Oster FPSTMC3321 3-Cup Mini Chopper with Whisk, Black
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- 3-Cup capacity
- Stainless Steel S- blade
- 2 Speeds - Hi and Low
- Drizzle hole on the lid for adding water, oil etc during chopping without having to remove the lid
- Convenient Cord Storage
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Note also that this processor chops DRY food. I made the mistake of trying to puree a tomato. When I removed the bowl, tomato juice ran out the bottom all over the processor and the kitchen counter. The center post is just too short for the tall bowl, so liquids run out as soon as you lift the bowl up. The only way to avoid this mess would be to lift the entire food processor, then tilt it (while holding the blade back) so that the food runs out of the bowl into your container.
A whisk attachment comes with this processor, but it's good only for whipping cream. I used it to whisk eggs, and ended up with another leaking mess.
Appearance: Really cute.
Sturdiness: Plastic bowl is thick and sturdy, like my full size KitchenAid. The KitchenAid and Cuisinart mini-choppers have made their bowls flimsy. It also has a decent weight so doesn't jump.
Chopping ability: If you put in 1/2 an onion at a time (2 quarters), totally flawless and quick. If you put in a whole onion, cut into quarters, you have to keep opening it to move things around to get to all the big pieces. If you put in a whole onion cut into 1/8s on high, and you're too impatient to open it up repeatedly, you will eventually get a perfect puree with no big pieces. If you put in 2 raw carrots cut into pieces, it gets to all of them without making juice out of them, though it takes some time and it left 1 bigger piece, but so does my KitchenAid.
Clean up: Really easy. I just ran it under the water, wiped with a soapy sponge, and it took 30 seconds.
Summary: None of the mini-choppers that I have seen look good: the two good brands have made their equipment flimsy, even the ones sold at fancy department stores. And all mini-choppers have the limitation that they can only do a certain amount, and you can't just press a button and walk away: you have to press the button over and over until it's done. So I figure I may as well spend half as much and get this one. There is a new Hamilton Beach (Hamilton Beach 72705 Deluxe Food Chopper, Black) that I just found on Amazon that may be good as well. Get a small (~7 cup) food processor, or a food processor with mini-bowl insert. If you get a mini-chopper, get one of the less expensive ones.Read more ›
While I had some complaints about the Cuisinart DLC_2 I had before, mainly motor strength, this one is no where near the machine that is. I would absolutely recommend that machine over this one.
If any manufacturers actually read this, what the market needs is a small food chopper that isn't a toy. I want a small machine, but with a bigger motor and a few of the additional features of a professional device.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
We had a Hamilton Beach before, much better.
Blade rises up and comes off spindle when trying to chop food like chocolate (even chocolate chips)... Read more
Absolute garbage. I had moved and decided I needed a new mini chopper. I just used it for the first time. It got stuck and I had a horrible time getting it out of the base. Read morePublished 3 months ago by BibiLuv
I bought this mini-chopper from a big box store, with the hope of using it to make some healthy recipes that called for a food processor or chopper. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Hannah F
Capacity is 3 cups, however blades are not angled, so if you put food in to chop, only the little bit at the bottom near the blades will get chopped. Read morePublished 5 months ago by ebradley127
This gets bad reviews.. But I love it. When it fails, I get another one. For the cost, it does what it needs to do for me! I love it as a single person.Published 7 months ago by C. J. Larson
it does not work at all. suppose to be new in original package. when I plugged it in nothing!!! I am so upset & disappointed, I will not buy anything again.Published 8 months ago by Joanne
Just like other reviews, worked for 15 seconds and died. This is my second one that died on the same day of arrival. Sparks from the unit and was only chopping warm peas.Published 8 months ago by Kyle Haindfield
Read reviews here and still bought this chopper.
It does pulse when you push the button. It is easy to use and clean. Read more