How Do You Operate The Ronco Rotisserie?
Brought to you by famed TV pitchman and inventor Ron Popeil, the Ronco Showtime rotisserie is a countertop appliance that lets you enjoy attractive, oven-roasted foods for a fraction of the cost you would pay to buy them already prepared. Most commonly used to roast chicken, the Showtime rotisserie also cooks steaks, pork chops, burgers, lamb, turkey, kebobs, fish and vegetables. To cook a variety of foods, you need several accessories–some standard and others optional–such as spit rods, kebob rods, food baskets, a heating tray and a flavor injector. Load the food onto the spit rods, kebob rods or cooking basket depending on the type of food you are cooking. If you are roasting large cuts of meat or chickens, put the meat on the spit rods. For vegetables or smaller pieces of meat, such as hamburgers or boneless chicken breasts, arrange the food in a cooking basket. Skewered foods go on the kebob rods. Load the food into the rotisserie. Choose cooking position “A” unless you are cooki