3 ways to get the cooker you need!

3 ways to get the cooker you need!


Posted 20th Oct 2015

Choosing the cooker for you doesn't need to be a stressful decision. Follow our handy guide below and make your choice easier!

 

1.  Base your choice on your cooking style
Your cooking style will surprisingly influence which type of cooker you should go for. If you find yourself making big meals from scratch, then you should consider a double or triple oven to remove the need for carefully-timed cooking schedules. However if you're more of a fan of quick one-pot wonders, a wok burner can provide an intense, even heat over a larger area to give you quick cooking.

 

[Photos: dual fuel range cooker, £585, Beko BDVF100K at Ao.com; dual fuel range cooker, £108, Thora at BHS]

 

 

2. If you're not a fan of cleaning...
If you're not a fan of cleaning, an enamel cooker could be just the thing for you. Enamel cookers are easy to clean, making a wipe of the surfaces nice and easy. At the same time a catalytic lining will cook away food residue. Oven doors can be cleaned considerably easier if you look for removable glass panels as well.

 


[Photos: dual fuel range cooker, £499.99, Kenwood CK305 at Currys; dual fuel range cooker, £448.99, Bush at Homebase]

 

 

3. Shop around!
The price of range cookers will change daily as well, so be sure to check regularly!

 

 

[Lead photos: single oven, £559.97, Matrix at Appliances Direct; dual fuel range oven, Leisure CMCF99Blue at thewrightbuy.co.uk]






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