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Hi from a newby

Post  Linda53 on 27.11.09 18:36

Hi everyone, I'm new to this forum and also to halogen ovens. I've just bought a Flavourwave Turbo Oven. I bought in from an auction site in Germany and the instruction book has turned out to be in Swedish. I didn't want to pay a lot in case it turned out to be 'just another gimmicky thing' and I couldn't get one posted to me in France from the UK. Anyway, as you can imagine I'm finding it a bit difficult and am hoping that I can pick up some help and info on this forum.

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Post  Admin on 28.11.09 16:38

Welcome to the Forum Linda

I have posted the Flavorwave instruction manual in English in the Manuals and instruction leaflets section

There are some recipes as well

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Post  Linda53 on 29.11.09 10:30

Thanks Reeta that's very helpful, I'll try out some of the recipes. I've cooked a shoulder of lamb with roast vegetables. The lamb was beautiful but I need to work on the roast potatoes still but I guess it's going to be a trial and error process.

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Roast Potatoes

Post  wimplebum on 02.12.09 20:35

Hi Linda, I did roast potatoes a couple of days ago and did it slightly different, I did one half part cooked in the microwave for about 4 minutes (about half the time to cook completely) and then finished them off in the Halogen oven after coating them with butter, and the other half straight in the Halogen Oven. The part cooked ones were really good, but the others were still hard and needed an extended period of time to cook them. Hope thats of some help to you.

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Post  Linda53 on 18.12.09 21:32

Thanks wimplebum for the microwave tip - I'll try that. Since I posted the query I have tried my normal way of part boiling them and then tossing in some seasoned oil before cooking in the halogen oven - they turned out good as long as I cooked them on their own. If I tried to cook them with the meat they lost their crunchieness.

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