Küken vintage design mixer
Renew your kitchen and give it a vintage look.
With the küken Robot stand mixer vintage mixer, with a few small details and with the help of our küken vintage range you can make your kitchen look like something out of the 50's. To start with, we show you the küken vintage Robot Mixer, an appliance with which you will be able to make any type of recipe.
In addition to its vintage design and style, we would like to point out the...
6 functions + push button: Knead, whisk, whip, whip, emulsify, stir and mix any ingredient at the touch of a button. It has 6 speed levels and even 1100 W power to be able to process any food. Whip egg whites, whip cream, prepare the best cakes and creams or knead your own bread. Try it and discover all the possibilities it offers.
Capacity: lThe 5-litre capacity of this mixer mixer makes it easy to prepare any type of food and make recipes for the whole family.. Its light weight makes it easy to transport and work with.
Security cover: transparent lid to protect from splashes, while monitoring the state of the dough.
Küken vintage robot stand mixer...
It has accessories metal and of the highest quality that will help you achieve perfect results in all your elaborations.
- Stick blender: especially for whipping egg whites, cream, meringues, etc.
- Kneading hook: to knead the heavier dough, bread and pasta dough.
- Stirring hook: for shortcrust pastry, biscuit dough, etc.
Here is a recipe that you can make with our Küken vintage Robot mixer...
Homemade Bread with Kneading Machine Recipe
- 500 g strong flour
- 10 g baker's yeast
- 300 ml lukewarm water
- 1 tablespoon salt
- The secret to a good bread dough is the result of good kneading and raising of the dough.
- The recipe is designed for use with the küken dough mixer, but can easily be adapted to your own mixer.
- In a bowl add the flour with the salt and mix for a minute. This step is important because the salt mixed with the yeast can make the yeast not rise with full strength, so by doing this, we are masking the salt to avoid direct contact with the yeast.
- In another bowl, mix the warm water with the baker's yeast until it is well dissolved and add it to the bowl along with the flour and salt.
- Knead for 10 minutes, with the hook accessory, at medium-low speed.
- Once the kneading is finished, make a ball and cover it with a slightly damp cloth.
Leave to rest for an hour. If we have done this well, the dough will double in size.
- Now we work the dough. Knead it a little with your hands and break it up with a baker's scraper.
- What we do with this process is to work the gluten so that the bread dough has a good leavening.
- Once the bread dough has been worked, we can give the bread its final shape.
Cover it again and leave it to rest for another hour.
- Preheat the oven to 250 degrees with heat up and down. If you do not have an oven with a system that generates humidity, take a tray or bowl with water and place it in the lower part of the oven.
- In this way we will generate moisture so that the crust forms on the surface of the bread.
- Before putting the bread in the oven, make a few small cuts with a knife and add a little flour on top.
- Place the bread in the oven and cook for approximately 20-25 minutes. Do not open the oven before this time, as this could stop the baking.
- A trick to know if the bread is cooked is to tap it a few times and if it sounds empty, it means that it has been cooked well inside.
As you can see, the advantage of using the mixer is the time it takes to knead the dough; by hand it would take 25 to 30 minutes, whereas with the mixer it takes 10 minutes to knead the dough continuously and evenly.
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