Synergy Grill Technology launches grill ‘division’

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Synergy Grill’s new divider separates areas of the grill to enable different food items to be cooked simultaneously.

British supplier Synergy Grill Technology has introduced stainless steel grill dividers to its grilling accessories.

Designed with the rise of speciality diets in mind, the grill divider enables chefs to cook both vegetarian and meat-based products on the same grill, and should reduce the risk of rogue splashes.

The Synergy Grill atomises fat molecules into carbon dust, which is said to eradicate the need for a fat tray. Due to this atomisation, there should be no cross-flavouring through smoke contamination; instead, any moisture expelled from the food transforms into steam which penetrates back into the food.

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Justin Cadbury, chairman of Synergy Grill Technology, said: “There is no question that caterers have a moral and lawful obligation when it comes to preventing cross-contamination of flavours and ingredients, particularly given the recent growth of veganism, vegetarianism and allergen awareness over the past year. It was for this very reason that Synergy Grill Technology added grill dividers to their innovative accessory portfolio.

“Offering the perfect solution for caterers that are looking to support customers that wish to eat succulent grilled foods which have not been contaminated during the cooking process, these dividers can simply be slotted into any Synergy Grill model, thus allowing caterers to cook meat, fish and plant-based products side by side.

“Furthermore, because the pioneering Synergy Grill features patented atomising technology, which results in the grill not needing a fat tray, caterers can be confident that contamination of flavours and ingredients will neither occur beneath the grill bars.”

By slotting these grill dividers into Synergy’s third generation of grills, the Trilogy, caterers should also be able to cook different foods under different heats, separately. For example, when slotting three grills dividers into the Trilogy Grill, users can grill fish at a high temperature on one section of the grill, chicken at a medium temperature on the next section, and vegetables on the final section of the grill at a low temperature.

Designed for operators with restricted space, these grill dividers are said to eradicate the need for operators to purchase a separate grill for cooking vegan and vegetarian foods.

Synergy Grill Technology also offers a rotisserie accessory for vegetable kebabs, garnish rails for homemade sauces and spices, a griddle plate for sensational side dishes, as well as a wok accessory for stir fries.

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