Bain Marie Pots & Containers

Bain marie pans are made to cook food slowly with the gentle heat of warm water. These containers are available in a variety of sizes in either stainless steel or translucent plastic. Bain marie pot covers are also available to fit different pot sizes. More

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Winco BAM-1.25
Winco BAM-1.25 1.25 qt Bain Marie, Stainless

KaTom #: 080-BAM125

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$2.39 / Each
Winco BAM-2
Winco BAM-2 2 qt Bain Marie, Stainless

KaTom #: 080-BAM2

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$3.10 / Each
Update BM-200
Update BM-200 2 qt Bain Marie - Stainless

KaTom #: 370-BM200

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$3.33 / Each
Update BM-350
Update BM-350 3 1/2 qt Bain Marie - Stainless

KaTom #: 370-BM350

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$4.84 / Each
Update BM-125
Update BM-125 1 1/4 qt Bain Marie - Stainless

KaTom #: 370-BM125

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$2.57 / Each
Update BM-425
Update BM-425 4 1/4 qt Bain Marie - Stainless

KaTom #: 370-BM425

$5.67 / Each
Update BM-600
Update BM-600 6 qt Bain Marie - Stainless

KaTom #: 370-BM600

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$7.05 / Each
Winco BAM-3.5
Winco BAM-3.5 3.5 qt Bain Marie, Stainless

KaTom #: 080-BAM35

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$4.49 / Each
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Commonly Asked Questions About Bain Marie Pans

What is a bain marie?

A bain marie is a type of heated bath used for cooking food slowly. Because the items being cooked are in a pot or container that is surrounded by warm water, heat is evenly dispersed instead of focused on one area. Bains marie are also used as heated holding, as the heat surrounding the container is usually gentle enough to keep food warm for extended periods of time.

What is a bain marie used for?

Bains marie pans are primarily used for cooking delicate items that might not withstand the intensity of a direct heat source. Some common uses are melting chocolate, cooking custard, and emulsifying sauces. They can also be used in place of a chafing dish to keep food warm over an extended time frame.

How do I clean bain marie pans?

Bain marie pots and containers can be washed in a commercial warewasher or a three-section sink. Because this part comes in contact with food, it should be washed, rinsed, and sanitized after each use. The interior surface of the bain marie equipment can be wiped out with only a damp cloth, though some models may also require descaling at certain intervals.

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