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LPG cookers

Control the heat, cook with an LPG flame
The scrumptiously scrummy answer to cooking up a treat

Beautiful kitchen. Beautiful food

A gas powered kitchen that oozes style

Fry up a feast, wok-up a storm and roast to your hearts content. We’re certain cooking on gas will re-ignite your love for rustling up a delicious masterpiece.

There’s really no better way to entertain your friends and family than with home cooked food. Because, really, who doesn’t love a good feast?

And there’s more. Most popular gas cookers can be easily converted into LPG cookers, so you won’t have to worry about scrimping on style.

So there’s really no need to be afraid of getting that whisk and spatula out - it’s time to get cooking.

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Chef hat on. Apron firmly tied. Now flick your cook book to page twenty five

Professional chefs are mad for it – and there’s a reason why. Cooking on gas gives you an instant heat with a controllable flame. This means far less time waiting around for things to hot up and much more evenly cooked grub. Yum.

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A little taste

Try out these good, all year round, dressed to impress, savoury mashed potato pancakes:

  • 1 medium potato, peeled and chopped
  • 1 medium onion
  • Handful of spinach, chopped
  • 3 tablespoons plain flour
  • 80g cheese, grated
  • 1 garlic clove, chopped
  • 2 eggs
  • Cherry tomatoes, chopped
  • 160g bacon lardons
  • Olive oil for frying
  • Salt and pepper to taste
  1. Boil the potato until soft, allow to cool and cut into very small chunks
  2. Fry off your bacon lardons until lightly golden. Set aside for later.
  3. Peel and finely dice the onion
  4. Add potato, onion, flour, cheese, spinach and garlic to a bowl. Crack in your eggs and give it all a good mix.
  5. Divide the mixture into six and flatten into small patties
  6. Heat your frying pan over medium heat, adding enough olive oil to thinly coat pan
  7. Add patties to pan and flip when they’re lightly brown on one side (3-4 minutes).
  8. Remove from the frying pan when both sides are lightly brown and sprinkle with your bacon bits and chopped tomatoes. Season to taste.

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