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KitchenAid KFP740WH 9-Cup Food Processor, White

3.6 out of 5 stars 84 customer reviews
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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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Product Description

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KitchenAid Model KPF740 Food Processor is a powerful and durable tool for creative cooking. This model features a 9-cup work bowl, 4-cup mini bowl, tall feed tube and pusher, powerful motor, easy-to-clean design, and a hassle-free replacement warranty.

Product Information

Color:White
Product Dimensions 21.5 x 15.8 x 10.4 inches
Item Weight 20.3 pounds
Shipping Weight 20.3 pounds
Department Cookware
Manufacturer KitchenAid
ASIN B0002MH3LK
Item model number KFP740WH
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3.6 out of 5 stars 84 customer reviews

3.6 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #364,373 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
#643 in Kitchen & Dining > Small Appliances > Food Processors
Date first available at Amazon.com September 14, 2004

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I decided to buy a new food processor when the bowl on my Cuisinart food processor broke and I found out how much a new one would cost. After reading reviews on various websites I purchased a Kitchenaid 740 processor. So far I have been very pleased. I love the small mini-bowl for chopping small portions and its ease of cleaning. The machine is quiet and has worked well. The reason I am rating it 4 instead or 5 stars is because of the the following issues: one is that the the slicing blade makes fairly thin slices, and two is that you cannot put more than inch of liquid in the bowl-- a problem if you are going to make soup.

These issues can be lived with and I am enjoying my processor.
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I have had this since March and liked the look of the food processor. I chose the KA over Cuisinart b/c the KA looked more sturdy. The KA is very heavy, which is a good thing and the 9 cup is the perfect size. Not too big and not too small. It shreds an 8 oz block of cheese in 3 seconds. I have used it for shredding cheese, carrots, and grinding grahmn crackers, bread crumbs, and chicken. I haven't actually learned how to make it so the food processor doesn't completely pulverize the food to little pieces.
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My mother bought me my first food processor some 20 years ago. When it finally gave up the ghost, I decided I needed to replace it. I spent some time reading the reviews of various models online and was impressed with the comments about the KitchenAid 9-cup processor. Since I have a KitchenAid power mixer, I am familiar with the quality and strength of this product. When Amazon.com offered me an unbeatable deal on the 9-cup processor, the choice became easy to make!

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!
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I own a 12 cup kitchen aid processor and I was so happy with it that I thought my mother could use one on a smaller scale. I purchased the 9 cup model for my mother. After using my mother's I realized I could have save myself quite a few bucks because unless you are cooking for a crowd the 9 cup model is perfect size.
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So I did much research before purchasing this product. I read tons of reviews, went to the store to look at it up close and personal. I have to say, I have had it only a month or so, but it is everything I could have wanted in a food processor. It is easy to clean, the blades are sharp (careful!), the speed is perfect, and the attachements/slicer blades work well too. Here are some helpful tips that others (reviewers) complained about:

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!).

5 stars!
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I bought this to replace my cuisinart duet (the gear box on it kept breaking - but blender worked great). I absolutely love it. I use it almost daily for everything from shredding cheese to combining dry ingredients for pancakes, etc. (works a lot better than trying to stir or sift). Its overall footprint isn't too large, so it doens't take up too much counter space. It feels sturdy - just like a Kitchenaid should! Between this and my Artisan standmixer, Kitchenaid has earned a loyal customer!
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I bought the KitchenAid 9-cup food processor KFP740 in December of 2005. I have used it carefully, kept it clean, never dropped or damaged it, and not used it all that often actually. Fourteen months after I purchased it, the large plastic bowl began to deteriorate. Little pieces started breaking off it. I wrote the company, and they said they could do nothing except tell me where to take it for repairs. Now, 20 months after I bought the food processor, it has totally died. The handle came off in my hands, and as I examined it, it crumbled into dozens of plastic pieces. The machine is completely unusable now. It looked nice and ran well as long as its cheap casing lasted--but beware if you want this to survive beyond warranty.
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