The Star Hot Dog Steamer and Bun Warmer
170 hot dog capacity
Holds 18 buns at a time
Ideal for snack bars
Accurate temperature control
Large-sized water pan for all-day steaming
11 quart reservoir
The Hot Dog Steamer by Nemco
Tempered glass and stainless steel construction
The Emson Hot Dog Express Rotary Grill
5 rotating stainless steel rollers
Bun warming lid
Easy-clean nonstick tray
The Nostalgia Electrics HDR565 Hot-Dog Roller
Fun and cute electric hot dog roller
Modeled on a carnival food tent
Cooks up to 8 hot dogs per bat...
The Kitchen Housewares Hot Dog Express
Electric roller grill with stainless steel rollers
Cooks 8-12 hot dogs per batch
Warms buns on the lid
Nonstick flat cooking tray included
Dishwasher-safe removable drip tray
The Waring Pro Professional Hot Dog Griller
Whether you’re looking for hot dogs machines for commercial use, or just for making hot dogs at home, there are a few important things to consider.
Do you want a hot dog steamer? Or would a roller, grill, rotisserie or fryer suit more of your...
Here’s a quick video of a commercial bun toaster being put through its paces. Now, the buns beings used are more suited to burgers than hot dogs, but the great things about this one and hot dog bun toasters is the speed, consistency and quality of the buns when they come out of the machine. (As you’ll notice, the testers are suitably impressed!).
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As it’s name suggests, a hotdog bun steamer uses steam to generate heat.
But don’t worry about the bread coming out all soggy and unappetizing. It’s actually a very common cooking style in many hot dog machines.
You just need to keep an eye on the water levels – so that heat continues to be generated – and your hot dog buns will be warm, toasty, and ready for eating. (Many hot dog steamer machines have an indicator to let you know when the water levels are g...
A bbq hot dog roller is a great way to combine the efficient cooking style of a roller, with the tasty flavors that come from a barbecue grill.
And while placing hot dogs directly onto a grill is still an option, they usually wind up getting burnt on one side, or simply bursting and spilling their juices. And that’s just annoying.
Instead, a simple roller helps ensure each hot dog is evenly cooked and all in one piece when the time comes to ‘plate up’ and serve. Yum!
This hot dog making machine makes hot dogs all by itself. (It looks like some sort of university project using robots to manage the process). Definitely clever, but looking at the time it takes for a complete hot dog to pop out the other side, I’d be a bit concerned about customers running off elsewhere to find their next meal!
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Hotdog cookers come in a range of different shapes and sizes.
Not only that, but the cooking style varies too. There are hot dog rollers, hot dog steamers, hot dog rotisserie machines, and hot dog grills to name but a few.
And some ...
Hot dog bun warmers are an essential part of any stand where you’re serving hot dogs.
And buns can be heated in a variety of ways. You can warm them up with steam, toast them, place them on a grill, or just keep them on a wa...