DeLonghi BGR50 manual

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  • Brand: DeLonghi
  • Product: Barbecue
  • Model/name: BGR50
  • Filetype: PDF
  • Available languages: English

Table of Contents

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EN
SAFETY PRECAUTION
• If the supply cord is damaged, it
mustbereplacedbythemanufac-
turer, its service agent or similarly
qualifiedpersonsinordertoavoid
ahazard.
• Theapplianceisnotintendedtobe
operated by means of an external
timer or separate remote-control
system.
• Theapplianceisdesignedandpro-
duced for domestic use only. It is
not suitable for use in: staff kit-
chens in shops, offices and other
workplaces, farm houses, hotels,
motelsorotherholidayaccommo-
dation,guesthouses.
• OnlytheappropriateconnectorDe’
LonghiKS-122Dmustbeused.
• Thisappliancecanbeusedbychil-
dren aged from 8 years and above
andpersonswithreducedphysical,
sensory or mental capabilities or
lackofexperienceandknowledge
if they have been given supervi-
sion or instruction concerning use
of the appliance in a safe way and
understand the hazards involved.
Children shall not play with the
appliance. Cleaning and user
maintenanceshallnotbemadeby
childrenunlesstheyareolderthan
8andsupervised.
• Keeptheapplianceanditscordout
of reach of children less than 8
years.
• Before starting cleaning, unplug
the cord from the wall outlet and
disconnecttheconnector. Theap-
pliance inlet must be dried tho-
roughlybeforeusingagain.
• Alwaysusetheapplianceonadry,
level, heat resistant surface at a
height of at least 85 cm, out of
reachofchildren.
• Do not place flammable products
neartheappliance.
• AllowtheGrilltocooldownbefore
handling(atleast30minutes).
• WARNING: Charcoal or similar
combustible fuels must not be
usedwiththisappliance.
• CAUTION:Donotflipthegrillplate
overuntilcompletelycool.
• CAUTION:Toreducetheriskoffire,
cook only with the drip tray in
place.
• Donotpullonthepowercord,but
ratherontheplug,toseparatethe
appliancefromthemains.
• Do not leave the appliance unat-
tended when it is switched on, as
thismaybeasourceofdanger.
• Thetemperatureofaccessiblesur-
faces may be high when the ap-
plianceisoperating.
• Materials and accessories coming
into contact with food conform to
EECregulation1935:2004.
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EN
DESCRIPTION (pag. 3)
1. Double Sides Grill Plate with non-stick coating
2. Oil DripTray
3. Safety interlock
4. Base
5. Connector
The unit can be used in two ways (Double side grill plate).
• Thegrillingplatewiththegroovedsurfaceissuitableforthe
typical grilling of steaks, cutlets or the like.
• Thefryingplatewiththesmoothsurfaceisusedtofryshel-
lfish, eggs, sliced vegetables or the like.
INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE
Before first use
• Removeallpackagingmaterialsandanypromotionallabels
from the cooking plate and the tray.
• Detachtheconnectorandcleanthecookingplateandbase
bywashingwithsoapandwaterinasink.Rinseanddrytho-
roughly. Make sure the connector inlet on the plate is fully
dry.
• Conditionthecookingsurfacebyapplyingalightcoatingof
vegetable oil or use a non-stick cooking spray.Wipe off ex-
cess oil.
Preparing the unit
• Setbaseoncountertop.Putinthemetaldriptray.Matchthe
cooking plate to the base.The terminal / socket of the grill
plate should be on the same side as the safety interlock.
• Do not use the appliance if it is not installed following the
sequence as shown on page 3.
Switching the unit on
• Plug the connector fully into the terminal of the cooking
plate.Theconnectorcannotbepluggedincompletelyunless
the cooking plate is fitted properly to the base.
• Plug the power cord into the wall outlet.
• Adjust the temperature dial to maximum setting.The indi-
cator light will light on. Preheat 4-6 minutes.The light will
cycle on and off during preheat.This is normal.
• Be sure the temperature control dial is on 3 for best brow-
ning results and grill marks when barbecuing hamburger,
steaks, hot dogs, sausage, fish steaks, chicken breasts and
other meat. Use 1 or 2 setting to reheat previously cooked
foods,tokeepfoodswarm,andwhengrillingmoredelicate
foods with lower cooking temperature.
Switching the unit off
• TurnthetemperatureconnectortoGwhencookingiscom-
pleted.
• Unplug the power cord from the wall outlet and allow to
cool before cleaning or removing any part.
• Hold the unit by the handles when turning it over.
Cooking times
• Usethefollowingtableasaguidelineforfoodamountsand
cooking times. Recipe cooking times are estimate. Cooking
timewillvarybasedonthetemperatureofthegrill,thesur-
rounding air, and the food itself. The food to be cooked
should always be at room temperature. Never put frozen
food directly onto the cooking plate, it could become hard.
Watch food carefully and adjust the cooking time as neces-
sary.Turn frequently for more even cooking.
Food Approx.Time (minutes) Doneness test
Steak 8 to 15 Until desired doneness
Bacon 8 to 15 Desired doneness
Pork chops, Boneless 15 to 20 Until no longer pink
Chicken pieces 25 to 30 Pierce with knife; juice run clear
1/2”thick Hamburgers 8 to 10 No pink meat
Sausage / patties 12 to 15 No pink meat
Hot dog 8 to 10 Hot through
Whole fish 8 to 10 Opaque and flakes with fork
Fish fillets 10 per inch thickness Opaque and flakes with fork
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EN
GRILLINGTIPS
• For best results, preheat the cooking plate before grilling.
• Tender slices of meat are generally more suitable for gril-
ling. Somewhat tougher meat will become tender if it has
been marinated overnight.
• Topreventscratchingthecookingsurfacewhenturningover
thefood,alwaysuseplasticorwoodspatula.Fishandmeat
should be turned only once if possible. Repeated turning is
unnecessaryanddriesoutthefoodbeingcooked.Nevercut
foods on the plate surface.
• If cooking vegetables, fish, or lean meat, spray the cooking
surface with a cooking spray or a light coating of vegetable
oil. If cooking meat with any amount of fat, or if the food
has been marinated, there is no need to treat the grill.
• Never cook meat too long.
• If the food being cooked sticks to the cooking plate, wipe
down the cooking plate from time to time with a paper
towel dipped in oil.
Note
• ThefirsttimeyouusetheGrill;itmayhaveaslightodorand
may smoke a bit.This is normal and common to appliances
with nonstick surfaces.
• A plastic cleaning spatula can be used for cleaning the gril-
ling plate and frying plate after you have finished cooking
and the unit has cooled down completely (at least 30 mi-
nutes).Usingthecleaningtoolonahotsurfacefortoolong
will cause the plastic to melt.
CARE AND CLEANING
• When finished cooking, unplug from the outlet and allow
thegrilltocoolcompletelybeforecleaning.Nevertransport
the unit when it is hot.
• Pull out the connector. If cleaning is necessary, wipe over
unit with a slightly damp cloth. DO NOT IMMERSE THE
CONNECTOR INWATER OR ANY OTHER LIQUID.
• Lift the cooking plate off the base and pour off any excess
grease liquid from the metal drip tray.
The cooking plate can be washed in the dishwasher.
Thedriptrayandtheplasticbasemust becleanedbyhand.
• Do not use steel wool pads or harsh, abrasive cleaners on
the cooking surface as they may damage the nonstick coa-
ting. Never use a caustic oven cleaner as this will damage
the cooking surface.
• To remove cooked on food, use a plastic spatula. Be sure to
clean the handles after each use.
Dry thoroughly with a soft cloth or paper towel.
• The power cord assembly should not be immersed in water
or placed in the dishwasher. To clean, wipe with a damp
cloth.
• The appliance inlet must be carefully dried before the ap-
pliance is used again.
DISCLAIMER
Updates to hardware components are made regularly.Therefore
some of the instruction, specifications and pictures in this docu-
mentation may differ slightly from your particular situation. All
items described in this guide for illustration purposes only and
may not apply to particular situation. No legal right or entitle-
ments may be obtained from the description made in this ma-
nual.
IMPORTANTINFORMATIONFORCORRECTDISPOSALOFTHE
PRODUCTINACCORDANCEWITHECDIRECTIVE2002/96/EC.
At the end of its working life, the product must
not be disposed of as urban waste. It must be
taken to a special local authority differentiated
waste collection centre or to a dealer providing
thisservice.Disposingofahouseholdappliance
separatelyavoidspossiblenegativeconsequen-
ces for the environment and health deriving from inappropriate
disposalandenablestheconstituentmaterialstoberecoveredto
obtain significant savings in energy and resources.As a reminder
of the need to dispose of household appliances separately, the
product is marked with a crossed-out wheeled dustbin.

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