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Does your establishment serve belgian waffles for breakfast and snacks? If not, then you’re missing out on a great opportunity because waffles are very popular and many of your customers would be delighted to see these as an option on your menu. To satisfy their demands you need to serve quality waffles. With the help of the SWCBE 1 Pan Waffle Cone Baker from Star Manufacturing, that is going to be an easy goal to achieve. Here are some of the features of the waffle baker:
The SWCBE 1 comes with heavy-duty cast aluminum round grids. These are very durable which guarantees that you can use the unit for a long period.
It can be used to make around 20 waffles per hour. That should be enough for most cafes, coffee shops, and restaurants.
It can produce are 1” thick, ideal for most waffle recipes.
The unit comes with a heavy-duty hinge which will allow your to rotate it 180°. This insures even distribution of the batter. That’s one of the secrets why it can produce high quality waffles.
The unit is equipped with a digital electronic timer which ranges from 0 to 9:59 minutes.
It also comes with digital temperature control which ranges from 250° to 425°F. The timer and the temperature control helps to take away the guesswork out of coming up with gourmet waffles.
There are metal sheathed tubular elements which located on top and bottom grid of the unit to provide even heat distribution.
The unit is built using polished stainless steel which makes it an attractive piece in your commercial kitchen.
You should see by now why SWCBE 1 Pan Waffle Cone Baker is such a smart choice for your establishment. With all of its features combined with the fact that it is made by Star Manufacturing, it’s going to be a real asset for your business, one which can help to improve your sales.
About Star Manufacturing
Star Manufacturing was founded in 1921 in St. Louis, Missouri. Soon after it was established, the company became a leading supplier of equipment for restaurants. It was associated with commercial equipment like hot dog machines, popcorn makers, & toasters. The 1980s saw the company moving to a new facility in Smithville, Tennessee, which it expanded in 1990. Today, Star Manufacturing is part of the Middleby Corporation, which is the world’s largest group of food equipment makers.
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