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Ankarsrum Stand Mixer Review ~ AKA Electrolux, DLX, Magic Mill, Assistent ~ Amy Learns to Cook
 
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Join Amy for a test & review of the Ankarsrum Assistent Original Stand Mixer. This mixer is also known as the Electrolux, the DLX, the Magic Mill, or the Verona. This mixer is unique because it has a bowl that spins and a roller that gently kneads bread dough. It is similar to the Bosch Universal mixer in that it has a hub at the bottom of the mixer. It comes with the main stainless steel bowl with roller and scraper as well as a plastic bowl with cookie paddles and whips for making cookies, batters, whipped cream, and meringue. I am looking forward to testing this Ankarsum stand mixer against the KitchenAid stand mixer Pro600 and Commercial as well as the Bosch Universal. Amy Learns to Cook is all about learning to make simple, tasty food from fresh ingredients. One year ago, I made a commitment to stop eating processed convenience foods. I decided to learn to cook "real" food. Join me! Let's learn to cook together! Enjoy! Please share! Ankarsrum Assistent Original Mixer: http://amzn.to/2n4pmQc Ankarsrum Assistent Original Mixer Deluxe Package: http://amzn.to/2nSR7so Amy's Ankarsrum Stand Mixer Unboxing: https://youtu.be/EGsZVAMgXFw Please SUBSCRIBE to my channel, LIKE, and leave a COMMENT. Please visit my website: www.amylearnstocook.com Any links in this description, including Amazon, are affiliate links.
Views: 59030 AmyLearnsToCook
Mixer Battle: KitchenAid vs. Electrolux Magic Mill Assistent/Verona/Ankarsrum
 
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Which is better? Let's find out: 1. Can they each whip a single egg white? 2. How well do they each whip two egg whites? 3. How do they compare making a single batch of cookies? The mixer on the right has been made by the same company since 1940. They just keep changing the name. Now it's called "Ankarsrum", the name of the town in which it is manufactured. My conclusion: The KitchenAid cannot out-perform the machine on the right. Plus, the machine on the right can do things the KitchenAid cannot. Case in point: Make dough for challah bread. (It's a Jewish bread with eggs. The protein in the eggs make it super stiff.) Challah dough killed my first KitchenAid. Smoke came out, the machine got scorching hot. And then it died for good. I bought the Magic Mill to replace it and it's been a trooper ever since. I bought the KitchenAid you see here as a replacement for the one that died -- for things other than making challah. After running the tests in this video, I wonder why I bothered. After finishing this video, I made bread dough in the Magic Mill/Ankarsrum. It turned into a comedy of errors. You might enjoy it and learn from my mistakes. There are two parts. Here's part 1. http://youtu.be/338NcCMN2D0 Here's part 2. http://youtu.be/0JWMxxKed30
Views: 130548 TheJoanRuth
Ankarsrum (Electrolux/Magic Mill/Verona) Mixer Demonstration
 
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Ashley shows you how to use the Ankarsrum mixer
Views: 316232 Bread Beckers
Ankarsrum Assistant Original Stand Mixer/Magic Mill/Verona Intro and Demo by Daniela
 
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Daniela shows how to best utilize the wide array of attachments that come with the Ankarsrum kitchen assistant. For more information or to purchase go to: http://www.culinary.co.za/appliances/stand-mixers
Views: 13464 Love2Cook
Ankarsrum Stand Mixer Unboxing ~ AKA Electrolux, Magic Mill, DLX ~ Amy Learns to Cook
 
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Join Amy for an unboxing of the Ankarsrum Stand Mixer. This mixer is also known as the Electrolux, the Magic Mill, the Assistant, or the DLX. This mixer is unique because unlike the KitchenAid Stand Mixer, the bowl spins and the roller is stationary. It is also similar to the Bosch mixer in that it has a bowl that uses a similar hub and whip attachment. I am looking forward to testing this out against the KitchenAid Stand Mixer Pro600 and Commercial as well as the Bosch Universal. Stay tuned for the test & Review. Amy Learns to Cook is all about learning to make simple, tasty food from fresh ingredients. One year ago, I made a commitment to stop eating processed convenience foods. I decided to learn to cook "real" food. Join me! Let's learn to cook together! Enjoy! Please share! Please SUBSCRIBE to my channel, LIKE, and leave a COMMENT. Please visit my website: www.amylearnstocook.com Any links in this description, including Amazon, are affiliate links.
Views: 6733 AmyLearnsToCook
Assistent Original Mixer Demonstration
 
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See how you can make bread easily with your Assistent Original mixer.
Views: 122343 kitchenzetcman
Electrolux Magic Mill / Verona (now called Ankarsrum) - Breadmaking Comedy of Errors - Part 2/2
 
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Part 2 shows the continued adventures, using sandwich bread dough... which is easier on the mixer than the challah dough made in Part 1. Plus, I learned from Part 1, so made different mistakes this time. Now, seriously people, the only reason to watch this is if you own or are considering buying an Ankarsrum mixer. Otherwise, life is too short to watch a mixer spin around for another 17 minutes. Go do something better with your time. On the other hand, if you have one of these mixers or are considering shelling out the many dollars it costs to buy one, you will benefit from watching this. That's why I'm posting it for you. You'll be less worn out watching me make mistakes than if you spend time and effort making them for yourself. ============= What follows simply repeats what I wrote for Part 1: ============= For a lovely and informative video on making bread with this machine, watch this: http://youtu.be/zMB4CVG5fLs That's not what I did here. Instead, in my ignorance, I believe I committed every major error with this machine. I present the whole long disaster here to my eternal shame so that you can learn from my stupidity and do not fall into the same wayward path. I have concluded that my major mistakes were: 1. Never remove the scraper. There won't be anything to flip the dough over and it will simply ride around in circles, merry-go-round style. 2. Use the roller, not the dough hook -- although there is some debate about that. Different people use different attachments. I've seen both used successfully in YouTube videos. Start with the roller. More sources recommend it. 3. Don't add extra flour needlessly. 4. Don't load the bowl higher than the top of the ribbed part of the roller. It can't perform its work if the dough climbs its neck. Here's a video of a lady loading the bowl to the top, which proves that, yes, this mixer can handle large quantities. But she's making cookies and that's a different animal. Bread dough is alive and fights you in a way that cookie dough doesn't. http://youtu.be/L1euZNh4zPE I think you are better off reducing the quantities when making bread dough. You need the extra work room. Be aware that in this video, I'm making challah, which is a very difficult dough. It literally killed my KitchenAid. Smoke. Flames. The whole she-bang. Dead KitchenAid. For power and performance, you need one of THESE machines. Challah doesn't kill it. Not even my overloading it with challah killed it. It's one truly fine machine! Word of advice: Don't make bread dough in such great quantities that you can't bake it when it is ready to go in the oven. I made several large batches of dough, then didn't have enough room in the oven. Many loaves had to wait their turn and passed their prime. You really are better off making several smaller batches. You can then work your timing so it spaces them far enough apart that they can each enter the oven at the peak moment. (I know, it's like "Duh, you moron. Isn't that obvious?" Yes, it is. But if you get obsessed with playing with the mixer, you can overlook such obvious facts.) Ah, well. Live and learn. Or just watch this and learn from a screw-up. It's faster.
Views: 37666 TheJoanRuth
Pizza Dough in my professional Electrolux Assistent DLX 2000 Mixer
 
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Views: 139036 BakeLikeAPro
Electrolux Magic Mill / Verona (now called Ankarsrum) - Breadmaking Comedy of Errors - Part 1/2
 
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For a lovely and informative video on making bread with this machine, watch this: http://youtu.be/zMB4CVG5fLs That's not what I did here. Instead, in my ignorance, I believe I committed every major error with this machine. I present the whole long disaster here to my eternal shame so that you can learn from my stupidity and do not fall into the same wayward path. I have concluded that my major mistakes were: 1. Never remove the scraper. There won't be anything to flip the dough over and it will simply ride around in circles, merry-go-round style. 2. Use the roller, not the dough hook -- although there is some debate about that. Different people use different attachments. I've seen both used successfully in YouTube videos. Start with the roller. More sources recommend it. 3. Don't add extra flour needlessly. 4. Don't load the bowl higher than the top of the ribbed part of the roller. It can't perform its work if the dough climbs its neck. Here's a video of a lady loading the bowl to the top, which proves that, yes, this mixer can handle large quantities. But she's making cookies and that's a different animal. Bread dough is alive and fights you in a way that cookie dough doesn't. http://youtu.be/L1euZNh4zPE I think you are better off reducing the quantities when making bread dough. You need the extra work room. Be aware that in this video, I'm making challah, which is a very difficult dough. It literally killed my KitchenAid. Smoke. Flames. The whole she-bang. Dead KitchenAid. For power and performance, you need one of THESE machines. Challah doesn't kill it. Not even my overloading it with challah killed it. It's one truly fine machine! Word of advice: Don't make bread dough in such great quantities that you can't bake it when it is ready to go in the oven. I made several large batches of dough, then didn't have enough room in the oven. Many loaves had to wait their turn and passed their prime. You really are better off making several smaller batches. You can then work your timing so it spaces them far enough apart that they can each enter the oven at the peak moment. (I know, it's like "Duh, you moron. Isn't that obvious?" Yes, it is. But if you get obsessed with playing with the mixer, you can overlook such obvious facts.) Ah, well. Live and learn. Or just watch this and learn from a screw-up. It's faster. Part 2 will show the continued adventures, using sandwich bread dough... which is easier on the mixer. Plus I learned from this adventure, so made different mistakes on the next one. And if you'd like to see what happened when I did a side-by-side comparison with this machine and a KitchenAid, here it is: http://youtu.be/QSsVlpile08
Views: 38312 TheJoanRuth
Magic Mill Mixer Demo DLX9000, Used Stand Mixer for Sale
 
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Find this Magic Mill mixer for sale at http://www.LaurasLastDitch.Etsy.com, along with hundreds of hard-to-find vintage kitchenwares and small appliances. This is a used heavy duty Magic Mill DLX9000, made in Sweden.
Ankarsrum mixer can make mashed potatoes (a.k.a. DLX, Magic Mill, Electrolux, Verona, etc)...
 
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A DLX mixer from I think the early 80s makes mashed potatoes. There were a couple of 1" lumps but not bad! I'm guessing the new one - Ankarsrum Original - will probably mash it all up even better. If it's notably different I'll share a video of it - maybe add it to this video.
Views: 3535 Ayram9
Mixer Throwdown. Part 1
 
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Mike, of BakeWithMike.com and sourdoughhome.com, compares the KitchenAid K45SS and the Electrolux DLX, also known as the Assistant, Assistent and Magic Mill, in a side by side test. Which is the best mixer?
Views: 75279 Mike Avery
Ankarsrum stand mixer - high hydration pizza dough
 
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Ankarsrum Assistent stand mixer with dough hook 77% hydration dough for Roman-style pizza, 720 g total 396 g flour (type 00, W310) 305 g water 8 g salt 2.4 g dry active yeast 8 g olive oil Add 200 g water and flour: 0:20 Add salt and more water: 5:55 Add oil & increase speed: 8:54 The rest of the water is added gradually during kneading. The first fold in the mixer after 5 min rest at the end of the video. Final stretch and fold in a separate video: https://youtu.be/JsulZTb4IXc
Magic Mill   rested dough   begin working
 
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The dough has rested for 30 minutes after the final mixing. You can see that the gluten has not been developed.
Views: 193 The Hadster
Magic Mill Electrolux DLX Mixer
 
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Views: 1830 Jean Mao
Roller or dough hook? Magic Mill DLX Electrolux 1
 
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The same dough kneeded with the roller and the dough hook
Views: 45442 nipperdey
Magic Mill Kneading Pizza Dough
 
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Pizza dough. 800g All Trumps hi-gluten flour. 62% water. 1 teaspoon IDY 0.4%. 1 tablespoon oil 2%. Salt 2%. 2 teaspoons non-diastatic malt 1%. 1 teaspoon Molasses (not blackstrap). Mix, ball, frig for 3 days, counter for 1-2 hours before opening balls. Makes five 12-13 in pizzas.
Views: 473 WhichOrThat
Roller or dough hook? Magic Mill DLX Electrolux 2
 
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The same dough kneaded with the roller and the dough hook.
Views: 139888 nipperdey
Electrolux Assistent DLX Mixer in Action Making Snickerdoodles
 
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The Electrolux DLX Mixer, also known as the Magic Mill or Verona mixer, is a Swedish mixer that uses a roller and scraper to do its mixing and kneading. Here it is making snicker doodles in the University of Tennessee Culinary Institute Bakery.
Views: 9520 simanco
Challah Dough
 
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Views: 10991 AnkarsrumUSA
Dough mixing on Electrolux Assistant
 
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Preparing a high hydration spelt dough with sour dough on an Electrolux Assistant. Water, flour, yeast and salt - nothing else. The flour is 40% whole grain, the yeast is fresh organic yeast and the whole thing is done in 20 minutes. Makes a great bread or rolls when baked in a hot oven. Preferably on a steel plate or baking stone.
Views: 4356 Snorre Biehe
Assistent Original N28 Kitchen Machine - Mixer: Fabulous!
 
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http://fasteasy.info/assistentoriginal | Made in Sweden, the Assistent Original N28 high-end kitchen machine offers powerful blending effects with variable speed control and timing. It comes with a broad range of accessories; mix, whip, grind meat, make pasta, squeeze oranges, more! The powerful mixer has a unique engine that puts most domestic manufactured mixing machines to shame. It can handle as much as 11 pounds of dough at once, and is an incredibly durable workhorse for your kitchen. The new N28 model comes in black, white, blue, pink and green. (Former models were listed as the Magic Mill DLX 2000 or Electrolux Model N24.) You can find reviews and the latest updated prices at the link above. Music: Tea Roots, Kevin MacLeod Assistent Original N28 Mixer
Views: 51701 smallappliances
Magic Mill   dough hook   mixing dough
 
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Using the dough hook instead of the rolling pin. The dough hook stretches the dough more effectively.
Views: 827 The Hadster
Assistent Original Food Mixer
 
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Assistent Original Food Mixer. Please visit http://www.purecookshop.co.uk. The original Swedish food processor is now available in the UK. Previously known as the Electrolux Magic Mill/N24/N28, this updated model now has an 800W motor and is available in a range of colours. The Assistent features a large 7 litre stainless steel bowl that can hold up to 5kg of dough. The mixer has a unique roller and scraper that mimics the action of kneading by hand. For heavier doughs, a large dough hook can be used. A 3.5 litre plastic bowl with a double beater whisk is supplied for cake making. Sturdy and reliable, the Assistent is backed by 5 year warranty for extra peace of mind.
Views: 4929 purecookshop
Small Batch in the Assistent Mixer
 
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People wonder if the 8 quart Assistent Mixer (DLX, Magic Mill, Electrolux, AEG, Verona) can handle small batches. This video shows my DLX Assistent kneading a dough-batch with 294 grams of flour (two cups or so). http://cookwithjim.com/2012/12/small-dough-batches-in-the-assistent-mixer/
Views: 19876 simanco
Assistent Original Mixer - Accessories
 
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http://www.avivahealth.com/shop/products.asp?itemid=6345 Assistent accessories demonstration. Standard Accessories including the roller, dough hook and double beater. Optional accessories including the citrus fruit press, blender/liquidizer, mincer/grinder, sausage pipe, strainer, grater, cookie press, pasta attachment, vegetable slicer, grain mill, flake mill.
Mixing Bagels in Assistent N28 Mixer
 
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Mixing a 1 Kg batch of 55% hydration sourdough bagel dough in an N28 Assistent mixer. Illustrates the high speed rotational instability that kneads the dough. This is the last 2:37 of about a 10 minute process.
Views: 12285 DocDough
An Ankarsrum mixer mixing initial dough to a shaggy mass
 
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The first step to mixing is to knead the ingredients until they form a shaggy mass (the flour has been hydrated). After this brief initial mix the shaggy mass is rested for a half hour or so. This rest enables the flour to more thoroughly hydrate. The hydrating of the mix will make the kneading easier after the rest.
Views: 154 Dan Ayo
magic mill assistent
 
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for ebay
Views: 252 SuperTemp5
Magic Mill   dough after 13 minutes working
 
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The gluten has been developed.
Views: 1285 The Hadster
Ankarsrum Assistent test #2, 80% moisture, Roller, part 2
 
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Test run with the Ankarsrum Assistent using a small bread dough, 750g total ( 1 loaf) and the "roller" accessory. Part 2 shows the knitting process after a video disconnect (my own fault). See the part 1 is with mixing of ingrediences and start of mixing/kneading (link: https://youtu.be/uBGxSBpRZk8).. Wet dough with 80% moisture consisting of 100% white flour, 80% water, 2.2% salt, 2.4% fresh yeast, 5% sour dough Video mainly made for own purposes, so sorry about quality of video and audio
Views: 4602 Martin Odense
Ankarsrum Assistent test #2, 80% moisture, Roller, part 1
 
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Test run with the Ankarsrum Assistent using a small bread dough (750g total ( 1 loaf) and the "roller" accessory. part 1 is with mixing of ingredients and start of the kneading process. See part 2 for the rest of the kneading process (https://youtu.be/zRJ8N1s9kIo). Wet dough with 80% moisture content. Consist of 100% white flour, 80% water, 2.2% salt, 2.4% fresh yeast, 5% sour dough. Video mainly made for own purposes, so sorry about quality of video and audio
Views: 10062 Martin Odense
Ankarsrum is the Bread Baker's Best Friend
 
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Watch how efficient the Ankarsrum Assistent Stand Mixer is at kneading all types of bread dough. Mix and need dough the easy way. See why it's one of the world's best mixer. Made in Sweden. Check it out at Cutlery and More http://www.cutleryandmore.com/ankarsrum
Views: 53043 Cutlery and More
Magic Mill DLX 2000 in action
 
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The video shows how this machine runs and handles freshly ground whole wheat. Linked with my Craigslist ad.
Views: 742 Amy Sharp
Assistent Original
 
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The successor of the Magic Mill DLX/Electrolux Assistent, this is the most powerful model so far with 800Watt and a new exterior design. Très chique! Here it is kneading a 3.6kg batch of 50% whole grain rye and 50% wheat, of which 50% are whole grain. A delightful assistent, very strong and extremely reliable. For the artisan home baker.
Views: 64437 nipperdey
ankarsrum dough mixer
 
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The Ankarsrum mixer from cookshoppe.net will make up to 10 loaves of bread.
Views: 46831 Dennis Cook
Ankarsrum Basic Package
 
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Views: 2732 AnkarsrumUSA
Mixer Throwdown, Part 2
 
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Mike, of sourdoughhome.com and bakewithmike.com, continues his comparison of two popular mixers, the KitchenAid K45SS and the Electrolux DLX.
Views: 43959 Mike Avery
Ankarsrum Stand Mixer Review
 
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The Swedish made Ankarsrum Stand Mixers are a real powerhouse in the kitchen. The 600-watt motor and 7.4 quart capacity bowl is capable of mixing 11 Lbs. of dough. It can essentially do everything in the kitchen. With over 20 additional attachments that can be added onto this mixer and up to 7-year warranty, it will quickly become your go-to tool in the kitchen! Watch the video to learn more about its operations and features. Explore all of our Ankarsrum Stand Mixer products here: https://www.williamsfoodequipment.com/kitchen-appliances/ankarsrum-stand-mixers Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCD-nrBOvkUMUiXqdRI-gnGg Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/williamsfoodequipment Twitter: https://twitter.com/williamsfoodeq Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/williamsfoodequipment
Ankarsrum Grain Mill
 
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Views: 2067 AnkarsrumUSA
Magic Mill   last of flour
 
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Using the rolling pin. I've just added the last of the flour. The dough weighs 5.35 pounds.
Views: 244 The Hadster
Kneading cake dough on Ankarsrum 8 Qt. Stand Mixer.
 
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Home Depot Model # AKM6230 https://goo.gl/AtcEu4 A Great Kitchen Centerpiece! It is a very heavy duty and durable machine made for a lifetime with superior quality parts for your most favorite place in the house. This machine can help you save a lot of time and energy and at the same time eat well by making all your favorite food at home. You can mix and knead your bread dough, cookie dough, cake batter and just about any other baked good, with the Ankarsrum Original stand mixer. It is indeed the perfect kitchen assistant. The 7-year manufacturer's warranty is great because they know it will work for many years to come and give trouble free service. You can easily knead 4 lbs of dough in this 8 Qt. stainless steel mixing bowl. I made my first bread yesterday with whole wheat flour, and it was amazingly delicious. I love the Analog speed control which allows for a seamless transition and the electronic speed sensor which automatically adjusts motor torque to the load. The on/off knob, which is also a 12-minute timer is a great feature. The double beater bowl made from BPA/BPS-free Tritan plastic is meant for the health conscious people. It has various uses and comes with 2 kinds of beaters. Use it according to your recipes and your imagination for whatever items are in your mind. Overall, a great centerpiece for your kitchen and you will never regret it. As a bonus, it comes with a recipe book, for a lot of delicacies. Reading it already made my mouth watering! The machine comes with an Expandable feature, which means you can buy additional attachments which can be used with this machine. They are: pasta cutter, pasta roller, citrus press, blender, mincer, grater, cookie press. grain mill, vegetable cutter, flake mill, etc.
Views: 1118 Sebastian
Pancakes with the Electrolux Assistent
 
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Making pancakes with my wife's new Electrolux Verona mixer. It's really smooth and way quieter than our Kitchen Aid Pro 6.
Views: 2171 Kris Wood
Ankarsrum Assistent Original Mixer
 
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Ankarsrum Assistent Original Mixer at BakeryBits
Views: 1543 BakeryBits Ltd