close

Kitchen appliance behind the ‘pink burger’ is back with enhanced control

Winston Industries

Jestic Foodservice Equipment now has UK availability of Winston’s new CVap 7-Series Cook & Hold cabinets, featuring a number of enhancements for kitchens that require absolute versatility.  

Key to the latest range is a smart new digital control panel includes capacitive-touch controls and full HACCP data download capability for temperature monitoring.

The CVap 7-Series still harnesses the patented CVap ‘Controlled Vapour’ technology, producing a vapour laden environment with the exact amount of moisture needed to prevent even the most delicate of ingredients from drying out or overcooking.

Story continues below
Advertisement

Once the food reaches the desired state of cooking, the CVap technology automatically switches to a ‘hold cycle’ meaning ingredients can be held at the perfect conditions until they are ready to be served.

The CVap 7-Series has the versatility to roast, braise, poach, or low temperature steam and can also be used in sous-vide mode for increased precision.

It also allows the user to safely cook high risk meat products like the ‘pink burger’ before holding them in accordance with the FSA 6-log 10 cook times and temperatures.

Michael Eyre, culinary director at Jestic Foodservice Equipment, said: “Our Winston CVap range has proved really popular with chefs in fine dining establishments, hotels, pubs and casual dining chains alike as the unique technology offers tremendous versatility, helps to maintain the speed of service, whilst decreasing wastage and provides a significant increase in yields.”

The new line offers eight programmable channels, complete with USB connectivity for updates and menu development, especially useful for chains and groups looking to maintain consistency across an entire estate.

The equipment also features near-field communication (NFC) allowing the user to set the cook cycle via a smart phone with the new CVap programming app ‘Kitchensync’.

‘Cook and hold’ ovens put pink burgers on the menu with zero risk

Tags : catering equipmentcook & holdJesticpink burgerWinston Cvap
Andrew Seymour

The author Andrew Seymour

Leave a Response