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Miele H 2265-1 B Operating And Installation Instructions

Miele H 2265-1 B Operating And Installation Instructions

Cooker and oven
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Operating and installation instructions
Cooker and oven
To avoid the risk of accidents or damage to the appliance it is essential
to read these instructions before it is installed and used for the first time.
M.-Nr. 11 189 710


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Summary of Contents for Miele H 2265-1 B

  • Page 1 Operating and installation instructions Cooker and oven To avoid the risk of accidents or damage to the appliance it is essential to read these instructions before it is installed and used for the first time. en-GB M.-Nr. 11 189 710...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents Warning and Safety instructions................ 5 Caring for the environment ................ 15 Guide to the appliance .................. 16 Cooker........................16 Oven ........................17 Oven controls.......................  18 Function selector ....................19 Temperature selector  ..................19 Clock/timer ......................19 Display......................19 Sensor controls ....................19 Features........................
  • Page 3 Contents Switching cooking programmes on and off automatically ........42 Setting a cooking duration ................42 At the end of the cooking duration:..............43 Setting a cooking duration and a finish time............ 44 Changing the cooking duration ................ 45 Deleting a cooking duration ................46 Deleting the end of cooking duration ...............
  • Page 4 Contents Problem solving guide .................. 71 Service........................ 74 Contact in case of malfunction ................74 Warranty ........................ 74 Installation...................... 75 Installation dimensions..................75 Installation in a tall or base unit................ 75 Side view of H 22xx..................76 Side view H 28xx, H 25xx, H 27xx ..............77 Connections and ventilation................
  • Page 5: Warning And Safety Instructions

    Miele cannot be held liable for damage caused by non-compliance with these instructions. Keep these instructions in a safe place and pass them on to any future owner.
  • Page 6 Warning and Safety instructions Appropriate use  This oven is intended for domestic use and use in other similar en- vironments.  The oven is not intended for outdoor use.  The oven is intended for domestic use only to bake, roast, grill, cook, defrost and dry food.
  • Page 7 Warning and Safety instructions Safety with children  Children under 8 years of age must be kept away from the oven unless they are constantly supervised.  Children aged 8 and older may only use the oven without supervi- sion if they have been shown how to use it in a safe manner. Chil- dren must be able to understand and recognise the possible dangers caused by incorrect operation.
  • Page 8  Unauthorised installation, maintenance and repairs can cause considerable danger for the user. Installation, maintenance and re- pairs must only be carried out by a Miele authorised technician.  Damage to the oven can compromise your safety. Check the oven for visible signs of damage.
  • Page 9 Warning and Safety instructions  Miele can only guarantee the safety of the oven when original Miele spare parts are used. Faulty components must only be re- placed by original spare parts.  If the oven is delivered without a power connection cable, a spe- cial cable must be installed by a Miele authorised service technician (see “Installation”, “Electrical connection”).
  • Page 10 Warning and Safety instructions Correct use  Risk of injury caused by hot surfaces. The oven gets hot during operation. You could burn yourself on the heating elements, oven compartment, accessories or food. Wear oven gloves when placing hot food in the oven or removing it and when adjusting oven shelves, for example, in a hot oven com- partment.
  • Page 11 Warning and Safety instructions  When using residual heat to keep food warm, corrosion from high air humidity and condensation can occur in the oven. This can also cause damage to the control panel, worktop and surrounding kit- chen furniture. Keep the oven on and select the lowest temperature available for the selected function.
  • Page 12 Warning and Safety instructions  Plastic dishes that are not suitable for use in an oven will melt and may ignite at high temperatures, and can damage the oven. Use only plastic containers that are suitable for use in an oven. Fol- low the manufacturer’s instructions.
  • Page 13 Warning and Safety instructions Cleaning and care  Risk of injury due to electric shock. The steam from a steam cleaning appliance could reach live electrical components and cause a short circuit. Do not use a steam cleaner to clean the appliance. ...
  • Page 14 Never place a Miele oven dish on the upper support of shelf level 1 either as it will not be secured by the non-tip safety notches. As a general rule, use...
  • Page 15: Caring For The Environment

    / recycling centre for electrical and electronic ap- pliances, or contact your dealer or Miele for advice. You are also respons- ible (by law, depending on country) for deleting any personal data that may be stored on the appliance being disposed of.
  • Page 16: Guide To The Appliance

    Guide to the appliance Cooker a Oven control elements, hob rotary controls b Top heat/grill element c Catalytic enamelled back panel d Air inlet for the fan with ring heating element behind it e Side runners with 5 shelf levels f Oven floor with bottom heat element underneath it g Front frame with data plate h Door...
  • Page 17: Oven

    Guide to the appliance Oven a Control elements b Top heat/grill element c Catalytic enamelled back panel d Air inlet for the fan with ring heating element behind it e Side runners with 5 shelf levels f Oven floor with bottom heat element underneath it g Front frame with data plate h Door...
  • Page 18: Oven Controls

    Oven controls a Function selector For selecting oven functions b Clock/timer For displaying the time of day and settings c Sensor control  For modifying times and settings d OK sensor control For selecting functions and saving settings e Sensor control  For modifying times and settings f Temperature selector For setting the temperature...
  • Page 19: Function Selector

    Oven controls Function selector Clock/timer Use the function selector to select the The clock/timer is operated via the dis- required function and switch on the play and the , OK and  sensor con- oven lighting independently. trols. It can be turned clockwise or anti- Display clockwise.
  • Page 20: Features

    All the accessories listed as well as the Please have this information to hand, cleaning and care products are de- should you need to contact Miele re- signed for Miele ovens. garding any questions or problems. These are available to order via the...
  • Page 21 Features Side runners Baking tray, universal tray and rack with non-tip notches There are runners on the left and right of the oven compartment with Baking tray HBB 71: shelves  for inserting accessories. The numbers for the shelf levels are marked on the front frame. Each level consists of 2 rails, one above Universal tray HUBB 71: the other.
  • Page 22 Features FlexiClip runners HFC 70-C FlexiClip runners can only be fitted on levels 1, 2 and 3. The FlexiClip runners can be drawn To prevent the risk of accessories slid- right out of the oven individually to give ing off the runners: a good overview of cooking in progress.
  • Page 23 Features You can use more than one baking tray, You can use the universal tray together universal tray or rack at a time. with the rack on the FlexiClip runners.  Place the universal tray together with  Place the baking tray, universal tray the rack on the FlexiClip runners.
  • Page 24 The FlexiClip runners are fitted on the upper rail of the two rails that make up a shelf level. The FlexiClip runner with the Miele logo  Then hold the FlexiClip runner at an is fitted on the right.
  • Page 25 Features Removing the FlexiClip runners  Risk of injury caused by hot sur- faces. The oven gets hot during operation. You could burn yourself on the heat- ing elements, oven compartment or accessories. Allow the heating elements, oven  Slide the FlexiClip runner at an angle compartment and the accessories to along the top rail as far as it will go cool before fitting or removing the...
  • Page 26 The FlexiClip runner with the Miele logo should be fitted on the right. When fitting or removing the FlexiClip runners, do not extend them.
  • Page 27 Features Perforated gourmet baking tray HBBL 71 The perforated gourmet baking tray has been specially developed for the pre-  Then secure the FlexiClip runner to paration of baked goods made from the lower rail of the shelf level (3.). fresh yeast and quark doughs, as well as bread and bread rolls.
  • Page 28 Features Round baking trays Baking stone HBS 60 The solid round baking tray HBF 27-1 The baking stone is ideal for items is suitable for cooking pizzas, flat cakes which need a well baked base such as made with yeast or whisked mixtures, pizza, quiche, bread, bread rolls and sa- sweet and savoury tarts, baked voury snacks.
  • Page 29 Catalytic enamelled liners HBD gourmet oven dish lids Catalytic enamelled surfaces are self- Unlike other oven dishes, Miele gour- cleaning, which means that oil and fat met oven dishes can be placed in the are burnt off automatically when very oven directly on the shelf runners.
  • Page 30: Functions

    Features Functions Safety features – Using the different functions for bak- – System lock  for the oven ing, roasting and grilling (see “Clock/timer – Changing set- tings”) – Clock display – Cooling fan – Minute minder The cooling fan will come on auto- –...
  • Page 31: Perfectclean Treated Surfaces

    Features PerfectClean treated surfaces Hob control elements PerfectClean surfaces have very good (features will vary depending on model) non-stick properties and are exception- H2xxxE/H2xxxI models also have rotary ally easy to clean. controls for operating the cooking Food can be easily removed from these zones on the linked hob.
  • Page 32: Before Using For The First Time

    Before using for the first time Before using for the first time Setting the time of day for the first time  The oven must not be operated The time of day is shown in the 24-hour until it has been correctly installed in format.
  • Page 33: Heating Up The Oven For The First Time

    Before using for the first time Cleaning the oven compartment after Heating up the oven for the heating it up for the first time first time  New ovens can give off an unpleasant Risk of injury caused by hot sur- smell on first use.
  • Page 34: Overview Of Functions

    Overview of functions Functions Recommended Range value Fan plus  160 °C 30–250 °C Intensive bake  170 °C 50–250 °C Eco Fan heat  190 °C 100–250 °C Defrost  25 °C 25–50 °C Booster  160 °C 100–250 °C Conventional heat  180 °C 30–280 °C Bottom heat ...
  • Page 35: Energy Saving Tips

    Energy saving tips – The Fan plus   function can be used Cooking programmes for cooking many types of food. Be- – Remove all accessories from the cause the fan distributes the heat in oven compartment that are not re- the oven compartment straight away, quired for cooking.
  • Page 36 Energy saving tips Residual heat utilisation Energy-saving mode – In cooking programmes using tem- The oven will switch itself off automatic- peratures greater than 140 °C and ally to save energy if a programme is with cooking durations longer than not being run and controls have not 30 minutes, the temperature can be been operated.
  • Page 37: Operation

    Operation Easy to use Pre-heating the oven  Place the food in the oven. The Booster function is used to quickly pre-heat the oven.  Select the required oven function with the function selector. It is only necessary to pre-heat the oven in a few instances.
  • Page 38: Clock/Timer

    Clock/timer The clock/timer offers the following You can only set or change a function if functions: the function selector is in the correct position. – Time of day display Sensor controls – Minute minder – Switching cooking programmes on Sensor and off automatically control ...
  • Page 39: Setting The Time

    Clock/timer Time display Setting the time The symbols  and  or  will show The time of day is set in segments: if you have set times. – For the time of day and cooking dura- If you are using the minute minder , tions, first the hours, then the cooking duration ...
  • Page 40: Using The Minute Minder

    Clock/timer   Using the minute minder   The minute minder can be used to time other activities in the kitchen, e.g. boil- ing eggs.  The minute minder can also be used at the same time as a cooking programme ...
  • Page 41: Changing The Minute Minder Duration

    Clock/timer At the end of the minute minder dura- Deleting the minute minder duration tion:  Press the  sensor control repeatedly –  flashes. until  starts flashing. – The display will show the time count-  Confirm with OK. ing upwards. The minutes will flash. –...
  • Page 42: Switching Cooking Programmes On And Off Automatically

    Clock/timer Setting a cooking duration Switching cooking pro- grammes on and off automat- Example: a cake needs to bake for 1 hour and 5 minutes. ically  Place the food in the oven. Cooking programmes can be switched on or off automatically for all functions ...
  • Page 43: At The End Of The Cooking Duration

    Clock/timer   At the end of the cooking duration:   –  appears. –  will flash. – The oven heating will switch off auto-  matically.  Use the  or  sensor control to set – The cooling fan continues to run. the hours.
  • Page 44: Setting A Cooking Duration And A Finish Time

    Clock/timer   Setting a cooking duration and a fin-  ish time To switch a cooking programme on and off automatically, you set a cooking duration and a finish time.  Example: the current time of day is The  symbol indicates the cooking 11:15;...
  • Page 45: Changing The Cooking Duration

    Clock/timer   Changing the cooking duration   Press the  sensor control repeatedly until  starts flashing. The remaining cooking duration will ap-  pear in the display.  Use the  or  sensor control to set  Confirm with OK. the minutes. The hours will flash. ...
  • Page 46: Deleting A Cooking Duration

    Clock/timer Deleting a cooking duration Deleting the end of cooking duration  Press the  or  sensor control re-  Press the  or  sensor control re- peatedly until  starts flashing. peatedly until  starts flashing.  Confirm with OK.  Confirm with OK. The hours will flash. The hours will flash.
  • Page 47: Changing The Time Of Day

    Clock/timer Changing the time of day The time of day can only be changed when the function selector is at 0.  Turn the function selector to 0.  Press the  sensor control repeatedly until  starts flashing.  Confirm with OK. The hours will flash. ...
  • Page 48: Changing Settings

    Clock/timer To change the status: Changing settings  Press the  or  sensor control re- Default settings are set in the oven con- peatedly until the status you want is trols at the factory (see “Settings over- shown. view”).  Confirm with OK. You change a setting ...
  • Page 49: Settings Overview

    Clock/timer Settings overview Setting Status     The buzzer is switched off. Buzzer  The buzzer is switched on. volume  to  You can adjust the volume. When you select a status, * you will hear the corresponding buzzer. ...
  • Page 50: Baking

    Baking Using baking parchment Handling food carefully will help pro- tect your health. Miele accessories, e.g. the universal Cakes, pizzas and french fries should tray, are treated with PerfectClean be cooked until golden, not dark enamel (see “Features”). Surfaces brown.
  • Page 51: Notes On The Functions

    Baking Selecting the  cooking duration Using Intensive bake  Unless otherwise stated, the cooking Use this function for baking cakes with durations given in the cooking charts moist toppings. are for an oven compartment which has Do not use this function for baking thin not been pre-heated.
  • Page 52: Roasting

    Roasting – At the end of the programme, take Tips for roasting the food out of the oven compart- – You can use all crockery made from ment, cover it and leave to stand for temperature-resistant materials, e.g. about 10 minutes. This helps retain roasting dishes, roasting pans with lid, juices when the meat is carved.
  • Page 53: Notes On The Functions

    Roasting Selecting the  cooking duration Using Fan plus  Unless otherwise stated, the durations These functions are suitable for roasting given in the roasting chart are for an meat, fish and poultry that needs to be oven compartment which has not been well browned as well as sirloin joints pre-heated.
  • Page 54: Grilling

    Grilling – Use the universal tray with the rack or  Risk of injury caused by hot sur- the grilling and roasting (anti-splash) faces. insert in place. The juices collect un- If you grill with the door open, hot air der the insert.
  • Page 55: Notes On The Functions

    Grilling those specified, the meat will brown Tip: If the surface of a thicker cut of on the outside, but will not be prop- meat is browned but the centre is still erly cooked through. raw, move the food to a lower level or reduce the temperature and continue Choosing a shelf level grilling.
  • Page 56: Further Applications

    Further applications This section provides information on the Tips following applications: – Remove the packaging and place the frozen goods on the universal tray or – Defrost in a suitable bowl or dish. – Low temperature cooking – Use the universal tray with the rack –...
  • Page 57: Low Temperature Cooking

    Further applications Using Conventional heat  Low temperature cooking Follow the information in the cooking Low temperature cooking is ideal for charts at the end of this book. cooking delicate cuts of beef, pork, veal or lamb when a tender result is desired. Use the universal tray with the rack First sear the meat all over at a high placed on top of it.
  • Page 58: Frozen Food/Ready Meals

    Further applications Preparing frozen food/ready meals Frozen food/Ready meals Handling food carefully will help pro- Tips for cakes, pizza and baguettes tect your health. – Bake cakes, pizza and baguettes on Cakes, pizzas and french fries should baking paper on the rack. be cooked until golden, not dark Do not use the baking tray or the uni- brown.
  • Page 59: Cleaning And Care

    Cleaning and care Unsuitable cleaning agents  Danger of injury caused by hot surfaces. To avoid damaging the surfaces, do not The oven gets hot during operation. use: You could burn yourself on the heat- – cleaning agents containing soda, am- ing elements, oven compartment or monia, acids or chlorides accessories.
  • Page 60: Removing Normal Soiling

    Cleaning and care Removing normal soiling If soiling is left on for any length of time, it may become impossible to  Remove normal residues immediately remove. If items are used frequently with warm water, washing-up liquid without being cleaned, it may be- and a clean sponge or a clean, damp come very difficult to clean them.
  • Page 61: Removing Stubborn Soiling (Excluding The Flexiclip Runners)

    10 minutes in a solution of hot water surfaces can be cleaned using the and washing-up liquid. Miele oven cleaner, which must only If necessary use the back of a wash- be applied to cold surfaces. ing-up sponge to remove the soiling.
  • Page 62: Cleaning The Catalytic Enamelled Back Panel

    Cleaning and care Removing oil and grease Cleaning the catalytic enamelled back panel  Remove any accessories from the oven compartment, including the side Catalytic enamel is self-cleaning, which runners. means that oil and fat are burnt off automatically when very high temperat- ...
  • Page 63: Door Removal

    Cleaning and care Door removal The oven could become damaged if you incorrectly remove the door. The door weighs approx. 9 kg. Never pull the door horizontally off its retainers, as they will spring back against the oven. Never pull the door off the retainers by the handle, as the handle could break off.
  • Page 64: Dismantling The Door

    Cleaning and care Dismantling the door Scratches on the door glass can cause the glass to break. The oven door is an open system with 3 glass panes which have a heat-reflect- Do not use abrasive cleaners, hard ive coating on some of their surfaces. sponges, brushes or sharp metal tools to clean the door glass.
  • Page 65 Cleaning and care Remove the inner pane:  Risk of injury caused by door slamming shut. The door may slam shut if you at- tempt to disassemble it when it is fit- ted to the oven. Always remove the door before dis- assembling it.
  • Page 66 Cleaning and care Then reassemble the door carefully:  Flip both glass pane retainers inwards to close them.  Refit the middle pane in such a way that the material number is legible The door is now reassembled. (not reversed). ...
  • Page 67: Fitting The Door

    Cleaning and care  Open the door fully. Fitting the door If the locking clamps are not locked, the door could become loose, result- ing in damage. Always ensure that the locking clamps are locked after refitting the door.  To relock the locking clamps, turn them back up to the horizontal posi- ...
  • Page 68: Removing The Side Runners With Flexiclip Runners

    Cleaning and care Removing the side runners with FlexiClip runners The side runners can be removed to- gether with the FlexiClip runners (if in- serted). If you wish to remove the FlexiClip run- ners separately beforehand, please fol- low the instructions in “Features” – “Fit- ting and removing FlexiClip runners”.
  • Page 69: Removing The Back Panel

    Cleaning and care Removing the back panel Reassemble by following these in- structions in reverse order. The back panel can be removed for cleaning purposes.  Refit the back panel carefully.  Risk of injury caused by hot sur- Make sure the openings are located as faces.
  • Page 70: Lowering The Top Heat/Grill Element

    Cleaning and care Lowering the top heat/grill ele- ment If the oven compartment roof is badly soiled, the top heat/grill element can be lowered to make cleaning easier. Clean the oven compartment roof regularly with a damp cloth or a dishwashing sponge.
  • Page 71: Problem Solving Guide

    The display is dark. There is no power to the oven.  Check whether the mains fuse has tripped. If it has, contact a qualified electrician or Miele. The  system lock has been activated. The oven compartment does not heat up.
  • Page 72 The bearings in the FlexiClip runners are not suffi- not push in or pull out ciently lubricated. smoothly.  Lubricate the bearings with the special Miele lub- ricant. Only the special Miele lubricant is designed for the high temperatures in the oven compartment. Other lubricants may resinify when heated and will gum up the FlexiClip runners.
  • Page 73 Problem solving guide Problem Cause and remedy The top oven interior The halogen lamp is faulty. lighting does not turn  Danger of burning! Make sure the oven heater elements are switched off. Make sure the oven compartment has cooled down.
  • Page 74: Service

    For information on the appliance war- cannot remedy yourself, please contact ranty specific to your country please your Miele Dealer or Miele Service. contact Miele. See back cover for ad- dress. Contact information for Miele Service In the UK, your appliance warranty is...
  • Page 75: Installation

    Installation Installation dimensions Dimensions are given in mm. Installation in a tall or base unit When building the oven into a base unit underneath a hob, please also observe the installation instructions for the hob as well as the building-in depth required for the hob.
  • Page 76: Side View Of H 22Xx

    Installation Side view of H 22xx...
  • Page 77: Side View H 28Xx, H 25Xx, H 27Xx

    Installation Side view H 28xx, H 25xx, H 27xx H 25xx, H 27xx: 43 mm H 28xx: 47 mm...
  • Page 78: Connections And Ventilation

    Installation Connections and ventilation a Front view b Mains connection cable, length = 2000 mm c No connections permitted in this area d Ventilation cut-out, min. 150 cm²...
  • Page 79: Installing The Cooker

    Installation Before installation Installing the cooker  Ensure that there is no power to the For safety reasons, the cooker may socket. only be used when it has been fully installed.  Please observe the wiring diagram on the cooker. The cooker requires a sufficient sup- ...
  • Page 80 Installation  Push the cooker into the base unit Installing the cooker and align it.  Connect the cooker to the electrical supply.  Open the door, if you have not re- moved it.  Place the cooker in front of the base unit.
  • Page 81: Installing The Oven

    Installation Installing the oven For safety reasons, the oven may only be used when it has been fully installed. The oven requires a sufficient supply of cool air for efficient operation. The required supply of cool air must not be excessively heated by other heat sources (e.g.
  • Page 82: Electrical Connection

    Installation, repairs and other work trim visible when the door is open. by unqualified persons could be dan- Ensure that these match the mains sup- gerous. Miele cannot be held liable ply. for unauthorised work.  When contacting Miele, please quote...
  • Page 83: Oven

    Maximum connected load: see data plate. Possible combination hobs Miele cookers with integrated hob con- trols may only be combined with hobs as specified by Miele for use with that cooker. Contact Miele or your Miele Dealer for further information on suitable combin- ations.
  • Page 84: Electrical Connection: Other Countries

    (RCD) / ground fault interrupter (GFI). Contact a qualified electrician for ad- vice. If the cord is damaged a new cord must be fitted by a Miele approved service technician.  WARNING - THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED...
  • Page 85: Cooking Charts

    Cooking charts Batter   Cakes/biscuits   (accessories) [°C] [min] Muffins (1 tray)  150–160 25–35  Muffins (2 trays) 150–160 30–40 Small cakes (1 tray)*  25–35  20–30  Small cakes (2 trays)* 25–35 Madeira cake (loaf tin, 30 cm)  150–160 60–70 ...
  • Page 86: Shortcrust Pastry

    Cooking charts Shortcrust pastry   Cakes/biscuits   (accessories) [°C] [min] Biscuits (1 tray)  140–150 20–30  150–160 25–35  Biscuits (2 trays) 140–150 20–30 Drop cookies (1 tray)*  35–45  20–30  Drop cookies (2 trays)* 35–45 Flan base (flan base tin,  28 cm) ...
  • Page 87: Yeast Dough

    Cooking charts Yeast dough   Cakes/biscuits   (accessories) [°C] [min] Bundt cake (Bundt cake tin,  24 cm)  150–160 50–60  160–170 50–60 Stollen  150–160 55–65  160–170 55–65 Streusel cake with/without fruit (tray)  160–170 40–50  170–180 45–55 Fresh fruit cake (tray)
  • Page 88: Quark Dough

    Cooking charts Quark dough   Cakes/biscuits   (accessories) [°C] [min] Fresh fruit cake (tray)  160–170 40–50  170–180 50–60 Apple turnovers/raisin whirls (1 tray)  160–170 25–35 Apple turnovers/raisin whirls (2 trays)  150–160 25–35  Function,  Temperature,  Shelf level,  Cooking duration,  Fan plus,  Con- ventional heat Take the trays out of the oven early if the food is sufficiently browned before the specified cooking duration has elapsed.
  • Page 89: Sponge Mixture

    Cooking charts Sponge mixture   Cakes/biscuits   (accessories) [°C] [min] Sponge cake base (2 eggs, springform cake tin,  160–170 15–25  26 cm) Sponge cake base (4–6 eggs, springform cake  150–160 30–40 tin,  26 cm) Whisked sponge (springform cake tin,  26 cm)*  25–35 ...
  • Page 90: Choux Pastry, Puff Pastry, Meringue

    Cooking charts Choux pastry, puff pastry, meringue   Cakes/biscuits   (accessories) [°C] [min] Choux buns (1 tray)  160–170 30–40 Pastry puffs (1 tray)  180–190 20–30 Pastry puffs (2 trays)  180–190 20–30 Macaroons (1 tray)  120–130 25–50 Macaroons (2 trays) ...
  • Page 91: Savoury Dishes

    Cooking charts Savoury dishes   Food   (accessories) [°C] [min] Savoury flan (tray)  220–230 25–35  180–190 30–40 Onion tart (tray)  180–190 25–35  170–180 30–40 Pizza, yeast dough (tray)  170–180 25–35  210–220 20–30 Pizza, quark-oil dough (tray) ...
  • Page 92: Beef

    Cooking charts Beef   Food    (accessories) [°C] [min] [°C] Braised beef, approx. 1 kg  150–160 120–130 (oven dish with lid)  170–180 120–130 180–190  160–180 Fillet of beef, approx. 1 kg 25–60 45–75  180–190 (universal tray) 70–80 45–48 ...
  • Page 93: Veal

    Cooking charts Veal   Food     (accessories) [°C] [min] [°C] Braised veal, approx. 1.5 kg   160–170 120–130 (oven dish with lid)   170–180 120–130 Fillet of veal, approx. 1 kg  30–60 45–75  160–170 (universal tray) –...
  • Page 94: Pork

    Cooking charts Pork   Food    (accessories) [°C] [min] [°C] Pork joint/pork neck roast, approx. 1 kg  160–170 80–90 130–140 (oven dish with lid)  170–180 80–90 130–140 Pork joint with crackling, approx. 2 kg  180–190 80–90 130–150 (oven dish) ...
  • Page 95: Lamb, Game

    Cooking charts Lamb, game   Food     (accessories) [°C] [min] [°C] Leg of lamb on the bone, ap-  170–180 prox. 1.5 kg – 64–82 100–120 (oven dish with lid) Saddle of lamb, off the bone   10–20 53–80 180–190...
  • Page 96: Poultry, Fish

    Cooking charts Poultry, fish   Food    (accessories) [°C] [min] [°C] Poultry, 0.8–1.5 kg  170–180 55–65 85–90 (universal tray) Chicken, approx. 1.2 kg  180–190 85–90 55–65 (rack on top of universal tray) Poultry, approx. 2 kg  180–190 85–90 100–120 (oven dish) ...
  • Page 97: Notes For Test Institutes

    15–25  Function,  Temperature,  Shelf level,  Cooking duration,  Fan plus,  Con- ventional heat,  Full grill Only use original Miele accessories. Remove the FlexiClip runners if fitted. Use a dark matt springform cake tin. Place the springform cake tin centrally on the rack.
  • Page 98: Energy Efficiency Class According To En 60350-1

    This does not occur in normal use. Data sheet for household ovens In acc. with delegated regulation (EU) No. 65/2014 and regulation (EU) No. 66/2014 MIELE Model name/identifier H 2265-1 B, H 2265-1 E, H 2760 B, H 2860 B, H 2850 B...
  • Page 99 Tel: +65 6735 1191 Fax. +971 4 3418 852 Fax: 011-46 900 001 Fax: +65 6735 1161 800-MIELE (64353) E-mail: E-Mail: E-Mail: Internet: Internet: Website: Manufacturer: Miele & Cie. KG, Carl-Miele-Straße 29, 33332 Gütersloh, Germany...
  • Page 100 H 2265-1 B, H 2265-1 E, H 2760 B, H 2860 B, H 2850 B en-GB M.-Nr. 11 189 710 / 02...

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