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Post  willowize on 28.10.10 14:11

Hi there, I'm so excited. I just received my new oven and can't wait to get started using it. Since I am in the process of unpacking at my new home I won't be able to start cooking until this weekend. I'm itching to get started cooking and finding recipes to use. Laughing

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Re: new to halogen cooking

Post  junie on 28.10.10 15:42

Hi and welcome Willowise

Welcome

You have come to the right place. You'll find plenty of tips and recipes here. If you need help you know where to find us.
I hope you'll be very happy in your new home. flowerz

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Post  Admin on 28.10.10 19:04

Hello and Welcome to the forum willowize

I am glad you have joined us

Have you decided what to cook for your first try?

I wish you Good Luck and happiness in your new home

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Post  willowize on 29.10.10 7:11

I am going to try roasting a chicken first. Figure I can't go wrong there.

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Post  Admin on 29.10.10 13:14

Yes I agree.
I have found chicken to be one of the easiest food to cook in my HO


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Post  willowize on 14.11.10 15:23

Yeah! Roasted 1 chicken and they were so yummy that my son went and bought another one for me roast. Mmm Mmm good.

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Post  junie on 14.11.10 15:49

Hi Willowize

I'm glad the chicken was such a big success for you. Well done. Thanks for taking the time to let us know.

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Post  hummingbird on 15.11.10 13:34

Hi Willowise and welcome hope your unpacking goes well and you are happy in your new home

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Post  mrsspain on 19.11.10 12:33

just 1 question how much water do you put in it and for how long to clean the oven as there was not much info with it thanx

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Post  mrsspain on 19.11.10 12:35

Sorry a bit rude meant to say hi as well Very Happy

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Post  junie on 19.11.10 12:50

Hi and welcome Mrsspain

Welcome

I add about 2 inches / 50 mm of lukewarm water (after the oven has cooled as cooling the glass too quickly can cause it to break) and a very small squeeze of washing up liquid and leave for 15 minutes on the wash setting.

The water will slosh around and warm up a bit too. It loosens any dirt and makes it easy to clean.

You can also line the bottom of the bowl with foil when doing messier cooking and that makes the clean-up even easier.

The bowl is also safe in a dishwasher.

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Post  mrsspain on 19.11.10 15:12

Thank you for your help now on to try a few recipes..already cooked a chicken which I was very happy with.

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