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hello all im a newbie to this site and halogen oven cooking

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Post  karen66 on 29.12.10 19:38

hello all i have been given an halogen multi cooker as a present for xmas with only 2 recipes to cook.can you cook caseroles and baked potatoes in it? any ideas welcomed.

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Re: hello all im a newbie to this site and halogen oven cooking

Post  Admin on 30.12.10 11:56

Hi Karen,

yes you can cook caseroles and baked potatoes and more. Just think of it as your big oven but on a smaller scale.

Check out the recipes section, this will give you an idea on the types of dishes you can cook in your HO

You know where we are if you need help Karen.


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Re: hello all im a newbie to this site and halogen oven cooking

Post  hummingbird on 30.12.10 16:34

Hello and Welcome to the forum karen happy cooking

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Re: hello all im a newbie to this site and halogen oven cooking

Post  karen66 on 30.12.10 16:55

hello and thank you
can i just say what a welcoming,lovely, and very friendly site xx

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Post  Steve_Seven on 31.12.10 4:34

Casseroles : measure the inside of your oven with and without the extender ring in place,and the dish sitting on the low rack so that heat can get underneath. Then buy an appropriately sized lidded dish which will allow hot air to circulate around it.

I've had Pyrex for a while from cooking with a Combination Convection-Grill-Microwave cos i like to see whats going on. I have 3 different sized round bowls which I can now put a kitchen foil lid to. You need enough clearance room at the sides to lift it out with oven gloves, the tongs won't do the weight. The bowls I have don't have straight sides so I dont need to use a rack for the large ones.
The considerations seem to be round or square rather than rectangular which wastes space, and the lips or handles to lift it in and out, and a lid which doesn't get too close to the element.

The cookware out there is mostly rectangular or oval to fit the built in ovens and Aga's.

Jacket Spuds : I wash mine, scrubbing, then I'll dry them and prick with a fork so they dont burst.
I cover them in oil from a spray smoothed round by hand.
To start the cooking process give them 2 or 3 minutes each side depending on size and variety in the microwave ( shock horror ). Then put them in the bottom of the halogen to crisp around the sides with whatever recipe or casserole is on the go. To finish each jacket make a cross in the top, 2 cuts at right angles till half way down. Then put your finger and thumb into cold water and quickly squeeze the hot spud to expose the cross. Stick a dollop of mayo or marge or butter to melt into the cleft.

Enjoy Smile

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