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Burnt offerings

Post  Valb on 17.03.11 16:38

Hi my name is Val, I hope I am doing this right. I have just bought a halogen oven, and up to now have had burnt chicken, burnt bacon, solid egg, oh dear.

I am so glad I have found this Forum, I am sure with your help I will learn.

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Post  hummingbird on 17.03.11 19:25

Hello and Welcome to the forum val great to have you on board if you read some of the recipes posted by other members you will soon be getting great results its a case of trial and error but only for a few tries then it clicks together, we've all been there at some point if you cannot find an answer post your question some one will be able to help or point you in the right direction. good luck with the next attempt

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Post  junie on 17.03.11 19:41

Welcome Val

Just think of it as an efficient little fan oven. You'll soon be a halogenius Very Happy

You know where we are if you need us.

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Post  Valb on 18.03.11 13:29

Thanks for your replies, I am now going to attempt some scones, so fingers crossed, lets hope all goes well Exclamation

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Post  Admin on 18.03.11 17:46

Valb wrote:. . . up to now have had burnt chicken, burnt bacon, solid egg, oh dear

Hi Val,
it seems to me that you are cooking at a high temperature.

I would advise you to:
1. lower the temperature by 15-20 degree
2. cook the food for longer if you have to
3. for baking, preheat the HO
4. use the extender ring. This keeps the heat higher up and prevents "burnt food"

Hope this helps

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Post  Valb on 19.03.11 12:04

Thank you so much, I have done what you said used the ring etc. the scones were great,well they all got eaten anyway. I will now try something a bit more adventureous, fingers crossed.
Thanks a lot

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