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Cuisinart DLC-035TXAMZ Fine Grater Disc, Fits 14-Cup Processor
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- Finely grates even hard foods
- For use with Cuisinart 14-cup food processor
- For use with detachable stem; stores flat
- Safe to use in dishwasher
- 3-year limited warranty
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Stainless steel disc grates small, hard foods such as ginger and horseradish safely and easily; dishwasher safe. Requires the use of detachable stem DLC-039ATX
Save your knuckles--this Cuisinart disc grates small, hard foods such as ginger and horseradish safely and easily. Scores of tiny teeth on its surface are also ideal for grating hard cheeses such as Parmesan and Romano to a light, powdery texture--nuts and coconut, too. Precisely engineered from stainless steel, it's dishwasher-safe and comes with a limited three-year warranty.--Victoria Jenkins
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I tried using just the stainless chopping blade but the resulting consistency didn't satisfy.
I bought and tried the "standard set" of additional discs including the fine shredding disc (I wanted this disc plus the 2 mm slicing disc anyway). The result was a mass of tiny peels with too little liquid release. I then used the chopping blade on these peels which made for a "chunkier" consistency which was good (and pleasantly different) but not perfect.
Finally, I got this fine grating disc. I was concerned whether it would pulverize too much, but, instead, it proved PERFECT. Nice finely textured potato fibers and lots of liquid to drain off. To test, I added some beaten egg, pre-sauteed golden translucent chopped onions and some salt and pepper. Add a bit of flour or some parsley if you'd like. Eaten with sour cream, these pan-fried potato pancakes were yummy perfection!
Other potato types might work well also, but I utilized the Yukon Gold variety (I noticed that the potato mush created using standard white potatoes seemed to turn brown much more rapidly after grating than was the case with the Yukon Gold).
As others have helpfully pointed out, be aware that, unlike other Cuisinart discs, there are no holes which go all the way through the disc. The lines of spots seen on the photo are 'pits and peaks' which do the grating job. Instead of going through the disc, the potato mush created spins to the outer rim and down into the container.
I grated a small block of parm in about 4 minutes. I got out my pre-grated canister out of the fridge and did a taste test -- no contest, the fresh grated I just made tasted so much better. The best part is that it is super easy to clean up since the hard cheese barely left any sign of use in my bowl or in/on the disc.
This disc does not have holes in the bottom of it because it is a grate disc, not a shred disc. It grates the product finely and flings it past the edge of the disc and down the sides of your bowl.
IMPORTANT: make sure all your parts are bone dry before starting or it will clump.
Cons: Expensive. Grated cheese not quite as fluffy as hand done.
Tip: Use very light pressure for a more fluffy result. Still not like hand grating.
All in all, definitely worth purchasing.
I grated about 2 pounds of assorted cheese in minutes. Store in freezer in half cup portions for recipes.