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Hello from Torre Pacheco Spain

Post  michlyntyres on 02.01.10 10:02

I bought a halogen oven just before Christmas and just love it. I don´t have a problem with pizza, I just place it on the low rack and cook it from frozen (usually) for 8 minutes. Not soggy at all. Still experimenting because I thought €5 for a recipe book with about 10 recipes in was a bit on the expensive side, even for a cookbook addict. Smile

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Post  wimplebum on 02.01.10 18:14

Hi michlyntyres,

Welcome to the forum. You'll find loads of recipes and ideas here - and we even have our own Chef too!

Most of the recipes are tried and tested, so give it a go. My recipe book, which has wrong titles to every recipe, tells me that if I cook pizza I should put the spare rack on the top upside down to stop the filling blowing about. Did you have to do that?

We are all learning here as there are not many recipes published for the Halogen Oven.

If you get any problems or questions, don't hesitate to ask. Usually either someone has had a similar problem or one of us will look into it for you. No question is too small.

Hope you enjoy your oven

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Post  michlyntyres on 02.01.10 19:45

No I didn´t have a problem at all. I put a frozen pizza on the small rack and set the temp at 180 and timer for 8 minutes. I admit I was surprised at the speed it cooked at. Normally my oven takes about 10 minutes to get to that temperature and then another 12 minutes for the pizza to cook. The base was good.

Yesterday I cooked parnips from raw. Tossed them in olive oil, put in a dish and roasted at 200 for 20 minutes, they were so good, nicely roasted in fact better than in a traditional oven which tends to dry them out.

Looking forward to really getting to grips with this new toy of mine.

I see you are near my home town, Portsmouth.

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Post  wimplebum on 02.01.10 22:32

Hi michlyntyres,

Brilliant advice there thank you. I love roast parsnip and have not yet tried that one.

Thank you.

Yes I am in Gosport, just across the water.

All the best

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