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Guidelines for Skittle 2
Source: U.S. Department of Defence
A. GENERAL INFORMATION No. 34 (1)
Cooking times will vary depending on the type of food and the number of pans used. The cooking time should include the
time it requires to heat food up to cook temperature, as well as steaming. Be sure to record the most successful steaming
times on individual recipe cards for future reference.
TO OPERATE AS A BRAISING PAN:
1. Set the thermostat at 375� Fahrenheit and allow 6-8 minutes to preheat. The skittle is ready when the heater
power light goes out. Brown food according to individual AFRS recipe card instructions.
2. Lower temperature to 325� Fahrenheit and add cooking liquid. Lower hood and cook according to individual
recipe card instructions.
3. To remove liquid, tilt the pan 10� using the tilt handle and drain the liquid through the drain valve into a food
The Skittle may be used for braising pot roast, Swiss steaks, spareribs, stews and for preparing gravy, soups and sauces.
Cooking times will vary according to individual foods and amount prepared.
TO OPERATE AS A GRIDDLE:
1. Set the thermostat to 350� Fahrenheit and allow 6-8 minutes to preheat. The griddle is ready when the heater
power light goes out.
2. Raise the lid and cook foods according to individual AFRS guideline cards.
3. To drain any accumulated grease, place a #10 can into the can holder attached to the drain valve. Tilt the pan
10� using the tilt handle and allow grease to drain into the can. The griddle can be used to cook hamburgers,
steak, sandwiches, eggs, pancakes, breakfast meats and potatoes. Heat is distributed evenly over the entire pan
surface ensuring food products cook uniformly.
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