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The immersion blender is a favorite tool of professionals in the culinary industry because it's so versatile. The single lightweight tool that's easy to store, handle and clean can also perform dozens of food prep jobs with the help of detachable blades. The motor spins the blades at a rate between 10,000 and 14,000 rotations per minute, which is plenty of motion to whip the frothiest of creams in seconds. A long shaft allows you to reach food and ingredients at the bottom of deep containers, so you'll never be stuck with dry, clumpy or unmixed items at the bottom of the bowl or pan. Use the immersion blender for serving quick milkshakes that are easy to clean up after or get more gourmet by adding blades for grinding, slicing or grating. A six-inch driveshaft gives you plenty of working room and power, and you won't have to worry when creative isn't sparking at dinner time. The blender comes with a recipe book to help you get started on delicious meals, appetizers and beverages. When the blender isn't in use, it stores handily on a wall mount, so it won't take up valuable real estate in kitchen drawers or cabinets.
Best Used For:
Blend beverages, batters or pudding mixtures; whip cream; beat eggs; cream butter; grind meats, vegetables or fruits to create pastes for baking or appetizers; grate cheese or slice vegetables