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Cooking Functions - KitchenAid KCO124 Manual

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GETTING STARTED
TIME RECOMMENDATION - AIR FRY FUNCTION
Food
Chicken Nuggets
Chicken Tenders
Chicken Wings
Fish Fillets
Fish Sticks
French Fries
Mozarella Sticks
Taquitos
NOTE:
Gently spray the basket with oil before each batch of food. No more oil is needed.
Results may vary with different food brands and sizes. Follow Toaster Oven instructions from
the back of the food package and reduce time.
TIP:
When cooking fatty foods, such as non breaded poultry with skin, use the baking pan
instead of the Air fry basket to catch excess oil that may drip from the food.

COOKING FUNCTIONS

PREHEATING
Preheating your Air Fryer is important for consistent and even results. Once you select your
desired cooking mode or any other settings, and press START.
The light ring around the Start button will be on, and the Preheat indicator will show on the
LCD. Once the oven has reached the set temperature, a tone will sound to let you know that
you can insert food and begin cooking. Preheating is NOT necessary in all cooking modes.
To skip the Preheat and start the timer directly, push the START button a second time.
NOTE: Automatic Preheat is not programmed for Dehydrate, Keep Warm, Reheat, Toast and
Bagel functions.
CONVECTION
The convection fan is controlled by the Convection button. Pushing the convection button will
toggle the fan on or off for Bake, Broil, Keep Warm, and Reheat functions. A "Convection"
label and fan icon will appear on the display when the convection fan is on. The Air Fry
function uses a high speed convection fan that cannot be turned off. The Dehydrate function
uses the high speed convection fan as preset, but it may be turned off by pushing the
convection button.
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Temperature
1 Layer
425 °F (218 °C)
1 Layer
425 °F (218 °C)
1 Layer
425 °F (218 °C)
1 Layer
450 °F (232 °C)
1 Layer
450 °F (232 °C)
1 Layer
425 °F (218 °C)
1 Layer
450 °F (232 °C)
1 Layer
400 °F (204 °C)
Time
8 - 10 minutes
13 - 15 minutes
18 - 20 minutes
12 - 14 minutes
10 - 12 minutes
22 - 24 minutes
5 - 7 minutes
5 - 7 minutes
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