Bagel FunctionToast FunctionReheat FunctionWarm FunctionBake Function
Broil FunctionCookie FunctionPizza FunctionRoast FunctionSlow Cook Function

Bagel Function

The BAGEL function crisps the insides of your cut bagel while only lightly toasting the outside. This function is also ideal for toasting crumpets or thick sliced specialty breads, which require one side to be toasted more than the other.

NOTE: If you like your bagel halves equally crisp on both the top and bottom, we recommend using the TOAST function to toast your cut bagel.

Toast Function

The TOAST function browns and crisps the outside of your bread while keeping the inside soft and moist. This function is also ideal for English muffins and frozen waffles.

The REHEAT function is ideal for reheating leftovers without browning.

Warm Function

The WARM function maintains hot foods at the recommended temperature to prevent bacterial growth (160°F or above).

Bake Function

The BAKE function cooks food evenly throughout. This function is ideal for baking cakes, muffins, brownies, and pastries. The BAKE function is also ideal for cooking prepackaged frozen meals including lasagna and pot pies.

NOTE: The following bake-ware will fit into the oven:

  • 1/4 sheet tray
  • 1/4 sheet-sized accessories with no side handles
  • 13″ x 9″ baking tins with no side handles
  • bundt pan
  • 6 cup muffin pan
  • 9″ pie pan
  • 9″ loaf pan

Broil Function

The BROIL function is ideal for open sandwiches, small cuts of meat, poultry, fish, sausages, and vegetables. Broiling can also be used to brown the tops of casseroles and gratins.

Broiling Guide

Broiling Time Table

TypeCutWeight/ThicknessGrilling time
1" (2.5cm)
1" (2.5cm)
12-15 mins
10-15 mins
1" (2.5cm)
1 rack
3 rashers
15 mins
20 mins
10 mins
LambNeck Chops
4 pieces
8 pieces
15 mins
10-12 mins
8 pieces
6 pieces
8 mins
12 mins
Breast or Thigh
1 lb (500g)
0.5 lbs (250g)
12-15 mins
20 mins
Fish0.5 lbs (250g)
1 lb (500g)
8 mins
8-10 mins
Cheese Melt3-5 mins

Cookie Function

The COOKIE function is ideal for baking homemade or commercially prepared cookies and other baked treats. This function is ideal for baking ready-to-bake crescent rolls, cinnamon rolls, biscuits, and strudels.

NOTE: It may be necessary to lightly grease or line the enamel Baking Pan with baking paper to prevent cookies from sticking.

Pizza Function

The PIZZA function melts and browns cheese and toppings while crisping the pizza crust.

Note on pizza stones

When using a pizza stone, it is necessary to first heat the stone (without a pizza) for optimum results.

Roast Function

The ROAST function is ideal for cooking a variety of meats and poultry that are tender and juicy on the inside and roasted to perfection on the outside.

Roasting Time Table

NOTE: We recommend limiting the weight of meats and poultry to be roasted to 4.5 lbs (2kg). However, the actual maximum weight will vary depending on the type, cut, shape, and size of the meat.

TypeCutRoasting time per 1 lb (500g)
BeefRib Eye, Round, or Rib Roast30 minutes
PorkLoin (bone in/out)35 minutes
LambLeg (bone in/out)30 minutes
ChickenWhole30 minutes

NOTE: When roasting, the Breville enamel Broil Rack may be inserted into Breville enamel baking pan. When assembled together, the Broil Rack is designed to drain grease and fats away from meats for healthier cooking. The Baking Pan collects these pan drippings and helps prevent spattering.

Slow Cook Function

The SLOW COOK Function can be used on the LO setting from 4 to 10 hours and on the HI setting for 2 to 8 hours. Ensure that the cookware being used is over-proof due to the extended exposure to heat and that the cookware does not exceed 13 pounds when empty.

NOTE: Caution should be exercised when using pans and dishes constructed of materials other than metal. If using ceramic or glass pans or dishes it is important that they are oven-safe to prevent cracking. For questions regarding the use of oven safe and specialty bake-ware in compact ovens, please contact the bake-ware manufacturer directly.

NOTE: Caution should be exercised when using metal foil to cover accessories, pans, and dishes. Be sure that the metal foil is fitted securely as close contact with the oven’s heating elements can cause overheating and risk of fire. When using metal foil to cover accessories, pans, and dishes, it is recommended that the Wire Rack be in the middle or bottom location.

NOTE: Caution should be exercised when using lids in the oven, as pressure buildup in a covered pan or dish may cause hot ingredients to expel or the dish to crack.