Crepe Maker Hot Plate

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Wenesco's new system makes it possible to prepare, cook, garnish, and serve fragrant sweet or savory crepes in a very short time (UP TO 120 CREPES PER HOUR!!). The system is extremely easy to use and requires only the simplest and quickest maintenance. It is a new idea to fulfill your ice cream, sandwich, and traditional recipes. This model can cook up to four crepes at once.

                                CLICK HERE to see a demonstration video (a 4.7Mb wmv file) 

 

Above left, detail of carriage assembly.  Right, digital thermostat displays plate temperature and set point in degrees C and F.   Plate temperature is held accurate to 2 degrees

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS 

Power Supply

Plug 240V,20 amperes

Power Consumption

240 volts,16.7 amperes

Temperature

400F operating (520F max)

Element Power

4,000 watts

Thermostat

Digital display in C/F degrees

Hot plate

Anodized aluminum


Model CR 1040 is ideal for fast-food restaurants and caterers. The appliance is composed of an 8" x 40" anodized aluminum hot plate and a sliding carriage dispenser used for holding and evenly spreading the crepe batter the full length and width of the plate.  The batter is dispensed left to right in the shape of a long rectangle -- not a circle -- that is scored by the cook to create 3 or 4 actual size squarish crepes ready for filling.   

Here's how you use it.

1. Heat the hotplate to 400 F (this takes 8 to 10 minutes).
2. Whisk 1 lb. of Easy Crepe batter with 24 oz of water until there are no more lumps. Depending upon
    ambient humidity, the amount of   water may vary by 1 or 2 oz..
3. Pour the mixture into the carriage.
4. Adjust the metering screw to the desired crepe thickness.
5. Slide the carriage to the end of the hot plate.
6. Fully squeeze the carriage handle and pull with a constant motion.
7. Release the handle an inch before reaching the end of the hot plate. The result is a layer of batter that
    conforms to the full length and width of the hot plate.

8. After the crepe batter has been spread, use the side of your spatula to score the batter in 2 or 3 places to
    create the number of finished crepes you desire.
9. Next,
place the stuffing ingredients onto the crepes.
9. While they are still cooking, slightly separate the crepes using a plastic spatula.
10. Check whether the crepes are done by slightly lifting a corners. The crepe will take another 30
     seconds to 1 minute 30 seconds to cook depending upon the stuffing used.
11. Fold the crepes and remove to serving plates.

CLICK HERE to see a demonstration video (a 4.7Mb wmv file)

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