KitchenAid KHB2351CU 3-Speed Hand Blender – Contour Silver

December 11, 2017 - Comment

The 3-Speed Hand Blender let’s you blend, crush, chop, puree and whisk. Simply choose the appropriate speed for your ingredients. The chopper attachment is great for processing harder cheeses, nuts and creating graham cracker crusts. The included whisk attachment whips creams and egg whites to fluffy peaks. Refer page 15 in the user manual for

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The 3-Speed Hand Blender let’s you blend, crush, chop, puree and whisk. Simply choose the appropriate speed for your ingredients. The chopper attachment is great for processing harder cheeses, nuts and creating graham cracker crusts. The included whisk attachment whips creams and egg whites to fluffy peaks. Refer page 15 in the user manual for troubleshooting steps.

Product Features

  • The Removable 8″ Blending Arm with Fixed Blade locks into the motor body for easy operation. The stainless steel S-shaped fixed blade quickly blends ingredients for smoothies, milk shakes, soups or baby food.
  • The soft grip handle offers a non-slip and comfortable grip when continuously blending ingredients.
  • The Whisk Attachment can be used to quickly whip egg whites to fluffy peaks and cream or emulsify vinaigrettes and mayonnaise. Top-rack dishwasher safe.
  • 2 1/2-Cup BPA-Free Chopper Attachment with lid locks is ideal for chopping herbs, nuts, cheese, cooked meat and more right in the convenient chopper bowl.
  • The 3-Cup BPA-Free Blending Jar with Lid is convenient for individual blending jobs, to serve or store for later. Top-rack dishwasher safe.

Comments

Grace K says:

Compared to Cuisinart 2-Speed Hand Blender I love this hand blender! I have used both this and the similar Cuisinart blender, so I will compare the two. 

G. Kuhn says:

Not a good immersion tool to use with good quality stainless steel pans Wish I could say that we absolutely loved this set. We sure wanted to. I looks beautiful. However, the immersion blender has rather sharp metal edges to the exterior surface of the tool – the part that gets pushed down into your food. I’m not talking about the blade, itself. I’m talking about the housing that surrounds the blade. The problem with the hard, sharp edges, is that they scratched the hell out of our brand new Calphalon Tri-ply Stainless Steel pots. Previously we had an excellent…

Mary A. Miller says:

GOOD product by Kitchen Aid watch out for splatters though. EXCELLENT product by Kitchenaid. the only thing I would have asked for is a clear understanding of the bag and what all can and can’t be put in it. But so far, an excellent product. Oh and one other small oversight by Kitchen Aid on this, could you make the wand bottom aerator a tad thicker (up the wand a bit higher), so when the blade is in the liquid, it doesn’t shoot the liquid all over the kitchen.

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