The new Miele CombiSet range satisfies the demands of any home chef.
May 31st, 2009
These customised cooking centres have brought professional concepts to a residential level. Individual stainless steel modules of up to 3800mm wide present a unified and harmonious piece in both design and function.
Two popular Miele CombiSet inclusions are the Induction wok and TepanYaki grill.
The first inclusion, the Induction Wok, features a recess in the ceramic surface into which the (included) wok is placed to eliminate heat loss and maximises cooking efficiency.
The second inclusion enables anyone wearing an apron to sautée to perfection. Through cooking directly on the stainless steel surface, intensive contact heat provides a high level of user control via two separate heating circuits and takes food technology to new heights.
The CombiSet range offers the home cook the tools of the restaurant chef.
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