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Old 04-10-2012, 17:30
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Ahhh thanks how kind (but too late)...

Hardest thing is deciding what to cook in it! I resisted opening it till OH came home.




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Got mine from Aldi this morning, just cooked a whole chicken in it. Delish! So moist and only took 30 minutes. Going to keep it at home and off tomorrow to get another one for the van, if they not sold out, they were moving fast this morning.
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Got my two this morning, they were flying off the shelf!
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Hi Peeps

A brilliant idea of our Angie's is to put the Halogen Oven thread in hobbies so we can swap Recipes when using the ovens at our vans. I tweaked the title to Halogen Recipes. Our Angie is brilliant with her idea's
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Haha - I'm crafty though... Cos now we can chat away to our hearts content!
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whats the Aldi one got with it ???
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whats the Aldi one got with it ???

Hi tt, it's got an extension ring, to make the dish deeper, two racks, upper and lower, and some tongues to lift out the racks. No recipe book, but there's enough on google to help. No stand for the lid either, you need something ti put it on (ive got a spare rack from my microwave, so I used that. But you do get three years warranty
Just did jackets tonight, took 60mins to cook 6.

We've worked out our electric fan oven is max 4400 watts, this halogen one is 12-1400 ... A massive difference. Should pay for itself in less than three months
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Hi tt, it's got an extension ring, to make the dish deeper, two racks, upper and lower, and some tongues to lift out the racks. No recipe book, but there's enough on google to help. No stand for the lid either, you need something ti put it on (ive got a spare rack from my microwave, so I used that. But you do get three years warranty
Just did jackets tonight, took 60mins to cook 6.

We've worked out our electric fan oven is max 4400 watts, this halogen one is 12-1400 ... A massive difference. Should pay for itself in less than three months
At van 60mins would be about 10 pence eleccy...I can the lurkers hotfooting it to Aldi
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I have just ordered a couple of HO cook books from Amazon, have a look there are lots very reasonably priced
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Thanks Brock, I'll be sorting some apps for my mobile as well
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