Sharp Home Appliances has introduced a smart oven series, Love2Cook (KS76S50) which works with connected cooking platform Innit.
With the Love2Cook oven, users can instantly unlock hundreds of recipes from the Innit app that have been specifically created for use with this model.
Consumers can also adapt and customise any of the recipes according to their personal preferences, healthy goals, dietary requirements or what food items they have in the fridge.
Thanks to the oven’s integration with Innit, the programme timings of multi-dish meals can also be co-ordinated automatically, so that everything is ready to serve at the same time.
Love2Cook has 10 oven functions and offers specialist features such as the Pizza function to roasting joints or poultry with its RoastPro Turnspit.
The A-rated energy efficient oven also provides time-saving features such as PowerBoost to cut heating times by 50% and VapClean steam cleaning function.
Head of the MDA product line, Seçkin Gençoğlu, commented: “Providing the missing link between world-class cooking know-how and leading-edge oven technology, our collaboration with Innit has really enabled us to step up to the plate, and offer a offer a totally connected and personalized cooking experience.
“We can now provide access to everything from customizable recipes for our oven through to specialist cooking features and automated cooking settings, so that families have all the on-tap assistance they need to expand their repertoire of dishes, and create delicious and nutritious meals to suit their individual lifestyles.
“An oven for everyone, Love2Cook breaks the monotony of cooking the same dishes, offering unconditional support for cooks who might not always have the confidence, time or experience to try making something new.
“Whether it’s to create healthy ‘fakeaways’ on a Friday night, challenge the neighbours to a virtual bake-a-thon, or cook up a storm with pre-set recipes, our oven is designed to enhance dish results and bring some fun back into the kitchen for cooks of all abilities.”