Kitchenaid was started way back in 1919 by the Hobart Corporation. It was their intention of supplying the restaurant industry with a countertop Kitchenaid food processor instead of the industrial ones available at the time.
The first one weighed a whopping 68lbs and as you can imagine was quite large. These days Kitchenaid have refined their food processors greatly, and now with a stylish design and powerful features the Kitchenaid food processor will be a nice addition to anyone’s kitchen.
Cool sleek designs are the order of the day, as with all Kitchenaid products. The smooth and rounded curves will be a focal and talking point in anyone’s kitchen and complete with the many colors available never look out of place.
The features on the Kitchenaid food processors are in keeping with the technological advancements in the 21st century.
- High, Low & Pulse speed options allow you to precisely and properly handle soft or hard ingredients with the touch of a button.
- The 2-in-1 Feed Tube lets you use either the large or narrower opening during continuous slicing or shredding, depending on the size of the ingredients
- The UltraTight Seal Features a specially designed locking system with leak-resistant ring that allows you to fill the work bowl to capacity with ingredients without worrying about making a mess
A Multipurpose Food Processor
Multipurpose stainless steel blades are as standard on all processors and with the sound proofing technology Kitchenaid have implemented a quieter and more peaceful kitchen is now the norm.
A powerful motor is a must in a food processor and the Kitchenaid food processors do not disappoint.
You want a food processor to do any type of task including chopping hard fruits and nuts, shredding ingredients like vegetables and mixing all types of ingredients to make the perfect foods all the time and the Kitchenaid processor will do just that and more.
As we speak the KitchenAid KFP750 12-Cup Food Processor housing a 700 watt motor (but interestingly quite) is definitely the best value for money at around $165.
When using a food processor it’s important to have a large mixing bowl and Kitchenaid have thought of that to. Most of their ranges have large work bowls with the KFP750 having a 12-cup.
Other, smaller polycarbonate work bowls are included with all the food processors which will give one more choices when smaller ingredients are to be mixed like baby food.
The bowls are dishwasher safe and the processor itself can be wiped clean. This means that germs and bacteria are no more and gives the user peace of mind when a healthy living standard is important.
Slicing, Shredding and Egg Whips
All good food processors should have accessories included in the box and Kitchenaid is no different.
Extra bowls are a must and as standard with Kitchenaid processors. Slicing and shredding discs are included to giving the user more scope when using their food processors.
Another useful utility is the egg whip which will turn those eggs into perfect consistencies before your very eyes.
A Difficult Decision Made Easy
A decision to purchase a food processor can be daunting and a difficult decision but with the aid of research online that process can be eased with independent reviews.
The Kitchenaid food processor has many online and most are happy with their purchase. Some of the less happy customers report leaking bowls, the smallest of bowls being too small and some food processors being too tall to fit under cabinets.
Once in a Lifetime
A Kitchenaid processor in the kitchen will not only be a welcome addition to a busy kitchen but be a focal point when one has guests. The different features available will make the whole experience of blending, mixing and chopping that bit more enjoyable and easy as the processors do the hard work for you effortlessly.
The Kitchenaid range of food processors can work out quite expensive but are built to last and stand the test of time so could be a once in a lifetime purchase.