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I'm a Newbie too but need a bit of direction

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I'm a Newbie too but need a bit of direction

Post  stiny on 31.01.12 12:30

Hi, I live in Thailand and they don't have ovens here but my inlaws recently gave me a HO which I'm really grateful for and enjoying experimenting with, but I'd like to ask a question about it's cooking.....I've made apple crumble twice now and shepherds pie and a few other things (oh btw the chicken was to die for)but I noticed that with both the crumble and shepherds pie that the topping didn't really brown but more had the effect of being grilled, so in the end it sort of looked a bit burnt, is this normal? I was sort of expecting there to be an even colour, but I have to turn the items round for even colour. Please help??

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Post  Admin on 31.01.12 20:59

welcome-banner.gif to the forum stiny.

You didn't say what temp you set the oven, which rack you used , did you preheat your oven, did you use the extension ring ?

Please read the previous posts when you have the time. You will find lots of tips and advice to help you understand how to cook in your HO.

If you have a specific question, just ask and we'll do our best to help you.

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Post  junie on 01.02.12 13:19

Welcome stiny

With the heat coming from the top, it's easy to let the top of food overcook a bit. It can be helpful to lower the temperature, cook for longer, use the extender and/or use foil if necessary. You'll soon find what works best for you.

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