The Mini Cooktop
While four- or five-burner cooktops might be the norm in family kitchens, petite
versions could be a better solution for smaller households, or when space is tight.
Just think of all the bench space you will free up for meal prep. “When choosing a
cooktop, think about how many people you cook for, the type of meals you cook and
how often. This will help you decide how many burners you really need. Why try to
squeeze in four burners if two will do the job?” says Geraldine Gillespie, The Good
Guys Buyer – Cooking & Kitchenware.
Shop Mini Cooktops
& Paykel 30cm LPG Gas on Glass Cooktop Sleek and svelte in on-trend
black glass, this designer cooktop features dual burners in different sizes, so
it’s up for any culinary challenge.
57cm Induction Cooktop Small in size, big on speed, this three-burner
cooktop boasts a TwinBooster function that redirects the power of two cooking zones
into one for rapid heating.
The Quick Cook Induction Cooker Perfect for smaller homes, caravans and
one-pot meals! Just plug in this itty-bitty, portable induction cooktop and when
you’re done, pop it back in the cupboard to clear your benchtop.
The Microwave That Does It All
A small kitchen's best friend could possibly be this multitasking champion: the
convection microwave oven. Not only does it reheat and defrost, it also bakes,
roasts and grills with the best of them.
Shop Convection Microwaves
27L 4-in-1 Flatbed Convection Oven
This marvellous overachiever adds Turbo Steam to the standard grill, microwave and
oven baking options. Its flatbed design (no turntable) makes cleaning a breeze.
32L 1200W the Combi Wave 3 in 1
Whip up crunchy chips with the Air Fry function; roast a chicken with the Convection
Oven function; or reheat your lasagne with the Inverter Microwave function.
32L Inverter Convection Microwave - Black Stainless Steel
A handy sequence cooking feature lets you program up to four different cooking stages
and times. So, you could defrost, microwave, then oven bake a frozen meal without
leaving the couch.