This stove does it all, it keeps you warm, cooks your dinner, boils your kettle and if you’ve got a boiler model it will heat your water for you as well. It’s ideal for canal boats, studios and homes where you don’t want to be dependant on mains gas and electricity.
If you are trying to reduce your carbon footprint or your fuel bill, being able to heat and cook from the same fuel load makes a lot of sense.
If you want that smug feeling of warm toes and a hot pasty that makes sense too. It is a different experience to cooking with flick-a-switch power... but you’re off grid and the stoves on anyway!
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Cooking on a penguin
All our cooker models have an oven box and top plate. The oven temperature can reach up to 300°C, but it will tick over comfortably at between 140-180°C. You can fit a small saucepan and kettle on the top plate.
Hungry Penguin Stove £1499
Hungry Penguin Plinth £220
All Prices shown are RRP and include VAT
All stoves now come with a SMOKE CONTROL kit which can be fitted
Penguin black is the standard colour £65 supplement charged for other colours
3/4 Cup cocoa powder
1/2 Cup self-raising flour
1 Cup brown sugar
1 Tablespoon golden syrup
2/3 Of a Packet (5 oz.) butter
Handful of chocolate chips
Tsp vanilla extract
Melt the butter over a low heat. Stir in the sugar, syrup and cocoa powder and mix until smooth. Cool to bearable temperature and beat in the eggs one at a time. Stir in flour and vanilla and mix until smooth. Add chocolate chips. Spread into a greased baking dish.
Bake until middle is just set, 20-40 minutes depending on oven temperature. Cool, cut