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Baking, Roasting, Grilling
Defrosting, Cooking
Automatic Programmes
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To avoid the risk of accidents or
damage to the appliance it is
essential to read these operating instructions
before it is installed or used for the
first time.
M.-Nr. 06 235 020

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  • Page 1: User Instructions

    User instructions Baking, Roasting, Grilling Defrosting, Cooking Automatic Programmes To avoid the risk of accidents or damage to the appliance it is essential to read these operating instructions before it is installed or used for the first time. M.-Nr. 06 235 020...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents Baking ............5 Baking chart .

  • Page 3

    Contents Meat / Veal............50 Pot roast veal .

  • Page 4

    Contents National dishes / French ......... . . 75 Open apple tart .

  • Page 5: Baking

    Baking We recommend the following settings 1 tray = 1st shelf level from the for baking: bottom – FAN PLUS 2 trays = 1st and 3rd shelf levels from the bottom – INTENSIVE BAKE 3 trays = 1st, 2nd and 4th shelf levels –...

  • Page 6: Tips On Baking

    Baking CONVENTIONAL Tips on baking Only use dark baking tins with a Refer to the baking chart and the matt finish. cookery book supplied with this Bright, shiny tins will give an uneven oven for suggestions of or pale result, and in some cases the temperatures, shelf levels and times.

  • Page 7

    Baking Frozen food Eating food which has been cooked When baking frozen products such as correctly is important for good cakes, pizza and baguettes, use the health. lowest temperature quoted on the manufacturer’s packaging. Place such Only bake cakes, pizza, chips etc. items on baking paper directly on the until they are golden brown.

  • Page 8: Baking Chart

    Baking chart FAN PLUS Temp. Recommended Time in °C shelf level in mins. Creamed mixture Sponge cake 150 - 170 50 - 70 Ring cake 150 - 170 65 - 80 Foam cake (tray) 150 - 170 25 - 30 Marble, nut cake (tin) 150 - 170 70 - 80...

  • Page 9

    Baking chart CONVENTIONAL INTENSIVE BAKE Temp. Recommended Time Temp. Recommended Time in °C shelf level in mins. in °C shelf level in mins. 150 - 170 50 - 60 170 - 190 65 - 80 170 - 190 20 - 25 150 - 170 70 - 80 170 - 190...

  • Page 10: Roasting

    Some models also have Automatic Programmes. See relevant section. Miele also offer Gourmet oven dishes with lids which are ideal for roasting and cooking larger quantities of food. AUTO ROAST: Place the roasting pan on the rack into When roasting on the rack or in an a cold oven.

  • Page 11

    Roasting Temperature Older recipes and cookery books Please refer to the Roasting chart for New guidelines (German standard suggested temperatures. DIN 44547 has been replaced by European standard EN 60350) have led Do not select a higher temperature than to slight adjustments in oven that advised.

  • Page 12

    Roasting Calculating the roasting time Pot roasting The roasting time will depend on the Season the meat and place in the pot. type of meat, the size and thickness of Add some knobs of butter or margarine the cut, and can be calculated as or a little oil or cooking fat.

  • Page 13: Using The Roast Probe

    Using the roast probe Depending on model, your oven may Please note: be fitted with a roast probe which You can place the meat in a pot or on enables the roasting process to be the rack in the grill pan with the monitored simply and reliably.

  • Page 14

    Using the roast probe ^ Place the food in the oven. Once the entry has been accepted – the oven will start heating up. – the core temperature rise can be followed in the display, Time remaining display, Energy-save function After a certain time the estimated time remaining appears in the oven display.

  • Page 15

    Using the roast probe Shortly before the end of cooking Note duration, the oven heating switches off. The timer can also be used to delay the The Energy-save function then comes start of the programme. into action. When finished, cover the meat with If the oven temperature is altered or the aluminium foil and allow to stand for core temperature increased, the oven...

  • Page 16: Roasting Chart

    Roasting chart Food Recom- AUTO ROAST CONVENTIONAL mended Core Temp. Time Temp. Time shelf temp. in °C in mins. in °C in mins. level in °C Roast beef (approx. 1 kg) 190 - 210 100 - 120 220 - 240 100 - 120 70-75 Beef fillet, approx.

  • Page 17: Grilling

    Grilling GRILL - full Grill with the oven door closed. If you grill with the door open the hot air will escape from the oven and not get cooled by the cooling fan. Control elements on the oven could get hot. Danger of burning! Grill settings Some models also have Automatic Programmes.

  • Page 18: Preparing Food For Grilling

    Grilling Preparing food for grilling Grilling on the rack Clean, wipe dry and season with pepper and herbs. Do not season meat with salt before grilling as this draws the juices out. Add a little oil if necessary. Do not use other types of fat as they can get too dark, burn and cause smoke.

  • Page 19

    Special clamps for grilling poultry and kebabs on the rotisserie are available ^ Secure the meat to the rotisserie spit from your dealer or the Miele Spare using clamps as illustrated making Parts Dept. sure it is held centrally. Meat should be balanced in the middle to give even rotation.

  • Page 20: Tips On Grilling

    Grilling Temperature Tips on grilling For thin cuts of meat It is best to grill food of a similar (e. g. chops or steak) ..275°C thickness at the same time so that the grilling time for each item does not vary For grilling larger items, too greatly.

  • Page 21: Grill Chart

    Grill chart Pre-heat the grill for at least 5 minutes with the door shut before grilling. Food to be grilled Recom- GRILL FAN GRILL mended Temp. Total grilling Temp. Total grilling shelf in °C time in °C time level in mins. in mins.

  • Page 22: Defrosting

    Defrosting You can also use the oven for defrosting. To defrost select FAN PLUS with a maximum temperature of 50 °C. For defrosting meat and delicate foods, use the lowest possible temperature (25 °C). Please note: – Where possible remove the packaging and put the food to be defrosted on a baking tray or into a dish.

  • Page 23: Cooking

    Cooking Gentle bake We recommend using the following oven settings: GENTLE BAKE is ideal for soufflés and – FAN PLUS gratins which require a crisp top. – CONVENTIONAL Use the first shelf level from the bottom. Cooking containers made of ovenproof Food Temp.

  • Page 24: Automatic Programmes

    Automatic programmes The H 4540 and H 4640 offer a wide range of automatic programmes which are simple to use and designed to help you achieve excellent results every time. Each programme contains information such as cooking function, temperature and duration.

  • Page 25

    Automatic programmes ^ Select the relevant sub-menu for the dish you want to cook (e.g. COOKIES/MUFFINS). ^ Then select what you want to bake (e.g. DROP COOKIES). ^ In the next step you will need to enter cooking information (e.g. with drop cookies you will need to state how many baking trays of cookies you are baking).

  • Page 26: Automatic Programmes

    Automatic programmes Automatic programmes Baked Cakes – Apple (pie, tart, streusel) goods – Gateau – Butter cake – Plaited loaf – Marble cake – Fruit streusel – Sponge cake – Streusel cake – Raisin loaf Cookies/muffins – Muffins – Drop cookies –...

  • Page 27

    Automatic programmes Poultry Goose Chicken Turkey Trout Fish Carp Salmon trout Bakes/Gratin Potato gratin – raw – boiled Lasagne Frozen food Baguettes - topped Pizza – not pre-baked – pre-baked Croquettes Fish pie 400 g – Crisp topping – Creamy topping National French –...

  • Page 28: Notes On Using These Programmes

    Automatic programmes Notes on using these programmes – When using the automatic programmes the recipes provided are designed as an orientation guide only. You can use them for other similar recipes, including those using different quantities. – Allow the oven to cool down to room temperature before you start an Automatic programme.

  • Page 29: Baked Goods / Cakes

    Baked goods / Cakes Apple tart Use one of the following functions: Automatic / Baked goods / Cakes / Serves 12 Apple tart Cake mix: 150 g butter or margarine 150 g sugar 2 tsp vanilla sugar Fan plus 3 eggs Temperature: 150-170°C Juice of half a lemon Shelf level: 1...

  • Page 30: Apple Pie

    Baked goods / Cakes Apple pie 3. Roll the remaining pastry out on a floured surface and place it over the Serves 12 apples. Press the edges and then bake. About 10 minutes before the end, Pastry: brush the surface with a mixture of milk 300 g flour and egg.

  • Page 31: Apple Hazelnut Streusel

    Baked goods / Cakes Apple hazelnut streusel Use one of the following functions: Automatic / Baked goods / Cakes / Serves 12 Apple streusel Base and topping: 200 g butter, melted 350 g flour Intensive bake 1 tsp baking powder Temperature: 160-180°C 150 g sugar Shelf level: 1...

  • Page 32: Sponge Gateau

    Baked goods / Cakes Sponge gateau Use one of the following functions: Automatic / Baked goods / Cakes / Serves 16 Gateau Basic mixture: 4 egg whites 4 tbsp hot water Fan plus 175 g caster sugar Temperature: 150-170°C 4 egg yolks Shelf level: 1 200 g plain flour Duration:...

  • Page 33

    Baked goods / Cakes I. Quark and cream filling II. Cappuccino filling Ingredients: Ingredients: 500 g quark 100 g dark chocolate 100 g caster sugar 6 leaves of white gelatine approx. 100 ml milk 80 ml espresso 2 tsp vanilla sugar 500 ml whipping or double cream 4 tsp vanilla sugar Juice of one lemon...

  • Page 34: Butter Cake

    Baked goods / Cakes Butter cake Use one of the following functions: Automatic / Baked goods / Cakes / Serves 20 Butter cake Cake mix: 400 g flour 40 g soft butter Fan plus 150-200 ml lukewarm milk Temperature: 160-180°C 30 g fresh yeast or 1 1/2 sachets of Shelf level: 1 dried yeast...

  • Page 35: Plaited Loaf

    Baked goods / Cakes Plaited loaf Use one of the following functions: Automatic / Baked goods / Cakes / Serves 16 Plaited loaf 750 g flour 60 g fresh yeast or 3 sachets of dried yeast Fan plus 200-250 ml lukewarm milk Temperature: 150-170°C 100 g sugar Shelf level: 1...

  • Page 36: Marble Cake

    Baked goods / Cakes Marble cake Use one of the following functions: Automatic / Baked goods / Cakes / Serves 18 Marble cake 250 g butter or margarine 200 g sugar 2 tsp vanilla sugar Fan plus 4 eggs Temperature: 150-170°C 4 tbsp rum Shelf level: 1 500 g flour...

  • Page 37: Fresh Fruit Cake

    Baked goods / Cakes Fresh fruit cake 4. Rub the topping ingredients by hand until you get a crumbly texture, and Serves 20 scatter over the fruit. Place in the oven at 50°C for 30 minutes to rise again, Cake mix: and then bake.

  • Page 38: Apricot Streusel

    Baked goods / Cakes Apricot streusel Use one of the following functions: Automatic / Baked goods / Cakes / Serves 20 Fruit streusel Base: 200 g quark 6 tbsp milk Fan plus 8 tbsp oil Temperature: 150-170°C 1 egg Shelf level: 1 100 g sugar Duration: 30-45 minutes 2 tsp vanilla sugar...

  • Page 39: Madiera Cake

    Baked goods / Cakes Madiera cake Use one of the following functions: Automatic / Baked goods / Cakes / Serves 12 Sponge cake 200 g butter 200 g sugar 4 eggs Fan plus Juice and zest of one lemon Temperature: 150-170°C 125 g corn flour Shelf level: 1 125 g flour...

  • Page 40: Streusel Cake

    Baked goods / Cakes Streusel cake 3. Beat together the sugar and egg until creamy, then stir in the quark, corn flour Serves 16 and lemon juice. Spread this mixture over the cake base. Base: 450 g flour 4. Rub the ingredients for the topping 30 g fresh yeast or 1 1/2 sachets of together until you get a coarse, crumbly texture.

  • Page 41: Raisin Loaf

    Baked goods / Cakes Raisin loaf Use one of the following functions: Automatic / Baked goods / Cakes / Serves 8 Raisin loaf Cake mix: 250 g flour 20 g fresh yeast or 1 sachet of dried Fan plus yeast Temperature: 150-170°C 10 g sugar Shelf level: 1...

  • Page 42: Baked Goods / Cakes

    Baked goods / Cakes Chocolate cherry muffins Use one of the following functions: Automatic / Baked goods / Cookies - Serves 12 Muffins / Muffins / with fruit Cake mix: 100 g mocha or bitter chocolate 100 g butter Fan plus 3 eggs Temperature: 150-170°C 80 g icing sugar...

  • Page 43: Walnut Muffins

    Baked goods / Cakes Walnut muffins Use one of the following functions: Automatic / Baked goods / Cookies - Serves 9 Muffins / Muffins / without fruit 100 g raisins 5 tbsp rum 150 g butter Fan plus 150 g sugar Temperature: 150-170°C 2 tsp vanilla sugar Shelf level: 1...

  • Page 44: Drop Cookies

    Baked goods / Cakes Drop cookies Vanilla biscuits Makes 50 Makes 90 160 g butter 280 g flour 50 g brown sugar 210 g butter 50 g icing sugar 70 g sugar 2 tsp vanilla sugar 100 g ground almonds A pinch of salt For dredging the biscuits: 1 egg white...

  • Page 45: Choux Buns

    Baked goods / Cakes Choux buns 5. Beat the cream and vanilla sugar with the caster sugar until stiff peaks Serves 12 are formed. Stir in the drained mandarins, raspberries or strawberries 250 ml water and then fill the puffs. 50 g butter or margarine A pinch of salt Use one of the following functions:...

  • Page 46: Baked Goods / Bread

    Baked goods / Bread Bacon or herb baguettes Use one of the following functions: Automatic / Baked goods / Bread / Serves 20 Baguette 250 g white flour 250 g whole-grain flour 1 sachet dried yeast Fan plus 1 tsp sugar Temperature: 170-190°C 2 tsp salt Shelf level: 1...

  • Page 47: Flat Bread

    Baked goods / Bread Flat bread Use one of the following functions: Automatic / Baked goods / Bread / Flat Serves 12 bread 375 g flour 42 g or fresh yeast or 2 sachets dried yeast Fan plus 1/2 tsp salt Temperature: 170-190°C 200-220 ml lukewarm water or butter Shelf level: 1...

  • Page 48: Baked Goods / Pizza

    Quantities given are for 1 x 30 cm C One, 30 cm C pizza serves 2 pizza: Double all quantities for tray-baked pizza using the Miele One tray baked pizza serves 4 baking tray. Quark and oil based pizza dough Sufficient for 1 x 30 cm C pizza: –...

  • Page 49

    Baked goods / Pizza Method: Use one of the following functions: 1. Quark and oil based pizza dough: Automatic / Baked goods / Pizza Mix the quark, milk, oil, salt and egg A tray baked pizza takes about 5 yolk. Sieve together the flour and minutes longer than a C 30 cm pizza baking powder, and fold half into the quark mixture, then knead in the rest of...

  • Page 50: Meat / Veal

    Meat / Veal Pot roast veal Use one of the following functions: Automatic / Meat / Veal / Veal roast Serves 6 With meat dishes you have to enter 1000 g veal joint (leg or prime cut) a weight. If you want to roast more Salt and pepper than one piece of meat at a time 2 tsp paprika...

  • Page 51: Roast Knuckle Of Veal

    Meat / Veal Roast knuckle of veal Use one of the following functions: Automatic / Meat / Veal / Veal shank Serves 5 1 joint of veal (shank, approx. 1800 g) Salt and freshly ground black pepper Auto roast 40 g melted butter Temperature: 170-190°C 2 carrots, quartered Shelf level: 1...

  • Page 52: Meat / Lamb

    Meat / Lamb Leg of lamb Use one of the following functions: Automatic / Meat / Lamb / Leg of lamb Serves 6 1 leg of lamb (approx. 1500 g) Salt and pepper Auto roast 3 tsp herbes de Provence Temperature: 170-190°C 2 cloves of garlic Shelf level: 1...

  • Page 53: Rack Of Lamb Baked In A Mustard And Herb Crust

    Meat / Lamb Rack of lamb baked in a 5. Carve the herb crust lengthways, and carefully cut the meat from the mustard and herb crust bone with a sharp knife. Serves 6 Use one of the following functions: 1200 g rack of lamb, including bones Automatic / Meat / Lamb / Rack of Salt and pepper lamb...

  • Page 54: Meat / Beef

    Meat / Beef Roast beef Use one of the following functions: Automatic / Meat / Beef / Roast Serves 6 With meat dishes you have to enter 1000 g joint of beef a weight. If you want to roast more Salt and pepper than one piece of meat at a time 1 tbsp grainy mustard...

  • Page 55: Braised Beef

    Meat / Beef Braised beef Use one of the following functions: Automatic / Meat / Beef / Braised Serves 6 With meat dishes you have to enter 1000 g beef (brisket or silverside) a weight. If you want to roast more Salt, pepper and paprika than one piece of meat at a time 1 onion, diced...

  • Page 56: Meat / Pork

    Meat / Pork Roast ham Use one of the following functions: Automatic / Meat / Pork / Roast ham or Serves 6 Prime cut 1000 g ham joint With meat dishes you have to enter Salt, pepper and paprika a weight. If you want to roast more 1 tsp mustard than one piece of meat at a time 30 g butter or margarine...

  • Page 57: Game

    Game Haunch of hare Use one of the following functions: Automatic / Game / Haunch of hare Serves 2 2 haunches of hare (750 g) 500 ml buttermilk Auto roast Salt and pepper Temperature: 180-200°C 6 juniper berries Shelf level: 1 2 bay leaves Duration: 50-60 minutes 50 g streaky bacon in slices...

  • Page 58: Saddle Of Hare

    Game Saddle of hare Use one of the following functions: Automatic / Game / Saddle of hare Serves 2 With meat dishes you have to enter 1 saddle of hare (approx. 750 g) a weight. If you want to roast more Salt and pepper than one piece of meat at a time 50 g streaky bacon...

  • Page 59: Saddle Of Venison / Roebuck

    Game Saddle of venison / roebuck 3. Blend the juices from the meat and the rest of the red wine, crème fraîche Serves 6 and water, and thicken with some corn flour paste. Carve the meat, and place 2000 g saddle of venison or roebuck on a serving dish.

  • Page 60: Poultry

    Poultry Roast goose Use one of the following functions: Automatic / Poultry / Goose / Roasting Serves 6 1 oven-ready goose (approx. 4000 g) N.B. Enter the weight of the goose Salt before it is stuffed. 250 ml double cream, sour cream or crème fraîche Corn flour Method:...

  • Page 61: Roast Chicken

    Poultry Roast chicken Use one of the following functions: Automatic programme / Poultry / Serves 2 Chicken / Roast pan, no lid 1 chicken (approx. 1000 g) If roasting more than one chicken at Salt, paprika, curry powder a time, enter the weight of the 5 tbsp oil or 50 melted butter largest bird.

  • Page 62: Stuffed Roast Turkey

    Poultry Stuffed roast turkey 4. When ready, place the bird on a serving dish, cover and leave to stand Serves 8 for a while. To make the gravy: blend the juices from the meat with water, and 1 oven-ready turkey (approx. 3500 g) the rest of the cream or crème fraîche, Salt and thicken slightly with corn flour...

  • Page 63: Fish

    Fish Trout Method: I. Salt the inside of the trout and place Serves 4 in a fish kettle or long, narrow container. Pour the hot water and vinegar over, I. Blue trout 4 trout (each weighing 250 g, ready to and cover.

  • Page 64: Hungarian Carp

    Fish Hungarian carp Use one of the following functions: Automatic / Fish / Carp Serves 6 1 oven-ready carp (1500 g) Juice of one lemon Auto Roast Salt Temperature: 160-180°C 150 g streaky bacon, diced Shelf level: 1 2 onions, diced Duration: 50-55 minutes 125 ml fish stock 250 g sour cream or crème fraîche...

  • Page 65: Salmon Trout

    Fish Salmon trout Use one of the following functions: Automatic / Fish / Salmon trout Serves 10 1 salmon trout (approx. 1200 g) Salt, white pepper Fan plus Temperature: 160-180°C 30 g butter Shelf level: 1 Extra strong aluminium foil Duration: 45-55 minutes Method: 1.

  • Page 66: Bakes/gratin

    Bakes/Gratin Potato gratin with a mustard Use one of the following functions: sauce Automatic / Bakes/Gratin / Potato gratin / Potatoes, boiled Serves 4 800 g potatoes Salt and pepper Fan plus 1 onion, finely diced Temperature: 170-190°C 1 clove of garlic, finely diced Shelf level: 1 30 g butter Duration: 50-60 minutes...

  • Page 67: Potato Cheese Bake

    Bakes/Gratin Potato cheese bake Use one of the following functions: Automatic / Bakes/Gratin / Potato Serves 4 gratin / Potatoes, raw 500 g peeled, floury potatoes 250 ml double cream 125 g crème fraîche Fan plus 150 g grated Gouda or Cheddar cheese Temperature: 160-180°C 1 clove of garlic Shelf level: 1...

  • Page 68: Swiss Style Potato Gratin

    Bakes/Gratin Swiss style potato gratin Use one of the following functions: Automatic / Bakes/Gratin / Potato Serves 4 gratin / Potatoes, raw 200 g shallots or onions, diced 20 g butter 750 g potatoes Fan plus 100 g grated Gruyère cheese Temperature: 170-190°C 100 ml white wine Shelf level: 1...

  • Page 69: Salmon Lasagne

    Bakes/Gratin Salmon lasagne Use one of the following functions: Automatic / Bakes/Gratin / Lasagne Serves 4 400 g lightly smoked or fresh salmon, thinly sliced Fan plus Approx. 12 sheets of lasagne, not Temperature: 150-170°C pre-cooked Shelf level: 1 2 onions, diced Duration: 40-50 minutes 20 g butter 2 tbsp flour...

  • Page 70: Porcini Lasagne

    + pre-heating minute or so, then add the tomatoes. Season with salt, pepper and basil. When using one of the Miele Gourmet Non-vegetarians can add 100 g diced, oven dishes to make lasagne, you will cooked ham or bacon to the mushroom need to increase the quantities.

  • Page 71: Vegetable Lasagne

    Bakes/Gratin Vegetable lasagne 4. Heat the margarine over the hob and gradually add the flour and the milk, Serves 6 stirring all the time to make the sauce. Bring to the boil and season with salt, 2-3 red peppers pepper and nutmeg. 2-3 yellow peppers 1 courgette 5.

  • Page 72: Asparagus Lasagne

    Bakes/Gratin Asparagus lasagne 3. Place 3 sheets of lasagne in the bottom of an oven-proof dish. Spread Serves 6 about 1/3 of the sauce over the lasagne, then arrange half of the 1000 g asparagus tips asparagus on top. Scatter over half of 9 lasagne sheets, not pre-cooked the cheese.

  • Page 73: Mushroom Lasagne

    Bakes/Gratin Mushroom lasagne Use one of the following functions: Automatic / Bakes/Gratin / Lasagne Serves 6 15 lasagne sheets, not pre-cooked 400 g diced Gorgonzola cheese Fan plus 1500 g sliced mushrooms Temperature: 170-190°C 3 tbsp chopped parsley Shelf level: 1 150 g grated Parmesan cheese, or Duration: 40-50 minutes 250 g grated Cheddar cheese...

  • Page 74: Frozen Food

    Frozen food Baguettes, topped Automatic / Frozen food / Baguettes, topped Follow the instructions in the display. Pizza Automatic / Frozen food / Pizza Select "pre-baked" or "not pre-baked". Follow the instructions in the display. Croquettes Automatic / Frozen food / Croquettes Follow the instructions in the display.

  • Page 75: National Dishes / French

    National dishes / French Open apple tart Use one of the following functions: Automatic / National dishes / French / Serves 12 Apple tart Base: If using the Automatic programme, 200 g flour you will need to add the caramel or 100 g butter the filling at the very beginning.

  • Page 76: Ratatouille

    National dishes / French Ratatouille Use one of the following functions: Automatic / National dishes / French / Serves 6 - 8 Ratatouille 5 tbsp oil 2 onions, diced 1 clove of garlic, finely diced Fan plus 2 red, 2 green and 2 yellow peppers Temperature: 170-190°C 6 tomatoes Shelf level: 1...

  • Page 77: National Dishes / Greek

    National dishes / Greek Aubergine moussaka 4. Arrange half of the aubergines in the bottom of an oven-proof dish (32 x 22 Serves 6 cm) and then add the meat mixture. Add the rest of the aubergines. Mix the 1250 g aubergines egg yolk and about 2/3 of the cheese 50 ml olive oil into the Béchamel sauce.

  • Page 78: Spinach In Filo Pastry (spanakopita)

    National dishes / Greek Spinach in filo pastry 5. Use a knife to divide the dish into about 30 portions. (SPANAKOPITA) Use one of the following functions: Serves 30 Automatic / National dishes / Greek / 1200 g fresh spinach Olive bread 5 onions 100 g leeks...

  • Page 79: Olive Bread

    National dishes / Greek Olive bread Use one of the following functions: Automatic / National dishes / Greek / Serves 12 Olive bread 450 g flour 2 sachets dried yeast 150 ml white wine Fan plus 50 ml olive oil Temperature: 160-180°C 100 g ham, finely diced Shelf level: 1...

  • Page 80: National Dishes / Austrian

    National dishes / Austrian Guglhupf 3. Leave to prove at room temperature for 30 minutes, or in the oven set at Serves 16 50°C for about 15 minutes. The dough should double in size. Bake until 60 g butter golden. 50 g sugar 1 egg 4.

  • Page 81: Chocolate Sponge

    National dishes / Austrian Chocolate sponge puddings Use one of the following functions: Automatic / National dishes / Austrian / Serves 7 Choc sponge 70 g butter 70 g sugar 4 egg yolks Fan plus 70 g dark chocolate, melted Temperature: 140-160°C 70 g ground almonds Shelf level: 1...

  • Page 82: National Dishes / Swiss

    National dishes / Swiss Fillet of pork en croûte Use one of the following functions: Automatic / National dishes / Swiss / Serves 4 Fillet en croûte 2 pork fillets (each 300 g) Salt, pepper and paprika 50 g butter Fan plus 75 g streaky bacon, diced Temperature: 180-200°C...

  • Page 83: Swiss Apple Cake

    National dishes / Swiss Swiss apple cake 3. Pour over the rest of the sauce, scatter with flaked almonds and bake. Serves 12 4. Serve warm with fresh cream. Pastry: 125 g flour Use one of the following functions: 1 sachet dried yeast Automatic / National dishes / Swiss / 15 g sugar Swiss apple cake...

  • Page 84: National Dishes / Spanish

    National dishes / Spanish Seabream baked in salt Use one of the following functions: Automatic / National dishes / Spanish / Serves 2 Seabream 1 seabream (800 g) 3000 g coarse salt Approx. 200 ml water Auto roast 2 tbsp oil Temperature: 180-200°C Sauce: Shelf level: 1...

  • Page 85: Rabbit In A Mustard Sauce

    National dishes / Spanish Rabbit in a mustard sauce Use one of the following functions: Automatic / National dishes / Spanish / Serves 4 - 6 Rabbit 1300 g rabbit (saddle or haunch) Salt and freshly ground black pepper 3 tbsp Dijon mustard Fan plus 100 g bacon, diced Temperature: 170-190°C...

  • Page 88

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