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Post  Carainhongkong on 04.08.12 15:49

just bought a halogen oven today... trying to see what we can cook in it. the recipes included in our instructions are all asian (chinese bbq pork etc), which while good, are just not enough...

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Post  Admin on 04.08.12 16:56

Please check out the recipe section for all types of HO recipes.

Reading the posts will also help you a lot.

We are happy to see you here Carainhongkong

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Post  ozziejude on 04.08.12 20:27

Hello and Welcome
Wow Asian, now that would be interesting to learn to cook in a halogen oven.
Looking forward to you, letting us know how.
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Post  Carainhongkong on 05.08.12 7:38

thanks! well, thought i'd start REALLY simply...

so, i took out a package of frozen uncooked chicken wings (pre-marinated).... they took 15 minutes from frozen.

i put them in frozen, they were so frozen they were a block and i couldn't take them apart, after 2 minutes, i separated them and then left them for about 8 minutes, then turned them over and left them for about 6-7 minutes. (i cooked them on 250C)

they were lovely and juicy on the inside and crispy on the outside, just the way i like them! the whole family raved about them!

now, for dinner, i'm thinking....
beef tenderloin (marinated in beer), grilled with a little bbq sauce and carrots/asparagus/onion/eggplant cooked with a little olive oil and garlic....

fingers crossed!

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Post  Admin on 05.08.12 10:19

I am glad it's working out well for you Carainhongkong.

I do believe you are having great fun with your new oven Smile

Good luck with your dinner Chef


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Post  Carainhongkong on 05.08.12 13:12

ok, so tonight, i did the beef tenderloin...

marinated fillet steaks for about 5 hours in san miguel.

prepared: 1 brown onion, cut into 1/8's, 2 chinese eggplants, 3 carrots, small pkg of baby asparagus.... marinated all of that in a little olive oil, garlic & lemon juice

then, wrapped the veg in tin foil packets and cooked for 40 minutes on 250C

removed from oven and put onto plate. topped with a little feta cheese, a little more olive oil and a few sprinkles of oregano.

then put tin foil on bottom of oven and the high rack for grilling. grilled the fillets for 8 minutes on one side, then turned over and grilled for 8 minutes on the other side (adding bbq sauce with about 4 minutes left). *** when i do this next time, i won't cook for so long as we like ours a little more rare. once removed from the heat, the steaks were beautifully rare, but after sitting for 10 minutes they were more med-well.***

prawns:then on top of high rack, i put the "frying" dish. added a little butter, some pre-cooked prawns with a little garlic salt, lemon pepper and a sprinkling of lemon juice. cooked on 250C for 2 minutes, then stirred and cooked for a further 1 minute.

all in all, VERY happy with how it turned out. lovely meal, all done in one machine with very little clean up to do. only oil used was a couple of tables spoons in the huge amount of veg and a tablespoon of butter for the prawns.

DELICIOUS!

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Post  ozziejude on 05.08.12 21:25

thank you
Sound delicious
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