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Bonjour from France

Post  Dandy on 09.02.11 14:46

Hi Cool

I am an expat living in France and have just bought a Quigg halogen from Aldi today, so I am looking for a user manual in english and some suggestions for easy starter recipes. I did think about trying it out with a Cottage Pie, would that work and should I put the meat straight in the bowl or in the glass dish that I normally cook in...its the 12L model and my 350g of mince would look lost in it I think.

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Re: Bonjour from France

Post  junie on 09.02.11 16:28

Hi Dandy and welcome

welcome

Here is a link to the manuals from some other models - they all work in much the same way-

http://halogenovenrecipes.forumotion.com/f10-halogen-oven-manuals-and-instruction-leaflets

As for your cottage pie, use your usual glass dish. Food placed directly in the oven takes a long time to cook as the hot air can't circulate underneath. If your oven has the space with your glass dish in place - it is generally better to use the top rack with the extender ring in place - if the top is cooking too quickly cover it with foil for part of the cooking time.

Have a look at our recipe A-Z section for ideas and if you read some of the previous posts you'll get plenty of hints and tips. The search box on the top left will allow you to search for something specific.

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Re: Bonjour from France

Post  Dandy on 09.02.11 16:38

Thanks for the info and welcome.
Cottage pie is in progress.
Bit disconcerting that the light keeps switching on/off, it looked like Blackpool illuminations when it was first switched on.

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Re: Bonjour from France

Post  Admin on 09.02.11 18:13

Salut Dandy et Bienvenue sur le Forum

you will soon get used to this light. Wear your sunglasses for now Laughing


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Re: Bonjour from France

Post  hummingbird on 10.02.11 13:08

Hello and Welcome to the forum Dandy

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