User manual INDESIT MWI14IX

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[. . . ] BEFORE USING THE OVEN, REMOVE THE PLASTIC PROTECTION ANGLES ON THE GLASS DOOR (IF EQUIPPED) 1. screws (all of which can be found in the accessory bag). GB 368 55 0m in. 20 50 595 min . 8 0+ 0 ventilation passageway 56 A 2. Remove the 2 screws (x) from the fastening bar under the microwave oven. Make sure that there is the same amount of free space at each side of the fastening bar. [. . . ] 7) Always do your cooking by placing the food container in the centre of the turntable. 8) It is perfectly normal for condensation to form inside the oven and near the air outlet. To reduce such condensation, cover the foodstuffs with clear-sheet, wax paper, a glass lid or simply an overturned plate. Then, too, foods having a water content (e. g. , greens and vegetables) cook better when covered. 9) Do not cook eggs in their shells: the pressure which builds up on the inside would cause the egg to explode, even after cooking has finished. Do not heat up eggs which have already been cooked, unless they are scrambled. 10)Do not forget to open containers which are air-tight or sealed before heating or cooking food in the oven. The pressure on the inside of the container would rise, causing them to explode even after cooking has finished. 26 Using the controls and setting the modes Microwave-only function This function is suitable for: • Keeping food hot page 27 • Defrosting page 27 • Heating page 29 • Cooking stew, white meats, fruit, vegetables, rice, soup and fish page 31 • To brown the foods, to bake pastry and fruit page 33 simply by turning the timer knob to its “0” setting. You may also change the cooking time (while the cooking itself is in progress) by turning that same knob back or forth. You can check on the situation while the cooking is in progress by opening the door and examining the food. That move will interrupt the oven’s operations, but they will begin again once the door has been closed. GB Using the microwave only function to keep food hot This function enables you to keep food hot, whether that food be just cooked or re-heated, without having it get dry or stick to its container. The food is placed directly onto the plate from which it is to be eaten and is always covered either with a transparent film or with an upturned plate. Packets of any kind of commercially available pre-cooked food, to be heated to a temp. Remove the food from any rice metal packets and put it directly onto the plate from which it is to be eaten. For best results, always cover the food. FROZEN FOOD TO REHEAT/COOK (INITIAL TEMP. 70°C • • • • Packet of lasagne or of pasta with filling Packet of meat with rice and/or vegetables Packet of fish and/or pre-cooked vegetables Packet of fish and/or raw vegetables Portion of meat and/or vegetables Portion of pasta, cannelloni or lasagne Portion of fish and/or rice 400 gr 400 gr 300 gr 300 gr “ “ “ “ 5-7 4-6 2-4 6-8 Packets of any kind of commercially available pre-cooked frozen food, to be heated to a temp. Remove the food from any metal containers and put it directly onto the plate from which it is to be eaten, increasing cooking time by a few minutes. Remove the raw food from the packets and place it in a container suitable for microwaves and cover. Portions of any kind of already cooked frozen food, to be heated to a temperature of 70°C. Place the frozen food in the plate from which it is to be eaten and cover it with another upturned plate or pyrex dish. Check that it is hot in the centre; where possible, mix the food. • • • 400 gr 400 gr 300 gr “ “ “ 5-7 6-8 3-5 CHILLED DRINKS (INITIAL TEMP. 70°C • • • • 1 1 1 1 cup of water cup of milk cup of coffee plate of broth 180 150 100 300 cc cc cc cc “ “ “ “ 1’. 30” - 2 All the drinks should be mixed after being heated to make the 1’. 15” - 1’. 45” temperature uniform. [. . . ] While the grilling is in progress, the turntable will collect all the escaping fat. Set the cooking time desired by turning the timer knob in a clockwise direction. Once the set cooking time has expired, a buzzer will sound to signal that your food is ready. Set the reheating time desired by turning the timer knob in a clockwise direction. The door must be kept closed. Using the oven-grill-only function for grilling By using this function, you can make all kinds of delicious grilled dishes. Always pre-heat the grill for 5 to 8 minutes before starting the cooking process. [. . . ]

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