For an Italian, the word “panino” and its plural form “panini” are associated with a light snack or fast food. This word means “crispbread, bun” and serves as a basis for such phrases as, “add ripieno and get a panino,” “col prosciutto turns it into a panini with ham.” Therefore, a word-for-word translation of “panini grill” as “grill for buns” is highly restricted to define the actual purpose of this kitchen appliance. It is a "universal cook" and an excellent option if you wish to equip your kitchen, but the space is limited for it. It can be useful both for making breakfast and for a light snack before bedtime.
Panini Grill Griddle models Models used in catering establishments, known as contact grills, perfectly fit into the surface of cooking lines on which food is prepared. This is why there are already built-in cooking lines of cafes, pubs, and little restaurants. On the small working surface of Panini Press, such dishes as wraps can be cooked. These are pancakes with various fillings, rolls, burritos, and other dishes. This appliance is suitable for preparing meat, fish, vegetables, hamburgers, hot dogs, and sandwiches, and can be reheated. In terms of design, it consists of two heated plates and is similar to a press in which simultaneous frying of both sides of the dish occurs.
Panini Grill Press Plates are manufactured from aluminum or cast iron. Their surface can be smooth or grooved. The latter is better for cooking meat, fish, hot sandwiches, and other dishes. It is cooking technology made for food requiring high temperatures. Models with smooth plates are used to heat burritos, pancakes, and rolls. They are easily cleaned. To prepare meals in large amounts, split-top models of panini grills are used.
Panini Grill is a perfect opportunity to offer a quick, nutritious, and healthy snack for lunch to your potential customers. Dishes that can be prepared in it are suitable for both veggies and meat-eaters. Meat, vegetables, sandwiches with mozzarella, and other dishes warmed up by lunchtime can be cooked simultaneously and in large amounts using double grills.