Setting the power level
The hob must be switched on.
1Select the required hotplate To do this, turn the
Tipp control to the required hotplate.
2Turn the Tipp control until the desired power level
appears on the display.
3To change the power level: select the hotplate
and change the power level desired using the
Switching off the hotplate
Select the hotplate and turn the Tipp control until ‹ is
displayed. The hotplate is switched off and the
residual heat indicator comes on.
Note: If no pan has been placed on the induction
hotplate, the selected power level flashes. After a
certain time, the hotplate switches off.
The table below contains some examples. Cooking
times depend on the type, weight and quality of the
food. As such they are approximate.
Power levels affect cooking results.
When heating purées, creams and thick sauces, stir
Use power level 9 to begin cooking.
Cooking power Type of cooking Examples
9 Preheating Water
Heating Fat, Liquids
Boiling Soups, Sauces
9-8. Blanching Vegetables
8-6 Frying Meat, Potatoes
7-5 Frying Fish
7-6 Frying Dishes made from flour, Dishes made from eggs
Boiling uncovered Pastas, Liquids
6-5 Browning Flour, Onions
Toasting Almonds, Breadcrumbs
Reducing Soup, Sauces
5-4 * Slow cooking, uncovered Potato balls, Vegetable soup, Meat soup, Poached eggs
4-3 * Slow cooking, uncovered Sausages heated in water
5-4 Steaming Vegetables, Potatoes, Fish
Sautéing Vegetables, Fruit, Fish
Stewing Meat roll, Stew, Vegetables
3.-2. Stewing Goulash
4.-3 Cooking covered Soups, Sauces
3.-2. Defrosting Deep-frozen products
3-2 Slow cooking Rice, Pulses
Setting Egg-based dishes
2-1 Heating / Keeping warm Soaps, Vegetable and pulse stew, Vegetables in sauce
1.-1 Melting Butter, Chocolate