Commercial food mixers can really change the way your restaurant is viewed. While some restaurant equipment is good for dedicated items, mixers are versatile machines, and can do many things for many foods.
Restaurants are always looking for ways to stand out from the crowd. After all, when going out to eat, the typical patron has dozens of choices for where to eat, especially those living in a city. The only way to keep from being lost in the shuffle is to come up with a unique approach to serving meals.
A lot of restaurant equipment goes overlooked when business owners are preparing to open up shop, but similar to how an artist without paint cannot create art, a chef without a production table cannot craft a properly seasoned meal.
If you're a baker in a busy cafe or bakery, you know that every moment has to count if you're going to get it all done. That's why it's a good idea to invest in the right restaurant equipment to help you get the job done faster.
Americans have an affinity for burritos. The pockets of rice, beans, meat, vegetables and sauce make even the most diet-conscious individual grow weak at the knees. Small restaurants that specialize in burritos can cater to larger crowds by using innovative restaurant equipment in their kitchens. Having the ability to prepare rice (a key component in burritos) quickly and efficiently to use throughout the business day can help chefs serve their guests in a more timely manner.
When it comes to cooking pasta consistently and precisely, a pasta cooker is a must-have! If you’re looking for an efficient appliance with reliability when cooking pasta, a specialized pasta cooker might be right for you!
For thousands of years, rice has been one of the most widely consumed staple foods in the world. Whether it is being used in Asian, Indian, Mexican, or American cuisine, rice has been a huge part of cooking across the world for as long as we can recall. Some people might say that rice is somewhat difficult to prepare. Therefore, it is important to have the right tools and equipment on hand when preparing rice.
Anyone with a deli-style meat selection will certainly need to invest in extra equipment that a traditional restaurant may not. One big area of difference is with your meat slicing equipment. Choosing the appropriate slicer for your kitchen can make or break your efficiency and final product.
The cook and hold oven is the perfect versatile solution, preparing foods slowly for better results and maximum yields while holding cooked foods safely until serving. If you haven’t considered a cook and hold oven for your restaurant, then it’s time to take a closer look.
Caterers have a unique task: it's their job to make delicious food taste like it just came from the oven, even though in most cases, it was prepped and cooked off-premises and then transported from another location.
Cheese is one of the greatest ingredients a chef can include in his or her dishes. This malleable food can be breaded and fried, chopped into hard blocks or shredded over fresh pasta, in addition to thousands of other uses.
There are many different ways to cook food, but the basic process involves applying high levels of heat to a raw product in order to change the chemistry of the item. In most cases the heat is transferred through a medium of some kind, like an oil or boiling water, but there is another method of cooking that is common, especially in health restaurants, steam.
Steaming is generally considered one of the healthiest ways to cook food, as it has less fat content then cooking with oil, and many believe less of the nutrients are lost when compared to boiling. A commercial steamer takes this to the next level, and allows for powerful, quick and large quantities of steaming for restaurant use.
If you own a restaurant that specializes in serving breakfast and brunch items, you know that the key to making all your offerings taste great is having the right equipment and ingredients. Without them, your cooks would only be able to do so much.
The warmer weather is finally sweeping across America, and many are venturing to patio seating to enjoy the sunny season. With summer comes a shift in customer favorites from your menu, and you’ll probably find that fried foods are picking up in popularity
Over the past few years, we’ve seen a trend towards healthier grilled items versus the traditional fried favorites. Even fast-food chains have gotten in on the grilled action by adding grilled versions of their standard fried lineups in order to please the masses - and to much success! While you may not want to toss your commercial fryer just yet, consider a few of these grilling options for your restaurant in order to tap into the health trends and satisfy more of your customers.
Grilling is known to be a better option than cooking with oil (such as frying) because the fats liquefy and fall off the food during the cooking process. If you plan to incorporate grilled items into your menu, you’ll want to invest in the right grill for the job.