Question about Toaster Ovens
I've been given an old aluminum West Bend ''Serving Oven'' bun warmer - with bakelite handles?? - and need instruction as to how to use it. Can I use it in the stove or oven to heat it up, and to what degree in order not to damage the handles?
Thank you. KM
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I have one of those that I got as a wedding gift from my parents in 1975. They were popular then. My mother had always come out with nicely warmed buns, but when my wife and I tried to use ours, our buns were soggy--from too much water, I guess.You have to use it on top of the stove, not in the oven. Try putting in about a half-inch of water and put in the middle piece. If it floats, then you have too much water. Put the buns inside, place the lid on, and put it on low heat for 2-3 minutes. You can regulate how soft or crisp the bun would be by opening the steam vent for more crispy bread, or closing it for it to be more moist. You can experiment with it, but yes, you DO need to use it on TOP of the stove.~ Barry
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