One of the more niche but useful items in my kitchen is the immersion blender my husband purchased for me from Aldi around 2014. For the past five years, I’ve primarily used it for one thing, and that is to make homemade tomato soup in my slow cooker. I make the soup using diced tomatoes, onions, and carrots cooked in a seasoned chicken broth, and when the soup is done, I puree it until it’s smooth and add cream and Parmesan cheese. My hand blender from Aldi helps me achieve just the right smooth texture for this favorite soup good on cold fall or winter evenings.
My hand blender was sold under the discontinued Kitchen Living product line from Aldi, and now Aldi sells what looks like an identical blender under its newer Ambiano line of kitchen products.
What We Know:
Aldi’s Ambiano Hand Blender with Chopping Bowl (Product Code: 51215) cost $19.99 in 2019. The Aldi set costs less than most similar ones sold on Amazon.
The 2019 hand blender’s features include:
- 3-cup chopping bowl and whisk
- Two speed settings: low and high
- Stainless Steel shaft and blades
- Dishwasher safe attachments and accessories
- Works for chopping, mincing and grinding
- Comes in Black or White
We found a manual for the 2018 model here. The 2018 model came with a three-year warranty serviced by Tempo USA (Customer Care USA). We’re not sure if the 2019 blender comes with a warranty, but we assume it probably does.
What We Don’t Know:
While we have had a good experience with an older model of Aldi’s hand blender with chopping bowl, we have not used the most recent model and can’t speak to how well it works. We also don’t know if it comes with a warranty, but we guess it probably does.
Do you have experience with Aldi’s Ambiano Hand Blender with Chopping Bowl? Share your thoughts in the comments.