food warm when on the go, chafing dishes are the perfect choice.
Using a bain-marie, chafing dishes spread the heat and keep food at a
constant safe temperature, although it is recommended that food is
stirred occasionally to stop it sticking around the sides. There are
several ways to heat chafing dishes; the easiest to use are electric
chafing dishes but when you don’t have a power source, chafing
liquid or chafing gel are used. These come in different sizes to
provide burn times of 2 to 6 hours.
chafing dishes are the safest option as there aren’t any naked
flames to beware of, they are cheaper to use, and less messy than
fuel-heated chafing dishes. The traditional portable chafing dishes
which can be used inside or in the great outdoors are ideal for
keeping a variety of foods hot. Using a bain-marie design, heat is
distributed evenly through the dish to avoid hotspots and burning.
steel soup chafing dishes are perfect for those colder outdoor events
and mobile catering, or indoors when there isn’t a power source.
With a hydraulic lid and utensil compartment fitted to the side, the
soup chafing dishes are used with a gas or electric heat source, and
a chafing fuel stand.