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PDF Content Summary: the Light and Fluffy Instruction Book - LEG250GRY Breville Contents IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS 2 Breville Recommends Safety First 7 Components 8 Functions 11 Care & Cleaning 12 Recipes BREVILLE RECOMMENDS SAFETY FIRST At Breville we are very safety conscious. We design and manufacture consumer products with the safety of you, our valued customer, foremost in mind. In addition we ask that you exercise a degree of care when using any electrical appliance and adhere to the following precautions. INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USE AND SAVE FOR FUTURE REFERENCE Carefully read all instructions before operation and save for future reference. • Remove any packaging material and promotional stickers before using the omelette maker for the first time. • To eliminate a choking hazard for young children, remove and safely discard the protective cover fitted to the power plug of this appliance. • Always ensure the omelette maker is properly assembled before use. Follow the instructions provided in this book. • Do not place the omelette maker near the edge of a bench or table during operation. Ensure the surface is level, clean and free of water. • Do not use on a sink drain board. · Always operate the omelette maker on a stable and heat resistant surface. Do not use on a cloth-covered surface, near curtains or other flammable materials. • Keep the omelette maker clear of walls, curtains and other heat or steam sensitive materials • Do not place the omelette maker on or near a hot gas or electric burner, or where it could touch a heated oven. Use the omelette maker well away from walls. • Do not touch hot surfaces. Use the handle to lift and open the top plate. • Do not leave the omelette maker unattended when in use. • Do not place anything on top of the omelette maker when the lid is closed, when in use and when stored. •When operating the omelette maker, ensure the power cord is kept away from any heat source including the surface of the omelette maker. Ensure the power cord does not become trapped between the upper and lower hot plates of the omelette maker during use and storage. • Always switch the omelette maker off at the power outlet, then unplug the power cord and allow to cool, if the appliance is not in use, before cleaning, before attempting to move the appliance, disassembling, assembling and when storing the appliance. A WARNING Fully unwind power cord from cord storage facility before use. • Do not use chemicals, steel wool, metal scouring pad or abrasive cleaners to clean the omelette maker as these can damage the housing or the coating of the cooking plates. • Always remove the food from the omelette maker with a heatproof plastic spatula or tongs. Never use your hands. • Do not use sharp objects or utensils inside the omelette maker as they may scratch or damage the interior surface of the hot cooking plate. • The appliance is not intended to be operated by means of an external timer or separate remote control system. • Keep the exterior housing and the non-stick cooking plates clean. Follow the cleaning instructions provided in this book (Page 11). IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS FOR ALL ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES • Fully unwind the power cord before use. Connect only to 230V or 240V power outlet. Do not let the power cord hang over the edge of a bench or table, touch hot surfaces or become knotted. • To protect against electric shock, do not immerse the power cord, power plug or appliance in water or any other liquid, unless it is recommended in the cleaning instructions. • The appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance, by a person responsible for their safety Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance. • It is recommended to inspect the appliance regularly. Do not use the appliance if the power supply cord, plug, connector or appliance becomes damaged in any way. Return the entire appliance to the nearest authorised Breville Service Centre for examination and/or repair. • Any maintenance other than cleaning should be performed at an authorised Breville Service Centre. • This appliance is for household use only. Do not use this appliance for other than its intended use. Do not use in moving vehicles or boats. Do not use outdoors. Misuse may cause injury. • The installation of a residual current device (safety switch) is recommended to provide additional safety protection when using electrical appliances. It is advisable that a safety switch with a rated residual operating current not exceeding 30mA be installed in the electrical circuit supplying the appliance. See your electrician for professional advice. • Always turn the appliance to the OFF position, switch off at the power outlet and unplug at the power outlet when the appliance is not in use. • Before cleaning, always turn the appliance to the OFF position, switch off at the power outlet, unplug at the power outlet and remove the power cord, if detachable, from the appliance and allow all parts to cool. • Do not place this appliance on or near a heat source, such as hot plate, oven or heaters. • Position the appliance at a minimum distance of 20cm away from walls, curtains and other heat or steam sensitive materials and provide adequate space above and on all sides for air circulation. FOR HOUSEHOLD USE ONLY SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS en components Not Shown · Auto off Heating turns off after timer counts down to zero and the omelette maker will enter Standby mode. • Cord storage integrated into base A. Cool-touch handle B. Wrap-around moat C. START/CANCEL button D. 'Power' & 'Ready' indicator lights E. LED Display with count-down timer F. Timer Increase/Decrease buttons G. PFOA-free non-stick coating For quick and easy cleaning. H. Deep cooking plates Cooks up to 2 large eggs per omelette and fits all your favourite fillings. I. Non-slip feet For stability Functions OPERATING YOUR BREVILLE PRODUCT Before first use, remove and safely discard any packing material, promotional labels and tape from the omelette maker. BEFORE FIRST USE Check that cooking plates are clean and free of dust. If necessary, wipe over with a damp cloth. Place the omelette maker on a flat,level surface with the lid in the closed position. Ensure there is a minimum distance of 20cm of space on all sides of the omelette maker. Ensure there are no items on top of the omelette maker. 1. Insert power plug into a 230/240V power outlet and tum the power on. The unit will be in standby mode and 2 dashes --' will be displayed on the screen. Press the button to start preheating. The 'POWER' light will illuminate red and the screen will show a rotating loop '[] whilst pre-heating. 2. Once the omelette maker has finished pre-heating, the 'POWER' light will remain lit and the 'READY' light will illuminate green, the unit will beep 3 times to alert that the pre-heat has finished and '00' will continuously flash on the screen. 3. Open the lid and place your ingredients evenly into the centre of each pocket. The total volume of ingredients should not exceed the rim of the bottom cooking pockets. 4. Set your required cooking time using the timer increase Adecrease buttons. Select a time between 1 to 15 minutes. 5. Press button to commence cooking. The time will stop flashing to indicate that the timer is counting down. 6. During this time the 'POWER light will remain lit, while the "READY* light will illuminate green NOTE The 'READY' light will continue to cycle on and off to indicate the omelette maker is maintaining the correct temperature. 7. The timer will countdown by 1 minute intervals, displaying the remaining cooking time on the LED screen. Once it reaches 1 minute it will then count down by seconds until cooking time has elapsed. NOTE If the omelette maker has been filled as instructed, the upper lid will lift slightly during cooking as the omelettes approach the end of the cooking cycle. When the lid lifts slightly, continue cooking for around 30 seconds to achieve the best results, 8. When the cooking time has elapsed, the omelette maker will beep 5 times and go into standby mode. The LED screen will continuously flash displaying '--' on the screen. Both the POWER' and 'READY light will no longer illuminate, indicating heating has stopped. O NOTE If you don't attend to the unit within 30 seconds after the initial pre-heat, the unit will continue pre-heating for an additional 20 minutes with screen continuing to show the rotating loop. The Power' light will remain on and the "READY’light will cycle on and off If after 20 minutes you still have not attended to the unit to set your cooking time, the unit will automatically go into auto off, the unit will sound 5 beeps, stop heating and 2 dashes* - - will be displayed on the screen and both the *POWER' and 'READY' lights will no longer be illuminated, indicating heating has stopped. WARNING Steam will be ejected from between the cooking plates when the lid is closed. Be careful not to make contact with the steam as it may cause burns. NOTE If the unit is in standby mode, and you would like to cook your food further, press the button once - this will restart the unit and show a rotating loop again. The pre-heat time will be shorter since the plate is still warm after initial cooking. 9. Open the lid and carefully remove your omelettes with the help of a silicone spatula. Never use metal tongs or a knife as these can cause damage to the non-stick coating. 10. Before making the next omelette, ensure that the green READY' light has illuminated. This means that the unit has now reached the correct temperature and is ready to use. 11. If you are finished cooking, switch the unit off at the power outlet and remove the power plug from the power outlet. A WARNING Fully unwind power cord from cord storage facility before use. O NOTE Making a standard omelette should take approximately six to seven minutes. Exact cooking time will depend on the type of filling used. To maintain even heat, keep the lid closed until you are ready to add your next batch of ingredients. O NOTE At all times the lid must be closed. When using the omelette maker for the first time you may notice a fine smoke haze. This is caused by the heating of some of the components. There is no need for concern. Hints & Tips . Try to use canned or pre-cooked fruit as fresh fruit may give off excessive juices when heated. • Be careful when biting into cooked items containing fillings such as cheese and tomato orjam as they retain heat and can burn if eaten too quickdy. One cup of filling for each cooking pocket is sufficient. Do not overfill the cooking pockets. • Fewer eggs will be required when using filling in an omelette. • Eggs should be at room temperature (not from the refrigerator) for best results when making omelettes . Whisk the eggs with a hand whisk in a large bowl to achieve a well aerated egg mixture. • For best cooking results, we recommend to season the plates occasionally to prevent sticking and to make cleaning easier. To season, brush the cooking plates with a little vegetable oil and rub off the excess with absorbent paper. Do this after pre-heating the unit. • Thawed ready-rolled pastry is the easiest to use, either in sheets or from a roll. • To keep the omelette warm, place in an oven proof dish on a rack in a low oven, about 100°C. The omelette will keep warm for up to 20 minutes this way, but will then begin to dry out • You can cook more than just omelettes in your omelette maker. Make a combination of sweet and savoury snacks such as peach crumbles, brownies, cakes and chicken pies). • See recipes in this booklet for great ideas. Care & Cleaning STORAGE Before cleaning, ensure the POWER is switched off and then remove the power plug from the power outlet Allow your omelette maker to cool before cleaning however, the omelette maker is easier to clean when still slightly warm. Always clean your omelette maker after each use to prevent a build-up of baked-on foods. Wipe cooking plates and overflow moat with a soft, damp cloth to remove food residue. A WARNING Do not immerse any part of the Breville Omelette maker or the power cord in water or any other liquid. To store your omelette maker: 1. Ensure the POWER is off and then unplug power cord from the power outlet 2. Allow the omelette maker to fully cool. 3. Wrap the power cord in the cord wrap area below the omelette maker. 4. Store on a flat, dry level surface. Do not place anything on top of the omelette maker. WARNING The handle is designed for opening and closing the omelette maker during cooking. It should not be used for moving or carrying the omelette maker. When moving the omelette maker, allow the unit to fully cool down and carry the unit via the base. PFOA-FREE NON-STICK COATING Cooking on a non-stick surface minimises the need for oil as food does not stick and cleaning is easier. Any discolouration that may occur will only detract from the appearance of the omelette maker and will not affect the cooking performance. When cleaning the non-stick coating, do not use metal (or other abrasive) scourers. Wash with warm soapy water and dry thoroughly. Remove stubborn residue using a damp cloth. O NOTE The cooking plates, hinges and overflow moat are coated with a non-stick surface, do not use abrasives. > Recipes Potato, Goat's cheese and thyme omelette 0 Makes 2 Preparation time 5 minutes Cooking time 11 minutes 2 large eggs 2 tbsp. fresh cream 2 sprigs fresh thyme Salt and pepper 140g peeled and grated potato 60g Goat's cheese 60g spinach leaves Turkey, spinach and brie egg white omelette T Makes 2 Preparation time 5 minutes Cooking time 8 minutes 6 egg whites 40g brie cheese, diced 40g turkey, fine shreds 30g baby spinach, shredded 8 dried cranberries, finely diced Salt and pepper 1. Mix together the eggs, cream, thyme, salt and pepper and whisk to combine Set aside. 2. Pre-heat the omelette maker until the READY light is illuminated. 3. Lightly spray the omelette maker with baking spray. 4. Divide the grated potato between the omelette wells and then evenly crumble the Goat's cheese between the 2 wells. Divide the egg mix between the 2 wells and close the lid. 5. Set the timer for ll minutes. 6. Remove using a silicon spatula. 7. Serve with spinach leaves. To serve 50g spinach leaves 4 cherry tomatoes, cut into 1/4's o red onion, finely diced 16 avocado, diced Drizzle caramelised balsamic dressing 1. Pre-heat the omelette maker until the green READY light illuminates 2. Divide the ingredients into 2 bowls and stir to combine 3. When pre-heat is complete, gently pour the ingredients of each bowl into each well and close the lid 4. Adjust the timer to 8 minutes. 5. Prepare spinach salad by mixing the salad ingredients together and dress with drizzle of caramelised balsamic dressing, 6. Remove using a silicon spatula. 7. Serve with spinach salad. 12 Quiche Lorraine Asparagus, Goat's cheese and truffle omelette 00 Makes 2 Preparation time 3 minutes Cooking time 7 minutes 2 eggs 2 tbsp. fresh cream Fresh black pepper Salt 1/2 tsp, butter 10 spears asparagus, but into 10cm lengths 40g bocconcini, sliced 40g Goat's cheese 44 bunch watercress, picked and washed Drizzle truffle oil 1. Mix together the eggs, cream, black pepper and salt and whisk together. 2. Pre-heat the omelette maker. Add the butter and asparagus to the omelette maker and adjust the timer to 2 minutes, leaving the lid open. 3. Divide the egg mix, Goat's cheese and boccocini between the 2 wells and close the lid. 4. Adjust the timer to 6 minutes. 5. When cooked remove and place on a serving plate. 6. Serve with watercress and truffle oil drizzle over the omelette and watercress salad. Season with sea salt and freshly ground black pepper. 010 Makes 2 Preparation time 5 minutes Cooking time 11 minutes 1 sheet store bought shortcrust pastry 60g bacon, sliced 2 shallots, white part sliced - green discarded 60g spinach leaves 40g tasty cheese, grated 2 tbsp. fresh cream 2 eggs 1. Line the omelette wells with pastry and trim off the excess pastry using the edge of a silicon scraper. 2. Divide the ingredients into 2 bowls and mix to combine well. Add to the pastry lined wells and close the lid 3. Turn the omelette maker on and when pre-heat is complete adjust the timer to 9 minutes. 4. Remove using a silicone scraper. 5. Serve with spinach leaves. Chocolate brownie Roast pumpkin and fetta omelette 4. Makes 2 Preparation time 25 minutes Cooking time 10 minutes 150g pumpkin, lem dice 1 clove garlic, crushed 3 eggs 2 tbsp. fresh cream 40g fetta, small dice Salt and pepper 8 minutes 40 minutes 14 Makes 5 Preparation time Cooking time 200g dark chocolate 140ml vegetable oil 200g light brown sugar 3eggs 1 tsp vanilla essence 4 cup plain flour 1 cup cocoa powder 2 tsp baking powder 4 cup chocolate chips To serve 1 tbsp. sunflower seeds, roasted 30g baby rocket Olive oil drizzle Chocolate sauce 4 cup fresh cream 1 tsp butter 100g dark chocolate 1. Roast diced pumpkin and garlic for 12 minutes on 180°C. 2. Beat together the eggs, cream, fetta, salt and pepper. Add the roast pumpkin to the egg mix. 3. Divide the mixture in 2 bowls and pour into each well. Close the lid. Adjust the timer to 10 minutes. 4. When complete, serve with rocket, toasted sunflower seeds and olive oil drizzle. 1. Cut a semi-circle shaped piece of baking paper and line the omelette maker wells and a small one for the top of the brownie. 2. Place the chocolate and the oil into a heatproof bowl and place over boiling water and stir until the chocolate is melted Stir to combine and remove from the heat to cool. 3. Put the eggs, sugar and vanilla essence into a bowl and whisk to combine. Add the cooled chocolate and oil and stir through. 4. Sift the dry ingredients together and fold through the egg and chocolate mix. Stir through the chocolate chips. 5. Preheat the omelette maker until the green light is illuminated 6. Place the baking paper into the omelette well and pour cup of brownie mixture into each of the lined wells. Place the smaller piece on top of the brownie mixture and close the lid. 7. Adjust the time to 12 minutes on the timer and press start to begin cooking. 8. When complete, carefully remove from the omelette wells and let cool. 9. To make the sauce - place the cream and butter into a saucepan to heat. Take off the heat and stir in the chocolate until it is melted. Drizzle over the brownie and serve. Lemon and ricotta cake Gluten free 4 Makes 4 Preparation time 10 minutes Cooking time 20 minutes 65g unsalted butter, softened 16 cup caster sugar 1 egg Zest of 14 lemon 1tbsp. lemon juice 1 tsp. vanilla paste 4 cup smooth ricotta cup gluten free self-raising flour 4 cup almond meal Peach crumble cake At Makes 4 Preparation time 15 minutes 20 minutes ♡ Cooking time (10minutes per 2) Streusel top 4 cup self-raising flour 40g cold unsalted butter, diced 1/4 tsp vanilla paste % (25g) cup brown sugar Ye (259) cup caster sugar Pinch cinnamon 4 cup oats Cake bottom 60g unsalted butter, at room temperature 60g caster sugar legg Ricotta icing 2 cup smooth ricotta 1tsp vanilla paste 1tbsp. icing sugar Lemon drizzle 2 tbsp. lemon juice 2 tbsp. caster sugar 1tsp honey 1. Cut a semi-circle shaped piece of baking paper to line the omelette maker wells. 2. For the syrup - Place ingredients into a small saucepan and bring to the boil. Put aside to cool until cakes are ready. 3. In a bench mixer, cream the butter and sugar until pale. Add the egg, zest, lemon juice and vanilla and beat well. Add the ricotta and fold through the flour and almond meal until combined. 4. Pre-heat the omelette maker until the green light is illuminated 5. Place the baking paper into the omelette well and spoon cup of cake mixture into each of the lined wells and close the lid. 6. Adjust the time to 10 minutes on the timer and press start to begin cooking. 7. For the ricotta icing - Place the ingredients into a bowl and mix well together. Set aside 8. When cakes are ready, remove from the omelette maker and let cool. 9. Spread the icing over the top of the cake and drizzle the cooled syrup over the top. 3 tsp milk 1/4 tsp vanilla paste % cup self-raising flour Pinch cinnamon 200g tinned sliced peaches drained and liquid discarded 4 scoops vanilla ice-cream 1. Cut a semi-circle shaped piece of baking paper to line the omelette maker wells. 2. To make the crumble top-place the flour, butter, Vanilla paste, brown sugar and cinnamon into the food processor and pulse until it resembles coarse crumbs. Add oats and pulse briefly, only to combine the oats, do not blend the oats. Place the crumble top in the refrigerator until required 3. To make the cake place the butter and sugar into the mixing bowl of your bench mixer and beat until light and Auffy: Crack your egg into a cup and then slowly pour it into the sugar and butter mixture until combined Switch your bench mixer onto a low speed and add milk, vanilla, flour and cinnamon 4. Preheat the omelette maker until the green light is illuminated 5. Place a small piece of greaseproof paper in the 2 omelette wells and spread of the cake batter into the omelette maker wells. Place a layer of sliced peaches on the cake then sprinkle 14 of the crumble on the top of the peaches. 6. Close the lid and adjust the timer to 10 minutes. 7. Remove using a silicone spatula and serve with vanilla ice-cream 15 Breville Customer Service Centre Australian Customers Phone: 1300 139 798 Web: breville.com.au New Zealand Customers Phone: 0800 273 845 Web: breville.co.nz Breville Thought for food Brevile is a registered trademark of Breville Pty. Ltd. A.B.N. 98 000 092 928 Copyright Breville Pty. Ltd. 2018. Due to continued product improvement, the products illustrated/photographed in this brochure may vary slightly from the actual product. LEG250GRY D18


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