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New to Halogen Cooking

Post  jaykay on 17.11.09 17:01

Hi
we live in Spain and have just acquired a halogen oven. my question is, can we cook frozen cooked meals without having to defrost first. Would welcome any advice on any kind of cooking along with recipes and cooking instructions.Many thanks in anticipation.
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Re: New to Halogen Cooking

Post  Admin on 17.11.09 23:35

Hello Jaykay

I have a JML and according to their TV ad you can cook food from frozen

I have cooked frozen pizza and frozen ready meals. The results were very good

I have never actually cooked a roast from frozen. Has anyone else done this already ?

If you read the other posts you will find some recipes kindly posted by other members

I am going to find that video ad and post it in the video section for you

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Re: New to Halogen Cooking

Post  Saschasmum on 18.12.09 19:33

I had a nuwave oven pro before the halogen and I used to cook whole chicken from frozen. If the chicken had giblets you would cook the chicken upside down and then take the giblets out before turning it over to finish cooking.

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Re: New to Halogen Cooking

Post  Linda53 on 18.12.09 22:14

Hi, I've cooked large, chicken quarters from frozen, they weren't too bad but I have to perfect it a bit more. It's all very trial & error for me because my chicken was my own free range and therefore not as tender as your bog-standard supermarket pieces - need slower, longer, moister cooking so they don't go tough.

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Re: New to Halogen Cooking

Post  bigtam10 on 17.04.10 8:29

hello,my name is tam would someone so kind as to tell me where i would find a book on cooking times and temp please as i have just bought a halogen oven oh yes i know there's a booklet with it but it not to good

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Re: New to Halogen Cooking

Post  Admin on 17.04.10 9:49

Hello Tam,

you will find some info here Manuals & Instruction Leaflets

More details regarding cooking temperatures are included with the recipes posted by members. When you have the time it would be a good idea to read some of the posts.

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