KITCHENAID MIXER PROFESSIONAL HD – WHY IS IT SO POPULAR?

The KitchenAid Mixer Professional HD is a staple for most kitchens because of the product’s versatility and functionality. You, too, can take advantage of the numerous features of this particular model. Why exactly is the KitchenAid Professional HD stand mixer so popular to home cooks and chefs alike?

  1. It works with a number of useful attachments.

For normal to heavy mixtures, you can use a flat beater with this KitchenAid device. For lighter mixtures, you can use the wire whip. If you want to knead and mix yeast doughs, you can attach a spiral dough hook to the KitchenAid Professional HD stand mixer. There are many more attachments available for this model, making it extremely versatile.

  1. It is faster and more thorough.

Compared to other stand mixers, the KitchenAid mixer is faster and more thorough in mixing different ingredients. The mixing time is also much more controllable with this device so you can prevent overbeating.

  1. It has an efficient bowl and beater design.

The style and material of the bowl and beater allow less scraping of mixtures from the container and tool. They are designed with a smooth surface to let the ingredients slide through the exterior for a complete mixing and kneading.

  1. It’s very easy to clean and maintain the parts.

You can put the bowl, white flat beater, and spiral dough hook in the dishwasher. Cleaning and storage is also easy with the KitchenAid Professional HD stand mixer.

  1. It has 10 speeds.

For ultimate control, there are 10 speeds to choose from with this KitchenAid model. Select the Stir mode to slowly combine and stir mixtures. You can pick Slow Mixing for mashing, kneading and faster stirring. Choose Mixing, Beating for mixing semi-heavy batters and combining sugars, shortening or eggs. The top speed, called Fast Whipping, is for whipping creams, egg whites, and mashed potatoes.

 

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