liquidiser


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Synonyms for liquidiser

an electrically powered mixer with whirling blades that mix or chop or liquefy foods

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Ideally you blend a raw egg in a liquidiser with a wine glass of sherry, two spring onions, a teaspoon each Worcester Sauce and Dijon mustard, a few comprehensive shakes of Tabasco and a rounded dessertspoon of tomato puree.
Meanwhile, make the coulis by pureeing the raspberries in a liquidiser or food processor, press through a sieve into a bowl, then stir in the caster sugar.
To make the beetroot puree, place the beetroot trimmings in a liquidiser and pulse until smooth.
Allow to cool slightly before adding the milk and cream, then use a liquidiser to make a thick soup.
Add the aubergine mix to the onions and transfer to a liquidiser and blend.
It takes very little preparation and can be blended in a liquidiser for a smooth creamy texture.
Turn off the heat and whizz in a liquidiser or with a blending stick until smooth.
Place soup in a liquidiser and blend until smooth then return to the pan, gently reheat.
Remove the pan from the heat and allow to cool for 1-2 minutes then either puree with an electric hand blender or transfer to a liquidiser or food processor and puree until smooth.
By Friday, even my vegetarian friends wanted to see that frog in a liquidiser.
I was desperate for a fish supper, though, so my missus solved the problem by putting it in a liquidiser so I was able to drink it through a straw.
Examples included a hair-remover bristling with hair, a food-spattered liquidiser and a compact disc player containing crumbs and a heavy metal CD.
Blend celery, leek and thyme in a food liquidiser and put in a muslin cloth with the thyme and broken up parmesan.