Model # 53386

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BonJour Chef's Torch


Chef's Torch

  • Ideal for caramelizing sugar or melting cheese
  • Features a safety lock and removable stand
  • Easy to fill with butane
$2409 /each

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Product Overview

BonJour’s Chef’s Torch allows you to make restaurant quality desserts at home. Not only is the Chef’s Torch an essential tool for preparing the classic Creme Brulee, but it also has a variety of other great uses in the home kitchen including browning meringue and melting cheese on onion soup gratinee.

  • Die cast aluminum body features a fuel level indicator window so you know when it’s time to refill
  • Die cast aluminum body
  • Butane not included
  • Perfect for making creme brulee melting cheese for onion soup gratinee, finishing meringue, caramelizing sugar and much more




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Chef's Torch with Fuel Gauge is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 5.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Chef's Torch My husband got this Chef's Torch for me and my first thought was what the heck? But now I use it about every day. I love to cook so it is great for roasting red peppers, even tomatoes. I made a pie with meringue just so I could use the torch to brown the top lol! It has really made me branch out and make dishes I had only had in fine restaurants. It is great to caramelize sugar and melt cheese on top of onion soup. One great thing is that it does have a fuel level indicator so you won't run out of fuel in the middle of a dish. I really love this Chef's Torch and if you love to cook I would suggest getting one.
Date published: 2017-05-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A great product for any chef or hoe cook. I received the product, well packaged and in perfect condition. After reading the instructions and warnings, I inverted the product and filled it with a product recommended by the manufacturer. I set the flame adjustment slide on the side of the torch to mid range, pushed the safety lock down then pressed the ignition button and the unit flamed as advertised. I adjusted the flame to the desired amount and then released the button. The product is well manufactured with safety in mind and the Creme Brulee recipe included is delicious. I would recommend this product.
Date published: 2017-05-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Chef's Torch I love cooking, and have wanted a chef's torch for a while, and after I've used it, I can think of a lot of things I will be using it for. So far, I've used it on meringue, and toasting coconut, which was a big success, and I didn't burn the meringue as I usually forget it under the broiler. From now on, I will be using the torch, instead of relying on the oven broiler with better, even, controlled results, and I am sure it will be a tool I will use quite often for browning, toasting and carmelizing instead of it being a specialty tool as time goes on. The instructions are easy to follow for filling and igniting and using, it comes with a removable base, which is handy. If you love to cook, I think that you will find a lot of ways to use it for your meal preparations. I wish I had got one of these years ago!
Date published: 2017-05-09
Rated 3 out of 5 by from A good starter torch A good starter torch. Not too fancy, basic enough to learn on. Of course it doesn't come with butane fuel. I haven't used it too much yet, but it works and I'm learning. I use it to cheat sometimes with crisping up chicken skin! I have yet to make a creme brule, but we shall see. So far I've only used it on savory dishes and basically just to test this new torch out. So far no complaints.
Date published: 2017-05-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from High Quality Torch Granted, I haven't used this chef's torch a great deal yet, but so far it's great. Very versatile and easy to use. It has a lot of power. So much in fact, that I had to put it on almost the lowest setting to get a small enough flame to prevent literally torching the food beyond edibility. Please note that it does not come with the required butane fuel so you'll need to buy a can before it can be used. If there is one thing that I don't particularly care for it's the way you fill it up with fuel. Although it has a little window to show the fuel level, you have to turn it up-side-down to fill it, which means you basically have to squirt a little bit of fuel, then turn it right-side-up to check the level, then repeat until it reaches the full line on the window. Other than that, it's a really nice, high quality chef's torch. Once filled with fuel, it lights right up with just a single push of the button!!
Date published: 2017-05-05
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