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instructions to pre-heating and cooking time
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Red means that it has power. Green means the heating element is on. The green light will cycle on and off as the thermostat controls the temperature. Allow the iron to heat til the green light goes off before adding batter. Watch for steam coming from the iron. When the steam stops the waffle should be done. Keep track of the time that it takes to cook. Experiment with cooking time for the best results.
Start out with just a few seconds if you are heating something and increase it if it isn't heated through, Sounds like the wattage is high on your unit or you are using too much time. Don't over do it. Just use a few seconds or a few minutes. Don't use the pre-sets if they are burning your food. Just punch in the seconds or minutes yourself until you learn how much time you need for the food you are cooking or heating.
Typically an oven beeps when the interior temperature macthes the temperature where you set the dial. This is an audible signal to that fact and particularly helpful when you need to pre-heat the oven. For example it you want to cook something at 350 degrees, you set the dial at 350. When your oven reaches that temperature it beeps to let you know. Some cooking directions tell you to preheat your oven. In that case, when you set the dial to 350 and wait for the beep...you know you are safe to start your cooking process because the oven is now pre-heated to the temperature you set. If your recipe requires a pre-heated oven, and you don't wait for the beep, your taking a guess at what temperature you're cooking your food. Additionally, if you want to know what the internal temperature of oven is and your oven is heated...you simply turn you dial setting and listen for the beep. Again, if you set your oven at 350 and you want to know how hot your oven is... slowly turn the dial setting. If the oven beeps at 275 then that's how hot your oven has gotten. To let it finish heating to 350 just reset the dial and wait for the beep.
Set the oven thermostat to 100 degrees ( very low heat) and wait to see if the onen indicator goes off. If it doesn't then the oven thermostat may be faulty. If you have an oven thermometer, then use that to check the oven temperature.
on setting 1 (low),the slow cooker can operate all day and night if required
when set to 2 (high) it is very much like a covered pot on the stove.food will cook in half the required time
AUTO the slow cooker will cook on 2 (high) until the food reaches a pre-set temperature,then switches to 1(low) and maintains a constant slow cooking temperature.Auto is ideal for someone who is leaving the house for the day 8-9 hours please feel free to share this information.If you have any more ? please fell free to contact me. bianca
Oil darkens with use the oil food molecules burn when subjected to high prolonged heat.
When frying foods such as fish or chicken use the oil once.
Do not filter oil over to reuse. Storing the oil in the refrigerator
may extend the life of the oil, this should not be done ever. This
process of chilling the oil and then burning the oil to room
temperature causes excessive splattering furing the heat up.
Storing the covered oil in a cool dark place, for up to three
months. ( remember to check oil when you use for color, smell, or
excessive foaming. Throw out if there is signs of all the above.
This unit has a warranty for one year from the day of purchase.
When starting let unit reheat 7-10 minutes. This will get the heat
to desired temperature. Re4ady light will cycle on/off during frying as
temperature fluctuates due to food load.
Types of foods cooking: temperatures and time of cooking
Chicken strips 375 F. 5-8 minutes
Chicken pieces, bone-in 375 F. 15-20 minutes
Fish, battered 340 F. 8-10 minutes
French fries, frozen 375F. 3-5 minutes
F375F. 3-5 minutes
Onion rings 375 F. 3-5 minutes
Shrimp, breaded 375 F. 2-5 minutes
When frying frozen food if iced rub off lose as this can make the
temperature of oil cool down. Pre-cooked frozen food cooks faster and
does not come out oily.
I cannot wait to start cooking in mine as I got it for a christmas gift. Great recipes in the owners manual:
Apples fritters yum yum,beer batter for fish or chicken, deep fried
chicken , chicken Kiev, quick doughnut made from biscuits, add topping
of ground cinnamon and suger.
FIrst, make sure there is some kind of fat or oil in the waffle batter recipe. This is the biggest difference between waffle and pancake batter. Go to Sams or a restaurant supply store and get a spray product like waffle-off. Spray lightly aftter every few waffles. Use lightly as heavy spray can cause build up. If you can't find this product use one of the PAM type sprays for BBQ grills or maybe an olive oil based product. Regular Pam sprays build up faster as they are not really designed for this. Don't try to wash the grids between uses as they need to keep the oil coating. (Like using a cast iron skillet) They will turn a dark brown. Just brush off crumbs or use a damp rag. Make sure the waffles are completely cooked as when not completely cooked they will seperate and be very difficult to remove. They are cooked when the steam stops coming from the sides. This will take 3 - 6 minutes. Don't preheat with the iron open or allow it to stand open for any longer than necessary. (It can overheat)
This is how I use the nordic ware... 1.Heat pan on medium heat on one side until temp gauge is in the middle. Dont turn pan at all when pre-heating 2. Open pan and coat bottom with a little butter. 3. Flip pan over and add butter to bottom side that has no butter. 4. Add batter quickly so butter doent burn. Add semi-thick batter in pan and only let batter run so there is about 1 inch of space left on the edge.(This space will fill with batter when you close the cover) 5. Temperature gauge should stay near the middle at all times. 6. Do not open the pan to check the batter waffle color or your crispy waffle will turn soft 7. Let waffle cook on first side until the steam that comes out from the side slows down to about half of the amount of steam that came out when battle was first put in. (Should be about 2 minutes) 8. Turn waffle pan over and DON’T open the pan.(you haven’t opened the pan once to look)
9. Let cook until steam reduces (Takes about 2 minutes)
10. Keep an eye on the temp gauge
11.Remember the first waffle always takes longer to cook than the second and third waffle.
12.If you have the urge to open the pan.Open the cover slowly.If it doesn’t open up easily then it is still rare and wait one minute to open. If you need to look, you should only open the pan after you turned it over. Once you open the pan, leave it open. If you close it the cripy top will turn soft.
13. Remember trial and error