Superbly User-Friendly Delighting You with Healthy Dishes

Superbly User-Friendly
Delighting You with Healthy Dishes

The German Pool Halogen Cooking Pot can grill, steam, bake, toast, broil, roast, re-heat and defrost through its easy one-button operation. Not producing any radiation, the Halogen Cooking Pot combines FIR penetration with convection and conduction. It allows you to prepare a healthy meal quickly and safely.

Weekend Weekly Recommended

The German Pool Halogen Cooking Pot is recommended by Weekend Weekly. Reporters of the magazine test the appliance out and create oil-free fry chicken!

Efficient 3-Way Halogen Heating

The infrared rays cook rapidly through heat conduction, convection and direct heat penetration. The excess fat in food is forced out, waiving the need for additional cooking oil. What’s more, this way of cooking emits no harmful radiation during the process!
Heat Penetration
The high-temperature FIR rays penetrate the food for fast cooking.
Heat Convection
The heat circulating system speeds up the cooking process.
Heat Conduction
Heat is conducted directly from the rack to the food.
The heat energy emitted by the infrared rays can directly penetrate food for speedy cooking.

Flameless | Fumeless | Oil-Free

No oil is needed during the preparation and cooking processes. Heat waves can penetrate directly into the food, effectively driving out grease. Thus, the cholesterol content can be kept to a minimum.

12 Cooking Modes

The Halogen Cooking Pot is a combination of electric grill, rice cooker, conventional oven, microwave oven, toaster, stewing pot and skillet. The unique one-button operation enables you to create perfect dishes with the perfect temperature and timing. You can also adjust time and temperature flexibly.
Rice
Cake
Steam
Pizza
Turbo
Sterilize
Heat Dry
Toast

User-Friendly Feature

Auto-Pause Feature
Anti-Tipover Device
"Easy-Lift" Cooking Pot Lid
Expandable Capacity
Detachable Power Cord
Shock-Proof Lid

Learn Easily with Videos

Accessories

Low Rack
Combo Rack
Ring Extension
Plate Lifter
Frying Pan
Baking Pan
Stainless Steel
Pot (Optional)
Casserole Pot
(Optional)
Stainless Steel
Basket (Optional)
Cookbook
(Optional)
Recipe DVD
(Optional)
Low Rack
For larger food items such as Grilled Duck, Grilled Chicken, Casserole.(CKA-RKL1)

Self Cleaning

1 Dissolve Grease with Steam

Fill Glass Container half-full with clean water. Press Turbo button to dissolve grease with hot steam. Remove water. Repeat once.

2 Sterilize with Heat

Press Turbo button to sterilize and dry the Glass Container with high heat.

3 Air-Dry

Open lid to air-dry and cool down Halogen Cooking Pot. Done.

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Specifications
  • Information
  • Functions & Features
  • Others
  • Specifications are subject to change without prior notice. Please refer to the Instruction Manual for Warranty Information.

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FAQ

How to make crispy roasted pork with the Halogen Cooking Pot?
Scald the pork belly in boiling water and marinate with sea salt for 2 hours. Pierce holes on the skin with a fork. Put the pork, skin-side down, onto the Low Rack inside the Halogen Pot. Roast at 260℃ for 15 minutes, then flip and roast skin-side up for 30 minutes more.
Why doesn't the heating element light up? Does it need to be repaired?
Either the heating element is broken or the circuit board is out of order. Bring the Halogen Cooking Pot to our Repairs & Customer Service Centre for inspection.
My Halogen Cooking Pot is out of order. What should I do?
Please check if the plug is secured and whether the lid is properly closed. If it is confirmed that the Halogen Pot is out of order, please bring the unit to the Repairs & Customer Service Centre. Free inspection and repair service will be provided within the warranty period. Parts for replacement will be charged after the warranty period has expired. Attention: It is unnecessary to bring the glass container along with the unit body for inspection or repair if the glass container is in good condition.
Can I use my Halogen Cooking Pot bought in Hong Kong in foreign countries?
It depends on the voltage of different countries. The voltage in Hong Kong is 220V. Halogen Cooking Pots bought in Hong Kong can also be used in the United Kingdom, Malaysia, Singapore and Macau. Voltage converters should be applied when using the Halogen Pot in Mainland China and Australia. In America, Canada and Taiwan, only the 110V model can be used. The 110V model can be purchased at our showrooms and the e-store (http://www.germanpoolstore.com/).
What is the operation principle of Halogen Cooking Pot? Does it release radiation?
The Halogen Cooking Pot generates waves of infrared light in order to heat up the air inside the heating chamber. The fan then circulates the heated air throughout the chamber to evenly cook the contents inside the container through convective heat transfer, or convection. Food can be cooked within a very short time. The Halogen Cooking Pot does NOT release radiation, so it is safer than microwave oven.
How to make roasted nuts with the Halogen Cooking Pot?
Scatter the nuts on the Baking Pan. Place the pan onto the Low Rack inside the Halogen Cooking Pot, then roast at 180℃ for 15 minutes. Stir briefly during the cooking process. Season with salt. Let cool and serve.
The fan keeps running even after cooking is finished and the heating element goes out. What is going
It is normal as the Halogen Cooking Pot is processing heat dissipation.
When I bake cakes with the Halogen Cooking Pot, the fan is too strong, making the surface of the cake uneven. How can I solve the problem?
Reverse the High Rack and put the cake inside. Put the Baking Plate on top of the legs of the Rack in order to block out the wind. However, the temperature should be adjusted to a higher level. The cooking time has to be extended as well.
Am I not allowed to use any metal containers with Halogen Cooking Pot, just like any other microwave
No, it is ok to use metal containers as long as they do not contain any plastic or rubber parts. Basically, all oven-friendly dishware that withstands 300℃ can be used in Halogen Cooking Pot.
How to stew with the Halogen Cooking Pot?
Put the Low Rack into the Halogen Cooking Pot, then place the stewing pot onto the rack. Pour hot water into the Halogen Pot until it reaches half way of the stewing pot. Put on the Ring Extension before covering the lid. Adjust the temperature to 180℃. The stewing time varies depending on the type of food, but it is similar to that of flame cooking.

Selected Recipes

Grilled Chicken Caesar
Deep Fried Sesame Balls
Bacon & Mushroom Tartlets
Easter cupcakes
Easter frosting cookie
Palmiers
Rose Cupcake
Apple Pie
Strawberry Cream Cake
Christmas Tree Chocolate Brownie
Christmas Gingerbread Man
Roast Turkey
Teochew Mooncake
Cantonese Mooncake
Fortune Cookies
Bunny Japanese Wagashi
Chocolate Orange Brownies
Chocolate Chip Cookies
White Chocolate Fig Tart
Chinese style BBQ Iberico
Braised Pork with Sichuan Pickles
Spinach and Bacon Quiche
Stuffed Grilled Spring Chicken with Lemongrass
Mexican Grilled Chicken with Apricot Sauce
Grilled Shrimps with Garlic
Stewed Pork Knuckles with Abalones
Ginger and Honey Souffle
Home-Style Steamed Chicken
Cheesy Hasselback Potatoes
Custard Mooncakes
Tortillas with Tzatziki Sauce
Pork Patties with Chaozhou Salted Fish and Lotus Roots
Lemon Souffle
Pork Patties with Double Mustard Sauce
Watermelon Pizza
Potato Pizza
German-style Grilled Pork Knuckle
Italian Grilled Pork Belly Rolls with Pesto Sauce
Claypot Rice with Minced Beef and Dried Shrimps
Grill Prawns with Butter and Black Pepper
Typhoon Shelter Style Frogs
Chicken Wings in Sha Cha Sauce
Pan-seared Salmon Steak with Turmeric Mustard Sauce
Sweetened Cashew Nuts Cream
Cheese Tart
Grilled Chicken with Herbs
Chicken Kebab with Yogurt
Grill Saury
Vietnamese Style Baked Spring Roll
Baked Hasselback Potato
Red Bean Pancake
Baby Walnut Cookies
Grilled eel,. Beef and Mackerel
Grilled Mackerel with Indonesian Banana Leaves
Barbecue Pork
Pork Bone Soup with Yellow Cucumber and White Dutch Runner Beans
Mushrooms with Minced Meat and Cheese
Pork Jowl with Japanese Wasabi
Beef Jerky
Homemade Dinner Rolls
Ragu Baked Spaghetti
Flat Roasted Chicken
Baked Oysters
Steamed Pompano Fish
Stuffed Trio
Salty Chicken Knuckles
Palmier
Chicken Skewers with Homemade Satay Sauce
Chicken Quesadillas
French Apple Tart
Mini Custard Mooncake
Mini Chicken Burger
Vietnamese Style Baked Spring Roll
Broiled Rib eye with Cherry Tomatoes
Ghostly Bacon & Cheese Pizza
Mini Mooncakes
Seafood Soup with Puff Pastry
Drumsticks in Sweet Lemon Sauce
Valentine Chocolate Lava
Cookies ‘n’ Cream Popcorn
Honey-Glazed Egg Crackers
Stuffed Almond-Coated Meatball
Nachos with Cheese & Tomato
Mini French Toast with Kaya Jam
Juicy Roast Pork Cheek
Baked Breakfast Sandwich Cups
Crispy Mushroom Pouch
Home-made Honey Glazed Char Siu
Sweet Potato Casserole
Breaded Pork Cutlets
Grilled Chicken Wings in Tea Flavour
Home-made Crispy Roast Pork
Souffle
Mushroom & Sausage Pizza
Custard Bread Pudding
Grilled Baby Salmon in White Miso Sauce
Shrimp Skewers
Home-Made Butter Cookies
Baked Potato Skins
Black Pepper Teriyaki-Glazed Burger
Grilled Salmon Head
Honey Milk Scones
Parmesan Mochi Balls
Honey Glazed Chicken Wings
Sponge Cake
Chicken Rice Casserole
Grilled Rack of Lamb
Salty Chicken
Cookies with Royal Icing