Happy To Help: How Westinghouse Kitchen Appliances Go The Extra Mile

May 16, 2024 - 4 mins read

Australian households come in all shapes and sizes, whether it be a bustling family of five, a share house of uni students or a couple in their first apartment. Some are zipping to after-school music lessons, others are squeezing in a morning workout, and all are in the pursuit of the perfect work-life balance. That’s why Westinghouse has designed innovative kitchen technologies and appliances that work for you.

Having been at the heart of the home for generations, their built-in ovens, freestanding cookers, cooktops and rangehoods are the tastemakers, timesavers and helping hand you need to nourish and comfort the ones you love – and win back more time to be with them.

Here’s how the latest wonder appliances from Westinghouse are built to help.

A white and sage green kitchen with Westinghouse kitchen appliances.

Healthier Meals

Crunchy sweet potato fries, crispy roast veggies and perfectly golden schnitzels – make your dinner dreams a healthier, home-cooked reality with the Westinghouse 60cm Pyrolytic Steam Oven’s built-in air fryer. Fill the two air fryer trays with enough zucchini fritters to feed a family, then choose from four modes for the perfect fry. 

Not just for fixing fast dinners, a Westinghouse air fryer oven will do juicy meat justice. Air is circulated from above and below the trays to evenly heat and thoroughly cook your signature roast. 

“The air-frying trend certainly isn’t going anywhere so if it’s a style of cooking you enjoy, then it’s worth investing in big appliances that have the function built in,” says Tania Grillinzoni, The Good Guys Buyer – Cooking. “Not only will this save you bench space, it will also allow you to air-fry bigger batches with the entire oven cavity at your disposal.”

Cooking With Steam

Like a sprinkling of parmesan on your pasta or mushroom sauce on your steak, cooking with steam brings out the best in your food. The Westinghouse 60cm Pyrolytic Steam Oven combines conventional heat with the magic of steam in Roast + Steam and EasyBake + Steam functions. 

“Chefs love steam for its ability to bring out flavours while locking in moisture and nutrients,” says Tania Grillinzoni. “Steam is also the secret ingredient to the perfect rise in your bread or the fluffy perfection of your souffle.” 

Whether you’re preparing fish fillets or baking a cake, Westinghouse has the smarts to mix the right amount of hot air and steam to perfect a range of dishes. Steam-assisted cooking is ideal for meat, poultry and fish, ensuring an even cook from centre to surface with a crisp, golden finish. Got leftovers? Steam Reheat will have you serving them up tasting just as good the next day. 

“The air-frying trend certainly isn’t going anywhere so if it’s a style of cooking you enjoy, then it’s worth investing in big appliances that have the function built in.” - Tania Grillinzoni, The Good Guys Buyer – Cooking

Eliminate Elbow Grease

To bust your oven’s grease and grime without the elbow grease, a pyrolytic oven is the way to go. Savvy self-cleaners such as the Westinghouse 60cm Pyrolytic Steam Oven use PyroClean high-heating tech to turn grease and food residue into an ash you can simply sweep out. 

“For best cooking results and overall cleanliness, you should clean your oven every three to six months, or more often if you use your oven every day,” says Tania Grilinzoni. “Westinghouse’s pyrolytic ovens offer an easy and chemical-free way to keep on top of cleaning, with a simple self-cleaning mode that lets you ditch the extra cleaning chore.”

Practical Pairing

Smart and in sync, a team of Westinghouse kitchen appliances work better together. You’ll love the hands-free convenience of Hob2Hood tech featured in the Westinghouse 90cm Ceramic Cooktop, which will automatically switch on a compatible Westinghouse rangehood when you fire up the Westinghouse cooktop

As your culinary creation gets sizzling, Hob2Hood tech will intuitively adjust the rangehood’s fan speed and airflow to clear your kitchen of cooking steam and smells. That means your hands are left free to handle all that stirring, sautéing and searing.

A Westinghouse cooktop in a white and sage green kitchen.

Safety First

Like your on-sight safety officer, Westinghouse appliances have the smarts to control heat, contain cooktop flames and avoid a kitchen crisis, all while cooking your food to perfection (of course).

The flat trivets on the 60cm Gas on Glass Cooktop will stabilise skillets and stop teetering pans, while the easy-ignite knob is simple to use and safe to fire up for a one-pot wonder or a full-scale family dinner. 

Meanwhile, an in-built Flame Failure device is on standby if your Westinghouse gas cooktop flame unexpectedly goes out. It’ll automatically shut down the gas supply to prevent the release of gas into the home. 

Built In Australia

Built and loved locally, all Westinghouse freestanding cookers and its most recently released Westinghouse ovens are built in Adelaide, SA. Westinghouse appliances have been a feature of Aussie households for over 60 years, packed with not only the functional features to make cooking easy, but also with the timeless designs that look the part in Aussie homes. 

Want better-tasting meals and more time back in your day? Westinghouse kitchen appliances are happy to help. From pyrolytic self-cleaning ovens to steam and air-frying functions that help you cook healthier, Westinghouse is your ultimate wingman in the kitchen. Visit The Good Guys in-store or online to find the Westinghouse that works for you. 

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