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Oven Functions Table - KitchenAid KOMP 6610 Manual

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Oven functions table

Function
Rapid heating
Static
Grill/Turbogrill
Air heated
Special functions
Settings
Autocleaning
Professional bread baking function
Professional cake baking function
Professional roasting function
Pre-set
Adjustable
temperature
temperature
200°C
50°C - 250°C
200°C
50°C - 250°C
3
1-5
160°C
50°C - 250°C
Function description
To pre-heat the oven quickly.
When the set temperature is reached, the function automatically
turns off and a signal is emitted to indicate the automatic change
of the oven to STATIC function.
To cook meat, fish and poultry on the middle shelf.
Pre-heat the oven to the required temperature and put in the
food when the signal sounds indicating the oven is now at the
required temperature.
To grill chops, kebabs, sausages, cook vegetables au gratin
and brown bread. The GRILL function can be adjusted from 1 to
5 for different power levels. Pre-heat the oven for 3-5 mins.
The oven door must stay shut when cooking. When cooking
meat, pour a little water into a dripping pan placed on the first
shelf, to reduce the smoke and fat splatters. Turn the food during
cooking.
To grill large pieces of meat (roast beef, roasts).
The TURBOGRILL function can be adjusted from 1 to 5 for
different levels of heat. Pre-heat the oven for 3-5 mins.
The oven door must stay shut when cooking. When cooking
meat, pour a little water into a drip tray placed on the first shelf,
to reduce the smoke and fat splatters. You should turn the meat
when cooking.
To cook the food that requires the same cooking temperature
without preheating, on one or more shelves
(e.g.: fish, vegetables, cakes).
See the programme sheet (below).
See the programme sheet (below).
See the programme sheet (below).
See the programme sheet (below).
See the programme sheet (below).
See the programme sheet (below).
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