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Roasting and braising
In this section, you will find information on
Tables for roasting and braising
Tips and tricks
: There is a risk of injury if you use roasting dishes that
are not heat-resistant!
Only use roasting dishes that are marked as being suitable for
use in the oven.
Do not use shelf height 2 when roasting with
3 CircoTherm®.
The air circulation would be impaired and this will have a
negative effect on your roast.
Roasting dish without a lid is used for roasting.
While the meat is roasting, the liquid in the roasting dish will
evaporate. If necessary, carefully add more hot liquid.
When you are roasting using
% Top/bottom heat, turn the roast
approximately half to two thirds of the way through the roasting
Roasting in the universal pan
Juices escape from the roasting meat and are collected in the
universal pan. You can use these juices as the basis for a tasty
Deglaze the pan of the juices with hot water, stock, wine or
similar. Bring to the boil, thicken with cornflour, season and
pass through a sieve if necessary.
You can also cook side dishes (e.g. vegetables) at the same
time as roasting meat in the universal pan.
For smaller joints, you can use a smaller roasting dish instead
of the universal pan. Place this directly on the wire rack.
Roasting in the universal pan with insert grid
Place the wire insert in the universal pan with the lower area
facing downwards and slide them in together at the same shelf
For fatty meat and poultry, add
X to ¼ litre water to the
universal pan, depending on the size and type of the joint.
For braising, a roasting dish with a lid is used. Ensure that the
roasting dish and lid fit together well and close properly.
First, sear the meat if required.
Add the meat, vegetables and liquid to the roasting dish in
equal proportions and place the dish with the lid closed on the
wire rack at shelf position 1.
While the meat is braising, the liquid in the roasting dish will
evaporate. Pour in more liquid if required.
The cake is too dark Check the shelf height.
If the shelf height is correct, you should either shorten the baking time or reduce the
The cake is unevenly browned in the bak-
ing tin
Check the shelf height.
Check the temperature.
Make sure that your baking tin is not placed directly in front of the air outlets in the rear
panel of the cooking compartment.
Check that the baking tin is in the correct position on the wire rack.
The cake is too dry Set a slightly higher temperature and a slightly shorter baking time.
The cake is too moist in the centre Set a slightly lower temperature.
Note: Higher temperatures may not mean shorter baking times (cooked on the outside,
but not on the inside).
Select a longer baking time and allow the cake mixture to prove for longer.
Add less liquid to the mixture.
The cake collapses when you take it out of
the oven
Use less liquid for the mixture.
Set a longer baking time or a slightly lower temperature.
The specified baking time is not correct For small items, check the quantity on the baking tray. Small items must not be touch-
ing each other.
Frozen products are not browned evenly
after baking
Check whether the frozen product is unevenly pre-browned before baking. This uneven
browning will remain after the baking time.
Several cakes on one level are unevenly
Check the position of the baking tins on the wire rack.
Frozen products are not browned, not
crispy or the specified times are not cor-
Remove ice from frozen products before baking. Do not use frozen products that are
heavily frosted
Saving energy Only preheat the appliance when it is specified in the baking table that you should do
Use dark baking tins as these absorb the heat better.
Make use of the residual heat with longer baking times and switch the oven off
5 10 minutes before the end of the baking time.
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