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removal of oven chips

Post  jimwag on 22.11.11 17:10

Hi friends,new member here.I love my halogen oven but have a little problem,it is as follows.
Anyone have a problem with removing oven chips from the oven after cooking.Can anyone recommend a wire mesh type basket that may work,or any other method without getting third degree burns.
thanks in anticipation

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Re: removal of oven chips

Post  junie on 22.11.11 19:21

Hi jimwag

I always have them on a baking tray and remove them with the supplied tongs - I have also cut some mesh that fits on the rack and I can then get the mesh out by lifting the rack with the tongs.
If you're still stuggling invest in silicon oven gloves to avoid the burns.
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Post  polegate on 25.11.11 10:01

I cook chips on the bottom of glass bowl and scoop them out with large serving spoon, no problem

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Post  mo on 30.11.11 21:25

I cook mine on the top rack on mesh, 200 degrees, and I use an extension ring. Turn over half way. And yes, oven gloves are a must - silicone ones are best.
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Post  pauldunn28 on 09.12.11 18:59

You could try a standard wire mesh pan, for cooking chips in a normal pan (before deep fryers were invented), then cut the handle off. Then use tongs to lift out and shake every now and then.

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Re: removal of oven chips

Post  Reeta on 10.12.11 6:51

Thank you for sharing this useful tip with us Paul.

thank you
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