I am 73 years old and have some tried and tested conventional oven recipes. I will try to adapt
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I bet you can give us so many tips and advice about cooking in general.
Adapting our conventional oven recipes for the halogen oven is what most of us are actually doing. With a bit of experimenting we do get it right in the end and then we tell others about it here in this forum.
I've had a few disasters too but they don't know about it here, I didn't tell anyone. Too embarrassing
We are a friendly group so please don't hesitate to ask if you need any advice
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As Reeta said, we are all trying different things with our halogen ovens.
Hopefully you got a 12 litre one - not like me, I bought a 7 litre one thinking its big enough for a single person on his own, but I forgot I do enjoy cooking and trying things out. If you try to cook a cake in the halogen oven you need to use either a ring tin or ramakins otherwise the middles dont cook. I am feeling a bit silly because I finally managed to get a ring tin and it just sits on top of my oven
Just means I will have to get the 12 litre. We are all trying different things and experimenting.
Its so good to have you with us. We all wish you success, and you know the saying - if at first you dont succeed, try, try, try again - that fits with the halogen.
Wishing you success and happy cooking
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