Molecular-R Siphon R-Evolution Gadget Spotlight

One of the essential tools for contemporary cooking is a siphon. Siphons are typically known for making sodas or seltzers. In modern cooking, siphons are used for more than preparing carbonated drinks. These are often used to prepare culinary foams and other aerated dishes.

Molecule-R has created molecular gastronomy kits for the home cook. They are great for putting everything you need in these kits.  There are a few different kits you can purchase, and one of them has a culinary siphon and additives to make some fun foams and more! It is called the Siphon R-Evolution.

Here is the info on this kit:

This “do-it-yourself” kit contains everything you need to enjoy the full creative potential of our culinary whipper.

It comes with a beautifully designed culinary whipper, a 10-recipe booklet, 6 gas cartridges and 3 food additives in pre-measured sachets that will help you boost your creativity!

XANTHAN GUM can be used to replicate the binding effect usully provided by the fat of whipping cream so that it is now possible to create an incredibly tasty low-fat whipped cream. Thanks to AGAR AGAR, you will also be able to serve warm mousses as appetizers or side dishes and our COLD SOLUBLE GELATIN will add an exquisite melt-in-the-mouth effect to your desserts!


Contents in the kit:

  • 1 culinary whipper (0.5l) with its 3 decorative nozzles and 1 cleaning device
  • 1 booklet of recipes
  • 3 food additives (15 sachets)
    • 5 sachets / net 20g – Cold Soluble Gelatin
    • 5 sachets / net 5g – Xanthan Gum
    • 5 sachets / net 10g – Agar-agar
  • 1 pack of 6 N2O cartridges

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Natural texturing agents can now be used to add a creamy touch to your desserts, cocktails, appetizers or side dishes.

 SIPHON WHIPPING: Create light and creamy mousses and espumas

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You can pick this kit up at Amazon – Molecule-R Siphon R-Evolution Kit

About Steve Cylka

Steve is the author of The Black Peppercorn. He is a recipe developer and food photographer. His recipes have been featured on websites like Bradley Smoker, Times Picayune, Buzzfeed, and Basil & Salt. He has also authored and co-authored a couple cookbooks.

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