Salamander Broilers, commonly found in commercial kitchens, are a kitchen master’s must-have piece of equipment for finishing off their creative dishes. Designed to be powered by either gas or electricity, the salamander broiler is usually used for grilling, melting cheese, toasting, and browning dishes. Due to its intense heat, it is necessary that any plating and utensils placed inside are heat-resistant type. Popular brands are Vulcan, Garland, and Southbend.
How to use a Salamander Broiler!
What makes the salamander broiler stand out is its ease-of-use. Despite the extensive selection of salamander broilers available, most of them follow the basic steps outlined below.
- Properly heat before using. This may seem like a simple step, but it is important that you allocate enough time for your broiler to heat up properly before using. Not doing so may prevent your food from cooking the way you want it.
- Take advantage of the dual or multi heaters. Most salamanders have dual or even multi heaters to allow multiple foods to cook at the time. This way you can have foods that cook at different speeds in at once which saves you time and ultimately money.
- Use the adjustable flue risers. Same concept as above, multiple foods may require different finishing touches. By adjusting the flue risers to the specific height required, you will be able to finish off your food exactly as intended.
In three basic steps you are ready to cook but a true kitchen master utilizes their salamander broiler to its full potential by precisely combining the use of heaters and flexible risers described above.
Maintaining your Salamander Broiler!
To ensure a long life for your Salamander Broiler it is important to follow the basic steps listed below. Make sure whoever is responsible to clean the salamander broiler at the end of the day is properly trained. Frequency of cleaning depends on how often your salamander broiler is used. The more you use it the more frequently you will want to clean it to ensure it is fully functional for years to come.
- Turn off and cool off. Ensure that your salamander broiler is turned off and completely cool before starting the cleaning process. Cleaning while your broiler is still hot may cause injury or harm.
- Remove removable parts. Carefully remove, clean, and soak the removable parts. Designed to catch residue such as grease and scraps. If melted foods are caked on make sure to soak in soap and water before scraping off. A scraper tool should be used.
- Clean the stainless steel. Remember that most salamander broilers are situated above other pieces of kitchen equipment. It is important that the exterior stainless surface is also wiped down with soap or a special liquid intended for stainless steel. Use a towel or rag and never use steel wool to clean the exterior surface.
Mastering your Salamander Broiler!
Now that we have gone through these simple steps, you are ready to begin your journey onto mastering the Salamander Broiler. By frequently repeating these steps you will be on you away to creating masterful delicacies for your customers to enjoy.
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