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ELECTROLUX EMC3060
Owner's Manual


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Complete owner's manual in digital format. The manual will be available for download as PDF file after You purchase it.

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n TO INTERRUPT THE COOKING CYCLE DURING OPERATION-open the door or press stop/clear button.
1. The oven will immediately stop. 2. The cooling fan will run for 5 minutes. 3. If no further cooking required, press STOP/CLEAR button. 4. The time of day is displayed. If you press stop/clear button during cooling time, the “cool” is displayed. 5. To continue cooking, close the oven door and press button. The oven will restart. 3. Press button. 4. Four beeps will sound at the end of the cooking time. The indicator light will go off. The display panel will return to Note: • When the operation is over, a cooling fan will run for 5 minutes. the “time of day”. The oven light will turn off and the turntable will stop turning. Since microwave cooking to some extent is different from traditional cooking, the following general guidelines should be considered whenever you use your microwave oven If the food is undercooked Check if: • You have selected the correct power level. • The selected time is sufficient-the times given in the recipes are approximate. They depend on initial temperature, weight and density of the food etc. • The container is appropriate. If the food is overcooked,i.e. dried out or burnt Before you cook again, consider whether: • The power level was too high. • The set time was too long-the times in the recipes are approximate. They depend on initial temperature, weight and density of the food etc. SETTING THE CONTROLS 1. Press button.
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Covering food helps: • To reduce spattering • To shorten cooking times • To retain food moisture All covering, which will allow microwaves to pass through are suitable-See above “Which utensils can be used in the oven?” Releasing pressure in foods Several foods are tightly covered by a skin or membrane. These foods should be pricked with a fork or cocktail stick to release the pressure and to prevent bursting, as steam builds up within them during cooking. This applies to potatoes, chicken livers, sausages, egg yolks and some fruits. Standing time Always allow the food to stand for some time after using the oven. standing time after defrosting, cooking/reheating always improves the result since the temperature will then be evenly distributed through out the food. In a microwave oven foods continue to cook even when the microwave energy is turned off. They are no longer cooking by microwaves, but they are still being cooked by the conduction of the high residual heat to the centre of the food. The length of standing time depends on the volume and density of the food. Sometimes it can be as short as the time it takes you to remove the food from the oven and take it to the serving table. However, with larger, denser foods, the standiing time may be as long as 10 minutes. During ‘standing’, the internal temperature of the food will rise by as much as 8˚C and the food will finish cooking in this time. Arranging food This is done in several ways in microwave cooking to give more even cooking results. If you are cooking several items of the same food such as jacket potatoes, place them in a ring pattern for uniform cooking. When cooking foods of uneven shapes or thickness, place the smaller or thinner area of the food towards the centre of the dish where it will be heated last. Uneven foods such as fish should be arranged in the oven with the tails to the centre. If you are saving a meal in the refrigerator or ‘plating’ a meal for reheating, arrange the thicker, denser foods to the outside of the plate and the thinner or less dense foods in the middle. Place thin slices of meat on top of each other or interlace them. Thicker slices such as meat loaf and sausages have to be placed close to each other. Gravy or sauce should be reheated in a separate container. Choose a tall, narrow container rather than a low and wide container. When reheating gravy, sauce or soup, do not fill the container more than 2/3. When you cook or reheat whole fish, score the skin this prevents cracking. Shield the tail and head with small pieces of foil to prevent over-cooking but ensure

n SPEEDY COOK n GENERAL COOKING HINTS
1. When cooking a roast with an excess amount of fat, it is helpful to remove the fat at turnove times to prevent pattering. 2. Prick the meats, fish or poultry with a fork to prevent bursting. Steam builds up pressure in meals, fish or poultry which is tightly covered by a skin or membrance. 3. Reduce suggested cooking times. It is always better to undercook foods rather than to overcook them. If a range of times is stated in a recipe, cook the food at the minimum suggested time, check for doneness, and then cook slightly longer if necessary. Note: • The cooking time increases by 30 seconds from 30 seconds to 5 minutes.

Points to remember when defrosting • The shape of the package alters the defrosting time. Shallow rectangular packets defrost more quickly than a deep block. Separate pieces as they begin to defrost; freef low slices defrost more easily. • Shield areas of food with small pieces of foil if they start to become warm. • When defrosting, it is better to under thaw the food slightly and allow the process to finish during the standing time. The amount of food The more food you want to prepare the longer it takes. A rule of thumb is that double amount of food requires almost double the time. If one potato takes four minutes to cook, approximately seven minutes are required to cook two potatoes. Starting temperature of food The lower the temperature of the food which is being put into the microwave oven, the longer time it takes. Food at room temperature will be reheated more quickly than food at refrigerator temperature. Composition of the food Food with a lot of fat and sugar will be heated faster than food containing a lot of water. fat and sugar will also reach a higher temperature than water in the cooking process. The more dense the food, the longer it takes to heat. “Very dense” food like meat takes longer time to reheat than lighter, more porous food like sponge cakes. Size and shape Smaller pieces of food will cook more quickly than larger pieces and uniform pieces of food cook more evenly than irregularly shaped foods. With unevenly shaped food, the thinner parts will cook faster than the thicker areas. Place the thinner chicken wings and legs to the centre of the dish. Stirring, turning of foods Stirring and turning of foods are techniques used in conventional and well as in microwave cooking to distribute the heat quickly to the centre of the dish and avoid overcooking at the outer edges of the food.

2. " :30" will appear in the display window. 3. Whenever this button is pressed, cooking time is increased by 30 seconds. 4. If the time was set this oven will operate automatically after 2 seconds. 5. Four beeps will sound at the end of the cooking time. The indicator light will go off. The display panel will return to the time of day. The oven light will turn off and the turntable will stop turning.

n PIE COOK
1. Press button.

“PIE” will show in the display. 2. Turn the DIAL KNOB for the desired cooking time.
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