5 Recipes You Can't Make Without Stainless Steel Blender

5 Recipes You Can't Make Without Stainless Steel Blender

From preparing wholesome food for your toddler to preparing a tangy sauce for a snack, mixing up the ingredients can be quite a daunting task especially for those who don’t have a hand blender. The BL005 8-Speed Control Hand Blender can be your compact sized accessory to make batters, whip creams, make soups and many more. Here are the five recipes that you can consider trying out with the Redmond blender –

Mixed Fruit Puree

Just adjust the speed settings on the stainless steel hand blender followed by pressing the turbo boost button for even texture without any hard-to-swallow residue. You can try mixing tropical fruits like banana, mango, and papaya after peeling and washing them properly and remove the seeds. Slice the fruits and put them in a bowl before turning on the blender. Once blended, you can add milk or water to make it more liquid as per your kid’s choice. Other fruits like apple, kiwi, blueberry, raspberry, guava, plum, ripe peach can also be cut and blended to make purees.

Pancakes with Cream

Redmond offers the best stainless steel blender to prepare the batter for fluffy pancakes and whip fresh cream to put on the pancakes. You need to mix two tablespoons white vinegar and ¾ cup milk and let it sour for 5 minutes. Put 1 cup flour, two tablespoons sugar, half tablespoon salt, half tablespoon baking soda and one tablespoon baking powder in a bowl and add the ingredients of the bowl in the milk –now let the 500W motor of the blender mix the batter in smooth texture. Over medium heat, drop ¼ cup of batter for one pancake on a large skillet, cook for 3-4 minutes till bubbles form and edges start to dry, flip it and cook for another 2-3 minutes till browned.

Vegetable Salsa

The stainless steel blender can save your time of dicing or chopping different vegetables for your salsa sauce as the sturdy blades running in eight-speed variants can make rough chunks of the boiled vegetables. You can also chop them with a knife, peel the tomatoes, deseed them and cut them into halves before putting them inside a cooker and boil everything for an hour or so over medium heat. Let the vegetables cool for around 15 minutes and then adjust the turbo speed of the blend the tomatoes and other vegetables.  


Hollandaise Sauce

Small kitchen appliances like the hand blender can be a lifesaving option to prepare the Hollandaise sauce to be served with your breakfast Eggs Benedict or the smoked salmon fillet or even as a delicious dip for fried snacks. In the beaker, whisk 2 egg yolks, a tablespoon of salt and squeeze a few drops of lemon juice. Use the four sharp stainless steel blades to efficiently blend the mixture for merely 10 seconds so that it turns light-colored and viscous a little. Melt a scoop of butter into it and mix it till the texture is glossy and smooth.   

Blended Vegetable Soup

 You need six peeled and chopped carrots, three chopped celery sticks and a large peeled and chopped potato which is to be cooked for 5 minutes. In a large pot, add three finely chopped garlic cloves; a peeled and chopped large red onion and one tablespoon finely chopped ginger are to be cooked on high heat for five minutes with two tablespoons of extra virgin olive oil. Blend the broth with the hand blender and cover the vegetables with the broth before cooking it for around 40 minutes. Now, blend the soup again with turbo speed for 5-10 seconds if you want it without any veggie chunk or put the speed at the lowest if you want some chunks while tasting.  

When you have a lightweight and small-sized blender in the kitchen, small-sized your taste buds will be easier than never before.

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