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GE 169014 User Manual

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Congratulations!

Enjoy rotisserie cooking at home in just a few, easy steps with your new GE
®
Horizontal Rotisserie.
We've done everything we can to make rotisserie cooking a breeze. Our instruction
manual is designed to give you helpful information on operating your new
GE Horizontal Rotisserie.
Your GE Horizontal Rotisserie:
• Seals in natural juices while unwanted fats drip away.
• Cooks chicken to be moist and flavorful inside, crispy and golden brown outside.
• Fits two chickens.
• Evenly browns and cooks a wide variety of foods to perfection.
• Provides an enclosed cooking environment with see-through door.
• Cleans up easily with dishwasher-safe components
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  • Page 1: Congratulations

    Congratulations! Enjoy rotisserie cooking at home in just a few, easy steps with your new GE ® Horizontal Rotisserie. We’ve done everything we can to make rotisserie cooking a breeze. Our instruction manual is designed to give you helpful information on operating your new GE Horizontal Rotisserie.
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Congratulations ........... . . 2 Table of Contents .
  • Page 3: Important Safeguards

    IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS When using electrical appliances, to reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, and/or injury to persons, basic safety precautions should always be followed, including the following: • Read all instructions carefully. • To unplug, grip plug and pull from wall outlet.
  • Page 4 SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS! CONSUMER SAFETY INFORMATION READ THE FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING THIS UNIT FOR THE FIRST TIME. THIS UNIT IS FOR HOUSEHOLD USE ONLY. To reduce the risk of electrical shock, this appliance has a polarized plug (one blade is wider than the other).
  • Page 5: Using Your Rotisserie Safely

    USING YOUR ROTISSERIE SAFELY Before Use • Read all instructions carefully. • Make sure to remove all foreign matter from the drip tray. • Peel off static label from the door, if present. • Plug the Rotisserie into a properly wired outlet. Where To Use •...
  • Page 6: Features Of Your Rotisserie

    FEATURES OF YOUR ROTISSERIE Adjustable Forks 1. Rotisserie Unit 2. Drip Tray 3. Food Basket and Cover 4. Heat Reflector 5. Spit Assembly...
  • Page 7: Instructions For Use

    Instructions for Use 1. Be sure unit is unplugged before starting. Clean all parts and accessories with warm, soapy water. Rinse well and dry thoroughly. 2. Rotisserie should be placed at least 8 inches from walls and should not be positioned under cabinets.
  • Page 8 firmly hold spit, place loaded spit into unit by matching fixed wheel with gear to rotisserie gear located on the right side of the unit. 13. If BBQ sauce is desired, it can be applied to the meat or poultry by gently brushing on with a basting brush after cooking process.
  • Page 9: Using Basket Accessory

    USING BASKET ACCESSORY 1. Make sure unit is unplugged before starting and is positioned at least 8 inches from walls and is not beneath cabinets. 2. Be sure that the basket has been washed and dried before using. Use warm, soapy water to wash and clean basket.
  • Page 10 14. While using protective gloves or oven mitts, open glass door and remove drip tray from unit. (Be very careful: contents of drip tray are extremely hot.) 15. Position a plate or platter beneath the basket and carefully lift platter or plate until basket is free from gearing, then carefully remove platter with basket, securing basket with one hand.
  • Page 11: Cooking Times

    MINIMUM COOKING TIMES, based on test averages. Cooking times do vary because of differences in meat, shape, size and the amount of fat and bone. When cooking with the GE Rotisserie, use a meat thermometer – it takes the guesswork ®...
  • Page 12: Rotisserie Cooking Chart

    ROASTING GUIDE Food Weight Approx. Roasting Time Internal Temp POULTRY Chicken (whole) 3-1/2-4-1/2 lbs. 20 mins./lb. 180°F Chicken (pieces) with bones 2-3-1/2 lbs. 20 mins./lb. breast: 170°F 20 mins./lb. legs/thighs: 180°F boneless 1-1-1/2 lbs. 30 mins./lb. breast: 170°F legs/thighs: 180°F Cornish Hen 2-3 hens 20 mins./lb.
  • Page 13: Carving Tips

    Carving Tips Carving Poultry On a carving board, arrange the chicken or other poultry on its back with the legs to the right. Remove string or twine used to bind legs and wings for cooking. Starting at the side facing the carver, cut the leg off body by grasping the leg with your left hand pulling gently while cutting through the meat and the joint at the thigh.
  • Page 14: Cleaning And Caring For Your Rotisserie

    Care and Cleaning • Be sure to clean Rotisserie and accessories before first use. • Make sure no packaging material is caught inside on the heating element. • After using Rotisserie, always allow unit to cool completely before cleaning. • Do not use any chemicals or solvents for cleaning the unit or the accessories. You may damage the unit or protective coating.
  • Page 15: Warranty Information

    Customer Assistance If you have a claim under this warranty, please call our Customer Assistance Number. For faster service please have model, series, and type numbers ready for operator to assist you. These numbers can be found on the bottom of your Rotisserie. MODEL: _________________ TYPE: _______________ SERIES: _________________ Customer Assistance Number 1-877-207-0923 Keep this number for future reference!
  • Page 16 Rotisserie Item Stock Number 169014 UPC: 681131690140 www.gehousewares.com For Product Service, Call Customer Assistance at 1-877-207-0923 169014 • 681131690140...