Remoska Timings

Dec 31, 2017
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Just trying out Remoska. I am finding that the suggested timings in the recipes are not long enough. Advice please as trying out baking and have to add on at least 10 minutes.
 

pawwavingpuppy

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We're away in our motorhome at the mo and I'm just about to cook a roast dinner (beef) in ours. I tend to go by my own timing, the same as cooking in a normal oven. I'm guessing the ramoska is set at about 190 or gas mark 5/6. Timings are never exact in anything.....love ours it's great.
So roast beef, roast spuds, Yorkshire puddings, and roasted root veggies.
 
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Pekepal
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Thank you. That sounds lovely, how on earth do you work out (a)how to fit it all in, and (b) timing it all so it is ready at same thing me? My dream is to be able to serve up a roast whilst sitting outside van on a Sunday in France whilst enjoying a glass of wine and not being hot and bothered in the van to achieve this!

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Chris

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Thank you. That sounds lovely, how on earth do you work out (a)how to fit it all in, and (b) timing it all so it is ready at same thing me? My dream is to be able to serve up a roast whilst sitting outside van on a Sunday in France whilst enjoying a glass of wine and not being hot and bothered in the van to achieve this!

We just roast the meat and potatoes in ours and cook the veg separately.

I say “ we” but I mean my wife:)
 

pawwavingpuppy

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I have the large ramoska. It easily takes a whole chicken. I time it as I would at home. Roughly 2 hours for the chicken. And I'll put the spuds in (which I par boil) after the chicken has been cooking for an hour and a half. Take the chicken out when its had its 2 hours and it'll sit for half an hour covered in foil. I give the spuds an hour roughly. I put the veggies in when I get the chicken out. For the last 10 minutes I'll Chuck in the (cheater yorkshires)

Job done..
Hope this helps.
 
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Pekepal
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Yum, enjoy!

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Depends what you are cooking, I have the old remoskas with the glass lid. The ambient temperature makes a difference, so if van is cold or outside, use it under the canopy, it will take longer to cook.Know it says not to heat with nothing in, but nothing to stop you putting a bit of water in and throwing it away before putting food in. I don't put food in a cold oven and rarely put food in a cold remoska. in a hot big remoska, big chunks of potato and carrot, half or quartered onions, and chicken, bung the lid on and about an hour later all ready.
Love frittata cooked in the remoska but it is far quicker to do it in a normal pan. I don't pre fry or par boil anything, all a matter of taste though. Keep experimenting, you'll soon get it the way you want it. Think the secret is a hot remoska to start with.
 
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Pekepal
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Thank you. It does seem logical to warm the oven up before cooking. Thanks for the tip about preheating with water. Had success today with cheese scones. Must try cooking a meal!
 
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Pekepal
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It's me again! Thank you all for your help previously with regard to getting a Remoska. Still trying it out and a little cautious. Made a lovely packet lemon drizzle cake the other day but because a 2lb bread tin Does not fit into the Remoska used a sandwich tin which was ok. However would like to try a fruit cake but the smallest tin I have is almost as tall as the inside of the Remoska. How close to the lid can you go with a tin? What do others use to bake in?
 

Hils and Glenns

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I find the Remoska takes a while to get up to temperature. Once its heated up its quite quick.
I've made a yorkshire pudding in it and just poured the mixture in the pan. I expect you could do the same with a cake. Otherwise I think one of those rubber cake tins would fit in. It would be round though.
 
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Pekepal
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How do you stop it sticking to the pan?

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Pekepal
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:)Of course it is! I forgot as I chose the terracotta colour so the whole pan is this colour. Thanks:LOL:
 

Green Man

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It also makes a difference how you arrange the food in the pan. Stuff in the centre cooks slower than that nearer the sides because of the heat conducted from the lid.

My favourite 1 pot chicken dinner is to bung a load of root veggies/halved onions etc in the pan with a halved lemon or bulb of garlic. Add a tablespoon or so of olive oil plus seasoning and sprigs of thyme or rosemary. Mix it all to coat then arrange chicken pieces (skin side down to start then turn skin side up after about 30 minutes) on top. Cook til done. Move the chicken nearer the side to crisp the skin. Eat. Simple.
 
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Pekepal
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Sounds Yummy! Have added it to my Remoska receipies.

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