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Roasting bags

Post  turpsx on 03.05.11 13:37

Hi I'm a novice at Halogen cooking only just got my cooker. Can I use roasting bags in it? When do I use different fan speeds? The instructions with my machine were very poor.

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Post  Admin on 03.05.11 16:37

Hi turpsx
Yes you can use roasting bags in your halogen oven. Make sure they don't touch the lid during cooking.

I didn't get different fan speeds with my HO.
I can't find instruction for it in any of the cookbooks that I have.

May be someone else can help on this Idea

welcome

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Post  TriciaB on 23.12.11 9:10

As a newbie I have just seen this post. Please can you tell me the advantages of using these bags. I have never used them and I wonder whether using them decreases the cooking time even more. Thank you. santa Merry Christmas!

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Post  Admin on 24.12.11 11:23

Hi Tricia,

I haven't paid much attention to the cooking time so I can't tell you if it decreases the timing.

The main reason I use it is to keep meat such as chicken and other joints moist and tasty. It helps to cooks food in own juices.

It also prevents fats from splashing so your halogen oven will stay clean.

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Post  TriciaB on 24.12.11 16:05

Thank you Reeta. I will get some then - anything which cuts down on cleaning has got to be a No. 1 for me! lol! Merry Christmas santa

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Post  deniser on 27.02.12 12:59

I wrap my joints in foil and turn over half way through then I unwrap and put the joint back in naked for last 20 mins or so

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Post  lindapinkham on 28.02.12 7:54

I cant find anything to say how you cook a roast dinner without everything being cooked in the fat from the meat, now maybe i'm being a little bit thick lol, but how do you cook the meat and veg ( not roast veg) at the same time, when you look at photographs the whole meal is cooked together???? Shocked

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Post  deniser on 28.02.12 11:05

I steam my veg with at the same time. I wrap the veg in foil and add a couple of tablespoons of water before sealing up the foil. I wrap each veg separately e.g carrots on their own cabbage on its own etc. I put them in about 30 mins before the end but how long you cook them depends on how al dente you like your veg. Hope that helps

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Post  lindapinkham on 01.03.12 14:13

Many thanks,

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