Sometimes your ingredients need to be really broken down before being used. This kind of mashing, emulsifying and pureeing by hand is incredibly labour intensive and not what you want to be doing in the busy hours before a service. Which is why blenders are such an important addition to any commercial kitchen.
These powerful machines are designed to cut food with ease, with different power settings letting you determine to what level the ingredients are processed. If you’re making soups or smoothies or simply whipping up a quick sauce, having the power to blend is essential in any kitchen.
Sometimes known as liquidisers, there are three main types of blender. The two most popular in the kitchen are the upright blender and the stick blender. Let’s look at the upright blender first. These are designed to handle large capacities of ingredients, helping to meet the demands of a busy service. They are either manual or programmable, depending on what you need them to perform, but always produce consistent results. The upright blender is well suited for pureeing hot ingredients, such as sauces and soups, and with as much as four litres of capacity, they are very versatile in a professional kitchen setting.
The stick blender is the other main type of kitchen blender appliance. This is a lightweight alternative to the countertop or upright blender, and so can be used all around the kitchen. They have a detachable shaft for easy storage and for switching between blending heads. Different shaft lengths are available depending on your needs, with both corded and cordless versions also available. Again, they have multiple uses across the kitchen.
The last type of blender is that used in a bar area for making cocktails. These work in a similar way and are designed with more power for faster and smoother blending.
All our blenders are produced by brands with vast experience in the kitchen appliance industry. They know better than anyone that you need blenders and other appliances that never let you down. Save time in the kitchen, process large volumes of ingredients quickly, and create great tasting food and drinks with the power of blending.