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Post  scotty on 07.01.11 9:33

Very Happy Hi everyone. Bought my first halogen yesterday as advised by a friend. Wanted to cook a full meal in it. Did lamb steaks, they were great as were the roast spuds but my broccoli was burnt. Also can I cook potatoes so I can then mash them. The book that came with my cooker wasn't very "advisable" as what to cook other than bacon and a jacket spud!!Also can anyone give me tips on cooking a caaserole, do I put a dish in the large dis or use the dish itself (hope that makes sense) Going back to work full time and wanted to prepare things then I can phone home and tell someone to switch it on then it'll be done when I get in . Thanks in anticipation of your replies.

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Re: Another newbie

Post  junie on 07.01.11 13:06

Hi Scotty

Welcome

Tender vegetables like brocolli are best steamed in a foil parcel with a little water. Technically it would be possible to cook potatoes for mash in a dish of boiling water but probably quicker in the microwave or on the hob.
Use a casserole dish on one of the racks to allow heat to circulate underneath. If you have an extender ring use the top ravk, if not use the bottom rack (depending on the size of your casserole dish.)
When you have time have a read of previous posts and recipes, there's a lot of help already here. I'm glad you have joined us.

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Post  Admin on 07.01.11 13:16

Hi Scotty,

it is advisable to read the previous posts. Most the answers are there Smile

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Re: Another newbie

Post  hummingbird on 07.01.11 15:23

Hello and Welcome to the forum scotty, sure you'll find lots of help here with casseroles may be worth asking someoone to put it on about 30 mins before you are home then you will have a reduced time to wait although food will need stirring every 10 mins just to help everything to cook. Sure you will find what works best for you and your oven happy cooking

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Post  scotty on 07.01.11 19:12

Thanks everyone. Once I had registered on here, (after I had written my questions), I did read the other forums.....very informative and I will be trying some of the recipes

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