Kenwood Food Processor

I took the plunge and purchased my very first food processor! I wasn’t really sure why I wanted to buy it, but in the back of my mind, it made me feel a little bit chefy! Anyway, I got it from my local supermarket when it was on special offer, however in hindsight and when checking online that evening I found it was even cheaper on Amazon!

Firstly, WOW! These things are great,  they chop, puree, blend, slice and mix. This one has several attachments and can pretty much do the lot! If you want finely chopped onions, peel them and chuck them in! If you want to thinly slice spring onion, let her rip! I think I literally chopped, blended, and pureed pretty much my entire fridge over the first few days. In the days that followed I was less liberal with its use, however, have got to the point that I couldn’t live without it now.

Whilst this one isn’t the most expensive, it is still very sturdy and has safety devices in place to stop you from doing any real damage to yourself. As an entry-level processor, I can’t fault it. If you haven’t already got one, then I highly recommend this one (not my one though)! You can check it out by clicking the images above and if you want the boring manufacture blurb carry on reading.

  • The interlock can be found on the bowl itself and the processor will not activate unless engaged properly
  • Wattage: 400W & Weight: 2.17kg; Cord storage & Dishwasher safe parts
  • 1 speed plus a pulse action. Allowing you to control your blending speeds and achieve the perfect texture
  • 1.4-litre capacity making it ideal for preparing large meals
  • The stainless steel knife blade is made from non-degradable stainless steel so it will not rust or go blunt. it can be used for coarse or fine chopping, pureeing, coarse blending and processing cake mixtures
  • Body & Bowl material: Plastic; Size (cm): 27.5L x 15W x 17.5H
  • Working bowl dry capacity: 0.8kg & Working bowl liquid capacity: 

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