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Russell Hobbs 25931 Emma Bridgewater Stand Mixer - Polka Dot Food Mixer for Baking with Whisk, Beater and Dough Hook Attachments, 5 Litre, 1000 Watt

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It whisked our egg whites to firm peaks in about four minutes. It mixed and kneaded bread dough around the bowl without it wrapping around the hook (which resulted in a well-risen loaf), and blended butter and sugar to a pale creamy consistency. Great for batch bakers and big families, the 500W Precision Stand Mixer is surprisingly roomy. While its footprint is standard, its 5.2-litre, stainless-steel bowl provides more capacity than you’d expect in a model of this size. This means that you can knead up to 1.2kg of dough, whip 1.4 litres of cream or whisk 12 egg whites in a single load.

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Our loaf rose well without any manual kneading. The two-part splashguard and spout, while a handy option, was something that was awkward to have in use most of the time. It slid on easily enough but every time the mixer head was raised, both sections had to be removed, making scraping down the bowl more of a chore. It’s robust, versatile and designed to make a bakers life easier! Attach one of the tools included with this appliance (fibreglass flat beater, dough hook, or balloon whisk), and the powerful 1000W motor will be ready to prep your ingredients using a planetary mixing action, which can be controlled via the 10 speed settings and pulse function. This will effortlessly prepare mixes, batters and dough within the 3.5 litre durable stainless steel bowl, large enough for share size bakes the whole family can enjoy. Features and BenefitsTo ensure we tested the machine thoroughly and all the attachments, we made a cake batter with the beater, a dough with the hook and whipped up some cream with the whisk to finish.

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Emma Bridgewater Design– This cheerful and recognisable polka dot finish adds a comforting homely touch to your kitchen.

Well it started off, awful thanks to one of your members of staff, who I personally don't want to deal with again. Stand mixers look the part, but they are also essential for taking the muscle work out of even the toughest recipes. Anyone who's spent ten minutes kneading bread dough or hand-beating cake mix will know that it's a lot of arm work. Not only will the best stand mixer do it a lot faster, but it will often do a better job thanks to the range of speeds available, as well as the assortment of attachments that are custom made for baking.

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To make sure you never miss out on your favourite NEW stories, we're happy to send you some reminders The mixer itself comes with a whisk, a beater and a dough hook. I've only used the whisk so far but I'm really pleased with the results. It made light work of whisking up sugar and eggs for my Easter brownies. I'm not sure I'll ever use a hand-held whisk again! For those often in the kitchen preparing a batch of cakes and bakes (school fairs?), the Russell Hobbs and Emma Bridgewater mixer will serve you well. Not only does it have a large bowl capacity but it is extremely powerful, which can cut your baking time in half. The beater and whisk attachments can literally whip up a storm in no time, while the bread hook can knead dough without fuss. The mixer itself is pretty wide, so you’ll need ample room on the worktop, and preferably not under a low-hanging cabinet as the head-tilt goes up high. If you did want a small yet superb mixer though, the Kitchen Aid Artisan Mini Tilt-Head mixer would be ideal. Overall, the country-style, polka dot design and affordable price of the Russell Hobbs and Emma Bridgewater mixer makes this one a real gem. About this review, and reviewer Tools: Most mixers will have three tools as standard. A balloon whisk for whipping cream, eggs and light mixtures, a dough hook for kneading bread and a beater for batters, biscuit dough and general mixing. This could also be a flexi or scraper beater – a tool with a silicone rim that helps to scrape down the bowl as it mixes. Another accessory that’s common is a splashguard – essential for stopping the contents of the bowl escaping during vigorous mixing. We found that the Artisan mixer is both quiet and efficient. There’s also an optional pouring shield to prevent splashes, and it comes with a wire whisk, flat beater and dough hook as default. The classic tilt-head design will fit under your kitchen cabinets, and because there's so many colours to choose from (not to mention countless custom bowls and other matching appliances such as the best food processors) we know it will look the part too.

The Kenwood Prospero KHC29 Stand Mixer has 1000 watts of power, which is impressive for a mixer of this price. It's affordable when you buy it purely for mixing, but spend a little more and you'll find attachments for blending, food processing, and even meat grinding. Despite its limited motor size, the KitchenAid Artisan Mini was powerful enough during our tests to make smooth and fluffy cake mixes and well-worked cookie dough. When making bread it was able to knead a regular sized loaf, but we did find that the dough worked its way up the hook, unfortunately.

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