Aside from the satisfaction of a job well done, making your own baked goods from scratch tastes better, is better for you, and it generally costs much less than buying products from the store. KitchenAid appliances make home baking a breeze. Learn more about KitchenAid HK below.

What is the most powerful KitchenAid mixer? | Do KitchenAid mixers need oil? | Is KitchenAid an American company? | Can a KitchenAid mixer go in the dishwasher?

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KitchenAid Hong Kong- The Start of Something Revolutionary

KitchenAid is an American home appliance brand that was started in 1919. The brand, formerly under The Hobart Corporations, produced the first stand mixers many households enjoy today. The idea was stemmed by Herbert Johnson, an engineer who worked at Hobart Corporations. He saw an opportunity in creating the mixer when he saw a baker mixing dough, thinking that there must be a better way to do so. Production started in 1914 and was sold to professional bakers, also becoming standard equipment in U.S. Navy ships.

The Legendary KitchenAid Stand Mixer

Undeniably their most popular product line, the KitchenAid stand mixers provide budding bakers and cooks with a great tool to assist them in creating magic in the kitchen. Forget about not having enough helping hands in the kitchen because these useful helpers will always be there whenever you need them. Versatility at its best, KitchenAid’s stand mixers come with 10 speeds so you can always get the right consistency. This award-winning product also offers a wide range of attachments for specific uses and comes in 25 different colours to match your kitchen and style. Definitely a keeper, a KitchenAid stand mixer is your best friend in the kitchen.

Uses of a KitchenAid Stand Mixer

  • Whip egg whites or cream
  • Make cookie dough
  • Make healthy homemade pasta
  • Mash potato
  • Shred meat
  • Slice fruits and vegetables
  • Grind meat
  • Stuff sausages

Of course, there are so many more things you can do with the KitchenAid stand mixer but you get the picture, it really is a god sent in the kitchen.

Frequently Asked Questions about KitchenAid 香港

What is the most powerful KitchenAid mixer?

  1. KitchenAid KSM150 Artisan Mixer: Designed for the serious home baker. It comes with a 5-quart stainless steel bowl that can mix dough for up to four loaves of bread or nine dozen cookies in one batch. Also included are a six-wire whisk attachment, coated flat beater, one-piece pouring shield, and coated dough hook. There are 38 colours for this appliance available, so you are sure to find an option that matches the decor of your kitchen.
  2. KitchenAid Professional 5 Plus: Has a ten-speed motor with a slow-start function and overload protection. The mixer comes with a 5-quart stainless steel mixing bowl featuring an ergonomic handle. Also, the hinged hub cover flips up to make it easier to install attachments, including the spiral dough hook, wire whip, and flat beater that it comes with.

Do KitchenAid mixers need oil?

The mixer is packed with solid grease that is meant to last a lifetime of the mixer. The grease is distributed around the gears as the machine is used, lubricating all those fast-moving parts when using the mixer. A KitchenAid Mixer requires a food-grade grease that can perform the same technical function as other machine lubricants but also has the benefit of being safe to consume, non-toxic and physiologically inert.

Is KitchenAid an American company?

KitchenAid is an American home appliance brand owned by Whirlpool Corporation. The company was started in 1919 by The Hobart Manufacturing Company to produce stand mixers.

Can a KitchenAid mixer go in the dishwasher?

The KitchenAid hand mixer accessories are dishwasher-safe. For the hand mixers, it is recommended that you wash the stainless steel bowl and the wire whisk by hand using soap and water.

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