Kitchenware Hand Blender For Soups


Mueller Ultra-Stick 500 Watt 9-Speed Powerful Immersion Multi-Purpose Hand Blender Heavy Duty Pure Copper Motor Brushed Stainless Steel Finish Includes Whisk Attachment

by Mueller Austria
List price: $44.99 Price: $39.97 Buy Now

  • ❤ EXCEPTIONAL QUALITY - The full copper motor withstands continuous use and will last 3X longer than competitor's motors.
  • ❤ VERSATILITY - The removable blending arm with fixed blade locks into the motor body for easy operation. The stainless steel S-shaped fixed blade quickly blends ingredients for smoothies, milk shakes, soups or baby food and the quality Whisk attachment is a perfect addition.
  • ❤ INCLUDED ITEMS - Hand Blender, Whisk & Manual.

Product description

Designed and engineered to outlast and outperform the competition. Comfortable and easy to use, makes all your mixing/blending tasks easier than ever! The Mueller Ultra-Stick 9-Speed Hand Blender is one countertop appliance with limitless options and versatility. The blending arm reaches perfectly into deeper pots. Let's you blend, puree, and crush with ease. 9 speeds provide control for food, such as, smoothies, soups, or baby food. The blending arm and Whisk twist off for quick and easy cleanup.

KitchenAid KHB2351CU 3-Speed Hand Blender - Contour Silver

by KitchenAid
List price: $79.99 Price: $41.33 Buy Now

  • The 3-Cup BPA-Free Blending Jar with Lid to serve or store for later, top-rack dishwasher safe, 5 feet Power Cord included
  • The Whisk Attachment can be used to quickly whip egg whites to fluffy peaks and cream or emulsify vinaigrettes and mayonnaise
  • The soft grip handle offers a non-slip and comfortable grip when continuously blending ingredients.

Product description

The 3-Speed Hand Blender let's you blend, crush, chop, puree and whisk. Simply choose the appropriate speed for your ingredients. The chopper attachment is great for processing harder cheeses, nuts and creating graham cracker crusts. The included whisk attachment whips creams and egg whites to fluffy peaks. Refer page 15 in the user manual for troubleshooting steps.

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Recipe for tomato, carrot, and yellow pepper soup 08/04/15, via Boston Globe

Have on hand 2 rimmed baking sheets. 2. On one baking sheet, spread the cherry and plum tomatoes, cut sides up. Sprinkle with In a blender, puree the soup in batches. Return to the pot and heat until boiling. Taste for seasoning and add more salt

Cooking 101: tips and recipes for a college student who's a novice in the kitchen 08/05/15, via

Cohen's favorite tool is an immersion hand blender, which can take the place of a blender and food processor. "You can make protein shakes in the morning, then salad dressing or Certain recipes call for a small amount of one ingredient, but there

How to Blend Hot Soup with an Immersion Blender.wmv

natural-juicing-remedies. com/immersion-blender. html Immersion blenders are very useful small kitchen appliances, upgraded versions of hand held.


Cooking Soups For Dummies

Cooking Soups For Dummies

Published by John Wiley & Sons 2011

ISBN 9781118069905,1118069900
264 pages

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Sorry for the hiatus, I was on a little mini-vacation helping my best friend move back home from Kentucky. In what feels like a life time ago, when my children were still babies and I was still married, I was a stay-at-home Mom. I became quite domesticated for a time and part of this meant that I had to have every funky gadget and toy for the kitchen imaginable. We had a waffle maker, a blender, a food dehydrator, a vacuum sealer, cappuccino makers, ice tea pot brewer, a juicer, a mixer, a panini maker, a pan to make omelettes, a pan to make pancakes, a tortilla warmer, an electric frying pan, a deep... In short, we had a bunch of crap that mostly went unused after two or three times of trying them. Unused, because it was either a pain in the ass to clean, or it didn't work as well as it did in the commercials, or because it was more cumbersome and time-consuming (the very things these gadgets were supposed to prevent, consuming time) than... Sometimes the simple ways are also the easier ways. I also am not big on clutter and I tend to move a lot, so being bogged down with a bunch of gadgets and machinery didn't quite fit my gypsy lifestyle. As any trip to the Good Will will prove-many trendy gadgets crowd the shelves like the Forgotten Toys of the North Pole. But I have found that a few items are absolutely indispensable to me and this life style of eating, and I'd like to share with you what they are. What triggered all of this for me was moving my best friend back. He openly shared that during a deep bout of depression accompanied by insomnia, he'd be sucked into late night t. v. informercials for magical and amazing kitchen products and subsequently, would whip out his credit card and buy them. Since he was now going to be living with some friends until he finds his own place, most of these gadgets were headed to his storage until I asked him if I could try a few to see if I wanted them or not, or if they make my life any easier. First up-a veggie dicer/slicer. I watched a few commercial on the YouTube for this thing and it seemed to be pretty cool. In theory it is. But like everything else you see on TV or a menu picture-then there's real life. I managed to get the onion chopped as you can see-but I had to experiment with onion pieces and that meant I still had to chop. Unlike the commercial where you put an actual half of an onion on the grill/grate/chopper metal thingy-yeah that didn't do a damn thing when you pushed down on it. So it really does require slicing and dicing. I would say that this thing is then worth it when you want these uniform perfect diced pieces, perhaps for a Pico De Gallo when you are entertaining. As for me doing this each time I want a diced onion-I don't know. I am going to take the onion I did dice in this picture and just freeze it. This way, when I am really super lazy or tired, I can just pull this out of the freezer. So it's my back-up for those times. This would also work for freezing onions ahead for soups. There is a measuring cup attached which I found totally worthless, especially as most recipes will say 'one small onion' or 'one medium onion' and not so much cups of onion but whatever. I still need to try some different veggies on it such as green peppers and carrots-I think maybe with some of the softer veggies it might be easier to use, and it also comes with a slicer which I will try with a cucumber. For me though, its just as fast and actually easier with a really good knife to just chop myself by hand. If you have excellent knives, cutting veggies is not that big of a deal. I'm thinking that using celery with this would be a pain in the ass, but again if you want decent aesthetics for your chopped stuff (dare I say chopped eggs for egg salad non-vegans) then this is the best thing- otherwise, I would not buy this. Takes up room in the kitchen when you really don't need this-unless you entertain a lot, really hate chopping stuff and/or take much better pictures of your food for your blog than I do and have them look more 'professional. Food Steamers. I have used the metal steamer pan insert to steam my veggies for years. It's easy enough to use-just put a bit of water in the bottom of a sauce pan, add the steamer, add the veggies then put a lid on the pan and steam til done. Not only healthier but keeps the veggies 'al dente' (and makes broccoli a gorgeous color green.

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Braun Multiquick 1 Hand Blender MQ100 Soup - White/ Green (Not for US Market / 200V-240V)


The MultiQuick 1 Hand blender MQ 100 Soup has a simple speed activation for easy blending with simply one touch.


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Braun MultiQuick 5 Vario Hand Blender MQ5000WH Soup - White (Not for US Market / 200V-240V)


The MultiQuick 5 Vario Hand blender MQ 5000 Soup WH has a variable one-hand speed wheel for maximum precision for performance control - simply adjust the speed wheel with your thumb.


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Gizzi Erskine's 3 Healthy And Tasty Dinner Recipes - 08/05/15, via LOOK

Remove from the heat and stir in the buttermilk and soured cream. Using either a blender or immersion blender, blitz the soup for about a minute, or until it’s completely smooth: it should be the thickness of single cream. You can strain the soup at this ...

Recipe for tomato, carrot, and yellow pepper soup - 08/05/15, via The Boston Globe

Have on hand 2 rimmed baking sheets ... Bring to a boil, lower the heat, and simmer for 5 minutes. 5. In a blender, puree the soup in batches. Return to the pot and heat until boiling. Taste for seasoning and add more salt and pepper, if you like.

Wait till you try the Sweet Potato Lobster Bisque from Jeffrey’s in Milford - 08/04/15, via New Haven Register

Slowly add roux to the soup to thicken it, constantly whisking until dissolved. Add enough roux until desired thickness. Add Tabasco and Worcestershire sauces. Puree with blender or immersion blender. Strain soup again, and if you like, serve each portion ...


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Keng Bouad Mak Fak Kham (coconut pumpkin soup)
Keng Bouad Mak Fak Kham (coconut pumpkin soup)
Serves 8-10 as a side dish 6 to 8 medium shallots unpeeled 3 pounds pumpkin or butternut squash 1 cup canned coconut milk 3 cups vegetable or chicken stock 1 teaspoon salt 1/4 cup fish sauce Generous grindings of black pepper 1/3 cup minced scallions In a cast iron skillet, or over a grill, dry-roast or grill shallots, turning occasionally until blackened and softened. Remove blackened skin from shallots and set aside. Cut pumpkin in half and clean out seeds. Place in baking pan cut side down and add 1/2 inch of water. Cover with foil and place in 350 degree oven for 45 min to 1 hour or soft to touch. Alternatively peel and seed pumpkin and cut into 1/2 cubes. In a large pot, add first four ingredients and bring to a boil. Turn down to medium heat and add salt. Let simmer for 10 minutes. Add fish sauce and cook for 2 or 3 more minutes. Puree soup in a blender or use a hand-held blender. If soup is too thick, add more liquid. Taste and adjust seasoning. If you cubed...
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Market Day Soup from Scratch
Market Day Soup from Scratch
This here's a 2 hour soup, not a huge amount of effort, but regardless, I find making soup a very relaxing pastime. All the ingredients, except for the chorizo, were under $15 total. Makes about 8 servings. Ingredients: 3lb potatoes 1lb leeks 1lb carrots 2 garlic cloves (fresh, still juicy) 3 shallots 4 green onion stalks 2 fresh market chorizo sausages olive oil salt, pepper water. Make: Dice up all garlic, shallots, leeks (rinse the leeks well too). Heat up a soup pot with a healthy amount of olive oil in the bottom. Add all the diced ingredients, fry and carmelize / soften them a bit. Add 2lb of potatoes (washed, cut into quarters) with enough water to cover the potatoes in your pot. Let come to boil, then simmer/boil for 15 minutes. Meantime, take remaining 1lb of potato, and carrots and dice them up into 1/2" cubes or smaller. Steam the carrots for 8min to soften, boil the small cubes of potatos until slightly soft to a fork poke. After 15, 20 minutes boiling, take...
Photo by M Prince Photography on Flickr
A Pot of Umami
A Pot of Umami
A delicious, filling soup that I made for lunch - shot taken at the end of the simmer, before pureeing with a hand blender. From an Oliver & Bonacini offering that they have at their establishments. No butter, oil, or cream is used in their recipe, but the flavour is all there! Its called "Wild & Tame" because they utilize several different types of wild and "regular" mushrooms in the dish. Recipe here:
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Why I Like My Stand Blender More Than the Hand Blender for Soups
Why I Like My Stand Blender More Than the Hand Blender for Soups
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