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Post  kathdillon on 20.03.10 13:56

Hi everyone, I am Kath I purchased my HO 3 weeks ago in Spain where I live the instruction book is all in Spanish or some other unknown language so I am trying to muddle through with bits and pieces i have picked up on the web. I have not used my big oven or grill since I got the HO I love it Very Happy
I have cooked the following:-
1. Jacket Potatoes
2. Sausages
3. Bacon
4. Toast
5. Victoria Sandwich
6. Chicken
7. Steak and Kidney Pie
8. Burgers
I didnĀ“t find the toast to be very good it was pale in colour and hard but everything else has been fine, I have always used full power (apart from the cake) and just kept putting it on for 10 mins untill things were cooked.
Would be interested in what others have used it for.

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Post  franklinmilo on 20.03.10 14:52

Hi Kath,i'm Lin i live in Corfu,bought a HO a few weeks ago,still getting to grips with it,i've cooked pork chops,cauliflower cheese,also tried a victoria sandwich,didn't rise very much, although it was quite light to eat, how did your sponge turn out? Smile

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Post  kathdillon on 20.03.10 17:39

Hi Lin,
My sponge was delicious, well risen and a lovely colour I used the traditional victoria sandwich recipe 4oz sr flour, 4oz marg, 4oz sugar & 2 eggs I doubled up and did 8,8,8 & 4 and cooked it in one tin on 180 i did decrease and increase the temp as I saw fit I cooked it for 20 mins then put it on again for 20 mins and the another 20 I took it out before the end when it was well risen a nice golden colour and whe you pressed the top of the cake it sprang back up, have another go good luck

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Post  franklinmilo on 20.03.10 17:44

Hi Kath'that sounds good i'll have another go tomorrow and let you know the verdict cheers Smile

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Post  Admin on 21.03.10 17:46

Welcome to the Forum Kath.

If you need any advice just ask Very Happy

One of our active members will do their best to help you

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Post  babsbolton on 03.05.10 14:17

Hi Everyone,
I've just registered.
I only just received my new HO on Saturday, and cooked my first dinner,yesterday.
Roasted turkey, which turned out scrumptious, and -
Cherry Crumble, which also turned out super.
I'm impressed with the way it cooks and looking forward to creating lovely recipes.
cherry123

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Post  junie on 03.05.10 14:25

Hello and welcome

welcome

It sounds as though you are off to a flying start with your HO. (Most people start with a toastie or a baked potato). clap

Please share your recipes with us in the recipe section. Your cherry crumble sounds lovely.

If you have any questions just ask in the Q&A section and someone will try to help.

feedme

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Post  babsbolton on 03.05.10 15:31

Hi Junie,
Thank you for your lovely welcome message.
My simple 1st Recipes are as follows:
Heated my HO oven for 6 mins, and while waiting I rubbed Vegetable Oil all over a large Turkey Leg. When oven was ready, I set temp. to 190degrees, put Turkey leg on to bottom wire tray, and set time for 1hr. When this pinged, I then turned the leg over, and set time for another 20 mins. When cooking was finished, this big leg was cooked to perfection, with crispy outer skin, and succulent flesh underneath.

My Cherry Crumble was very simple indeed.
I used a Can of "Epicure Stoneless Black Cherries" fresh cherries not yet in season. Crumble:- 2oz Butter; 2oz Brown Sugar; 3oz Plain Flour. Cream the Butter, add the Brown Sugar, continue to mix, then add the Flour and mix thoroughly to a crumbly consistency.
I used a small oven dish, drained the Cherries, retaining the juice, placed the Cherries in the dish, then spooned some of the juice over them. Finally I covered all the Cherries with the Crumbly mixture.
Baked on the top wire shelf in the HO oven, on 190 degrees, for 40 mins.
It was delicious.
Special Note When placing on the top wire shelf, put the extension ring on to lift up the lid.
These little recipes were my first attempt on using my new HO oven, and are very simple.
I also made my own Ice-cream to go with my cherry pudding.
Enjoy:
cherry123

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Post  Admin on 03.05.10 18:51

welcome to the forum

Thank you for this lovely cherry crumble recipe. I know my boys will just love this feedme



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Post  junie on 03.05.10 20:21

Hi

Thank you so much for taking the time to share these recipes. I can't wait to try the Cherry Crumble.
I have added both recipes to the A-Z so that other members can find them easily.
This forum is only as good as its contributions and we all love a new recipe or two.

thank you

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Post  babsbolton on 05.05.10 18:37

Hi to Reeta
I just want to thank you for your message, and I hope your boys enjoy the Cherry Crumble.

Cherry123

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Post  babsbolton on 05.05.10 18:45

Hi Junie,
I just want to thank you for your lovely message. Its lovely to hear people may enjoy my Recipes, and I also want to thank you for any that I may receive too.

Cherry123

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