Waring WIH400CND Commercial Induction Range - 120V, 1440W (Canadian Use Only)
- 11" x 11" ceramic glass surface
- Stainless steel exterior
- Easy-touch controls with 12 temperature settings
- 10-hour timer
- Integrated small-article and pan detection
- Temperature range: 120 to 500 degrees Fahrenheit
Ok, now we're going to make the celery root puree. You just want to cut off all those gnarly roots on the bottom, you're going to chop this up. So I'm going to cook this in a sauce pan on the Waring induction burner here which is very handy. I love this induction burner really because I can take it anywhere. If I have to cook somewhere not even in a big kitchen, I can take it with me and it's great for all kinds of events. Ok, so we're going to put this in our sauce pan here, put this on the burner. So as soon as that comes to a boil, we'll let it simmer for a little bit. Ok, this is done. Ok, we're going to take our X-Prep Waring blender here, 3 1/2 horsepower, no messing around in this kitchen. Take my celery root and put it right in the container here and I'm going to add some butter, some cream, so we can start low, crank it up. Man, that is quite a vortex going on there, it's pretty amazing. Look at that! I mean, it's so whipped. I'm going to make the filling. So I'm going to chop up a shallot here. Then, I'm going to take some mushrooms and just cut these guys in half. I have some oyster mushroom here too and we'll put a little bit of sage in the mix. Alright, so I have some vegetables here that I'm going to put in the Waring food processor and this isn't that much, but you can put a lot of stuff in here. You could put liquid in here, it's got this new liquilock seal that just makes everything not splatter all over the place, it's actually pretty awesome. Get some spinach in here and a little salt and I'm also going to put a little pinch of some ground-up fennel here. Just kind of pulse this a little bit, that looks good. And what's cool about this is, if you've ever used food processors, you can dump this out without that blade falling out. And we're just going to saute this a little bit and I'm going to put this at 320 (degrees). A little olive oil, put some of my stuffing in here. I'm going to add a little bit of pepper to this, too. I love this though honestly because it's just not messy. Because there's no flame coming up the side, all of the heat is going into the pan. You're not going to get burned on the side, it's really cooking the ingredients. Pour this out, let it cool a little bit. I'm kind of making a remodeled version of Saltimbocca. Everybody has kind of different styles of it. So just going to put a few pieces of prosciutto in here. Alright, it's already smelling good. Ok, so what we're going to do... I'm going to try something different here today. So I'm opening up this chicken breast you can see here and then we're just going to take some of the stuffing and stick it right on the inside here. I actually like to season chicken with a little bit of sugar; it's not to make it sweeter, but it just kind of keeps it juicier. Ok, so I'm going to take my same pan that I cooked the prosciutto in because it's already got some nice pork flavor and I'm going to put a little bit of butter in here, thyme, add a little stock. I'm just letting this stock reduce a little bit here; it'll be kind of a nice jus on the finished dish. I'm going to put my chicken on one plate for a second and then I'm going to continue to just take that sauce down a little bit, just because I want it a little bit thicker. Actually, I'm going to put a little lemon juice in my sauce, too. So we're going to take some of our creamy celery root puree. Just take one of our stuffed Saltimbocca chicken breast, little sauce on there. That looks delicious! And then we'll just finish it with a little crispy prosciutto and a little sage. This is my Chicken Saltimbocca made with the Waring induction burner, the X-Prep blender, and the food processor. These are my best friends! I'm hungry!
Watch Chef Elizabeth Faulkner cook up her delicious Chicken Saltimbocca using the Waring WIH400 induction range burner, the X-Prep blender, and the Waring food processor.
|Waring WIH400CND Specs|
|Cooking Surface Diameter||4 3/4 - 10 Inches|
|Features||Canadian Use Only|
|Number of Burners||Single|
|Temperature Range||120 - 500 Degrees F|
|Usage||Front of House|
Customer questions about this product
- What does it mean if an item or voltage is labeled "for international use" or "for Canadian use"?
- An item that has been labeled for international use has been designed to accommodate a foreign electrical standard that differs from electrical standards in the United States. These differences make International Use items incompatible with US electrical standards.
An item labeled "for Canadian use" might have a different cord and plug, amperage requirement, or agency certifications than its comparable US-spec model.
Contact Customer Solutions prior to placing your order if you have questions about the suitability of this piece of equipment for your application.
- Can this induction range handle any pan capacity?
- Most induction ranges do not have specified weight or pan capacities. The key to ensuring your range works properly and does not get damaged by too much weight is to use a pan with a bottom diameter that does not exceed the burner's diameter. Using a larger pan will lessen the effectiveness of the range and the quality of your food.
Waring WIH400CND Details
Quickly and safely cook your signature dishes with the Waring WIH400CND commercial induction range! This induction range features 1440 watts of heating power so that you can cook everything from stir fry to scallops in any induction-compatible pan. The easy-touch controls let you adjust the temperature among 12 settings from 120 to 500 degrees Fahrenheit, and the large 11" x 11" Schott ceramic glass surface is large enough to accommodate most pans. The exterior is made of stainless steel for long-lasting durability, and the surface includes small-article and pan detection for efficient energy use. And thanks to its timer, you can keep track of cooking cycles up to 10 hours long.
Because this item is not stocked in our warehouse, processing, transit times and stock availability will vary. If you need your items by a certain date,
please contact us prior to placing your order. Expedited shipping availability may vary. We cannot guarantee that this item can be cancelled off of the order or returned once it is placed.
This item meets the standards imposed by NSF International, which focuses on public safety, health, and the environment.
ETL US & Canada
This item meets the electrical product safety standards imposed by the ETL, a division of the Intertek Group, for use in the United States and Canada.
This unit comes with a NEMA 5-15P plug.
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