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Post  barnsleynanna on 19.01.12 16:10

Hello everyone ! I'm new to the forum having been given a JML Halogen Oven by my mother (who bought one and now won't try to use it!). The recipe book which comes with it is pretty basic, so glad to find this site !
I was wondering ...am I wrong in assuming you're not supposed to add liquids to the oven ? I had in mind making a very large stew in the very large bowl, suitable for batch freezing. Would I just prepare a casserole as I would for the oven and switch on ? i.e. meat, potatoes, vegetables, stock or wine etc
Grateful for any advice to this very new, newbie !

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Re: Newbie looking for advice

Post  junie on 19.01.12 17:53

Welcome barnsleynanna

Technically your stew is possible but it would take a very long time as the heat can't circulate around the food the way it can in a 'big' oven.

Read some of the previous posts when you have time and you'll soon get to grips with your oven.

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Post  Iguenther on 21.01.12 14:55

Hi barnsleynanna,

I had the same idea today and made a huge pot of oxtail veggie stew....just to realize it can impossibly work since the convection part cannot work when the pot is filled up.
So I had to transfer everything to my crock pot and do it the classical way.
It looks like you need a smaller inner pot (casserole) for stews or soups. I am not sure if it has to be the special accessory casserole or if it can be any casserole which is oven proof and can take the temperature.
I posted in the accessory forum to find out. There is also a video about this tool on youtube:
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I suppose eventually we will get there.

Welcome on board. I joined just minutes ago.

Ilonka

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