The Pacojet is an amazing, chef-driven kitchen tool that can help chefs be more efficient and more prepared, while at the same time making better use and extending shelf life of the ingredients in the kitchen. We've already detailed some of the benefits of Pacojet, but we haven't talked about the things you didn't know about Pacojet. We're going to do that here now.
YOU CAN MAKE AMAZING BUTTERS
From nut butter to compound butters, Pacojet can allow for maximum creativity. Here at Pro-Pacific, chef Wade uses Pacojet to create smoked mixed nut butter, as well as compound butters made from garlic and herbs that goes perfect on a great steak.
YOU CAN MAKE OILS
Whether you're making cooking oils or finishing oils, Pacojet is a great resource for creating all types of oils. Looking for a new oil made from a special blend of herbs? Pacojet can help make that happen. The image below depicts just a small sampling of cooking and finishing oils to emerge from our Pacojet here at Pro-Pacific.
YOU CAN MAKE TARTAR
Tartar is an amazing way to showcase great ingredients. Here at Pro-Pacific, chef Wade created a fantastic beef tartar made with the Pacojet tartar blade that comes win the coupe set.
YOU CAN MAKE CONCENTRATE
Creating soups or sauces from scratch using a vegetable concentrate provides for a more flavorful dish, that doesn't take up very much space in the freezer. Take this Carrot Ginger Concentrate we Pacotized for a hearty, healthy soup.
YOU CAN CHOP HERBS
In today's restaurant kitchens, farm-to-table isn't always enough. In some cases, ingredients are grown right out back. Either way, if you have fresh herbs from the garden -- no matter what the garden of origin -- you can use the Pacojet coupe set blade to chop herbs.
YOU CAN MAKE MOUSSE
We typically think of mousse as being a more dessert-driven application, but it doesn't always have to be. After all, we live in the Pacific Northwest where great salmon is abundant, and we highly recommend using Pacojet to make a fine salmon mousse.
YOU CAN MAKE HUMMUS
One of the hottest trends in foodservice over the last several years has been the appeal of Middle Eastern cuisines. Hummus is a Middle Eastern staple, and it's easily available with the right ingredients and a Pacojet machine. It doesn't have to be made with just chickpeas, though. Consider creating a beat hummus and using it on pizza.