Hey folks, bigres here to the same class with my usual blender with the Magic Bullet at the request of a few friends of mine. My Hamilton Beach Blender comes equipped with lots of volume and power and.
We Tried It: Magic Bullet's NutriBullet Blender
The Palatable: The famous NutriBullet Pro 900 Series blender pulverizes coffee beans into a velvety grind in 16 seconds flat and earns top scores for swirling soup ingredients into a creamy puree. But where this consequence truly shines is in its ease of use.
Kidding, the title says it all. I've got the day off work. I really should have a shower. All things no one probably cares about. Hope it is treating you all well. So it isn't a secret that I love to cook and I Sweet to bake, something passed along to me by my mom. For Christmas, Ian and I received a KitchenAid Mixer. like the professional strength one. Apparently I can make like 8 pounds of mashed potatoes at one interval in this thing. We also received the attachments to make. So basically from the moment we put it on the counter, I haven't wanted to leave the kitchen. I mean, I have cause I have to go to work and do things but if I had my way. I would just arrest in there all day, every day. Editor's note: That's a lie cause when the oven and the stove are on at the same time, it is approximately as hot as the sun in our kitchen. So I would have to leave every once in a while. I think the first thing I baked in there were my venerable cookies. Am I allowed to call them famous. A while back, my hand mixer broke so I spent my whole Christmas baking season, and then some, mixing my baking by man. I could say it was a humbling experience, but really, it just sucked. tried to fix it and made it 10000x WORSE) So finally baking a batch of those bad boys with a mixer - **THE HEAVENS HAVE OPENED** is putting it mildly. Now I'm gonna talk about how Unabashed it is to make your own spaghetti. I have been making my own sauce for as long as I can remember, and the first time I was a part of making my own pasta was in Fernie last year at Cathe's. We made ravioli and I mental activity that was pretty bomb. The spaghetti I made, tasted exactly like store bought. I mean, I would almost hope so. there's like three ingredients. But the group made soooo much so it was cool cause I dried it and just stored it in the freezer. I'm on the hunt for some cool dough recipes - my brother mentioned bean pasta so I'm active to see if I can find a dough for that and I definitely want to try spinach fettucine. This was the Christmas of the kitchen. I also was lucky enough to receive a blender. Naturally, we broke it in with a seven person brunch (mixer helped with cinnamon buns. ) and varied, many margaritas. It's pretty amazing how much of a difference a good blender can make when you are used to a Magic Bullet (that is seven years old). I've got a few recipes I want to try out that I am excited about now that I have a good blender - added I can make a heck of a lot more roasted red pepper pasta sauce. And don't even get me started on how much better my smoothies are now. The other day I found this smoothie recipe: http://whitneyport. com/2015/01/regain-post-workout-with-a-banana-nut-shake/ SOOOO tasty. The most amazing thing, I think, is that back in our grandparent's day - none of these tools existed. Or is this just me, generate my granny is 101 so she literally wouldn't have had this stuff but I guess some of you probably have really young grandparents in their 70s who very well could have. We will just pretend all our grandparents were making caboodle literally by hand. They all must have had just one jacked arm. That was probably the worst part of doing everything by hand - my arms just got so tired. Seriously though, think about all of the food you eat that needs to be ready, and what electronic tools you might have to make the job easier. Judging by the number of times I put the dough through the flattening thingy before putting it through the spaghetti, I would not have been one of those nonna's making untried pasta by hand. Plus kneading dough by hand vs with the dough hook on the mixer is 10000000000x more work. Does this make me lazy. No, it just means I have a million things to do every day and this mixer means I have measure to do them. Or bake and cook more things in the same day. Got some old bananas and I haven't made a batch of muffins in this mixer yet - I think it is going to be a huuuge game changer, induce I've been having some texture issues since mixing muffin batter by hand. Plus my dad is coming through Winnipeg on Monday and I should send him home with a lot of my (can I call them famous yet. I guess my next goal in life is for me to get my ass in gear and start selling those bad boys. Even though it is sort of redundant that I want to sell them to people but also affect people participate in physical activity. Koodos to all our ancestors who baked and cooked without machines. but I am super glad I don't have.
Magic Bullet Smoothie (banana, mixed berries, orange juice)
Magic Wander Bread Machine Pizza Dough Recipe (water, bread flour, egg whites, sugar, vegetable oil, salt, yeast)
Magic Prime Rib Technique (beef)
Blender Hollandaise Impertinence (butter, dijon mustard, egg yolks, lemon juice, hot sauce)
Magic Bullet | Blender vs. Blender
My friends have been balderdash about the Magic Bullet for a while now. After months of said blabbing, I just had to see what all the fuss was about.
Magic Bullet VS Ninja | Blender vs. Blender
Power The Ninja Ultima boasts a motor with the same specs as the Vitamix, 1500 Watts/2.5 nib horsepower. The Magic Bullet, in comparison, comes up comically short.
Hamilton Careen Blender vs. The Magic Bullet
Hey folks, bigres here to correspond my usual blender with the Magic Bullet at the request of a few friends of mine! My Hamilton Beach Blender comes equipped ...
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