Kenwood Compact FP126 1.4 Litre Food Processor, Chrome

September 12, 2013 - Comment

Comments

Mrs. L. A. Harris says:

Very pleased This is a great compact piece of kit it looks very stylish in my kitchen. It is easy to use, however, the mixing bowl is not huge, it is sufficient for my purposes – making cup cakes for the kids. I don’t think it could cope with ingredients for a large cake.

D. Wielgus says:

Good, but not good enough I’ve decided to purchase this food processor due to the fact that it had a higher capacity bowl and I could use it as a blender too for making milk shakes etc.It looks decent and build is average, it doesn’t disappoint, but it won’t make you say wow, simply average, but in the upper level of it.As a blender and citrus juicer it works very well and i’ve made quite a few cocktails where it had to crush ice cubes. It was a mistake, as after several times I can now see slight damage to…

Pentastic "boojum100" says:

Great for the price I bought this to complement my Kenwood Chef which I inherited from my Gran, & which I love for cakes, breads, whipping & liquidising. Having watched Jamie’s 30 Minute Meals I decided I WANTED a processor particuarly to chop and grate & ‘whiz’ so went for this as looked good enough to leave out on the side (so I have actually wizzed ends of bread into breadcrumbs for freezing rather than ‘meaning to’), compact, and Kenwood make. It does exactly what I want it to – yes the bowl is not huge & if…

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