Kitchen Craft Cook Blow Torch Reviews
Product Type: Kitchen Craft gadgets
Description:Brand: Kitchen Craft / Type: Torch
Newest Review: ... or 4 months only means that in over 2 years we've still got some of this left in our first can. The can is fitted with a ... more
Customer Kitchen Craft Cook Blow Torch Reviews (3)
by - written on 05/08/13 (Very useful, 71 readings)
This blow torch is a great gadget to have to hand, even if it doesn't get too many outings. Looking back, in truth it was probably purchased on a bit of a whim after we went on a cookery course and learnt to cook crème brulee! The blow torch is made of fairly lightweight plastic, and stands 16cm high. It has a silver coloured base and top/nozzle and it's main body is a ridged black plastic. It needs to be filled with butane gas which is available cheaply from any supermarkets, and comes in cans of 300ml which cost a couple of pounds. Using the torch probably once every 3 or 4 months only means that in over 2 years we've still got some of this left ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/12/11 (Very useful, 450 readings)
I am not normally the sort of person who likes to invest in kitchen gadgets, but my husband fancies that he is more of a cook - and when the recipe calls for a blowtorch, he naturally rushes right out and buys one. I would usually forgo the blowtorch and put the item under a hot grill, so I suspect that this blowtorch could safely be categorised as a 'Boys Toy'. Faithfully following Delia's instructions for a Rhubarb Brulee, my hubby rushed out to our local Cooks Shop and bought the Kitchen Craft Cook's blowtorch for around £10, but I see that they are now selling on Amazon for anything between £9.95 and £12.95. ~~Design~~ The blowtorch ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/08/11 (Very useful, 154 readings)
The Kitchen Craft Cook Blowtorch is a fun cooking appliance used in certain dishes such as crisping up meat and steak and certain desserts. The product was a fair investment that I found fun to use in finishing off certain dishes but it did have limited use. The blowtorch operates via gas ignition and an anti-flare flame. I purchased the item from a local cooking ware shop for £8.50. Appearance The model is quite light but firm to hold. The product features a base at the bottom for it to stand on a horizontal surface, a black rubberised grip section in the centre of the product, a small red button the side and a funnel with a black end which is where the ... Read the complete review
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