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Ultimys Duo Combi
5141
AFW2
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Summary of Contents

  • Page 1

    Ultimys Duo Combi 5141 AFW2 Français ....... . English ....... .

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents Appliance description ......... 25 Display .

  • Page 3: Control Panel, Accessories

    Control panel 1- Display 2- Clock & independent Timer 3- Auto Cook button Automated cooking pro- gram 4- Auto Crousty button Automated Crispy cooking program 5- Crousty button (manual) 6- DUO button Reheating on two levels 7- Temperature setting button 8- Start and Quick reheat (+30 seconds) but- 9- Stop/Cancel + Child Safety control button Accessories...

  • Page 4: Preparation, Connecting, Position

    Accessories Rôtisserie Accessories Drip tray For use in “Rôtisserie” mode, this glass dish is placed in the cen- tre of the turntable to catch the cooking juice from meat and poultry. The main spit is fitted in the centre of the dish. Main spit This spit is used for cooking poultry and roasts in “Rôtisserie”...

  • Page 5: Safety Instructions, Instructions For Use, Foods, Containers And Materials

    Important safety instructions Read carefully and keep for future reference. 1. Your appliance is for domestic use. It is intended only for cooking, hea- ting and defrosting foods and drinks. Use it only for these purposes. 2. Do not allow children to use the appliance without supervision in particular in the combination mode due to the temperatures generated.

  • Page 6

    Place the empty container on the turntable together with a glass of water and run the oven for one minute at maximum power. After one minute : • if the container is cold, it is “transparent” and can be used for micro- wave cooking, •...

  • Page 7: Cooking Time, Resting Time, Setting The Time, Adjusting The Independent Timer, Using The Automatic Programmes

    Cooking time To determine the right cooking time for your foods, follow the instruc- tions on the packaging of ready-made dishes and deep-frozen products. In the absence of any precise indication, divide the cooking or reheating time given for a conventional oven by at least three. In any case, refer to the cooking guide included in these instructions.

  • Page 8: Auto Cook, Auto Defrost

    • If you do not open the oven at the end of cooking, it will sound a reminder every minute. AUTO COOK Automatic cooking programme 4 programmes are available: 1. Fish – 300 to 900g Cooking mode, “micro air” 2. Red meat (beef, lamb) – 900 to 1500 g Cooking mode, “micro air”...

  • Page 9: Auto Crousty, Using The Manual Functions

    AUTO CROUSTY Automatic crisp cooking programme For use only with the Crousty dish (see details of accessories, p. 26 and 27) 4 programmes are available: 1. Pre-cooked pizza – 200 to 500 g 2. Deep-frozen pizza – 200 to 500 g 3.

  • Page 10: Micro" Mode, Grill" Mode

    • At the end of cooking, the oven will beep 4 times and “:0” will blink 4 times on the display. The clock time will then reappear on the display. • If you do not open the oven at the end of cooking, it will sound a reminder every minute.

  • Page 11: Micro Grill" Mode, Air" Mode

    2nd step: cooking in grill mode Place the food on the top of the DUO rack and place the rack in the centre of the turntable. Always use oven gloves to handle dishes and accessories in “grill” mode. Risk of burns. Use the “SELECT”...

  • Page 12: Micro Air" Mode

    In “air” mode, it is advisable to preheat the oven for a few minutes before inserting the food. 1st step: preheating the oven Select “air” mode by pressing the “SELECT” button 4 times. The “air” symbol will appear on the display, together with “ :0” (in the upper part of the display) and “180 °C”...

  • Page 13: Using The Quick Reheat Function

    Setting the power By default, the oven runs at maximum power. If you wish to use maxi- mum power, there is no need to make a power setting. If, on the other hand, you wish to use a reduced power setting, select it by pressing the “W”...

  • Page 14: Crousty

    Place the first plate in the centre of the turntable. Place the DUO rack over this plate and place the second plate on the rack. Select the programme number by pressing the DUO button once or twice, depending on the degree of heating required. •...

  • Page 15: Rôtisserie

    ROTISSERIE For use only with the Rôtisserie accessories (see details of accessories, p. 27) This cooking mode is ideal for meat and poultry as well as for kebabs of meat, fish, vegetables or fruit. The combination of microwaves, the vertical spit and fan oven function or the grill element in vertical position gives per- fectly even and deliciously crispy cooking results.

  • Page 16: Adjusting The Cooking Time, Stopping The Oven

    In “Micro + Grill” mode the power may be : 600W 450W 300W In “Rôtisserie” mode, the maximum permitted power is 600 W. The power will be shown on the display (upper part), together with the “W” symbol. If you do nothing for 3 seconds, the power will disappear from the display and “...

  • Page 17: Using The "stop Turntable" Function, Activating The Child Safety, Cooking Guide

    Cancel The “STOP/CANCEL” button can also be used to cancel entirely the current cooking or programme. If you are currently cooking: press the “STOP/CANCEL” button twice. • At the first press, the oven will pause; at the second press, the cooking will be cancelled and the display will show the clock time.

  • Page 18: Reheating

    Rice doubles in volume during cooking. At the end of cooking, stir thoroughly, add salt, herbs or butter and leave to rest for the time indicated. The rice may not have absorbed all the water during cooking. Drain if necessary. Pasta : Use a large Pyrex container, suitable for microwaves.

  • Page 19: Defrosting

    • Heating guide for foods and liquids Cooking Food Quantity Power time (minutes) 150 ml (1 cup) 1 - 1 300 ml Drinks (coffee, (2 cups) 2 – 2 900 W tea, water) 450 ml (3 cups) 3 – 3 600 ml (4 cups) 250 g...

  • Page 20

    Potato / vege- “micro grill” table gratin 800 g mode (refrigerated) 600 W “micro grill” Chicken pieces 2 pieces mode 300 W Lamb chops 400 g “grill” mode “micro grill” 400 g grill only Pork steaks mode (2 pieces) 300 W “micro grill”...

  • Page 21: Crousty" Mode

    200 g Croissants “air” mode 4 croiss- uncooked + 180°C ants Baguette 200 g “air” mode precooked 1 loaf + 180°C 1. Stage : “air” mode + 220°C Fruit cake 700 g 2. Stage : “air” mode + 180°C “micro air” mode Apple pie 300 W...

  • Page 22: Rôtisserie" Mode, Cleaning

    200 g Grilled 450 W + grill tomatoes 400 g Pizza 400 g 600 W Frozen 200 g oven 300 g 450 W chips 400 g Fish 300 g 600 W nuggets (15 nuggets) “Rôtisserie” mode When “only grill” is indicated, select the “grill mode” manually. Cooking Stand Cooking...

  • Page 23: Technical Problems

    Remove any particles or stains inside your appliance or on the ring bearing with a soapy cloth. Rinse and dry carefully. To help dislodge food particles and eliminate bad smells, put a glass of lemon juice diluted in water on the turntable and run your appliance for 2 minutes at maximum power.

  • Page 24: Waste Disposal Requirements, Performance Testing Data, Technical Characteristics

    Waste disposal requirements Moulinex endeavours to respect the environment as far as is possible in the manufacture of its packaging. The package is made of 100% recyclable cor- rugated cardboard. The plastic parts of the appliance have a marking that indicates the type of material.

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