What do you like to make with your immersion blender?
pear / 1715 posts
Mostly use it to puree potato soup. Also, soups and sauces that I need a smoother consistency. I've also used it on baby food on occasion, as the stick is super easy to quick rinse off.
apricot / 445 posts
I just got one a couple months ago. So far I've only used it an Indian sauce in the instant pot...
pomelo / 5224 posts
I made a curried butternut squash soup last week. I don't use it very often but I feel it earns it's spot in the kitchen.
pear / 1992 posts
We have a Yeti cup that’s wide enough to fit ours all the way to the bottom and it’s perfect for making milkshakes without dealing with the blender!
I like others also use mine to make blended soups (butternut squash, broccoli, mushroom cream). I’ve also used it for dips like homemade hummus if I don’t want to get out the food processor- it wasn’t as smooth but I didn’t mind.
cantaloupe / 6014 posts
I use it weekly for pureed soups, or salad dressings.
pomegranate / 3977 posts
We use ours daily- mostly for soups. But also personal smoothies, dips like tahini or eggplant.
persimmon / 1255 posts
Any favorite blended soup recipes?
persimmon / 1179 posts
Depending on what I have on hand, I like to make some version of EatingWell's green soups:
kiwi / 623 posts
@lindseykaye: genius! I need to see if mine is big enough.
I use it primarily for vegetable soup. I also use it to make cashew sauce. Sometimes fruit purées also. It is definitely a necessary kitchen accessory for me; it’s one of the things I bought first when I moved away from my parents.
grapefruit / 4007 posts
Beans! I will never eat canned refried beans again.
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