Elta MW170G Microwave Oven User Manual

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•Meals such as hamburgers or poultry should be flipped at least once during heating. Large pieces should
be flipped multiple times to allow equal heating. Meals such as meatballs should be moved from the centre
of the container to the sides during heating.
Idle period
•Heated liquids or drinks may bubble after heating has finished. Therefore allow them to cool down for a
moment. If possible, stir meals and liquids after heating. During this time cover the meal or liquid to avoid
boiling after heating has finished.
Microwaveable plastic foil
•To cook meals with a high proportion of fats, avoid allowing the foil to touch the meal as the foil may melt.
Microwaveable plastic containers
•Some plastic containers are not suitable for use when heating meals with a high proportion of fats or
•Close the door.
•Connect the plug (8) to a suitable power outlet.
•Using the power controller (9) adjust to desired level of power.
•Using the time regulator (10) set the desired duration. The device as well as its lighting will turn on. Always
try to heat for the minimum duration necessary. If insufficient, simply repeat. Overcooked meals may
develop smoke or catch fire!
•The device automatically switches of after the time has elapsed. At the same time a signal will be audible
and the light turns off.
•Should the device be no longer be required, disconnect it from the power outlet.
•Should the door be manually opened before the time has elapsed, the time regulator should be reset to 0,
unless further heating is desired.
•Should you wish to heat something for less than 2 minutes, first set the time regulator to 3 minutes, then
set to desired time.
•The duration of heating may be changed at any time. By setting the time regulator to 0 during heating, the
heating may be prematurely stopped.
•Through the window (2) you may supervise the heating as it progresses.
•By opening the door you may check the level of heating at any time. The heating is automatically paused
when the door is opened. When the door is closed again the heating recommences where it stopped.
•The duration and weight specifications in the following tables are reference values that may vary according
to quality, size, storage temperature and level of moisture of the meal. If necessary, heat additionally.
•This setting slowly de-freezes meals. Thin meals de-freeze quicker than thicker ones. If possible, equally
distribute the meal or liquid in the container or on its plate. Irregularly sized meals should be positioned
such that thicker parts are more to the sides of the plate or container.
•Compact pieces of food, such as meats, should be flipped multiple times. Do not allow the meal to entirely
de-freeze inside the device. The below listed durations for post-de-freezing outside the device should allow
them to completely de-freeze.
Type of meal Weight in grams Power Duration Post-de-freezing Notes
setting in minutes. in minutes.
Minced meat ca. 500 De-frost ca. 10 ca. 5
Chicken ca. 1250 De-frost ca. 30 ca. 15 Flip the meat after half
of the time has elapsed.
Raspberries ca. 250 De-frost ca. 4
ca. 5
Note: Always set to lower duration than necessary, and extend as desired.
Weight Power Duration Notes
in grams level in minutes
Whole Meal
A meal consisting of:
about 100g roast, High about 5
Cover the meal ,
about 200g carrots and let it sit for
about 200g mashed potatoes at least 3 minutes
after finishing.
Broccoli, peas, carrots Each ca. 100 M.High ca. 12
De-freeze the vegetables
then heat, cover and stir.
After de-freezing and
heating, allow for at least
3 minutes of cooling
Weight Power Duration Notes
in grams level in minutes
Roast ca. 900 High ca. 16
After heating repeat
repeat for about 5
Chicken ca. 1100 High ca. 29 After about 15 minutes, .
flip the meat, and reheat
for about 5 minutes .
after heating has finished
Frozen Filet 4 slices, each M. High ca. 12
Reheat for about 5
about 100g minutes after heating has
Biscuits ca. 475 High ca. 8 After heating has finished,
reheat for about 5