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Cooking in the glass bowl

Post  toots on 21.12.10 17:57

Hi
I,m planning to cook a Coq au Vin for our Xmas dinner, it's a recipe I use in my main oven but thought why not try it in the halogen, but for my family of four it's a tight squeeze to use casserole dish, I have read it's okay to use the main bowl the question I need answered is will I have to increase the temperature or increase cooking time at all.

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Post  junie on 21.12.10 18:31

Hi Toots

The problem with using the bowl is that there is no heat circulating underneath. The time will certainly be a good bit longer. Stir it frequently too to make sure it gets evenly cooked. Increasing the temperature a little may help.

Merry Christmas Toots

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Post  toots on 21.12.10 20:00

Thank you June I will give it a go,

and a very merry Christmas to you
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New casserole dish

Post  toots on 22.12.10 13:19

Hi message for Junie

I have been given a new deeper casserole dish which will be used on Xmas day saving me the worry of cooking in the base of glass bowl,
I,m much more confident now all will work out well, possibly still enough room for the roast potatoes as well on top rack.




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Post  junie on 22.12.10 14:56

Hi Toots

Good luck with your Coq au Vin. I think the deeper casserole dish is a good idea. I would still stir regularly to be on the safe side.

Merry Christmas to you too Toots rendeer
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