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Best Industrial Cooking Equipment for Packaged Soups
From delicate broths to chunky stews, the DC Norris equipment portfolio proves uniquely suited to soup.
WHAT IS THE BEST INDUSTRIAL COOKING EQUIPMENT FOR PACKAGED SOUPS?
'Best' is a relative term. There is no one-size-fits-
WHAT IS THE JET COOK™ SYSTEM?
Jet Cook™ is a high-speed cooking and mixing system utilizing a direct-contact heating process in which steam collapses at high velocity into the product. In fact, it's the fastest cooking and mixing system available on the market today. The capability to simultaneously heat, mix, pump, and induct powder with no moving parts creates remarkable finished product quality and operational efficiency.
DOES JET COOK™ WORK FOR STEWS?
Yes! The design of the Jet Cook™ intentionally has no moving parts and a 1.9" diameter orifice which allows for very large pieces of meat and vegetables to freely pass through while being simultaneously heated very rapidly. This speeds cooking time which in turn reduces the thermal impact on ingredients like vegetables. By lessening the thermal impact, Jet Cook™ helps producers create a more nutritious stew by reducing the vitamins and minerals typically lost/diluted with traditional cooking methods.
The Braising Bar is also well applied to the production of stews. Used at the start of the cooking process, the Braising Bar can be used to sear meats and vegetables or create a roux.
DOES JET COOK™ WORK FOR CREAM-BASED SOUPS?
Yes, whether dairy-based ingredients are used in their liquid or powdered form, Jet Cook™ is an all-in-one system that produces thick, smooth, homogenized cream soups and sauces.
DOES JET COOK™ WORK FOR SOUP WITH NOODLES?
From minestrone to chicken noodle, the Jet Cook™ system has proven to deliver perfection when it comes to soups and dishes that require protection of delicate noodles. While not a 'soup', macaroni and cheese is perhaps one of America's most loved foods, see the Jet Cook™ system being used to make it with perfectly al dente noodles in a velvety cheese sauce: https://www.dcnorrisna.com/
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