My runner up is fantastic, as it’s the only model in my top 5 to come with an induction hob. This means electromagnets work to heat up your pans, rather than the surface of the hob. It’s a really efficient way to cook, so you’ll save yourself some money on your electric bills. You’re getting 4 cooking zones, so it’s great for doing all the Sunday lunch trimmings a once.
The 28 litre capacity top cavity acts as a variable dual circuit grill. You can alter the temperature depending on how well you want your food, or you can change how much of the grilling element you use. Use half of it if you’re just making a bacon sandwich, or use all of it if you’re grilling chicken for the whole family.
I love how much space you get in the other 2 ovens. The one on the left has a 47 litre capacity and the one on the right has a 76 litre capacity- great if you’ve got a lot of mouths to feed. They’re both fan ovens so you’re getting an even temperature throughout, plus you won’t get any transfer of flavours. You can do the apple pie and garlic bread at the same time!
With an A rating for energy efficiency, this Belling won’t cost you the earth to run either.
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