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RECOMMENDATIONS ON CHOOSING
COOKWARE
Use only microwave-safe cookware for this unit.
The ideal material for microwave-safe cook-
ware should be “transparent” for microwaves,
as this allows microwave energy to pass
through and heat the food.
Microwaves can not go through metal; that is why
never use metal cookware or plates with metal
finishing for cooking in the microwave oven.
Do not place objects made of recycled paper
in the microwave oven, as they may contain
small metal fragments which may cause pack-
age ignition.
Round and oval cookware better suits for
usage in microwave ovens, than rectangular
cookware.
Do not use chopped or cracked cookware.
COOKWARE TESTING BEFORE USING
IT IN THE MICROWAVE OVEN
Put the cookware that you want to test (for
instance, a plate) into the cavity; place a glass
with cold water on it.
Switch the microwave oven on at the maximal
power and set the operation time for no longer
than 1 minute.
Carefully touch the test cookware. If it is hot,
and the water in the glass is cold, do not use
this cookware for cooking in the microwave
oven.
Avoid exceeding the maximum testing time
of 1 minute.
Microwave-safe materials and cookware
Cookware for
frying
Follow the manufacturer's instructions. The bottom of cookware intended
for frying should be 5 mm thicker than the glass rotary bottom plate.
Improper use of the cookware for frying may lead to cracks in the cookware
and in the glass rotary bottom plate.
Dinnerware
Use only the dinnerware with respective marking. Follow the cookware
manufacturer’s instructions. Do not use chopped or cracked cookware.
Glass containers
Use containers made of heat-resistant glass only. Check that the cookware
does not have any metal rims. Do not use chopped or cracked cookware.
Glassware
Use cookware made of heat-resistant glass only. Check that the cookware
does not have any metal rims. Do not use chopped or cracked cookware.
Using special bags
Follow the manufacturer’s instructions. Do not close the bags with metal
twist-ties. Make several openings in the bag for steam release.
Paper plates and
cups
Use paper plates and cups only for short-time cooking/heating of products.
Do not leave the microwave oven unattended when cooking/heating up
food in such cookware.
Paper towels
You can cover food with paper towels to keep it warm and to avoid fat
splashing. Use only at constant control and only for fast cooking/heating up.
Parchment paper
Use parchment paper to avoid fat splashing or as a wrap.
Plastic
You can use only plastic items with respective marking: “Microwave-safe”.
Follow the manufacturer’s instructions. Some plastic containers may soften
as the result of heating food in them. Pierce or cut through hermetically
sealed plastic bags as shown on the packages.
Plastic wrap
You can use only plastic items with respective marking.
Wax paper
Use wax paper to avoid fat splashing and to keep moisture.
Materials and cookware not suitable for microwave ovens
Aluminium trays and foil
Aluminium trays and foil may cause sparks. Use the
cookware specially intended for microwave oven.
Cardboard cup with metal handle
Cardboard cups with metal handle may cause sparks.
Use the cookware specially intended for microwave
oven.
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