Griddles come in either gas or electric models. Gas models typically have two versions either natural or propane. Some Griddles come with thermostatic controls others have manual controls. The difference is that with thermostatic controls you can set the precise temperature desired and the heating element underneath the griddle plate will adapt if need be to hold that temperature. With manual controls the operator has to take into consideration the temperature of the food product being placed
Charbroilers give customers the BBQ taste they are craving. Charbroilers can be fueled by electricty, gas, wood or charcoal. Underneath the grates some charbroilers will have lava rocks or ceramic briquettes or a combination of both, Some have radiant heat as their source of heat and others use infrared. We have all the top names in Charboilers for you to offer delicous grilled food to your customers.
Your commercial grill probably sees a lot of action at lunch and dinnertime, while griddles are typically reserved for breakfast items. If you don’t serve breakfast, then you’re likely reserving your grills for main course items across the board. But there are many desserts that can be made on your grill as well, and those sear marks that makes meats so tasty can enhance the flavor profile of your desserts too! Here are three dessert ideas to use for your commercial grill.Read More
For many breakfast-style eateries and other types of restaurant that use a griddle as a focal point in their kitchen, servicing their commercial griddle should be one of the top priorities. Indeed, a breakdown of this unit can close your shop indefinitely, so take care to follow a few of these tips when servicing your commercial griddle.
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!