This Philips Food Processor has a 3 in 1 compact set-up with a 2.1 L bowl, blender and grinder mill. It also has 5 stainless steel disc inserts enabling you to effortlesslya wide variety of your favorite recipes.
This Philips Daily collection Food Processor has a compact design including a 2.1L bowl and 1.75 L blender and a variety of high performance accessories. Preparing delicious homemade food has never been so easy!
- 650 Watt motor
- 2 speed settings and pulse
- PowerChop technology
Features 2 Speeds and pulse Safety lid & bowl detection Easy to assemble Stainless steel discs Break resistant jar Dishwasher safe accessories Mini chopper capacity: 250 ml Blender jar working capacity: 1L Bowl max capacity: 2L Bowl working capacity (dry/liquid): 1.2L Bowl working capacity…
What to consider when choosing a food processor
You can use a food processor for a wide variety of functions in the kitchen, reducing manual labour and tedious preparation to a matter of seconds and, in doing so, unlocking the potential for plenty of new recipes. The primary difference between a blender and a food processor is that the former is typically better suited for liquids, while a food processor can handle more solid foods and give you more consistently chopped ingredients — however the best models of food processor can handle both liquids and solids, so this is something to look out for. There are quite a few manufacturers that service Australia but the better known ones are KitchenAid, Breville and Sunbeam. KitchenAid in particular has a reputation for making some of the best processors available. These kinds of items often go on sale, so check out any specials before you pull the trigger on a full price unit.