Recently, we hosted our ever-popular foodielicious Neff Demo day show-casing some of Neff’s amazing appliances including:
- Hide and Slide Single Oven
- Compact Oven with Microwave
- Vacuum Drawer
- Hide and Slide Single Oven with VarioSteam
- Compact Oven with FullSteam
- FlexInduction Hob
Cooking has never been so easy and using Neff’s ingenious appliances, our tame Neff Home Economist treated the hungry hordes to:
- Red Onion & Gruyere Tarts
- Oat & Sour Sherry Cookies
- Mango & Raspberry Meringue Roulade
- Steamed Spinach & Gnocchi with a Creamy Sundried Tomato Sauce
- Leek & Potato Dauphinoise
- Turkey Crown and more!
And you don’t have to be M. Poppins to produce these crowd-pleasers yourself. Opening up a world of cooking you never knew existed and short of doing the shopping for you, these appliances will do pretty much everything else. Either TouchControl or FullTouch Control panels provide simple and precise fingertip touch operation; brilliant cleaning features – fat-absorbing EcoClean (how clever is that?), BottomClean, EasyClean and Pyrolytic – make keeping your appliance pristine a piece of cake. Anything that means I don’t have to snap on the Marigolds and set-to with a power-drill is a winner with me!
CircoTherm, the unique hot-air system even allows for baking and roasting at the same time! What more could you ask for? And the Compact Built-in Oven with FullSteam combines CircoTherm and steam cooking in a single unit with a drop-down, soft open and close door. So thoughtful when you’re feeling a little delicate after the night before!
Neff’s VarioSteam feature, introduces just the right amount of steam to keep your dishes moist inside and crispy outside, while the MultiPoint MeatProbe ensures your meat and fish are cooked to perfection.
The FlexInduction Hob is a breeze to use with its TwistPad magnetic control knob; Flexzones – boiling in front, simmering in the middle and warming at the back – let you heat pots and pans exactly where they stand. And the brilliant FryingSensor monitors the set temperature, holding it steady – so no more incinerated food!