Warming Drawer Temperature Chart
Different foods require different settings to maintain the ideal serving temperature. Use the following chart as a guide.
- You can set the drawer temperature anywhere between Lo and Hi. For best results, meats, seafood, and poultry should be set to medium or higher.
- Cover food, if desired, to maintain heat and moisture.
- When keeping several different types of food hot, set the drawer to the food requiring the highest temperature setting.
- Place item(s) requiring the highest temperature on the bottom of the drawer and those items requiring the lowest temperature on the rack.
|Bacon||Med to Hi - DRY||Ham||Med Hi - MOIST|
|Beef, medium and well-done||Med to Hi - MOIST||Hors d’oeuvres (crisp)||Hi - DRY|
|Bread, hard rolls||Med - DRY||Lamb||Med to Hi - MOIST|
|Bread, soft rolls||Med - MOIST||Pancakes, waffles||Hi - DRY|
Casseroles - with a crisp top
Med - DRY
Med - MOIST
|Pies, single crust||Med - DRY|
|Gravy, Cream Sauces||Hi - MOIST||Pies, double crust||Med to Lo - DRY|
|Coffee cake||Med - MOIST||Pizza||Hi - DRY|
|Cooked cereal||Med to Hi - MOIST||Pork||Med to Hi - MOIST|
|Eggs||Hi - MOIST||Potatoes, baked||Med - DRY|
|Fish, Seafood (no breading)||Hi - MOIST||Potatoes, mashed||Med to Hi - MOIST|
|Fish, Seafood (breaded)||Hi - DRY||Poultry||Hi - DRY|
|Fried foods||Hi - DRY||Vegetables||Med to Hi - MOIST|
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