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KitchenAid Artisan Stand Mixer

KitchenAid’s Artisan stand mixer has 325 watts of mixing power making it a simple task to cream butter,  knead dough, or just about anything you do with a mixer. It will handle the heaviest, thickest mixes and easily mixes up big batches. It has a rather unique mixing action, as the beater spins clockwise, while the shaft spins counterclockwise, moving the beater to 67 different points around the bowl, which results in thorough mixing and no need to rotate the bowl.

The bowl is polished stainless steel with an ergonomic handle, has a 5 quart capacity, and is big enough to handle large batches of heavy mixtures. The handle design is contoured to fit the hand and makes lifting the bowl much easier and more comfortable.

The 10 speeds allow the user to select the right speed for any mixing job, from very slow to very fast. It’s easy to select the precise speed needed for a perfect mix.

The KitchenAid Artisan stand mixer comes with three attachments: a flat beater, a wire whip for egg whites, mayonnaise, whipped cream, and more, and  and a hook for mixing and kneading dough.  These attach easily to the beater shaft.

 

The pouring shield fits around the top of the bowl and helps to prevent ingredients fro splashing out and making a mess, and the chute makes it convenient and easy to add ingredients.

The mixer head tilts back, which allows for easy access to the bowl and beaters. A lock lever holds the mixer head securely in place.

Artisan Stand Mixer includes:

  • 5-qt.-capacity stainless-steel work bowl with ergonomic handle
  • Flat beater
  • Dough hook
  • Wire whip
  • Clear plastic pouring shield
  • Instruction manual

Additional information:

  • Die-cast zinc and aluminum housing.
  • 25 lb. 8 oz.
  • Made in USA.

Speed Control Guide:

Stir – for stirring, mashing and starting all mixing procedures.
2 –  for slow mixing, mashing, faster stirring. Used for preparing yeast doughs.
3 –  for mixing and beating semi-heavy batters.
6 – for beating and creaming or whipping.
8 – for fast beating and whipping cream, egg whites and boiled frostings.
10 –  for fast whipping small amounts of cream or egg whites.

Speeds 5, 7 and 9 can be used for finer control.

Review of the KitchenAid Artisan Stand Mixer

The KitchenAid Artisan stand mixer is almost 15” tall and is a bit heavy, but there’s no need to put it away. Leave it on the counter, because you’ll love it so much you’ll use it over and over again, plus you’ll love showing it off! It’s gorgeous, and comes in a variety of colors to match any kitchen.

The ergonomic handle on the bowl is  great and keeps your hands from tiring. It fits just right in your hand, making it easy to move or pick up the bowl.

The included 2 piece pouring shield fits snugly around the rim of the bowl to help keep the ingredients from splashing out of the bowl.  It really does help cut down on the mess!  Plus, the bowl, the flat beater and the dough hook can be washed in the dishwasher, so cleanup is simple! Just wipe the mixer down with a damp cloth and dry with a soft towel to bring back the beautiful shine of your mixer after use.

The 3 attachments that come with the mixer, the whisk, dough hook, and flat beater are fantastic, and you can even buy many other great KitchenAid accessories for this mixer.

With 10 speeds, it’s easy to select the right speed for the mixing job- from very slow to very fast stirring. I can mix up just about anything perfectly with this mixer! The great thing is the unique way it mixes and gets every part of the bowl, so I never have to move the bowl around to thoroughly mix up the ingredients; the mixer does it all on its own!

Anyone who enjoys baking will truly love this mixer. It’s beautiful, powerful, durable, and it’s easy to use. The instruction manual included is easy to follow. Yes, the KitchenAid Artisan stand mixer is a bit expensive, but it will be the last mixer you’ll ever need to buy. Nothing else compares the KitchenAid Artisan stand mixer!

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