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The benefits of built-in
Posted by Hayley Gilbert Tuesday, 13th June 2017
When it comes to cooking, you want the very latest technology combined with stylish looks and an appliance that can cope easily with the demands of family life. Rangemaster has got it all covered, as this iconic brand now offers a complete collection of sleek built-in appliances, perfect for contemporary kitchens and today’s busy lifestyles.
Take your pick from a variety of high-tech designs packed with features and functions specially created to make your life easier while delivering perfect results, every time. There are built-in ovens (single, double and Pyrolytic), compact models (steam oven, microwave combination oven, storage drawer and warming drawer) and induction, gas and ceramic hobs. And with integrated refrigeration and dishwashers too, you can kit your kitchen out with a co-ordinated collection that answers all your cooking, cooling and dishwashing needs.
There are many benefits to having built-in appliances. As well as a seamless look perfect for modern kitchen schemes, you’ll find key features such as multifunction cooking, soft close doors, large capacities, triple glazed removable doors, touch controls, easy clean enamel, Pyrolytic cleaning and A energy ratings. Keen cooks as well as home chefs alike will appreciate the many different cooking functions. For instance, Delicate Bake for pastry dishes, Browning for the perfect finish, Duo for slow cooked casseroles and Rapid Cooking for when you’re in a hurry. Multifunction ovens are always popular, as these allow you to grill, roast and bake a variety of dishes and can also include Conventional and Fanned cooking, too.
Steam ovens have also become hugely popular, as they are easy to use and help retain food’s natural vitamins and nutrients while preserving flavour, moisture and texture. Rangemaster’s steam oven is a compact appliance that can be teamed with a matching single oven, warming and storage drawer for a bank of built-in designs that offer flexible cooking at the touch of a button. “The award-winning Rangemaster steam oven uses the forced steam method,” confirms Kathryn Lowe of Rangemaster, “where the steam is created outside the oven cavity and then injected in. It’s controllable and versatile as it tailors the steam delivery to provide perfect results on any dish.”
As well as being used to cook fish and vegetables, steam ovens can also cook eggs or pasta, produce beef or chicken stock, defrost meat and fish and even bake bread with a delicious crust. “One of the main benefits of the Rangemaster steam oven is that the food retains more nutrients and a more vibrant colour,” adds Kathryn. “It also reaches temperatures quickly and reduces cooking times.”Share