes they were more med-well.***

prawns:then on top of high rack, i put the "frying" dish. added a little butter, some pre-cooked prawns with a little garlic salt, lemon pepper and a sprinkling of lemon juice. cooked on 250C for 2 minutes, then stirred and cooked for a further 1 minute.

all in all, VERY happy with how it turned out. lovely meal, all done in one machine with very little clean up to do. only oil used was a couple of tables spoons in the huge amount of veg and a tablespoon of butter for the prawns.

DELICIOUS!
by Carainhongkong
on 05.08.12 13:14
 
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Topic: beef fillet(tenderloin), lemon/garlic prawns, mixed veg.
Replies: 2
Views: 1724

Frozen beef joint

It's happened again,a beef joint fresh not frozen,left at room temp and cooked at 170c.The outside was very well done but when i went to slice the meat it was totally raw inside.It was left in about an hour and half so it had plenty of time to cook.Last time i used the extender ring so i didn't use it this time but the result was the same.I'm not cooking Beef joints again,only in the regular oven.
by dowden
on 07.01.12 11:58
 
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Topic: Frozen beef joint
Replies: 10
Views: 2820

Hi and help me with my beef please!

Happy New Year to everyone.

I bought a large HO and love it but I'm still new to this game so I need some tips, please!

I'm just about to roast a joint of beef and need to know how long to cook it for. It's a Topside beef 2.040 kg in weight. I prefer slight rare beef - not well done.

Help!!!
by Markcole
on 03.01.12 15:04
 
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Topic: Hi and help me with my beef please!
Replies: 3
Views: 1170

Frozen beef joint

Hi, i have the above,about 1.2kg.My oven is a cookworks and i have used it to cook chicken,steaks,chips,etc.Can i cook the frozen beef straight from frozen,if so what temp and how long.If it's best defrosted and i put it on the thaw option how long should it take.I like my meat cooked so it is not bloody.Thanks for any advice.
by dowden
on 31.12.11 12:12
 
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Topic: Frozen beef joint
Replies: 10
Views: 2820

Frozen Beef Burgers

Hi!

My Hubby and I just got our new HO a few days ago.

What is the best way to cook frozen beef burgers? What temp. and time should I set it?

Thanks!
by R_Meadz
on 17.12.11 13:49
 
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Topic: Frozen Beef Burgers
Replies: 1
Views: 7170

beef brisket

hi all, bought my halogen yesterday, using it today for first time, i have a 1.34kg of beef brisket, any advice of cooking times and temps please, thank you
by deb
on 16.10.11 13:37
 
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Topic: beef brisket
Replies: 1
Views: 1737

Hello from Canada

Thanks for the welcome!!! I am still cooking it-I have one question though, can I cook the joint on the bottom of the oven without having the lower tray in there?

Just wondering how to get my roast potatoes cooked if they are straddling between the wire tray and the edge...
by canuck747
on 07.08.11 20:17
 
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Topic: Hello from Canada
Replies: 5
Views: 1498

BEEF: Asian Ginger Beef

Serves 6 so reduce if you need to

Prep time 25 mins
cook time 1hr 10 mins

Ingredients
3tbsp wok oil
1lb 6oz lean braising steak cut into small chunks
2 celery sticls 2 red peppers cored and chopped into chunks
14 floz hot beef or veg stock from cube
1 tbsp dark soy sauce
3cm fresh ginger grated
1/2 tsp dried red chilli
1tbsp cornflour
2 tbsp water
7oz suger snap peas halved length ways
1/2 bunch spring onion

Heat 2tbsp oil in large frying pan on hob fry beef until lightly browned. Transfer to casserole dish
Add remaining oil fry celery peppers until beginning to soften add to meat

Pour over stock add soy sauce ginger and chillies stir gently cover with foil place on low rack.

set temperture 200c (392f) and cook for 50 mins or until beef is tender. Blend cornflour with water. Stir into beef add snap peas and spring onoin. cover cook for a further 10 mins serve with Thai rice.

Posted by Hummingbird on 20/7/11 at 15.49
by junie
on 23.07.11 16:12
 
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Topic: BEEF: Asian Ginger Beef
Replies: 0
Views: 1154

Beef Brisket

Hi Everyone. New to Halogen Cooking. I normally cook Beef Brisket for about four hours in a slow cooker with water and veg etc at a very low heat. What is the temp and time for the HO. Any advice would be appreciated, Thanks, Pete
by Dinglebloke
on 23.04.11 3:15
 
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Topic: Beef Brisket
Replies: 8
Views: 7506

Just invested in a Gino Halogen Oven

The beef went well, had to cook it longer than it suggested, but i dont know what went wrong with the spuds and onions.

onions seemed to burn on the top and the spuds did not go brown.

I guess its all trial and error. good job it was only me and my son I wwas cooking for haha

thanks Lorraine
by loraine
on 22.03.11 11:12
 
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Topic: Just invested in a Gino Halogen Oven
Replies: 3
Views: 1145

Tender beef stew

Please could anyone give me information on getting a tender beef stew. In a conventional oven I would cook it for about 3 hours. Any help regarding temp. and length of time would be appreciated, also would a normal pyrex casserole dish with a lid on be the right dish to use? Thanks in anticipation of a helpful reply.
by marshall
on 07.03.11 9:29
 
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Topic: Tender beef stew
Replies: 3
Views: 4082

roasting beef

can i cook a joint in the bowl as the top rack does not sit very well over the joint for yorkshires
by judith painter
on 05.02.11 16:18
 
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Topic: roasting beef
Replies: 4
Views: 5836

BEEF: A QUICK HOMEMADE STEAK PIE (The Cheating Way)

Ingredients:

2 Tins of Steak in Gravy.
2 Oxo's
A packet of ready made Shortcrust Pastry.

Pre-heat the HO to 170c.

Divide the Pastry, so you have enough for the bottom of the pie and some for the top of the pie.

Roll out enough pastry to line a 7"-8"(inch) pie dish or as I do, I use a sandwich cake tin! ( one you would use to make a victoria sponge cake in ) I grease this well! then I completly line the tin with the pastry, making sure that it goes up and over the sides of the tin, allowing a little extra for a overhang, this allows for any shrinkage when the pastry cooks.

Lay a piece of greaseproof paper, on top of the centre of the pastry and pour on some dried peas or beans, so as the paper is weighted down.

Now put this into the HO on the top rack, put on the extension ring and cook for about 8-10 mins ( this is called Blind Baking) Keep an eye on it so as it does'nt over cook.

Whilst this is baking, heat up the 2 tins of Stewing Steak, add the Oxo's stir them in well to mix, make sure it is piping hot.

When the pastry in the HO as cooked, carefully lift it out of the HO, remove the dried peas or beans and the greaseproof paper ( put these away you can alway's use these time and time again when Blind Baking) and then pour in the stewing steak and gravy.

Using a pastry brush and water, WET the top EDGE all around the pie, making sure that the edges of the cooked pastry are WET, Now roll out the remaining pastry and place on top of the pie, and press the edges of the two pastries together, if you have WET the underneath pastry enough this wont be a problem, if you havent then very carefully just lift the edges and brush with water under the top pastry.

Trim any excess pastry. Now you can decor. with pastry leaves if you wish or just leave plain, but fork a few holes to allow the steam to come through.

Glaze by either brushing with beaten egg or a drop of milk.

Return back to the HO ( dont forget to put the extension ring back on) and cook for a further 5-10 mins to allow the pastry to cook and to brown.

Remove from the HO Eat and Enjoy!

Posted by Clasiechick on 24/1/11 at 1.06
by junie
on 24.01.11 18:10
 
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Topic: BEEF: A QUICK HOMEMADE STEAK PIE (The Cheating Way)
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BEEF: Cheats Pasta Bolognese

500g lean steak mince
garlic clove crushed
one pepper chopped
one onion or one leek chopped
salt
pepper
2 beef oxo cubes
spaghetti
jar of bolognese

Put in all of the ingredients barring the spaghetti and bolognese.
Set dial for 7 minutes and blast on 240degrees, stirring occasionally until mince has browned.

Add spaghetti (broken in half) and jar of bolognese. Ensure spaghetti is mixed in with mince and covered by sauce. Cover with lid and set temp to 200 degrees for 10 mins.

This has got to be one for the students. This is my third time using a HO and this worked perfectly. I chose lean mince so as to avoid a greasy bolognese (no way to spoon off grease as with frying). I used leek instead of onion and these were cooked soft as were the peppers and the spaghetti was soft. If using fusili or penne, it may need a little longer as the pasta is slightly thicker.

Posted by Lozzy on 20/1/11 at 18.39
by junie
on 21.01.11 13:34
 
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Topic: BEEF: Cheats Pasta Bolognese
Replies: 0
Views: 1528

BEEF: Asian Ginger Beef

Serves 6 so reduce if you need to

Prep time 25 mins
cook time 1hr 10 mins

Ingredients
3tbsp wok oil
1lb 6oz lean braising steak cut into small chunks
2 celery sticls 2 red peppers cored and chopped into chunks
14 floz hot beef or veg stock from cube
1 tbsp dark soy sauce
3cm fresh ginger grated
1/2 tsp dried red chilli
1tbsp cornflour
2 tbsp water
7oz suger snap peas halved length ways
1/2 bunch spring onion

Heat 2tbsp oil in large frying pan on hob fry beef until lightly browned. Transfer to casserole dish
Add remaining oil fry celery peppers until beginning to soften add to meat

Pour over stock add soy sauce ginger and chillies stir gently cover with foil place on low rack.

set temperature 200c (392f) and cook for 50 mins or until beef is tender. Blend cornflour with water. Stir into beef add snap peas and spring onion. cover cook for a further 10 mins serve with Thai rice.


Posted by Hummingbird on 20/1/11 at 15.49
by junie
on 20.01.11 16:35
 
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Topic: BEEF: Asian Ginger Beef
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Asian ginger beef

Serves 6 so reduce if you need to [You must be [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] and [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] to see this image.]

Prep time 25 mins
cook time 1hr 10 mins

Ingredients
3tbsp wok oil
1lb 6oz lean braising steak cut into small chunks
2 celery sticls 2 red peppers cored and chopped into chunks
14 floz hot beef or veg stock from cube
1 tbsp dark soy sauce
3cm fresh ginger grated
1/2 tsp dried red chilli
1tbsp cornflour
2 tbsp water
7oz suger snap peas halved length ways
1/2 bunch spring onion

Heat 2tbsp oil in large frying pan on hob fry beef until lightly browned. Transfer to casserole dish
Add remaining oil fry celery peppers until beginning to soften add to meat

Pour over stock add soy sauce ginger and chillies stir gently cover with foil place on low rack.

set temperture 200c (392f) and cook for 50 mins or until beef is tender. Blend cornflour with water. Stir into beef add snap peas and spring onoin. cover cook for a further 10 mins serve with Thai rice.
by hummingbird
on 20.01.11 15:49
 
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Topic: Asian ginger beef
Replies: 5
Views: 1479

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