frother


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frother

(ˈfrɒθə)
n
1. (Cookery) cookery a utensil or substance which is used to froth a liquid, esp a utensil for frothing milk
2. informal an excitable or easily provoked person
Translations
vaahdotin
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Ninja Coffee Bar Single-Serve System with Built-In Frother (CF112) Pro's: Ninja XL hot & cold multi-serve tumbler makes it pod-free with a built-in frother in true ninja fashion, brewing classic, rich, iced or cafe brews in a single or double, which can fill your travel mug.
Nespresso Expert&milk has a fully integrated Aeroccino 3 milk frother in line with the design and finish of the machine and will indulge all milk lovers with the wide variety of milk recipes.
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Steam, air and milk are then mixed together in a frother, creating milk foam for a cappuccino, latte macchiato or a regular latte.
The frother can be used to heat milk, make chocolate milkshakes or to add frothy milk to coffee.
Club members also have the choice of ordering the ORCA Milk Frother, Chocolate Syrup, and small/large Double Wall Glass Sets to enhance their espresso experience.
Labour's Stephen Kinnock, attacked for buying a milk frother for his office, bagged a PS278 sofa.
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Alternatively, you can use the milk frother on your coffee machine to make the mulled apple juice.
The Aerolatte milk frother let's you feel like your favorite barista has set up shop in your kitchen.
The inaccurate readings meant that sometimes not enough compressed air was being piped into the frother unit.
Other features include a variable milk frother to create your favourite cappuccino or smooth latte with ease.