Hamilton Beach 70820 Stack & Snap Food Processor 8-Cup with Built-in Bowl Scraper

April 27, 2018 - Comment

Make everything from salsas to nut butters with the versatile Hamilton Beach Stack & Snap Food Processor. Fast, easy and quiet to use, this food processor lets you chop, puree, slice, shred and knead dough. It’s designed to be uniquely simple: there’s no twisting, turning or locking required when assembling it. Instead, it’s as easy

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Make everything from salsas to nut butters with the versatile Hamilton Beach Stack & Snap Food Processor. Fast, easy and quiet to use, this food processor lets you chop, puree, slice, shred and knead dough. It’s designed to be uniquely simple: there’s no twisting, turning or locking required when assembling it. Instead, it’s as easy as stacking the bowl onto the base, then snapping on the lid. The large chute can fit bigger pieces of food, like a whole block of cheddar for a batch of mac ’n cheese. The built-in bowl scraper saves time by eliminating the need to stop and scrape the bowl during processing, so food always stays close to the blades for even results. You can even process liquids, like soups and vinaigrettes, without worry because the bowl’s motor hub is sealed and the lid is lined with silicone to prevent leaking. All attachments are dishwasher safe for easy cleaning.

Product Features

  • VERSATILE PROCESSING: Choose between two speeds plus pulse and five attachments for slicing, shredding, chopping, pureeing, scraping and kneading
  • EASY ASSEMBLY: Stack & Snap design requires no difficult twisting or locking
  • BUILT-IN BOWL SCRAPER: The BPA-free, 8-cup bowl has a built-in bowl scraper to save time and eliminate the need to stop processing and use a spatula
  • LARGE FEED CHUTE: Fits a whole block of cheese for quick, easy processing and less prep time
  • CONVENIENT STORAGE: Case included for attachments can be stored multiple ways. Cord storage in the base keeps things tidy

Comments

Kort says:

Competent Compact Food Processor I really like the Hamilton Beach 70820 Stack & Snap Food Processor, but it isn’t quite the ultimate kitchen tool. It’s more compact than my heavier Kenwood model, but has a slightly larger footprint than a standard blender. The 8-cup bowl should handle most foods easily and the ergonomic paddle controls are minimalist and efficient. It was packed well, and after taking out the parts and rinsing them in hot, soapy water, I was ready to go. Be careful when handling the blades, they are quite…

Heather LaRee says:

Powerful, Efficient, Internal Scraper, Easy-to-Use This Hamilton Beach 70820 is replacing my 38 year old Cuisinart Food Processor (that was on its last legs).I ran all of the attachments through the dishwasher (top rack) to pre-clean.We shredded carrots and zucchini — which was an easy breeze.My husband also chose the coarse setting and it shredded 7 carrots easily with speed.We made a recipe for a high protein no-sugar mini-loaves…Using the dough blade, I combined all of the wet ingredients…added…

Rob Holland says:

All in all a strong performer This is a really nice and powerful food processor. We have a 12-cup KitchenAid model that has been our workhorse for about 15 years, and have no complaints with its performance. This new Hamilton Beach promised some new features and an innovative design, so we ordered one. We were quite surprised at how powerful and versatile it is. For instance, with the reversible shredding blade, it polished off an 8-oz block of cheddar in about two seconds. No kidding. And it left very little cheese residue…

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