STEP 1 Put all ingredients in a heat-safe container.
STEP 2 Select a cooking mode, and then start preheating.
STEP 3 Place the container on a rack.
STEP 4 Close the door and start cooking.
• The cooling fan automatically runs for a certain amount of time after cooking is complete.
• There can be slight popping sound during oven cooking. This sound may occur during normal oven burner cycling, when the oven burner flame is extinguished.
• Make sure to close the door before you start cooking.
• If you leave the door open for 20-30 seconds while the oven is in convection baking/ roasting, baking, or broiling modes, the oven burner shuts off. To restart the burner, close the door.
The convection fan at the back of the oven circulates hot air evenly throughout the oven cavity so that food is evenly cooked and browned in less time than with regular heat.
When using convection cooking, always pre-heat the oven for the best results.
• Ideal for foods being cooked using multiple racks.
• Good for large quantities of food.
• Provides the best performance for cookies, biscuits, brownies, cupcakes, cream puffs, sweet rolls, angel food cake, and bread.
• Cookies bake best when cooked on flat cookie sheets.
• When convection baking using a single rack, place the rack in rack position 3 or 4.
• When convection baking using two racks, place the racks in positions 2 and 5 (Cakes, Cookies).
• The oven automatically adjusts the temperature for convection baking.
• Good for larger, tender cuts of meat, uncovered.
• For best performance, place a broiler pan and grid under the meat or poultry. The pan catches grease spills and the grid prevents grease spatters.
• Heated air circulates over, under, and around the food. Meat and poultry are browned on all sides as if they were cooked on a rotisserie.