Commercial Broilers and Upright Broilers: Cook Quickly, Serve in Style
What is a Commercial Broiler?
Commercial broilers and upright broilers are specialty cooking equipment which is designed for busy restaurants, steakhouses, diners, and other catering establishments that serve a high number of people.
Commercial broilers, also called steak broilers, are valuable commercial kitchen equipment that provides quick cooking in shorter periods and larger amounts. These restaurant broilers utilize a very high heat level for cooking meat, poultry, and fish. Industrial broilers distribute the heat to a larger cooking area that ensures evenly and consistently cooked dishes.
How does a Commercial Broiler work?
Broiling is a type of cooking method which does not use almost any water during the cooking process. Therefore, it can also be named dry-cooking. While it is a perfect way of cooking delicious foods, it can also resort as an excellent way of finishing dishes with browning or crisping just before service.
Commercial broilers are the very right items for this method. Steak broiler machines provide up to 150,000 BTU per hour that is directed by the gas-fuelled burners down to the foods inside the broiler. This procedure presents rapid cooking, which enables the preservation of savory and watery texture of the steaks, chickens, and fish, as well as keeps their flavor fresh and tasty.
Features of Commercial Broilers
Commercial broilers are configured with various features to allow you to use them with maximum efficiency.
Material: Steakhouse broilers are manufactured from stainless steel to withstand rigorous use in commercial kitchens.
Fuel type: Commercial broilers can be operated with gas (natural or liquid). Realistic gas-fuelled models are a better option if a natural gas utility is already provided. The commercial steak broilers which run on propane can be installed on the floors in which the liquid propane gas can be supplied to the broiler from an installed tank.
Heating Elements: Commercial broilers and upright broilers come with either infrared heating technology, which is the state-of-the-art application of technology in commercial cooking. It reflects the heat directly onto the foods while the ceramic heating system heats the ceramic radiant at first to convey the warmth to the meat and other food products. The infrared type of broilers is easier to clean, while the ceramic models present a more traditional way of cooking.
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