#1
Ok...So, here's to story....My father is away for a week so I'm by myself which means me cooking for myself (yay!). Buuut I need help with something so I don't eat undercooked stuff...Or overcooked as the case may be. So, tonight I'm cooking something from frozen which needs to be cooked at 180 degrees for 40 minutes.....But I'm also doing frozen chips which need to be be done from 220 degrees for 25 minutes....So, will I need to put the 40 minute thing on for longer than the chips if I put the oven on at 220? If so, how much longer?

Thanks in advance

PS: I try to avoid the whole cooking thing that have different temperatures on them but tonight I'm doing something that's going out of date tonight so I can't avoid it unless I want to waste food.
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#3
just do the one thing first, then the other, then wen they are both ready to eat, microwave them to give them some heat.
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you could probablygt away with doing them both for 40 mins at 180
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#6
do what everyone else said.


I've got 2 ovens in my kitchen to avoid this problem.
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#7
do you have more than one oven? Like a fan assisted oven and a grill/oven?
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#11
lol u have a free house for a week and you're worrying about food.I think u need a party
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you could probablygt away with doing them both for 40 mins at 180


I'd say stick the chips in 10 minutes after you've started the frozen thing, and keep it at 180. Just make sure it's really really hot and you won't die.
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#13
Just make the chips first, then the other thing, when you got 5 mins left on the other thing, put in the chips, to warm them up
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Quote by Baarmy_Sheep
you could probablygt away with doing them both for 40 mins at 180


Damn....Now why didn't I think of that?

Oh well, learning experience....Thanks for everyone's help by the way. The Pit is always the place I come to get advice from =]
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#15
Are you sure the chips need 220? Does it not have a different temperature for fan assisted ovens?
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#16
Put the oven on 400 and take each item out when it looks done.
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#18
I love cooking
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