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Uses of a countertop blender

With the advancement of technology, many appliances are becoming readily available in the market to help with the day to day kitchen tasks to make your work effortless and quicker. With the use of these appliances you will be spending much less time in the kitchen and you can use this spare time relaxing in your garden, watering your plants or watching your favorite show on the television. One such appliance which has made our lives easier is the countertop blender or the jug blender.Most people buy it thinking they will use it to make milkshakes and smoothies. Most people have owned a blender for years without even knowing the rest of the ways in which this machine can serve you. If you are among these people who use their blender only to make milkshakes and smoothies, be aware that you are using your machine to only one-fifth of its true capabilities. Keeping reading to find out and be surprised by the number of exciting new ways you can use your blender.

Nut milk:

Nut milk

If you are a fan of nut milk, you just need to follow a few simple steps to get yourself a deliciously healthy glass of homemade nut milk. Just soak your favorite nut (almond, walnut etc) in water overnight, blend it well with water, strain it to remove solid particles and pour it in a glass to have your delicious nut milk. You can also add flavors to your milk like vanilla.

Omelets:

Omelets:

Ever wondered how the omelets you order at a restaurant are so different and more appealing than the ones you make at home? It is just an egg after all! How can you possibly improve such a simple recipe? Well, if you have a blender, you can! Blender Buyer’s Guide & many more can helps you in choosing the best blender. To make an omelet, just add an egg, half tablespoon milk, salt and pepper to your blender and blend till the mixture becomes foamy. Add oil to your pan and heat it a little before pouring the mixture in the pan. When it’s done from one side, flip it and allow the other side to cook. Serve on a plate and there you have it! The fluffiest, restaurant-quality eggs you have ever had while sitting in your home.

Whipped cream:

Whipped cream:

Many recipes call for whipped cream to be used as toppings. If you do not have beater, the recipe will suggest using a hand whisk to whip it by hand. It takes at least 20 minutes and a lot of energy. If you are looking for ways to work out and lose body fat go ahead. If not, I say why waste time and energy? Just put cream in the blender and blend at medium speed for 15 seconds or until soft peaks form. Add powdered sugar and flavorings like vanilla essence and blend it for 15 more seconds on until the peaks hold their shape. You have your whipped cream ready!

These were just a few new ways you can try using your blender. There are many other ways you can use it too. Once you have it in your kitchen and start using it on a regular basis you will find its utility in so many of your day to day tasks that it will acquire an irreplaceable position as your kitchen assistant.