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- Chop nuts
With knife and board this is a slow process and can result in nut pieces all over the kitchen. The mini chopper makes this a simple and tidy process. Use nuts without their skins, and make sure they are fresh as stale nuts taste bitter. To intensify their flavor and crunchiness, toast them in a hot oven 180C/350F/M4 for about 10 minutes, watching carefully. Half fill the bowl and give short, sharp whizzes to grind the nuts to the desired fineness. If using for a recipe that includes flour, put some in with the nuts. This prevents them from becoming oily and chops them more evenly. Sprinkle over desserts and cakes, add to stuffings and to savory toppings for vegetarian bakes.
- Make quick, creamy soups
The mini chopper is enormously helpful in making soups. First it chops the prepared vegetables; later it is used to make the soup smooth and creamy - you don't need cream to make a cream soup if you have a mini chopper! Nourishing, healthy soups can be made from cooked parsnip and apples, tomatoes, carrots and onions, or soft squashes like pumpkin, butternut and Courgettes. Use flavorings such a dash of curry powder, fresh ginger, cumin, or sprigs of thyme to ring the changes
- Chop fresh herbs - no mess
Take a large fistful of soft herbs and whiz for a second on high speed, scrape down the sides of the bowl and whiz again for a second on slow speed.
- Knock up a smoothie
A smoothie is a terrific and healthy pick-me-up at any time of the day, and fruit which is just past its best can be used. A smoothie is made in moments with your mini chopper. Most soft fruits are suitable, peeled and roughly cut into chunks and whizzed together. Stir into cereal for a nutritious breakfast. To make a smoothiedrink, pour mixture into a glass and add milk, yogurt and/or fruit juice to the required consistency.
- Impress with a fresh, red fruit sauce for ice cream and many desserts
You can whiz up a punnet of fresh (NOT frozen) raspberries or strawberries with a tablespoon of icing sugar and a squeeze of lemon juice, until smooth. Taste, add more sugar or lemon juice if necessary, and whiz quickly again. If using raspberries, rub the sauce through a sieve with the back of a spoon to remove the tiny seeds.
|Product Description||Dualit Mini Chopper - chopper|
|Food Capacity||0.5 kg|
|Max Power Consumption||256 W|
|Dimensions (WxDxH)||10.9 cm x 11.4 cm x 20.1 cm|
|Manufacturer Warranty||1 year|
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