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How to test an Advantium? Chicken nuggets? Potato? ???

Posted by thirdkitchenremodel (My Page) on
Mon, May 21, 12 at 16:58

I am checking out a gently used Advantium 240 OTR this evening and was wondering what I should take with me to test it out? I figure a cup of water to test the microwave part but how do I test the speedcook functions to be sure everything is in working order?

Thanks for any suggestions!


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RE: How to test an Advantium? Chicken nuggets? Potato? ???

It does frozen biscuits better than a normal oven. The ones that come in the blue bag....can't think of the brand.


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RE: How to test an Advantium? Chicken nuggets? Potato? ???

It does frozen biscuits better than a normal oven. The ones that come in the blue bag....can't think of the brand.


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RE: How to test an Advantium? Chicken nuggets? Potato? ???

Pilsbury?

If you want to do 'just baking' (no microwave), bisquits are quick, or a frozen pizza, or whatever.

If you want to do mixed, then I would thing of something like a potato or french fries. Something that you Could nuke or could bake in the oven but would do together.


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RE: How to test an Advantium? Chicken nuggets? Potato? ???

Yes, Pillsbury :-)


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RE: How to test an Advantium? Chicken nuggets? Potato? ???

Baked potato - We just cooked a pair of giant spuds in 9 minutes flat and they were tremendous - used the speed cooking option


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