Video Overview | Vitamix Aerating Container Hollandaise Recipe
Hi, my name's Matt Duggan, Recipe Development Manager here at Vitamix. I'm here to introduce you today to one of our latest innovations in our commercial line, our Aerating Container. It features a unique disc blade that allows you to create different textures and techniques utilizing our commercial equipment. For more information on the Aerating Container, please contact your Vitamix Regional Sales Manager.
Vitamix 062947 Aerating Container with Disc Blade - 32 oz
Disc blade design creates dense and pourable culinary foam, flavored whipped cream, mousse, infusions, and emulsions.Check it out
Making hollandaise in our Aerating Containers is an industry time-saver. We'll be using our Vita-Prep 3 for this recipe. Let me show you how it's done. We've got six simple ingredients: egg yolks, lemon juice, salt, pepper, and cayenne, and then some whole melted butter. We're going to place the top on our blending container and place it on our blending base, and do variable one to five for about 20 seconds. Then we'll remove the lid plug and drizzle the butter through the opening while the machine is running. And just like that in under 90 seconds you've got a nicely emulsified hollandaise.
Some advantages of why I like using the Aerating Container for hollandaise is that you're able to quickly complete a hollandaise recipe on the fly. The disc blade allows for a tighter emulsion and creates a creamy velvety texture, eliminating the costly time and inconsistencies of creating a traditional hollandaise over a double boiler, which could take up to 15 to 20 minutes. Perfect to top your eggs benedict, asparagus, or in this, case roasted cauliflower.