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KitchenAid Classic Stand Mixer White,
This review is from: KitchenAid K45SS Classic Stand Mixer, White (Kitchen & Home)This is a fantastic piece of kit providing a great alternative to kneading dough for hours on end. Of course it takes stirring, mixing and beating in its stride.
The direct drive motor provides more than enough power but respect must be given to even this machine, and it is imperative to read the instructions before use to ensure the correct speeds are selected for each task. For example the wrong speed selected when mixing dough will damage the motor.
Try to position this product in a permanent place in your kitchen as it is most heavy and not easily moved in and out of cupboards.
Cleaning is very easy and the simple design will look good on any kitchen work surface.
A great purchase.
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Initial post: 22 Nov 2008 12:52:52 GMT
Mrs. C. M. Kearney says:
Very helpful..I have just got mine and long to get started but without a recipe book I am nervous. Can anyone recommend a good recipe book with bread recipes for the British not American baker?
In reply to an earlier post on 26 Nov 2008 20:12:29 GMT
Ms. J. Berry says:
Hi' Just got mine today and when I went online to register it it seems they send a recipe book when you put in your address. Fingers crossed.
In reply to an earlier post on 16 Jul 2009 12:13:14 BDT
Mr. Michael J. Thomas says:
Try 'Bread Matters' by Andrew Whitley (who used to run the Melmerby Bakery in Cumbria) or 'Dough' by Richard Bertinet (contains a useful DVD).
What's your verdict on the mixer - I just completed a breadmaking course and thinking of ditching my Kenwood Chef as I prefer the action of the KitchenAid dough attachment.
In reply to an earlier post on 12 Nov 2012 18:59:23 GMT
E. E. Edmunds says:
i am really interested but want to know the capacity of the one i want to buy and on screen i cannot find it
Posted on 26 Dec 2012 22:50:48 GMT
I owned one of these in Canada it was a real workhorse we had a tea room and restaurant and then a 7 room B&B and I used it for over 22 years with no problems unfortunately, I left it behind, much to my regret. I keep looking but as a pensioner just can't afford it. I have had two other makes (both, worn out)since moving back 10 years ago and am now looking for a third one. I am reluctant to buy anything else, All my staff used it with very little instruction.
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