Techniques Description Suitable units
Stewing Pot or pan cooking with a mix of liquid at 100 degrees C.
  • Open Burner
    • NGR
    • NGTR
  • Induction Range
    • NEIC
    • NEFI
  • Hot Plate
    • NEHP
  • Hot Top
    • NEHT
Boiling Cooking voluminous amount of liquid substance. Through a pot or integrated kettle system.
  • Open Burner
    • NGTR
    • NGR
  • Solid Top
    • NGHT
    • NEHT
  • Stock Pot
    • NGETL
    • NGTL
  • Boiling Pan
    • NGBP
    • NEBP
Sautéing Pan-frying with a minimum amount of cooking oil, usually achieved with means of wok.
  • Gas Wok Range
    • NGK
    • NGKB
    • NGK
    • NGER
  • Solid Top
    • NGHT
Steaming Cooking food through intensive flowing steam.
  • Three-Deck Steamers
    • NGSCD
    • NESCD
  • Single Chamber Steamers
    • NGSC
    • NESC
  • Combi Oven
    • NCE
    • NCG
Pasta Cooking Cooking pasta into a body of water at boiling temperature.
  • Pasta Cooker
    • NGPC
    • NEPC
Noodle Cooking Cooking of noodles into a body of water at boiling temperature.
  • Noodle Cooker
    • NGN
    • NEN
Shallow-frying Cooking through partial immersion into a small amount of cooking oil at 160 – 200 degrees C.
  • Wok Induction
    • NEWI
  • Gas Wok Range
    • NGKB
    • NGK
    • NGER
Deep-frying Cooking through immersion into a big volume of cooking oil at 160 – 200 degrees C.
  • Deep Fat Fryer
    • NGF
    • NEF
    • GFE
    • NGDF
Grilling Cooking through direct contact of the foods at a high temperature of 200 degrees C and above.
  • Fry Top
    • NEFT
    • NGFT
  • Charcoal Broiler
    • NGCB
  • Vapour Grill
    • NEVG
  • Super Grill
    • NGSG
Baking Heating of foods from all sides inside a cooking chamber
  • Deck Oven
    • NEDO
    • NGDO
  • Convection Oven
    • NECO
    • NGCO
  • Bakery Combi Oven
    • NBE
Braising Combination cooking of low and high heat that includes simmering of water, stock, or cooking oil.
  • Braising Pan
    • NGTP
    • NETP
  • Griddle Pan
    • NEGP
Browning Partial cooking of food surface to achieve brown color.
  • Salamander
    • NES 4000
    • NGS 8-40
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