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Everything You Needed to Know About Portable Blenders

A portable blender is also known by the name moveable blender and a stick blender. Some people also call handy blende. They were created in Switzerland in 1950 by a man named Roger Perrinjaquet and has been used in professional kitchens since about 1960. The last 30 years have since increased home usage of the appliance.

What is a Portable Blender? A portable blender is strong movable blender used to mix ingredients. Unlike a regular blender or food processor – in which the ingredients are put into a removable bowl, the portable blender is a handheld, with ingredients staying in a regular bowl.

The blender is then turned on, activating the blades, and is physically moved around the bowl, blending and pureeing the food as it goes. As well as increased portability, the main advantage hand blenders have over conventional blenders is the ease in which they can be cleaned.  Most home blenders have a shaft of about 10-12 inches. Professional models can be up to double in size and have a more powerful motor.

What to Look for When Buying Hand Blender

The first thing that you should consider when making a purchase is what would you use a portable blender for. The more expensive versions have a higher-powered motor, which can cut through dry vegetables a lot easier than cheaper models.

The way to compare the strength is to look watt. You will find that the top-end products can produce upwards of 400 watts. A low-cost model can only produce 100-200 watts – this is fine for mixing shakes, batter, and drinks, but may struggle with more solid food.

User-friendliness can be a big problem. Some blenders have a contoured handle for extra grip and comfort. cheaper models may have a simple on/off setting, while the more expensive items sometimes offer various speed settings, offering more flexibility and control depends on what you are mixing.