Coleslaw Chopper, Potato Masher
The bag of coleslaw at Woolworths containing mostly cabbage and red onion are finely cut-processed in Kambrook's plastic bowl at low speed about 3.5 at 2-second intervals using turbo button, while lifting the bowl and holding it in one hand and holding the stick mixer in the other hand, so that you can shake and properly process all the contents. Mince beef really sticks out and absorbs all the flavor without too much salt and sugar when I add 250g of Dolmio Pasta Sauce with 500g of mince beef, just when the cabbage coleslaw is finely processed...and looking totally invisible as it blends into the saucy mince beef when added in the fry pan. Although the Kambrook set has a stainless steel blender and masher for mashed potatoes, the most common out of the 3 mixer types is the food processor, especially hard-to-digest vegetables like cabbage and red onion as coleslaw is my favorite vegetable salad mix that goes quite well with mince beef, and also avoiding stomach cramp-like aches if vegetables are finely processed. Kitchen sink hole must be plugged if you drop the white screw while detaching the blade from the masher, you wouldnt want to buy another set unless you are rich enough to do so. The masher for mashing potatoes is quick and easy as I usually pressure-cook them in 8 minutes, once cooked then mash them while hot and moist. New white model: KSB100WHT bought in July 2016.
Questions & Answers
Can it dice tomatoes or is it too powerful and will turn them to mush?
Can you add liquids without taking the lid off?
Hi Naomi, yes you can, the processing bowl lid has a food chute with food pusher that can be removed to add liquids to the bowl without removing the lid. Thanks, the Kambrook team.
I have just recently bought a KSB 100 it takes forever to whip cream and virtually stalls when blending a batter mixture. Is this normal or is there problem with the particular stick blender that I have?
Hi Wendy, please contact the Kambrook customer care team on 1300 139 798 during business hours or e-mail email@example.com.
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