Buns are the next big frontier – and we’re not talking about those you get from doing squats in the gym.
You’ve got your signature sauce, your burger patty is of the highest quality and your side chips are to die for. But when your customers take that first bite into their burger, are they met with burnt blackened buns or an undercooked soggy mess?
Getting your buns properly toasted isn’t as simple as one would think; in fact, burnt bread and buns are among the biggest culprits of waste for many QSR operators. If you go the old fashion method and brown your buns on a grill top, your results will be inconsistent – plus you’ll waste valuable time as this method requires constant monitoring so nothing gets burnt. You can use a salamander or a traditional batch toasting machine, but these units offer low capacity, require a large footprint and provide inconsistent results.
So how exactly are you supposed to get the best looking and tasting buns in town?
According to Melbourne burger connoisseur Dani Zeini (Royal Stacks, Dandenong Pavilion), the Antunes range of RoundUp Vertical Contact Toasters are the secret to perfectly golden, melt in your mouth buns, time after time.
“It’s just such an amazing piece of technology, whoever invented it deserves a prize,” Dani said about his Antunes Toaster. “It toasts the bun perfectly every single time in such a short period of time and gives you this golden texture. It’s a phenomenal piece of technology.
“The first time we used it literally my mind was blown… it had the right texture, the right colour with a minimal input from staff. I could almost say it changed my life.”
Check out the short video below to find out how Antunes have created the perfect bun toasting machine for QSR operators.
To find out why Dani says his Antunes toaster “changed my life”, visit https://www.comcater.com.au/blog/want-the-best-buns-in-town-find-out-how...
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