Hamilton Beach 10-Cup Food Processor, ChefPrep with 525-Watts (70610A)

May 3, 2018 - Comment

Product Features Dishwasher safe bowl, lid and blades Large 10 cup capacity Process more in less time 500-watts/2 speeds plus pulse control Reversible slice/shred disc

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Product Features

  • Dishwasher safe bowl, lid and blades
  • Large 10 cup capacity
  • Process more in less time
  • 500-watts/2 speeds plus pulse control
  • Reversible slice/shred disc

Comments

AA says:

Just an excellent value. This Hamilton Beach 70670 Chef Prep 525-Watt Food Processor is a great value – works great and is relatively inexpensive. We have had this for about three years now, and still works well. While this can slice and shred many vegetables such as carrots and potatoes quite well, we use this mostly for blending pastry mixes and cold butter cake icing (as pictured). The motor has ample power and the feed chute is big enough to be used comfortably. The design is elegant and modern – minimalist, one…

H. K. Rodman says:

I’m a former chef, and I’m very favorably impressed with this food processor! I took everyone’s reviews of just about every processor out there under consideration, and thought that maybe I should wait, and try to save up for the gold standard of my former profession- the Robot Coupe. However, I quickly realized that if I were to try to save up for one, there was a fair chance that I’d see the Pearly Gates before I ever saw that much money to spare. This was the closest in description of operation and in appearance to my beloved Coupe. (I left the professional culinary…

Helene S. says:

Makes nut butter in a snap! I am really in love with this machine. I use it at least several times each week. When shopping for a food processor, I knew I needed one that would make homemade nut butters without taking too much time, and I took a chance on this Hamilton Beach unit. This machine makes nut butter in just a few minutes, very easily. I have friends and relatives who literally have to let their machines run for 15 minutes to get the nut butter to the correct consistency. Mine took less than 5 minutes. You…

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