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Post  CHOCOLATE BUTTON on 06.12.11 22:20

Hi everyone - just joined
Bought my oven yesterday and looked forward all day to cooking a roast chicken dinner tonight but was a bit disappointed with the results. The chicken wasn't too bad but was a bit undercooked in parts, leeks were OK, carrots were a bit hit and miss but the roast potatoes were a huge disappointment and most of them rock hard. Reading through previous posts it looks as though I should have par-boiled (common sense really as I do this anyway in my conventional oven). I'll pick myself up and have another go and just hope that I get a better result next time.
Great to read all the posts. Thank you. Sad

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Re: New halogen user - new member

Post  Admin on 07.12.11 16:12

Hello and Welcome to the forum
Reading the posts was a good start.

Hopefully you have been able to pick up a few tips from other members. After a bit of experimenting you will get it right for your oven. If you have a specific question, just ask and we'll do our best to help you

We are glad you have joined us C Button

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Post  pauldunn28 on 09.12.11 18:41

Im a fairly new user of the Halogen Oven (1 week). Did a roast lamb last sunday, meat and pots in oven, veg on hob. Meat turned out near perfect for the way I like it. Falls apart and is soft and juicy. Pots were not crunchy but had slight crispyness to them and were soft and fluffy inside. It may be the type of potatoe you use as well as the oven youve got?

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Post  Admin on 10.12.11 7:03

welcome-banner.gif to the forum pauldunn28

You are right about the type of potatoes you use as well as the oven. With a bit of experimenting you will get it right for you.

We are glad you have joined us.

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Post  junie on 10.12.11 10:19

Hello and Welcome Chocolate Button and pauldunn28

I'm glad you have both joined us.

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Post  CHOCOLATE BUTTON on 15.12.11 19:50

Thanks everyone for the welcome and encouragement. I did try heating up a pasty and doing some oven chips at the same time the following night as my husband was out at a work do and it worked great in a faster time than my conventional oven so I was well pleased. Just think I need the time to experiment. Thanks again cool

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Post  junie on 16.12.11 16:40

you\'re welcome

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