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|rpietro||1:54am on Saturday, September 18th, 2010|
|Panasonic Microwave 1300 Watts is right for me. I just have to get used to zapping food for less time. The packaging was a problem.|
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|Nice model My 10 year old Panasonic broke, and I decided to stick with that brand. This model is very similar in looks.|
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|The little Microwave Oven that could... During our kitchen remodel. Love it! Just the right size! Just got this microwave... read all the reviews and decided to get this for my home.|
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Microwave Oven Models: NN-SD787/SD797/ SD987/SD997
Precautions..Inside cover Important Safety Instructions.1-3 Installation and Grounding Instructions..3-4 Safety Precautions..5-6
Microwave Recipes..19 Timer Feature (Kitchen Timer/Stand Time/Delay Start)..20 Microwave Shortcuts..21-22 Food Characteristics..23 Cooking Techniques..23-24 Quick Guide to Operation..28
Control Panel...9 Starting to Use Your Oven.10 Setting the Clock..10 Child Safety Lock..10 Function Features..11 Selecting Power & Cook Time.12 Quick Min Feature.12 Keep Warm Feature..12 Popcorn Feature..13 More/Less Feature..13 Inverter Turbo Defrost Feature.14 Defrosting Tips & Techniques.14-15 Sensor Reheat Feature..16 Sensor Cook Feature.16 Sensor Cook Chart..17-18
Care and Cleaning of Your Microwave Oven..25 Accessory Purchases.25 Before Requesting Service.26 Limited Warranty & Customer Service Directory...27
Cookware Guide.7 Oven Components Diagram.8 Specifications..29 Users Record..30
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY BEFORE USING THE OVEN. Para instrucciones en espaol, voltee el libro. For assistance, please call: 1-800-211-PANA(7262)
or send e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit us at www.panasonic.com For assistance, please call: 787-750-4300 or visit us at www.panasonicpr.com (U.S.A)
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Microwave Oven Safety
Your safety and the safety of others are very important.
We have provided important safety messages in this manual and on your appliance. Always read and obey all safety messages. This is the safety alert symbol. It is used to alert you to potential hazards that can kill or hurt you and others. All safety messages will follow the safety alert symbol and either the word DANGER, WARNING or CAUTION. These words mean:
DANGER WARNING CAUTION
You can be killed or seriously injured if you dont immediately follow instructions. You can be killed or seriously injured if you dont follow instructions. You can be exposed to a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in minor or moderate injury.
All safety messages will tell you what the potential hazard is, tell you how to reduce the chance of injury, and tell you what can happen if the instructions are not followed.
PRECAUTIONS TO AVOID POSSIBLE EXPOSURE TO EXCESSIVE MICROWAVE ENERGY
(a) Do not attempt to operate this oven with the door open since open-door operation can result in harmful exposure to microwave energy. It is important not to defeat or tamper with the safety interlocks. (b) Do not place any object between the oven front face and the door or allow soil or cleaner residue to accumulate on sealing surfaces. (c) Do not operate the oven if it is damaged. It is particularly important that the oven door close properly and that there is no damage to the: (1) door (bent), (2) hinges and latches (broken or loosened), (3) door seals and sealing surfaces. (d) The oven should not be adjusted or repaired by anyone except properly qualified service personnel.
18. Superheated Liquids Liquids, such as water, coffee, or tea are able to be overheated beyond the boiling point without showing evidence (or signs) of boiling. Visible bubbling is not always present when the container is removed from the microwave oven. THIS COULD RESULT IN VERY HOT LIQUIDS SUDDENLY BOILING OVER WHEN THE CONTAINER IS DISTURBED OR A UTENSIL IS INSERTED INTO THE LIQUID. To reduce the risk of injury to persons: (a) STIR THE LIQUID BOTH BEFORE AND HALFWAY THROUGH HEATING IT. (b) Do not heat water and oil, or fats together. The film of oil will trap steam, and may cause a violent eruption. (c) DO NOT use straight-sided containers with narrow necks. (d) After heating, allow the container to stand in the microwave oven for a short time before removing the container. 19. DO NOT cook directly on the turntable. It can crack, and cause injury or damage to the oven.
TO AVOID THE RISK OF SHOCK:
DO NOT remove outer panel from oven. Repairs must be done only by a qualified service person.
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF EXPOSURE TO MICROWAVE ENERGY:
DO NOT tamper with, or make any adjustments or repairs to Door, Control Panel Frame, Safety Interlock Switches, or any other part of oven, microwave leakage may result.
TO AVOID THE RISK OF FIRE:
1. DO NOT operate the oven empty. The microwave energy will reflect continuously throughout the oven causing overheating and damage, if food or water is not present to absorb energy. 2. DO NOT store flammable materials next to, on top of, or in the oven. 3. DO NOT dry clothes, newspapers or other materials in the oven, or use newspaper or paper bags for cooking. 4. DO NOT hit or strike Control Panel. Damage to controls may occur. 5. DO NOT use recycled paper products unless the paper product is labeled as safe for microwave oven use. Recycled paper products may contain impurities which may cause sparking.
TO AVOID THE RISK OF SCALDING:
POT HOLDERS should always be used when removing items from the oven. Heat is transferred from the HOT food to the cooking container and from the container to the Glass Tray. The Glass Tray can also be very HOT after removing the cooking container from the oven.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
For proper use of your oven, read remaining safety cautions and operating instructions.
(continued) Glass Tray
1. DO NOT operate the oven without the Roller Ring and the Glass Tray in place. 2. DO NOT operate the oven without the Glass Tray fully engaged on the drive hub. Improper cooking or damage to the oven could result. Verify that the Glass Tray is properly engaged and rotating by observing its rotation when you press Start. Note: The Glass Tray can turn in either direction. 3. Use only the Glass Tray specifically designed for this oven. DO NOT substitute any other glass tray. 4. If the Glass Tray is hot, allow to cool before cleaning or placing in water. 5. DO NOT cook directly on the Glass Tray. Always place food in a microwave safe dish, or on a rack set in a microwave safe dish. 6. If food or a utensil on the Glass Tray touches oven walls causing the tray to stop moving, the tray will automatically rotate in the opposite direction.
Popcorn may be popped in a microwave oven corn popper. Microwave popcorn which pops in its own package is also available. Follow popcorn manufacturers directions and use a brand suitable for the cooking power of your microwave oven. CAUTION: When using pre-packaged microwave popcorn, you can follow recommended package instructions or use the popcorn pad (refer to page 13). Otherwise, the popcorn may not pop adequately or may ignite and cause a fire. Never leave oven unattended when popping popcorn. Allow the popcorn bag to cool before opening, always open the bag facing away from your face and body to prevent steam burns.
3) DEEP FAT FRYING
DO NOT deep fat fry in your microwave oven. Cooking oils may burst into flames and may cause damage to the oven and perhaps result in burns. Microwave utensils may not withstand the temperature of the hot oil, and can shatter or melt.
4) FOODS WITH NONPOROUS SKINS
DO NOT COOK/REHEAT WHOLE EGGS, WITH OR WITHOUT THE SHELL. Steam buildup in whole eggs may cause them to explode, and possibly damage the oven or cause injury. Reheating SLICED hard-boiled eggs and cooking SCRAMBLED eggs is safe. Potatoes, apples, whole squash and sausages are examples of foods with nonporous skins. These types of foods must be pierced before microwave cooking to prevent them from exploding. CAUTION: Cooking dry or old potatoes can cause fire.
5) GLASS TRAY / COOKING CONTAINERS / FOIL
Cooking containers get hot during microwaving. Heat is transferred from the HOT food to the container and the Glass Tray. Use pot holders when removing containers from the oven or when removing lids or plastic wrap covers from cooking containers, to avoid burns. The Glass Tray will get hot during cooking. It should be allowed to cool before handling or before paper products, such as paper plates or microwave popcorn bags, are placed in the oven for microwave cooking. When using foil in the oven, allow at least 1-inch (2.5 cm) of space between foil and interior oven walls or door. Dishes with metallic trim should not be used, as arcing may occur.
6) PAPER TOWELS / CLOTHS
DO NOT use paper towels or cloths which contain a synthetic fiber woven into them. The synthetic fiber may cause the towel to ignite. Use paper toweling under supervision.
7) BROWNING DISHES / OVEN COOKING BAGS
Browning dishes or grills are designed for microwave cooking only. Always follow instructions provided by the manufacturer. DO NOT preheat browning dish more than 6 minutes. If an oven cooking bag is used for microwave cooking, prepare according to package directions. DO NOT use a wire twist-tie to close bag, instead use plastic ties, cotton string or a strip cut from the open end of the bag.
DO NOT use a conventional meat thermometer in your oven. Arcing may occur. Microwave safe thermometers are available for both meat and candy.
9) BABY FORMULA / BABY FOOD
DO NOT heat baby formula or baby food in the microwave oven. The glass jar or surface of the food may appear warm while the interior can be so hot as to burn the infants mouth and esophagus.
10) REHEATING PASTRY PRODUCTS
When reheating pastry products, check temperatures of any fillings before eating. Some foods have fillings which heat faster and can be extremely hot, while the surface remains warm to the touch (ex. Jelly Donuts).
11) GENERAL OVEN USAGE GUIDELINES
DO NOT use the oven for any purpose other than the preparation of food.
ITEM Aluminum Foil MICROWAVE COMMENTS Yes for Small strips of foil can be molded around thin parts of Shielding meat or poultry to prevent overcooking. Arcing can occur only if foil is too close to oven wall or door and damage to your oven will result. Browning dishes are designed for microwave cooking Yes only. Check browning dish information for instructions and heating chart. Do not preheat for more than 6 minutes. No May cause a fire in the oven. Check manufacturers' use and care directions for use in Yes microwave heating. Some dinnerware may state on the back of the dish, Oven-Microwave Safe. ? Use CONTAINER TEST below. Yes Some frozen foods are packaged in these dishes. Can be purchased in grocery stores. No No Yes No Yes No No Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes, use caution No Yes, use caution Yes Yes, use caution Yes No Yes Metal handle may cause arcing. Metal can cause arcing and damage to your oven. Heat only 1 tray in the oven at one time. Most glass jars are not heat resistant. Do not use for cooking or reheating. Ideal for microwave cooking and browning. (See CONTAINER TEST below) Not recommended for use in microwave ovens. Metal can cause arcing and damage to your oven. May cause arcing which could cause a fire in the oven. Follow manufacturers' directions. Close bag with the nylon tie provided, a strip cut from the end of the bag, or a piece of cotton string. Do not close with metal twist-tie. Make six 1/2-inch (1 cm) slits near the closure. Use to warm cooked foods, and to cook foods that require short cooking times such as hot dogs. Use to warm rolls and sandwiches, only if labeled safe for microwave use. Recycled paper products may contain impurities which may cause sparks. Use as a cover to prevent spattering. Safe for use in microwave, microwave/convection and conventional ovens. Should be labeled, "Suitable for Microwave Heating." Check manufacturers directions for recommended uses. Some microwave safe plastic containers are not suitable for cooking foods with high fat or sugar content. The heat from hot food may cause the plastic to warp. This material absorbs microwave energy. Dishes get HOT! Plastic foam will melt if foods reach a high temperature. Use to reheat foods to a low serving temperature only. Use to cover food during cooking to retain moisture and prevent spattering. Should be labeled Suitable for Microwave Heating. Check package directions. Use only for short term reheating and to bring food to a low serving temperature. Wood may dry out & split or crack when used. Use only microwave safe meat and candy thermometers. Not suitable for use in microwave oven, will cause sparks and get hot. Use as a cover to prevent spattering and to retain moisture.
MENU ACTION ON/OFF (can be selected when colon or clock appears in the display window) MENU ACTION SCREEN helps you to program your oven by prompting the next step to be taken. When you become familiar with your oven, the prompt can be turned off. 3 taps OFF 3 more taps *ON Prompting Guide will not appear Prompting Guide will appear.
DEMO MODE ON/OFF Demo mode is designed for retail store display. In this mode, the oven can be demonstrated with no power in the oven. 4 taps ON 4 more taps *OFF * DEFAULT MODE The oven is in Demo mode. The oven is not in Demo mode.
Selecting Power & Cook Time
Example: To cook at P 6 (MEDIUM) power for 1 minute 30 seconds
Automatic features are provided for your convenience. If results are not suitable to your individual preference or if serving size is other than what is listed on page 17, please refer to manual cooking.
Press 5 times
2. Time Dial
Press Power Level until the desired power level appears in the display window. Set Cooking Time, using Time Select Dial to 1 minutes and 30 seconds.
Quick Min Feature
This feature allows you to set or add cooking time in 1 minute increments up to 10 minutes.
To Set Cooking Time:
Press Quick Min until the desired cooking time (up to 10 minutes) appears in the display window. Power Level is pre-set at P10. Press Start. Cooking begins and the time will count down. At the end of cooking, 5 beeps sound.
Press Start. Cooking will start. The time in the display window will count down.
Power Level Press P10 (HIGH) once P9 twice Ptimes P7 (MED-HIGH) 4 times P6 (MEDIUM) 5 times Ptimes Ptimes P3 (MED-LOW)/DEFROST 8 times Ptimes P1 (LOW) 10 times NOTES: 1. For more than one stage cooking, repeat steps 1 and 2 for each stage of cooking before pressing Start Pad. The maximum number of stages for cooking is 5. When operating, two beeps will sound between each stage. Five beeps will sound at the end of the entire sequence. 2. When selecting P10 (HIGH) power for the first stage, you may begin at step 2. 3. When selecting P10 (HIGH) power, the maximum programmable time is 30 minutes. For other power levels, the maximum time is 90 minutes. 4. For reheating, use P10 (HIGH) for liquids, P7 (MED-HIGH) for most foods and P6 (MEDIUM) for dense foods. 5. For defrosting, use P3 (MED-LOW). DO NOT OVER COOK. This oven requires less time to cook than an older unit. Over cooking will cause food to dry out and may cause a fire. A microwave ovens cooking power tells you the amount of microwave power available for cooking.
NOTES: 1. If desired, you can use other power levels. Select desired power level before setting cooking time. 2. Quick Min Pad can be used to add more time during manual cooking.
Keep Warm Feature
This feature will keep food warm for up to 30 minutes after cooking. Example: To keep 2 cups of gravy warm
1. 2. Time Dial
Press Keep Warm. Set warming time, up to 30 minutes.
Press Start. Keep Warm will start. The time in the display window will count down.
NOTE: Keep Warm can be programmed as the final stage after cook time/s have been manually entered. It cannot be used in combination with sensor or auto features.
Example: To pop 3.5 oz. of popcorn
For Popcorn: By using the More/Less Pad, the programs can be adjusted to cook popcorn for a longer or shorter time if desired. 1 tap = Adds Approx. 10 secs. 2 taps = Adds Approx. 20 secs. 3 taps = Subtracts Approx. 10 secs. 4 taps = Subtracts Approx. 20 secs. 5 taps = original setting Press More/Less pad before pressing Start. For Sensor Reheat/Cook: Preferences for food doneness vary with each individual. After having used the Sensor Reheat/Cook feature a few times, you may decide you would prefer your food cooked to a different doneness. 1 tap = More (Adds Approx. 10% time) 2 taps = Less (Subtracts Approx. 10% time) 3 taps = original setting Press More/Less pad before pressing Start.
Press Popcorn until the desired size appears in the display window. Press Weight once 3.5 oz (99 g) twice 3.0 oz (85 g) 3 times 1.75 oz (50 g) (see More/Less Feature.)
Press Start. After several seconds, cooking time appears in the display window and begins to count down.
NOTES ON POPCORN FEATURE: 1. Pop one bag at a time. 2. Place bag in oven according to manufacturers directions. 3. Start with popcorn at room temperature. 4. Allow popped corn to sit unopened for a few minutes. 5. Open bag carefully to prevent burns, because steam will escape. 6. Do not reheat unpopped kernels or reuse bag. NOTE: If popcorn is of a different weight than listed, follow instructions on popcorn package. Never leave the oven unattended. If popping slows to 2 to 3 seconds between pops, stop oven. Overcooking can cause fire. REMARKS: When popping multiple bags one right after the other, the cooking times may vary slightly. This does not affect the popcorn results.
Inverter Turbo Defrost Feature
This feature allows you to defrost foods such as: meat, poultry and seafood simply by entering the weight. Example: To defrost 1.5 pounds of meat Place food on microwave safe dish. Conversion Chart: Follow the chart to convert ounces or hundredths of a pound into tenths of a pound. To use Inverter Turbo Defrost, enter the weight of the food in lbs. (1.0) and tenths of a lb. (0.1). If a piece of meat weighs 1.95 lbs. or 1 lb. 14 oz., enter 1.9 lbs. Ounces 0 1-2 Rotate 3-4 Press Start. Defrosting will start. The time will count down. Larger weight foods will cause a signal midway through defrosting. If 2 beeps sound, turn over, rearrange foods or shield with aluminum foil. 5 6-9 - - 14 - 15 Hundredths of a Pound.01 -.05.06 -.15.16 -.25.26 -.35.36 -.45.46 -.55.56 -.65.66 -.75.76 -.85.86 -.95 Tenths of a Pound 0.0 0.1 0.2 0.3 0.4 0.5 0.6 0.7 0.8 0.9
Press Inverter Turbo Defrost. Set weight of the food, using the Weight Select Dial to 1.5 pounds.
Defrosting Tips & Techniques
Preparation For Freezing:
1. Freeze meats, poultry, and fish in packages with only 1 or 2 layers of food. Place wax paper between layers. 2. Package in heavy-duty plastic wraps, bags (labeled For Freezer), or freezer paper. 3. Remove as much air as possible. 4. Seal securely, date, and label.
1. Remove wrapper. This helps moisture to evaporate. Juices from food can get hot and cook the food. 2. Set food in microwave safe dish. 3. Place roasts fat-side down. Place whole poultry breast-side down. 4. Select power and minimum time so that items will be under-defrosted. 5. Drain liquids during defrosting. 6. Turn over (invert) items during defrosting. 7. Shield edges and ends if needed. (See Cooking Techniques).
1. Large items may be icy in the center. Defrosting will complete during STANDING TIME. 2. Let stand, covered, following stand time directions on page 15. 3. Rinse foods indicated in the chart. 4. Items which have been layered should be rinsed separately or have a longer stand time.
FOOD Fish and Seafood [up to 3 lbs. (1.4 kg)] Crabmeat Fish Steaks Fish Fillets Sea Scallops Whole fish Meat Ground Meat Roasts [21/2-4 lbs. (1.1-1.8 kg)] Chops/Steak Ribs/T-bone Stew Meat Liver (thinly sliced) Bacon (sliced) Poultry Chicken, Whole [up to 3 lbs. (1.4 kg)] Cutlets Pieces Cornish Hens Turkey Breast [5-6 lbs. (2.3-2.7 kg)] DEFROST TIME at P3 mins (per lb) DURING DEFROSTING
AFTER DEFROSTING Stand Time Rinse
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Break apart/Rearrange Turn over 5 min. Turn over/Rearrange/Shield ends Break apart/Remove defrosted pieces Turn over Turn over/Remove defrosted 10 min. portion/Shield edges Turn over/Shield ends and 30 min. in refrig. defrosted surface Turn over/Rearrange/Shield ends and defrosted surface Turn over/Rearrange/Shield ends and defrosted surface 5 min. Break apart/Rearrange/ Remove defrosted pieces Drain liquid/Turn over/ Separate pieces Turn over ---Turn over/Shield Break apart/Turn over/ Remove defrosted Pieces Break apart/Turn over/Shield Turn over/Shield Turn over/Shield 20 min. in refrig. 5 min.
YES 10 min. 20 min. in refrig.
Sensor Reheat Feature
This sensor feature allows you to reheat cooked, refrigerated food without setting time. The oven simplifies programming. Example: To reheat a plate of food
Sensor Cook Feature
This sensor feature allows you to cook food without setting time. The oven simplifies programming. Example: To cook Frozen Entres
Press Sensor Reheat.
Sensor Menu Dial
Press Sensor Cook. Select the desired food number using the Sensor Menu Select Dial to select Frozen Entres.
(see More/Less Feature) (page 13) Press Start. Cooking starts.
Cooking is complete when 5 beeps sound. (When steam is detected by the Genius Sensor and 2 beeps sound, the remaining cooking time will appear in the display window.) NOTE: Casseroles - Add 3 to 4 tablespoons of liquid, cover with lid or vented plastic wrap. Stir when time appears in the display window. Canned foods - Empty contents into casserole dish or serving bowl, cover dish with lid or vented plastic wrap. After reheating, let stand for a few minutes. Plate of food - Arrange food on plate; top with butter, gravy, etc. Cover with lid or vented plastic wrap. After reheating, let stand for a few minutes. DO NOT USE SENSOR REHEAT: 1. To reheat bread and pastry products. Use manual power and time for these foods. 2. For raw or uncooked foods. 3. If oven cavity is warm. 4. For beverages. 5. For frozen foods.
Cooking is complete when 5 beeps sound. (When steam is detected by the Genius Sensor and 2 beeps sound, the remaining cooking time will appear in the display window.)
For the best results with the GENIUS SENSOR, follow these recommendations.
BEFORE Reheating/Cooking: 1. The room temperature surrounding the oven should be below 95 F (35 C). 2. Food weight should exceed 4 oz. (110 g). 3. Be sure the glass tray, the outside of the cooking containers and the inside of the microwave oven are dry before placing food in the oven. Residual beads of moisture turning into steam can mislead the sensor. 4. Cover food with lid, or with vented plastic wrap. Never use tightly sealed plastic containersthey can prevent steam from escaping and cause food to overcook. DURING Reheating/Cooking: DO NOT open the oven door until 2 beeps sound and cooking time appears on the Display Window. Doing so will cause inaccurate cooking since the steam from food is no longer contained within the oven cavity. Once the cooking time begins to count down, the oven door may be opened to stir, turn, or rearrange foods. AFTER Reheating/Cooking: All foods should have a stand time. 16
Sensor Cook Chart
Recipe 1. Oatmeal Hints Serving/Weight - 1 cup / Place inside a microwave safe serving bowl with (40 - 80 g) no cover. Follow manufacturers directions for preparation. 2. Breakfast Sausage 2 - 8 links Follow manufacturers directions for preparation of pre-cooked breakfast sausage. Place in a radial pattern. 2, 4 eggs 3. Omelet Follow Basic Omelet recipe on page 19. 4. Soup 1 - 2 cups (250 - 500 ml) Pour soup into a microwave safe serving bowl. For NN-SD787/SD797: Do not cover. For NNSD987/SD997: Cover with lid or vented plastic wrap. Stir after cooking. Follow manufacturers directions for preparation. After 2 beeps, stir or rearrange. Be careful when removing the film cover after cooking. Remove facing away from you to avoid steam burns. If additional time is needed, continue to cook manually. Follow manufacturers directions for preparation. For NN-SD787/SD797: Add more time of cooking if needed. Follow manufacturer's directions for preparation.
5. Frozen Entres
8 - 32 oz. (225 - 900 g)
6. Frozen Pizza (single) 7. Frozen Pocket Sandwich 8. Potatoes
8 oz. (225 g) 1 sandwich (4.5 oz.) (128 g)
1 - 4 potatoes Pierce each potato with a fork 6 times spacing (6 - 8 oz. each) around surface. Place potato or potatoes around (170 - 225 g) the edge of paper-towel-lined glass tray (Turntable), at least 1 inch (2.5 cm) apart. Do not cover. Let stand 5 minutes to complete cooking. 4 - 16 oz. (110 - 450 g) All pieces should be the same size. Wash thoroughly, add 1 tbsp. of water per 1/2 cup of vegetables, and cover with lid or vented plastic wrap. Do not salt/butter until after cooking.
9. Fresh Vegetables
Recipe Serving/Weight Hints 6 - 16 oz. 10. Frozen Vegetables Wash thoroughly, add 1 tbsp. of water per 1/2 (170 - 450 g) cup of vegetables, and cover with lid or vented plastic wrap. Do not salt/butter until after cooking. (Not suitable for vegetables in butter or sauce.) After 2 beeps, stir or rearrange. 11. Canned 15 oz. Empty contents into microwave safe serving (430 g) Vegetables bowl. Do not cover. 12. White Rice
1/2 - 11/2 cups (110 - 335 g)
Place rice with hot tap water in a microwave safe casserole dish. Cover with lid or vented plastic wrap. Let stand 5 to 10 minutes before serving. Place rice with hot tap water in a microwave safe casserole dish. Cover with lid or vented plastic wrap. Let stand 5 to 10 minutes before serving. Follow manufacturers' directions for covering or removing covers. Do not use frozen foods packaged in foil trays. Place pasta with hot tap water in a microwave safe casserole dish. Cover with lid or vented plastic wrap. Pour contents from can into microwave safe serving bowl. Cover with lid or vented plastic wrap. Stir after cooking. Break apart in glass bowl or colander. Cover with lid or vented plastic wrap. After 2 beeps, stir. Re-cover and press Start. Juices should be clear. Drain. Arrange in a single layer. Cover with lid or vented plastic wrap.
13. Brown Rice
1/2 - 11/2 cups (110 - 335 g) (maximum)
14. Frozen Dinners
11 - 16 oz. (300 - 450 g) 2 - 8 oz. (56 - 225 g) 1 - 2 cups
17. Ground Meat
16 - 32 oz. (450 - 900 g)
18. Fish Fillet
4 - 16 oz. (110 - 450 g)
2 tablespoon butter or margarine eggs tablespoons milk salt and ground black pepper, if desired Heat butter in a microwave safe 9-inch pie plate, 20 seconds at P10, or until melted. Turn the plate to coat the bottom with butter. Meanwhile, combine the remaining ingredients in a separate bowl, beat together and pour into the pie plate. Cook, covered with vented plastic wrap, using OMELET selection. Let stand 2 minutes. With a spatula, loosen the edges of the omelet from the plate, fold into thirds to serve. Always use scrambled eggs. Yield: 1 serving Approx. cooking time: 4 minutes. NOTE: Double ingredients for a 4 egg Omelet. In a 2-Qt. casserole, melt the butter for 40 seconds at P10. Add onion and garlic and cook for 1 minute at P10. Stir in flour, mustard, salt and pepper, and gradually add the milk. Cook for 3-4 minutes at P10 until sauce thickens, stirring once. Add the cheddar cheese, stirring thoroughly. Pour and stir the sauce into the macaroni, in a 3Qt. casserole.Top with bread crumbs and paprika. Cover with lid or vented plastic wrap. Cook at P6 power for 16-18 minutes. Yield: 6 servings
Beef and Macaroni Casserole
1 pound lean ground beef 1 small onion, chopped 1/2 green bell pepper, chopped 1 cup chopped celery oz. cans tomato sauce 11/4 cups water 1 cup uncooked elbow macaroni 1 teaspoon parsley 1/2 teaspoon salt 1/4 teaspoon ground black pepper 1/2 cup grated cheddar cheese Crumble the ground beef in a 3-Qt. casserole. Cook for 5-7 minutes at P6 or until the meat is cooked, stirring twice. Stir in onion, peppers and celery. Cook for 3-4 minutes at P10. Stir in the remaining ingredients, except cheese. Cover with lid or vented plastic wrap. Cook at P6 power for 16-18 minutes. Sprinkle with cheese. Cover and let stand 5 minutes. Yield: 4-6 servings
1 pound lean ground beef 1/2 cup frozen peas, thawed 1/4 cup chopped onion 1 tablespoon gravy powder 1/2 teaspoon curry powder 1/4 teaspoon salt 1/4 teaspoon ground black pepper 2 cups mashed potatoes In a 2-Qt. casserole dish, crumble the ground beef and cook for 5-7 minutes at P6 or until the meat is cooked, stirring twice. Add the remaining ingredients, except for potatoes. Stir well, and then spread the potatoes evenly on the top. Cover with a lid or vented plastic wrap and cook at P6 power for 16-18 minutes. Yield: 4 servings
P8 P8 P10 (HIGH)
31/2 - 4 6-7
20 - 30 sec. Soak in water, then wring out excess. Place on a microwave safe dish. Heat. Present immediately. 1 - 11/2 Check often to prevent melting.
To soften Ice Cream, 1/2 gallon (2 L) Cup of liquid To boil water, broth, etc. 1 cup, 8 oz. (250 ml) 2 cups, 16 oz. (500 ml)
P10 (HIGH) 11/2 - 2 21/2 - 3 Heated liquids can erupt if not stirred. Do not heat liquids in microwave oven without stirring before heating.
Cup of liquid To warm Beverage, P7 (MED-HIGH) 1 cup, 8 oz. (250 ml) 2 cups, 16 oz. (500 ml) To roast Nuts, 11/2 cups (375 ml) To toast Sesame Seeds, 1/4 cup (60 ml) To skin Tomatoes, (one at a time) To remove Cooking Odors, P10 (HIGH)
11/2 - 2 21/2 - 3 3-4 Spread nuts into a 9-inch (23 cm) microwave safe pie plate. Stir occasionally. Place in a small microwave safe bowl. Stir twice. Place tomato into a microwave safe bowl containing boiling water. Rinse and peel. Repeat for each tomato. Combine 1 to 11/2 cups (250 - 375 ml) water with the juice and peel of one lemon in a 2 quart microwave safe bowl. After water finishes boiling, wipe interior of oven with a cloth.
P10 (HIGH) P10 (HIGH)
2 - 21/sec.
Bone and Fat
Both bone and fat affect cooking. Bones may cause irregular cooking. Meat next to the tips of bones may overcook while meat positioned under a large bone, such as a ham bone, may be undercooked. Large amounts of fat absorb microwave energy and the meat next to these areas may overcook.
Foods with skins or membranes must be pierced scored or have a strip of skin peeled before cooking to allow steam to escape. Pierce clams, oysters, chicken livers, whole potatoes and whole vegetables. Whole apples or new potatoes should have a 1-inch strip of skin peeled before cooking. Score sausages and frankfurters. Do not Cook/Reheat whole eggs with or without the shell. Steam build up in whole eggs may cause them to explode, and possibly damage the oven or cause injury. Reheating SLICED hard-boiled eggs and cooking SCRAMBLED eggs is safe.
Porous, airy foods such as breads, cakes or rolls take less time to cook than heavy, dense foods such as potatoes and roasts. When reheating donuts or other foods with different centers be very careful. Certain foods have centers made with sugar, water, or fat and these centers attract microwaves (For example, jelly donuts). When a jelly donut is heated, the jelly can become extremely hot while the exterior remains warm to the touch. This could result in a burn if the food is not allowed to cool properly in the center.
Foods will not have the same brown appearance as conventionally cooked foods or those foods which are cooked utilizing a browning feature. Meats and poultry may be coated with browning sauce, Worcestershire sauce, barbecue sauce or shake-on browning sauce. To use, combine browning sauce with melted butter or margarine and brush on before cooking. For quick breads or muffins, brown sugar can be used in the recipe in place of granulated sugar, or the surface can be sprinkled with dark spices before baking.
A range of cooking time is given in each recipe. The time range compensates for the uncontrollable differences in food shapes, starting temperature, and regional preferences. Always cook food for the minimum cooking time given in a recipe and check for doneness. If the food is undercooked, continue cooking. It is easier to add time to an undercooked product. Once the food is overcooked, nothing can be done.
ABOUT FOOD SAFETY AND COOKING TEMPERATURE
Check foods to see that they are cooked to the United States Department of Agricultures recommended temperatures.
Stirring is usually necessary during microwave cooking. Always bring the cooked outside edges toward the center and the less cooked center portions toward the outside of the dish.
Rearrange small items such as chicken pieces, shrimp, hamburger patties, or pork chops. Rearrange pieces from the edge to the center and pieces from the center to the edge of the dish.
.for fresh pork, ground meat, boneless white poultry, fish, seafood, egg dishes and frozen prepared food. 165F.for leftover, ready-to-reheat refrigerated, and deli and carryout fresh food. 170F.white meat of poultry. 180F.dark meat of poultry. To test for doneness, insert a meat thermometer in a thick or dense area away from fat or bone. NEVER leave the thermometer in the food during cooking, unless it is approved for microwave oven use.
Care and Cleaning of Your Microwave Oven
BEFORE CLEANING: Unplug oven at wall outlet. If outlet is inaccessible, leave oven door open while cleaning. Label: Do not remove, wipe with a damp cloth. Inside of the oven: Wipe with a damp cloth after using. Mild detergent may be used if needed. Do not use harsh detergents or abrasives. Oven Door: Wipe with a soft dry cloth when steam accumulates inside or around the outside of the oven door. During cooking, especially under high humidity conditions, steam is given off from the food. (Some steam will condense on cooler surfaces, such as the oven door. This is normal.) Inside surface is covered with a heat and vapor barrier film. Do not remove. AFTER CLEANING: Be sure to place the Roller Ring and the Glass Tray in the proper position and press Stop/Reset Pad to clear the Display. Outside oven surfaces: Clean with a damp cloth. To prevent damage to the operating parts inside the oven, water should not be allowed to seep into ventilation openings. Control Panel: * Covered with a removable protective film to prevent scratches during shipping. Small bubbles may appear under this film. (Hint - To remove film, apply masking or clear tape to an exposed corner and pull gently.) * If the Control Panel becomes wet, clean it with a soft dry cloth. Do not use harsh detergents or abrasives.
Glass Tray: Remove and wash in warm soapy water or in a dishwasher.
Roller Ring and oven cavity floor: Clean the bottom surface of the oven with mild detergent water or window cleaner, and dry. Roller Ring may be washed in mild soapy water or dishwasher. These areas should be kept clean to avoid excessive noise.
Do not remove wave guide cover: It is important to keep cover clean in the same manner as the inside of the oven.
IT IS IMPORTANT TO KEEP THE OVEN CLEAN AND DRY. FOOD RESIDUE AND CONDENSATION MAY CAUSE RUSTING OR ARCING AND DAMAGE TO THE OVEN. AFTER USE, WIPE DRY ALL SURFACES-INCLUDING VENT OPENINGS, OVEN SEAMS, AND UNDER GLASS TRAY.
PARTS DESCRIPTION Instructions / Operating Manual (this book) Glass Tray Roller Ring Assembly PART NUMBER F00038N00AP A06014A00AP A06014M00AP F290D9330AP (NN-SD787/SD797) (NN-SD987/SD997)
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Before Requesting Service
These things are normal:
The oven causes interference with my TV. Some radio and TV interference might occur when you cook with the microwave oven. This interference is similar to the interference caused by small appliances such as mixers, vacuums, blow dryers, etc. It does not indicate a problem with your oven. During cooking, steam and warm air are given off from the food. Most of the steam and warm air are removed from the oven by the air which circulates in the oven cavity. However, some steam will condense on cooler surfaces such as the oven door. This is normal. After use, the oven should be wiped dry (see page 25).
Steam accumulates on the oven door and warm air comes from the oven vents.
The oven is not plugged in securely. Circuit breaker or fuse is tripped or blown. There is a problem with the outlet. The door is not closed completely. Start Pad was not pressed after programming. Another program is already entered into the oven.
Remove plug from outlet, wait 10 seconds and re-insert. Reset circuit breaker or replace fuse. Plug another appliance into the outlet to check if it is working. Close the oven door securely. Press Start Pad.
Oven will not turn on.
Oven will not start cooking.
Press Stop/Reset Pad to cancel the previous program and enter new program. The program is not correct. Program again according to the Operating Instructions. Stop/Reset Pad has been Program oven again. pressed accidentally. The Glass Tray is not positioned properly on the Roller Ring or there is food under the Roller Ring. The Roller Ring and oven bottom are dirty. Take out Glass Tray and Roller Ring. Wipe with a damp cloth and reset Roller Ring and Glass Tray properly. Clean these parts according to Care and Cleaning of your Microwave Oven (see page 25). Deactivate LOCK by pressing Stop/Reset pad 3 times.
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