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Ways To Use A Cream Whipper & Cream Chargers

4 Unique Ways To Use A Cream Whipper & Cream Chargers

You might be thinking that a cream whipper is a tool beyond your abilities. But that’s not true, or not entirely true. Even though a cream whipper is the main utensil in upscale restaurants, its use has become prevalent in the last few years. Many amateurs want to try it. Here are a few ways to use it. 


#Hollandaise Sauce

If you ever had a hollandaise sauce at a restaurant and wondered how they made it so light, you know the answer: a cream whipper. To achieve a fluffy texture, you can put any flavoring in a whipper and aerate it. Doing so will also make the sauce go further and reduce calories (by adding air) without any sense of deprivation.

Here’s a recipe from the ISI website for whipping siphon hollandaise sauce.



This process takes a lot of time, but a cream whipper makes it easier and faster and even adds flavor to the marinate. You will need to pour the marinade inside the cream whipper, charge the dispenser, use a special injector tip to puncture your preferred protein parts, and that’s all!



This preparation is massive in modernist restaurants. Foams add flavor, texture, and a nice touch to your dish, aesthetically speaking. The three most known types are cream foams, Agar, and gelatin. This last is probably the most famous. To make a gelatin foam, first hydrate the gelatin and then disperse it into the liquid you want to foam. Pour the mixture into the cream whippeand refrigerate it for several hours so the gelatin can sit before dispensing it.


#Making carbonated fruit & drinks

If used creatively, a cream whipper can help you create myriad surprises and dramatic effects in the bar. To make carbonated fruit, we start by putting berries in the whipper - you can choose another fruit - and pressurize it with a couple of carbon dioxide cartridges. Attention: We do not use nitrous oxide chargers in this process!
Let it sit for a couple of minutes, pour the fruit into serving bowls, and voila: fizzy fruit.
Feel free to sweeten your infusion. Berries are the easiest, but you can carbonate grapes, citrus fruit, kiwi, and many others. You can even carbonate celery–it makes a fantastic garnish for a Bloody Mary.

In this video, you can see how to make fizzy fruit with a siphon.

Extra tip: add this carbonated fruit to your favorite cocktail. You can even prepare carbonated drinks if so you prefer.


Are you planning to try also some N2O cream chargers? Visit our product page for more information. Skywhip sells both the cream whipper and regulator.

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