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Preheating
the Oven
Place oven racks in desired position before heating the
oven.
Preheat the oven when using the Bake, Convection
Bake, Convection
Multi-Rack,
Pizza, Broil, and Warm
modes.
Allow oven to preheat while
preparing recipe
ingredients
or food items.
Setting a higher temperature
does not shorten preheat
time.
Once oven is preheated,
place food in the oven as
quickly as possible to minimize
the loss of heat and
reduction
of oven temperature.
Preheat
Reminders
Your oven has one of the fastest preheat times in the
market
using a concealed
bake element. The lower
element
is hidden under the oven bottom.
It is normal that
the preheat time is different than your previous
oven that
had an exposed
element on the bottom.
Cleaning the oven is easier because
there is no
cleaning around a coil element showing
on the bottom
of the oven. The hidden lower element
is protected
from food soils and spills. Wiping
up excess spills is
easy.
Preheating
is not necessary
for meats, poultry,
casseroles
and frozen foods.
Preheat time will be longer when the electrical
supply
to your house is less than 240 volts.
Increasing
the oven temperature
will require a longer
preheat time. For example, the preheat time for 425 ° F
is longer than the preheat time for 3503 F.
When broiling, preheat the oven 3-4 minutes. Do not
preheat for more than 5 minutes.
For Best Results
Use the cooking
recommendations
as a guide.
Open the door as briefly as possible to avoid
temperature
reduction.
Use the interior oven light to view the food through the
oven window
rather than opening
the door frequently.
Use the Timer to keep track of cooking times.
Baking
Pans and Dishes
Glass baking dishes absorb heat. Follow
manufacturers'
recommendations.
Use pans that provide the desired browning.
For
tender, light, golden-brown
crusts,
use light, shiny,
metal bakeware.
Dark, rough or dull pans (nonstick
or anodized) will
absorb heat and result in a browner, crisper crust.
Some manufacturers
recommend
reducing the
temperature
25 °F when using this type of pan. Follow
manufacturers'
recommendations.
Insulated cookie sheets or bakeware
will increase the
length of cooking time.
Do not set any heavy object on the open oven door.
Do not keep empty
pans or pizza stones in the oven
during cooking as this could change the cooking
performance.
Store the pans outside the oven.
High Altitude
Baking
When cooking at high altitudes,
recipes and cooking
times will vary.
For accurate information,
write the Extension Service,
Colorado State University,
Fort Collins,
Colorado
80521. There may be a cost for the guides. Specify
which high altitude food preparation
guide you prefer:
general information,
cakes, cookies, breads, etc.
Condensation
It is normal for a certain amount of moisture
to
evaporate
from the food during any cooking
process.
The amount depends on the moisture
content of the
food. The moisture
may condense
on any surface
cooler than the inside of the oven, such as the control
panel.
Temperature
Range
by Cooking
Mode
Mode
Lowest
Highest
Bake
100
550
Roast
100
550
Broil (Low, High)
450
550
Warm
150
225
Proof
85
125
Convection
Bake*
100
550
Convection
Multi-Rack
100
550
Convection
Roast
100
550
Pizza*
100
550
Convection
Broil* (Low, High)
450
550
* Some models only
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