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Panasonic NU-SC100W Operating Instructions Manual

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Panasonic Appliances Microwave Oven (Shanghai) Co., Ltd.
888, 898 Long Dong Road, Pu Dong, Shanghai, 201203, China
Web Site: http://www.panasonic.com
F0003BM03HP
PA1215-30317
Printed in China
F0003BM03HP_Cov_170306.indd 2
2017/3/6 8:50:10

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    Panasonic Appliances Microwave Oven (Shanghai) Co., Ltd. 888, 898 Long Dong Road, Pu Dong, Shanghai, 201203, China Web Site: http://www.panasonic.com F0003BM03HP PA1215-30317 Printed in China F0003BM03HP_Cov_170306.indd 2 2017/3/6 8:50:10...

  • Page 2: Operating Instructions

    Operating Instructions 使用說明書 Convection Steam Oven 純蒸氣烤焗爐 Household Use Only 僅家庭用 Model No. NU-SC100W 型號: Important safety instructions Read carefully and keep for future reference 重要安全措施 仔細閱讀並妥善保存 F0003BM03HP_Cov_170306.indd 3 2017/3/6 8:50:13...

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Drain Water Setting ..........................23 Auto Cook Setting and Menus ..................... 24-34 Reheating Chart ..........................35 Care of your Oven ..........................36 Before Requesting Service ......................37-38 Specifi cations .............................39 © Panasonic Appliances Microwave Oven (Shanghai) Co., Ltd. 2017 - Eng-1 - F0003BM03HP_Eng_170306.indd 1 2017/3/6 8:50:43...

  • Page 4: Important Safety Instructions

    Important Safety Instructions Read the manual carefully and keep it 5. Avoid actions or behavior that may damage the power supply cord and power supply plug, e.g., immersing the properly. power supply cord and power supply plug into water, Precautions for using this product for cooking keeping the power supply cord at a position at a high Check whether the product is damaged.

  • Page 5: Precautions For Placement And Cooking

    Do not damage the safety lock of the oven door, including the door hinges. To repair the product, please call Panasonic customer consultation service center or contact the repair shop authorized by Panasonic. (b) Except for a qualifi ed technician, repair work is very dangerous. Do not attempt to disassemble, repair or modify the oven yourself.

  • Page 6: Heating Principle

    Heating Principle Heating principle Steam is used for heating to complete cooking. Since steam is generated during cooking, the Recipe case: Steamed crab Pure steam cover (plastic wrap) cannot be used in the Steam heating heating process. For individual dishes that require the plastic wrap, see the recipes.

  • Page 7: Cooking Techniques

    Cooking Techniques Timing Piercing A range in heating time is given in each recipe. The skin or membranes on some foods will cause The time range compensates for the uncontrollable steam to build up during cooking. Foods must be differences in food shapes, starting temperature pierced, scored or have a strip of skin peeled off and regional preferences.

  • Page 8: Feature Diagram

    Feature Diagram Bottom Plate 1. Cleaning oven after the cooking fi nished and bottom plate cooling. 2. Do not cook directly on the bottom plate. Always place food on a metal tray. Warning Label Water Tank Air inlet (Left side) Air outlet (Right side) Upper Shelf Position Water outlet...

  • Page 9: Feature Diagram

    Feature Diagram (continued) Water Tank's Installation / Removal: Control Panel Installation: Hold the water tank horizontally, and insert it vertically to the bottom by aligning it with the clamping position and water inlet. Removal: Hold the water tank and vertically lift it for unplugging.

  • Page 10: Cookware And Utensil Guide

    Cookware And Utensil Guide Convection* Convection* Container Steam Container Steam Fermentation Fermentation Note: Note: Lacquerware When cooking When cooking food without food without utensil, please utensil, please using baking using baking (Supplied sheet or sheet. accessories) aluminium foil. Aluminum and Note: Note: other metal...

  • Page 11: Control Panel

    Control Panel      Healthy Fry ..(See page 11) Display Window: Ferment ..... (See page 12) A: Accessories Placing Position Convection ..(See page 13-14) B: Child Safety Lock Steam Conv ..(See page 15-16) C: Normal Working Symbol Auto Menus ..

  • Page 12: Steam Setting

    Steam Setting Three modes for steam cooking, Steam - Low Steam - Med Steam - High. Cooking with steam, can keep foods soft and moist. For example: vegetables, seafood and so on. Additionally, it also can heat tin foods or vacuum packaged foods.

  • Page 13: Healthy Fry Setting

    Healthy Fry Setting This feature can cook foods like fries with a little or no oil. This is more healthy than traditional deep-frying and suitable for fried fi sh fi llet, BBQ pork, spring rolls, french fries etc.  Select Healthy Fry by using the Dial.

  • Page 14: Fermentation Setting

    Fermentation Setting Ferment function is used for dough fermentation, such as a pizza base or bakery dough for making bread.  Place metal tray with utensil and foods inside in the lower shelf position. Select Ferment by using the Dial. ...

  • Page 15: Convection Setting

    Convection Setting Convection feature Setting: Temperature of oven can range from 100°C to 230°C. It is suitable for baking meat, fi sh and Western desserts like cakes, pizzas, etc. Place the foods on baking sheet or aluminium foil directly onto the metal tray, select the suitable temperature and time, and start cooking.

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    Convection Setting (continued) With preheating:  Select Convection by using the Dial. (With preheating)  Press Set button. Convection is selected. (With preheating)  Example: 180°C Set desired cooking temperature by using the Dial. (Temperatures range from 100°C to 230°C. Default temperature is 100°C.) ...

  • Page 17: Steam Convection Setting

    Steam Convection Setting This feature combines the steam and convection modes, adding steam while cooking in Oven mode which creates fl uffi er cakes and juicier meats. For more evenly distributed food grill color, re-arrange food or rotate the metal tray during cooking Without Preheating: ...

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    Steam Convection Setting (continued) With preheating:  Select Steam Conv. by using the Dial. (With preheating) Note: Fill the tank with water before using.  Press Set button. Desired temperature is selected. (With preheating)  Example: 230°C Set desired cooking temperature by using the Dial.

  • Page 19: Steam Shot Setting

    Steam Shot Setting This feature allows you add steam during cooking in Convection mode (for up to 3 minutes). Adding steam during cooking can enhance moisture distribution, thus promoting the softer dessert surfaces and juicier meats. Example: Add steam 1 minute in the Convection mode. ...

  • Page 20: Child Safety Lock Setting

    Child Safety Lock Setting This feature allows you to prevent operation of the oven by a young child; however, the door can still be opened. You can set Child Safety Lock when "0" shows in display window. To set: Press 3 times, " "...

  • Page 21: Utensils Cleaning Setting

    Utensils Cleaning Setting Cleaning (Utensils) This feature is suitable for all kind of dish cleaning, including baby bottles, etc.  Place metal tray and wire rack with dish in the lower shelf position, then select Auto Menus by using the Dial. Note: Fill the tank with water before using.

  • Page 22: Oven Cleaning Setting

    Oven Cleaning Setting Cleaning (Deodor) This feature is suitable for ovens with odors (need 20 minutes). Before maintenance (cleaning the oven), please empty the oven.  Select Auto Menus by using the Dial.  Press Set button, Auto Menus is selected. ...

  • Page 23: Cleaning (cavity)

    Oven Cleaning Setting (continued) Cleaning (Cavity) This feature is suitable for cleaning a dirty oven caused by oil (need 30 minutes).  Select Auto Menus by using the Dial. Note: Fill the tank with water before using.  Press Set button. Auto Menus is selected.

  • Page 24: Cleaning (evaporating fl Ume)

    Oven Cleaning Setting (continued) Cleaning (Evaporating fl ume) This feature is suitable for cleaning the overly limescaled sink caused frequent steam use. Prepare detergent with approximately 3 g of citric acid dissolved completely in 30 ml of water, and pour the mixture into the sink of the oven directly.

  • Page 25: Drain Water Setting

    Drain Water Setting After using steam mode, this feature can make the water pump through the pipe to the sink. Please wipe the oven dry after cooling down completely.  Clean the Water Tank or Remove it.  Select Auto Menus by using the Dial.

  • Page 26: Auto Cook Setting And Menus

    Auto Cook Setting and Menus This feature sets up a process that contains several common menus with different weights. Automatically cooking without setting the Power level and Time. The menu number will show in the display window by using the Dial. To Set "Auto Menus", "0"...

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    Auto Cook Setting and Menus (continued) Operation for menu number 9, please see below:  Place metal tray with bowl containing Pizza dough in the lower shelf position. Note: For dough's method of operation, see page 33.  Select Auto Menus by using the Dial.

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    Auto Cook Setting and Menus (continued)  Please take the metal tray out after fermenting ends and beep sounds.  After ferment ends, a beep will sound if a dough is left in the oven.  Press Start button and preheating starts.

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    Auto Cook Setting and Menus (continued) For operation of menu numbers 10, 11 and 12, please see below:  Select Auto Menus by using the Dial.  Press Set button. Auto Menus is selected.  Example: Select menu number 10 – Barbecue Pork Select desired cooking menu number by using the Dial.

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    Auto Cook Setting and Menus (continued) Accessories and Reference Menu Weight/Serving Placement Page Metal tray, wire rack/ 200 g 300 g 400 g 500 g Steam Fish* See page 29 Lower shelf position Metal tray, wire rack/ Steam Egg* 1-4 serv See page 29 Lower shelf position Steam Chinese...

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    Auto Cook Setting and Menus (continued) (200/300/400/500 g ) Steam Fish Steam Egg (1- 4 serves.) Ingredient Ingredient egg ........1 (50 g) fi sh ......... 1 ginger (sliced) ....... taste water ........ 90 ml (40°C) chives ........taste light soy sauce ....¼ tsp cooking wine ....

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    Auto Cook Setting and Menus (continued) Steam Chinese Bun Steam Frozen Food (3-9 pcs) (3-9 pcs) Ingredient Ingredient frozen food (30-40 g/pc) Wrapper Fillings self-raising fl our ... 200 g minced pork ..200 g dried mushroom..50 g (soaked) yeast ....½ tsp Container sugar ....

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    Auto Cook Setting and Menus (continued) Steam Chicken Piece Steam Fresh Vegetable (200/400/600/800 g ) (200/300/400/500 g ) Ingredients Ingredients chicken thigh ......200 g vegetables (green vegetables, broccoli) mushroom ......4 Container metal tray, wire rack green onion (chopped) ..taste (lower shelf), water tank ginger (diced) ......

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    Auto Cook Setting and Menus (continued) Steam Sweet Potato Cube Home-made Yogurt (50-150 g ) (200-800 g ) Ingredients Ingredients sweet potatoes: 50 to 150 g 200 g 400 g 600 g 800 g milk 30 g 60 g 90 g 120 g yogurt Container...

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    Auto Cook Setting and Menus (continued) Home-made Pizza Barbecue Pork (200/400/600 g ) (single) Ingredients Ingredients pork butt (or tenderloin) ..200 g Base ingredients: Fillings: malt sugar (or honey) ... 30 g self-raising fl our ..130 g onions (chopped) ..30 g castor sugar ....

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    Auto Cook Setting and Menus (continued) Fried Fish Fillet Cheese Cake (6-9 pieces) (7 inch) Ingredient Ingredient belt fi sh ......... 1 (200 g) Cake base: digestive biscuit ..... 70 g oil .......... 1 tsp butter (unsalted) ....40 g corn starch ......

  • Page 37: Reheating Chart

    Reheating Chart Foods Weight Accessories Program Time 150 g - 300 g metal tray, wire rack Chilled Big Bun* Steam - Med 10 to 11 minutes (1-2) (lower shelf) 250 g - 350 g metal tray, wire rack Chilled Shumai* Steam - Med 10 to 11 minutes (5-7)

  • Page 38: Care Of Your Oven

    Care of your Oven Clean the upper heater after it is completely cold. Turn the oven off and remove the power plug from the wall socket before cleaning. A steam cleaner should not be used for cleaning. Always clean the bottom plate and sink after The outside oven surfaces should be cleaned with cooling down with a mild detergent and wipe a damp cloth.

  • Page 39: Before Requesting Service

    Before Requesting Service PROBLEM POSSIBLE CAUSE REMEDY The oven is not plugged in Remove plug from outlet, wait 10 securely. seconds and re-insert. Circuit breaker or fuse is tripped Contact the specifi ed service or blown. center. Oven will not turn on. Plug another appliance into the outlet There is a problem with the outlet.

  • Page 40: Before Requesting Service

    Before Requesting Service (continued) ALL THESE THINGS ARE NORMAL: Sounds will occur when This is caused by air mixed when the water tank is working. This is using the Steam function. normal. During cooking, steam and warm air are given off from the food. Steam accumulates on Most of the steam and warm air are removed from the oven by the the oven door and warm...

  • Page 41: Specifi Cations

    Specifications Mode number: NU-SC100W Power Source: 220 V - 50 Hz Steam 1230 W Power Consumption: Convection 1340 W Steam+Convection 1340 W Steam 1200 W Output Power: Convection 1300 W Outside Dimensions (With handle) (H × W × D): 351 mm ×...

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