materials in the cooking process. Paper can char or
burn and some plastics can melt if used when heating
•Use containers suitable for use in a microwave oven
•Overheating the liquid beyond boiling point can occur
without evidence of bubbling. This could result in a
sudden boil over of the hot liquid.
•Do not use microwave oven for deep-frying, because
the oil temperature cannot be controlled.
•After heating baby food or liquids in a baby bottle or in
a baby food jar, always stir and check the temperature
Ensure the lid and the teat is removed before heating.
•If alcoholic beverages are used when cooking foods
(e.g. rum, cognac, wine), remember that alcohol
evaporates at high temperatures. As a result, there is a
risk that vapors released by the alcohol may catch fire
upon coming into contact with the electrical heating
•Overheated oils and fats catch ﬁre easily. Always
remain vigilant when cooking foods rich in fat, oil or
alcohol (e.g. rum, cognac, wine).
•Do not use microwave oven for cooking or reheating
whole eggs with or without shell since they may
explode even after microwave heating has ended.
•If material inside/outside the appliance should ignite or
smoke is observed, keep appliance door closed and
turn the appliance off. Disconnect the power cord or