The taste is inside the bratt-pan

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The main features of Olis bratt pans are the pan in iron or in moulded stainless steel with rounded corners and the rugged double-walled lids.

 

The bratt pan with a tilting action allows the pan to be raised by hand or automatically. With tilting, the content is conveniently removed from the inside and transferred, ensuring fast service and easy cleaning of the pan.

 

 

WHAT CAN BE PRODUCED WITH THE BRATT PAN?

 

The bratt pan can be used to create wide varieties of tailored recipes, preparing various cuts of meat and dishes with a moist base using liquids. Jus, risottos and stocks can be made, or sauces and soups of any kind.

 

Cooking is tasty and uniform. This equipment also enables a high saving in energy.

 

 

MILD IRON OR STAINLESS STEEL BRATT PAN?

 

Mild iron has faster conductivity and maintains the temperature recommended for fast cooking without acid base.

 

Stainless steel instead has a lower heat yield yet is definitely easier to care for and clean and is recommended for slow cooking also with an acid base.

 

 

WHERE CAN TILTING BRATT PANS BE USED?

 

Hotels or restaurants with high turnover rates, as well as canteens and kitchens serving the public for a high-performance and high-quality cooking result.

 

 

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