Cream Chargers Sheffield
With such a wide and exciting variety of recipes containing whipped cream, the need for a cream charger in the kitchen is no longer exclusive to commercial and catering businesses. However, the use of whip cream chargers is still predominantly found in cafés, restaurants, bars and coffee shops where whipped cream is used on a number of food and drinks – from hot chocolate to banoffee pie. Websites provide swift and reliable cream charger delivery in Sheffield, and offer a sameday delivery and collection service because they understand the pressures of working under deadlines and time constraints in the catering industry. The stainless steel cylinders are filled with the highest quality nitrous oxide, or NOS, and are kept under high pressure, before being released into a dispenser that whips cream. The N2O charger canisters are the standard 8gm size, fitting with the majority of dispensers used in most cafés, restaurants and bars. Made from stainless steel, the NOS cream chargers are safe and 100% recyclable once they have been emptied.
Sheffield has a distinctive food offering, ranging from well-established restaurants to independent food businesses showcasing regional dishes and locally sourced products and ingredients. Many restaurants in Sheffield are the perfect start to the night, where a meal can be followed by a cocktail at a swanky bar or a night spent on the dancefloor – the choice is yours! Along with the rest of South Yorkshire, Sheffield enjoys a number of traditional regional dishes that have been in recipe books for centuries. A firm favourite is the Yorkshire pudding, traditionally served up with the rest of a Sunday roast, and can be found on menus across Sheffield, as can Sheffield Hotch Pot, gingerbread and Yorkshire curd tart. The typical dishes originating in Sheffield and Yorkshire have a reputation for being particularly rich in flavours and tastes, both in the case of sweet and savoury delicacies. One example of this is the Yorkshire scone, which is usually served with strawberry jam and clotted cream and is the core of a quintessentially English afternoon tea. As a fresh and new alternative to clotted cream, which can be tricky to find, you can use whipped cream in between the scones to perfectly complement the jam and the cake-like scones. Read the following recipe to get inspiration for a delicious afternoon treat!
Serving Suggestion – Scones!
An all-time favourite up and down the country, but especially in West Yorkshire, these scones are best served warm and buttery, with lashings of sultanas and a filling of angel-light whipped cream.
225g self-raising flour
½ tsp baking powder
Pinch of salt
Berry jam (strawberry, raspberry, cherry etc.)
1. Preheat the oven to 220C / 425F / Gas 7
2. Sift the flour and baking powder together into a large bowl. Add the butter and run between the fingers until it resembled breadcrumbs. Add a pinch of salt
3. Stir in the sugar and sultanas and then the egg. Gradually add the milk until a rough dough is formed. Knead until smooth
4. Roll out the dough to 1cm thick and cut into 3cm sized circles. Place on a greased and lined baking tray and brush with the egg
5. Bake for 10 minutes, until golden brown
6. Serve hot with jam and whipped cream