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MIBRASA Charcoal Oven by Ascentia Foodservice Equipment.

The MIBRASA Charcoal Oven is a premium piece of equipment supplied into the UK by Ascentia Foodservice Equipment.

MIBRASA manufacture arguably the finest charcoal ovens on the market, beautifully crafted & engineered in Spain, the home of enclosed charcoal cooking and manufactured from the finest quality materials. The MIBRASA charcoal oven will quickly become the focal point of any kitchen and provide diners with a unique theatrical and culinary experience.

The gastronomic capabilities of the MIBRASA oven are almost endless, allowing chefs to maximise their creativity, which is why MIBRASA is loved by users all over the world, from bistro’s to 3 Michelin starred restaurants.

Rugged & functional, yet beautifully designed, MIBRASA also offers everything you need to get the best use from your oven with options for extraction hoods, support & storage cupboards, heating racks and grills, plus an extensive range of accessories and cookware.

Live demonstrations are recommended to view the wide-ranging capabilities of these wonderful ovens. Contact Ascentia Foodservice to organise your one-on-one demonstration on 01223 430083. 


The Seven Hotel Installs a MIBRASA HMB AB 110 Oven

The Seven Hotel is a new Boutique Hotel situated in Southend-On-Sea on the Essex coast. With 37 rooms including five luxury suites on the fourth floor, a modern British restaurant and gin centric bar with stunning views across Southend Pier and the Thames estuary.

Taking pride of place in the brand new kitchen is a MIBRASA HMB AB 110, a 110 size oven sat on a cupboard stand. Simon’s modern cooking inspired by great British produce lends itself perfectly to the versatility and flavour profile given off from the MIBRASA oven.

“I think the Mibrasa gives us great diversity in our kitchen, we are able to cook all meats/vegetables at different temperatures which enhances the flavour and gives something different to our customers. It is a key part of our restaurant with BBQ being very much a popular way to cook in the industry at the moment.” Simon Webb, Head Chef, Aurum Restaurant, The Seven Hotel.


MIBRASA Inspired Recipe from the Ascentia Kitchen

MIBRASA Roasted Partridge with Miso Butterscotch and Cucumber Kimchi

This is a great Partridge recipe cooked in the MIBRASA Charcoal Oven, the miso butterscotch gives this dish a fantastic umami/sweet richness which is cut through by the kimchi and pomegranate. Plus the butterscotch and kimchi can be done well in advance making this a brilliant quick-fire service dish.

Roasting any poultry or meat in the MIBRASA at high temperatures locks in the juices of product and it enhances the natural flavour with delicate smoky aromas, perfect for this type of dish.

Ingredients – Serves 4

For the Miso Butterscotch:
200g of white miso paste
60g of unsalted butter at room temperature
40g of soft light brown sugar
75ml of single cream
50ml of sweet dark Muscat
1 or 2 tsp of sherry vinegar

4 boned and spatchcocked Partridges

For the Kimchi
1 large Cucumbers, peeled and shaved into long strips using a veg peeler
2 large heirloom carrots, peeled and shaved into long strips using a veg peeler
200g daikon, peeled and chopped julienne
4 garlic cloves, finely sliced
1 Bunch of coriander roughly chopped
4 spring onions, cleaned and finely sliced
Fresh ginger, about a thumb size, peeled and finely chopped
2 tsp Gochujang paste
2 tbsp light soy sauce
2 tbsp fish sauce
2 tbsp rice vinegar (use white wine vinegar if that’s all you have)
1.5 tbsp caster sugar
½ Pomegranate seeds

Spatchcock the Partridge
You can ask your butcher to do this or have a go yourself, it’s not that hard. The easiest way to spatchcock any bird like this is to take your kitchen scissors and cut right down one side of the backbone, then the other side of the backbone and remove it. Then, skin-side down on the bench open the bird out and using a sharp knife or your fingers remove the ribs and all small bones from the flesh, leaving the leg and wing bones in. Then using a sharp knife cut out the wishbone and chest bone and cartilage. Take your time and make sure you take out the bones cleanly, you don’t want to damage or waste the lovely meat especially in such a small bird as a partridge.


  1. Put all the ingredients for the kimchi into a glass bowel, apart from the pomegranate and one third of the chopped coriander, and give it a good mix. Cover and leave in the fridge for at least 24 hours but the longer you leave it the better it gets.
  2. Preheat your convection oven to 160’c
  3. Evenly spread the miso paste onto a tray lined with a non-stick silicon pastry mat and place into the oven until golden brown. Don’t worry if the edges get burnt, this is a good thing and will give the butterscotch more depth of flavour and richness.
  4. Once the miso paste is ready and while it is still hot place all the ingredients for the butterscotch (just 1 tsp of the sherry vinegar though) into a food processor and blitz until it becomes a smooth consistency. Taste and if you feel it’s a bit on the sweet side add the other tsp of sherry vinegar.
  5. Fire up the MIBRASA Oven to 300’c
  6. Season the Partridge with salt and pepper and lightly coat the skin in a little extra virgin olive oil.
  7. Place the partridge skin side down directly onto the grill and shut the oven door for 2 and half to 3 minutes.
  8. Remove the partridge and place flesh side down into a MIBRASA shallow casserole dish and spread the miso butterscotch onto the skin, be generous and place the dish back into the oven for a further 2 minutes. The butterscotch should be nicely caramelised and bubbling away.
  9. Rest the partridge for 3 to 5 minutes before serving on a generous bed of that gorgeous kimchi, and don’t forget to top with the fresh pomegranate and the reserved chopped coriander.

Supplied into the UK by Ascentia Foodservice Equipment



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