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As part of a range-wide development the new cornerstone of the popular Cobra series is a number of powerful, waterless gas wok. Michael Lillico, Moffat’s General Manager of Sales and Marketing, says the decision to create a new range of waterless woks was made in order to fill an opportunity in the company’s existing product line; enabling Moffat to meet an even broader range of customer needs.

Contemporary fusion cuisine is deeply underscored by Asian-inspired ingredients and cooking methods. Central to flavour authenticity and depth in this constantly evolving cooking style is the wok. A new development in the Cobra range now ensures this vital tool can deliver waterless operation without any drop in watered-down quality.

“Fusion cooking has been developing in our markets for a very long time. By adding a series of waterless woks to our traditional Cobra range we’re simply meeting evolving kitchen requirements,” he says. “We can now give our customers more ways to deliver exceptional food quickly and consistently.” As befitting the Cobra brand promise, the wok stoves are designed to be affordable, functional and reliable. A traditional wok consumes an inordinate amount of energy due to the constant flow of water required to cool the cook top. With the new Cobra waterless wok this is unnecessary – an air gap insulates the stove elements and releases the heat to the kitchen exhaust. Considerable savings are ensured by using water only when it’s needed. There’s a trio of size options in the new line-up, from a single onehole wok to a three-hole version. The choice of a chimney burner


| Connection Q4 2017 |

Moffat Connection 2017 Q4 Edition  
Moffat Connection 2017 Q4 Edition  

We welcome you to our 2017 Q4 edition of Moffat Connection, where we share the latest news from the food industry around the world. In this...