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[. . . ] It combines craftsmanship and innovation, putting the technology of today at the service of the finest traditions of the chef’s art. So much more is put into the Rosières Bocuse – so you can get so much more out of it. Let your creative cooking have free rein and enjoy experiencing the world of cuisine complet with your Rosières Bocuse. Bon appetit! 3- COOKER : RBC 127 TOP LEFT Ultra-rapid 4 kW safety gas burner, with electronic ignition The hot plate can be replaced with the meat griddle TOP RIGHT 4 safety gas burners with electronic ignition front left, ultra-rapid 3. 5 kW back left, semi-rapid 1. 40 kW front right, semi-rapid 1. 40 kW back right, rapid Mijorose simmer safe burner 2. 20 kW RIGHT OVEN Electric Conventional cooking with 4 cooking functions Oven, either catalytic or superenamel Equipped with end of cooking timer Thermostat control indicator light LEFT OVEN Electric Multi-function, 7 cooking functions Pyrolytic cleaning Equipped with clock programmer for controlling the cooking and pyrolytic functions Thermostat control indicator light and pyrolytic cycle indicator -4 Section 1 An introduction to your Rosières Bocuse cooker Eager though you will be to start using your new Rosières Bocuse cooker, we advise that you take time to get acquainted: after all, this is going to be a long and creative relationship. [. . . ] cooking for 6 200-220°C 200-220°C 1 hour 1 hour/kg Pâté en croûte Conv. cooking Chicory with gruyere Jacket potatoes Fan cooking for 6 180-200°C 25-30 min Fan cooking for 6 200-220°C about 1 hour Soufflé, savoury /sweet Fan cooking Stuffed tomatoes Pilau rice Leek flan for 6 180-200°C 50-60 min mould Ø 22 Fan cooking Lower element Fan + Lower element 6-8 pieces 300 g 200-220°C 200°C 40-45 min 25 min for 6 220°C 220°C 35-40 min 45-50 min Flat pan Quiche Lorraine Toast with cheese* Fan for 6 + Lower element Turbo grill 6 pieces 210°C 3 min to toast one side + 4 min/cheese Dauphiné (cheese-topped Turbo grill dish)* Sausages* Turbo grill 6 portions 200°C 45 min Oval dish 4 pieces 210°C 2 X 10 min Turn over Half way through cooking Flat pan All the cooking was done at shelf position “1” except cooking marked “*”, which requires cooking at a middle shelf position. 17- BAKING Avoid using shiny tins as they reflect heat and can spoil your cakes. If your cakes brown too quickly, cover them with grease-proof paper or aluminium foil. Caution: the correct way to use foil is with the shiny side in towards the cake. If not the heat is reflected by the shiny surface and does not penetrate the food. Avoid opening the door during the first 20 to 25 minutes of cooking: soufflés, brioche, sponge cakes will tend to fall. You can check if cakes are done by pricking the centre with a knife blade or skewer. If the blade comes out nice and dry, your cake is ready and you can stop cooking. If the blade comes out moist or with bits of cake attached, continue baking but slightly lower the thermostat so that it is finished off without burning. Recipe Cooking Quantity Method 1. 5 kg Cooking °C Cooking time 50-60 min Shelf level Hints Cake Fruit tart in batter Pound cake Filled pie Brioche Sponge cake Conv. cooking Fan cooking Fan cooking for 6 1. 5 kg for 6 800 g 200-220°C 200-220°C 200-220°C 200°C 180-200°C 180-200°C 40-50 min 45-50 min 40-45 min 40-45 min 35-40 min 30-35 min 35 min 20-30 min 1 1 1 1 1 Ø 27 Ø 27 Ø 27 Ø 27 Genoese cake Fan cooking Choux pastry Pastry base Puff pastry e. g. bouchée Meringues Fan cooking Fan cooking 40 pieces for 6 190°C 180-200°C 1 and 3 1 2 trays Ø 27 Fan cooking 6 pieces 200°C 80-85°C 15-20 min 4½ hours 1 1 Fan 1 tray + Lower element* Fan for 6 + Lower element* Fruit tart 220°C 35-40 min 1 * with fan and lower element cooking method, we recommend at first a preheating with fan cooking to save time. -18 COOKER EQUIPMENT THE MULTI PURPOSE HOT PLATE/SUPER BURNER AND ACCESSORIES Hot plate Hook Griddle Wok support . ENAMEL CAST-IRON PARTS - when the cooker is cold, clean using a nonabrasive liquid detergent, rinse and wipe off with a clean dry cloth. -20 OVENS . Whatever the cleaning method, do not let fatty residues accumulate inside the oven. Never line the oven sides with aluminium foil or single-use commercial protection; this concentrates the heat causing the enamel to deteriorate. lift the hinge pins (photo 2) and pull the door upwards partially closing it until released. For installation, make sure you reposition the hinges carefully; a notch located below them (photo 3) lets you fit the hinges correctly. After the door is put back on its supports, fit the hinge pins in their initial position as in photo 4. 1: initial position with pin to bottom 2: lift the pin 3: hinge notch <------------ Removal --------------------> <----------------- Installation --------------> - Oven door glass: after each use of the oven, wipe using absorbent kitchen roll. If there is a lot of spattering, clean the glass with a sponge and detergent. - Oven lighting: Disconnect all power supplies from the oven before cleaning or replacing the bulb. The bulb and its cover are made of material resistant to high temperatures. Bulb characteristics: 230 V AC - 25 W – Base E 14 - Temperature 300°C. after replacing the defective bulb, screw back the protective glass cover. Section 4 21- LEFT PYROLYTIC OVEN Pyrolytic cleaning uses high temperatures to destroy soiling. [. . . ] The table on page 28 gives the dimension “X” in mm; it may be necessary to adjust this setting in a range +/- 1 mm to improve the flame’s appearance and quality. 1 – Top burners: To access the burner air rings, remove the burner grills and caps. The air ring is located in the extension of the burner body, and fixed with a screw. Install the various parts again. Semi-rapid or rapid burner Cote «x» Ultra-rapid burner C o te «x» "X" Section 6 27- ADJUSTING THE AIR RING 2 - Hot plate burner: The air ring is located in the extension of the burner body. Adjust the air ring according to the dimension given in the table below. [. . . ]


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