Vollrath - 40841 - Cayenne® 15-Bird Rotisserie Oven

SKU: VOL40841
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If you want to serve rotisserie chicken to your customers hot and fresh, the Vollrath - 40841 - Cayenne® 15-Bird Rotisserie Oven can hold up to 15 chickens at 3 pounds each. The 40841 has a 1 1/2 hour cooking time, a circulating fan, and a full-sized removable drip pan. It is NSF-listed. Measuring at 26 1/3 inches high, 37 inches wide, and 21 3/4 inches deep, the Vollrath Cayenne® 15-Bird Rotisserie Oven (40841) has front and rear glass and a stainless steel construction.

Cayenne® 15-Bird Rotisserie Oven Features

  • Chicken rotisserie oven
  • Cook and merchandise all in one unit
  • Stainless steel construction plus glass front and rear
  • Will hold (15) 3 lb chickens
  • Circulation fan distributes consistent heat throughout chamber for even cooking and browning
  • Removable full size drip tray and chrome plated wire baskets
  • Thermostatically controlled
  • Estimated cooking time is 1 1/2 hours at 350°F
  • Chamber dimensions are: 26 7/16”W x 21 7/16”D x 19 9/16”H
  • Includes cord and plug (NEMA 6-30P)
  • 1 year warranty
  • ETL listed
  • NSF certified
  • Watts: 5000
  • Width: 37”
  • Amps: 22
  • Depth: 21 5/8”
  • Volts: 230
  • Height: 26 1/8”
  • Capacity: 15 Bird Capacity
  • Placement: Countertop Model
  • Power: Electric
  • Width: 37 in

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  • Q:

    Does the food self-baste like in a regular spit-type rotisserie?
    Asked on 1/28/2014 by Anonymous

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    • A:

      The Vollrath 40841 Cayenne® 15-Bird Rotisserie Oven is not a self basting unit.

      Answered on 3/21/2014 by Mario
  • Q:

    Can I put onions / food under the birds to cook?
    Asked on 10/11/2012 by Wuppdaddy from vail

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    • A:

      No, because you'd cross contaminate them. you can't cook chicken in the same space as other food because the bacteria from the chicken will get onto the veggies. You don't want the chicken juice dripping down onto the other stuff.

      Answered on 10/12/2012 by Anonymous
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