From high-heat cooking - which quickly brings out the best in
vegetables - to gentle roasting, brilliant baking and long slow
cooking the Rayburn is master of all culinary skills.
The hotplate, with its stylish insulated lids, is
delightfully simple to use with a large surface area that offers
gentle simmering at one end and rapid boiling at the other.
The large capacity main oven is controllable and vented and
allows cooking at different temperatures simultaneously.
And all this is complemented by a lower oven for warming or
cooking, depending on the model chosen.
So, whether you're cooking up a simple dish or the most complex
of modern recipes, you can rely on your Rayburn to perform
Kind-to-food heat makes the difference.
The Rayburn is an authentic range cooker benefiting from
indirect heat technology. We call this 'kind-to-food' radiant heat
because rather than allowing food to dry out, it seals in the
flavours and natural juices creating healthier, more delicious
The Rayburn's large cast iron ovens are easily controlled for
superb baking, slow-cooking and mouth-watering roasts and heat
zones allow you to cook at different temperatures simultaneously. A
meat tin, grill rack, oven shelves and a plain shelf are supplied.
Plus, the ovens clean themselves and are odour eliminating.
Using the ovens and hotplate in combination means you can choose
the required level of heat needed for every kind of cooking. The
hotplate's large surface area provides different temperatures
across its length, allowing simmering at one end and rapid boiling
at the other. It can also be used for toasting bread or making
delicious drop scones. Two stylish polished insulating lids cover
the hotplate to retain heat and maintain temperature.
The lower oven is two-thirds the size of the main oven and
suitable for warming or cooking, depending on the model chosen.
Models with a cast-iron lower oven, where the temperature is half
that of the main oven, are perfect for slow cooking or steaming.
Certain Rayburn models have a sheet-metal lower oven, which
provides an area handy for warming or for resting a joint before
Use the top of the main oven for easy grilling and the ultimate
great British breakfast. Even when grilling fat splashes are
carbonised and odours vented to the outside. And because the ovens
are vented into the flue, the flavours from one dish will not taint
another when cooked in the same oven.