Okay, when it comes accessorising, it’s fair to say that accessorising your cooker or oven may not be right at the very top of your list… but stay with us.
Foodies of the world will know the importance of a good kitchen utensil. What’s more, anyone that spends time cooking up a storm in the kitchen will know that there’s nothing quite like a kitchen appliance that’s firing on all cylinders (a fact you soon learn when they aren’t).
A dodgy oven can blacken up a tray of chips like a blowtorch to candyfloss, while a faulty knob can lead to disappointing results all round! Which is why accessorising with the right tools for the task can be vitally important.
So, before you blow a gasket, fly off the handles and give a loved one a grilling, check out these handy Rangemaster cooker accessories that could halt a heated argument before it becomes too hot to handle.
Rangemaster Oven Accessories
While there are certain things that your Rangemaster oven or cooker simply can’t survive without – be it a motor, elements or even the door itself – there are certain non-essential kit that can make the whole culinary process a lot less heated – in a good way, that is.
That being said, there are a few non-essential accessories that many would deem must-haves, particularly if you spend a lot of time in the kitchen.
From cooker clocks to oven bulbs, there are certain pieces to the cooking puzzle that just help make the whole process a lot easier and less stressful. As the job of chef often finds itself in the list of “top stressful jobs”, anything to calm the kitchen situation in your home has got to be seen as a welcome addition!
With that in mind, here’s a few of the top accessories for Rangemaster cookers.
Grill Pans & Trays
We’ve all been there: you’ve tried to be healthy by grilling that slice of juicy steak or pack of plump sausages and forgotten to put foil underneath to catch the beefy/porky run off.
“It’ll be fine” you say. “It’ll clean itself” you hope. “It’s not as bad as it looks” you pray.
Sadly, ignoring the problem usually results in burnt-on grease, a hefty cleaning job and, in some cases, a completely ruined grill pan.
If you happen to have fallen into this common trap, you may want to invest in a new pan altogether. Or, if you have simply broken a handle or misplaced a grill tray, that’s also an acceptable excuse.
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Much like a grill tray, an oven shelf can also see the signs of age and bear the scars of meals gone by. After all, as tasty as that four-cheese pizza may well have been two weeks ago, the remnants of those same four cheeses baked into a blackened dairy concrete are a stark reminder that it pays to clean up.
Instead of tirelessly scrubbing steel like Robocop in the shower, why not buy a new one entirely? If your roller is getting old, a replacement may not be a bad idea anyway. Worn shelves can be pain to deal with and will only get worse over time.
On the other hand, you may want to get an additional one if you find yourself cooking multiple things on a regular basis. After all, if you have a large household or are having a lads/ladies night, that means multiple pizzas to cook at once!
Just don’t forget to clean up the cheesy run-off when you’re done. “Fool me once – shame on you; fool me twice…”
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Instruction Manual / Handbook
The holy bible for Rangemaster or any other kitchen appliance, the humble oven handbook is the must-have accessory for any self-respecting kitchen-dweller.
A junk drawer staple (commonly found beneath a few unidentified keys, the odd battery and a few loose screws), this is the culinary equivalent of an umbrella – completely useless in 99% of circumstances but, when clouds form and the storm starts, it’s the first thing you look for to save the day.
Sadly, oven manuals can often find themselves lost in a move or simply tossed away if you decide you're never going to need it. If you've misplaced your Rangemaster oven handbook, fear not – the good folks here at Cooker Spare Parts have your back.
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