CLASSIC CREAM APPLICATION
Whippers are used in all areas of the catering industry when it comes to whipping cream and preparing sauces, cocktails, foams, espumas, as well as many other culinary delicacies. Despite many advances in technology, whippers remain one of the best ways of preparing cream, and other liquid-based ingredients
AROMATISING AND INFUSION
Infusing techniques are adopted my chefs in all corners of the world when it comes infusing liquids with different aromas. The process works when the N20 gas flows out of the cream charger into the liquid, which then forces the liquid to bind together with the N20 due to the high pressure that it is under. This then flavours the overall substance. Once the pressure in the whipping device has been released, the N20 then forms bubbles and takes on the flavours of the ingredient, transferring the aroma into the liquid.
The Spanish word for foam, Espuma involves creating airily light foams to go on top of a range of different beverages. To achieve this texture, people in all corners of the globe used whippers and as a result, they are now a common sight in many modern-day kitchens. It’s easy to prepare espumas from purees, cream and extracts, from juices, coulis, as well as soups or sauces, and they can be added to a diverse range of dishes and drinks. Espumas are not only a great way to enhance the flavours of food, but they are also a great way of optimising the aesthetic appeal of food.
FILLING AND DECORATING
When it comes to adding a new and exciting dimension to your favourite dishes, it’s all about getting your filling and decorating right, especially when it comes to enhancing its presentation. There are a whole host of high performance tools that can be used to unleash your imagination in the kitchen, allowing you to experiment with different flavours, textures and finishes.