For the absolute lover of crisp, golden, melt-in-your-mouth, french fries or even thick cut chips, any little contribution to obtaining perfection is worth the effort or perhaps in this case, worth the simplification.
For a small family with no real need for a full size food processor, a medium sized 6 to 9 cup may just what you need. A balance between space saving and food handling capacity, these are the best food processors you can get.
Food processors have found their way in to our kitchens from the multitude of tasks that they are capable of performing, from grating to dicing to shredding and the list goes on.
Unlike their larger counterparts, mini food processors are small, sweet and simple in their approach and tasks. Although unlikely to take on the vast jobs suited to the larger machines (check out our recommendations here), mini food processors hold their own extremely well for jobs that require their versatility.
Although not strictly a kitchen necessity, food processors have worked their charms in to our kitchen counter tops simply by contributing their multi-level skills.
The idea to make long noodles out of vegetables seems somewhat bizarre. It is however a practise that has been occurring in East Asia for quite a while, with examples from the long strips of mooli, served as a platter cleaner after sushi, or the traditional South East Asian Yee Sang – made of strips […]
The KitchenAid is a hefty investment for a serious Amateur baker. As we talked about the choices (link to old post) when considering a cake mixer, an important consideration was also the adaptability of the machine to other functions.