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Absolute novice....

Post  pixpilk on 16.05.10 10:44

Hello, I am Pixpilk and am a brand new user, not only of a halogen oven but to computer forums! please be gentle with me. What is the best way of minimising cleaning - I have a strong aversion to scrubbing and scouring; is it always best to cook on tin foil rather than directly on the racks - I'm thinking particularly of cooking chops or bacon which spit fat. If you line the bowl/racks with foil, does this impede the cooking process?

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Re: Absolute novice....

Post  junie on 16.05.10 11:08

Hello and welcome pixpilk

welcome

We're a friendly lot - of course we'll be gentle with you.

It's fine to line the oven with foil. You can line the racks too but make sure the hot air can still circulate well as the heat is provided from the top. I have the smaller 7 litre model and it's very easy to 'block out' the bottom of the oven.

If my oven gets a bit splattered, I use the wash cycle. Pour a couple of centimetres of lukewarm water and some washing up liquid into a cooled bowl and switch on the wash cycle for about 15 minutes. The water swirls a bit and warms up. When the cycle ends wipe around the inside of the bowl using the warmed water, pour away and dry. I do line the bottom of the oven and I've never had to scrub it - just wipe. Very Happy

Take a little time to look around the forum and ask any questions in the quesion and answer section. We'll help if we can.

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Post  pixpilk on 16.05.10 21:36

Thank you so much - that was exactly what I needed to know. I have already picked up some really useful info - now I need to take a breath and put some of it into practise.

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Post  Admin on 17.05.10 17:05

welcome to the forum pixpilk

We are glad you've joined us

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