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Use food processor to chop chocolate? - Houzz

With practice, I've been able to get decent results chopping onion and peppers in a food processor - its a question of not putting in too much and 'pulsing' the blade. Even then there are always a few larger pieces that need to be chopped again. They also work well with mushing up garlic - but you have to be doing enough - like 10-20 cloves. When I'm making a batch of 12 quarts of tomato/onion ...

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50 Most Popular Food Processors for 2021 Houzz UK

Magimix Blender Mix Food Processors: Slice, Grate, Chop, Whisk, Blend, Bake, the possibilities are endless. Robust, 30 Year Magimix Motor Guarantee, powerful and efficient, ultra-quiet induction motor with a reassuring 30 year guarantee manufactured in France. All parts and accessories are also manufactured in France and are covered by a Magimix 3 Year Guarantee. Simple to use three 0%

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Can a Food processor chop chocolate? - Answers

11/02/2009  Chocolate can be chopped in a food processor, but it is best done at a medium speed or with short pulses, so that the chocolate doesn't get heated up and melted. Wiki User ∙

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what do most of you use to 'chop' veggies for ... - Houzz

I use an "onion chopper". Basically it's a grate of blades that you set your veggies on and they get pushed through (and therefore finely chopped) when you push down on the lid. I made 4 batches of Annie's Salsa this summer and that chopper was indispensable. I tried using my food processor for relish -- I just hated the way all the pieces ...

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Chocolate - Chop CraftyBaking Formerly Baking911

Do NOT use a food processor. When using chocolate that has been formed into wafers, there's no need to chop beforehand. CHOCOLATE BLOCKS 1. If you have a large block of chocolate, it's best to cut off a portion of it to avoid cutting your hand, overhandling and melting it. To do: Place the chocolate on a dry, plastic cutting board. If you use a wooden cutting board, make sure it is really dry ...

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Grating chocolate: Hand grater, or Cuisinart? - General ...

03/08/2004  Grating chocolate: Hand grater, or Cuisinart? I have a recipe that requires grating 12 ounces of dark chocolate (chocolate will be melted). Is it easier to grate in the food processor, or on a hand grater? If I go with the food processor, should I use the grating disk, or chop the chocolate in small pieces and use the chopping blade?

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12 Easy Ways to Use a Food Processor Kitchen Essentials ...

27/01/2021  Looking to cut your cooking time in half and keep a few extra coins in the bank? A food processor is the perfect cookware addition, as it's a time-crunching,...

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Food Processor Attachments Explained - Which?

Blendermix, Maxi Blend or blend canopy - some food processor brands make a special blending tool that can be used in the main food processing bowl. These are used in conjunction with the knife blade to blend soups more effectively. They work by changing the way the processor blends - the idea is that it prevents ingredients from moving to the side or top of the bowl so the final result has a ...

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Do You Grate or Chop Carrots For Carrot Cake? - Houzz

1 tsp grated orange rind. Preheat oven to 350. With a mixer Beat eggs, add oil and buttermilk, sugar and vanilla. beat to combine. Stir together flour, salt, cinnamon and baking soda and stir into batter. stir in pineapple, carrots and raisins. Pour into a greased 8 by 13 pan or 2 greased round 9 inch cake pans.

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Use food processor to chop chocolate? - Houzz

With practice, I've been able to get decent results chopping onion and peppers in a food processor - its a question of not putting in too much and 'pulsing' the blade. Even then there are always a few larger pieces that need to be chopped again. They also work well with mushing up garlic - but you have to be doing enough - like 10-20 cloves. When I'm making a batch of 12 quarts of tomato/onion ...

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50 Most Popular Food Processors for 2021 Houzz UK

Magimix Blender Mix Food Processors: Slice, Grate, Chop, Whisk, Blend, Bake, the possibilities are endless. Robust, 30 Year Magimix Motor Guarantee, powerful and efficient, ultra-quiet induction motor with a reassuring 30 year guarantee manufactured in France. All parts and accessories are also manufactured in France and are covered by a Magimix 3 Year Guarantee. Simple to use three 0%

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Can a Food processor chop chocolate? - Answers

11/02/2009  Chocolate can be chopped in a food processor, but it is best done at a medium speed or with short pulses, so that the chocolate doesn't get heated up and melted. Wiki User ∙

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what do most of you use to 'chop' veggies for ... - Houzz

I use an "onion chopper". Basically it's a grate of blades that you set your veggies on and they get pushed through (and therefore finely chopped) when you push down on the lid. I made 4 batches of Annie's Salsa this summer and that chopper was indispensable. I tried using my food processor for relish -- I just hated the way all the pieces ...

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Holiday food treats to share? - houzz

Take the dough out of the fridge and let stand on the counter 10 minutes before rolling to about 1/2" thick and cutting either into 1"x4" "fingers" or 2" squares with a fluted pastry wheel or into round cookies with a round biscuit cutter (I use the fluted ring from my 4" tart pans), or press the dough into a single large circle (a 10" removable-bottom tart pan is perfect) and use a fork or ...

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Chocolate - Chop CraftyBaking Formerly Baking911

Do NOT use a food processor. When using chocolate that has been formed into wafers, there's no need to chop beforehand. CHOCOLATE BLOCKS 1. If you have a large block of chocolate, it's best to cut off a portion of it to avoid cutting your hand, overhandling and melting it. To do: Place the chocolate on a dry, plastic cutting board. If you use a wooden cutting board, make sure it is really dry ...

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Can food processors really dice veggies? - Houzz

Peel garlic and place in a food processor with tomatoes and onion. Puree until almost smooth. Pour 1/2 cut vegetable broth onto baking sheet and scrape up any browned bits. Transfer both the broth and the puree to a larget pot. Add 5 1/2 cups broth, kale, thyme, and bay leaf to the pot. Bring to a

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Grating chocolate: Hand grater, or Cuisinart? - General ...

03/08/2004  Grating chocolate: Hand grater, or Cuisinart? I have a recipe that requires grating 12 ounces of dark chocolate (chocolate will be melted). Is it easier to grate in the food processor, or on a hand grater? If I go with the food processor, should I use the grating disk, or chop the chocolate in small pieces and use the chopping blade?

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12 Easy Ways to Use a Food Processor Kitchen Essentials ...

27/01/2021  Looking to cut your cooking time in half and keep a few extra coins in the bank? A food processor is the perfect cookware addition, as it's a time-crunching,...

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Best food processors 2021 – top 10 models tested for fast ...

28/07/2021  Best food processor for sturdiness: KitchenAid food processor 3.1L, £193. Best 2-in-1 food processor/stand mixer: Bosch CreationLine Kitchen Machine, £449. Best food processor for bakers: Kenwood FPM810 MultiPro Sense food processor, £229. Most compact food processor: KitchenAid 2.1L food processor, £179.99.

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Use food processor to chop chocolate? - Houzz

With practice, I've been able to get decent results chopping onion and peppers in a food processor - its a question of not putting in too much and 'pulsing' the blade. Even then there are always a few larger pieces that need to be chopped again. They also work well with mushing up garlic - but you have to be doing enough - like 10-20 cloves. When I'm making a batch of 12 quarts of tomato/onion ...

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50 Most Popular Food Processors for 2021 Houzz UK

Magimix Blender Mix Food Processors: Slice, Grate, Chop, Whisk, Blend, Bake, the possibilities are endless. Robust, 30 Year Magimix Motor Guarantee, powerful and efficient, ultra-quiet induction motor with a reassuring 30 year guarantee manufactured in France. All parts and accessories are also manufactured in France and are covered by a Magimix 3 Year Guarantee. Simple to use three 0%

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Can a Food processor chop chocolate? - Answers

11/02/2009  Chocolate can be chopped in a food processor, but it is best done at a medium speed or with short pulses, so that the chocolate doesn't get heated up and melted. Wiki User ∙

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what do most of you use to 'chop' veggies for ... - Houzz

I use an "onion chopper". Basically it's a grate of blades that you set your veggies on and they get pushed through (and therefore finely chopped) when you push down on the lid. I made 4 batches of Annie's Salsa this summer and that chopper was indispensable. I tried using my food processor for relish -- I just hated the way all the pieces ...

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Holiday food treats to share? - houzz

Take the dough out of the fridge and let stand on the counter 10 minutes before rolling to about 1/2" thick and cutting either into 1"x4" "fingers" or 2" squares with a fluted pastry wheel or into round cookies with a round biscuit cutter (I use the fluted ring from my 4" tart pans), or press the dough into a single large circle (a 10" removable-bottom tart pan is perfect) and use a fork or ...

View More

Chocolate - Chop CraftyBaking Formerly Baking911

Do NOT use a food processor. When using chocolate that has been formed into wafers, there's no need to chop beforehand. CHOCOLATE BLOCKS 1. If you have a large block of chocolate, it's best to cut off a portion of it to avoid cutting your hand, overhandling and melting it. To do: Place the chocolate on a dry, plastic cutting board. If you use a wooden cutting board, make sure it is really dry ...

View More

Can food processors really dice veggies? - Houzz

Peel garlic and place in a food processor with tomatoes and onion. Puree until almost smooth. Pour 1/2 cut vegetable broth onto baking sheet and scrape up any browned bits. Transfer both the broth and the puree to a larget pot. Add 5 1/2 cups broth, kale, thyme, and bay leaf to the pot. Bring to a

View More

Grating chocolate: Hand grater, or Cuisinart? - General ...

03/08/2004  Grating chocolate: Hand grater, or Cuisinart? I have a recipe that requires grating 12 ounces of dark chocolate (chocolate will be melted). Is it easier to grate in the food processor, or on a hand grater? If I go with the food processor, should I use the grating disk, or chop the chocolate in small pieces and use the chopping blade?

View More

12 Easy Ways to Use a Food Processor Kitchen Essentials ...

27/01/2021  Looking to cut your cooking time in half and keep a few extra coins in the bank? A food processor is the perfect cookware addition, as it's a time-crunching,...

View More

Best food processors 2021 – top 10 models tested for fast ...

28/07/2021  Best food processor for sturdiness: KitchenAid food processor 3.1L, £193. Best 2-in-1 food processor/stand mixer: Bosch CreationLine Kitchen Machine, £449. Best food processor for bakers: Kenwood FPM810 MultiPro Sense food processor, £229. Most compact food processor: KitchenAid 2.1L food processor, £179.99.

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