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Ninja Auto IQ BN800UK

Food Processor, 1.8L, 1200W BPA-Free, Turbo/Pulse Function, Dishwasher Safe Parts, Lid with Feeder



Donaghy Bros
Robert Dyas
in 22 stores
Food Processors KitchenAid 5KFC3516BER

KitchenAid 5KFC3516BER

Food Processor, 0.83L, 240W BPA-Free, Turbo/Pulse Function, Dishwasher Safe Parts

Freenet Electrical
in 10 stores

3 things to consider before buying a food processor

The size of the bowl varies between models, so consider how you plan to use the food processor:

  • For sauces and smoothies, a smaller model of 1–2 litres is usually enough.
  • For kneading dough for example, a larger model may be necessary.

The bowl size also determines how much space a food processor will require. If you live in a small space or don't have room to store a larger model, a smaller one may be the best option. Just make sure you choose a model that's powerful enough to do what you need it to.

Depending on your needs, it's a good idea to check which accessories come with your food processor. Common ones included are a dough hook, shredder disc, whisk, and universal knife. Less common accessories are a citrus press, egg whisk, meat grinder, and different cutting and chopping attachments.

For tips on when to use a food processor (and when it's better to leave it in the cupboard), have a look at this guide.

Most food processors nowadays have dishwasher-safe parts, but there are exceptions. If you prefer not to wash the parts by hand, it's worth choosing a food processor that can be cleaned in the dishwasher.

Additionally, consider the design of the machine, not only for its aesthetics but also for practical reasons. If it has many small and confined spaces, food might accumulate in those areas. Cleaning these small spaces can be challenging and time-consuming.



The food processor is a multifunctional kitchen machine that can be used for everything from shredding fruit and vegetables to mixing dough and making sauces. It's the kitchen's all-rounder. Among other things, dough is especially convenient to make in a food processor because it saves your arms and joints and makes the bread bake both more efficient and comfortable. You can also grind peanuts or shred vegetables in no time.

Most food processors have an engine that sits under the heater, the motor spins, and you can attach various accessories and knives to it. When you start the food processor, these will begin rotating. Depending on the accessory you use, for example, the goods will be torn, kneaded or cut. The accessories for a food processor are available in many different variants and serve all possible purposes.

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