In last week's ThermomixTipsTuesday, we shared the uses for various temperatures 🌡 in making foolproof meals 🍽. Today, we're giving you tips for what speeds 🌪 work best for different foods 🥕🥔🥩🥚🧀 and cooking methods. Be sure to bookmark 🔖 this post so you can easily refer back to it as you become a Thermomix master! 🏆
✅ Stir: This speed mimics mixing if you were using a wooden spoon and is ideal for dishes like risotto.
✅ Speed 1 – 3: Mix gently, mash potatoes or chop soft ingredients such as hard-boiled eggs or raw mushrooms.
✅ Speed 4 – 6: Chop firmer vegetables like onions and carrots and emulsify for mayonnaise, hollandaise, etc.
✅ Speed 7 – 10 and Turbo: Use this setting to grind or mill items like sugar, wheat or coffee beans coffee beans; blends to a completely smooth texture for silky soups, smoothies, ice cream and sorbet or chop hard ingredients such as cured ham and hard cheeses.
✅ Reverse with low speeds (-3): Prevents delicate foods from falling apart.
✅ Reverse with speed 4 can be used for shredding ingredients without chopping them.
Slow to powerful ⚡️ speeds is another one of the many ways that Thermomix® gives you the precision and control 💪🏻 you need to perfectly prepare any dish 🥘. See this advanced technology 📡 in action by booking an in-home 🏠 demo today at Thermomix.com/Test-Drive, and let us know in the comments below 👇🏻 what other types of tips and tricks you'd like to learn more about. TheFutureOfCookingIsHere ThermomixUSA