It wasn’t so long ago that we had to crush and purée pastes, soups and the like by hand. That was before Swiss inventor Roger Perrinjaquet came up with the hand blender and registered it at the patent office in 1950. Since then, the portable kitchen appliance has made life easier for many hobby chefs.
HAND BLENDERS AS STRONG AS A SHIP PROPELLER
GOES ON FOREVER - THAT’S SWISS QUALITY
There are certain kitchen utensils that you can go without. A hand blender should not be missing from any well-equipped kitchen, however. A hand blender allows you to prepare numerous excellent dishes as if by magic. Hand blenders also have an advantage over standalone food processors: the food can be blended directly in the pan or a bowl without having to move it around. With their exceptionally powerful mixing output and multifunctional all-purpose blade, the hand blenders from Kisag are versatile, and great for blending and puréeing, for whipping cream, for making creamy soups and sauces, and for making fruit toppings and smoothies, pesto, salsa, hummus, mayonnaise and vinaigrettes. Once you’ve got used to this ingenious kitchen appliance, you’ll never want to go without it again.