The "'Multi-Power" feature lets you cook at the best power level for the food being cooked. Cooking directions can
be found in the cookbook.
• Keeping casseroles
and main dishes warm.
• Heating breads,
and French toast.
• Clarifying butter.
• Taking the chill out of fruit.
• Heating small amounts
• Thawing meat, poultry and seafood.
the cooking cycle of casseroles,
stews and some sauces.
• Cooking small quantities of most food.
• Cooking less tender cuts of meat in liquid or
slow cooking dishes.
the cooking cycle of less tender roasts.
stews .and soups after bringing to a boil.
• Cooking cakes.
• Cooking rump roast, ham, veal and lamb.
• Cooking cheese dishes.
eggs and milk.
• Cooking quick breads and cereal products.
• Heating sandwiches.
• Cooking onions, celery and green peppers
meat slices quickly.
• Cooking tender cuts of meat.
• Cooking poultry, fish, vegetables and most
the browning dish.
• Boiling water.
watts as measured
by 2-1iter method.
As you get to know your microwave oven. you may find that a particular setting is too low or too high for the results
control gives you the means to obtain greater precision in setting power levels. For instance, if you
want a power level between
you would set the time as usual:
and then touch "7" and "5". The display window will show "75", indicating that your oven is set to
run at Power Level 75--halfway
ROAST and REHEAT.