Any veteran restaurant operator will tell you that investing in the right commercial range is crucial to the success of your kitchen. Choose from our ranges, griddles, cheesemelters, and salamander broilers to establish a focal point for your cooking needs in your commercial kitchen setup.
Utilization of the correct types of appliances in a commercial setting can mean the difference between a properly-cooked meal and a haphazardly-cooked atrocity. When looking at ovens, restaurants (especially bakeries and pizzerias) tend to lean towards convection ovens for their speed in the cooking process. A basic convection oven differs from a more common and widely-used thermal or radiant oven mostly in cooking time, efficiency, and results.
Steam kettles heat food indirectly through the use of steam that is inserted and encapsulated in a steam jacket (a secondary wall behind the kettle). The amount of added pressure determines temperature. Benefits include; faster cook times, uniform cooking and less burning. While you can simply use a braising pan for braising, you can also saute, stew, boil, simmer, steak, pan fry, grill, roast, use as a dough proofer and bain marie.
Steamed menu items are becoming popular as the health craze becomes more of a traditional player rather than a trendy fad. A steamer will do just that…steam foods. Frozen or raw products can be prepared and will result with the expected steam finish.
Investing in countertop units to conserve space? Do you have a few pieces of commercial equipment that simply cannot be operated as a floor unit? Shop our selection of equipment stands to add a new level of organization to your commercial kitchen.
From filters to faucets, choosing the right accessories to compliment your commercial units can ensure that your units can be used to their fullest extent and will last longer. In the case of filtration systems, you can also be sure that the results produced by your larger units are better, fresher, and tastier as well!
Bakeries, cafes, patisseries, and even restaurants with a lot of baked goods can benefit from the incorporation of commercial bakery equipment. There are many categories of applicable equipment as well as types and models within each category that makes certain units better equipped for certain kitchen setups. Here’s a quick rundown of some available options recommended for bakery use by CKitchen.Read More
Does one unit need to perform a variety of functions? Combi units are praised for their versatility, but keep in mind that one unit alone cannot perform two tasks simultaneously. If you plan to utilize your combi oven for different functions at the same time, then you may want to opt for two units stacked on top of one another. Otherwise, you can simply purchase one unit with the knowledge that only one function may be in use at any given time.
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The evolution of pizza ovens has made them ideal for cooking foods in addition to more than just their namesakes! Fortunately, all pizza ovens are not created equal, and different types are designed for different outputs, space constraints, and different products altogether.
Hands-free faucets have become a widely-accepted part of restaurant bathrooms, but have you considered using them in the kitchen as well?
Specialty equipment like pizza ovens are essential to any Italian restaurant or pizzeria. Even traditional restaurants and small diners choose to invest in pizza ovens, as pizza has become such a popular menu item. Additionally, the evolution of these ovens have made them ideal for cooking foods in addition to more than just their namesakes!
Cook and hold ovens are an excellent addition to any kitchen looking to invest in equipment that can handle the tasks of many. With such versatility, cook and hold ovens give cooks the ability to multi-task while increasing food yields.
If you’re a pizzeria owner, you’re probably no stranger to conveyor ovens. True, conveyor ovens can improve your kitchen’s speed, durability, and overall efficiency, but these ovens are sometimes taken for granted, and the basics of proper installation, operation, and maintenance can get left by the wayside.
While the initial cost of an electrical unit may have been enticing, the fact of the matter is that over time, gas trumps financially. With the introduction of the induction burner, the tables may have turned!