What should I look for when buying a kneading machine?
Whether you’re an amateur baker, a baking novice or a master baker, a kneading machine will help you prepare the perfect dough for fresh, fluffy bread or soft cakes. Therefore, when buying a kneading machine, you should ask yourself the following questions:
- What should be the capacity of the machine? So, what is the amount of dough I will be working with?
- How powerful is the motor?
- And how many working levels can I set?
- How long is the kneading time before the machine gets too hot?
- What material are the components of the machine made of?
- Is it also possible to add other ingredients during the kneading process?
- Is the kneading machine stable?
- What about the volume of the device during the kneading process?
- Does the dough stick to the bowl wall or dough hook?
- Is the kneading machine easy to clean?
- What is the design/color of the device?
- Is there a guarantee for the longevity of the kneading machine?
- What attachments does the kneading machine include? Are there accessories?
For us it is important to offer you for your home the kneading machine that we are convinced is one of the best.
Either when you purchase your flour mill, sooner or later you will find out about a kneading machine to match your Salzburg flour mill. If you have already asked yourself the above questions, you must not forget the following: quality and many years of experience also count!
With the Ankarsum Assistant Original from Sweden count, as with
our Salzburg grain mills
, the long durability, performance, handmade quality and tradition.
This kneading machine is the first Swedish-made food processor that was first introduced in 1940. Over the years, the machine has been equipped with a more powerful motor, infinitely variable speed control and overload protection.
Here you can take a look at the Ankarsum Assistant Original, which by the way is available in 14 different colors >>
We wish you another great day and all the best with your kneading machine purchase!
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