The best hand mixers will make you never want to use a stand mixer again. Our guide outlines the best hand mixers in Malaysia that you can purchase.
We love cooking and baking. We also like to experiment with new recipes, but sometimes we don’t have the energy (or patience) to whisk butter and sugar together until it’s light and fluffy.
Nor do we want to pull out our giant bowl mixer and take up a ton of kitchen space. Oh, the agony of whipping up our favorite treats.
That’s when a hand mixer comes in handy. To spare you from this kind of kitchen torture, we went on a testing adventure so that you can find a primo Malaysian hand mixer for your kitchen.
To learn more about the five best Malaysian hand mixers we’ve tested in 2021, keep reading.
1. KitchenAid 5 Speed Hand Mixer (RM619.00)
The KitchenAid 5 Speed Hand Mixer is great for preparing a wide range of recipes. This portable mixer also has a convenient storage area, allowing you to keep your mixing kit together on the go if needed.
This hand mixer selection is compact, lightweight and easy to carry. It features a powerful motor. Yet, it won’t run up your electric bill.
Although the hand mixer has five speeds, nine-speed mixers are more versatile. Also, make sure that you break it in if you buy it. Sometimes, flakes fly off of new units.
2. Khind/ Milux Hand Mixer (RM50.00)
This hand mixer features a six-speed motor and a turbo function, making it a bit more versatile. For the price, that’s not a bad deal. It also features rust-proof beaters and a dough hook.
I’m hard-pressed to find a con for this functional, portable hand mixer. (Come on! It’s a hand mixer.)
3. Sharp 300W Hand Mixer (RM79.00)
The hand mixer comes with two dough kneading hooks. Also, its parts are dishwasher safe.
Like the Khind/ Milux entry, the Sharp 300W Hand Mixer also features a clever pushbutton release. Also, you can upgrade to a bowl mixer with an optional mixer stand accessory.
The manufacturer only rates this hand mixer for 10 minutes of continuous use. As a result, you may want to stay away from the Khind/ Milux hand mixer if you go hard and heavy in the kitchen.
4. Philips 200W Daily Collection Hand Mixer (RM86.00)
This hand mixer comes equipped with stainless steel dishwasher-safe attachments. Also, Philips makes it using a modern, chic color, something different for hand mixers.
The Philips 200W Daily Collection Hand Mixer only features three speeds, so it’s not quite as versatile as are other options. Also, although it has an attractive color, it’s a shame that you only have one color to choose from.
5. Kenwood 450 W HandMix Hand Mixer (RM147.00)
Despite its power, the Kenwood 450 W HandMix Hand Mixer is quite the featherweight. It only has three speeds, but it does have a pulse function.
Like the Khind/ Milux Hand Mixer, there’s little to complain about here.
Making the Most of Your Hand Mixer
You can prepare a remarkably wide range of foods with a hand mixer. It’s a wonderful tool for mixing cookie dough or cake batter.
It’s also great at whipping cream and eggs. You might also try your hand at whipping up your own icing with your new hand mixer.
Of course, the most common use for a hand mixer is whipping boiled potatoes. It’s the easiest way to make mashed potatoes.
Hand mixers have a solid reputation in the kitchen. For frequent cookers, they’re an essential and practical food preparation tool.
However, hand mixers do have limitations. For instance, there’s one drawback that’s associated with hand mixers, no matter how powerful.
It’s very difficult to mix food and batters with a heavy consistency with conventional hand mixers—unless your wrist is strong enough to fight the torque. That being the case, why use a hand mixer in this instance?
Should You Toss Your Old Blender?
There’s also another kitchen tool that competes with the hand mixer—the blender. You might wonder if a hand mixer can replace your trusty smoothie maker.
Well, the answer is—not so much.
There are some things you can make with either a blender or a mixer. For instance, you wouldn’t make mashed potatoes in a blender. Likewise, you wouldn’t make salad dressing with a hand mixer—unless it’s a thicker dressing.
Again, you also don’t want to use a hand mixer with food items of thick consistency. Alas, a hand mixer is a great addition to the kitchen, but it’s important to use the right tool for every culinary job.
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Now you know more about the five best Malaysian hand mixers we’ve tested in 2021.
We hope you’ve fulfilled your craving for learning more about cooking for the day. If not, we’ve got more awesome reviews. Also, if you need ideas of what to whip up with your new hand mixer, visit our recipes section for plenty of great baking ideas.