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Ok! Now what Do I Do?

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Ok! Now what Do I Do?

Post  Gateway on 22.03.12 20:35

Hi Everyone

Just took delivery of my new cookshop oven and thought I would impress "Er in Doors" and check to see if this HO works! So had mince the other night which I cooked the "other way" so decided to see how quick this would warm it up again! Hummmmm! placed on a low rack setting in a pryrex oven dish some 22mins later!still cold!I was using a low fan setting and oven set to 260C something has got to be wrong here folks!! Or is it just me being stupid!(No need to answer that one in detail..lol)Er in doors was not impressed here and need to pull this one out of the Oven so too speak in order that It and me doesnt get sent to the side lines!

Anyway Name is Ans! look forward to being told i got this all wrong and should have done this that way and the other way instead..lol

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Re: Ok! Now what Do I Do?

Post  Admin on 22.03.12 20:58

Hi Ans,

it's best to use the high rack as hot air/heat must circulate all around the food.

(22mins later food still cold) that shouldn't be the case.

Was the mince frozen ?






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Re: Ok! Now what Do I Do?

Post  Gateway on 23.03.12 12:43

Hi Reeta

No mince had been thawed the previous day and came out of fridge into new oven at 260C! but still took 22 mins and the oven was red hot! thought maybe that the pryex dish was to thick or something or is that just me..lol

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Re: Ok! Now what Do I Do?

Post  Admin on 23.03.12 19:33

Hi Ans,

it's best to read the older posts for advice

With a bit of trial and error you will get it right for your oven.

Good Luck

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