After Use - Philips HD4496/20 User Manual

Philips toaster oven hd4496 45 min timer temperature control black
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1
Remove all paper and plastic wrappings from the food.
2
Put the food to be defrosted on the baking tray.
3
Place the baking tray on the wire rack in the toaster oven.
4
Set the temperature selector to 80°C.
5
Set the timer knob to the cooking time for foil-wrapped food (see the cooking guide).
6
Leave the food in the oven until it is defrosted.
The time required depends on the food type and food size.
7
When the food is defrosted, turn the timer knob to 0 and remove the defrosted food.
To avoid defrosted food from going bad, it should be refrigerated or fully cooked after defrosting.
grilling
See section 'How to use the toaster oven'.
1
Set the temperature selector to the required cooking temperature (Fig. 6).
For cooking temperatures, see the cooking guide at the end of this user manual.
2
Set the timer knob to 5 minutes to preheat the toaster oven.
3
Place the food on the baking tray and place the baking tray on the wire rack in the preheated
toaster oven.
4
Set the timer knob to the required cooking time.
For cooking times, see the cooking guide at the end of this user manual.
Tip: To prevent the food from browning too quickly, cover it with aluminium foil during the last few
minutes of cooking. Neatly tuck the loose ends of the foil round the edges of the baking tray.
Make sure the aluminium foil does not touch the heating elements to avoid a fire hazard.
Baking
See section 'How to use the toaster oven'.
1
Set the temperature selector to the required cooking temperature (Fig. 6)
For cooking temperatures, see the cooking guide at the end of this user manual.
2
Set the timer knob to 5 minutes to preheat the toaster oven.
3
Place the baking tin or the baking tray with the food to be baked on the wire rack in the
preheated toaster oven.
4
Set the timer knob to the required cooking time (Fig. 7).
For cooking times, see the cooking guide at the end of this user manual.
Note: Keep an eye on the food to make sure that it does not get overcooked.
Tip: To prevent the food from browning too quickly, cover it with aluminium foil during the last few
minutes of cooking. Neatly tuck the loose ends of the foil round the edges of the baking tray.
Make sure the aluminium foil does not touch the heating elements to avoid a fire hazard.

after use

1
Set the timer knob to 0.
2
Remove the plug from the wall socket.
3
Let the appliance cool down before you handle or clean it.
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