Portable Oven

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  1. lorger

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    I was in the same predicament, but Johns Cross came to my rescue with the Kampa Roastmaster oven and hob. Its great as it has 2 rings on top and the oven is very good. I have fitted it into the garage with its own gas bottle and, but it can be removed in a couple of minutes and set up outside if desired. I find it useful fore frying and when using the pressure cooker so that no cooking smells are in the van.
     

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    hi snowy . that looks good what you have .
    cant use halogen where some of us go . even a campsite would be unable to work it . the selotape on the campsite wiring would smoke .
    i find using a household cooker 4 rings oven with built in grill actually can be very in expensive to buy . i think mine was hundred quid 13 years ago.
    its unfortunate that as soon as you say camping or boats the prices rocket .
    in the past i liked baby bellings . but they got expensive .
    still see a few for sale
     
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    Its a cracking bit of kit Al, and the beauty of it is its free standing and therefore can be put anywhere. The problem many have when buying an imported van is there is never an oven in them. With the garage setup I can do must of the cooking outside without steam or smells inside the van. I have a 15kg bottle secured in the garage which runs both the oven and the 3 way chest freezer that sits just behind it. I use the pressure cooker a lot and the chip pan instead of one of those deep fryer things so it works great for me. Uses very little gas, as am still on a Moroccan bottle since installing the oven and freezer.
     
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    i use pressure cooker alot as well .for chips i use a wok then tip the oil back into the bottle when cool .
    its always amazed me why so many use so much leccy stuff .
    mind i do use 240v fridge .
    but have never used the ehu i fitted . i thought when building it might be useful but now i just think a waste of money.
     
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