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Post  daisy12 on 03.09.15 8:23

hi,
new member here,just bought a H O,brilliant website ,will be trying some of the recipes on here

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Post  LesleySM on 03.09.15 20:50

Welcome on board- expect to make a few mistakes and get burned(when they say the lid gets hot they are not kidding!) but very quickly you'll never go back to a conventional oven. Mine now is merely somewhere to put my HO on. I was never a good cook beyond the basic stuff and I didn#t even do that well but in the 18 months or so I've had my HO I'm getting pretty good at this stuff

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Post  daisy12 on 04.09.15 9:44

Thanks for the welcome LesleySM, yes I have already caught my hand on the lid but then I did that on the normal oven lol,have cooked roast pots,they came out lovely,whole chicken,though that could have done a little more as it was still a little pink near the bone, jacket pot that didn't cook inside at all but burnt on the outside,but will try again,all in all I am very pleased I bought one.

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Post  Reeta on 04.09.15 13:25

We are happy to see you on board Daisy.

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Post  daisy12 on 04.09.15 18:04

Thanks for the welcome Reeta
Just made a steak and onion pud,it came out just fine,cooked it on 250 for an hour(I followed the treacle sponge rec,ie cover and add hot water,going to try bread next

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Post  LesleySM on 25.09.15 21:24

daisy12 wrote:, jacket pot that didn't cook inside at all but burnt  on the outside,but will try again,all in all I am very pleased I bought one.

I turn them over every 10 or so minutes- anything especially if its near the lid needs turned over from time to time but with jacket spuds I use an extender ring and have an air fry ring in the way and still turn them over

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Post  Carol Stevens on 10.10.15 11:25

I start my jackets in the microwave - 5 mins is enough to get them going then on the bottom shelf of the halogen on 200. Crispy on the outside and perfectly cooked in the middle

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