What is a blender for: submersible, stationary


Today, a wide vari­ety of tech­nol­o­gy is pro­duced. But some devices are still puz­zling. For exam­ple, what is a blender for? It is believed that this is an attribute for young moth­ers or cock­tail lovers. But it is not so.

What can a blender do

When answer­ing the ques­tion of whether a blender is need­ed in the kitchen, a food proces­sor comes to mind. There­fore, many house­wives decide that since they have it, the blender is no longer need­ed. But although the func­tions of both devices are sim­i­lar, there are enough dif­fer­ences.

Blender for the kitchen

  1. The blender com­bines the func­tions of not only a food proces­sor, but also a mix­er, as well as a man­u­al “crush­er” for mashed pota­toes;
  2. It has a com­pact size, so it is more mobile;
  3. Quick­ly assem­bled;
  4. Due to the knives does not require a large num­ber of noz­zles;
  5. Han­dles quick­ly even if there is a lot of work.

There­fore, giv­en its size and device, such a tech­nique can:

  • chop veg­eta­bles, fruits, meat both boiled and fresh;
  • turn a vari­ety of foods into puree;
  • crush ice and grind nuts, cof­fee beans, etc.;
  • mix ingre­di­ents for sauces, may­on­nais­es, dress­ings, cock­tails.

To puree hard fresh veg­eta­bles and fruits (car­rots, apples, etc.), you first need to cut them into pieces and add a lit­tle water. This will make it eas­i­er for the blender to puree these foods. Also, such prepa­ra­tion will save him from burnout.

What are blenders

There are only two types of this tech­nique:

  • sub­mersible or man­u­al;
  • sta­tion­ary.

Submersible Models

They are a han­dle into which var­i­ous noz­zles are insert­ed. One of the pop­u­lar options is a chop­per with knives, which per­fect­ly answer the ques­tion of what a blender is for on the kitchen table. This appli­ance can pre­pare puree, sauce, chop fruits and veg­eta­bles, and its inter­change­able noz­zle is a whisk, which allows you to real­ize the func­tion of a mix­er and pre­pare a fluffy omelet or pan­cake dough.

If you plan to cook a lot of dif­fer­ent purees and cream soups, choose a mod­el that has a met­al noz­zle with knives. This will allow you not to wor­ry about the tem­per­a­ture of the processed prod­uct and the reac­tion of the blender to it.

Often the set comes with a mea­sur­ing cup, in which the prod­ucts are fold­ed and crushed with a noz­zle with knives. If the set includes a sep­a­rate bowl with a sealed lid and more pow­er­ful knives, then you can suc­cess­ful­ly cut and grind meat, nuts, spices, fruits, veg­eta­bles, and also chop ice. In order for the screw to start turn­ing the knives, it is enough to insert a han­dle with a motor into the bowl lid.

Immersion blender models

Stationary Models

The sec­ond type of blenders is sta­tion­ary. It is a jug on a stand with a motor. Per­fect­ly copes with bring­ing puree soups to the desired con­sis­ten­cy, chop­ping a vari­ety of prod­ucts, crush­ing ice, mash­ing, mix­ing sauces, cock­tails. If pow­er allows, it will also cope with beat­ing eggs and dough.

There­fore, the answer to the ques­tion of why a sta­tion­ary option is need­ed is con­ve­nience, because such a blender does not need to be kept on weight and, despite the time of work, hands will not get tired with it. The func­tions of sta­tion­ary mod­els are the same as those of sub­mersible mod­els, so we will not dwell on them.

Stationary blender models

Good to know:

Why a blender?

  1. It is with its help that you can quick­ly pre­pare mashed veg­eta­bles and fruits, which is why young moth­ers like this device so much;
  2. Han­dles both small and large por­tions equal­ly well;
  3. Pricks as much ice as you need, and also crush­es a por­tion of nuts for a cake or pate;
  4. Mix­es a pow­der ener­gy or pro­tein shake with addi­tives in a minute;
  5. He will grind the ingre­di­ents of hot soup to a puree state and it can be served imme­di­ate­ly on the table;
  6. Whip ingre­di­ents for sauce or sal­ad dress­ing for din­ner;
  7. Pre­pare alco­holic or non-alco­holic cock­tails for the par­ty;
  8. Grind the meat to a state of minced meat, and then mix togeth­er the remain­ing ingre­di­ents for the cut­lets;
  9. Eas­i­ly cope with chop­ping greens and frozen berries, whip up a healthy smooth­ie or a deli­cious milk­shake;
  10. Pre­pare sweet or savory pie fill­ing, make curd paste with a vari­ety of fill­ings, and grate choco­late or bread­crumbs.

And this is not a com­plete list of what he can do. More­over, the blender is very easy to care for — the bowl with a knife is eas­i­ly and quick­ly washed, as well as a mea­sur­ing cup and noz­zles. Do not wash only the han­dle or stand with the motor. They can only be wiped with wet wipes.

Video clip about blender

The sto­ry tells about what the device is for, how to choose it and how to use it cor­rect­ly. It per­fect­ly answers the ques­tion of why you need a blender at the time of cook­ing.

Despite the small num­ber of attach­ments and seem­ing­ly lit­tle func­tion­al­i­ty, a blender for dai­ly cook­ing becomes sim­ply indis­pens­able. It makes every­thing much eas­i­er and faster.





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