Philips is one of the brands I trust the most – clean design, effectiveness and a good value for money. For example, my Philips toaster is over 10 years old now and still works perfectly. When it comes to kitchen machines, the brand offers cheaper models, which are perfect for small households, but also premium ones. In fact, I still dally over the Slow Juicer from Philips (too expensive for me right now). Usually, I tend to invest in a premium machine, which will last longer and has more power. Therefore, my new Philips juicer HR1921/20 is a great compromise of a standard and premium model – medium size, steel and most importantly easy to clean.
– in collaboration with Philips
Philips juicer HR1921/20
The juicer comes in 6 pieces, which you can simply mount and dismantle after usage for cleaning. Before the juicing it is recommended to use the QuickClean function to prevent that pulp will stick to the inner side of the juicer. Turn it on level 2 and let some water pass through. Also, you can use this function to quick clean the juicer after usage. What I really like about the Philips juicer is the fact that there are two levels:
- Level 1 for really clear juices
- Level 2 for less pulp and more roughages
The only disadvantage is the diameter of the filling funnel and you need to cut some vegetables a little smaller. However, the power wins over.
above the easiest way to core pomegranates is in a bowl of water
Juice recipe beetroot – carrot – pomegranate juice
For 1 glass of beetroot – carrot – pomegranate juice I used:
1 beetroot (best is not to use precooked ones)
Juice addiction Philips juicer HR1921/20
Philips HR1921/20 juicer here