#4537 COMMERCIAL Argentine Grill with Trompo Grill
What is a Trompo? In Mexican cooking, trompo refers to the slow roasting of marinated meat on a vertical spit, similar to Middle Eastern shawarma. Shaved meat from the trompo is served in tacos and other Mexican dishes. A blend of Mexican spices, such as dried chilies, pineapple, and garlic, was added to Lebanese shawarma recipes by immigrant Lebanese to make Mexican shawarma. The famous street food tacos al pastor are prepared using the trompo roasting method, and are a favorite in Mexico and around the world. Trompo refers to the shape of the rotating spit and means spinning top. A popular cooking method of traditional Mexican cuisine, trompo cooking is a hallmark of traditional Mexican cuisine.
An Argentine grill is a type of barbecue grill widely used in Argentina and other South American countries. It is known for its ability to cook meat to perfection, producing tender, juicy meat with a crispy, flavorful crust. Argentine grills are typically made of heavy-gauge steel and feature a large cooking surface and adjustable grates that can be raised or lowered, allowing you to control the heat and distance between the meat and the flames.
Split BBQ Grill: Trompo Grill on one side an an Argentine Grill with a warming rack & a front facing wheel on the other side.
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