We couldn’t believe we never thought about it. So you’ve just made your favorite sauce, curry or spice. You’ve decided to leave your blender or food processor while you enjoy your creation, but now you find that the leftovers of your concoction have turned into a sticky paste that’s difficult to remove.
So what are you doing? Do you use a brush or a sponge? Then you know how annoying it is to clean a blender that has been sitting on the counter for too long. Luckily we found a quick way to clean a blender or kitchen dishwasher! How to clean a blender in a minute
It’s really easy! Just follow the steps below. First, quickly rinse the machine or blender under the running water. You’ll get rid of most of the residue. To remove stubborn dirt, simply add a generous amount of liquid soap now.
Add hot water, then turn on your blender or stand mixer as usual. The device does it for you! The days of rubbing until you sweat are over. Rinse the device again to remove the soap. When you’re done, pat dry.
It’s that simple!
Another hack :
Let’s first come to an important no-go: do not put your blender jar in the dishwasher. Hand washing will keep it in pristine condition longer than exposing it to the heat and harsh detergents of your dishwasher.
The trick to cleaning your blender jar quickly is to let the motor do most of the work let work for you. If you’re a textbook reader, you might already know this. if not, here’s news for you: it’s the easiest and quickest way to descale your blender, specifically to remove residue stuck to the underside of the blade.
Fill the pitcher halfway with warm water and a drop of dish soap, then blend at full speed with the lid closed for about 30 seconds. Rinse and dry all parts. This keeps the jug clean after simple blending tasks such as smoothies, soups or sauces. Clean spills from the motor base with a damp sponge or cloth.
For particularly greasy recipes like aioli or vinaigrette, the method is the same except you need a few extra drops of soap to remove all the grease. If you still feel a greasy film after rinsing the jug, wash in the sink with warm soapy water and a bottle brush, making sure the bristles get into the corners and around the blades. Rinse and pat dry.
Peanut butter and other pasty purees can be difficult to remove from the blender bowl. As the author of our blender guide, I can
attest that scraping and washing the peanut butter off the blender bowls is the least favorite part of the testing process.
But with the right tools, it can go a little smoother (pun intended).
A long narrow silicone spatula is the best tool for scraping the gooey goo off the sides of the jug and around the blades. Fill the pitcher halfway with hot, soapy water and, with the lid closed, blend on high speed for 30 seconds. At this point you may notice that bits of dough are left in the bowl, especially around and under the knives. Place the jug in the sink (never all the way down) and use the
brush to remove stubborn stains.
Remove the cloudy mess, fill the pitcher halfway with hot, soapy water, and mix again (don’t forget the lid). Rinse all parts, clean and dry motor base.