Welcome to Remoska® South Africa



Using a Remoska® – the basics


  • The Remoska cooks between 190 and 220 degrees-something between 190C/345F Gas mark 5 and 220C/425F Gas Mark 6*.
  • The Remoska is not a slow cooker.On the contrary, some food will cook faster than in a normal oven.
  • Simply place your ingredients in the pan, according to the recipe, (i.e drizzle of oil) and wait to obtain great results. It couldn’t be easier.
  • It is possible to prepare a whole meal for the family in the Remoska.
  • The Remoska works just like an oven, except that you cook from cold. 
  • You can cook ready meals in foil containers; pre-prepared food from frozen; you can defrost and re-heat food.
  • You may place your food directly in the pan or in ovenproof dishes to fit in the Remoska.
  • Wrap portions of food in very lightly greased foil, ideal if you are on a fat free diet – fish particularly remains moist and full of flavour.
  • You can bake in a Remoska – puff pastry rises like a dream, and sponge cakes stay moist.
  • The Remoska probably cooks the best roast chicken you have ever tasted.
  • The Remoska may be used as a ‘Bain Marie’.
  • You can use the Remoska on caravan sites and campsites, if 240 volt mains electricity supply is available.

Cleaning

  • To clean the lid, switch off, unplug from the mains and leave to cool. Only when cool wipe the lid with a damp cloth. Use ordinary washing up liquid on a cloth if necessary.

Be aware

  • As with any hot electrical appliance – be safe. If you need to remove the lid to stir, place it away from you upside down. Remember, it is the lid that does the cooking. Avoid contact and keep away from plastic or flammable materials.
  • Do not heat the empty Remoska as, with all Teflon® lined cooking pans, excess heating of an empty pan will eventually damage the Teflon® lining.
  • The pan is non-stick with Teflon® coating. So care must be taken to avoid scratching the surface. Use only wood or plastic implements
  • Never immerse the lid in water.
  • Keep away from children.