Kenwood FPP225 Food Processor, Silver

September 9, 2013 - Comment

The Kenwood FP225 food processor is versatile yet compact, ideal for those who are looking for a product that has all the essential features without taking up all of your precious worktop space. Featuring an ‘in-bowl’ drive for increased usable bowl capacity and dual drive system for even more power. Product Features 2.1 Litre bowl

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The Kenwood FP225 food processor is versatile yet compact, ideal for those who are looking for a product that has all the essential features without taking up all of your precious worktop space. Featuring an ‘in-bowl’ drive for increased usable bowl capacity and dual drive system for even more power.

Product Features

  • 2.1 Litre bowl capacity 1.2 Litre blender 12 Functions
  • 2 Speeds plus Pulse Stainless steel blades
  • Whisk tool / Coarse shred/slice disc Full safety interlocks
  • Bowl and body material: Plastic / Dishwasher safe
  • Non-slip feet / Cord storage

Comments

Helen says:

Food Processor with attitude! I bought this a couple of weeks ago – it’s been in daily use since, a great, compact food processor which does not use up a large footprint on my limited worktop space. I just wish I could find a mini grinder/mill attachment as I’d really like to be able to prepare fresh herbs etc for freezing as well as grinding coffee beans for my daily ‘fix’! Pastry, batter, scones, biscuits, cakes, marinades, minced/ground meat – the list goes on – I have to admit that it’s made me more interested in preparing good, fresh, tasty food. The metal blade does a good job on chopping up herbs in quantity, I’ve not tried it on coffee beans as I’m a bit worried that I might blow the motor; maybe someone can settle my mind on that one. Overall, I’d rate this machine 100% on current usage and 95% on unknown quantity as I’m sure that with time, I’ll get to know its limitations…. I bought this from Amazon Direct and it was delivered within 24 hours – just ace…..

Mr. S. D. Williams "sdwill1" says:

The missing link. There is little one can say about food processors nowadays. They have been around such a long time that the functionality is well worked out and pretty standard across the board.The motor is fairly quiet – not silent but quieter than my last one although it does give off that new motor smell that hopefully will disappear with time. The last thing you need when cooking is the smell of burning lubricant – it totally ruins the mood.However one which I would like to point out which I think is just brilliant is the knife unit at the bottom of the blender twists off. This is brilliant for cleaning and the one thing that drove me crazy about my last one. Excellent!

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