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Beef Brisket

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Beef Brisket

Post  Dinglebloke on 23.04.11 3:15

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

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Re: Beef Brisket

Post  junie on 23.04.11 17:05

Hi Dinglebloke

Slow cooking isn't a subject that has came up much on the forum. Slow cookers operate at around 77C for low and about 88-93C for high. Depending on your model you may be able to regulate this somewhere between defrost and your lowest setting. The timings would be around the same as your slow cooker.
You would need to use a casserole dish within the HO, preferably on the high rack with the extender in place to allow the hot air to circulate. It would be advisable to turn the meat half way through cooking regardless.
When doing casseroles other members have reported that their veg is still hard and many par-boil or microwave first.
If you do try this, please let us know how you get on. please

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Post  Dinglebloke on 25.04.11 23:12

Hi All, I cooked the Beef joint at about 80c for 1 hour. It still looked a bit raw so I turned up the heat slightly and set the timer fo 30 minutes. Alas when I went back it was cremated! Embarassed Oh well, better luck next time. At least I didn't waste an expensive piece of beef. I will learn and move on.

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Post  Admin on 26.04.11 15:10

No

You need to experiment until you get it right for you.

My suggestions:
Cook it for longer but do not turn the heat higher. Keep an eye on it this time. Use your entender ring if you have one.

Good Luck

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Post  junie on 27.04.11 21:22

Crying or Very sad I guess the 80C wasn't too accurate then.

I would take Reetas' advice and cook for longer rather than turning the heat up. If you want to replicate a slow cooker, you'll need to cook as slowly as you can manage in the HO.

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Post  johnnyn_uk on 06.07.11 22:02

hi lads and lassies im a bit sceptical about this halogen oven as when i use it my dial on electric meter is spinning awfully fast am i going to save money in the long run please help yours johnny Smile

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Post  junie on 06.07.11 23:11

Hi Johnny

Your meter would be spinning even faster with your 'big' oven. Things cook a little quicker and you are heating up a smaller space with your HO.

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Post  deniser on 28.02.12 21:19

When I make a stew in the slow cooker I caramelise my veg in a frying pan first. Makes for a great flavour. Not made a stew in my HO yet but would this first when I do.

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Post  gerr60 on 16.03.12 20:12

RE brisket of beef i would try covering in foil.

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