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KH 1108
MICROWAVE OVEN WITH GRILL

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Status 03/2004 · Ident.-No.: 1108-032004-1_GB Kompernaß Handelsgesellschaft mbH · Burgstraße 21 · D-44867 Bochum (Germany)

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Microwave Oven with Grill KH 1108                

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Introduction / Contents Please read these instructions carefully before SERIAL NUMBER: installing and starting your microwave oven. Please note the SERIAL NUMBER which can be found on the type plate of your microwave oven into the adjacent field and store this information for later. Safety Notes 1 • PRECAUTIONARY MEASURES TO PREVENT POSSIBLE EXCESSIVE CONTACT WITH MICROWAVE ENERGY ................................................ Page 05 IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTES ..............................

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Safety Notes PRECAUTIONARY MEASURES TO PREVENT EXCESSIVE CONTACT 1 WITH MICROWAVE ENERGY • Do not attempt to operate this microwave oven • To minimise the risk of fire in the microwave: with an opened door since operating the microwave Keep an eye on the microwave at all times when oven with an open door can lead to being exposed heating food in plastic or paper containers since the to hazardous microwaves. It is important not to materials may ignite. break open or manipulate the safety l

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Technical Notes • To function properly the oven requires sufficient air TECHNICAL INFORMATION 3 circulation. Allow for 20 cm of space above the oven, and 10 cm behind, and to the sides 5 cm Power: 230 V~50 Hz, respectively. 800 W (microwave) • Do not cover or block any openings of the appliance. 1000 W (grill) Do not remove the microwave's feet. Actual frequency: 2450 MHz • Do not operate the oven unless the glass turntable, External dimensions: 295 (H), 458 (W), rotating ring, and driv

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Technical Notes RADIO INTERFERENCE GUIDELINE ON COOKING DISHES Operating the microwave can lead to interference The ideal material for a microwave oven is with your radio, television or similar equipment. microwave permeable, i.e. it allows energy to pass In the event of such interference the following through the container in order to heat the food. measures can help reduce or eliminate such Only use a temperature sensor recommended for interference: this oven. Microwaves can not permeate m

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Parts and Control Panel DESIGNATION OF PARTS CONTROL PANEL 4  MENU MODE DISPLAY  Heater Cooking time, power, mode and time are displayed.  Glass plate  Vent  NUMBER FIELDS  Control panel Set time, cooking time or weight. Press the  Metal base / grill respective number fields.  Safety door lock  Drive shaft  QUICK SELECT  Rotating ring Prompt pre-set quick programming – for cooking  Oven window conventional foods. Safety door lock :  CLOCK Pull the handle to open the door. Opening

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Operation GRILL OPERATION 5 Caution - you could get burned! When the GRILL function is used, the inside of the microwave oven can become very hot. A signal is heard every time when touching the Always wear oven gloves whenever you touch hot button which confirms the contact or the choice foods or dishes or take them out of the microwave of programme. oven. The grill function is useful mainly for thinly sliced SETTING THE CLOCK meat, steaks, meat balls, shashlik, sausages or Press CLOCK 

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Operation Enter the food's weight: MULTI STAGE COOKING The weight parameters are needed to determine The appliance can be programmed as such that the required cooking time. When pressing the several functions are performed subsequently. symbol buttons once or several times, the display Example: To set the following programme: indicates a number of pre-set weight parameters 1. QUICK DEFROST; (for beverages and complete main courses the 2. Cooking in the microwave; number of portions). As soon a

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Operation / Cleaning Extend the cooking time during running operation CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE by pressing this button. 6 Before cleaning, disconnect the microwave and remove the plug from the outlet. CHILD SAFETY LOCK • Keep the inside of the microwave clean at all times. This setting prevents the unsupervised operation • If food spatters or spilled fluids line the inside walls of the oven by small children. of the microwave, remove with a damp cloth. The display shows lock and the appl

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Disposal / Warranty DISPOSAL WARRANTY 7 8 The packaging is wholly composed of environ- This piece of equipment is covered by a 3-year mentally-friendly materials that can be disposed warranty as of the date of purchase. The equipment of at a local recycling centre. was produced with the greatest of care and under- went thorough testing before delivery. In the unlikely Please contact your local council office to find event of detecting a functional defect, please return out about disposal facil

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Defrosting The microwave is an ideal device for defrosting frozen foods quickly 9 and evenly. The power output, defrosting and standing time settings must be selected to suit the consistency and quantity of the food to be defrosted. Microwaves always penetrate food from the outside and move towards Freezing and the inside. Therefore the middle parts of particularly large pieces of food should not be fully defrosted as in doing this the outside layers may be defrosting – burned. how it’s done

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Cooking A suitable bowl or dish with a lid must always be used to cook foods in a 10 microwave where nothing to the contrary is indicated. The information on cooking relates to food at domestic refrigerator temperature. First of all, defrost the food before cooking. Note: the defrosting time can be between Cooking – 5 and 15 minutes for frozen vegetables (-18°C, approx. 300-450 g). Observe the instructions on the packaging. Prepare the vegetables by how it’s done … washing and cleaning them.

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Grilling Always use the metal stand  where grilling is called for. In addition, 11 a heat resistant plate must be placed under the stand. The plate is there to catch the juices, fat, stock and cooking debris given off by the food. The grill function is intended for thin slices of meat, fish, rissoles, Grilling – shashlyks, sausages or chicken pieces. Slices of toast or toasted bread rolls can be made using the grill (please refer to the TIPS section) as well how it’s done … as covered toast

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Tips You can also use your microwave as a kitchen clock - accurate to the 12 minute – without having the microwave or grill in operation. The delay function allows you to use the clock like an alarm clock. Take note of the Your microwave current time and enter the following information to tell the microwave the desired time to switch on. Press PRESET , enter the time to switch as a kitchen clock on the microwave using the NUMERIC KEYS  and press the START button . The digital display fla

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Recipe suggestions Ingredients for 4 portions: 13 300 g onions, 30 g butter, salt, white pepper, 500 ml instant meat stock, 125 ml dry white wine, 2 slices of toast, 2 slices of immature Gouda cheese Onion soup Preparation: Peel the onions and slice them into rings. Place them in microwave-suitable with cheese dish with the butter and pepper. Add the meat stock, then cover and cook for approx. 10 minutes at 1200 watts. Add white wine to taste. Cut the toast into little cubes. Pour the onion so

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Recipe suggestions Ingredients: Macaroni 150 g macaroni, 500 ml water, 1 teaspoonful (TS) salt, 1 onion, 1 clove of garlic, 20 g butter, 300 g minced meat (e.g. half pork/half beef), 1 packet tomato puree with herbs (approx. 350 g), minced meat 400 g broccoli, 4 DS water, 1 tub soured cream (200 g), 150 g slices semi-mature Gouda, soufflé seasoning: salt, pepper with broccoli Preparation: Place 500 ml water with 1 teaspoonful of salt in a microwave-suitable bowl with a lid and bring it to th

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Recipe suggestions Ingredients: Chicken 1 chicken (approx. 1000 g), 300 g mushrooms, 500 g asparagus, 250 ml meat stock, 100 ml cream, 2 packets white sauce (instant), 1 DS white wine, fricassee seasoning: salt, pepper, nutmeg Preparation: Sprinkle the chicken with salt and place it in a microwave-suitable dish. Cover and cook at 1200 watts for approx. 15 minutes. Clean and halve the mushrooms, peel the asparagus and cut into 2 to 3 cm long pieces. Remove the skin and de-bone the cooked chick

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Recipe suggestions Ingredients: White sauce 40 g flour, 30 g butter, 250 ml instant stock, 250 ml milk seasoning: salt, white pepper, sugar Preparation: Place the flour, butter, the hot stock and milk in a microwave-suitable bowl, mix them well and cook for approx. 3 minutes at full power (1200 watt), stirring briskly from time to time. Then cook for a further 3 minutes at only 480 watts. Stir again and season to taste. Ingredients: Vanilla sauce 250 ml milk, pith from 1/2 vanilla pod, 1 tub cr


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