Инструкция для PHILIPS HD9120

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 Fill the water tank with water up to the maximum level. With a full water tank, the steamer 

can steam for approximately 1 hour (Fig. 2).

Only fill the water tank with water. Never put seasoning, oil, or other substances in the water 

tank.

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 Place the drip tray on the water tank in the base (Fig. 3).

Never use the appliance without the drip tray.

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 If desired, put dried or fresh herbs or spices on the flavour booster to add extra flavour to 

the food to be steamed (Fig. 4).

Thyme, coriander, basil, dill, curry and tarragon are some of the exciting herbs and spices that you 

can put on the flavour booster. You can combine them with garlic, caraway or horseradish to 

enhance flavour without adding salt. We advise you to use 1/2 to 3tsp of dried herbs or spices. Use 

more if you use fresh herbs or spices. 

For suggested herbs or spices for various types of food, see the food steaming table in chapter ‘Food 

table and steaming tips’.
Tip: If you use ground herbs or spices, rinse the drip tray to wet the flavour booster. This prevents ground 

herbs or spices from falling through the openings of the flavour booster (Fig. 5).

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 Put the food to be steamed in one or more steaming bowls and/or in the XL steaming bowl 

(see section ‘XL steaming bowl’ below).

Tip: Put eggs on the egg holders to steam eggs conveniently (Fig. 6).

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 Place larger pieces of food and food that require a longer steaming time in the bottom 

steaming bowl.

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 Arrange the food with ample space between the pieces to allow maximum steam flow. Do 

not put too much food in the steaming bowls.

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 Put one or more steaming bowls on the drip tray.  (Fig. 7)

Note: Make sure you place the bowls properly and that they do not wobble.

 - You do not have to use all 3 steaming bowls.

 - The steaming bowls are numbered. You find the number on their handles.The top steaming 

bowl is no. 3, The middle steaming bowl is no. 2 and the bottom steaming bowl is no. 1.

 - Only stack the steaming bowls in the following order: steaming bowl 1, steaming bowl 2, 

steaming bowl 3.

 - If you use steaming bowls 2 and 3 with their removable bottoms, always make sure the rim of 

the bottom points upwards and that the bottom locks into place (‘click’) (Fig. 8).

 - If you have removed the bottom of steaming bowl 2 only, you can still place steaming bowl 3 on 

top.

 - If you want to steam large foods (e.g. corn cobs or yams), you can remove the bottoms from 

steaming bowls 2 and/or 3 to maximise the steaming space (Fig. 9).

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 Put the lid on the top steaming bowl (Fig. 10).

Note: If the lid is not placed on the steaming bowl properly or at all, the food is not steamed properly.

 XL steaming bowl

The XL steaming bowl is intended for soup, stew, porridge and rice, and other food that is not 

suitable for steaming in the other bowls.

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 You can use the XL steaming bowl in the following combinations: 

 - Bowls 1 and 2 or bowls 2 and 3 (Fig. 11).

 - Bowls 1, 2 and 3 (Fig. 12).

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