Prepare Kawan Paratha on recommended temp
It is very important to Prepare Kawan Parathas with proper temperature to assure wholesomeness. Uncooked Paratha or over cooked Paratha is not recommended for achieving best taste.
Temperature is very important. Temp is 240 degree Celsius on induction.
Covered food –
Calculate prep time
As a general rule,calculate backwards from the time it takes to serve your dinner. Example: I want to serve dinner at 9 p.m., and Prepare Parathas 10 minutes prior to dinner 3 minutes for 3 Parathas.
Fully cooked frozen products
Do not thaw fully cooked frozen products.Instead, cook product from a frozen state. Follow the cooking instructions.
Do not use Microwave
No cleaning chemicals
Keep food away from cleaning chemicals, poisons and pesticides.
Paper towels for cleaning
Use paper towels to clean kitchen preparation surfaces instead of cloth. You can then throw the soiled paper towels away.
Sanitize after touching uncooked food.
Wash and sanitize your hands, tools, and preparation surfaces after coming in contact with uncooked food.
Hand Washing Procedure
- Get hands and arms wet under running water as hot as you can comfortably stand.
- Apply enough soap to build a good lather.
- Scrub hands and arms vigorously for 10-15 seconds.
- Rinse hands and arms with running water.
- Dry hands and arms with a single-use paper towel.
Arrange freezer contents
Arrange contents of the freezer and refrigerator in an orderly way. It will help you keep track of what you have and keep temperatures even.
Cover your foods tightly to keep them fresh once you have opened the Kawan Packaging.
First In, First Out
Use FIFO: First In, First Out.In other words, use older product first before you open a newer package of the same product.
Temperature is still vital.The temperature range between 40° and 140°F is considered to be the food spoilage zone. Food should rest in this temperature range for only two hours. After that, it should be promptly stored to keep it fresh for the next serving time. Foods sitting more than two hours in this temperature zone should be discarded.
Freezer at 0°F
Keep your freezer at 0°F.
Keep frozen for up to 10 to 16 months from manufacturing date.
Keep Parartha refrigerated
Keep Paratha refrigerated until you’re ready to prepare it.
Keep door closed
To maintain temperature, avoid leaving the door open. Try to decide what you want before you go in.
Keep uncooked separate
Store uncooked meat/poultry items together— separate from Frozen Open packs of Paratha.
Sufficient air flow
Have sufficient air flowaround products. This will make sure they maintain the right temperature.
Prepare Directly from Freezer
Prepare immediately.Use this method only if you are going to use the item immediately there is no need of thawing.
Do not thaw Kawan Paratha and Refreeze
There is no need to thaw Paratha,because it is recipe ready straight from the freezer. Just follow the instructions on the bag.
All Kawan Products products are individually frozen during the production process to ensure freshness and prevent freezer burn..
Remaining product back in freezer
Take out only the portions you need and quickly place the remaining product back in the freezer.