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#341 Tue 11 Sep 12 8:09pm

Aoife115

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

Hi Jamie and other members! My 4 year old sons favourite dinner of all time is lasagna. Unfortunately tomatoes make his excema flair up badly. Does anyone have any good recipe to make a just as tasty beef lasagna without tomatoes?
Thanks!

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#342 Tue 11 Sep 12 8:36pm

taniajneeson

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

Hi! I have a magimix cuisine 5200 - i have the juicer attachment. I want to start makihg breakfast smoothies but am not sure which attachment to use or if i need to buy the extra smoothie attachment? Can you help?! Thanks.
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#343 Wed 12 Sep 12 6:36am

mummza

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

Welcome to the forum taniajneeson ,  smile
Do you mean the part that goes on the Magimix and is like a large or
Hand juicer ....if you do then   the juicer attatchement is simply for removing the juice from oranges , lemons etc .
It's will not be suitable for making a smoothie.

There is some sort of mesh looking drum shapped juicer attatchement as well but I have never owned one and never seen one in use do I am not sure about that.

I think that the best  thing is to phone the Magimix number that is in the back of your handbook , I have always found them very helpful.

I have recently bought me son a Magimix and discovered that his came with a blender ring. I have never tried it but it might be worth asking is there is one avalible for the 5200 and how it works . .

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#344 Wed 12 Sep 12 6:50am

Maree

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

Hello and welcome to the forums.

I have a 5200 and just looked up the instruction book. No blender attachment/gizmo was listed under "optional accessories".

Mind you, mine is 5 years old so things may have changed.

Suggest you do as Mummza said and contact the number on your warranty registration card/ at the back of your book.

Good luck.


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#345 Thu 13 Sep 12 8:56pm

claudias4

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

Hi Jamie, I hope you can help me. Can I use a cast iron griddle on a glass top stove?
Claudia  , Sterling, Il USA

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#346 Thu 13 Sep 12 9:20pm

falconcy

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

claudias4 wrote:

Hi Jamie, I hope you can help me. Can I use a cast iron griddle on a glass top stove?
Claudia  , Sterling, Il USA

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By glass, I guess you mean an induction hob? I've used cast iron pans of all kinds on the one we had in our last place without any issues.

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#347 Thu 13 Sep 12 10:59pm

Kye

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

claudias4 wrote:

Hi Jamie, I hope you can help me. Can I use a cast iron griddle on a glass top stove?
Claudia  , Sterling, Il USA

If its Induction there exists a unit (small disc) sold in the commerce to place between induction top and non induction pans etc.

The below thread has been really helpful to me, scroll down to Brits  post #3

http://www.jamieoliver.com/forum/viewto … 66#p684666

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#348 Fri 14 Sep 12 10:11am

Maree

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

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#349 Fri 14 Sep 12 10:36am

Maree

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

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#350 Sat 15 Sep 12 2:58am

Maree

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

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