KitchenAid 700-Watt 12-Cup Food Processor

If you spend a lot of time in the kitchen with your food prep, the a food processor might be just what you need to help speed up that prep time. With the KitchenAid 700-Watt 12-Cup food processor, you can do everything from slicing and dicing vegetables to kneading bread to pureeing some tomatoes for a homemade spaghetti sauce.

Key Features

The KitchenAid model has a large 12-cup work bowl as well as a smaller 4-cup bowl with matching blade. The larger bowl will likely be used for most of your needs, but the mini-bowl should also prove to be useful.

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The KitchenAid food processor has dual feed tubes to handle all the vegetables that you put into it. With it’s quiet 700-watt motor, this little appliance can really add some convenience to your cooking routine. It can chop, dice, slice, puree and knead. And it does not take up much space on your kitchen counter.

Several attachments and other items come packaged with the KitchenAid unit for your convenience. You get plastic cleaning tool/spatula, a dough blade, a slicing disc, a shredding disc, a mixing and chopping blade, an accessory storage case, a recipe guide and instruction booklet.

Pros & Cons

This unit takes up a lot less space than many other brands. That makes it perfect for people living in a small apartment or people who just do not have a lot of room on the counters in their kitchen. However, this is still a rather large machine and may even need to be stored in a cabinet for people with a lack of space. It is a rather heavy appliance, which means that you will not want to move it around with each use if you do not have to do so.

The addition of the mini bowl is perfect for processing smaller amounts of food and liquids, however there is some leakage when it is used. However, there is also some leakage with the main bowl around the lid when there is liquid in the bowl, such as when pureeing.

The sound or lack of sound, with the KitchenAid 700-Watt processor is a big benefit. Unlike most food processors which are really loud, you can’t even here this unit in the next room when it’s on. This is perfect for people who might have sleeping kids in the house or elderly parents sleeping in the house.

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