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Ready Meals

Post  andrewhearne2009 on 17.11.10 18:07

It said on the advert ready meals can be done is this per the instructions from the meals or is it different for the halogen oven, thanks

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Post  junie on 17.11.10 20:30

Hi Andrew

You can cook anything in your HO that you can cook in your 'big' oven. As long as the packaging is oven safe you're ok but not the plastic containers that are microwave only.

The meals will cook approximately as per the fan oven times and temperatures given on the packet.
Just make sure that your food is piping hot throughout. If anything starts to brown too much before being cooked through properly just cover the top with foil.

You'll soon get the 'feel' of your oven with a little trial and error.

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Post  lavlark on 17.01.11 22:59

I only joined yesterday and already I am learning what can be done in the H\O.

I did my first 'cook', a chicken and it was really good, moist etc. I have just posted a query re what containers one can use, and already I am finding out from different members.

thank you

Regards Val

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Post  junie on 18.01.11 9:37

Hi Lavlark

I'm glad you chicken was so good. Thanks for letting us know.

We are lucky to have such helpful members as you are finding out. Very Happy

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Post  Stokkers on 20.01.11 17:16

I took delivery of my new HO, Nuo, yesterday and am starting my experimenting today.

I have been having my ready meals delivered by Wiltshire Farm Foods, and their containers seem suitable for both conventional ovens and MW. I have rarely used the MW for them, preferring the conventional. There never seems to have been any problem in the big oven, so lets see what happens this evening.

Hopefully, I shall be able to start cooking from scratch soon. Interested to see what happens.

Ken. Very Happy

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Post  Admin on 20.01.11 20:14

Hi Ken

do come back and tell us about it

Sharing our experiences can only make us better HO cooks

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Post  Stokkers on 20.01.11 20:28

Hi Reeta

I'm afraid to say that I am not too impressed, but I think that is to be expected. Whether it was the timing/temp, I'm not sure, but over the last few weeks, I haven't been too happy with the meals themselves - the veg hasn't been cooked enough, but not to worry, I will be getting my own culinary skills to work and try out. I am particularly keen to try some egg meals, such as poached, scrambled and omelettes. Always one for a trial.

I wonder whether to get in touch with Wiltshire and ask their advice. The containers stood up to the HO, so that is one point in their favour.

Ken

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Post  Admin on 23.01.11 1:11

Hi Ken,

Trial and error is the main ingredient with Halogen Oven cooking.

Please take a look at the A to Z of recipes. I am sure you will find something you like there.

Stokkers wrote:I wonder whether to get in touch with Wiltshire and ask their advice
why not? You are their customer afterall

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