masterchef advice:
GAS VS. INDUCTION COOKING

GAS VS INDUCTION 2

WHEN YOU’RE RENOVATING THERE ARE A LOT OF DECISIONS TO BE MADE, SOME EASIER THAN OTHERS. PARTICULARLY IN THE KITCHEN, PARTICULARLY WHEN IT COMES TO APPLIANCES AS THERE ARE SO MANY AMAZING CHOICES

Masterchef winner and ASKO ambassador, explains the difference between Gas and Induction, to help you make a decision {we watched this video and it helped us}!


When you’re creating your dream kitchen, you want your dream appliances, but it can be complicated working our exactly what you want/need to make that ‘dream’ come true. We’ve just been through the whole ‘process’, because as you know we’re renovating, and it pretty much took most of day at Winnings to take onboard the different appliance variants, and then time afterwards going through brochures and specs to work out exactly what we wanted. It’s a big commitment!

We’ve gone with ASKO for our kitchen appliances {which I’ll post about over the coming weeks – we’re in LOVE} and one thing that help us decide on our stovetop was this video {below}. Hubbie wasn’t into induction cooking, until he saw this video! Take a look and see why it changed his mind….

WHAT WE CHOSE:

THE BEST OF BOTH WORLDS: ASKO’s Duo Fusion Gas + Induction Cooktop
Featuring a Fusion Volcano Wok burner and 4 induction zones, you have the flexibility to enjoy the pure gas flame, ideal for wok cooking for instance, with the precision of induction cooking. While you concentrate on the wok, you can let one of the Auto programs on the induction cooktop take care of simmering the sauce.

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Volcano Wok Burner: The Volcano Wok has three functions – It can be used for wok cooking with directed flame under the wok, an additional outer flame for larger pots and a simmer setting for lower heat cooking.

Bridge Induction: The flexible Bridge Induction lets you to bridge two cooking zones to create one large cooking zone, allowing you to optimise your cooking space. Our Bridge Induction provides the ideal amount of space for large pots and pans, making your cooking options endless. You can choose to use the 4 induction zones separately or bridge 2 zones together.

To watch a demonstration of the Fusion Volcano Wok click here


about ASKO & ADAM

“We are proud and delighted to have Adam Liaw as ASKO’s Brand Ambassador,” said Črt Prasnikar, Managing Director of ASKO Appliances Australia. “His extensive knowledge of, and love for, cooking are invaluable assets to have on board to showcase the ASKO brand in a competitive market. Adam will be our guiding light in the kitchen.”

MASTERCHEF ADVICE

ASKO has been designing and manufacturing kitchen appliances for over 50 years. The combination of this experience and Adam’s expertise of the intricacies of food will be the basis for sharing a wealth of cooking knowledge with all current and future ASKO customers.

At the heart of ASKO design is a combination of timelessness, simplicity and functionality. “One of the reasons I’m so excited to be working with ASKO is that it fits so well with the Australian lifestyle,” Adam said. “ASKO has so many great products that have been created to make life in the kitchen easier. I’m definitely a big fan of the Volcano wok burner as it has been designed to help home cooks create perfect Asian dishes.”

Adam has been working with ASKO to create a cookbook and ‘How To’ demonstration videos – stay tuned here for more about Adam and ASKO… and more about what we chose in our kitchen…

+ CLICK HERE for more advice from Adam + his recipes
+ for more details on ASKO, visit asko.com.au or call 1300 002 756.

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