All About Rotisserie Cooking In A Commercial Kitchen

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Today's restaurant business is all about creating a menu with lots of healthy eating options for dozens of fitness enthusiasts, visiting a restaurant every day. The trouble with healthy food is that most of them are bland and dry. If you wish to thrive in the hospitality industry, you need to be able to provide your customers with healthy and tasty options, all in one meal. Addition of an Electric Rotisserie can just do this trick for you.

What is Rotisserie Cooking?

Rotisserie cooking involves sticking a piece of meat on a spit and then setting it in the oven's cavity before turning it on and that's it. The rotating spit helps the food get brown and cooked evenly from all sides by exposing uniformly all the sides to the source of heat. Rotisserie cooking ensures that the food is seared outside but remains juicy inside.

Types of Rotisserie Cooking

There are two methods of Rotisserie cooking as explained below:


The horizontal method simply means cooking the meat horizontally. This is the most preferred method as it makes sure that all the juices remain inside the meat while the juices on the outside help the meat to self-baste.


The vertical method involves rotating the meat vertically while cooking. This method helps in reducing fat and grease as they drain out due to the vertical position of the meat during the rotation process. This may produce less flavourful meat due to drainage of juices, but the cooked meat is much healthier to eat as it is with much less grease and fat. The vertical rotisserie can also be used to steam the meat from inside by infusing marinade with the meat and pouring it through the drip pan throughout the rotation.

Why get a Rotisserie for a commercial kitchen?

When you add a rotisserie to your menu, your restaurant gets to make many extra dishes full of flavour. Chicken Rotisserie is quite famous as the poultry cooked in them are healthy as well as juicy which both foodie and health-conscious customers prefer. A commercial Rotisserie is an expensive addition to the kitchen but if you know the right time and right place to buy it, you will get your preferred Rotisserie for Sale.

You will definitely find an Electric Rotisserie in any popular restaurant you visit. It is because getting a rotisserie for cooking has many benefits you can provide your customers such as:

  • Chicken Rotisseriesmake the process of basting easy in a commercial kitchen
  • The food cooked (in a vertical rotisserie) is very healthy as most of the grease and fat are lost during cooking which makes it a popular choice for fitness enthusiasts
  • Chicken Rotisserie cooks the meat evenly and keeps it juicy by allowing it to cook in its own juices

How to select the right commercial rotisserie for your kitchen?

  • Read the product description carefully and verify that it ticks all the right boxes for your kitchen needs
  • Get a Rotisserie with the right accessories and attachments needed for your kitchen
  • Towable Rotisseries are also available for catering businesses
  • Measure the size of the space you need to space the rotisserie before buying it as rotisseries are available in various sizes
  • Understand the customer base before investing in a rotisserie so that you do not end up buying a smaller one than required.
  • Various rotisseries are priced differently based on the size, accessories, and their type. It is a good idea to buy one during festivals as you will find various pieces of Rotisserie for Sale.

A successful restaurateur knows to invest in buying the right equipment and with so many health benefits of the Electric Rotisserie without compromising on the taste, a rotisserie is a must in any commercial kitchen.

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