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Baking trays and dishes For your safety
Never place cooking dishes, trays and so on over the oven burner. This will damage the oven as well as the ovenware and possibly the cabinet underneath the oven. Leave a gap of 13mm (Â½") Leave a gap dishes and (Â½")sides of all between all of 13mm the between dishesoven so the heat can circulateso the the and the sides of the oven heat can circulate properly. properly. Do notnot push dishes far backback as will Do push dishes too too far as food burn if it overhangs theitburner flames. food will burn if overhangs the burner flames. For the best results we recommend that you use a baking tray which is 310mm (12") square. If you use a tray or tin which is larger than this, you may need to turn it around during cooking. Place single dishes on the centre of the shelf. You may need to turn large items around during cooking.
For best results we recommend open roasting using minimal fat or oil to prevent splashing. It is not necessary to cover meat or poultry or wrap food in foil when roasting as this restricts the circulation of heat and will lead to extended cooktimes. If you are using a roasting bag or cover chicken breast with foil, be prepared to allow an extra 10 - 15 minutes for each 1/2kg (1lb). When cooking large items such as turkeys, the use of foil may be required to prevent the breast becoming dry before the rest of the bird is fully cooked.
Condensation may form on the oven. This is quite normal and nothing to worry about. The condensation forms when heat and moisture are present, for example during cooking. Whenever possible try to make sure that food which contains a lot of moisture for example casseroles are covered. If you do notice any condensation, wipe it up straight away. 16