Premium French kitchen appliance brand De Dietrich has introduced the Twist, Click and Cook concept to help users create an array of meals.
Users first twist the oven dial to Chef mode to select food type then click to confirm the choice.
The oven then informs the user of the shelf position and once the food is placed inside, and the door is closed, the oven cooks by determining the temperature and cook time.
There is no need for the user to pre-heat the oven.
In Chef Mode, the oven adjusts all settings automatically, the cooking function, the temperature and the time.
De Dietrich ovens offer a French Patisserie mode, which offers users up to 14 automatic recipes.
With over 300 years history in manufacturing cooking appliances, De Dietrich is reported to have created the first domestic cooker, the pyrolytic oven and the saturated steam oven.
De Dietrich claims to have invented the first induction hob in 1990 and it states the company introduced the first zoneless induction hob in 2010 with the launch of Piano.
Most recently it introduced Horizone, which allows the user to use the hob for various cooking methods.
It comes complete with a wooden chopping board and can be customised with a detachable grill or plancha.
De Dietrich appliances are offered across four collections Platinum, Pure White, Iron Grey and Absolute Black.