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Post  notail on 23.04.12 12:55

Got my HO last week and tried out some scones and cakes, once I had got some silicon cups, and all was wonderful, if a little crispy on top. Had all the silicon cups touching each other so perhaps not the best as some rose slightly lob sided.

Cooked a 1.5kg chicken next and cooked it to the time on the packet, 1hr 40m. Placed it breast side down for 30 minutes at 210 but turned it down to 190 as browning too much, and this with the ring on.

Turned it over and cooked for another 40 mins and it looked fine. Should have left it at that, but cooked it for another 30mins (as per packet) but turned out dry.

It seems that 1 hour is about right for this size, and that matches the recipe on here. Embarassed But at least it was cooked beautifully all through.

It does seem a case of watch the temp., and turn it down if things look a bit too hot, but dont compensate too much , as I did.

Excellent first experience with a large HO, so glad I got it.


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Post  junie on 24.04.12 17:30

Not too bad a start, notail Smile

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