KitchenAid KFP740WH 9-Cup Food Processor, White
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- 1/2-horsepower food processor with 9-cup work bowl and multipurpose stainless-steel blade
- Durable sealed housing creates sound barrier for quiet operation; pulse control
- Large feed tube; 4-cup mini bowl with blade; assortment of standard accessories included
- Base wipes clean easily; dishwasher-safe bowls, blades, and discs
- Measures 10-1/2 by 14-1/2 by 8-9/32 inches; 1-year replacement warranty
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These issues can be lived with and I am enjoying my processor.
Am I ever glad I chose this model! It is stylish, powerful and operates quietly, purring like a kitten as it effortlessly shreds cheese, kneads biscuits or chops veggies. It cleans up like a dream, too! Just a quick swish in warm soapy water and it looks just like new. The outer housing wipes clean with a swish of a sponge. It looks great on my countertop and makes meal preparation a breeze! I recently prepared a favorite zucchini casserole. I was amazed when I sliced 8 zucchini (in perfect slices, I might addd) in under 30 seconds!! I can shred an 8 ounce brick of cheese in about 3 seconds. I can make perfect pie crust in about 30 seconds. This machine does it all! I love the pulse feature for chopping veggies. The chopping bowl does not stain or retain food odors, so I can chop tomatoes, garlic, and basil for fresh tomato sauce and then I can rinse it clean and make a pie crust and there is no carry over of flavors. The dough blade makes fabulous biscuits and scones, too!
I spend a lot of time in my kitchen...or at least I used to! My kitchen time has been greatly reduced since I "hired" my new "sous-chef" to do all my food prep for me. I think I'm in love!
1. Please have some COMMON SENSE, meaning: this is a food processor not a blender. Do not use this to make soup. Buy a blender or hand blender for that. If there is too much liquid in the bowl it will spill out onto your counter.
2.people complained about getting the mini bowl out of the large bowl, easy: use a spoon or knife and put it between the 2 at the top and it will pop right out.
3.yes it can get messy. but thats what cooking is all about (well not all about....)dont over stuff it. its not perfect, no machine is.
I cook everyday- from scratch. This machine is amazing. I couldnt cook without it. There is nothing it cant do (except for soup!).
Kitchen Aid really needs to wake up when it comes to meeting the needs of customers who don't need or want large scale appliances. The housing of the KFP740 isn't any smaller than the one used for the 12-cup models so takes up just as much counter or cabinet space. On the other hand, it has only a standard mouth and a thin (2mm) slicing disk. I discovered that I could either could pay less money and get the larger model with a wide mouth cover, more discs, and a storage unit or pay $65 extra to get standard 4mm slicer and the wide mouth cover for this unit.
Even considering the return shipping charge, I decided that a 7-cup competitive unit with both the wider mouth and a medium slicing disk was a better bargain.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I've had this food processor for 3+ years, and it still works great. The bowl is still in good condition, no cracks or anything. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Abby
The person using this gift is still very happy with the results they get when they use this appliance. Fits well into the kitchen décor.Published 23 months ago by Amazon Customer
This is a smallish (9 cups) but heavy duty processor. It grates carrots without slowing down. It is easy to clean. I wish I had bought it years ago.Published 24 months ago by Martha Rush
I love this food processor.
It is awesome
I bought it because of the smaller insert so I could make baby food for my little boy. It worked awesomely. Read more
I was searching everywhere for an all white kitchen aid food processor. I has gotten a white standup kitchen aid mixer a few years back and absolutely loved it. Read morePublished on October 30, 2013 by happy pet owner
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