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Hamilton Beach 10-Cup Food Processor, ChefPrep with 525-Watts (70610A)
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- Dishwasher safe bowl, lid and blades
- Large 10 cup capacity
- Process more in less time
- 500-watts/2 speeds plus pulse control
- Reversible slice/shred disc
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ChefPrep Food Processor (70610)
Whether you're cooking for one or two or prepping food for a crowd, the ChefPrep Food Processor is indispensable. Its powerful motor takes a variety of processing jobs from small to large with ease. The chopping/mixing blade is perfect for coarsely chopping, finely mincing, mixing or pureeing food to a smooth consistency. When you need to slice or shred, attach the reversible disc. As you process, suction cups on the bottom hold the ChefPrep Food Processor in place. When it’s time to put the processor away, its cord storage area is a welcome convenience.
- Chop, slice, shred, mix and puree food with ease
- Large 10 cup capacity lets you process more in less time
- Feed chute fits a whole block of cheese to reduce pre-cutting
- Powerful 500 watt motor with 2 speeds and pulse
- Dishwasher safe bowl, lid, food pusher & blades
Processing Tips & Techniques
To slice or shred cheese, select firm cheese such as cheddar, Monterey jack or Swiss. Place cheese in freezer for 30 minutes before processing. For a uniform consistency when chopping, leave room in the bowl for the food to be tossed around. For the best results when chopping, mincing or pureeing fruits and vegetables with the chopping/mixing blade, do not exceed the maximum food amount (2 to 3 cups). To julienne vegetables, slice food first, then remove from the bowl and restack the vegetables. Pack into food chute to make matchstick-cut vegetables.
Warranty Protection & Customer Care
For your peace of mind, the ChefPrep Food Processor comes with a 1-year limited warranty and your questions are supported by a toll-free call center located in the U.S. If something goes wrong or you need help, call and talk directly with our operators to receive prompt, friendly support.
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The way that this machine works is very similar to the Robot Coupe, and the blade works just as well, much to my surprise! I've run salsa and a from-scratch salad dressing (with fresh herb and veggie ingredients, pureed, as the base) through this so far, and I'm very impressed. Yes, the machine is lighter-weight, but those suction cups on the bottom work like a charm, and they really are easy to disengage when you're ready to move the machine. The bowl and lid are slightly thinner than a top-of-the-line unit, but are more than adequate, and fit together well. The blade is SHARP, and although it's thinner than a Coupe blade, it's also ingeniously angled in a way that allows it to perform as well or better- the results with this machine are similar to the professional machines. (I committed The Cardinal Sin of Processing with this tonight- dropped a bunch of ground spices in the bottom of the bowl, added fresh herb leaves, and then dumped mayo on top- and it all incorporated PERFECTLY, on pulse, with no scraping! If you're experienced, you know what I'm talking about! There wasn't any skudgey-sludge at the bottom- it did exactly what it should, and a combo of fresh-ground cumin, dry garlic powder, and fresh-ground pepper didn't create a hellish paste at the bottom of the bowl, after exposure to liquids. It blended CLEAN, with fresh cilantro, and then mayo and buttermilk! I know, *GASP*, right?! I did have to do a top-of-the-spin-line swipe with a spatula, but that was IT. Even a Robo doesn't do that, 9 times out of 10.) This machine could easily puree stuff to a liquid, if that was what was wanted, but for raw ingredients for salsas and other chop-jobs, the pulse function is perfect, and works just like a Coupe.
Do I sound like I'm impressed with the design? Yes. Yes, I am. Mightily.
So far, I'm delighted- the design is sound, the processor does what it should, and does it well. For chopping, and fine-chopping, this is great! I wish that this had been around when I was a new mom- I batch-cook foods, and pureeing tiny, tiny amounts with a stick-blender to make baby foods was a pain in the back pockets! Just as the professional models do, this one would be ideal for making purees, in any consistency. This machine holds a respectable amount of liquid and semi-liquid foods, about 6-7 cups, and chops stuff up like a dream- if you're cooking for a household of guys, kids, or folks who need particular textures, this is going to save you a lot of work. It's a sound design, it doesn't leak, and the fail-safes are good. It's a great buy, and I'd recommend it for anyone who wants a machine that will help them with their prep work.
I'm not sure how well this would work for mixing doughs, but you know, I've never bothered to use a food processor for that- that's what stand mixers and your own two hands are for. If you want to make pasta, get a pasta machine- processors are for prep-work, not heavy stuff like that. Most of the items that *should* be worked with in a food processor really don't stress the motor much, so I suspect that this machine's going to do well for my family for a good, long time. Need to chop 3 onions and slice a bunch of celery fast, for that pasta salad for the Boy Scout banquet? THAT'S what this is for. Salsa for the Superbowl party? Yep, that's what a processor does. Family reunion, and you're doing a slaw? Yeah, this will shred those carrots, and fine-slice that cabbage. Pasta dough? No. Only if you're using a machine that's rated for it! Don't expect miracles from a light-duty machine- if you're needing something rated for heavy-duty stuff, get the right machine, and don't complain. This is a prep machine, and it's perfect for just that. The name says it all.
I also use it frequently to make mashed cauliflower, and homemade dog food for my dog. I really love how quickly it makes everything.
In addition, the bowl is quite large, and I love the suction cups on the bottom of the unit, holding the unit steady onto the counter so there is no chance of it moving, tipping over, etc. Highly recommend!
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this works good. Only 4 stars because it slices very thin.Read more