USING A MEAT THERMOMETER
Stick the thermometer
into the center of the largest muscle of meat, or in
the Inner thigh or breast of poultry. For an accurate reading, the tip of the
thermometer should not touch the bone or gristle or rest in a pcoke! of fat.
As the meat cooks, the thermometer may slip from its positlon. If the reading
on the thermometer seems unusually high for the length of time the meat
has cooked, check the thermometer
and reposltlon it if necessary.
If you let a roast stand 10 to 20 minutes after you remove It from the oven
It will be easier to carve and the Internal temperature will raise as It stands.
Remove the roast from the oven when the thermometer reads 5'JF to lOoF
less than the Internal temperture you desire. If you do not plan to let the
roast stand, leave the meat in the oven until the full temperature IS reached
Roasting time WIII depend on the oven temperature, meat temperature,
sze. shape and type of the meat, the proportion of bone and fat, and
the degree of doneness (Internal temperature)
Add extra time (15 to 25 minutes per pound) when roasting frozen
For even cookIng, all poultry must be completely thawed before roasting.
For self-bastmg, put the meat In the pan with the fat side up.
Use a roasting pan that fits the size of the roast. too small a, pan WIII
let the melted fat dnp over the edge and too large a pan WIII cause
Reduce spattenng by putting lightly crushed loil In the pan under the
To best measure doneness, always use a meat thermometer
For easier carving. let the roast stand 10 to 20 mmutes after removing
It from the oven Always carve across the grain of the meat
The lemperature in your new range has been set correct1 at Ihe factor
be sure lo follow the recipe temperatures and limes Lhe first ew times you
in your new oven
If you Ihlnk the oven should be hotter or cooler, you can adjust II yourself To
declcle how much lo chanqe Ihe temperature, set Ihe oven temperature 25FO
higher or lower lhan the temperature In your recipe, lhen bake The results
of this 'Iesl" should alve vou an Idea of how much Ihe temoerature should
To adjust temperature.
Push the BAKE bullon
Select a temperalure between 5OOOF and 55OOF with Ihe SET knob
wIthIn two seconds, before the BAKE function energizes) push
and hol the BAKE button
The display WIII go blank and then WI/ show the amount of degrees dlf-
ference between Ihe ongtnal factory temperature setting and the cur-
rent lemperature setting If the oven lemperature has never been ads
lusted Ihe display will read 00
Turn Ihe Set knob lo adjust oven temperature
The temperature can be
ad usted up to 35FO hotier or 35FO coo1er.ln 5FO steps A minus sign (-)
be ore Ihe number means that he oven will be cooler by dlsplayed amount
When you have made Ihe desired adjustment. push the CLOCK
button lo go back to the time of day display or use your oven as you
Note: The seli~clean temperature WIII not be changed by the adjustment descrlb-