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ADHOC’S - 3066
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the hot water. • Check that the power supply voltage corresponds to that shown on the appliance (alternating current). • Do not use the appliance if: .5L capacity and 1 hour 13. On indicator light 17. Always unplug the appliance: . away from any water splashes. rice bowl and steam baskets. • • • • • • • • 4 . built-in egg holder Steam basket n° 2 Steam basket n° 1 1 L capacity rice bowl (depending on model) Juice collector (depending on the model) 9.Household appliance directive 89/336/CEE modified by directive 93/68/CEE . and with the following: . • Do not leave the cord hanging. . Exterior water level indicator 15. Never immerse the appliance in water ! Do not place the appliance near a wall or a cupboard . Removable base with clips and 5. 60-minute timer 16. • Always plug the appliance into an earthed socket. it must be replaced by the manufacturer. the manufacturer accepts no responsibility and the guarantee does not apply. In case of professional use. 8. the steam or the food.the appliance has fallen or shows visible damage or does not work properly. • Never leave the appliance in operation unattended. inappropriate use or failure to comply with the instructions. the appliance must be sent to an approved Service Centre. have it checked by an approved service centre.when moving it. Water tank (1. the after-sales service or a similarly qualified person in order to avoid any risk. Removable turbo ring 11. This appliance produces boiling hot steam. 6. In the event of the above.Low Voltage Directive 72/23/CEE modified by directive 93/68/CEE. if the appliance is used in a country other than that in which it is purchased. Inside Maximum water level 12. Water-fill drawer 10. 7. Mains cord continuous use) Please follow the instructions for use carefully. • Do not unplug the appliance by pulling on the cord. If the power supply cable is damaged. • Do not place the appliance near a heat source or in a hot oven. Lid 3.immediately after use. Keep away from children.Eng Description 1. Do not move the appliance when it is full of liquids or hot foods. Safety instructions This appliance complies with the safety regulations and conditions in effect. as serious damage could result. This appliance is designed for domestic use only. • Given the diverse standards in effect. . Steam basket n° 3 4. • Use a flat and stable work surface.the appliance or the cord is damaged.the steam produced by the appliance can cause damage. . Lid handle 2. Heating element 14. Do not touch the appliance when it is steaming and use oven gloves to remove the lid. Burns can occur by touching the hot surface of the appliance.prior to any cleaning or maintenance.
1 has a fixed base.Hold the base right side up (clips toward the bottom). Pour the water directly into the water tank. • Use fresh water with each use. • Rinse and dry. . Make sure there is water in the tank prior to use. Keep away from any objects which could be damaged by the steam.Place the basket on the table. A B. . • To position the bases: .Eng Preparation Prior to use • Using warm water and washing up liquid. 5 . . • Place the turbo ring around the heating element ensuring it is the right way round (the largest part on the bottom). Filling the water tank • There are two ways to fill the water tank: A.Centre the base inside the basket. Do not immerse the base unit or water tank when cleaning in water. Do not use seasoning or any other liquid other than water in the water tank. Close the drawer. wash all the removable parts and the inside of the water tank.Press on the clips until the base is locked into place. Preparing the steam cooker • Place the base unit on a stable surface. • Place the juice collector on the tank until firmly in place. push up from underneath. up to the maximum level. B Positioning the removable bases • The baskets have bases which can be removed to obtain a larger cooking space or to cook larger foods. • To remove the bases. Basket no. • Check that the turbo ring is positioned correctly. Open the water-fill drawer on the right-hand side of the base and pour in water up to the maximum level.
• The baskets are numbered: 1. Always place the baskets in the right order.Then basket n°3 (depending on the model). 2 or 3 baskets depending on your needs. To cook eggs • Place the eggs in the built-in egg holders.Eng Preparation Positioning the baskets • Place the food in the baskets. • Place the baskets on top of the juice collector. do not put too much food in the baskets. • Place the rice bowl in the steam basket.Then place basket n°2. 2 and 3 (depending on the model). cover with the lid to cook. 6 . You can use the product with 1. To cook rice (depending on model) • Put the rice and the water in the rice bowl (see the table of cooking times). cover with the lid to cook. .Always put basket n°1 on the juice collector. • Put the lid on. . . (The lid fits on all the baskets). For best results.
turn the timer to the 0 position. • The timer rings and the indicator light goes out • To stop the appliance ahead of time. Removing the food from the steam baskets • Remove the lid by the handle. • Place the steam basket(s) on a plate. At the end of cooking • The appliance switches off automatically. • If necessary. 7 . • Set the timer for the recommended cooking times. the appliance will not produce any more steam and will no longer continue to cook the food. add water through the water-fill drawer. Check that the juice collector has cooled sufficiently before removing it.Eng Steam cooking Choose the cooking time • Plug the appliance in. • Remove the steam basket(s). In order to set the timer. (see table of cooking times) • The orange indicator light comes on • The steam cooking has begun. If there is no more water. Afterwards • Unplug the appliance. • Let it cool completely before cleaning. Re-heating • You can reheat food (see the table of cooking times). During cooking • Check the water level by looking at the exterior water level indicator. Use oven gloves to handle the baskets and the lid. the appliance must be plugged in.
According to your taste.15 min. plaice. 400 g 400 g 400 g 600 g 20 . 15 . 15 . 10 . Cut into 5 cm chunks. Recommendations Cut the base. 1 average 30 .15 min. salmon.15 min.20 min. Cooking time depends on thickness and size.35 min. Toss halfway through cooking. Times may vary depending on the amount of food. Cut into wide strips.) Mussels Fresh Prawns (raw) Fresh Scallops Fresh Food Thin fillet of fish Amount 450 g 450 g 400 g 600 g 1 kg 200 g 100 g Amount 500 g 450 g 4 600 g 450 g 500 g 10 10 Cooking Time 8 -10 min. sole. 15 . Cut into small florets and trim off thick stems. 10 . brown the skin under the grill if desired.18 min. Cooking Time 12 .7 min. According to your taste. 30 .35 min. 600 g 15 . Thinly sliced.20 min. .) Frozen Thick fillets or steaks Fresh Fresh Whole fish (trout.. size of the food. 3 . 500 g 10 .20 min.20 min. unless stated otherwise. 15 . Cut off thick stems. Cooking times may be increased when using more than one basket to steam food. 8 . Pierce before cooking. Use oven gloves when handling the baskets during cooking. 12 . Cut into 1 cm slices. Cut the base. especially vegetables and fruit.20 min. Cut into small florets and trim off thick stems.35 min.Shellfish Type Fresh (cod.12 min. salmon trout.10 min. 15 . 10 .15 min. 20 . 25 min. Cut the base and wash well.18 min.25 min. Cut off thick stems. Cut into 3 mm thin slices. 10 .20 min.25 min. Recommendations Don’t pile up the fish fillets. Check food near the end of cooking. Fish ..15 min. Recommendations Remove skin. the space between the food.12 min.22 min. 15 . 12 .17 min. Toss halfway through cooking. 35 .45 min.25 min.15 min. Discard any unopened mussels. Exact time depends on thickness. as an extra few minutes can result in over cooked food. haddock. For larger or smaller quantities.. 8 . 25 .15 min. 12 .20 min.12 min.. 10 .15 min. 350 g 2 600 g 600 g 500 g 500 g 500 g 500 g 500 g 500 g 400 g 400 g 300 g 20 . Cut into thin slices. 20 .30 min. 10 . Sliced or shredded. Sliced or shredded.Eng Table of cooking times Cooking times are approximate and use the lower basket. 15 . 20 min. After steaming. using a different basket level and individual preferences. adjust the cooking time accordingly. 15 .15 min. 5 . In cubes or slices. Meat • Poultry Food Chicken breast (boneless) Chicken drumsticks or thigh joints Turkey steaks and escalope Pork fillet Lamb steaks Sausages (pre-cooked) Type Strips Whole Fresh Fresh Fresh Fresh Knackwurst Frankfurter Type Fresh Fresh Fresh Frozen Fresh Fresh Fresh Fresh Fresh Fresh Fresh Fresh Frozen Fresh Fresh Fresh Fresh Fresh Frozen Fresh Vegetables Food Artichokes (globe) Asparagus Broccoli Cabbage (green pointed spring) Cabbage (red) Carrots Cauliflower florets Celeriac Corn on the cob Courgettes Fine whole green beans Leeks (baby whole) Leeks (sliced) Mange tout Mushrooms Peas Peppers Amount Cooking Time 3 average 30 .
300 g 10 . Re-heating Place food in the rice bowl and cover food with cling film.45 min. Recommendations Grease the ramekins well. Vegetables 3 . Time depends on size of pasta. 10 .30 min. 300 ml 300 ml 300 ml 300 ml 400 ml 25 . 20 -25 min. Recommendation Use boiling water in rice bowl. Use middle and upper basket.3 portions 15 . 9 .20 min. Soak the couscous 5 min.15 min. Time depends on ripeness of fruit.30 min.Eng Vegetables Food Potatoes (new) Potatoes (old) Onions (sliced) Onions (small whole) Spinach Type Fresh Fresh Fresh Fresh Fresh Frozen Amount Cooking Time 600 g 40 . Food Amount Cooking Time Recommendations Meat (sliced) 2 . 20 -25 min. Use boiling water in rice bowl. Time depends on ripeness of fruit. Cooking time depends on size. 40 . Cooks quickly. Sliced (1 cm thick) or cut into cubes. Recommendations Cooking time depends on size and variety. Stir halfway through re-heating. 12 . Rice • Grains • Pasta Food Bulgar Wheat Couscous White Rice American Long Grain Basmati Rice Easy Cook White Rice Brown Rice Pasta (spaghetti . Recommendations Cook in rice bowl with 40 g sugar.15 min.45 min.25 min. Toss halfway through cooking. Pasta 2 portions 10 . 20 . in boiling water or hot stock before cooking.15 min. 400 g 10 .not quick cook type) Riz amount 150 g 200 g 150 g 150 g 150 g 150 g 200 g Water amount Cooking time 300 ml 15 min.5 cm chunks.12 min. Turn slices halfway through re-heating. 20 . Fruits Food Apples (Bramley) Apricots Bananas Peaches or Nectarines Pears Rhubarb Type Amount Quartered Sliced 4 450 g Halved 4 Whole 4 Halved 4 Whole or halved 4 Fresh 400 g Cooking Time 15 min.20 min. Wash the rice before cooking. 10 .15 min. Other Foods Food Hard boiled eggs “Poached” eggs in ramekins Type Yolk set Firm set Soft set Amount 6 6 6 Cooking Time 15 min. 500 g 10 . Use boiling water in the rice bowl. Stir halfway through re-heating.20 min. 350 ml 10 min. 8 .15 min.15 min. Add salt if desired. Cut into 2.20 min. small whole 600 g 25 min. 400 g 10 .10 min.23 min. 15 . Check the food is piping hot before serving. 10 .4 portions 15 . Thin slices.15 min. 25 .
• Rinse out the inside of the water tank with warm water several times. Do not use other scale-removing products. Put the lid over them all. • Fill the inside of the turbo ring with white vinegar up to the same level. • Stack the baskets one inside the other following the order shown. Do not immerse the water tank in water. beetroot etc… may cause staining in the juice collector and the water tank.Eng Cleaning and maintenance Cleaning the appliance • Empty the water tank and clean it with a damp cloth. This is normal and will not effect cooking. • Do not heat up (to avoid any descaling odour). wash these two parts immediately after each use. To try and avoid staining. • Turn all parts over on the base unit. You may also use a mild bleach if necessary and rinse thoroughly Do not use abrasive cleaning products. • All the other removable parts can be put in the dishwasher. Leave overnight to descale. • Fill the water tank with cold water up to “max. Note: some natural strong coloured juices from food such as carrots. Vinegar water Descale the appliance every 8 uses. Storing the baskets • Put the rice bowl (depending on model) upside down in the juice colector. • Clean the turbo ring after each using.” level. Removing scale build-up from the appliance • Position the turbo ring upside down arround the heating element (the largest part uppermost). 10 .
Check that the mains supply corresponds to that shown on the rating plate of the appliance. If the appliance is to be used in any country other than that of purchase.uk. Helpline: For any problems or queries please telephone our Customer Relations Team first for expert help and advice on: 0845 602 1454 (UK .tefal. 11 .Eng Voltage This appliance is designed to run on 230 . it should be checked by an approved Service Dealer.co. Standards can vary from country to country.CALLS CHARGED AT LOCAL RATE) (01) 4751947 (IRELAND) Or consult our web site: www.240 volts AC only.
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