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Recipes

Fresh Garden Salsa

A great-tasting fresh salsa keeps customers coming back for more. With a high-performance commercial culinary blender, making fresh salsa is a snap—20 seconds or less of blending time. It's easy to experiment with smooth and chunky versions simply by adjusting the blending time and speed. 

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Topics: Featured, Feature, Food, salsa, Mexican, tomato, Lime juice, orange pepper, garlic, basil, Culinary blenders

Singapore Satay Sauce - Peanut Sauce

Satay is a popular dish in Southeast Asia, particularly in Indonesia, where it has become a national dish. This version of the well-known peanut dipping sauce for satay brings a Singaporean twist, provided by our partners in Singapore, JELCO. This dish was featured during the FoodAsia2016 show at the Singapore Expo in April. 

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Topics: Food, Singapore, Recipes

Cilantro Edamame Hummus

Hummus doesn't have to mean chickpeas—edamame can also be the base of a flavorful paste that's perfect for dipping, roll-ups, or anything else a chef can imagine. This recipe is an easy side for any kitchen with a high-performance commercial food blender. And it's the kind of unusual dish that gets customers talking and keeps them coming back. 

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Topics: Featured, Feature, Food, hummus, cilantro, Lime juice, edamame

Yellow Pepper Vegan Hollandaise

Executive Chef Ron Pickarski has been combining vegetarian dishes and classical French techniques for decades. Classical French cooking is based on the canon of the five mother sauces: espagnole, velouté, béchamel, tomato and hollandaise. Pickarski adapts the same sauces to use in his cooking. With a food blender, he makes hollandaise with vegan margarine, roasted yellow pepper and tofu, all blended with lemon, salt and pepper. The beauty of this vegan hollandaise is that it can easily be heated or reheated to serve, he says: "You can't do that with a traditional hollandaise. Once you make it and heat it you have to keep emulsifying it."

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Topics: Vegan, Featured, Vegetarian cuisine, Food, Hollandaise, Yellow pepper, French, Culinary blenders

Papaya Seed Dressing

Using a powerful high-performance commercial culinary blender is the key to emulsifying the ingredients, resulting in a smooth and satiny texture. This Hawaiian-inspired salad dressing is a fresh accompaniment to greens or citrus.

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Topics: Featured, Food, Recipes, papaya, salad, dressing, Culinary blenders

Lemon-Lime Sauce

Your customers may not expect much from a side dish of fruit salad. Raise the bar by dressing up fresh fruit with this lemon-lime yogurt sauce. Use your Hamilton Beach Commercial Juicer to create this refreshing sauce. Lemon-lime sauce can be stored covered and refrigerated for up to three days. 

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Topics: Featured, Feature, Food, Recipes, lemon, sauce, lime, juice

Green Onion and Cilantro Butter

This tangy butter is the perfect finishing touch to Southwestern-inspired menu items. Serve over pork tenderloin, grilled corn or fish.

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Topics: Featured, Feature, Food, Recipes, onion, cilantro, butter, Culinary blenders

Vegetable Purees

Freshly made vegetable purees serve as a versatile base for hundreds of dishes. For vegetable soup, for instance, combine vegetable puree with enough chicken or beef stock to make a soupy mixture. Gently heat in saucepan until warmed through.

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Topics: Featured, Feature, Food, Vegetables, Recipes, puree, Culinary blenders

Lime-Mint Dressing

Lime and mint lend a tropical spark to any dish. Offer this flavorful dressing with mixed green salad, or use it to create a fresh take on grilled chicken or shrimp.

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Topics: Featured, Feature, Food, Recipes, mint, dressing, lime, juice, dijon

Ancho Chile Butter

Seasoned butters make an excellent topping for any roasted, broiled, or barbecued meat, poultry, or fish. This recipe for Ancho Chile Butter can be made up to four days ahead and refrigerated up to a week.

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Topics: Featured, Feature, Food, Recipes, chilies, butter, Culinary blenders

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