Oven essentials: The best on the market

Oven essentials: The best on the market
Universal Magazines
By Nishi Amaratunga

We’ve rounded up what’s hot in to help you bake to perfection

What’s hot right now

A few of the hotteset models currently on the market:

1. Smeg Classic collection. Smeg has launched a collection of 14 Classic ovens, designed in collaboration with renowned Italian architect Guido Canali. The new Classic collection includes 60cm, 70cm and 90cm models, as well as compact and double ovens. The range is rich in innovative features and functions such as Eclipse high-visibility glass doors. smeg.com.au

ovens - Smeg

2. Smeg Classic collection. Smeg has launched a brand-new collection of 14 Classic ovens, designed in collaboration with renowned Italian architect Guido Canali. The new Classic collection includes 60cm, 70cm and 90cm models, as well as compact and double ovens. The range is rich in innovative features and functions such as Eclipse high-visibility glass doors. smeg.com.au

ovens - smeg

3. ASKO Elements pyrolytic oven. A combination of state-of-the-art technology, functionality and aesthetic appeal, this range from Asko features a unique interactive element based on a TFT full-colour touch screen. This pyrolytic built-in oven comes is available in 45cm and 60cm and includes features such as 19 and 22 functions respectively, volume capacities of 50L and 73L respectively, and  87 automatic programs. asko.com.au

Asko Ovens

4. De Dietrich DOP1140 multifunction pyrolytic oven. This 60L multifunction oven features rotary and touch controls for easy navigation through a variety of cooking modes. It also includes a pizza setting that combines three oven levels as well as a remarkable self-cleaning function — once it reaches a temperature of 500°C, the oven will begin to carbonise all dirt into a fine ash. dedietrich.com.au

DeDietrich oven  

Steam ovens condensed

Dedicated steamer? Contemplating delving into steam-related food preparation, but want the options of baking and roasting as well? Perhaps a combi-steam oven is the way to go.

1. Steel Genesi GFFE6-S oven. This combi-steam model is a fan-forced oven, steamer and pizza oven in one. It offers nine cooking functions as well as five additional functions on the pizza oven. The model also features a triple-glazed glass door, 81L gross capacity, telescopic rails and micro-embossed stainless steel, which makes cleaning a breeze. steelbrand.com.au

 

2. Miele DGC 6865 XXL oven. This plumbed-in, 68L capacity combi-steam oven features more than 200 automatic programmes, as well as a touch screen and high-resolution TFT display, allowing it to be operated like a smartphone. Other standout features include Miele’s patented wireless food probe, a stainless-steel interior with a linen-weave finish, which ensures ease of cleaning, and a very short heat-up time to 100°C when in steam-only mode. mieleshop.com.au

Ovens - Miele

 

3. Barazza Feel oven. Designed to perfectly blend both form and function, this combi-steam oven features digital touch controls, to ensure stress-free steaming and baking. Other noteworthy features include six functions, 20 automatic cooking programs, an electronic child safety lock, a stainless-steel oven lining and heat-reflecting glass door. abey.com.au

Ovens - Barazza

 

 

 



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