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Wiltshire Farm Foods

Post  BOBWIN on 22.05.12 22:51

Hello everybody ,
I rang Wiltshire Farm Foods last week for advice on warming there meals in a H/O .
(TEMP and TIME ECT)
I was put through to there food testing department
and they said that after numerous tests they found that the best results were .

Without the extention ring .
Place on Bottom Rack Temp 170.
50-55 Mins.

With extention ring same as above but use Top Rack.

I tried it on three meals and they turned out fine .

Hope this helps others as it has helped me.

Bob Very Happy

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Post  junie on 23.05.12 10:39

thank you Bob

I'm sure this will be a great help to other members. Thanks for taking the time to share it.

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Post  kensim on 24.05.12 23:54

That's interesting. I've used the microwave in the past for their meals, and had too many mishaps. I think our MW is maybe more efficient than the ones they use.
Now my question is, do you still need to keep the film covering intact, as this has been my problem before. Leaving it intact has resulted in a complete mess, as it bursts and gives me a hard time cleaning the MW.

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Post  BOBWIN on 25.05.12 10:54

Hello.
Quick answer is Yes keep film intact,but dont prick it as you do for most other Frozen meals .
Hope this helps .
Bob

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Post  kensim on 25.05.12 23:48

Thanks Bob, will give them another trial. After all the extra work previously I stopped using their products.

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Post  Peter J Martin on 04.02.13 11:49

Hi Bob i have just purchased my halogen oven with excellent results so far,the question i would like to ask you is would you advise me if possible if Oakhouse foods which do the same meals as Wiltshire be the same instructions it seems to make sense to me and does the weight of the meal make any difference please? Oakhouse advised me to try it and see thank you in advance Kind Regards Peter. Very Happy

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Post  BOBWIN on 04.02.13 13:33

Hello Peter

I have never used Oakhouse meals ,so I cannot say for sure ,but I dont think there is any difference,the only thing I can suggest is, if you have too prick Oakhouse meals I would do so.

Also most meals are about the same size ,but if any are larger or smaller than the norm I would plus or minus the time and keep my eye on it.

Hope this helps
Good luck Bob

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Post  Peter J Martin on 04.02.13 16:41

Hi Bob thanks very much for the info Oakhouse foods deliver to our retirement complex on a Friday i will order a couple of meals and give it a try and post the result on the forum Good one

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