Nothing saves time or energy when baking like a good stand kitchen mixer. The kitchen mixer is a versatile and beautiful addition to your kitchen. There are choices of color, style and beauty! Kitchen mixers are durable and will make your cooking more enjoyable for years to come. Find the model and color to suit your culinary needs! There are classic, ultra power and professional series. Kitchen mixers are ideal for preparing most cakes, pie fillings, pastries, chewy cookies and light and fluffy meringues. Mix recipe ingredients evenly and thoroughly with variable hand kitchen mixers. Stand kitchen mixers allow you to prepare larger recipes more quickly. You can even make bread dough with stand kitchen mixers.
A pizza party is great fun for children or for the grown-ups get together for an informal soiree. Prepare the pizza dough in advance and keep it chilled in the fridge until everyone has arrived. Bread mixes or even ready-made pizza bases are also available if time is short. Once your guests have arrived, one volunteer can take charge of theatrically rolling and shaping the dough and then each person can add the tomato sauce and cover with their favorite toppings. How are you going to cook pizza without kitchen mixers?
Imagine you are cooking some meals from Russian cuisine, for example Kulich or Paskha. There are many ingredients and again how would you manage without kitchen mixers? A thin pancake or blin, which is often served in connection with a religious rite or festival in several cultures, can be made without kitchen mixers, but it will take much time. Blinis had a ritual significance for early Slavic peoples in pre-Christian times since they were a symbol of the sun, due to their round form. They were traditionally prepared at the end of the winter to honor the rebirth of the new sun, Pancake week, in Russian called Maslenitza. This tradition was adopted by the Orthodox Church and is carried on to the present day. Blinis were once also served at wakes, to commemorate the recently deceased. Blinis came into English in the form of "blintz".
While not associated with any specific religious rite in Judaism, blintzes that are stuffed with a cheese filling and then fried in oil are served on holidays such as Hanukkah (oil figures in the Hanukkah miracle story) and Shavuot (when dairy dishes are traditionally served). Surely, frozen pre-packaged blintzes may be fried and in this case, kitchen mixers are not required, it is the easiest way to «cook», but it is not as tasty as blintzes made at home.
Even the silliest but unique dinner show in Orlando, Florida, offers wide variety of meals such as tossed garden-fresh salad, portions of roasted chicken in a lemon pepper sauce, cuts of tender beef, yellow rice saut?ed in a chicken broth with mixed vegetables or apple cobbler for dessert made easily with the help of the kitchen mixers.
Really, you can make your home warm, comfortable and welcoming with the help of the kitchen mixers. You may save time on the preparation of for example your favorite apple recipes such as apple pies, sauce, tarts, cobbles and apple crisps.