Nuo Halogen Oven 17L £29.99 Was £34.99	 in black with accsesories You save: £5.00! robert dyas
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Nuo Halogen Oven 17L £29.99 Was £34.99 in black with accsesories You save: £5.00! robert dyas

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Found 6th Jan 2013
The Halogen Oven from the Nuo collection is exclusive to Robert Dyas. The entire range is designed with form & function in mind and each product is guaranteed for 2 years.

Halogen oven cooking is so versatile: you can grill, bake, roast, steam, fry and defrost. It uses a halogen light which is far more energy-efficient and up to 8 times faster than convection ovens, doesn't need pre-heating and gives the same, golden, crisp result. They sit on your worktop, giving you extra cooking capacity (great for big dinner parties). They offer the convenience and speed of a microwave, without the heat spots and are more versatile.

Grills, Bakes, Roasts, Steams, Frys, Broils and Defrosts
17L Total capacity with extender ring
6 Heat settings
Recipes included
60 Minute timer
Accessories included: extender ring, lid stand, rack, tongs. Please note accessories vary from ones shown in video.
just bought this to replace the one ive had 3 yrs AND I PAID ALOT MORE THAN THIS FOR IT LAST TIME.
delivery 4.99 or buy instore
codes off in voucher section if you spend £40 plus
dont forget 5% quidco too

22 Comments

Any1 know how long it would take to cook a small/medium chicken & how does it compare to cooking in conventional gas oven? ta

Despite the advertising claims and shopping channel demos, you DO have to turn food over periodically in order to ensure it's cooked evenly (or at all on the bottom!) Don't believe the demos with roast potatoes under a chicken with the claim "it all cooks perfectly". Having said that, it's true they don't need to preheat.

Cant comment on your chicken time. However, we bought this a year ago and never looked back. It does cook quicker than a conventional oven. Jacket potatoes cook very quickly compared to a normal oven.
My only gripes are that the numbers and temperature wear off over time and I would prefer a halogen with a hinged lid.
At this price I can highly recommend one.

Chicken 1.3kg / 3lb: 190c - 200c about 60 - 75 minutes on low rack

To cook a medium chicken, place it breast down on the rack for 35 minutes. Turn the chicken over and cook for another 35 -40 minutes. Turning it makes sure that the chicken is evenly cooked.

Original Poster

i normally cook a large chicken i rub it over with salt, pepper and garlic paste, i dont stuff it , cook stuffing separately. start it breast side down then flip it over at about 45 mins, cook for another 40 to 45 mins till juice runs clear when u tip it up. take it out and leave covered on a plate while u turn cooked potatoes over in the juice in the bottom, remove the ring and turn up to 200 and roast the spuds for about 10 mins while you make gravy.. a juicier chicken ive never had.. and i cook a large turkey for xmas in it
this may help the newbies recipes here..

So how easy is it to clean this out especially as chicken fat can get quite messy?
as we usually cook a chicken in conventional oven chicken is cooked in foil lined roasting tin so once chickens cooked just place onto a plate then pour fat into old jar for disposal remove foil and give roasting tin a quick wipe over jobs done!

Original Poster

u an put in a kettle full of warm water and a drop of washing up liquid and turn on the wash cycle, takes about ten mins, then drain and wipe out , or just wipe the top over and throw the rest in the dishwasher like i do !

Ta every1 4 your helpful comments but i think will pass as tbh i think its easier the conventional way, 1 its not much difference cooking time 2, haven't got to turn chicken over 3, cleaning/washing seems simple compared to this halogen cooker, better the devil and all that!

well i bought one cheers op for the heads up

Does anyone think is a better deal ... comes with cookbook, large accessory pack and spare bulb which are at least £10 one ebay? Any thoughts as I can't make up my mind? Thanks x

amazon.co.uk/And…8-2

i was looking at the one above but there is £10 postage to pay too

Mad Canadian

Does anyone think is a better deal ... comes with cookbook, large … Does anyone think is a better deal ... comes with cookbook, large accessory pack and spare bulb which are at least £10 one ebay? Any thoughts as I can't make up my mind? Thanks xhttp://www.amazon.co.uk/Andrew-James-Premium-Replaceable-WARRANTY/dp/B0057WJ4G2/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1357493849&sr=8-2


Yes we have this one from Andrew James (amazon). we have used it for over a year for a family of five. It cooks okay and is used daily, we haven't used the spare bulb yet but we did manage to chip the glass bowl whilst cleaning in the sink, best to use the hot wash facility for ease of use!

We found when cooking large items like a chicken it was not possible to add the veg as well, you do need to turn the chicken and also skewer holes through the carcass to allow the blood and juices to drain through into the bottom of the bowl. Overall it was an ideal purchase for the kitchen and we would buy another one if it did go kaput!

Worth buying for oven chips if nothing else, IMO. It'll pay for itself with the savings on preheating.

I posted this one a few days ago, it is a Russell Hobbs one and will be available from Lidl as of Thursday. It is £39.99 with all the bits and bobs that go with it.


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The one from Liddle is only 16l this is 17l

16 L is more than big enough and besides the one from Lidl is 1400W where as the other is only 1300W.

I bought this few month ago but the bulb is gone need to replace it?Does anyone know where I can get a replacement bulb and which kind of I need to buy?

I bought this few month ago but the bulb is gone need to replace it?Does anyone know where I can get a replacement bulb and which kind of I need to buy?

Original Poster

My halogen mini over has stopped getting hot and does not light up, can one get these thing repaired? or is it worth it. Unable to open the top to see if the light bulb has gone, just do not have the triangular shaped screw drivers.

Original Poster

you can buy the bulbs on ebay or amazon. and the screwriver, around the 9 quid mark
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