Westinghouse 54cm Electric Upright Cooker



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This Westinghouse upright cooker features an electric powered oven and a ceramic cooktop. Its 4 burners let you choose from multiple size burners to meet your cooking needs. Plus, the Westinghouse WLE547WA has a 540mm width, an 1150mm height, and a 620mm depth. It has a white finish and a 74 litre capacity. This upright cooker is ...more
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  • White

  • 74 Net Litres

    Oven Capacity
  • Electric

    Oven Fuel Type

Technical Specs +

Oven Capacity:
74 Net Litres
Oven Fuel Type:
Cooktop Type:
No. of Burners:
Sub Type:
Fan Forced
No. of Oven Functions:
Oven Functions Type:
Fan forced
Separate Grill:
Electric hob with 4 zone ceramic glass
Additional Features:
Digital programmable timer, Easy-reach rear controls
Width (mm):
Height (mm):
Depth (mm):

54cm Electric Upright Cooker reviews verified by reevooReevoo

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Overall rating
Scores 8.7 out of 10 based on 24 reviews
7 out of 10


Melbourne Family cook
Reviewer left no comment
The elements are badly positioned. There are three small ones and one large one at the back of the ceramic top which is ridiculous if you need to use a larger size pot or wok, it will hit the control panel. The previous one I had was the Kimberley which had two large and two small elements with one large one at the front. Unfortunately the oven exploded and I was in a hurry to get another one and didn't notice the small elements at the front so now I am stuck with it until it too explodes.
Confirmed purchase: 19 December 2018
Published on: 24 February 2019
5 out of 10


Occasional cook
Reviewer left no comment
The spatial awareness of the designer missed out on the fact that at the back where the big pots are supposed to go the upstanding panel is hindering a large object. It would be logical to put the big heating point (circle) in the front row so you can use a big pot without it sitting halfway of his mark because the panel is in the way.
Confirmed purchase: 21 November 2018
Published on: 23 December 2018
8 out of 10


Banora Point Family cook
Cooks everything well and with the fun forced feature, it seems to cook food quicker. Haven’t used the grill feature yet.

Easy to clean.
No bad points
Confirmed purchase: 07 March 2018
Published on: 09 April 2018

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Beau Ryan's World-Famous Beef 'n' Bean Nachos

Roast Pork with Crispy Crackling



300 grams veal mince

300 grams beef mince

2 small avocados

8 tbsp. grated cheese

1 tsp paprika 

1 tsp cumin

2 cloves of garlic  

2 shallots 

1 tbsp. olive oil 

2 tsp lime juice

400 gram tin kidney beans

400 gram tin cherry tomatoes

1 fresh jalapeno

1 tbsp. tomato paste 

4 tnsp. sour cream

8 tortillas or 1 bag corn

1 tsp garlic powder 

1 tsp smoky paprika


  1. Remove the seed from the avocados. Place the flesh into a bowl with 2 tsp of lime juice, salt and pepper and mash with a fork.
  2. Finely chop the shallots and the garlic.
  3. Place half the olive oil in a medium fry pan, heat to medium heat. Add the shallot and garlic and cook for 2-3 minutes until it softens. Add the mince and sprinkle with salt and pepper. Use the back of a wooden spoon to break the mince continuously, cook until golden brown.
  4. Sprinkle the meat mixture with cumin and paprika and stir through. Add the tomato paste 100 ml of water and bring to a simmer.
  5. Add the tinned tomatoes and kidney beans, stir to combine simmer for 10-12 minutes.
  6. While the beans are simmering, turn the oven to 180˚C fan forced. Line 3 baking trays with paper, spray the tortillas with oil and sprinkle with garlic powder and paprika. Using kitchen scissors, cut each tortilla into 10 pieces, arrange on baking trays. Bake for 6-8minutes of until golden.
  7. Finely slice the jalapeno
  8. Divide the tortilla chips or corn chips amongst 4 plates, top with ¼ the meat mixture and ¼ of the cheese. Microwave for 45-60 seconds (or until the cheese melts).
  9. Top with a dollop of sour cream, guacamole, a spoon of beans and a pinch of sliced jalapenos (if desired).