Pan Coating


Similar to enrobing, this coats food in a thin layer of chocolate or other coatings. Food is placed in a revolving drum or pan and then a coating material is gradually added and mixed until the desired layer is achieved. Pan coating can result in a thicker and more irregular coating, providing a different texture compared to the smooth and thin coating achieved through enrobing

Process type
Product Examples

Chocolate-covered nuts, candied fruits, yogurt-covered pretzels, gumballs