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Birthday Present – Glass Multi-Mill for My Kenwood Chef

This week I’ve had my birthday, and I was very pleased to receive an attachment for my Kenwood Titanium Chef as one of my presents.

The multi-mill is basically a mini blender and can chop and purée small amounts of food. It can also be used to grind coffee beans and whole spices. There are 4 interchangeable glass containers which come with lids, meaning you can use them as storage jars for the things you have ground/puréed. This is very handy if you want to use the multi-mill to grind/purée a number of things within a short space of time.

I couldn’t wait to play with my new toy, so I decided to use it to make a marinade for Tandoori Chicken, as well as grind the spices, and purée the onions, garlic and ginger for a Curry Sauce.

I had lots of fun, and everything was ground/puréed pretty quickly. I think this is definitely going to be a very useful attachment!

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9 comments on “Birthday Present – Glass Multi-Mill for My Kenwood Chef

  1. Happy birthday Corinna!!! Your wish came true 🙂 looks like you are having fun with your new toy and I look forward to future blogs with it.

  2. This looks like so much fun! Thanks for putting up so many lovely pictures – they looks great 🙂

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