Posted on January 13 2018
Make your business thrive with Robot Coupe
We talked a little bit earlier about how your Robot Coupe food processor could really make a business thrive. There are so many things that can be done with it. We love getting bar food from time to time, and when you’re watching a game, there’s nothing better than chips and dips. There are tons of dips which can be made in the Robot Coupe food processor.
Yahoo Health points out that roasted red peppers makes an excellent foundation for dip. Take those, some breadcrumbs and some walnuts, blend it together with some pomegranate molasses, and you’ve got a dip that practically melts on your tongue.
What better way to use your Robot Coupe food processor than to take it for a spin on dips? Changing the menu at your restaurant can sometimes give it that boost that it needs.
The most powerful food processing machine on the planet.
We’ve talked a little bit about Robot Coupe food processors in the past, but it’s high time that we give them a little bit more of the spotlight. We saw one of them in the deli section of an international Mexican grocery store while on vacation, and it definitely brought a smile to our faces.
These mixers are some of the most powerful for food processing on the planet. The Robot Coupe parts are designed to last, and there are replacement parts readily available. It’s the Robot Coupe of mixers, so to speak.
This particular market was making some salsa, it looked like. We stayed for a few moments to watch the process before going back to shopping – it’s difficult not to be amazed and entranced while watching workers push lots of food into a food processor.
When the salsa came out, it looked delicious. Surprisingly, it was a little bit light on the cilantro, but it appeared to be a bit heavy on the garlic. Many delis don’t pay as much attention to the garlic as they should, so this was a refreshing turn of events. We made a note to get some the next time.
To some, the Robot Coupe food processor is their favorite piece of equipment in the shop. What’s yours?