yours for the making: part two


hi again! as i mentioned in my previous post, a few weeks ago justin & i went back to the city for a few days. we ate, we shopped, i shopped some more & we attended a KitchenAid event with chef Corbin Tomaszeski from the food network!

we got to learn all about the newest products from KitchenAid like the fancy refrigerators & dishwashers i talked about in my previous post. today, i am going to run through my favourite stand mixer attachments that were displayed at the event.

i think it is safe to say the bulk of us have a KitchenAid Stand Mixer on our counter top (i may or may not have more than one). i love that they have so many different attachments, so you can really utilize it as an investment piece. after all, stand mixers are not just for bakers!

while a lot of us are familiar with the Pasta Making Roller & Cutter Set, KitchenAid also offers the 5-Piece Pasta Deluxe Set that includes a pasta roller, spaghetti cutter, fettuccine cutter, lasagnette cutter & capellini cutter. my mom is the queen of making pasta so i know she is reading this now & adding it to her christmas wish list. an electric mixer will aid in making double the amount of pasta with how much quicker it is than the classic hand-cranked version.

the attachment that i took the most interest to was the new KitchenAid Vegetable Sheet Cutter. there are so many different vegetables people use to substitute pasta & wraps. this attachment makes that much easier. it peels the vegetables into thin sheets which would be so perfect for my favourite eggplant lasagna. Sometimes it is just too hard to peel vegetables thin enough with a knife, let alone how dangerous it can be. this attachment comes with two interchangeable blades so you can produce thick or thin sheets. like many of the other attachments, the Vegetable Sheet Cutter attaches to the power hub of any stand mixer and is compatible with all models.

what is your favourite attachment?!

this post was created in partnership with Kitchenaid Canada. #yoursforthemaking