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cooking a roast dinner

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cooking a roast dinner

Post  brocklesby on 20.12.09 8:05

Hi,
I have to agree with you, the manufacturers do not give you much info with these ovens. It should not be a trial and error game, these people want you to buy there products, but the end game is that you have to buy cookery books separately, this should not be.

I an a chef and bought mine basically to use at home as there is only my wife and myself.
Going to your point of cooking a roast dinner this can be cooked all in one go.
prepare your veg and put them separately in tin foil with 2 to 3 table spoons of water.
to cook your chicken or other meat put it on the upper rack cook for approx 25 minutes then turn the meat over, place the veg on the lower rack, put your par boiled potatoes brushed with oil on the upper rack with the chicken and cook for a further 25 minutes or so.
check that all is cooked in the usual way.
I did this with chicken and pork and both meals were cooked to near perfection and all at the same time.
my wife who is a skeptic with gadgets was impressed that it was so tasty.
I have cooked apple pies, sausage rolls,mince pies and some cakes and all have turned out pretty good. I have not used my conventional oven for two weeks now.
I cook sometimes for up to 60 people and I am quite impressed with the oven.
Happy cooking
Eric

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Re: cooking a roast dinner

Post  delta1 on 21.12.09 22:38

Thanks just got my oven cann't wait to try a roast in it santa

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Post  louisebrennan on 26.12.09 19:18

delta1 wrote:Thanks just got my oven cann't wait to try a roast in it santa


My sister bought me an oven for christmas, I would like to say thanks for the tips on cooking a roast lunch, can't wait to try. Cook book should be given with these ovens, instuctions given are of no use at all. Very Happy

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Re: cooking a roast dinner

Post  dustyj on 11.07.10 10:46

what temp do you cook chicken and veg

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Re: cooking a roast dinner

Post  junie on 11.07.10 12:49

Hi Dustyj

Cooking with your halogen can be a bit of trial and error and the individual ovens can vary a bit. Try cooking at 180C and adjust up or down from there if necessary.

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Re: cooking a roast dinner

Post  Frederick on 26.08.10 9:25

Hi e Eric... a very good and well done recipe BUT you missedd on very important factor.... WHAT TEMPERATURE DO YOU SET THE OVEN AT FO VARIOUS ITEMS....avery important thing for a cook.
Take care.... Frederick

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