How to Roast Vegetables in an Advantium Oven

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The Advantium Oven allows you to cook one of three ways: microwave, traditional oven or speedcook. By combining heating methods, the Advantium oven can cook in shorter amounts of time than traditional ovens. When converting recipes, halve the time, but use the same temperature setting. This applies to roasted vegetables which cook in 35 minutes rather than one hour. (See reference 1, page 4)

Things You'll Need

  • Advantium oven
  • 1-1/2 qt. casserole dish
  • 6 cups mixed vegetables, cut into 1/2- to 1-inch pieces (broccoli, cauliflower, carrots, squash, etc)
  • 16 oz. bottle of prepared salad dressing or marinade (Italian, Ranch, Dijon, etc)
  • Spoon
  • Salt and pepper to taste (optional)
  • Black oven insert tray for Advantium oven
  • Oven mitts
  • Place mixed vegetables in the casserole dish. Pour the salad dressing or marinade over the vegetable mixture. Toss with a spoon to coat, adding salt and pepper, if desired. (See reference 2)

  • Insert the black cooking tray in the oven. Place the casserole dish onto the tray and close the door. (See reference 3)

  • Press the "custom speedcook" button on the control panel of the oven. (See resource 1, page 16)

  • Set the time for cooking by turning the dial to select 35 minutes. Push the dial in to select the time. (See resource 1, pg 16)

  • Set the upper lamp to brown the top of the vegetables by turning the dial to set the upper heater (U) to "Med". Press the dial in to select. (See resource 1, page 16)

  • Set the lower heating lamp for cooking. Twist the dial clockwise to choose "Hi" for the lower lamp heater (L) and push the dial in to choose. Hit the "start" button to begin cooking the vegetables. (See resource 1, page 16)

  • Stir the vegetables halfway through cooking. (See reference 3) Remove the casserole dish from the oven, using oven mitts, when the oven signals the end of cooking time.

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