Meta Description – A coffee mixer is a very useful kitchen gadget that helps you blend a single cup of coffee to get that lovely froth you like. Here is everything you need to know about a coffee mixer.
A coffee mixer is the name given to the same device which whirls at a very fast speed to give you a delightfully frothy and creamy consistency in coffees and beaten eggs. These are affordable kitchen gadgets which make your daily baking and cooking tasks quite easy. You can prepare beaten eggs for omelets, whipping cream for cakes, pancake batter, icing and salad dressings with the help of an electric mixer. Cuisinart handheld mixer and KitchenAid Electric mixer are two of the best-selling devices on Amazon currently. An electric mixer is quite affordable. It can be substituted for a stand mixer for small cooking needs. These take very little storage space and are easily portable. They are easy to clean and maintain. These can be used with any kind of bowls. These give instant results.
How To Use A Coffee Mixer?
Here are some instructions on how to use a coffee mixer.
Read Instructions Carefully
These are small electric devices with small motors. You need to read the instructions carefully; else you will end up burning the motor. Some devices require you to use the device on pulse mode, while some require you to use the mixer at a stretch for no more than 2 minutes.
Understand the Attachments Properly
Many times, we tend to only use one attachment in an electric device which we need most. Over time, we forget that there are other attachments too which can make our cooking or baking jobs quite easier. If you take some time to understand the use and function of each attachment properly, you can make use of the gadgets quite efficiently.
Always Start and End at Zero Speed
Never start your mixer directly from a higher speed as this puts too much load on the motor. Similarly, when you are done with your mixing at a higher level, always bring back the mixer to speed zero before turning it off. This will prevent accidents when you next time accidently switch on the mixer and it starts automatically.
Make sure that you do not let running water get inside the motor of the mixer. Always wipe the body with a wet cloth and then with a dry cloth. The beaters can be removed and washed with soap properly. Never wash the mixer directly under the tap. Never let the chord come in contact with water as this might lead to a short-circuit.
Always store the mixer in its case. Most mixers come with a case and in case you do not have one, keep it vertically standing in a tall jar or glass to avoid water seepage inside the motor. You can, also store it in a drawer, away from dust, dirt or water.