Catertherm turns Japanese for rolled ice cream

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The rolled ice cream dessert on Catertherm’s teppenyaki table.

Catertherm has launched its own brand teppanyaki ice cream table into the UK market which creates ‘rolled’ ice cream.

This Japanese concept mixes the right ingredients at exactly the right temperature to create a unique cuisine combined with the element of entertainment.

Manufactured in mainland Europe, the table is available in two different surface sizes and supplied either as a drop in unit or portable table top unit.

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It is also available with a remote power pack. This provides 2 hours of power away from a mains socket, enabling ‘street theatre’ to be created anywhere there are potential customers.

The teppanyaki plate can be temperature controlled between ambient and -30°C. The handmade ‘ice cream’ dessert is created by pouring liquid ice cream mix onto the cold plate, and then mixing in fillings such as fresh fruit, chocolate and biscuits.

Using a pair of ‘scrapers’, the chef flattens this and rolls it into curls ready for serving in cups, cones or waffles.

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