Belfast Telegraph

Monday 29 December 2014

The 10 best food processors

1. Villaware FPVLFPSL01
£188.16, qvcuk.com Mixing, kneading and chopping are the forte of this machine, which is particularly good for large quantities.
2. Russell Hobbs Allure Ball Chopper
£39.99, russellhobbs.co.uk This innovative gadget is great for processing smaller quantities, or for making dips or purees.
3. Pampered Chef Manual Food Processor
£39.95, pamperedchef.co.uk Can't be doing with electricity? Just drop your ingredients into this manual machine and pump.
4. Cuisinart Elite
£264, ukjuicers.com A robust but quiet machine, this one excels at chopping finely and slicing evenly, as well as processing large pieces of fruit and vegetables.
5. Magimix 4200XL
£249, johnlewis.com One of the simplest processors to use. Better still, whether you want to chop parsley or knead dough, the results are excellent.
6. Magimix Le Micro
£39.95, amazon.co.uk This little star tops the Best Buy list from Which? magazine. Chopping and pureeing are a breeze and it's even good at making mayonnaise.
7. Kenwood Chef Titanium
£549.99, lakeland.co.uk If you can afford it, snap one up - it's no exaggeration to say you'll wonder how you ever managed without it.
8. Bosch MCM4100GB
£ 119.99, bosch-home.co.uk It boasts more features than most, making it one of the most multi-purpose machines in this price range.
9. Philips Pure Essentials Collection
£104.99, barnitts.co.uk Size isn't everything, as this small but multi-featured food processor proves.
10. KitchenAid Artisan
£299, Selfridges.com It's quiet, durable and highly versatile. It is so solid that it kneads without wobbling and it comes in a range of stylish colours.

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