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    Be sure to note the fold-out page ........

    SDBO 1850 A1_10_V1.7_GB



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    Contents
    1. Names of parts (see fold-out page). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
    2. Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
    3. Safety Information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
    4. Unpacking and setting up . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
    5. Operating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
    6. Recommended settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
    7. Table of Automatic Programmes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
    8. Recipes for the automatic programmes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
    9. Cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
    10. Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
    11. Disposal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
    12. Technical data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
    13. Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25

    1. Names of parts (see fold-out page)
    1
    2
    3
    4
    5
    6
    7
    8
    9
    10
    11
    12

    Door handle
    Door
    Display window
    Menu keys
    Control knob
    Steam vent
    Casing
    Warning “Hot surfaces”
    Drip tray
    Water valve
    Water tank
    Tray removal handle

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    13
    14
    15
    16
    17
    18
    19
    20
    21
    22
    23
    24

    Baking tray
    Steam tray
    Oven rack
    Grill rack
    Display for time, temperature or weight
    Display “Water tank empty”
    Function displays
    Automatic programme displays
    “FUNCTION” button
    “TEMP” temperature button
    “CANCEL/STOP” button
    “TIME” button

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    2. Description
    2.1 Intended purpose

    2.2 Scope of supply

    This SilverCrest SDBO 1850 A1 steam oven
    works using a combination of hot air and
    steam. It can be used to stew, steam, blanch,
    roast or bake fresh food.
    The supply of steam keeps warmed-up food
    looking fresh, as if it had just been cooked
    from scratch!
    The oven is also suitable for the defrosting of
    frozen, low-protein foods or for the
    preparation of food from the freezer.
    This appliance should only be used in dry
    rooms. It must not be used out in the open or in
    humid rooms.
    This appliance is intended for private use
    and is not suitable for commercial purposes.










    1 steam oven
    1 grill rack
    1 oven rack
    1 baking tray
    1 steam tray
    1 tray removal handle
    1 set of spacers
    1 copy of the Operating Instructions

    2.3 Symbols on the appliance
    The adjacent symbol 8 warns
    against touching hot surfaces.

    3. Safety Information
    3.1 Terms used

    3.2 General information

    The following signalling terms are found in
    these Operating Instructions:
    Warning!
    High risk. Disregarding the
    warning may cause injury to life
    and limb.
    Caution!
    Medium risk. Disregarding the warning may
    cause damage to property.
    Note:
    Low risk. Circumstances that should be taken
    into account when dealing with this
    appliance.

    • Before using the appliance, be sure to
    read these Operating Instructions
    carefully. They are a component part of
    the appliance and must be available at
    all times.
    • Use the appliance only for the purpose
    described (see “2.1 Intended purpose”
    on page 4).
    • Check whether the mains voltage (see
    type plate on the appliance) agrees with
    your mains voltage.
    • This device is not intended to be used by
    individuals (including children) with
    limited physical, sensory or mental
    capabilities or with a lack of experience
    and/or lack of knowledge, unless
    supervised by a person responsible for

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    their safety or they have received
    instructions from such a person as to
    how to use the device. Children should
    always be supervised to ensure that they
    do not play with the device.
    • If there should be any malfunctions, the
    appliance may only be repaired by our
    Service Centre.
    • The appliance must only be set up on a
    firm, level, dry and non-flammable
    surface.
    • Check that the power socket is easily
    accessible so that you can pull out the
    mains plug quickly if necessary.

    3.3 Protection against electric shock










    Warning! The following safety
    information is intended to protect
    you against electric shock.
    Only plug the appliance into a correctly
    installed, earthed wall socket.
    Do not use the appliance if it has fallen
    on the floor, received a hard blow or
    fallen into water. In this case, please
    contact our Service Centre. You will find
    the service address in “13. Warranty”
    on page 25.
    The appliance must not under any
    circumstances be used if it is damaged.
    Have the device repaired in such cases
    by a qualified specialist. You will find the
    service address in “13. Warranty” on
    page 25.
    If the mains cable for this appliance is
    damaged, it must be replaced by the
    manufacturer or a person with similar
    qualifications in order to avoid a
    hazard.
    Water or other liquids must never be
    allowed to enter the casing 7. For this
    reason:
    – never use it outdoors

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    – never place containers filled with
    liquid, such as drinking glasses, vases
    etc. on the appliance
    – never use in a very damp environment
    such as a bathroom.
    If liquid should enter the casing 7,
    unplug the mains plug immediately and
    have the appliance repaired by a
    qualified technician. Further information
    can be found in “13. Warranty” on
    page 25.
    • Never touch the appliance, the mains
    cord or the mains plug with moist hands.
    • Always pull the mains cord out by the
    plug. Never pull it by the cord itself.
    • Ensure that the mains cable is not
    kinked, twisted or crushed.
    • Ensure that the mains cable is not
    damaged on sharp edges.
    • Keep the mains cord away from hot
    surfaces (such as stove eyes).
    • If you are not using the appliance for a
    prolonged period of time, remove the
    plug from the wall socket. Only then is
    the appliance completely free of current.
    • You should avoid using extension cords.
    This is only allowed under very
    particular conditions:
    – The extension cord has to be suited for
    the appliance's amperage.
    – The extension cord must not be
    installed "loose": it must not be
    possible to trip over it or within the
    reach of children.
    – The extension cord must not by any
    means be damaged.
    – No other devices other than this
    appliance must be connected to the
    mains
    socket,
    as
    otherwise
    overloading of the power supply
    network could occur (multiple sockets
    are not allowed!).

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    • The appliance must not be operated with
    an external time switch or separate
    remote control system, such as a wireless
    remote control socket.
    • Clean the appliance regularly in order to
    avoid any build-up of grease which
    could catch fire.

    3.4 Protection against the danger of
    fire














    6

    Warning! As the appliance works
    at high temperatures, please
    observe the following safety
    information to prevent fire.
    While the appliance is operating, there
    must be no flammable objects (e.g.
    curtains, paper) in the immediate vicinity
    of the appliance.
    Never use the appliance to dry textiles
    or other items on, over or in front of the
    appliance.
    To avoid overheating, the appliance must
    never be covered.
    When setting up the appliance, maintain
    a minimum distance of 5 cm from other
    appliances and the wall.
    Never operate the appliance in rooms
    where there is a risk of explosion or in
    the vicinity of flammable gases or
    liquids.
    The appliance must never be placed
    immediately beneath a wall socket, as
    the heat it generates could damage the
    electrical installation.
    Never leave the appliance running when
    it is unattended. The presence of odour
    is almost always an indication of
    damage. If you notice any such odour,
    unplug the mains plug immediately and
    have the appliance inspected. You will
    find
    the
    service
    address
    in
    “13. Warranty” on page 25.

    3.5 Protection against injury
    Warning! To avoid injury, please
    observe the following information.
    • Ensure that it is not possible for anyone
    to trip over or to get caught up in or step
    on the mainscable.
    • The surface of the oven can become very
    hot during operation. It is thus advisable
    to use oven gloves or some sort of
    protection to avoid any risk of burning
    when operating the appliance.
    • To remove the hot tray or rack without
    risk of burns, please use the tray removal
    handle 12.
    • Once hot, if you wish to transport the
    appliance, switch it off, pull out the
    mains plug, and wait until the appliance
    has cooled down. Otherwise you could
    burn yourself on the hot surface.
    • Hot steam can escape from the steam
    vent 6. Be careful not to scald yourself.
    • If the door 2 is opened during operation
    of the appliance or immediately
    afterwards, a rush of hot steam may
    escape. Be careful not to scald yourself.
    • Do not use any sealed air-tight
    containers with this appliance. The
    resulting pressure may lead them to
    explode.

    3.6 For the safety of your child
    Warning! Children often cannot
    assess dangers correctly and are
    injured as a result. Please therefore
    observe the following:
    • This product may only be used under
    adult supervision to ensure that children
    do not play with the appliance.
    • Always take care to ensure the
    appliance is kept out of the reach of
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    • Ensure that the packing film does not
    become a deadly trap for a child.
    Packing film is not a toy.

    3.7 Protection against material
    damage
    Caution! To avoid any material damage,
    please observe the following requirements.
    • Ensure that the hot steam can escape
    from the steam vent 6 freely and that
    there are no objects or furniture in the
    way that are at risk of being damaged.

    • When you are not using the appliance,
    do not store any other items in the
    appliance other than those accessories
    which have been delivered with it.
    • Only use the accessories provided or
    any
    accessories
    which
    are
    recommended in these Operating
    Instructions. Using accessories from
    another manufacturer or accessories
    which have not been recommended may
    result in damage to the appliance.

    4. Unpacking and setting up
    Note: As the appliance and heating
    elements are supplied with a thin film of
    grease, there might be a small amount of
    smoke and odour the first time the appliance
    is used. This is not harmful and will stop
    after a short while. Please ensure in the
    meantime that there is sufficient ventilation.
    1. Unpack the
    packaging.

    appliance

    from

    5. Screw the spacers provided to the rear
    of the appliance.

    the

    2. Remove the transport packaging.
    3. Remove the accessories and packaging
    material from inside the appliance.
    4. Check that the appliance shows no signs
    of damage.

    6. Clean the appliance and the accessories
    (see “9. Cleaning” on page 23).
    7. Select a place to put the appliance,
    – somewhere which complies with the
    safety instructions (see “3. Safety
    Information” on page 4);
    – a place that is sturdy, level and fireproof, and is approx. 5 cm away from
    other objects;
    – where the steam can freely escape
    from the steam vent 6;
    – where the door 2 can be fully opened.

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    8. Pull the water tank 11 forwards and out.

    11. Press the “FUNCTION” key 21:

    9. Fill the water tank 11 with clean
    drinking water.
    Note: The water level in the water tank
    11 should always lie between the
    “MIN” and “MAX” marks on the side.
    Push the water tank 11 back into the
    appliance.
    10. Insert the mains plug into a suitable
    mains socket, one that complies with the
    technical data.
    In the display 3, the available functions
    will appear.
    12. Turn the control knob 5 until the 19
    “SUPERSTEAM” display flashes.
    13. Press the control knob 5.
    14. Wait until the 30 minutes shown on the
    timer are up.
    15. Unplug the mains plug and allow the
    appliance to cool down.
    16. Clean the appliance again. Observe
    here the information in the section
    entitled “9. Cleaning” on page 23.

    5. Operating
    Note: When using the steaming function of
    the oven, steam will constantly escape
    through the steam vent 6. Make sure that
    this steam can escape freely.

    2. Pull the water tank 11 forwards and out
    of the appliance 7.
    3. Fill the water tank 11 with clean
    drinking water.

    5.1 Preparing the appliance

    Notes:

    1. Insert the mains plug into a wall socket
    that complies with the technical data (see
    “12. Technical data” on page 25).

    – The water level must be above the
    “MIN” mark on the side of the tank.
    – Do not overfill the water tank 11. Do
    not exceed the maximum filling level
    (“MAX” on side). This corresponds to
    1.2 l water, which is enough for

    The display 17 shows 0:00.

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    approximately
    70 minutes
    of
    operation.
    – Even when you are not using the
    steam function, the tank must be filled
    with water.
    Insufficient water: As
    soon as the water runs out
    and the water tank 11 is
    almost empty, the “Water
    tank empty” display 18 will
    flash and the appliance will
    interrupt the cooking process.
    In this case, refill the water
    tank with water.

    5.2 Setting the time
    The clock can be set when the
    appliance is in stand-by mode.
    In stand-by mode, the display
    field 3 will only show the time
    set.
    1. Press and hold the 24 “TIME” button for
    several seconds.
    The first digit on the display 17 will
    flash.

    5.3 Selecting accessories
    Select the accessory suitable for the food
    which
    is
    to
    be
    cooked
    (see
    “6. Recommended settings” on page 13).
    Baking tray 13:

    Baking tray 13

    Oven rack 15

    • If you are using the baking tray 13 for
    baking, do not place it on the base of
    the appliance. Place the baking tray 13
    on the oven rack 15 so that the food is
    heated from both above and below.
    • In order to avoid excessive staining of
    the appliance, always use the baking
    tray 13 as a drip tray if it is not being
    used for cooking.
    Steam tray 14:

    2. Turn the control knob 5 until the display
    17 shows the right time in hours.
    3. Confirm this by pressing 24 “TIME”.
    The last two digits on the display 17 will
    then flash.
    4. Turn the control knob 5 until the display
    17 shows the right time in minutes.
    5. Confirm this by pressing 24 “TIME”.

    Baking tray 13

    Steam tray 14

    • If you are using the steam tray 14,
    always place it on the baking tray 13.

    The time has now been set.

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    Grill rack 16:

    Oven rack 15:

    Baking tray 13

    Oven rack 15

    Baking tray 13
    Baking tray 13

    Oven rack 15

    Steam tray 14
    • Food can be placed on the oven rack
    15 in an oven-proof dish. The oven rack
    15 fits into both the baking tray 13 and
    the steam tray 14.
    • If you are not using the oven rack 15,
    you can use it as a stand on which to
    place the hot baking tray 13 or steam
    tray 14 after removing them from the
    appliance.

    Grill rack 16

    • It is possible to slide the grill rack 16
    into position in the oven. You can then
    use the baking tray 13 as a drip tray.

    5.4 Selecting functions
    Note: In “6. Recommended settings” on
    page 13,
    you
    will
    find
    setting
    recommendations for the various foods.
    1. Press the “FUNCTION” button 21:

    In the display 3, the available functions
    will appear.
    2. Turn the control knob 5 until the
    required function flashes:

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    Normal
    Steam:
    The
    “Normal Steam” setting is used
    for steaming chicken, dumplings,
    vegetables, pre-cooked rice and noodles:
    • The basic setting for “Normal Steam” is
    100 °C cooking temperature and
    30 min cooking time.
    • The cooking temperature for “Normal
    Steam” can be set between 100 °C to
    140 °C.
    Super Steam: The “Super
    Steam“ setting is used for the
    steaming of fish, prawns,
    shrimp, mussels, pork goulash, vegetables,
    sweet corn, etc.:
    • The basic setting for “Super Steam“ is
    250 °C cooking temperature and
    30 min cooking time.
    • The cooking temperature for “Super
    Steam“ can be set between 200 °C to
    250 °C.
    Convection: The steam oven
    uses hot air for this function.
    You can thus use the oven to
    cook pizzas, chicken, potatoes, eggs,
    steaks, fish, etc.:
    • The basic setting for convection is
    250 °C cooking temperature and
    30 min cooking time.
    • The cooking temperature for convection
    can be set between 100 °C to 250 °C.
    Defrost: This function gently
    defrosts low-protein frozen food
    such as bread, bread rolls,
    vegetables and fruit.
    Notes:
    – Fish and meat should be slowly
    defrosted
    in
    the
    refrigerator
    beforehand as defrosting at high

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    temperatures can lead to the
    coagulation of protein.
    – Fruit will quickly go soft and mushy if
    it is defrosted too quickly. If you are
    defrosting whole fruit, it should be
    allowed to thaw out slowly in the
    refrigerator. With this programme, it is
    possible to defrost fruit which is to be
    further
    processed,
    e.g.
    for
    marmalades, smoothies or purees.
    • The basic setting for defrosting is 120 °C
    cooking temperature and 30 min
    cooking time.
    • The temperature for defrosting can be
    set between 70 °C to 150 °C.
    Keep Warm: This function
    can be used to warm up food or
    keep ready-made meals warm.
    • The basic setting for keeping food warm
    is 70 °C cooking temperature and
    30 min cooking time.
    3. In order to set the cooking time, press the
    24 “TIME” button.
    4. Turn the control knob 5 until the display
    17 shows the required cooking time.
    The cooking time has now been set. The
    appliance switches off automatically
    once the cooking time has expired.
    Note: If steps 3. and 4. are skipped,
    the cooking time will be set to
    30 minutes.
    5. In order to set the cooking temperature,
    press the 22 “TEMP” button.
    6. Turn the control knob 5 until the display
    17 shows the required temperature.
    Note: If steps 5. and 6. are skipped,
    the cooking temperature will be set to the
    basic setting.

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    7. In order to activate the function selected,
    press the control knob 5.

    5.5 Emptying the drip tray 9
    Some of the steam used condenses and
    collects in the drip tray 9.
    To prevent the drip tray 9 from overflowing,
    it should be emptied after every use:
    1. Pull the drip tray 9 forwards and out.
    Note: The drip tray 9 is located under
    the door 2. The drip tray 9 can be
    removed simply by gripping it at the
    sides.

    5.7 Selecting an automatic
    programme
    Note:
    In
    “7. Table
    of
    Automatic
    Programmes” on page 17, you will find
    suggestions for using the automatic
    programme settings.
    The steam oven has 9 automatic programme
    settings which can be selected for the
    preparation of various meals.
    1. Choose from one of the available
    automatic programmes by pressing
    “FUNCTION” 21.

    2. Empty the drip tray 9.
    3. Push the drip tray 9 back into position in
    the oven.

    5.6 Discontinuing a function and
    switching off
    20

    Note: If the cooking programme is
    interrupted or the door 2 is opened, the
    cooking time may take slightly longer.
    1. The running function will be interrupted
    if:
    – the “CANCEL/STOP” button 23 is
    pressed;
    – the door 2 is opened;
    – the water tank 11 is pulled out;
    – the water tank 11 is empty and the
    “Water tank empty” display 18 is
    flashing.

    In the display 3, the available functions
    and automatic programmes will appear.
    2. Press the control knob 5 until the display
    20 for the required automatic
    programme flashes.
    3. Press the control knob 5.

    The symbol for the selected function and
    the remaining cooking time will flash.
    2. In order to continue with the function
    selected, press the control knob 5.
    3. In order to bring the cooking function to
    a complete stop, do not press the control
    knob 5 but press “CANCEL/STOP” 23
    a second time.

    12

    In the display 17, the weight, size or
    quantity will appear.
    4. Turn the control knob 5 in order to
    change the weight, size or quantity.
    5. In order to activate the function selected,
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    The blocked symbol will
    appear in the display17.

    5.8 Removing food
    Always use the tray removal handle 12
    when removing the trays or racks from the
    oven to avoid any burn injuries.

    5.9 Child safety
    The appliance has a child lock. When this is
    activated, all functions are blocked and
    cannot be operated should a small child
    press any of the buttons.
    1. In order to activate the child lock, hold
    down the “CANCEL/STOP” button 23
    for several seconds.

    2. In order to deactivate the child lock, hold
    down the “CANCEL/STOP” button 23
    again for several seconds.
    The time will once again appear in the
    display 17.

    5.10 Illuminating the display field 3
    The display 3 will fade out during operation
    after a few minutes. As soon as any of the
    buttons are activated, it will automatically
    light up again.

    6. Recommended settings
    The values given for the cooking time and
    temperature are standard values. These may
    vary depending on the type of food to be
    cooked. It also depends on whether, for
    example, you prefer vegetables with a bit of
    a bite or slightly softer.

    Note: If the cooking programme is
    interrupted or the door 2 is opened, the
    cooking time may take slightly longer. If the
    food is not fully cooked when the cooking
    time expires, select the same programme
    again but this time set the cooking time to
    just a few minutes.

    6.1 Vegetables
    For 4 people, you will need approx. 750 1000 g of raw produce or 650 - 800 g of
    frozen goods.
    Food
    Cauliflower
    Beans
    Broccoli

    Function
    Normal Steam
    Normal Steam
    Normal Steam

    Fennel

    Normal Steam 25 - 30

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    Use the steam tray 14 when preparing
    vegetables.

    Time in minutes
    20 - 30
    35 - 40
    35 - 45

    Temperature
    Specifics
    100 °C
    in florets
    100 °C
    100 °C
    in florets. It is a good idea to
    remove the stalks as these
    always remain harder than
    the florets.
    100 °C
    halved

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    Food
    Carrots
    Kohlrabi
    Pepper
    Brussels sprouts
    Boiled potatoes

    Function
    Normal Steam
    Normal Steam
    Normal Steam
    Normal Steam
    Normal Steam

    Time in minutes
    20 - 30
    15 - 25
    10 - 15
    25 - 30
    30 - 45

    Temperature
    100 °C
    100 °C
    100 °C
    100 °C
    100 °C

    Asparagus
    Spinach
    Celery stalks
    Courgette
    Mange tout

    Normal Steam
    Normal Steam
    Normal Steam
    Normal Steam
    Normal Steam

    20 - 35
    7 - 10
    25 - 30
    10 - 15
    10 - 15

    100 °C
    100 °C
    100 °C
    100 °C
    100 °C

    Specifics
    in slices
    in strips
    in strips
    diced (approx. 3 cm), lightly
    salted. The cooking time
    given applies for approx.
    300 g. For larger amounts,
    cook for a longer period.
    only fresh spinach
    in slices

    6.2 Processed foodstuffs
    For 4 people, you will need 250 g of
    processed food plus 500 ml of liquid. Water
    or milk can be used here. Round-grain rice
    will take longer to cook than long-grain rice.
    Food
    Rice + liquid
    Semolina + liquid

    Add some salt or sugar here after cooking.
    For semolina, you will need 1 l milk and
    250 g semolina - Stir with an egg whisk
    after cooking and leave to swell.

    Function
    Time in minutes Temperature
    Specifics
    Normal Steam 25 - 30
    100 °C
    Use an oven-proof dish
    Normal Steam 10 - 20
    100 °C
    Use an oven-proof dish

    6.3 Dumplings
    For 4 people, you will need a yeast dough
    made with 500 g flour for yeast dumplings.
    For bread dumplings, you will need bread
    dough from 6 - 8 old bread rolls.
    Food
    Yeast dumplings
    (Dampfnudeln)
    Yeast dumplings
    (Hefeklöße)
    Bread dumplings
    Potato dumplings

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    For potato dumplings, you will need a
    potato dough made from 1000 g potatoes.

    Function
    Time in minutes Temperature
    Specifics
    Normal Steam 15 - 20
    100 °C
    Use the steam tray 14
    Normal Steam 15 - 20

    100 °C

    Use the steam tray 14

    Normal Steam 20 - 25
    Normal Steam 15 - 20

    100 °C
    100 °C

    Use the steam tray 14
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    6.4 Bread or bread rolls
    Make the dough from a maximum 500 g
    flour. Larger portions will need to be cooked
    in several stages.
    Food
    White bread
    Brown bread
    Bread rolls

    Function
    Super Steam
    Super Steam
    Super Steam

    Time in minutes
    45 - 50
    50 - 60
    20 - 25

    Temperature
    Specifics
    200 °C
    Place on grill rack 16
    230 °C
    Place on grill rack 16
    230 °C
    Place on grill rack 16

    6.5 Meat, steamed
    The time given applies to 600 g of meat for 4 people.
    Food
    Chicken leg
    Turkey schnitzel
    Kasseler (pork)

    Function
    Normal Steam
    Normal Steam
    Normal Steam

    Time in minutes
    35 - 40
    20 - 25
    40 - 60

    Temperature
    Specifics
    100 °C
    Use the steam tray 14
    100 °C
    Use the steam tray 14
    100 °C
    Use the steam tray 14

    6.6 Meat, roasted
    The time given applies in each case to 1 kg meat.
    Food
    Roast pork
    Roast veal
    Kasseler (pork)
    Filet of pork
    Chicken
    Fish

    Function
    Convection
    Convection
    Convection
    Convection
    Convection
    Convection

    Time in minutes
    60 - 80
    50 - 70
    40 - 60
    40 - 50
    55 - 65
    40 - 50

    Temperature
    160 °C
    160 °C
    160 °C
    180 °C
    180 °C
    180 °C

    Specifics
    Use the baking tray 13
    Use the baking tray 13
    Use the baking tray 13
    Use the baking tray 13
    Place on grill rack 16
    Use the baking tray 13

    6.7 Fish, steamed
    Food
    Trout 3 x 250 g
    Gilthead sea bream,
    approx. 800 g
    Pollock, approx.
    800 g

    SDBO 1850 A1

    Function
    Time in minutes Temperature
    Specifics
    Normal Steam 15 - 20
    100 °C
    Use the steam tray 14
    Normal Steam 30 - 35
    100 °C
    Use the steam tray 14
    Normal Steam 30 - 35

    100 °C

    Use the steam tray 14

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    6.8 Compote
    Cut up 500 -1000 g fruit into small pieces
    and place in an oven-proof dish with a bit of
    liquid on the grill rack 16.
    Food
    Apple compote
    Pear compote
    Peach compote
    Plum compote

    Function
    Normal Steam
    Normal Steam
    Normal Steam
    Normal Steam

    Time in minutes
    15 - 20
    25 - 30
    10 - 15
    15 - 20

    Temperature
    100 °C
    100 °C
    100 °C
    100 °C

    Specifics

    6.9 Blanching
    Raw vegetables should be blanched before freezing.
    Food
    Vegetables e.g.
    carrots, peas,
    beans

    Function
    Time in minutes Temperature
    Specifics
    Normal Steam 5
    100 °C
    Use the steam tray 14

    6.10 Casserole
    Food
    Casserole

    16

    Function
    Convection

    Time in minutes Temperature
    Specifics
    30 - 60
    160 °C
    Place in oven-proof dish on
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    7. Table of Automatic Programmes
    Note: This table describes the preparation
    of individual products. It is possible,
    however, to prepare entire menus using the
    Automatic programme
    Portion
    Steamed fish
    400 g
    600 g
    Grilled fish
    400 g
    600 g
    Roast chicken
    700 g
    1000 g

    1400 g
    Meat

    Pizza

    150 g
    250 g
    500 g
    S (thin)

    L (thick)

    Butter
    (Melting butter)

    50 g
    150 g
    250 g

    Cake
    (cakes and
    biscuits)

    200 g
    400 g
    600 g

    Potatoes

    600 g
    900 g
    1200 g
    250 g

    Soup

    500 g

    SDBO 1850 A1

    automatic programmes (see “8. Recipes for
    the automatic programmes” on page 18).

    Recommendation
    Use fresh or defrosted fish filets and lay flat on steam
    tray 14.
    Use fresh or defrosted fish filets and lay flat on greased
    baking tray 13.
    Use fresh or defrosted chicken breast filets and lay flat
    on greased baking tray 13.
    Place chicken breast filet, chicken wing or chicken leg,
    fresh or defrosted, beside each other on a greased
    baking tray 13.
    Place the defrosted chicken on the greased baking tray
    13.
    Only use fresh or defrosted minute steaks, seasoned and
    placed on a greased tray.
    Thin Italian pizza. Turn the pizza 180° after half the
    cooking time has passed to ensure the pizza is evenly
    cooked.
    Thick American pizza. Turn the pizza 180° after half the
    cooking time has passed to ensure the pizza is evenly
    cooked.
    Slice up room-temperature butter into smaller pieces and
    place in an oven-proof dish. Leave it to stand when the
    programme comes to an end to benefit from the
    remaining heat.
    Yeast dough and cake batter - for flat pastries. The
    amount given is for ready-made pastry. As there is more
    heat generated at the back of the oven, it may be a good
    idea to use a tray for the second half of the cooking time
    to ensure the cakes/biscuits are evenly baked.
    Peel and cut up the potatoes, placing them on a greased
    baking tray 13.
    Place 250 g vegetables and chicken breast and 500 ml
    water in an oven-proof dish.
    Place 500 g vegetables and chicken breast and 800 ml
    water in an oven-proof dish.

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    8. Recipes for the automatic programmes
    Note:The values given for the cooking time
    and temperature are standard values. These
    may vary depending on the type of food to
    be cooked. It also depends on whether, for
    example, you prefer vegetables with a bit of
    a bite or slightly softer.

    8.1 STEAMED FISH - Filet of pollock
    on a bed of mixed vegetables
    with herb rice
    Ingredients for 2 people:
    • 500 g frozen vegetables, e.g. mixed
    vegetables
    • 500 g filet of pollock, fresh or defrosted
    • 1 carton of herb crème fraîche
    • Salt, pepper, lemon
    • 150 g Basmati rice with 300 ml water
    and salt
    • 20 g melted butter
    • 1 tablespoon of chopped herbs
    Preparation:
    1. Evenly distribute vegetables on baking
    tray 13.
    2. Place the filet of fish on top of the
    vegetables after sprinkling it with lemon
    juice and seasoning with salt and
    pepper.
    3. Place the oven rack 15 on top of the
    baking tray 13 and place them both on
    the bottom of the steam oven.
    4. Add the rice, together with water and
    salt, to an oven-proof dish.
    5. Place the dish with the rice on the oven
    rack 15.
    6. Close the door 2.
    7. Select the STEAMED FISH automatic
    programme
    with
    600 g
    (see

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    “5.7 Selecting
    an
    programme” on page 12).

    automatic

    8. Place 20 g butter in an oven-proof dish
    and put it in the oven for the last 4
    minutes of cooking for melting.
    9. When the cooking time has expired,
    remove the rice and fold in the melted
    butter and herbs.
    10. Spoon the rice mixture onto the plates
    for serving and spread the herb crème
    fraîche onto the fish filet.

    8.2 GRILLED FISH - Filet of plaice
    with spinach
    Ingredients for 2 people:
    • 4 plaice filets, fresh or defrosted
    • 400 g leafy spinach, frozen
    • 1 tablespoon of crème fraîche
    • 400 g sliced potatoes - pre-cooked for
    30 minutes with the Normal Steam
    function
    • salt, pepper, lemon,
    • some oil
    • grated Parmesan cheese
    Preparation:
    1. 4 plaice filets sprinkled with lemon juice,
    seasoned with salt and pepper.
    2. Place on the baking tray 13 which has
    been sprinkled with oil.
    3. Place the oven rack 15 on top of the
    baking tray 13 and place them both on
    the bottom of the steam oven.
    4. Season the pre-cooked potatoes with salt
    and place in an oven-proof dish,
    together with knobs of butter, on the grill
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    5. Add 400 g frozen spinach leaves to an
    oven-proof dish and place on the grill
    rack 16 also.

    3. Cut the courgette, mushrooms, pepper
    and tomatoes into thin slices and place
    on the other half of the baking tray 13.

    6. Select the GRILLED FISH automatic
    programme
    with
    600 g
    (see
    “5.7 Selecting
    an
    automatic
    programme” on page 12).

    4. Add salt and pepper to the potatoes and
    other ingredients and season to taste.

    7. Season the spinach leaves with salt after
    cooking and add some crème fraîche to
    taste, place on a serving plate together
    with the potatoes and fish and sprinkle
    with the grated Parmesan (for the
    spinach).

    6. Select the ROAST CHICKEN automatic
    programme
    with
    1400 g
    (see
    “5.7 Selecting
    an
    automatic
    programme” on page 12).

    • Variation: Instead of spinach, you can
    also fry small pieces of smoked ham,
    sprinkle over the plaice filets and then
    serve with salad.
    Variation: Salmon steaks
    • Instead of the plaice, you can also use
    2 salmon steaks.
    • Serve with salad.

    5. Season the chicken breasts and place
    them on top of the other ingredients.

    7. Sprinkle the Emmentaler cheese over the
    chicken breasts and the potatoes
    10 minutes before the cooking time
    expires.
    Variation: Instead of Emmentaler, you can
    also use Mozzarella cut into small pieces.

    8.4 MEAT - Meatballs with potatovegetable mix
    Ingredients for 2 people:

    8.3 ROAST CHICKEN - Chicken breast
    with vegetables and potatoes
    Ingredients for 2 people:
    • 2 medium-sized chicken breasts
    • 400 g hard-boiled potatoes
    • 6 thin slices of courgette
    • 3 large, fresh mushrooms
    • 2 tomatoes cut into slices
    • 1 red pepper
    • 100 g Emmentaler cheese, grated
    • Salt, pepper, seasoning
    Preparation:
    1. Peel the potatoes and slice thinly.
    2. Place the potato slices on half the baking
    tray 13.

    SDBO 1850 A1

    For the potato-vegetable mix:
    • 400 g of pre-cooked potatoes
    • 4 shallots
    • 1 yellow and 1 red pepper
    • 6 small tomatoes
    • Just under 2 tablespoons of olive oil
    • Salt, Pepper
    • 2 tablespoons of finely chopped basil
    (optional)
    For the meatballs:
    • 250 g minced meat
    • 1 onion, finely chopped
    • 1 raw egg
    • 1 old bread roll, soaked and cut up
    small
    • Salt, pepper, mustard (according to
    taste)

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    Preparation:
    1. Peel the potatoes and slice thinly.
    2. Spread the potato slices on the baking
    tray 13 for pre-cooking.
    3. Place the oven rack 15 in the oven and
    place the baking tray 13 on top of this.
    4. Pre-cook for 30 minutes using the
    Normal Steam function at 100 °C (see
    “5.4 Selecting functions” on page 10).

    8.5 PIZZA
    Ingredients for 2 people:
    For the pizza base:
    • 250 g plain flour
    • 1 packet of raising agent
    • Approx. 150 ml lukewarm water
    • 1 tablespoon of oil
    • 1 teaspoon of salt

    7. Mix the meatball ingredients together
    and form 6 meatballs.

    For the topping:
    • Peeled tinned tomatoes
    • 150 g Mozzarella or another grated
    cheese
    • Ham or salami as preferred
    • Salt, pepper, oregano (according to
    taste)

    As soon as the potatoes are ready:

    Preparation:

    8. Remove the baking tray 13 and then the
    oven rack 15 from the oven using the
    tray removal handle 12.

    1. Make the pizza
    ingredients.

    9. Spread the spring onions, diced peppers
    and tomatoes over the potato slices.

    3. When ready, roll out pizza base on
    baking tray 13.

    10. Sprinkle with a little oil.

    4. Add toppings.

    11. Place the oven rack 15 on the baking
    tray 13.

    5. Place the oven rack 15 in the oven and
    place the baking tray 13 on top of this.

    12. Place the oven rack 15 and the baking
    tray 13 back in the oven.

    6. Select the PIZZA automatic programme
    with “L” (see “5.7 Selecting an automatic
    programme” on page 12).

    In the meantime:
    5. Peel and halve the shallots; halve, pit
    and cut the peppers into large pieces.
    6. Halve or quarter the tomatoes.

    13. Place the meatballs on the steam tray 14
    and place this tray on the oven rack 15.
    14. Select the MEAT automatic programme
    with 500 g (see “5.7 Selecting an
    automatic programme” on page 12).

    base

    using

    the

    2. Let the pizza base sit.

    Variation:
    You can also use a ready-made frozen
    pizza
    Notes:
    – Cook thin, Italian pizzas at level “S”;
    – Cook thick, American pizzas at level
    “L”;

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    – Turn the pizza 180° after half the
    cooking time has passed to ensure the
    pizza is evenly cooked.
    – Cook the frozen pizza according to
    the instructions given on the package
    using the “CONVECTION” function
    (see “5.4 Selecting functions” on
    page 10). Should the manufacturer
    specify that the oven must be preheated, add an extra 5 minutes to the
    cooking time. Then place the pizza in
    the oven after 5 minutes.

    8.6 CAKES - Berry Cake
    Ingredients for 1 cake:
    • 250 g white flour
    • 1/2 sachet baking powder
    • 60 g crushed almonds
    • 140 g sugar
    • 125 g soft butter
    • 200 g natural yoghurt
    • 1 egg
    • 250
    g
    berries
    (blackcurrants,
    blueberries, gooseberries - fresh or
    frozen)
    Preparation:
    1. Add all ingredients, apart from the
    berries, to a mixing bowl and stir
    together quickly.

    Variation:
    Make a dough using 250 g flour, garnish
    with plums and a sprinkling of crumbs.

    8.7 POTATOES - Potatoes with Alpine
    cheese
    Ingredients for 2-3 people:
    • 1 kg hard-boiled potatoes
    • 200 ml cream
    • 100 g grated Alpine cheese
    • Salt, pepper
    Preparation:
    1. Peel the potatoes and slice thinly.
    2. Evenly distribute the potato slices on the
    baking tray 13.
    3. Season with salt and pepper.
    4. Place the oven rack 15 in the oven and
    place the baking tray 13 on top of this.
    5. Select
    the
    POTATOES
    automatic
    programme with “6” (see “5.7 Selecting
    an automatic programme” on page 12).
    6. Add the cream and grated cheese to the
    potatoes 30 minutes before the cooking
    time expires.
    7. Allow to cook for the remaining time.
    8. Serve with salad.

    2. Mix in the berries.
    3. Evenly distribute mixture on baking tray
    13.
    4. Place the oven rack 15 in the oven and
    place the baking tray 13 on top of this.
    5. Select the CAKE automatic programme
    with 600 g (see “5.7 Selecting an
    automatic programme” on page 12).

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    8.8 POTATOES - Béchamel potatoes
    Ingredients for 2-3 people:
    • 1 kg hard-boiled potatoes
    • 40 g butter
    • 200 ml cream
    • Salt, pepper, some lemon juice
    • 1 handful of parsley
    Preparation:
    1. Peel the potatoes and slice thinly.
    2. Evenly distribute the potato slices on the
    baking tray 13.
    3. Season with salt, pepper and sprinkle
    with lemon juice.
    4. Pour on cream.
    5. Spread small knobs of butter over
    potatoes.
    6. Place the oven rack 15 in the oven and
    place the baking tray 13 on top of this.
    7. Select
    the
    POTATOES
    automatic
    programme with “6” (see “5.7 Selecting
    an automatic programme” on page 12).
    8. Sprinkle with chopped parsley when
    cooked.

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    8.9 SOUP - Chicken soup with rice
    noodles
    Ingredients for 2-3 people:
    • 600 ml water
    • 200 g chicken filet cut into pieces
    • 250 g vegetables (carrots, beans, leek,
    alternatively frozen soup vegetables)
    • 50 g rice noodles
    • Salt, spices, herbs
    • Sherry to taste
    Preparation:
    1. Add the vegetables, water and salt to an
    oven-proof glass dish.
    2. Place the oven rack 15 in the oven.
    3. Place the glass dish containing the
    ingredients on the oven rack 15.
    4. Select the SOUP automatic programme
    with 500 g (see “5.7 Selecting an
    automatic programme” on page 12).
    5. After cooking, season with herbs and
    spices (Sambal Olek) and sherry.
    6. Add the soaked and chopped rice
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    9. Cleaning
    To ensure your appliance gives you lasting
    service, you should clean it regularly.
    Warning! To avoid the danger of
    an electric shock or burning:
    – remove the mains plug before
    each clean;
    – allow the appliance to cool
    down;
    – never immerse the appliance in
    water;
    – never allow water or cleaning
    agent to run into the appliance.
    Caution! Never use abrasive, corrosive or
    caustic cleaning materials. These could
    damage the appliance.

    9.1 Cleaning the appliance
    1. Clean the inside and outside of the
    appliance with a damp cloth.
    Note: You could also use a mild
    washing-up liquid if necessary.

    for use in the dishwasher due to their special
    coating.

    9.3 Cleaning the water tank 11 and
    the drip tray 9
    1. Pull the water tank 11 forwards and out
    of the appliance 7.
    2. Empty the water tank 11.
    3. Press the water valve 10. All the
    condensed water which has been
    collected runs into the drip tray 9.
    4. Pull the drip tray 9 forwards and out.
    Note: The drip tray 9 is located under
    the door 2. The drip tray 9 can be
    removed simply by gripping it at the
    sides.
    5. Empty the drip tray 9.
    6. Clean the water tank 11 and the drip
    tray 9 by hand using warm water.

    2. Wipe off with fresh water.

    7. Dry off the water tank 11 and the drip
    tray 9.

    3. Do not use the machine again until it is
    fully dry.

    8. Push the water tank 11 back into the
    appliance.

    9.2 Cleaning the accessories

    9. Push the drip tray 9 back into position in
    the oven.

    1. Clean the accessories by hand using
    warm water.
    2. If heavily soiled, leave parts to soak in
    warm water for 20 – 30 minutes. You
    could add a few drops of mild washingup liquid.
    3. Carefully dry all parts after cleaning.
    Note: The grill rack 16, the oven rack 15
    and the tray removal handle 12 can all be
    cleaned in the dishwasher. The baking tray
    13 and the steam tray 14 are not suitable

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    10. Troubleshooting
    Fault

    Cause

    Remedy

    Appliance cannot be Child safety is activated
    switched on

    Appliance switches
    off automatically

    Release child safety (see “5.9 Child
    safety” on page 13).

    Faulty fuse or wall socket

    Select another wall socket.

    Faulty appliance

    Have repairs carried out at a specialist
    workshop or dispose of the appliance.
    Further information can be found in
    “13. Warranty” on page 25.

    Cooking time has expired

    If necessary, start the cooking process
    again.

    The door 2 was opened

    Close door, press control knob 5.

    Water tank 11 was pulled
    out

    Push water tank back in, press control
    knob 5.

    Water tank 11 is empty and Refill water, press control knob 5.
    the 18 “Water tank empty”
    display is flashing
    There is a puddle of Drip tray 9 is full and is
    water forming under- overflowing
    neath the appliance

    Empty drip tray 9 (see “5.5 Emptying
    the drip tray 9” on page 12).

    11. Disposal
    11.1 Appliance
    The symbol with the crossedout rubbish bin on wheels
    means that within the European
    Union, the product must be
    disposed of to a sorted rubbish
    collection. This applies to the
    product and all accessories which are
    marked with this symbol. Marked products
    must not be disposed of via the regular
    domestic waste but must be handed in to a
    recycling centre for electrical or electronic
    devices. Recycling helps to reduce the use of
    raw materials and to relieve the

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    environment. You can obtain information
    about disposal and the location of your
    nearest recycling centre from your local
    waste management service, for example, or
    Yellow Pages.

    11.2 Packaging
    If you would like to dispose of the
    packaging,
    please
    observe
    the
    corresponding environmental regulations in
    your country. Dispose of the packaging in
    Germany via the collection of the dual
    system ("Grüner Punkt").



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    12. Technical data
    Power supply:
    Power consumption:
    Protection class:

    220 - 240 V~/50-60 Hz
    1,850 Watt
    I

    13. Warranty
    The warranty for your appliance is valid for
    3 years from the date of purchase. The
    warranty does not cover damage resulting
    from improper connection, the use of
    another manufacturer’s parts, normal wear
    and tear, the use of force, improper use, or
    attempts to carry out repairs yourself. The
    appliance has been manufactured in
    accordance with strict quality guidelines and
    checked before leaving the factory.
    Nonetheless, should operational faults
    occur, please contact the Service Centre
    first.
    Please do not send in any appliance before
    contacting our Service Centre.
    To enable us to process your request quickly,
    please have ready your proof of purchase
    and the product number (for this appliance:
    SDBO 1850 A1).

    SDBO 1850 A1

    Please contact our service hotline for
    guarantee claims and technical matters:
    00800/4212 4212
    (Monday to Friday between
    8 a.m. and 4 p.m.)
    E-mail: hoyer-gb@teknihall.com

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