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New in Town

Post  Shamanic1 on 27.01.14 2:46

Hello,

  Bought a Turbo Oven on C-list.  No recipes in box. Could use some tips and recipes.  Cheers.

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Post  Admin on 27.01.14 20:33

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Re: New in Town

Post  LesleyM on 29.01.14 23:44

You'll love it! I got mine a couple of weeks ago but for various reasons only started using it on Sunday and I am now hooked!

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Post  LesleyM on 29.01.14 23:57

Shamanic1 wrote:Hello,

  Bought a Turbo Oven on C-list.  No recipes in box. Could use some tips and recipes.  Cheers.

Tips from another beginner:

1. It doesn't cook that much faster than a conventional oven but you can drop the temp 10-20% and it doesn't need warming up beforehand

2. Foil is your friend, it keeps things clean any grease or spills make sure they land on the foil then once its cooled down you just scrunch it up and bin it

3. The lid stand takes some getting used to- the first three times I tried to use it I put it upside down then had to react quickly when the lid nearly fell off the worktop

4. The lid and the extender ring etc are REALLY hot at the end of cooking- the tongs and oven gloves are REALLY your friends here

5 Don't be surprised when half way through the light goes off- it means it's reached the correct temperature (I thought it might have broken down the first time I saw it do that)

6 The handle can look as if its down and not be down far enough to switch it on

7 When you're first cooking with it you'll soon realise the great thing is you can do is look at what's cooking and adjust accordingly

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