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Post  mickeyc on 23.03.10 15:28

hi,
is it possible to use the new silicone cookware in my halogen oven

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Post  junie on 24.03.10 11:21

Hi, yes it is.

Any cookware that you can use in your conventional oven is fine ie, tin, glass, foil, silicone etc.

Hope this helps and welcome to the forum.

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Post  mickeyc on 25.03.10 8:27

thank you Junie,

i am glad at last, have found friends that know what they are talking about, and can only gain knowledge and get better cooking skills through your great site Very Happy
thanks once again
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Post  fredabuk on 25.03.10 15:40

so glad to have found this forum thank you junie for replys
bought the steamer tray which came with a black baking tray
is the baking tray for frying bacon etc bit mixed up with it
thank you so much again
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Post  wimplebum on 25.03.10 17:42

Hi,

I have been a bit surprised what you can use in the Halogen Oven. Due to smoke problems I dont use my main oven. On the odd occasion I buy ready made meals. If I use them in the combo oven/microwave, even though they are supposed to be ovenproof containers, the bottom melts. I have not had this happen in the Halogen Oven. This is brilliant because that plastic when its melted and then set again does not come off.

Really pleased with the variety of things I can do with the halogen and hope you are too

Happy cooking

JOhn

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Post  junie on 26.03.10 17:48

Hi Freda

The baking tray can be used in any way that you use your trays in your conventional oven and for frying/roasting small pieces of food that would otherwise fall through the rack.

When cooking bacon other users have said that they place the bacon directly on the lower rack - letting the fat drip off (cooking suasages or other items that would normally take longer on the top rack)

Cleaning up can be made easier by lining the bottom of the bowl with tin foil.

Don't be frightened to experiment but be wary of plastic - if it would melt in your conventional oven, it will melt in the HO. Make sure the package states that the container is safe for use in a conventional oven. If it says microwave only, then you would have to transfer the food to a suitable container.

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Post  fredabuk on 26.03.10 19:51

thank you so much its so nice to be in a forum were people reply
cooked pork chops bit overdone but will know next time
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