While being best known in America for producing vibrant and delicious seafood and vegetables, nearly anything can be cooked in a steamer. For example, steaks cooked in a steamer remain tender, have less shrinkage from moisture loss, and cook more quickly. Give the cut a sear on a charbroiler or flat top and it’s ready for serving. Steam is also great for keeping chicken and turkey moist and delicious, for providing a perfect brown crust on bread, and for quickly cooking vegetables, then holding them at temperature until serving without burning.
Countertop steamers are ideal for delis and cafés. With a range of available capacities, adding steamed items to any menu is easy.
With the popularity of steamed sandwiches and wraps on the rise, sandwich steamers provide continuous or shot-style steam to warm food without overcooking it.
Hearty meat and delicate vegetables can be prepared quickly and retain their nutrients and juices when prepared in a convection steamer.
Pressure steamers are ideal for large venues like schools and hospitals. Capable of quickly cooking bulk items, they still maintain the product's integrity.
Steam generators can be used to efficiently operate kettles, ovens, and other steamers that do not have self-contained boilers.