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Post  dsears on 21.11.10 16:50

Hi all, purchased my first ever Halogen Oven the other day, 7litre. Used it for first time ever today. Must say the roast Pork when cooked had the best crackling ever! So impressed. Hopefully will get to grips with cooking all different kinds of food, really impressed. Very Happy

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Post  junie on 21.11.10 16:53

Hi and welcome Dsears

Welcome

Mine is a 7 litre model too. I love roast pork, beef and chicken cooked this way - it's always so moist.
I'm glad you got off to a good start and you know where we are if you need us.

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Post  Admin on 21.11.10 18:54

Hello and Welcome to the forum dsears

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Post  hummingbird on 22.11.10 14:38

Hi dsears
Hello and Welcome. I did my first roast pork yesterday not the first thing I've cooked but had trouble getting crackling. What did you you???? please

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Post  dsears on 22.11.10 14:57

Hi, to be honest I didn't really do anything, all down to the Oven. I just followed the very basic info. in my instruction manual: Set the oven to 220 and place pork on the low rack for around 30-40mins or until crackling has formed. Reduce the temp to 180-200 (I turned meat over at this stage) and cook for additional 20 mins.

I did not even rub oil etc. in to the crackling. It just turned out lovely and crispy. Whether down to cut of meat I don't know. Beginners luck????

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Post  hummingbird on 22.11.10 15:49

Hi dsears
Oh you lucky thing my flavorwave instruction although basic where followed but crackling didn't do very well perhaps i didn't have mine up high enough first off it's the only thing i've not been happy with though Smile thank you

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Post  dsears on 22.11.10 16:02

My model is PROlectrix and booklet basic. As above think it was just beginners luck. Quite adictive actually, as it was mesmorising watching the crackling crisp etc. Good luck. Very Happy

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Post  Eunice Crosse on 28.11.10 12:28

Hi folks. You will be pleased to hear I roasted a 5lb leg of lamb plus a few potatoes yesterday, with the help of my husband lifting and carrying for me. I used the experience of one or two of you.
The lamb garliced,salt and peppered and oiled went in at 200 for 20mins.The potatoes were boiled for 10mins then roughed up in a sieve and brushed with oil and added to the lamb with the heat turned down to 180 for 1 hour. The lamb was beautiful even though there was a small patch of pink in tne middle and the potatoes looked really good but were not quite as crisp as I like them. Next time I'll take the meat out and keep warm and turn the cooker up high for ten minutes or so. Best wishes.

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