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Kitchen Aid vs Breville Stand Mixer

Kitchen Aid Professional 600 Stand Mixer

Features:

  • The power hub
  • 26 additional attachments (you have to buy those separately)
  • Easy one hand, lever that release the head of the mixer
  • Auto safety lock when head is lifted and lowered
  • Bowl-lift design
  • 6-quart polished stainless steel wide-mouth bowl with contoured steel handle

 

Specifications:

  • Wattage- 575w
  • Height- 41.9cm
  • Width- 26cm
  • Weight- 11.3kg
  • Speed selection- 10 speed variables
  • Bowl size- 6.9L
  • Max Capacity- Yeast dough up to a mixed weight of 2.2kg (4 x 450g loaves)

 

Breville Scrapper Mixer Pro Stand Mixer

 

Features:

  • Lift assist handles on the mixer head and base allow for easy handling and maneuvering
  • ‘Tilt-release’ button releases the mixer head into the open ‘tilt-back’ position for easy removal and addition of ingredients, attachments, and mixing bowl
  • LED speed indicator LEDs illuminate to display the selected speed/mixing task
  • 12 speed control dial ‘pause’ function temporarily stops the mixer and pauses the timer
  • Internal cord storage located in the rear of the mixer. Cord pushes into the mixer base for convenient and tidy storage
  • LCD screen with timer so you can set the timer to count-down according to a specified receipt time before automatically switching off
  • Attachment shaft attaches the scraper beater, flat beater, wire whip and dough hook
  • 2-piece pouring shield minimizes spattering when mixing and adding ingredients
  • 5 quart stainless steel bowl
  • Bowl locking recess securely locks the bowl in place for safety and stability when the mixer is in operation

Specifications:

  •  Watts- 550w
  • Height-
  • Width-
  • Weight-
  • Speed selection-
  • Bowl size-
  • Max Capacity-

What you should look for:

  • Powerful motor with plenty of Tort
  • Wide ‘c’ shaped splash guard that easily comes on and off
  • Wide bowl
  • Big Vertical Handle
  • Wide shaped attachments that reach all areas of the bowl
  • Wide range of speed levels from slow hand mix to fast whisk speed

 

What I would recommend:

If you are cooking or baking constantly through out the week I would recommend buying the Kitchen Aid Mixer Pro 600. The Kitchen Aid Mixer Pro 600 can handle the daily use and tough work. If you baking just as a hobby and not as often, I would recommend buying the Breville Scrapper Mixer Pro. It can covers all areas of the task that you set it on and can handle average quantities. If you don’t what to spend so much on a stand mixer i would recommend the Kitchen Aid four and half quart classic pulse.

  Podcast link:

https://docs.google.com/a/gccc.qld.edu.au/file/d/0B0LGVLZfQvijMS1KX0pWZEZlVlk/edit

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