The magnetic coil is a genuine spare part for ACK wok cookers and fits inside the S22 Safety Gas Valve.
Magnetic coils within the flame safety device (FFD) are energised by the power generated when the thermocouple is heated by the bar burner. In the event the flame is extinguished, the FFD Magnetic Coil within the gas safety valve will close, and the gas flow is automatically switched off.
For use with the S22 Safety Gas Valve Suitable for ACK wok cookers. Genuine spare part. Made in the UK.
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A steamed whole sea bass infused with ginger, spring onion, soy and fresh coriander is an irresistible dish often served as one of the final courses in a traditional Chinese wedding banquet. The delicate structure and taste of the sea bass is maintained throughout steaming on the ACK Steamer for customers to really enjoy the dish.
This is a very quick and easy pak choi recipe that packs a punch with infused garlic and chilli. Pak Choi is a versatile leafy vegetable with a nutty, sweet flavour and a delicious accompaniment to most Asian meals.
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Char Shu Pork is a delicious and popular way to flavour and prepare barbecued pork traditionally cooked in Cantonese restaurants. This recipe uses a shoulder cut of pork and seasoned with honey, five-spice powder, red fermented bean curd, dark soy sauce, and hoisin sauce. These seasonings turn the exterior layer of the meat dark red with a shiny glaze during the barbecue process.
An authentic recipe for Cantonese roast duck synonymous with the shiny, red skinned duck seen hanging in the windows of many Asian markets. You can’t beat the delicious crisp skin and moist juicy meat.
These deep-fried spring rolls are light and crispy, stuffed with tender-crisp vegetables, chicken, and shrimps, and should have crackling sound with every bite. This recipe follows the Cantonese style spring rolls which are perfect as the starter or as dessert for any Asian-inspired meal.
Young Chow fried rice originated from the city of Yangzhou in Jiangsu province. Chinese chefs throughout the world will have their own little twist on this takeout classic, so we’ll take some liberties in making our own version here including ham, pork and shrimps.