Spiral ovens give bacon that home-cooked appeal

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Cook bacon in spiral oven and feel the benefits

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Cooking bacon in a spiral convection oven provides advantages over more usual linear microwave ovens, creating products that look and taste like they were pan-fried, according to Unitherm Food Systems.

Spiral ovens convey food upward by continuous conveyor belt that travel in multiple, circular tiers within a single oven enclosure. As bacon products cycle upward, fat is rendered from the ascending meat onto the bacon below. In this manner, the bacon is cooked in a way which gives the taste and appearance of a pan-fried product.

Spiral ovens are also said to be more versatile than linear ovens and can roast, steam, bake, broil or pasteurise a range of products, from bacon and chicken, to seafood, kebabs and vegetables.

Available in electric or gas models, spiral ovens are said to consume significantly less energy than the linear microwave, and are more efficient in terms of their labour costs in use.

Contact: Unitherm Food Systems

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