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NO PRE-HEATING, NO WAITING…JUST COOKING PERFECTION Today achieving superb results in the kitchen couldn’t be simpler, thanks to your new Whirlpool multifunction oven which offers the flexibility of a variety of cooking methods to help you cook any dish to perfection. This oven combines advanced user interface and intelligent 6TH SENSE technology with a powerful convection system, eliminating the need to pre-heat. All the recipes included in this cookbook do not need pre-heat and perfect results are always guaranteed. This cookbook includes 30 recipes carefully selected for you. Once you have selected your preferred recipe through the display of your oven all you have to do is put the dish in and start cooking. The oven will automatically set the ideal cooking process providing regular feedback from the display. If you wish, you can add your personal touch to all your dishes at the end of the cooking time.
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IMPORTANT TIPS For best results, do not vary the quantities or ingredients given in the recipes. Before preparing meat, it is best to remove it from the refrigerator at least an hour prior to cooking. (The temperature of the meat should be around 10-12°C). Some dishes must be turned or stirred half-way through cooking time: the oven will emit an acoustic signal to remind you. (Recipes state when food must be stirred or turned during cooking). The initial cooking time displayed is merely for guidance: the oven adapts the time remaining during actual cooking. Shortly before cooking time finishes, the oven prompts you to check that the food is cooked to your satisfaction. For the same reason, at the end of cooking, extra cooking time can be added manually using the oven’s menu.
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ACCESSORIES SUPPLIED BAKING TRAY GRILL DRIP TRAY The drip tray differs from the baking tray in depth, being the deeper of the two. Some recipes require the drip tray to be filled with water and positioned below the grill to collect fat and oil produced while cooking roast and/or grilled meat.
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*Optimal cooking times will automatically be determined by the selected function (6TH SENSE RECIPES) LASAGNE Serves 6/8 Serves 6/8 To make the meat sauce: Chop the celery, carrot and onion and sweat them in the oil and butter. Add the meat and brown it. Add the wine and allow it to evaporate, then add the tomatoes, stock cube and salt. Cover and cook over a low heat for about an hour. To make the bechamel sauce: Melt the butter then add the flour, mixing thoroughly all the time to prevent any lumps forming. Add the milk a little at a time and continue cooking, stirring until the sauce reaches the desired consistency. Once cooked, season with a little salt and grated nutmeg. Butter the dish. Spread two tablespoons of meat sauce over the bottom of the dish, then arrange a layer of lasagne sheets, followed by meat sauce, bechamel sauce, chopped cheese and a sprinkling of grated parmesan cheese. Continue adding layers in this way until you have finished nearly all the ingredients. Finally, cover generously with bechamel sauce, a good sprinkling of grated parmesan cheese and a few knobs of butter. Select “OVEN BAKES” from the “RECIPES” menu then the “LASAGNE” recipe and confirm. Notes: __________________________________________ Preparation: 2 hours Cooking time*: 45-60 min Recommended equipment: rectangular non-stick dish Tips and variations: • If you are making fish or vegetable lasagne, you can use vegetable stock instead of milk and olive oil instead of butter for the bechamel sauce. 37 O VEN BAKES 500g of fresh pasta for lasagne 180g of grated parmesan cheese 200g of cheese, chopped (either mozzarella, scamorza or provola) For the meat sauce: 500g of minced beef 800 g of tomatoes (canned or chopped) 1 stock cube 1 medium onion 30 g of butter 6-7 tablespoons of olive oil 1 glass of red wine celery, carrot salt For 600 g of bechamel sauce: (alternatively, you can use shop-bought ready made bechamel sauce) 50 g of butter 60 g of flour 1l of milk salt, nutmeg
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*Optimal cooking times will automatically be determined by the selected function (6TH SENSE RECIPES) FISH CANNELLONI Cut the celery and leek into julienne strips and soften them in a pan with a little olive oil. Add the cod cut into fine strips, season with salt and pepper and cook until the cooking juices have almost evaporated. Parboil the sheets of lasagne and spoon the filling along the middle of each sheet. Roll up the sheets to form cannelloni. Blend the tomato sauce and spoon a little over the bottom of the oven proof dish together with a drizzle of olive oil. Arrange the cannelloni in the oven proof dish and cover with the remaining tomato sauce. Quarter the cherry tomatoes, chop the basil and arrange on top of the cannelloni. Sprinkle with grated parmesan and bake in the oven. Select “OVEN BAKES” from the “RECIPES” menu then the “FISH CANNELLONI” recipe and confirm. Notes: __________________________________________ Preparation: 40 min Cooking time*: 30-40 min Recommended equipment: rectangular non-stick dish Tips and variations: • You can use the crêpe filling (spinach and ricotta) for the cannelloni if you like, but the cannelloni will have to be covered with bechamel sauce. 38 O VEN BAKES Serves 4 Serves 4 60g of leeks 50 g of celery 400g of fresh cod 200g of cherry tomatoes 15g of basil 30g of parmesan cheese 70g of tomato sauce 160g of pasta sheets for lasagne/cannelloni olive oil salt, pepper
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*Optimal cooking times will automatically be determined by the selected function (6TH SENSE RECIPES) CREPES GRATIN Serves 6 Serves 6 Prepare the crêpe batter by mixing together all the ingredients, whisking together thoroughly. Leave to rest in the refrigerator for at least 15 minutes. Make the crêpes using a small, non-stick crêpe pan. Blanche the spinach. Cool it immediately afterwards in cold water and then squeeze out the excess water. Chop finely and add to the ricotta along with the salt, pepper, nutmeg, eggs and parmesan cheese. Fill the crêpes and fold them over in the middle to close. To make the bechamel sauce: Melt the butter, pour in the flour, mixing thoroughly all the time to prevent any lumps forming. Add the milk a little at a time and continue cooking, stirring constantly until the sauce reaches the desired consistency. Once cooked, season with a little salt and a pinch of grated nutmeg. Spread some sauce over the bottom of a oven proof dish and arrange the crêpes on top. Cover generously with the bechamel sauce and sprinkle with grated parmesan. Bake in the oven until golden brown Select “OVEN BAKES” from the “RECIPES” menu then the “CREPES AU GRATIN” recipe and confirm. Notes: __________________________________________ Preparation: 50 min Cooking time*: 35-45 min Recommended equipment: rectangular non-stick dish Tips and variations: • As an alternative, you can use button mushrooms, sliced and sautéd. 39 O VEN BAKES For the crêpes: 100 g of flour 250 ml of milk 3 whole eggs 1 tablespoon of olive oil salt, nutmeg Filling: 400g of ricotta cheese 200g of spinach 40g of parmesan cheese salt, pepper 1 egg nutmeg Bechamel sauce: 50 g of butter 60 g of flour 1l of milk salt, nutmeg 60g of parmesan cheese
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*Optimal cooking times will automatically be determined by the selected function (6TH SENSE RECIPES) AUBERGINE GRATIN Cut the aubergines into approx. 1cm thick slices, salt them and let them rest on a tea towel for around an hour. Sear the aubergines under a hot grill. Sauté the onion in the oil, add the chopped tomatoes, season with salt and cook over a low heat for around 40 minutes. Dice the mozzarella. Spread two tablespoons of tomato sauce over the bottom of the dish, then arrange a layer of aubergines, followed by the sauce, some diced mozzarella and a sprinkling of grated parmesan cheese and a little fresh basil. Continue adding layers in this way until you have finished nearly all the ingredients. Finally, cover the last layer with tomato sauce and a good sprinkling of grated parmesan cheese. Select “OVEN BAKES” from the “RECIPES” menu then the “AUBERGINE GRATIN” recipe and confirm. Notes: __________________________________________ Preparation: 50 min Cooking time*: 40-50 min Recommended equipment: rectangular oven proof dish (approx. 35cm x 25cm) Tips and variations: • You can use, ready grilled, frozen aubergines. If you are using fresh aubergines, you can dip them in flour and fry them instead of grilling them. 40 O VEN BAKES Serves 6/8 Serves 6/8 4-5 aubergines (approx. 1.5kg) 1 large onion 5-6 tablespoons of olive oil 800 g of chopped tomatoes 350 g approx. of mozzarella 100 g of grated parmesan cheese fresh basil
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*Optimal cooking times will automatically be determined by the selected function (6TH SENSE RECIPES) VEGETABLE PIE Serves 6/8 Serves 6/8 Blanche the vegetables in boiling salted water for a few minutes, then drain. Sauté the chopped vegetables in a pan with a little oil. Line the pie dish with baking paper and then roll out the puff pastry to cover the bottom and edges of the dish. Spread the vegetables over the pastry base and sprinkle with the grated cheese. Beat the eggs in a bowl together with the eggs, cream and milk. Season with salt and paprika and pour the mixture evenly over the vegetables. Select “PIES” from the “RECIPES” menu then the “VEGETABLE PIE” recipe and confirm. Notes: __________________________________________ Preparation: 40 min Cooking time*: 50-60 min Recommended equipment: shallow metal pie dish (diameter approx. 28cm) Tips and variations: • Fresh seasonal vegetables will give the best results. If chopped very fine, there is no need to blanche. • The vegetable pie can be served with steamed fish fillet or as an hors d’oeuvres with a warm vegetable sauce(creamed leek, tomato or pumpkin). 41 P IES 250g of fresh puff pastry 450g of mixed vegetables: artichokes, asparagus and mushrooms 150g of roughly grated gruyère cheese 3 eggs 200ml of single cream 100ml of milk salt, pepper, paprika
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*Optimal cooking times will automatically be determined by the selected function (6TH SENSE RECIPES) QUICHE LORRAINE Line the pie dish with baking paper and then roll out the shortcrust pastry to cover the bottom and edges of the dish. Spread the sautéd bacon over the bottom of the dish along with the julienned onion sweated in a little olive oil, then sprinkle the cheese on top. Beat the eggs in a bowl together with the milk and cream, seasoning with salt and pepper to taste. Pour the mixture evenly over the dish and garnish with chopped parsley. Select “PIES” from the “RECIPES” menu then the “QUICHE LORRAINE” menu and confirm. Notes: __________________________________________ Preparation: 30 min Cooking time*: 40-50 min Recommended equipment: shallow metal pie dish (diameter approx. 30cm) Tips and variations: • You can also make the following varieties of quiche: - potato and bacon - leek and ham - fish and artichoke - spinach and salmon 42 P IES Serves 6/8 Serves 6/8 250g of fresh shortcrust pastry 150g of bacon, diced 4 eggs 2 onions cut into julienned pieces 10g of chopped parsley 200 ml of milk 200 ml of single cream 100 g of roughly grated gruyère cheese salt, pepper
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*Optimal cooking times will automatically be determined by the selected function (6TH SENSE RECIPES) APPLE PIE Serves 6/8 Serves 6/8 To make the base: Mix the flour sieved with the salt, add the softened butter, sugar, baking powder and next the water, then bring together into a firm dough. Leave to rest in the refrigerator for 30 minutes. To make the custard: Heat the milk with the vanilla essence and then remove from the heat. In another bowl, beat the sugar, egg, flour and corn flour together. Add this mixture to the milk, stirring constantly on the heat to obtain a creamy custard. Once cooked, add rum to taste. Line the pie dish with baking paper. Roll out the pastry to cover the bottom and edges of the dish. Spread the custard prepared earlier over the pastry. Cut the apples into segments (about ½ cm thick). Arrange the slices of apple so that they are slightly overlapping, covering all the pastry. Once cooked, let the cake cool and then glaze it with the gelatin for desserts. Select “PIES” from the “RECIPES” menu, then the “APPLE PIE” recipe and confirm. Notes: __________________________________________ Preparation: 50 min Cooking time*: 75-90 min Recommended equipment: shallow metal pie dish (diameter approx. 28 cm) Tips and variations: • Crumble some biscuits on top of the pastry before pouring the custard on top: this will ensure the pastry stays crisp, not soggy. • Before baking, give the apples a light dusting of powdered cinnamon. 43 P IES 4 apples 250 g of plain flour 50 g of butter 1 pinch of salt 80 ml of cold water 10g of baking powder 100g of sugar For the custard: 500 ml of milk 2 eggs 10g of corn flour 50 g of sugar 40 ml of rum (optional) 1 tspn. of vanilla essence 10 g of plain flour gelatin for desserts
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*Optimal cooking times will automatically be determined by the selected function (6TH SENSE RECIPES) CRISPY PIZZA Dissolve the yeast in warm water (around 35°C) - Use the amount of water stated in the ingredients - Heap the flour in a mound on a board, make a well in the middle and mix in the salt, sugar and lastly the oil. Slowly add the water to the flour and begin bringing it together into a dough. Knead well until the dough is smooth and elastic. Place the dough in a large container, cover with a damp cloth and allow to rise in the oven using the “DOUGH PROVING” function for 45 minutes. In the meantime, add the oil, oregano and salt to the tomato sauce. Once the dough has risen, roll it out to line the oiled drip tray. Cover the pizza base with the tomato sauce and the chopped mozzarella. Select “PIZZA” from the “RECIPES” menu then the “PIZZA” or “PIZZA 2 PANS” recipe and confirm. Notes: __________________________________________ Preparation: 2 hours Cooking time*: 25-35 min Recommended equipment: Drip tray or baking tray supplied Tips and variations: • A variety of different kinds of flour can be used for the pizza base, such as rye, buckwheat or wholemeal: for best results, use two parts plain flour and one part the flour of your choice. • Add the pizza topping of your choice before baking in the oven. 44 P IZZA For 1 tray: For 1 tray: 350g of flour 200ml of water 18ml of olive oil 14g of dry yeast 7g of salt 3.5g of sugar 250g of tomato pulp 150g of mozzarella olive oil, salt, oregano For 2 trays: For 2 trays: 700g of flour 400ml of water 35ml of olive oil 25g of fresh yeast 13g of salt 7g of sugar 500g of tomato pulp 300g of mozzarella olive oil, salt, oregano
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*Optimal cooking times will automatically be determined by the selected function (6TH SENSE RECIPES) PORK CHOPS Ingredients for 2-6 portions Ingredients for 2-6 portions Roughly chop the garlic, rosemary and sage and place them in a bowl with oil and salt. Leave the chops in this marinade for at least 30 minutes. Place the chops on the grill on the fifth shelf of the oven. Pour approx. 1l of water into the drip tray and place it on the second shelf. >The oven will signal when to turn the meat.< Select “MEAT” from the “RECIPES” menu then the “PORK CHOPS” recipe and confirm. Notes: __________________________________________ Preparation: 10 min plus 30 min for marinading Cooking time*: 15-25 min Recommended equipment: grill and drip tray supplied 45 M EAT 2/6 pork chops olive oil garlic sage some rosemary salt, pepper
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*Optimal cooking times will automatically be determined by the selected function (6TH SENSE RECIPES) SHANK OF PORK Season the shanks of pork with salt and pepper and place them on the drip tray. Splash with white wine and drizzle with oil. Select “MEAT” from the “RECIPES” menu then the “SHANK OF PORK” recipe and confirm. Notes: __________________________________________ Preparation: 10 min Cooking time*: 90-110 min Recommended equipment: drip tray Tips and variations: • Before cooking, the meat must be brought up to room temperature. • Before cooking, rub the meat all over with salt and pepper. • The cooking juices can be filtered and seasoned, and flavoured if you like with rosemary, for serving with the meat. 46 M EAT Serves 4/6 Serves 4/6 2/4 pork shanks (approx. 500g each) 600 ml of white wine 4/5 tablespoons of olive oil salt, pepper
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*Optimal cooking times will automatically be determined by the selected function (6TH SENSE RECIPES) LEG OF LAMB Serves 4/6 Serves 4/6 Prepare the leg of lamb, trimming off excess fat. Chop the garlic into pieces, then rub the lamb with the garlic. Season to taste with salt and pepper. Place the meat directly on the drip tray lined with a sheet of greaseproof paper. Place the drip tray on the third shelf. Select “MEAT” from the “RECIPES” menu then the “LEG OF LAMB” recipe and confirm. Notes: __________________________________________ Preparation: 20 min Cooking time*: 60-70 min Recommended equipment: drip tray or baking tray supplied Tips and variations: • After cooking, leave the meat to rest for at least ten minutes, covered with a sheet of tin foil, so that the juices inside the meat settle evenly. • The leg of lamb cam be boned by removing the initial part of the bone. • Once cooked, the lamb can be brushed with mustard and left to rest in the oven, which will still be hot after switching off. 47 M EAT 1 leg of lamb, approx. 2 kg 2 cloves of garlic salt, pepper
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*Optimal cooking times will automatically be determined by the selected function (6TH SENSE RECIPES) KEBABS Roughly chop the garlic, rosemary and sage and place them in a bowl with oil and salt. Leave the kebabs in this marinade for at least 30 minutes. Place the kebabs on the grill on the fifth shelf of the oven. Pour approx. 1l of water into the drip tray and place it on the second shelf. >The oven will signal when to turn the meat.< Select “MEAT” from the “RECIPES” menu then the “KEBABS” recipe and confirm. Notes: __________________________________________ Preparation: 10 min plus 30 minutes for marinading Cooking time*: 15-25 min Recommended equipment: grill and drip tray supplied Tips and variations: • In alternative to the meat, you can use fish, cut into cubes of the same size: prawns, cuttlefish, salmon, angler fish. 48 M EAT Serves 4/8 Serves 4/8 4/8 meat kebabs (It is best to avoid frankfurters since they have different cooking times to other meats). garlic sage some rosemary olive oil salt, pepper
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*Optimal cooking times will automatically be determined by the selected function (6TH SENSE RECIPES) ROAST CHICKEN Serves 4/6 Serves 4/6 Wash and dry the chicken. Stuff the bird with a mixture of chopped aromatic herbs, garlic, salt and pepper. Lightly oil the skin and season with salt. Place the chicken on the grill on the third shelf. Pour approx. 0,5l of water into the drip tray and place it on the first shelf. Select “POULTRY” from the “RECIPES” menu then the “ROAST CHICKEN” recipe and confirm. Notes: __________________________________________ Preparation: 10 min Cooking time*: 50-70 min Recommended equipment: grill or drip tray supplied Tips and variations: • Before cooking, flavour the chicken by stuffing it with herbs, a few cloves of garlic and the rind of an orange or lemon. 49 P OULTRY 1 chicken weighing 1/1.5kg garlic olive oil some rosemary sage salt, pepper
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*Optimal cooking times will automatically be determined by the selected function (6TH SENSE RECIPES) CHICKEN BREASTS Chop the garlic, rosemary and sage and place them in a bowl with oil and salt. Leave the chicken slices in this marinade for at least 30 minutes. Place the chicken breasts on the grill on the fifth shelf of the oven. Pour approx. 1l of water into the drip tray and place it on the second shelf. >The oven will signal when to turn the meat.< Select “POULTRY” from the “RECIPES” menu then the “CHICKEN BREASTS” recipe and confirm. Notes: __________________________________________ Preparation: 10 min plus 30 minutes for marinading Cooking time*: 15-20 min Recommended equipment: grill or drip tray supplied Tips and variations: • The chicken breast can also be served cold, cut into cubes or strips and accompanied with a tasty salad of rocket or mixed leaves with a tangy dressing of balsamic vinegar or citrus juice. • As an alternative, you can use turkey breast of the same size. 50 P OULTRY Serves 4/8 Serves 4/8 4/8 slices of chicken breast (no less than 1 cm thick) olive oil garlic salt, pepper sage, rosemary
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*Optimal cooking times will automatically be determined by the selected function (6TH SENSE RECIPES) MEDITERRANEAN GILTHEAD Serves 3/6 Serves 3/6 Clean and scale the fish. Fillet the cod, removing the bones. Grease a oven proof dish with the olive oil, season the fillets with salt and pepper and place them in the dish. Quarter the cherry tomatoes and arrange them on top of the fish. Chop the olives, basil and garlic all together and sprinkle over the fish. Season lightly with salt. Splash the white wine on top and finish off with a drizzle of olive oil. Bake in the oven. Select “FISH” from the “RECIPES” menu then the “MEDITERRANEAN GILTHEAD” recipe and confirm. Notes: __________________________________________ Preparation: 30 min Cooking time*: 30-40 min Recommended equipment: shallow oven proof dish (approx. 26cm long) Tips and variations: • In alternative to the cod, you can use any other fish of the same size (sea bass, plaice, gilt-head) 51 F ISH 3-6 cods weighing 350/400g each 150g of cherry tomatoes 130g of taggiasche olives 25g of fresh basil 2 cloves of garlic 100 ml of white wine salt, pepper
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SALMON WITH HERBS Cut the fillet into 4/5 parts. Grease a oven proof dish with half the olive oil. Rub salt and pepper all over the salmon and place it in the dish. Chop the bread, basil, thyme and garlic together and spread this crumb mixture generously over the salmon. Select “FISH” from the “RECIPES” menu then the “SALMON WITH HERBS” recipe and confirm. Notes: __________________________________________ Preparation: 20 min Cooking time*: 15-25 min Recommended equipment: shallow oven proof dish (approx. 26cm long) Tips and variations: • Serve the salmon with steamed potatoes to bring out the flavour of the fish. 52 F ISH Serves 4 Serves 4 600/700g of salmon fillet 10g of olive oil 100g of white or sliced bread 1 heaped teaspoon of dried thyme – or a few sprigs of fresh thyme (10g) 1 heaped teaspoon of dried basil – or, even better, a few leaves of fresh basil (15g) 1 clove of garlic salt *Optimal cooking times will automatically be determined by the selected function (6TH SENSE RECIPES)
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53 FISH IN CRUST Serves 4 Serves 4 Preparing the salt crust: Mix the flour, salt, water and all the finely chopped herbs to obtain a uniform dough. Scale, gut and wash the fish, dry it well and fillet it. Roll out a base of salt pastry, place the fish fillets on top, brush the edges of the pastry with beaten egg and cover with another layer of pastry ½ cm thick, trying to follow the shape of the fish. Brush with beaten egg and bake in the oven. Select “FISH” from the “RECIPES” menu then the “FISH IN CRUST” recipe and confirm. Notes: __________________________________________ Preparation: 40 min Cooking time*: 40-50 min Recommended equipment: drip tray or baking tray supplied Tips and variations: • You can sprinkle some chopped herbs over the fish fillets. • Serve the fish fillets accompanied by a creamy fish sauce flavoured with fennel seeds. • The fillets can also be served with steamed potatoes. 53 F ISH 4 sea bass or cod weighing 300g each 500g of table salt 500 g of plain flour 300g of water pink pepper fresh thyme fennel seeds parsley 1 clove of garlic some rosemary marjoram 1 egg *Optimal cooking times will automatically be determined by the selected function (6TH SENSE RECIPES)
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ROAST POTATOES Peel, wash and cut the potatoes into small pieces and place them in the drip tray lined with greaseproof paper. Sprinkle with salt and rosemary. Drizzle with plenty of oil and stir. >The oven will signal when to stir the potatoes.< Select “VEGETABLES” from the “RECIPES” menu then the “ROAST POTATOES” recipe and confirm. Notes: __________________________________________ Preparation: 20 min Cooking time*: 30-40 min Recommended equipment: drip tray or baking tray supplied Tips and variations: • If you like, you can use new pota- toes and cook them in their jackets. • Flavour the potatoes before cooking with a few cloves of garlic and some shallots. 54 V EGETABLES Serves 4/6 Serves 4/6 1.5 kg of potatoes some rosemary olive oil salt *Optimal cooking times will automatically be determined by the selected function (6TH SENSE RECIPES)
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55 V EGETABLES VEGETARIAN STRUDEL Cut the vegetables into julienne strips and cook them in the pan for a few minutes with a little olive oil, trying to keep them crunchy. Let the vegetables cool. Add the cheese chopped into fine strips, the strips of tomato, the basil and then season with salt and pepper. Roll out the puff pastry and spread the vegetable filling out in the centre. Brush the edges of the pastry lightly with beaten egg and fold them over to seal the strudel. Brush the strudel with beaten egg and bake on the drip tray lined with greaseproof paper. Select “VEGETABLES” from the “RECIPES” menu the “VEGETARIAN STRUDEL” recipe and confirm. Notes: _____________________________________ Preparation: 40 min Cooking time*: 30-40 min Recommended equipment: drip tray and baking tray supplied Tips and variations: • Serve the strudel accompanied by a light sauce of fresh tomatoes flavoured with basil. *Optimal cooking times will automatically be determined by the selected function (6TH SENSE RECIPES) Serves 8 Serves 8 500g of puff pastry 1 egg 150g of cheese (toma or emmenthal) 15g of basil 1 aubergine 2 courgettes 1 red pepper 1 yellow pepper 1 leek 2 vine tomatoes NOTE: if you have to combine two sheets of pastry to reach the suggested weight, overlap them a little to create a single rectangular sheet of pastry. POTATO GRATIN Peel and finely slice the potatoes. Place a knob of butter in the casserole dish and sauté the chopped garlic and shallots, then add the milk and cream. Arrange the potatoes in the buttered oven proof dish. Pour the milk and cream mixture over the potatoes and season with salt, pepper and nutmeg. Sprinkle the grated cheese over the potatoes. Lastly, dot with butter. Select “VEGETABLES” from the “RECIPES” menu then the “POTATO GRATIN” recipe and confirm. Notes: _____________________________________ Preparation: 30 min Cooking time*: 55-65 min Recommended equipment: oven proof dish (approx. 28cm long) Tips and variations: • Before cooking, add 150g of porcini mushrooms (sliced thinly and cooked with olive oil, parsley and garlic) or a tablespoon of dried porcini mushrooms (soaked and then chopped). *Optimal cooking times will automatically be determined by the selected function (6TH SENSE RECIPES) Serves 4/6 Serves 4/6 1Kg of potatoes 150 g of grated gruyère cheese 200 ml of milk 250 ml of cream 40 g of butter 1 clove of garlic 15g of shallots salt, pepper, nutmeg
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*Optimal cooking times will automatically be determined by the selected function (6TH SENSE RECIPES) Notes: __________________________________________ 56 V EGETABLES TOMATO GRATIN Cut the tomatoes in half and scoop out the seeds. Salt the tomatoes and then turn them upside down on a tea towel to drain. Prepare the herby bread mix by blitzing the sliced bread, basil, parsley, garlic, olive oil, salt and pepper together in a food processor. Stuff the tomatoes with the bread mixture and arrange them in a oven proof dish. Drizzle with olive oil and bake in the oven. Select “VEGETABLES” from the “RECIPES” menu then the “TOMATO GRATIN” recipe and confirm. Preparation: 30 min Cooking time*: 30-40 min Recommended equipment: oven proof dish (approx. 26cm long) Tips and variations: • If you like, add a few mint leaves to the herby bread for extra flavour. • Stuffed tomatoes can be served cold as a summer hors d’oeuvres. Serves 4/6 Serves 4/6 4/8 vine tomatoes 130g of sliced bread with crusts cut off 15g of basil 10g of parsley ½ clove of garlic 2 tablespoons of olive oil salt, pepper
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*Optimal cooking times will automatically be determined by the selected function (6TH SENSE RECIPES) VEGETABLE GRATIN Serves 4/6 Serves 4/6 Wash and cut the vegetables. Blanche the vegetables for a few minutes in boiling, salted water, then drain and dry them. Butter the dish and add the vegetables to it. Cover with the bechamel sauce. Mix the breadcrumbs and cheese together and sprinkle over the bechamel sauce. Dot with butter. To make the bechamel sauce: Melt the butter, pour in the flour, mixing thoroughly all the time to prevent any lumps forming. Add the milk a little at a time and continue cooking, stirring constantly until the sauce reaches the desired consistency. Once cooked, season with a little salt and a pinch of grated nutmeg. Select “VEGETABLES” from the “RECIPES” menu then the “VEGETABLE GRATIN” recipe and confirm. Notes: __________________________________________ Preparation: 40 min Cooking time*: 10-15 min Recommended equipment: shallow oven proof dish (approx. 26cm long) Tips and variations: • Use smoked Ceder in place of gruyère. 57 V EGETABLES 750g of vegetables (for example, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, leeks, cauliflower, fennel) 40g of grated gruyère type cheese 1 tablespoon of breadcrumbs a little butter (to taste) For the bechamel sauce: 25 g of butter 30 g of flour 500 ml of milk salt, nutmeg
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*Optimal cooking times will automatically be determined by the selected function (6TH SENSE RECIPES) STUFFED PEPPER Cut the peppers in half. Remove the seeds and the ribs. Soak the bread in the milk and then squeeze it dry. Mix together the meat, cooked ham, bread, cheese and chopped herbs to taste. Stuff the peppers with this mixture and place them in the dish. Drizzle with olive oil. Select “VEGETABLES” from the “RECIPES” menu then the “STUFFED PEPPER” recipe and confirm. Notes: __________________________________________ Preparation: 30 min Cooking time*: 50-60 min Recommended equipment: rectangular non-stick dish 58 V EGETABLES Serves 8 Serves 8 4 medium sized peppers 150g of sausage meat 150g of minced beef 150 g of cooked ham, chopped 200 g stale or sliced bread 50g of Ceder cheese, roughly chopped milk as required. 2 cloves of garlic sage, rosemary, basil olive oil
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*Optimal cooking times will automatically be determined by the selected function (6TH SENSE RECIPES) FRUIT TART Serves 6/8 Serves 6/8 To make the base: Cream the softened butter and sugar together. Add the eggs, salt, lemon rind and flour and knead together briefly. Place this pastry mixture in the refrigerator for about 30 minutes. Butter the dish and dust it with flour. Roll out the pastry and use it to line the bottom and sides of the dish. Prick the pastry with a fork and bake in the oven. Once cooked, remove the pastry case from the oven and allow it to cool before filling it. To make the confectioner’s custard: Bring the milk with the lemon rind to the boil. Mix the sugar, flour, eggs and vanilla essence together in a bowl. Slowly add the milk to the mixture. Bring back to the boil and then switch off immediately. Remove from the heat and allow to cool, stirring from time to time. Slice the fruit. When the confectioner’s custard has cooled, spread it over the bottom of the tart, decorate with the fruit and glaze with the gelatin for desserts. Select “DESSERT” from the “RECIPES” menu then the “FRUIT TART” recipe and confirm. Notes: __________________________________________ Preparation: 40 min Cooking time*: 28-38 min Recommended equipment: Shallow pie dish (diameter 28 cm - 30 cm) Tips and variations: • If you like, you can add a layer of sponge cake between the confectioner’s custard and the fresh fruit. • For a jam tart, before cooking spread the jam of your choice (strawberry, apricot, fig, peach) over the pastry base and decorate with the remaining pastry. 59 D ESSERT For the shortcrust pastry: 300 g of plain flour 1 whole egg and 2 yolks 180 g of butter 150 g of sugar grated rind of one lemon 1 pinch of salt 1 tspn. of vanilla essence For the confectioner’s custard: 500 ml of milk 3 egg yolks 1 whole egg 125 g of sugar 50 g of flour ½ tspn. of vanilla essence rind of half a lemon seasonal fruit gelatin for desserts (to taste)
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STRUDEL Soak the raisins in a little rum. Peel and finely slice the apples. Drain and dry the raisins and place them in a bowl along with the apples, almonds, orange peel, biscuit crumbs, sugar, cinnamon and jam and mix all the ingredients together thoroughly. Roll the pastry out on a floured work surface to obtain a rectangle the same size as the baking tray. Line the baking tray with greaseproof paper and then add the pastry. Place the filling in a line along the middle of the pastry. Wet the edges with a little milk and fold them over to seal the strudel. Lastly, brush the pastry with beaten egg. Select “DESSERTS” from the “RECIPES” menu, then the “STRUDEL” recipe and confirm. Notes: __________________________________________ Preparation: 40 min Cooking time*: 30-40 min Recommended equipment: baking tray supplied Tips and variations: • You can use different varieties of apple, but remember to adapt the amount of sugar depending on the sweetness of the apples used. • You can use puff pastry made with wholemeal flour. • Honey can be used instead of some of the sugar. • A variation on the classic recipe is pear strudel made simply with fresh fruit, sugar and flakes of chocolate. 60 D ESSERT Serves 8/10 Serves 8/10 500g of puff pastry (fresh or frozen), or 2 x 250g packs of puff pastry (fresh) ready rolled 400g of apples 50g of raisins 50g of flaked or chopped almonds (or pine nuts) 40g of biscuit crumbs 60g of sugar grated peel of an orange 100g of apricot jam cinnamon 1 whole egg milk NOTE: if you have to combine two sheets of pastry to reach the suggested weight, overlap them a little to create a single rectangular sheet of pastry. *Optimal cooking times will automatically be determined by the selected function (6TH SENSE RECIPES)
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PEAR AND CHOCOLATE CAKE Serves 6/8 Serves 6/8 Beat the eggs, sugar, vanilla essence and salt together until light and fluffy. Add the softened butter and mix gently. Add the sieved flour and the yeast. Beat well until the mixture is smooth and uniform. Peel the pears, chop them into small pieces and add to the mixture. Add the flakes of chocolate too. Pour the mixture into a buttered cake tin which has been dusted with flour. Select “DESSERT” from the “RECIPES” menu, then the “PEAR AND CHOCOLATE CAKE” recipe and confirm. Notes: __________________________________________ Preparation: 30 min Cooking time*: 45-55 min Recommended equipment: deep metal cake tin (diameter approx. 26cm) Tips and variations: • In alternative to the chocolate flakes, you can use 80 g of flaked almonds. • Some of the pears can be cut into segments and arranged in a decorative sunburst pattern on top. • The cake without chocolate can be served with custard flavoured with grappa. 61 3 eggs 170 g of sugar 150 g of butter 250 g of plain flour 10g of baking powder 1 pinch of salt 2/3 pears (approx. 200g) 1 tspn. of vanilla essence 80g of dark chocolate flakes *Optimal cooking times will automatically be determined by the selected function (6TH SENSE RECIPES) D ESSERT
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MARBLE CAKE Beat the sugar and vanilla essence with the eggs (which should be of room temperature) to obtain a creamy mixture. Add the softened butter. Sieve the flour and add the yeast. Add the flour and milk a little at a time, stirring all the while to obtain a thick mixture. Butter the ring cake mould, dust it with flour and pour in half of the mixture. Take the remaining mixture and stir in the sieved cocoa powder. Next pour the second half of the mixture into the tin and try to create a two-colour spiral, swirling the mixture with a fork. Select “DESSERT” from the “RECIPES” menu then the “MARBLE CAKE” recipe and confirm. Notes: __________________________________________ Preparation: 30 min Cooking time*: 45-55 min Recommended equipment: metal ring cake mould (diameter 26cm, height 8/10cm approx.); Alternatively, a loaf tin (30 cm x 10 cm) Tips and variations: • Serve the cake accompanied by coffee flavoured custard. 62 D ESSERT Serves 6/8 Serves 6/8 250 g of plain flour 150 g of butter 180 g of sugar 1 tspn. of vanilla essence 200 ml of milk 3 eggs 8 g (1 1/2 teaspoon) of baking powder 30g of cocoa powder *Optimal cooking times will automatically be determined by the selected function (6TH SENSE RECIPES)
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CHEESE CAKE Serves 6/8 Serves 6/8 Crumble the biscuits into a bowl. Melt the butter and add it to the biscuits. Line the bottom of a cake tin with greaseproof paper and pour the mixture into the tin, lightly pressing it down over the base. Beat the eggs, sugar and ricotta together and spread this mixture over the biscuit base. Bake in the oven and then allow to cool. Glaze with the jam. Select “DESSERT” from the “RECIPES” menu then the “CHEESE CAKE” recipe and confirm. Notes: __________________________________________ Preparation: 30 min Cooking time*: 38-50 min Recommended equipment: deep metal cake tin (diameter approx. 26 cm) Tips and variations: • In alternative to fruits of the forest jam, you can use: blackberry, blueberry or raspberry jam. 63 280g of tea biscuits 100 g of butter 3 eggs 100g of sugar 280g of ricotta cheese fruits of the forest jam *Optimal cooking times will automatically be determined by the selected function (6TH SENSE RECIPES) D ESSERT
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Cream the eggs and sugar together. Mix the two flours with the baking powder and salt. Add the flour mixture to the eggs, yoghurt, oil, orange juice and grated rind. Mix the ingredients together well. Pour the mixture into a buttered, floured cake tin. Bake in the oven. Select “DESSERT” from the “RECIPES” menu then the “YOGHURT CAKE” recipe and confirm. Notes: __________________________________________ Preparation: 30 min Cooking time*: 45-60 min Recommended equipment: deep metal cake tin (diameter approx. 26cm) Tips and variations: • In alternative to rye flour you can use wholemeal wheat flour. • Serve the cake with creamy natural yoghurt. 64 Serves 6/8 Serves 6/8 200 g of sugar 3 whole eggs 200g of plain white flour 100g of wholemeal rye flour 125g of yoghurt 17g of baking powder 60g of mild oil 1 orange, juice and rind 1 pinch of salt *Optimal cooking times will automatically be determined by the selected function (6TH SENSE RECIPES) D ESSERT YOGHURT CAKE
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