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Crisp; Broil - KitchenAid KBHV109 Use & Care Manual

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The Crisp feature uses the broil element and microwaves to crisp
and brown foods. Crisp can be used to saute meats and
vegetables, pan-fry bacon and eggs, and to crisp and brown
pizza and cheese sandwiches. Always use the crisper pan. See
the "Crisper Pan and Handle" section before using.
To Crisp:
Before Crisping, brush crisper pan with 1/2 tsp (3 mL) of oil or
spray with nonstick cooking spray. Arrange food on crisper pan,
and place pan on turntable.
1. Touch CRISP.
2. Touch the number pads to enter a length of time to cook in
minutes and seconds. The time can be set up to 90 minutes.
3. Touch START.
The "USE PAN" prompt will appear in the upper oven display
for 4 seconds, then the display will count down the cook
time.
Time may be added during cooking by touching EASY
MINUTE ( START).
When the cycle ends, "End" will appear in the display, 4 end-
of-cycle tones will sound, and then reminder tones will sound
every minute.
4. Touch UPPER OVEN CANCEL or CANCEL OFF or open the
door to clear the display.
The "USE PAN" prompt may be disabled by touching and holding
the number pad "2" for 5 seconds. Repeat to re-enable.
CRISPING CHART
Times are approximate and may be adjusted for individual tastes.
FOOD
COOK TIME
Pizza, refrigerated
or fresh
12" (30 cm)
9 min
9" (23 cm)
7 min
Puff Pastry Fruit
10-12 min
Turnovers, 4 Frozen
Turkey Breast,
10-12 min per
boneless
1 lb (454 g)
20

Crisp

PREPARATION
Sprinkle crisper pan
with corn meal. Add
additional time for
thick crust and reduce
time for thin crust.
Place turkey in center
of crisper pan. Internal
temperature should be
170°F (77°C).
The Broil feature uses the broil element to cook and brown 1 to
4 small pieces of food at a time. Always use the broiling grid. The
Crisper Pan may be used with the Broil function to catch
drippings from the food. See "Grids" section before using.
A
B
C
A. Broil element
B. Broiling grid
C. Crisper pan
Avoid opening the door often.
For even browning, turn food over halfway through cooking.
Before Broiling:
The turntable hub must be removed to prevent the turntable from
rotating during broiling. See "Turntable" section for hub location.
Remove the turntable, lift out the hub, and then replace the
turntable on the support. The turntable must be in place during
broiling, but it should not rotate.
To Broil:
1. Preheat the broil element by touching BROIL and setting a
broil time of 2-3 minutes.
2. After preheating, place food on the grid and position the grid
on the turntable so that all of the food is directly under the
broil element.
3. Touch BROIL.
4. Touch the number pads to enter a length of time to broil in
minutes and seconds, up to 90 minutes.
5. Touch START.
The "USE GRID" prompt will appear in the upper oven display
for 4 seconds, then the display will count down the cook
time.
Time may be added during cooking by touching EASY
MINUTE (START).
When the cycle ends, "End" will appear in the display, 4 end-
of-cycle tones will sound, and then reminder tones will sound
every minute.
6. Touch UPPER OVEN CANCEL or CANCEL OFF or open the
door to clear the display.
The "USE GRID" prompt may be disabled by touching and
holding the number pad "2" for 5 seconds. Repeat to re-enable.
BROILING CHART
Times are approximate and may be adjusted for individual tastes.
FOOD
COOK TIME
Garlic Toast or
2 to 3 min
Open Face
Sandwiches
Steaks, 2 top
Medium doneness
sirloin, 3/4" (2 cm)
Side 1: 10 min
thick, 8 oz (227 g)
Side 2: 8 min
portions

Broil

PREPARATION
Trim excess fat and
score edges. Let
stand 1 min before
serving.

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