Sephra Nacho Tray Warmer
The Sephra Nacho Chip Tray Warmer Cabinet features three racks holding four 190 x 230 x 50mm trays per rack, of ready-to-serve warm Nacho Chips to compliment cheese and sauces. Ideal for Cinemas, Cafes, Restaurants, Fairs, Parties, Fundraisers, Sporting events, School functions
RRP: £999.00 (Excl. VAT)
UK Online: £999.00 (Exc. VAT)
Product ID: SENTW01
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The best way to serve Nachos! The Sephra Nacho Chip Tray Warmer Cabinet features four rack levels, holding, for example four 190 x 230 x 50mm trays per rack, of ready-to-serve warm Nacho Chips to compliment cheese and sauces. Ideal for Cinemas, Cafes, Restaurants, Fairs, Parties, Fundraisers, Sporting events, School functions. The Sephra Nacho Chip Tray Warmer Cabinet casing is made from stainless steel and is durable and easy to clean.
Additionally, the holes in the bottom ensure that crumbs fall into the collecting drawer.
The story goes that nachos were invented in Piedras Negras in Mexico. Piedras Negras is right next to the border with the Eagle Pass. In 1943, a group of Americans came to the Fort Duncan Air Base to eat at the Victory Club. Since the cook was nowhere to be found, a waiter called Ignacio Anaya went to the kitchen and improvised a dish using the food he could find. The waiter cut tortillas into triangles, fried them, added cheddar cheese, warmed them up and added jalapeños.
When Ignacio Anaya was asked to give the name of the dish, he said: "Nacho's Especiales", because the Mexican nickname for Ignacio is Nacho. Not long after, the owner of the club added the dish to the menu and kept the name. Later on, Ignacio Anaya even opened his own restaurant called "Nacho's Restaurant" in Piedras Negras. The dish quickly spread all over Texas and the South West of the United States. The original recipe was printed in St. Anne’s Cookbook in the year 1954. Ignacio Anaya died in 1975 and there is a commemorative plaque in Piedras Negras. The 21st of October is the international nacho day. Anaya’s son, Ignacio Anaya Jr., was a judge at the nacho competition until his death in 2010.
The classic version is made from nachos, cheese and jalapeños, but there are many variations of this dish. A popular version is made with a fried tortilla, coated with bean paste. It is covered with a few layers of chopped cheese. A warm, spicy Habanero sauce covers this kind of nachos.
Barbecue nachos are served without cheese. Sweet dessert nachos and poutine-nachos are other popular choices. They are less traditional versions of the popular dish. The most popular ingredients for nachos today are cheese, guacamole, salsa, cream, jalapeños and salad.
Further ingredients are: black beans, pinto-beans, baked beans, chili con queso or chili con carne, coriander, chive, shallots, minced meat, sliced steak, chicken, chorizo, bacon, peperoni, corned beef and different kinds of hot peppers, salad, spinach, lime, olives, garlic, onions, gherkins, tomato-salsa, tomatoes, sour cream.
The most popular kinds of cheeses are: grated cheddar, mozzarella, oaxaca, Swiss cheese, provola and Monterey Jack.
Nachos with a lot of different ingredient are also called "loaded nachos", "super-nachos" or "epic nachos". This kind of dish is often served in the USA as a starter dish, even though they are the size of a main dish. The nachos are placed onto a plate. Ingredients like meat or beans are added and then they are covered with grated cheese. The dish is afterwards heated in order to melt the cheese. Then, further ingredients like salad, tomatoes, peppers or onions are added.
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The international nacho-festival takes place from October 13-15 in Piedras Negras, the birthplace of Ignacio Anaya. There are concerts and cultural events, as well as a competition for the largest nacho dish in the world.
On April 21, 2012, the largest nacho dish in the world was prepared in the American city Lawrence. It weighed 2129 kg. It contained: 347 kg chips, 184 kg salsa, 147 kg tomatoes, more than 998 kg of cheese, 416 kg meat and beans.
Dimension: 478 x 480 x 690mm
Electric Info: 550w, 230v
Material: Stainless Steel
Shipping / DIM Weight: 28kg