We design & manufacture a range of accessories which will make your Chimney cake baking experience simpler & more productive.
The most important tools of the trade! You can choose a selection of cooking rolls to suit your Chimney cake baking needs. Standard cooking rolls are generally used for making a traditionally shaped hollow Kurtos, whereas our small cooking rolls are ideal for filling (vanilla pudding being my personal favourite! ). Cornet cooking rolls produce a cone shape, which can be sweet (for icecream) or savoury (cone sandwich) & let’s not forget our thin rolls, used to create the ultimate Chimney (hot) dog!
Your cooking rolls will need a home! When not in use, your cooking rolls need to be stored in an organised fashion & in an accessible location, this is where the roll racks come in. After rolling the dough onto the cooking roll, the dough needs to be left to rise so that the air can circulate & be left in a position where the dough cannot stick to anything else. Rising the dough on the cooking roll is one of the most important stages of rising, therefore needs a suitable place to do so. Wall racks will free up your valuable work space too. Roll racks are a great marketing tool, as passing potential customers will want to know ‘what is that?’
We discovered that our standard size cooking roll was deemed too big for some markets.Obviously, we could have reduced the length of the roll, however to maximise production, we designed our Kurtos cutter which can cut a standard 20cm Kurtos into two or three pieces, resulting in the production of two or three smaller chimney cakes, produced on one cooking roll. Our Kurtos cutter – Party is a great little tool which enables you to cut a standard size Kurtos into rings! We call it the ‘Party cutter’ as a lot of our vendors gift wrap the rings of different flavours & supply to family parties. The rings are also a great way to temp potential customers to your store when offered as a ‘taster’ or free sample.
For quick & efficient production, keeping food stuffs you may want to use as a spread or topping in a melter such as Nutella, peanut butter, caramel, honey or chocolate results in a more pliable, liquid consistency, which is much easier & quicker to use, without damaging the baked Kurtos.
We are always looking to solve issues our customers may have, despite how small these issues are. To solve the problem of not having anywhere secure & hygienic to place the kurtos after baking, we designed a holder or cooling rack in two models. A cone holder & a holder for the standard size kurtoskalacs.
After a Kurtos is baked & the topping has been applied, it’s important to remove it immediately from the cooking roll, so that the inside of the kurtos dough can finish baking. The melted sugar also needs to harden, to secure the ribbons of dough together, to prevent it from falling apart. Leaving the baked kurtos on the cooking roll too long after baking results in the kurtos sticking to the roll, which makes it difficult to remove & can easily damage the Kurtos. Leaving for too long on the cooking roll can also result in dough residue, which means you must thoroughly wash & dry the roll between bakes which is time consuming. Simply remove the freshly baked kurtos into a holder to solve the problems mentioned above.