Cooking all types and kinds of food has practically made the oven a must-have kitchen appliance for both homes and commercial establishments. The popularity of ovens is because almost everyone has, at one point, used them.
With this, many people think that ovens are pretty uncomplicated things to operate. However, a commercial oven is fairly complicated to understand, let alone operate. The multiple functions provided by a commercial oven are the things that separate it from a standard residential oven.
Difference between a commercial oven and a residential oven
A residential oven should not be a part of the equation when you’re thinking in terms of a commercial kitchen. The oven may work fine in the home but will never be able to match the robustness of a commercial unit.
The wear and tear with constant use every day will not be accommodated by a residential oven. More parts replacement is expected when a residential oven is used for commercial baking and cooking purposes.
The design of a commercial oven, on the other hand, helps them to withstand the strain and rigours of daily and frequent use. They are made to heat faster and can function for long periods without damage or strain. Other than robustness, a commercial oven complies with health and safety codes required by state laws for commercial organisations.
Outstanding advantages of a commercial oven
It must be remembered that the choice of a commercial oven follows the menu you are offering in your restaurant. A commercial oven is deemed appropriate when it fits the business model. While commercial ovens feature varied specialisations, the most common traits shown by top models include:
Programmed temperature and time
Time spent in checking the food placed in the oven is reduced with the programmed temperature and time feature of a commercial oven. The only task to do is to pop the food in the oven and set the timer and temperature. This action allows kitchen staff to move on to other food tasks.
The predictability of a commercial oven is probably its top advantage. Being predictable means that the food placed inside the oven will cook the way it should all the time. While specific recipes require different time and heating, the outcome achieved by a commercial oven is always consistent. Homogeneity of food servings is ensured by using a commercial oven.
Efficient cooking and baking
Being able to cook or bake large amounts of food at the same time is one of the top benefits provided by commercial ovens. Valuable time, money, and energy are saved when cooking is done in large batches.
The different models of commercial ovens
The different models of commercial ovens ensure a good fit for any commercial need.
Commercial Rotisserie Ovens
Commercial establishments featuring large amounts of meat products typically opt for commercial rotisserie ovens. The meat retains its juiciness when they are cooked over a constantly rotating spit. Vegetables can also retain their juiciness when cooked over a rotating spit.
Commercial Standard Ovens
The most basic commercial oven is the commercial standard oven. The heating element found at the bottom of the unit to heat the oven’s body has made the standard oven to become known as the “radiant oven”. They are easy to repair and typically the least expensive kind of commercial oven.
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