Can anyone recommend me a good mini food processor?
I only want it to chop nuts and seeds, make bread crumbs, herbs etc....so nothing big that needs to be done in batches etc....
I have googled the Breville Mini Wizz, and so far this one seems about the right size, easy to store etc.....but I was hoping to get some reviews/recommendations before I actually buy one.
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24-03-2013 10:53 #1
Mini Food Processor
24-03-2013 11:41 #2
Would you look at a stick blender with the attachment like a food processor? That's what I use all the time. It's perfect for making dips, blending baby food, but has the added bonus of the long stick mixer for doing soups, and mine came with a whisk attachment too.
24-03-2013 11:45 #3
I got the breville mini wizz - and burnt out the motor the first time I used it by chopping nuts! The motor really isn't powerful enough for nuts
I have one of the stick blender/processor ones now like mentioned above - it's much better. I desperately want a really powerful one though so I can make nut butters!
24-03-2013 16:35 #4
I have the sunbeam stick master pro which is great as it has a mini blender, whisk and stick blender attachment but I use a coffee grinder for nuts, herbs and whole spices etc - much stronger blades
24-03-2013 18:18 #5
Is the Sunbeam stickmaster strong enough to do nuts? Without it burning out?
24-03-2013 18:45 #6
I've got the Russell Hobbs mini processor which so far has been good for; nuts, breadcrumbs, vegetables, crushed ice etc.
I also find the size handy enough for my needs.
24-03-2013 19:54 #7
02-04-2013 08:51 #8
I ended up buying the Cuisnart Mini Prep Processor (from Amazon).
It is strong enough to do any nuts/seeds without burning out
It's compact and just the right size for what I need and storage.
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