Wolfgang Pucks Chocolate cheesecakr
Does someone know the recipe for the Chocolate cheesecake Wolgang made when he was showing the hand mixer with Shannon? I know he put 2 blocks of cream cheese and 5 eggs, but I don’t know how much coco, beown sugar or if there were other ingredients? Thank you
I have a new problem now. I figured out the timing when cooking the omelets but this last time the eggs ran over and wouldn’t wipe off the hot plate completely. I don’t know what to use to get the rest of it off. I tried hot water and that didn’t work. It says not to submerge it so I’m at a loss.
I have one from before when it sold for $ 19.95 and it still works great. Now they are going for $ 34.95. Why are they now almost double the price plus shipping………Ronnie
If you key in 294-391 the item shows up as sold out but the Product Manual tab is listed next to Features. After clicking that, wait a second or two and a link for “Product Manual” will appear just below Overview. Click that and you will get a pdf of the manual that you can save and/or print. Hope that helps.
I love poached eggs and when I first received the smaller one it worked wonders, but lately has been over cooking them. I’m still playing around with water measurements and when I find the one that works best, I’ll take a marker and place a dot because that cup is really hard to read.
From the instruction manual:
Omelette: 1. Fill the Measuring Cup with cold water to the Medium Line. 2. Pour cold water into the Heating Plate. 3. Place Egg Tray on the body and place Egg Bowl on top of the Egg Tray. 4. Mix eggs in a bowl before pouring into Egg Bowl. 5. Cover the Lid and plug Egg Cooker in. 6. When the light turns off, the omelette will be cooked. For a dry omelette, leave the eggs in the cooker for an additional two minutes.
Hi, JadedOne. I had the same problem. After trial & error, I came up with this:
I always make 3 omelettes and I use the water amount for 3 hardboiled eggs, but I set the timer on my stove for about 11 or 12 minutes and just turn off the Dash cooker on my own.
For the poaching, there is a small section in the booklet at the very bottom of page 4. Use the medium section of the measuring cup. For 1 egg fill the water to the 7 mark, for 2 eggs, fill the water to 6 and for 3 eggs, fill the water to the 5.
Hope this helps.
Btw, this is for the original smaller Dash. I did get the larger sized cooker too, but I couldn’t get that one to cook my eggs no matter what I tried. I think I may have gotten a dud on that.
There is a very small section in the instruction manual that tells you about poached eggs. Bottom of page 4.
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01.16.16 7:21 PM