Most restaurants include a deep fryer among their restaurant equipment. But not all of them use the fast cooking it provides to its full potential. The french fries served with the burger menu and the buffalo wing appetizers are the typical items on any menu. Many restaurants never use the fryer to create innovative and unique dishes for their customers.
Fryers are excellent for cooking and crisping foods rapidly to create a crunchy crust and a moist, flavorful inside.
Commercial kitchens that produce a lot of fried food products can benefit largely from investing in a high-quality commercial fryer. However, choosing among the many different types of fryers and considering all the factors needed to look at can be overwhelming.
In this buying guide, we help you identify the fryer you need. We'll discuss the different types of fryers and the features you want to look for. And of course, some special considerations to pay attention to while making the buying decision.
If you are looking for a fryer for your commercial kitchen, you are lucky to examine certain features right now. Because there are some factors to consider before laying money down for a unit!
Rethermalizers are part of a group of kitchen appliances and systems used for reheating food (usually bulk products) from refrigerated or frozen to serving temperatures. You may be thinking that your warmer already does this job, but let’s take a closer look at rethermalizers and why you may want to consider rethinking your mindset!