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I have 2 Corningware Micro Mate browning dishes. It has been a VERY long time since they were used! I am in need of instructions! Thanks!!

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Be CAREFULL they were recalled. See the information at the site below.

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4. don't over fill - there's a little cast iron bump about an inch from the 'top' inside the cooker - that's about the max.
5. if you're cooking meat dishes have the dial on the top 'pressure release dial' on 3 - lighter dishes (e.g. soups) have on 1 or two.
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