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Microwave ovens, baking trays?

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Hi, im at a stand still tryna find this out... i have recently bought a convectional microwave/oven/grill and i want to know if a baking tray will be fine in it? eg: http://groceries.asda.co… Read More
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6y, 9m agoPosted 6 years, 9 months ago
Hi, im at a stand still tryna find this out...

i have recently bought a convectional microwave/oven/grill
and i want to know if a baking tray will be fine in it? eg:
http://groceries.asda.com/asda-estore/catalog/sectionpagecontainer.jsp?skuId=1000000475314&departmentid=1214921923802&aisleid=1214921925235&startValue=

as its not for microwave use but i think the microwave uses diffrent heating elements or somthing to using the oven side of things?

any info appreciated
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6y, 9m agoPosted 6 years, 9 months ago
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I would assume that the tray be ok if in the oven mode. The oven you buying may come with a cooking tray anyway. Maybe contact the manfactuars to ask.
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i have it now (2 days ago) i was hoping it would as my girlfriend has 1 (diff brand) but hers came with a few things but mine didnt :(

i did get a rack thing with it though wich thinking about it is im quite sure metal so surly if thats ok to use a baking tray will be.. but ill check the material 2mara and as ya suggested prob contact manufactuar :)

thanks for the reply :)
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dapp
i have it now (2 days ago) i was hoping it would as my girlfriend has 1 (diff brand) but hers came with a few things but mine didnt :(i did get a rack thing with it though wich thinking about it is im quite sure metal so surly if thats ok to use a baking tray will be.. but ill check the material 2mara and as ya suggested prob contact manufactuar :)thanks for the reply :)

We had a big panasonic one of these type things and we couldnt put a normal baking tray into it. Now we have a built in one above our oven and its the same deal with that. I guess contacting the manufacturer is the safest bet!
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You can use metal baking accs in a combi in both the convection and combi cooking mode.
When using cake tins , they should be smooth and not loose bottomed.
Best to avoid the silicone type cooking vessels as in many combis the grill comes on to help the oven heat up.

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