The Electrolux Easy Stir Prevents Clumpy Food While Tending Other Dishes

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Aug 7, 2012 • References: flickr & electroluxdesignlab
I look at the Electrolux Easy Stir and I immediately think to myself "risotto." It's one of those recipes that requires a truly demanding amount of attention through constant blending. It would be so helpful to have that action mechanized.

Lisa Frodadottir Lastad
 came up with a clever culinary concept along these lines with a lovely plant-like pot mixer. It sits in the base of the saucepan, with its squiggly stem emerging and accessible, it spins to continuously agitate the heating ingredients and does so in a cutting-edge way.

The gadget's pivoting fins -- or leaves -- keep revolving under the influence of convection currents. Magnetized in this way, the Electrolux Easystir does not require any charging to work, just the right kind of stovetop. Stats for Seedling Recipe Stirrers Trending: Older & Chilly
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