Taking to the road for a holiday doesn’t have to mean takeaways and instant meals thanks to the latest technology in cooking appliances from Breville. With access to electricity the luxuries of the modern kitchen can still be enjoyed off the beaten track.
The new Breville Quick Time (BIC300) portable induction cooker sits neatly on a caravan or cabin benchtop with a footprint of just 28.5 x 36.5 cms. Induction is a more efficient way to cook, heating up in half the time and using less energy than conventional electric and gas cooktops. Furthermore, the cook-plate remains cool enough to touch keeping little hands safe. With an induction-safe, stainless casserole pot included, it is the perfect travelling combo.
It’s not always sunshine out on the road. When the rain clouds arrive the new Breville Dual Burner (BGR600) portable open grill enables traditional barbecue style cooking while sheltered from the elements. Independently controlled cooking zones with flat and ribbed plates allow a steak to be seared on high while sautéing onions on low. The grill can also be used for cooking breakfasts, such as bacon, eggs and pancakes. A stainless steel splatter guard helps keep the surrounding cooking area clean while the
non-stick, removable plates and drip tray make washing-up simple.
Cooking creativity doesn’t have to stay at home when traveling with the versatile Breville Toast and Roast™ (BOV550) convection oven with rotisserie. Turbo convection and a rotating rod ensure meats are succulent and evenly cooked, while grill and bake functions make golden melts, cakes and crispy pizzas. With a generous 22 litre capacity and non-stick cavity it is simple to use and clean - while remaining compact on the bench top.
Breville enquiries: 1300 139 789 or www.breville.com.au