Pacojet master distributor Cheftools has combined the brand’s food processor with an Adande refrigeration unit to create an all-in-one dessert station.
Pacojet is a processor device that enables chefs to puree deep-frozen foods into a light mousse, cream or sauce without thawing. The process, according to Pacojet, helps retain the natural flavours and nutrients of ingredients when making individual, ready-to-serve portions.
Combining the processor and freezer into a single unit is a practical and productive plan in a busy kitchen, said Graham Bagnall, director of Cheftools: “Chefs are coming to rely on their Pacojet, so it makes sense to create a purpose-built dessert workstation so that all the requisites are within easy reach. That will save so much time, allowing chefs to concentrate on their creations. Of course, busy kitchens may require two workstations, one for desserts and one for savoury foods,” he added.
Caterers can choose any Adande one or two drawer unit and the Pacojet Super, which includes 22 beakers, a titanium hardened gold blade together with a standard blade and full cleaning kit.
The two-drawer dessert station is offered at £6455, which represents an introductory discount of £500 off the standard list price. It includes the Pacojet ‘Super’ and a variable temperature VCS2 two-drawer freezer.