Is it conceivable that one kitchen appliance could actually change your life? Indeed it can, if it’s the KitchenAid Food Processor. Whether you’re someone who cooks daily or once in a while, this state of the art food processor is designed to have multiple functions from the simple to the heavy.
If like me, you are a garlic addict and live off of healthy stir-fries, you can imagine the time savings in being able to load the KitchenAid Food Processor with a hundred garlic cloves at a time and get them finely minced in just a minute. As fast as I have become with my chef’s knife through my years at culinary school and beyond, I hate to admit that I can’t quite compete with KitchenAid in speed. Throw that finely minced garlic into a clean Tupperware with a heavy drizzle of olive oil and dash of salt and you’ve got the most convenient basis for your daily stir-fries.
You want to shred blocks of cheese? Purée vegetables into a soup? Slice potatoes thinly and consistently? Knead dough for cookies or bread? Shred meats or vegetables restaurant-style? This superpower food processor does it all, accurately, cleanly and quickly. An ultra wide tube allows for easy additions of ingredients with no mess.
If you’ve ever had the displeasure of using other food processors other than KitchenAid, you might be all too familiar with that ear-piercing grinding noise and less than confidence-inspiring shaking of the appliance’s body that makes you cower in fear of an impending food and blade explosion. Sturdy and heavy duty as appliances get, KitchenAid is well worth every dollar of its price tag, especially when you consider that it will serve you faithfully for at least a good 10 to 15 years.
It bears noting that the work bowl included is BPA-free (Bisphenol A).
Clean-up is easy as nothing sticks inside the containers or blades and a quick wipe of the body leaves this stellar food processor in gleaming condition. Whether you want to save time or create gourmet dishes, this is one kitchen appliance that will make you seriously wonder how you ever lived without it before.