Using Splatter Shield of a Stand Mixer

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Learn how to use a splatter shield accessory of a stand mixer from our catering and standing mixer expert in this free cooking video on using a stand mixer.

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Video Transcript

The splatter shield is good for a number of things. First the title splatter would make you think that it's going to keep everything inside this isn't always true although it helps a great deal. One of the best things it's for is when you're incorporating ingredients while the mixer is already on. So if you're whisking something you can just pour your ingredients in while it's mixing and you don't have to worry about them traveling to far a field. This works much better with liquids than with using flower or sugar other drier ingredients have a tendency to still be able to kind of splatter a bit. Cause they are more of a powdery texture which it's still going to come up but if you're using adding liquid ingredients this could be invaluable. You can see how this is caught splatters of the water on the edge so this is what you are trying to avoid and getting that out. However if you are adding in dry ingredients after liquid they are probably going to stick to your splatter shield. So while it's useful for many things it's not a cural and you still have to take into account what you are adding and how fast your mixer is going before counting on the splatter shield to keep everything inside.


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