How Does Heating Lamps for Food Work?

Aug 5th

Heating Lamps for Food – Several people gather at home and we must prepare a good meal for everyone. But while you are finishing the last dishes to start the banquet. The first ones that you have left ready are already warm or almost cold at the time of serving. The truth is that it is difficult to preserve the temperature of the food before serving it at the table and enjoy all at once. But now that has an easy solution. There is an electric hotplate lamp.

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Each lamp acts as a small heat source. We just have to place under each lamp the food plates whose temperature we want to maintain. This original design allows keeping the ideal temperature without variations. Thus, it will not overheat the food or let it cool down, but it will maintain the heat with which we have finished preparing the dish. A notable advantage of this design is that the lamps do not require preheating before using them (as with the oven) but that we can turn them on instantly and start using them at the same time.

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Our best recipes can maintain their flavor, texture, and temperature for much longer. So, that we can present all our dishes in equal conditions and enjoy the food all at the same time. The lamps can regulate their intensity of heat, simply by regulating their height. That allows us direct and simple control of them, and can even serve to slowly defrost some delicate foods.