Russell Hobbs RHFM2001B Flatbed Microwave, 19 Litre, Black [Energy Class D]
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About this item
- Flatbed Microwave technology offers more useable space – ideal for large plates and casserole dishes. The flatbed surface is easier to clean than a conventional microwave
- The diamond cavity structure provides improved microwave distribution by enhancing the reflection of the microwaves inside the cavity. This helps to cook your food more effectively
- 700W of power, this microwave can handle all of your cooking, reheating, and defrosting requirements
- This microwave has automatic defrost settings, all you have to do is input the weight of the food, and the microwave selects the ideal defrost time
- Use the auto-cook menus to preset cooking times for a variety of foods, making cooking as easy as 1-2-3
|Dimensions:||51.2 x 41.6 x 33.6 cm; 13.15 Kilograms|
From the manufacturer
Russell Hobbs 19L Flatbed Microwave – RHFM2001B
The RHFM2001B flatbed microwave has a sleek and stylish design, with an attractive mirror door finish. This appliance also includes impressive functionality, with 800 watts of microwave power providing quick and convenient cooking in your home.
Recipe Ideas for your Russell Hobbs Microwave
Rocky Road Cake in a Mug
2 tbsp butter, 1 tbsp cocoa powder, 1 medium egg, 3 tbsp caster sugar, 2 tbsp self-raising flour, 4 tbsp mini marshmallows, 1 tbsp raisins, 2 tbsp broken rich tea biscuits
1. Add the butter to a large microwavable mug of at least 350ml. Microwave for 10-20 seconds to melt.
2. Add the cocoa powder and stir to combine. Next add the egg and sugar, beating with a fork.
3. Add the flour and beat again until smooth.
4. Stir in most of the marshmallows, raisins and biscuits and sit the remaining on top.
5. Cook on full power for 1 minute 40 seconds. Check that the mixture is cooked. If not, add time and check at 30 second intervals until it is completely cooked through.
Fuss-Free Poached Egg
1 medium egg, A pinch of salt, Recently boiled water
1. Using water from a recently boiled kettle, half fill a microwavable mug.
2. Add a pinch of salt and carefully crack the egg into the water.
3. Microwave on full power for 30 seconds.
4. Check the egg. If necessary, cook for a further 30-45 seconds, checking at 15 second intervals until poached to the desired consistency.
5. Drain and serve.
Why not try…
Serving with toasted English muffins, steamed spinach and Hollandaise sauce
Mac & Cheese in a Mug
½ cup macaroni, 1 cup water, ½ cup grated cheddar cheese, Pinch of salt
1. Add the macaroni to a microwavable mug of at least 350ml and cover with water, adding a pinch of salt. You may need to vary the water level depending on mug size, ensuring there is enough to cover the pasta.
2. Microwave on full power for a total of 8 minutes, or until al dente, stirring after every 2 minutes and adding more water if necessary.
3. Add the cheese to the pasta, mixing with the small amount of water remaining at the bottom of the mug.
4. If the cheese is not completely melted, put the mug back in the microwave for 30-60 seconds.
5. Stir, allow to cool sufficiently and tuck in.
Steamed Salmon, Potatoes and Asparagus
2 salmon fillets, 300g baby potatoes, 250g asparagus, 1 tsp butter, 2 slices lemon, 1 tbsp chopped dill, Salt and pepper
1. Place the potatoes in a microwavable container with the butter. Season and cover with cling film. Cook on full power for 4-5 minutes or until cooked. Keep covered.
2. Meanwhile, place the salmon in a microwavable container with the lemon and dill. Season and cover with cling film. As soon as the potatoes are cooked, cook the salmon on full power for 3 minutes. If necessary, extend the cooking time by up to 2 minutes, checking at regular intervals until the salmon is cooked through.
3. Finally, wash and trim the asparagus, cover and cook for 2-3 minutes, then serve with the salmon and potatoes.
About the RHFM2001B
The Russell Hobbs RHFM2001B microwave has a sleek and stylish contemporary design, boasting an attractive mirror door finish. As well as an appealing look, this appliance also includes impressive functionality, with 700 watts of microwave power providing quick and convenient cooking in your home.
The RHFM2001B from Russell Hobbs has Flatbed technology; this removes the need for a turntable to offer a microwave with more usable space. Square plates and casserole dishes that would not fit in a conventional turntable microwave, can now be reheated or defrosted. The flatbed surface is easier to clean than a conventional microwave, so food debris and moisture can be easily wiped away.
The diamond cavity structure provides improved microwave distribution by enhancing the reflection of the microwaves inside the cavity. This helps to cook your food more effectively, saving time and energy.
Cooking Functions and Features
Pre-programmed auto cook menus, such as pizza (reheat), fish, and popcorn, allow you to cook all your favourite foods at the push of a button. What’s more, there’s automatic defrost settings meaning all you have to do is input the weight of the food, and the microwave selects the ideal defrost time, saving you time and effort. Moreover, 5 microwave power levels enable tailoring of your cooking experience.
Additional features include a handy digital clock and count-down timer, and for added peace of mind, the RHFM2001B comes with a child safety lock option. Once the child lock is on, it locks the button control so the microwave cannot be activated.
To avoid any microwave mishaps it is recommended to take extra care with the following:
Low moisture foods (eg. cereals, bagels, dried pasta, pulses and chocolate)
– These must be cooked on a low power level for a very short length of time, or preferably not at all.
High sugar content foods (eg. jams, syrups)
– These foods can become easily ‘super-heated’ when cooked in a microwave oven.
Foods containing alcohol
– Foods with an alcohol content must not be cooked in a microwave as they could ignite.
Foods with a membrane or outer skin (eg. fruits, sausages, potatoes)
– Food with a sealed or none porous skin must be pierced to allow pressure and steam to escape