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Euro-Pro EP91 Quad-Blade Food Processor


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  • Advanced Quad-Blade technology provides consistent, even chopping results
  • Powerful 800-watt motor; 1,100 watts on turbo pulse
  • Includes quad chopping blade, dough blade, 2 shredding blades, 2 slicing blades, french fry blade, 2 blade holders, spatula
  • Adjacent blade and accessory storage compartment with locking lid
  • 6-cup capacity work bowl; 1-year limited warranty

Product Description

Product Description

Euro-Pro Quad-Blade Food Processor

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This powerful food prep center chops, slices, dices, shreds, and kneads up to 6 cups of food in its plastic work bowl to fulfill all your chopping needs in a single unit. The blender’s unique Quad-Blade technology combines a processing vortex equipped with 800 watts of power and four strong blades so even foods that are notorious for chopping unevenly in a food processor, such as onions or ice, come out in uniform chunks. Two speed settings—low or high—let you control the exact texture of chopped food and a pulse button gives an extra blast of power (up to 1,100 watts) to quickly finish off a chopping job.

In addition to chopping vegetables, the usual fare for a food processor, the Quad-Blade blends cookie and pastry doughs, kneads up to 1-1/2 pounds of pizza or bread dough with the included dough blade, grinds meat or poultry for making burgers, and crushes ice into miniscule chips for cold drinks or snow cones. The processor also comes with five different slicing and shredding attachments that are held in place by a disc. A fine shredder preps cabbage for cole slaw, carrots for raw salads, or hard cheeses to top pasta, while a thicker shredder grates shoestring potatoes for grilling, mozzarella cheese for pizza, or iceberg lettuce for tacos. Two slicer attachments come in thick and thin widths for creating uniform slices of cucumbers, carrots, or potatoes. Finally, a French fry blade cuts potatoes into perfectly spaced squared pieces for dropping into a deep fryer. A feeding tube lets you continue to add food while the processor is spinning and a food pusher lets you put the right amount of pressure on food to get uniform slices.

The Quad-Blade processor comes with an adjacent storage compartment that houses all the blades, blade attachments, and a spatula. For safety, the storage compartment has a locking lid and the food processor has suction-cup feet that keep it from shifting across the countertop when it’s processing. This food processor is covered by Euro-Pro under a 1-year limited warranty. --Cristina Vaamonde


Product Details

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  • Product Dimensions: 17.1 x 13.8 x 12.1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 11 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B0000C4COC
  • Item model number: EP91
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #466,805 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Customer Reviews

It's really too bad because it was an awesome machine!!!!!
L. Scott
I'm going to call the customer service number (800)798-7398 tomorrow and see if they will sell me a new one.
Brian Schafer
I tried the company web site for info but it doesn't even recognize the model number.
Donna

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on January 4, 2004
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I ordered this food processor from Amazon.com so the shipping was completly free for me and it arrived via UPS within 4 days or so. I am VERY VERY satisfied with the chopping capabilities of this food processor. It chops onions like a dream and lets me take out the blades and the cup without every spilling anything! Last night I made some chicken vegetable soup, and usually the prep time took me atleast half an hour to chop all the vegetables, but with this machine it took me less than thirty seconds flat, I put the onions, the carrots, the peppers, tomatoes, and potatoes directly into the food procesor all at the same time and I got perfectly uniform pieces in seconds. I LOVE THIS MACHINE.
There is the problem of the power cord, I have to pull it out and push it back in, yes, but atleast like other machines I have owned, I dont have to wrap it around the appliance hoping the cord will stay in place. The storage space seems less than the infomercial, but thats ok as well. As for the recipe book, I really prefer using my own recipes so that doesnt bother me either.
Overall, the chopping quality puts all other food processors to shame and comparing the price of this one to a Cuisinart or a Kitchenaid etc, I feel this is a bargain!
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22 of 24 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 9, 2003
It is just endless what you can do with this machine... I love the twin blade system.. It chops better than anything I have ever seen.. Euro Pro is always on!!!!!!!!!
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Brian Schafer on October 6, 2004
The thing works great except for the lid broke and I need a new one. The little plastic piece that holds the prong from the blades fell out. It was cheaply made.

I'm going to call the customer service number (800)798-7398 tomorrow and see if they will sell me a new one. I haven't used it that many time and washed it by hand so I don't know why it broke.

If they send me a new one I'll update this review and post the number. The website on the owner's manual is useless, by the way, the only products on that thing are vacuums.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By J. Bonavita on January 28, 2005
I didn't even know of this system, I got it as a gift from my husband. Before ths I used my mom in laws black and decker if I needed a proscessor. This blows that one AWAY!!

I don't have this same model, the one shown looks better than mine! The model I have only gives you a small blade storage compartment on top, it does not have a large opening to store everything in like this one does. The blades DO all fit in the storage, you just have to know how. YOu can't throw them all in piled up on top of each other any which way. You have to place them one across the other in a 'X' shape and then they all make a neat pile that fits nicely in the storage area.

I love that the suction cups hold this on the counter. I LOVE how the thing chops, its like lightning! It is very easy to put together, the top fits like it is supposed to and I have had no problems operating the thing at ALL! I saw on another site that someone complained that they broke the blade that holds the slicing disks because it is cheap plastic. That is not true. I mean it is plastic but I don't know what else it could have been made of! The blade has a large circumference and a small spindle in the middle so of course if you ram the food down the chute against the blade with all your arm force, it is probably possible to push the blade down and snap it. But that is not necessary! All I have to do is BARELY press on any food and it is immediately pulled thru the blades. No excessive force is necessary to operate or slice anything here!

The only complaint I have is that this is sort of loud. I guess the 800 watt motor has to make some noise..but it is rather loud.

I think this is a great buy and terrific value. My husband bought this at a Sears store and I found it on line for $35 cheaper.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on December 30, 2003
I was very surprised reading the other reviews for this product. My instruction booklet came in the box with a very thick recipe book (thicker than usual with an appliance). I think it may be a box packing problem. I also had a little bit of a hard time getting it to start, but I realized that even though the lid looks lined up if you give it a bit more of a push it will really lock in. You can hear it. Once I figured out how to tell it was locked in I havent had any problem opening and closing the lid or having the unit run. I used to own a Black & Decker food processor. After using this one I could never go back. The unit has suction cups on the feet to help it stay in place on the counter. The food bowl doesnt slide and lock into the base it sets into a ridge and is sturdy. The chopping blades are good quality, the plastic wheels are durable (much more than the B&D unit I had). Now for the quad blade.... I complicated that to much trying to figure out why it was so simple to slip one blade onto the other.. but once I slipped it into the center of the processor it made sense. They really did a great engineering job on this. In my old FP I would have to cut an onion into quarters then after chopping I would have to hand chop a few pieces that didnt quite get cut up. IN THIS UNIT.. IT CHOPPED THE ONION UNIFORMLY IN LIKE 3 SECONDS!!!! No hassle. When I take the onions out I dont end up loosing a heap of them on the blades. I really cant figure out what they did to make taking the blades out of the food so easy and neat but they did it. I hated cutting the onions, removing the lid, pulling out the blades and getting cut union all over the counter, or pulling the blade out over the pan so the cut onion would fall into the pan rather than the counter.Read more ›
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