Chopping can be a tiresome job (especially when it’s onions!). When you’re chopping or mincing a number of ingredients for a dish or recipe, then the prep time quickly adds up.
Choppers from our range of processors help you to break down, cut and also mix together different foods in a matter of seconds. The pulse action is incredibly satisfying, and the “in-lid” button on our models means you can’t accidentally turn it on without attaching the lid. A great safety feature.
Just because it's practical, doesn't mean it can't look good too. Choose your model in a colour that gives your kitchen a lift. From a classic black or smart silver, to a bold red or elegant white, you'll find one that makes you smile.
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No matter what your dietary requirements, there are plenty of foods you can process in electric choppers. When you need fresh herbs for a recipe, you can mince up parsley, chives of garlic for your preparations. Make breadcrumbs at the touch of a button or grind up raw meat.
Whole dishes can be created too. When you fancy a vegetable salad or soup for lunch, reach for the food processor. Give homemade pesto a go (it's amazingly fragrant), or a batch of hummus. Afterwards, treat yourself to a creamy dessert with the whisk accessory.
A food chopper is basically a compact and convenient food processor. It won’t give you such extensive options or precise results as a larger, more sophisticated model - like slicing, dicing or creating julienne strips. However, it speeds up your prep time on those everyday chopping and mincing jobs, and has the added advantage of being incredibly easy to use and clean.
Doing the work of many different knives in your home kitchen, the food chopper is a versatile choice. It can roughly chop, mince and grind for you on the ‘chop’ setting. Then, switch to the puree setting to emulsify and create sauces, soups or smoother consistencies.
You'll soon get to know your electric food processor to see which setting works for the texture you want. It's fun to experiment and taste the results.
The reason the multipurpose blades in our processors are made of stainless steel is due to its strength and durability. Stainless steel is a warrior: tough and resistant to corrosion, staining and scratching. hat's why kitchen products made with stainless steel last longer and cope with daily use and washing up. They have a longer lifespan, so you can enjoy the tools for years.
Looking for the best way to make baby food at home? You can make all sorts of nutritious and deliciously smooth vegetable and fruit purees for your little one in your KitchenAid food chopper. Switch the lever to PUREE and off you go. Create tasty blends from cooked fruits and veggies.
Just make sure you cut them into lumps of roughly 1 inch (about 2.5cm) and it will take seconds to get the results you're looking for. You control the consistency by adding a bit of liquid - whether it's water, baby milk, stock or even herbal tea like camomile. Feed your baby and enjoy the smiles along the way.
Why should only babies enjoy purée? Make a beautiful and delicate blend, like an asparagus purée, cauliflower purée or carrot and cumin as a side dish or garnish.
A KitchenAid food chopper has a powerful motor and sharp stainless steel blade to achieve a creamy texture. Your vegetable and fruit purees will be nutritious, lift the meal and look professional too.
The Mini food chopper, Food chopper 1.19L or Cordless food chopper are designed to be multipurpose. Call on them for a range of recipes and tasks - from whipping a chocolate dessert to chopping tomatoes, making breadcrumbs or mixing up a guacamole. Not only that, they're convenient to use and put away, with pour spouts and comfortable handles. You'll feel productive and ready for anything.
Make nutritious and fresh sauces from scratch at home with your KitchenAid food chopper. You can marinate, dip, bake, drizzle or just lick! Be warned: once you start, you won't be able to stop experimenting.