Miele 10 406 200 Operating And Installation Instructions

Steam oven with microwave
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Operating and installation instructions
Steam oven with microwave
To avoid the risk of accidents or damage to the appliance it is essential
to read these instructions before it is installed and used for the first time.
M.-Nr. 10 406 200


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  • Page 1 Operating and installation instructions Steam oven with microwave To avoid the risk of accidents or damage to the appliance it is essential to read these instructions before it is installed and used for the first time. en-GB M.-Nr. 10 406 200...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents Warning and Safety instructions................ 7 Caring for the environment ................ 19 Guide to the appliance .................. 20 Steam oven front view................... 20 Accessories supplied .................... 21 Controls........................  22 Sensor controls ..................... 23 Display........................25 Symbols...................... 26 Description of functions .................. 27 Steam cooking mode ....................
  • Page 3 Contents Operation: Microwave function................ 45 Simple operation ....................45 Advanced operation ....................46 Switching on and off automatically .............. 46 Sequence of an automatic programme............ 47 Changing settings during a programme..............47 Cancelling cooking ....................48 Automatic programmes .................. 49 List of food types....................
  • Page 4 Contents Sausages....................... 67 Fish........................67 Shellfish ......................... 70 Mussels ......................... 71 Rice ........................72 Pasta ........................73 Dumplings ......................74 Grain ........................75 Dried pulses ......................76 Hen's eggs ......................78 Fruit ........................79 Menu cooking (cooking whole meals) ..............80 Sous-vide (vacuum) cooking ................
  • Page 5 Contents Time of day......................116 Display...................... 116 Clock format.................... 116 Setting the time .................... 116 Date ........................116 Lighting........................ 117 Display brightness....................117 Acoustic tones..................... 117 Melody...................... 117 Solo tone ...................... 117 Keypad tone ......................118 Units ........................118 Weight ...................... 118 Temperature ....................
  • Page 6 Contents Optional accessories .................. 135 Cooking containers ..................... 135 Cleaning and care products ................136 Miscellaneous...................... 136 Safety instructions for installation.............. 137 Detailed dimensions of oven front.............. 138 Building-in dimensions .................. 139 Installation in a tall unit..................139 Installation in a base unit..................140 Installation......................
  • Page 7: Warning And Safety Instructions

    They contain important notes on installation, safety, use and maintenance. Miele cannot be held liable for damage caused by non-compliance with these instructions. Keep these instructions in a safe place and ensure that new users...
  • Page 8 This special lamp must only be used for the purpose it is intended for. It is not suitable for room lighting. Replacement lamps may only be fitted by a Miele authorised person or by Miele Service.
  • Page 9 Warning and Safety instructions Safety with children  Activate the system lock to ensure that children cannot switch on the steam oven inadvertently.  Children under 8 years of age must be kept away from the appli- ance unless they are constantly supervised. ...
  • Page 10  Unauthorised installation, maintenance and repairs can cause considerable danger for the user. Installation, maintenance and re- pairs must only be carried out by a Miele authorised technician.  Radiation by microwaves: Service or repairs which necessitate the removal of any casing must only be carried out by a suitably trained service technician.
  • Page 11 Miele authorised service technician. Otherwise the guarantee is invalidated.  Miele can only guarantee the safety of the appliance when genu- ine original Miele replacement parts are used. Faulty components must only be replaced by Miele spare parts.
  • Page 12 Warning and Safety instructions  If the steam oven is installed behind a furniture panel (e.g. a door), ensure that the door is never closed whilst the steam oven is in use. Heat and moisture can build up behind a closed furniture panel and cause subsequent damage to the steam oven, the housing unit and the floor.
  • Page 13: Correct Use

    Warning and Safety instructions Correct use  Danger of burning. The steam oven becomes hot when in use. You could burn yourself on the heating elements, oven interior, cooked food, oven accessories or hot steam. Wear oven gloves when placing food in the oven or removing it and when adjusting oven shelves etc.
  • Page 14 Warning and Safety instructions  When using a small electrical appliance, e.g. a hand-held blender, near the steam oven, care should be taken that the cable of the ap- pliance cannot get trapped by the steam oven door. The insulation on the cable could become damaged, giving rise to an electric shock hazard.
  • Page 15 Warning and Safety instructions  Microwave mode  is not suitable for cleaning or disinfecting items. Items can get extremely hot and there is a danger of burning when the item is removed from the appliance.  Do not cook or reheat food or liquids in sealed containers, jars or bottles.
  • Page 16 Warning and Safety instructions  Do not use the microwave function  to heat up cushions or pads filled with cherry kernels, wheat grain, lavender or gel, such as those used in aromatherapy. These pads can ignite when heated even after they have been removed from the oven. ...
  • Page 17 Warning and Safety instructions  The steam oven can suffer damage when using Microwave func- tion  if it is empty or incorrectly loaded. For this reason please do not use the Microwave function  to pre-heat crockery or to dry herbs and do not start the Microwave function  when the steam oven is empty.
  • Page 18 Accessories  Only use genuine original Miele accessories and spare parts with this appliance. Using accessories or spare parts from other manu- facturers will invalidate the guarantee, and Miele cannot accept liab-...
  • Page 19: Caring For The Environment

    Caring for the environment Disposal of the packing mater- Disposal of your old appliance Electrical and electronic appliances of- ten contain valuable materials. They The packaging is designed to protect also contain materials which, if handled the appliance from damage during or disposed of incorrectly, could be po- transportation.
  • Page 20: Guide To The Appliance

    Guide to the appliance Steam oven front view a Controls g Water container with removable spill guard b Ventilation outlet h Drip channel c Automatic door release for steam re- i Temperature sensor duction d Door seal j Side runners e Compartment for water container k Steam inlet f Suction tube...
  • Page 21: Accessories Supplied

    DGG 1/2-40L Accessories supplied The accessories supplied with your ap- pliance as well as a range of optional ones are available to order from Miele 1 solid cooking container (see "Optional accessories"). Gross capacity 2.2 litres / Usable capacity 1.6 litres...
  • Page 22: Controls

    For switching the oven interior lighting on and off i  sensor For accessing settings j  sensor For starting the Popcorn function k  sensor For starting the Quick MW function l Optical interface (for Miele service technician use only)
  • Page 23: Sensor Controls

    Controls Sensor controls The sensors react to touch. Each touch is confirmed with a keypad tone. This keypad tone can be switched off (see "Settings – Keypad tone"). Functions  Steam cooking  Microwave  Reheat  Automatic programmes  User programmes ...
  • Page 24 Controls Sensor Function Notes  For switching the If the time of day display is visible, the oven in- oven interior light- terior lighting can be switched on and off by touching the  sensor, for example when cleaning ing on and off the oven.
  • Page 25: Display

    Controls Display The display is used for showing the time of day or information about functions, temperatures, cooking durations, automatic programmes, user programmes and settings. Information or a list of options will appear in the display depending on the function selected and/or touching the ...
  • Page 26: Symbols

    Controls Symbols The following symbols may appear in the display: Symbol Explanation  If two or three options are available arrows will appear on the  right hand side of the display. Use these to scroll through the list. Available options are highlighted one after the other. If more than three options are available, a bar will appear on the ...
  • Page 27: Description Of Functions

    Description of functions Duration Steam cooking mode You can set a duration between Water container 1 minute (0:01) and 10 hours (10:00). If The maximum water level is 1.5 litres, the duration exceeds 59 minutes you the minimum 0.5 litres. These levels are have to enter it in hours and minutes.
  • Page 28: Steam Reduction

    Description of functions Steam reduction microwave energy, start to oscillate 2.5 thousand million times a second. If a cooking temperature above approx. The friction caused by this vibration 80 °C has been set, the appliance door creates heat, which first starts develop- will automatically open a fraction just ing around the outside of the food and before the end of a cooking programme...
  • Page 29: Suitable Containers For Microwave Use

    Description of functions Suitable containers for microwave  Fire hazard. Non-microwave safe dishes can suf- fer damage or damage the steam oven. The material and shape of the contain- ers used affect cooking results and times. Heat distribution is more even in round and oval shaped flat containers than in rectangular containers, providing better Microwaves are reflected by metal,...
  • Page 30 Description of functions – Plastic "Boil-in-the-bag" bags  Danger of burning. Plastic boiling bags can be used for Earthenware can get very hot and cooking and reheating. They should be may crack. pierced beforehand so that steam can Wear protective gloves when remov- escape.
  • Page 31 Description of functions Unsuitable containers for microwave  Do not use the cooking contain- ers and the rack supplied with mi- crowave functions.  Dishes with hollow knobs or handles are not suitable for use with Glazes and colours microwave power. Moisture which has gathered in the hollow recesses Some glazes and colours contain metal can cause pressure to build up and...
  • Page 32 Description of functions Cover The cover should not form a seal with the container. If the cover is A cover: used with a container which only has – prevents too much steam escaping, a narrow diameter, there might not especially when cooking foods which be enough room for condensation to need longer to cook.
  • Page 33: Condensate Tray

    Description of functions Condensate tray Oven interior lighting Using with steam: For energy saving reasons, the oven When using perforated containers, compartment lighting has been set at place the condensate tray on the lowest the factory to go out after the pro- shelf level to collect any drops of liquid gramme has begun.
  • Page 34: Using For The First Time

    Using for the first time Time of day display General settings You will then be asked how you want  The steam oven must not be op- the time of day to show in the display erated until it has been correctly in- when the steam oven is switched off stalled in its housing unit.
  • Page 35: Cleaning For The First Time

    Using for the first time Cleaning for the first time The appliance has undergone a func- tion test in the factory. Residual water Water container from this testing may have trickled back into the cabinet during transport-  Take the water container out of the ation.
  • Page 36: Set The Correct Boiling Point For Water

    Using for the first time Set the correct boiling point for water Before cooking food for the first time, you must set the boiling point for water, as this varies depending on the altitude the appliance is located at. This pro- cedure also flushes out the waterways.
  • Page 37: Main And Sub-Menus

    Main and sub-menus Function / menu Recommended tem- Temperature range / perature/Power level Power range MW Steam cooking   100 °C 40–100 °C Suitable for all types of food, bot- tling, extracting juice with steam, special applications and menu cooking Microwave   1000 W 80 W, 150 W, 300 W, For rapid defrosting and reheating...
  • Page 38 Main and sub-menus Function / menu Recommended tem- Temperature range / perature/Power level Power range MW  Further programmes Cook fish 85 °C 75–100 °C Cook meat 100 °C 90–100 °C Settings   – – For changing default settings Maintenance Descale – – – Soak –...
  • Page 39: Operation: Steam Cooking

    Operation: Steam cooking Set the duration appears in the display. Simple operation  Set the cooking duration. Any time  Switch the steam oven on using . between 1 minute and 10 hours can Select function appears in the display. be set. Only use cold mains tap water ...
  • Page 40 Operation: Steam cooking After use If you are cooking at a temperature above approx. 80 °C, Steam reduction  Remove the condensate tray and will appear in the display shortly be- empty it. fore the end of the cooking time and ...
  • Page 41: Interrupting Operation

    Operation: Steam cooking Interrupting operation Operation is interrupted as soon as the door is opened. The heating will be switched off and the cooking duration remaining stored in memory.  Danger of burning. Steam can escape when the door is opened.
  • Page 42: Advanced Operation

    Operation: Steam cooking Switching on and off automatically Advanced operation To switch a cooking programme on and Setting further durations off automatically you have a choice of You have placed the food in the oven, how to enter the time parameters: selected a temperature and a duration.
  • Page 43: Sequence Of An Automatic Programme

    Operation: Steam cooking Sequence of an automatic pro- Changing settings during a gramme cooking programme Up until the start the function, the se-  Touch . lected temperature, Start at and the start The following will appear in the display: time will appear in the display.
  • Page 44: Cancelling Cooking

    Operation: Steam cooking Changing the cooking duration Changing the function  Scroll through the list until Duration You can change the cooking function highlighted. during operation.  Confirm with OK.  Select the function you want.  Change the duration. will Change function? Cancel cooking?
  • Page 45: Operation: Microwave Function

    Operation: Microwave function At the end of the cooking duration Simple operation – Prog. finished appears in the display,  Switch the steam oven on using . – the fan remains switched on, Select function appears in the display. – a tone or melody will sound (see ...
  • Page 46: Advanced Operation

    Operation: Microwave function Switching on and off automatically Advanced operation To switch a cooking programme on and Setting further durations off automatically you have a choice of You have placed the food in the oven, how to enter the time parameters: selected a microwave power level and –...
  • Page 47: Sequence Of An Automatic Programme

    Operation: Microwave function Sequence of an automatic pro- Changing settings during a gramme programme Up until the start the function, the se-  Touch . lected power level, Start at and the start The following will appear in the display: time will appear in the display.
  • Page 48: Cancelling Cooking

    Operation: Microwave function Changing the finish time Changing the function  Scroll through the list until Ready at You can change the cooking function highlighted. during operation.  Confirm with OK.  Select the function you want.  Scroll through the list until Change Change function? Cancel cooking?
  • Page 49: Automatic Programmes

    Automatic programmes Your steam oven has a wide range of To use an Automatic pro- Automatic programmes to enable you gramme to achieve excellent results with ease.  Select Automatic programmes  . Simply select the appropriate pro- gramme for the type of food you are A list of food types will appear in the cooking and follow the instructions in display.
  • Page 50 Automatic programmes Notes on use – If by the end of an Automatic pro- gramme the food is not cooked – The degree of doneness and brown- enough, select Continue cooking ing levels are shown in a bar with seven segments. The factory default –...
  • Page 51: User Programmes

    User programmes You can create and save up to 20 of To create a User programme your own programmes.  Select User programmes  . – Each one can have up to 10 cooking If you have not yet created a User pro- stages.
  • Page 52 User programmes A summary of your settings will appear A message will appear in the display in the display. confirming that the programme has been saved.  Check the settings and confirm with  Confirm with OK.  Scroll through the list until Save You can start the saved programme im- highlighted.
  • Page 53: To Start A User Programme

    User programmes To start a User programme To change a User programme  Place the food in the oven. Changing cooking stages  Select User programmes  . Cooking stages in an Automatic pro- gramme that you have renamed as a The programme names will appear with User programme cannot be changed.
  • Page 54: Changing The Name

    User programmes  Check the settings and confirm with Changing the name  Select User programmes  . The additional stages or changes to The programme names will appear with your programme will be saved. underneath them in the Edit programme display.
  • Page 55: To Delete A User Programme

    User programmes To delete a User programme  Select User programmes  . The programme names will appear in the display and Edit programme under- neath.  Scroll through the list until Edit pro- gramme is highlighted.  Confirm with OK. ...
  • Page 56: Quick Mw

    Quick MW  Touch  If you touch the Quick MW sensor  the oven will start with a set power level Touching it repeatedly increases the and duration, e.g. to reheat a drink. duration in set stages. The maximum power level of 1000 W The cooking programme will begin.
  • Page 57: Popcorn

    Popcorn  Place the condensate tray on the low- With the "Popcorn" sensor  the mi- crowave starts with a set microwave est shelf level and place the mi- power and cooking duration. crowave popcorn on it, taking note of the manufacturer's instructions. The power level is pre-set at 850 W and the duration at 2:45 minutes.
  • Page 58: Minute Minder

    Minute minder   Confirm with OK. The minute minder can be used to time other activities in the kitchen, e.g. boil- The duration counts down in the display ing eggs. when the oven is switched off. The minute minder can also be used at If a cooking programme is being run at the same time as a cooking programme the same time the minute minder dura-...
  • Page 59: To Change The Duration

    Minute minder  To change the duration  Touch . Minute minder appears in the display and Change is highlighted.  Confirm with OK.  Set a new minute minder duration.  Confirm with OK. The altered minute minder duration will start to count down immediately. To cancel the duration ...
  • Page 60: General Notes On Steam Cooking

    General notes on steam cooking This section contains general informa- Your own containers tion on steam cooking. You will find You can also use your own containers. more detailed information about partic- However, please note the following: ular foods and how to cook them in the –...
  • Page 61: Shelf Level

    General notes on steam cooking Shelf level Duration You can select any shelf level for the In general, the cooking durations for cooking containers and the rack. You cooking with steam are the same as for can also cook on several levels at the cooking food in a saucepan.
  • Page 62: Steam Cooking

    Steam cooking Shelf level Vegetables To avoid any colour transfer when cook- Fresh ing vegetables with a distinctive colour Prepare fresh vegetables in the usual (e.g. beetroot) in a perforated container, way, i.e. wash, clean and cut them up. do not place other food underneath the perforated container.
  • Page 63 Steam cooking The durations given in the chart are guidelines for fresh vegetables. We recom- mend selecting the shorter cooking duration quoted. If food is not cooked suffi- ciently after the shorter duration it can be put back in the oven and cooked for longer.
  • Page 64 Steam cooking  [min] Vegetables Pumpkin, diced 2–4 Corn on the cob 30–35 Chard, chopped 2–3 Peppers, diced / cut into strips New potatoes, firm 30–32 Mushrooms Leeks, sliced 4–5 Leeks, halved lengthwise Romanesco, whole 22–25 Romanesco, florets 5–7 Brussels sprouts 10–12 Beetroot, whole 53–57...
  • Page 65: Meat

    Steam cooking Tips Meat – Use a perforated container to retain Fresh the juices when cooking meat. Place Prepare the meat in the usual way. a solid container underneath to catch the juices. You can use these to make Frozen food a gravy or freeze them for later use.
  • Page 66 Steam cooking The durations given in the charts are guidelines only. We recommend selecting the shorter cooking duration quoted to start with. If food is not cooked sufficiently after the shorter time it can be put back in the oven and cooked for longer. ...
  • Page 67: Sausages

    Steam cooking Sausages Fish Settings Fresh  Prepare fresh fish in the usual way, i.e. Steam cooking Temperature: 90 °C clean, gut and fillet. Duration: see chart Frozen food  [min] Sausages Fish does not need to be fully defrosted before cooking. Defrost so that the sur- Frankfurters 6–8 face is sufficiently thawed to take herbs...
  • Page 68 Steam cooking Temperature – You can use any fish scraps, e.g. fish heads, bones, tails etc to make a fish 85 °C – 90 °C stock. Place the fish scraps together For gently cooking delicate types of with some mixed vegetables in a fish, such as sole.
  • Page 69 Steam cooking The cooking durations given in the chart are guidelines for fresh fish. We recom- mend selecting the shorter cooking duration quoted. If food is not cooked suffi- ciently after the shorter duration it can be put back in the oven and cooked for longer.
  • Page 70: Shellfish

    Steam cooking Shellfish Preparation Defrost frozen shellfish before cooking with steam. Peel, remove and discard the intestines, and then wash the shellfish. Cooking containers If using a perforated container, grease it first. Duration The longer shellfish are cooked, the tougher they become. Use the cooking dura- tions given in the chart.
  • Page 71: Mussels

    Steam cooking Mussels Fresh  Warning - danger of food poisoning Only cook mussels which are closed. Do not eat mussels which have not opened after being cooked. Steep fresh mussels in water for a few hours before cooking to rinse out any sand. Then scrub the mussels thoroughly to clean them.
  • Page 72: Rice

    Steam cooking Rice Rice swells when cooked and needs to be cooked in liquid. The proportion of rice to liquid will vary depending on the type of rice. The rice absorbs all the liquid and so none of the nutrients are lost. Settings ...
  • Page 73: Pasta

    Steam cooking Pasta Dry pasta Dry pasta swells when it is cooked and needs to be cooked in liquid. The liquid must cover the pasta. Using hot liquid gives better results. Increase the cooking time stated by the manufacturer by approx. ¹/₃. Fresh Fresh pasta, such as you can buy from the supermarket chilled counter, does not need to absorb water.
  • Page 74: Dumplings

    Steam cooking Dumplings Ready made boil-in-the-bag dumplings need to be well covered with water as oth- erwise they can fall apart. This is because even though they have been soaked in water beforehand they will not absorb enough moisture. Cook fresh dumplings in a greased, perforated container. Settings ...
  • Page 75: Grain

    Steam cooking Grain Grain swells during cooking and needs to be cooked in liquid. The proportion of grain to liquid depends on the type of grain. Grain can be cooked whole or cracked. Settings  Steam cooking Temperature: 100 °C Duration: see chart ...
  • Page 76: Dried Pulses

    Steam cooking Dried pulses Soak pulses for at least 10 hours in cold water before cooking. Soaking makes the pulses more digestible and shortens the cooking duration required. Soaked pulses must be covered with liquid during cooking. Lentils do not need to be soaked before cooking. With unsoaked pulses a certain ratio of pulses to liquid is required depending on variety.
  • Page 77 Steam cooking Unsoaked Ratio  [min] Pulses : Liquid Beans Kidney beans 1 : 3 130–140 Adzuki beans 1 : 3 95–105 Black beans 1 : 3 100–120 Pinto beans 1 : 3 115–135 Haricot beans 1 : 3 80–90 Lentils Brown lentils 1 : 2 13–14 Red lentils 1 : 2 Peas Yellow split peas 1 : 3 110–130 Green split peas...
  • Page 78: Hen's Eggs

    Steam cooking Hen's eggs Use a perforated container to boil eggs in the steam oven. The eggs do not need to be pierced before cooking as they are gradually warmed during the heating up phase and so do not burst when they are cooked with steam.
  • Page 79: Fruit

    Steam cooking Fruit Cook fruit in a solid container so that none of the juice is lost. If you wish to cook fruit in a perforated container, place a solid container directly underneath it to col- lect the juice. Tip: You can use the juice which has collected in the solid container to make a glaze for a fruit flan.
  • Page 80: Menu Cooking (Cooking Whole Meals)

    Steam cooking Duration Menu cooking (cooking whole meals) If you are increasing the recommended temperature, shorten the cooking dura- Before cooking meals with the Menu tion by approx. ¹/₃. cooking function switch off the steam reduction system (see "Settings - Example Steam reduction").
  • Page 81 Steam cooking Procedure  Place the rice in the oven first.  Set the first cooking duration: 14 minutes.  After 14 minutes, place the fish in the steam oven.  Set the second cooking duration: 2 minutes.  After 2 minutes, place the broccoli in the steam oven.
  • Page 82: Sous-Vide (Vacuum) Cooking

    Sous-vide (vacuum) cooking With this gentle cooking method, food Use only fresh food which is in a is cooked slowly and at a low, constant good condition. temperature in vacuum packaging. Ensure hygienic conditions and that food has not been out of the refriger- With vacuum cooking, no moisture ator too long, e.g.
  • Page 83 Sous-vide (vacuum) cooking – Cooking at a lower temperature and Important for a longer duration can result in in- For an optimum cooking result: creased residual water in the cooking compartment. This does not affect – Use fewer herbs and spices than for the cooking result.
  • Page 84 Sous-vide (vacuum) cooking – Use the brine or marinade of veget- Tips ables, fish, or meat to make a sauce. – To reduce preparation times, you can – Serve the food on pre-warmed vacuum food 1–2 days before cook- plates. ing. Store the vacuum sealed food in the refrigerator at a maximum tem- perature of 5 °C.
  • Page 85 Sous-vide (vacuum) cooking Procedure Possible reasons for unsatis- factory results  Rinse the food with cold water and dry it. The bag has opened:  Place the food in a vacuum sealing – The seal was not clean or strong bag and add spices or liquid if de- enough and has opened.
  • Page 86 Sous-vide (vacuum) cooking Food Added in advance  [°C]  [min] Sugar Salt Fish Atlantic cod fillet, 2.5 cm thick Salmon fillet, 3 cm thick Monk fish fillet Pikeperch fillet, 2 cm thick Vegetables Cauliflower florets, medium to large Hokkaido pumpkin, sliced Kohlrabi, sliced White asparagus, whole 22–27...
  • Page 87 Sous-vide (vacuum) cooking Food Added in ad-  [°C]  [min] vance Sugar Salt Medium* Well done* Meat Duck breast, whole Saddle of lamb Beef fillet steak, 4 cm thick Beef rump steak, 2.5 cm – thick Pork fillet, whole  Temperature /  Duration * Degree of doneness The "Done"...
  • Page 88: Reheating

    Sous-vide (vacuum) cooking Reheating Only reheat brassicas, e.g. kohlrabi and cauliflower in combination with a sauce. Without sauce, an unpleasant cabbage- like taste and grey-brown colour may develop. Food with a short cooking duration or which continues cooking during re- heating, e.g.
  • Page 89 Sous-vide (vacuum) cooking Chart for reheating Sous-vide cooked food  [°C] Food  [min] Well Medium done Meat Saddle of lamb Beef fillet steak, 4 cm thick Beef rump steak, 2.5 cm thick – Pork fillet, whole Vegetables Cauliflower florets, medium to large Kohlrabi, sliced Fruit Pineapple, sliced...
  • Page 90: Special Applications

    Special applications – Reheat sauces separately, except for Reheating with steam dishes such as stew and casseroles To reheat food which was cooked us- where the sauce is part of the dish. ing the Sous-vide method, use the Procedure Sous-vide function (see "Sous-vide (vacuum) cooking –...
  • Page 91: Defrosting With Steam

    Special applications Tips Defrosting with steam – Fish does not need to be fully defros- It is much quicker to defrost food in the ted before cooking. Defrost so that steam oven than at room temperature. the surface is sufficiently thawed to Temperature take herbs and seasoning.
  • Page 92 Special applications Food to be defrosted Quantity  [°C]  [min]  [min] Dairy products Cheese slices 125 g Quark 250 g 20–25 10–15 Cream 250 g 20–25 10–15 Soft cheese 100 g 10–15 Fruit Apple sauce 250 g 20–25 10–15 Apple pieces 250 g 20–25 10–15 Apricots 500 g...
  • Page 93 Special applications Food to be defrosted Quantity  [°C]  [min]  [min] Goulash 1000 g 50–60 10–15 Liver 250 g 20–25 10–15 Saddle of hare 500 g 30–40 10–15 Saddle of roebuck 1000 g 40–50 10–15 Cutlets / chops / sausages 800 g 25–35 15–20 Poultry Chicken...
  • Page 94: Bottling

    Special applications Fill volume Bottling Fill the glass jars with produce up to a Only use unblemished, fresh produce maximum of 3 cm below the rim. Do which is in good condition for bottling. not pack it down as this will damage Glass jars the cell walls of the produce.
  • Page 95 Special applications Procedure  Place the rack on the lowest shelf level.  Place the jars on the rack (all the same size). Ensure that they do not touch one another. Settings  | Further programmes Bottling  Steam cooking Temperature: see chart Bottling duration: see chart ...
  • Page 96 Special applications  [°C] * [min] Produce Beetroot  Temperature /  Duration * The durations quoted are for 1.0 litre jars. If using 0.5 litre jars, reduce the duration by about 15 minutes. If using 0.25 litre jars, reduce the duration by about 20 minutes.
  • Page 97: Extracting Juice With Steam

    Special applications Extracting juice with steam Procedure This appliance is ideal for extracting  Put the prepared fruit (cleaned, juice from soft and medium firm fruit. washed, chopped etc.) into a perfor- It is best to use overripe fruit, as the ated cooking container.
  • Page 98: Make Yoghurt

    Special applications Possible reasons for unsatisfactory Make yoghurt results To make yoghurt, you will need either Yoghurt has not set: fresh live yoghurt or yoghurt culture, Incorrect storage of starter yoghurt, too obtainable from health food shops. much time out of the refrigerator, e.g. in Use natural yoghurt with live culture and transportation, damaged packaging, without additives.
  • Page 99: Prove Dough

    Special applications Procedure Prove dough  Mix 100 g yoghurt with 1 litre of milk Procedure or make up the mixture with yoghurt  Prepare the dough according to the enzyme, following the instructions on recipe. the packaging.  Place the dough in a covered bowl on ...
  • Page 100: Dissolve Gelatine

    Special applications Dissolve gelatine Melt chocolate You can use the steam oven for melting Procedure any type of chocolate.  Gelatine leaves: Completely cover the gelatine leaves with cold water Procedure and leave to soak for 5 minutes. Re-  Break the chocolate into small move the gelatine leaves from the pieces.
  • Page 101: Skinning Vegetables And Fruit

    Special applications Skinning vegetables and fruit Apple storage You can treat homegrown apples in the Procedure steam oven to increase the length of  Cut a cross in the top of tomatoes, time for which you can store them. nectarines etc. This will allow the skin Once treated, the apples will keep for 5 to be removed more easily.
  • Page 102: Blanching

    Special applications Blanching Sweat onions Blanch vegetables before freezing Sweating means cooking the onions in them. Blanching helps maintain the their own juices, with the addition of a quality of the produce when it is frozen. little fat if necessary. Blanching vegetables also helps them Procedure retain their original colour.
  • Page 103: Cook Bacon

    Special applications Cook bacon Disinfect items The bacon does not brown. The steam oven can be used to disin- fect baby bottles and other containers Procedure so that at the end of the programme they are as germ free as they would ...
  • Page 104: Heating Damp Flannels

    Special applications Heating damp flannels Making eierstich Procedure Procedure  Moisten the flannels and then roll  Mix 6 eggs with 375 ml milk (do not them up. beat until foamy).  Place them beside one another in a  Season the egg and milk mixture and perforated cooking container.
  • Page 105: Defrosting And Reheating In Combination Mode

    Special applications Defrosting and reheating in combination mode Food can be defrosted and reheated using a combination of steam and microwave power. To do this you will need to create a User programme (see "User pro- grammes"). Defrosting and reheating food using a combination of steam and microwave power has the advantage that food –...
  • Page 106: Microwave Defrosting And Reheating

    Microwave defrosting and reheating   Suitable for: Defrosting 80 W Very delicate food such as cream, butter, gateaux and filled sponge cakes, cheese 150 W All other types of food Reheating 450 W Food for babies and children 600 W All types of food; frozen ready meals which do not need browning.
  • Page 107 Microwave defrosting and reheating Before defrosting and reheat- After defrosting followed by re- heating  Place food (including frozen) in a dish During the standing time the temperat- that is suitable for microwave use, ure is distributed evenly in the food. and cover it.
  • Page 108 Microwave defrosting and reheating Tips on reheating When heating liquids, milk, sauces etc, using microwave power, the  Danger of burning. boiling point of the liquid may be Food for babies and children must reached without the production of not be too hot. typical bubbles.
  • Page 109: Charts For Defrosting And Reheating Food

    Microwave defrosting and reheating Notes Defrosting large quantities of food at Put the food to be defrosted in a mi- once, e.g. 2 kg fish crowave safe dish and place it on the condensate tray. Reheating food Always cover food when reheating it, except when reheating meat/fish coated in breadcrumbs.
  • Page 110 Microwave defrosting and reheating Chart for defrosting food  [W]  [min] * [min] Quantity Dairy products Cream 250 ml 10–13 10–15 Butter 250 g 12–14 5–10 Cheese slices 250 g 16–18 10–15 Milk 500 ml 22–24 10–15 Quark 250 g 12–14 10–15 Cakes / biscuits...
  • Page 111 Microwave defrosting and reheating  [W]  [min] * [min] Quantity Asparagus 250 g 8–12 10–15 Beans 500 g 13–18 10–15 Red cabbage 500 g 20–25 10–15 Spinach 300 g 12–14 10–15  Microwave power /  Defrosting duration /  Standing time * Allow the food to stand at room temperature for a few minutes to enable the heat to spread evenly throughout the food.
  • Page 112 Microwave defrosting and reheating Chart for reheating food  [W]  [min] Quantity  [min] Drinks Coffee, drinking temperature 60–65 °C 1 cup (200 ml) 1000 1:00–1:10 – Milk, drinking temperature 60–65 °C 1 cup (200 ml) 1000 – 1:20–1:40 Water, bringing to the boil 1 cup (125 ml) 1000 1:30–1:50...
  • Page 113: Settings

    Settings Opening the Settings menu  Switch the steam oven on.  Touch . A list of settings will appear in the dis- play. You can check them or change them. A tick  next to an option shows which setting is active.
  • Page 114: Settings Overview

    Settings Settings overview Option Available settings Language  ... / deutsch english / ... Country Time Show Night dimming Clock format 24 h 12 h Date Lighting On for 15 seconds  Display brightness Acoustic tones Melodies  Solo tone ...
  • Page 115 Settings Option Available settings Showroom programme Demo mode Factory default Settings User programmes Recommended settings Recommended temperatures Factory default setting...
  • Page 116: Language

    Settings Language  Clock format You can select whether the time shows You can set the language and the coun- as a 24 h or 12 h clock. try you want. – 24 h After selecting and confirming your choice, the language you have selected The time of day is shown in 24 hour will appear in the display.
  • Page 117: Lighting

    Settings Lighting Acoustic tones – Melody The interior lighting is switched on At the end of a process, a melody will during the entire cooking period. sound several times in intervals. – On for 15 seconds The volume of the melody is represen- ted by a bar with seven segments.
  • Page 118: Keypad Tone

    Settings Keypad tone Quick MW The volume of the tone that sounds The maximum power level of 1000 W each time you touch a sensor is repres- and the maximum duration of 1 minute ented by a bar with seven segments. are pre-set for starting the microwave immediately.
  • Page 119: Keeping Warm

    Settings Microwave Keeping warm – Please note that delicate food, espe- cially fish, can continue cooking whilst The keeping warm function is activ- being kept warm. ated as standard with the Microwave function , if a power level of at Steam cooking least 450 W and a cooking duration of at least 10 minutes are selected.
  • Page 120: Steam Reduction

    Settings Steam reduction Recommended temperatures – If you cook with different temperatures often it makes sense to change the re- If a temperature above approx. 80 °C commended temperatures. was used for cooking, the steam oven door will automatically open Once the option has been selected the slightly shortly before the end of the list of functions and special applications cooking duration.
  • Page 121: Recommended Power Levels

    Settings Recommended power levels Safety If you cook with different recommended System lock  power levels often it makes sense to The system lock prevents the appliance change the recommended microwave being switched on by mistake. power levels. The minute minder can still be used Once the option has been selected the when the system lock is active.
  • Page 122: Sensor Lock

    Settings Sensor lock Water hardness The sensor lock prevents the oven be- The steam oven is set ex-works for Hard ing switched off by accident or settings water. It must be adjusted to local water being altered whilst food is cooking. hardness to ensure trouble-free opera- Once activated, the sensor lock pre- tion and to ensure that descaling is car-...
  • Page 123: Showroom Programme

    Settings Showroom programme Factory default This function enables the steam oven to – Settings be demonstrated in showrooms without Any settings that you have altered heating up. It should not be set for do- will be reset to the factory default mestic use.
  • Page 124: Note For Test Institutes

    Note for test institutes Test food in accordance with EN 60350-1 (Steam cooking func- tion)  Test food Cooking contain- Quantity [g]     [min] [°C] Steam replenishment Broccoli (8.1) 2x DGGL ¹/₂-40L max. Steam distribution Broccoli (8.2) 1x DGGL ¹/₂-40L Performance at maximum capacity Peas (8.3) 4x DGGL¹/₂-40L...
  • Page 125 Note for test institutes Test food acc. to EN 60705 (Function: Microwave) Test food  [W]  [min] Notes   [min] Custard, 1000 g 25.5–27 Container: see Description (12.3.1) and Appendix B, dimensions at upper rim 250 x 250 mm, cook un- covered Sponge cake, 475 g Container: see Description...
  • Page 126: Cleaning And Care

    Cleaning and care Important information on Disconnect the appliance from the cleaning and care electricity supply and allow it to cool down to a safe temperature before  Danger of injury. cleaning. The steam from a steam cleaning ap-  The appliance and accessories pliance could reach electrical com- should be cleaned and dried thor- ponents and cause a short circuit.
  • Page 127: Appliance Front

    Cleaning and care Unsuitable cleaning agents Appliance front  Clean the front with a solution of hot To avoid damaging the surfaces, do not use: water and a little washing-up liquid applied with a clean sponge or cloth. – cleaning agents containing soda, am- A clean, damp microfibre cloth monia, acids or chlorides without cleaning agent can also be...
  • Page 128: Water Container

    Cleaning and care Water container Side runners  Remove and empty the water con- The side runners are suitable for tainer after every cooking process cleaning in a dishwasher. with steam, taking out the spill guard before emptying.  Rinse the water container by hand and then dry it to prevent limescale.
  • Page 129: Maintenance

    (see "Optional accessories"). These functions until the bushes have been have been specially developed for replaced. Miele appliances to optimise the de- scaling process. Other descaling agents, which contain other acids be- Maintenance sides citric acid and/or other undesir-...
  • Page 130  Fill the water container with cold fresh tap water up to the level marker   Dry the water container and the oven and drop 2 Miele descaling tablets in interior.  Leave the appliance door open until  Push the water container into the ap- the oven interior is completely dry.
  • Page 131: Problem Solving Guide

    Do not open the casing of the appliance. Repairs and other work by unqualified persons could be dangerous and Miele cannot be held liable for unauthorised work. Problem...
  • Page 132 The door seal is damaged, e.g. cracks can be seen. The door seal needs to be replaced.  Call Miele Service.  Do not use any microwave modes / functions until the door seal has been replaced.
  • Page 133 The oven interior was too warm and/or too damp. popcorn has popped on The cooking duration was too short. the Popcorn function  See "Popcorn". . The oven interior light- The lamp is defective. ing is not working.  Call Miele Service to have the lamp replaced.
  • Page 134  Switch the steam oven off and then back on again after a few minutes.  If the same message appears again, call the Ser- vice Department. and other fault codes Technical fault.  Switch the appliance off and contact Miele.
  • Page 135: Optional Accessories

    Perforated cooking container Gross capacity 2.2 litres / These can be ordered online or from Usable capacity 1.6 litres Miele (see end of this booklet for con- 375 x 197 x 40 mm (W x D x H) tact details). DGG 1/1-40L...
  • Page 136: Cleaning And Care Products

    Optional accessories Cleaning and care products Miscellaneous Descaling tablets (Qty 6) DMGS 1/1-30L Glass condensate tray For descaling the appliance For catching excess moisture in Steam Microfibre cloth cooking mode. Always place food or containers on this tray when using microwave power. 375 x 394 x 30 mm (W x D x H) DMSR 1/1L Removes finger marks and light soiling...
  • Page 137: Safety Instructions For Installation

    Safety instructions for installation  Incorrect installation can result in personal injury and damage to property.  Before connecting the appliance to the mains supply, ensure that the connection data on the data plate (voltage and frequency) match the mains electricity supply. This data must correspond in order to avoid the risk of damage to the appliance.
  • Page 138: Detailed Dimensions Of Oven Front

    Detailed dimensions of oven front PureLine front ContourLine front * Glass front / ** metal front...
  • Page 139: Building-In Dimensions

    Building-in dimensions Installation in a tall unit a Steam oven b Niche c Inlet for mains connection cable to the appliance d Recommended position for electrical socket. Important: Do not position behind the appliance. e Mains connection cable, L = 2000 mm * Glass front / ** metal front...
  • Page 140: Installation In A Base Unit

    Building-in dimensions Installation in a base unit a Steam oven b Niche c Inlet for mains connection cable to the appliance d Recommended position for electrical socket. Important: Do not position behind the appliance. e Mains connection cable, L = 2000 mm * Glass front / ** metal front...
  • Page 141: Installation

    Installation Installing the steam oven A malfunction can occur if the steam oven is not correctly aligned. For correct functioning of the steam generator please make sure that the steam oven is horizontally level. The maximum deviation tolerated is 2°. ...
  • Page 142: Electrical Connection

    Residual current device  Danger of injury. For extra safety, it is advisable to pro- Miele cannot be held liable for unau- tect the appliance with a suitable resid- thorised installation, maintenance ual current device (RCD) with a trip and repair work as this can be dan- range of 30 mA.
  • Page 143 H 05 VV-F (PVC-in- Safety fuses sulated), available from Miele.  Completely remove fuses Automatic circuit breakers  Press the (red) button until the middle (black) button springs out.
  • Page 144: After Sales Service, Data Plate, Guarantee

    N.B. A call-out charge will be applied to service visits where the problem could have been resolved as described in these instructions. When contacting your Dealer or Miele, please quote the model and serial number of your appliance. Data plate Space in which to stick the extra data plate supplied with the appliance.
  • Page 147 Citywest Business Campus, Dublin 24 Dubai Tel: (01) 461 07 10, Fax: (01) 461 07 97 Tel: +971-4-341 84 44 E-Mail: info@miele.ie, Internet: www.miele.ie Fax: +971-4-341 88 52 Manufacturer: Miele & Cie. KG E-Mail: info@miele.ae Carl-Miele-Straße 29, 33332 Gütersloh, Germany Internet: www.miele.ae...
  • Page 148 DGM 6301 / DGM 6401  en-GB M.-Nr. 10 406 200 / 00...

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