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Cleaning And Care; Technical Data - AEG 5545 Instruction Manual

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Useful hints for use
Cooking with a wok stems from Asian cuisine, the main
feature of which is that food is cooked for an extremely
short time.
It is therefore advisable to cut all the ingredients which
you need for a wok dish beforehand into „mouth-sized"
pieces (cubes/strips). This drastically reduces the cooking
time and your food will retain its fresh taste.
As the temperature of the oil in the wok is higher than
normal when food is prepared, please do not use any
butter, margarine or olive oil in the wok. The most suit-
able types of oil are frying oils or vegetable oil.
Please do not use any sharp or pointed objects when
handling the wok. The most suitable items are wooden
utensils.
Cooking with the Wok
When you have fi nished preparing all the ingredients
for your wok dish, unwind the lead completely. Turn the
temperature control as far as possible to the left. Only
connect the machine to a properly installed 230 V, 50 Hz
safety socket.
• Place some oil or stock into the wok.
• Turn the temperature control to the highest level and
preheat the wok for a few minutes.
• Add the diced ingredients in accordance with the
recipe.
• Cook these while stirring or turning constantly.
• If the liquid in the wok evaporates too much and the
ingredients start to „roast", add some liquid.
Serve the dish as soon as it is ready.
Steaming with the Wok
• Pour 2-3 cups of water into the wok and place the
grid on it.
• Put the ingredients on the grid and put the cover on.
• Turn the wok to the maximum to heat it up quickly.
• Then set the required temperature. If you are unsure
which setting to choose, begin with a low tem-
perature setting and then increase the temperature
gradually.
• The maximum volume is 1.5 litres.
NOTE:
When steaming add some water if necessary.
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Switching Off
If you would like to stop the cooking process, turn the
temperature control to the minimum setting (MIN) and
remove the mains plug from the socket. Allow the device
to cool down for a considerable period.
Mains Lead Take-up Device
Wind the mains lead up again on the underside of the
heating stand.

Cleaning and care

• Always remove the mains plug before cleaning the
device.
• Do not use a wire brush or any abrasive items.
• Do not use any acidic or abrasive detergents.
WARNING:
Under no circumstances must you immerse the hot-
plate in water in order to clean it. Otherwise this might
result in an electric shock or fi re.
Hotplate
• The hotplate should only be wiped off with a damp
cloth and then dried with another cloth.
Wok, lid and grille insert
CAUTION:
• Do not clean these parts in the dishwasher.
• The surfaces might become dull.
• These parts can be cleaned by hand in soapy water.
• Then rinse off with clean water and dry the parts off .

Technical Data

Model: ............................................................................... WOK 5545
Power supply: ............................................................. 230 V, 50 Hz
Power consumption:..........................................................1300 W
Protection class: ................................................................................Ι
Net weight: ............................................................................3,00 kg
This device has been tested according to all relevant cur-
rent CE guidelines, such as electromagnetic compatibility
and low voltage directives, and has been constructed in
accordance with the latest safety regulations.
Subject to technical changes without prior notice!
23.07.2009 14:21:49 Uhr
23.07.2009 14:21:49 Uhr

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