Cooking with gas recipes

Here are some great recipe ideas if you're cooking with gas. And if you're not, this might just inspire you to get your home connected!

Borrowed from one of NZ's favourite chefs, Nadia Lim, head over here to watch a step by step video on how to cook rice to perfection. 

Or if you're after a simple side to compliment your curry, check out this recipe for Nadia's easy-peasy flatbread here.

 

Looking to add gas cooking to your kitchen?

If you already use natural gas for your hot water or heating, this can be as simple as buying a new cooktop and having your gasfitter install it.

If you're not currently using gas at home, The Gas Hub connects homes within our network for free if you're connecting hot water or heating, and cooking can easily be added at this time - or later on if you're not quite ready to change out your oven or cooktop.

Find out about connecting to gas here.

Further information

Are you based in Wellington, Taranaki, Manawatu or Hawke's Bay? You may be able to connect your home to gas for free with The Gas Hub.

Enter your address in our gas checker for an instant result on whether you're within the free gas connection range!

We also have a very useful hot water cost comparison tool that compares upfront and running costs within our natural gas network regions. Find out whether a natural gas, electricity, LPG, or solar hot water system could be the right solution for you. Try our hot water cost comparison tool now.

Ready to connect?

Check out the connection process, to know what choices you'll need to make as part of getting connected to natural gas.

Submit your natural gas connection application today. Our customer team will then ring you to confirm a few more details and progress your application.

Want to know more?

If you've had a good look around our website and still have questions let us know what you'd like more information about.

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