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Post  from2day on 25.08.10 22:40

Hi i have just got an accessory set which included a toaster rack for doing10 slices of toast. my question is what temperature?
and for how long?
also does it go on lower or high rack?
thanks thank you
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Re: using toast rack

Post  Admin on 26.08.10 15:49

Hi Beth.

I don't have one of those so I can only tell you how to do toast without it.

Put the slices of bread on the high rack. Make sure the toasts do not touch the Halogen Oven Lid

Cook for about 4 to 5 min at 250 C . As with most Halogen Oven cooking first time you cook something you may not get the desired result.

I call this the (trial and error mode) Smile If you don’t like the result then adjust the temp and setting next time


If you use the toaster rack then check the space between the toasts and the HO lid. This will tell you whether to use the high or low rack.

Hope this helps

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Post  maybabe on 10.12.10 23:56

hi got my ho today tried toast went a bit hard lol bit like crisp bread

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Post  sunandmoontome on 11.02.14 22:21

All of my experiments so far with doing toast have kinda failed, probably because it just refuses to brown but goes extra extra crunchy lol. Maybe buttering both sides of the bread like you're supposed to in a sandwich maker would help with the colour and texture? Going to try next time.....

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