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Restaurant Baking Equipment

There are many pieces of restaurant kitchen equipment that go into creating baked goods. From appliances like restaurant refrigerators to more specialised items like dough sheeters, it takes a a full kitchen to roll out rolls, crepes, buns, and cookies. Having the right tools to tackle the task matters, so before you open your own bakery, stock it with supplies.

Hot as an Oven

The most crucial component when it comes to baking, there are restaurant ovens for every type of item, including special bakery ovens with multiple decks for more efficient baking. Choose an oven packed with delicious features, including a digital display and wheeled design for added mobility, and don't neglect the extras for cooling cookies, such as a baker's rack, or for multiple racks, a trolley to cool many baked goods on.

Tray It Up

When you're baking, trays are a no-brainer. Use oversized trays to prep baked goods as well as bake them, or you can use trays to store already-made items like pies, cakes, and pastries inside the walk-in or refrigerator. Trays serve multiple purposes in a bakery, so have plenty on hand of all shapes and sizes to increase your production and make baking in large quantities easy.

Rolling in Dough

When you're dealing with bakery items, restaurant baking equipment is necessary. Some of the most appealing items to have on hand are made to make dough, such as a dough ball rounded, which creates perfectly round dough pieces for producing cookies or pastries, as well as dough sheeters and dough rollers, which help make sheets of dough for pizzas and other types of pastries.

Slice of Life

Slice even pieces of fresh-baked bread with a commercial bread slicer. Loaded with features, these slicers cut through the competition. Choose an adjustable slicer for thickness options, such as 12mm or 14mm bread slicers, and opt for a powerful machine with heavy-duty construction that will stand the test of time no matter how many loaves it cuts into.

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