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Cuisinart Mini Food Processor
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- Dual functionality, Patented reversible motor
- Easy to clean, dishwasher safe removable parts
- Chop and purée function - curved, sharp blade
- Grind function - flat, blunt blade
- 600ml Lexan plastic work bowl
- Robust, durable brushed stainless steel housing
- Recipes included
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Cuisinart Mini Processor DLC1SSRU - don`t let its size fool you! This ingenious little machine makes chopping, pureeing and grinding food easy and simple, making it a `must have` in every kitchen, whilst being extremely easy to store. Featuring a 1 speed, dual blade system, with a curved, sharp blade for chopping and pureeing (for garlic, onions, spices and herbs), as well as a flat, blunt blade for grinding (for chocolate, nuts, peppercorns and coffee).
The 600ml lexon plastic work bowl is strong and robust enough to take both hot and cold food, and is encased within a durable brushed stainless steel housing - for an appliance that is designed to last. The lid is designed with open slots for you to easily add or drizzle oil / water etc. through to the mixture. The DLC1SSRU has a safety lock and contains easy to clean, removable, dishwasher safe parts.
For best results:
Always cut large pieces of food into smaller pieces of even size of approximately 1.5cm, to achieve even results
Do not overload the work bowl. Overloading causes Inconsistent results and strains the motor. After being processed, food should not reach more than 2/3 of the way up the central plastic stem of the blade assembly.
Motor does not start or blade does not rotate - Check that the work bowl and lid are securely locked into place. Ensure only one control switch is pressed at a time. Food collects on lid or sides of the work bowl – You may be processing too much food. Turn appliance off. When blades stop moving, carefully remove lid and clean bowl and lid with spatula.
Food gets stuck on the blade - You may be processing too much food. Turn appliance off. When blades stop moving, carefully remove blade. Remove food from the blade and work bowl using spatula and start again.
NOTE: The product may be assembled properly but if the lid is not locked into place there is a safety cutout and the product will not work.
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Top Customer Reviews
I didn't buy for grinding whole spices as I already have an excellent grinder (Krupps Twin Blade Coffee Mill) bought for this dedicated purpose over 7yrs ago, and as I cannot comment on this function one star removed. Have done mayonnaise, hummus and guacamole with texture for each spot on.
The Amazon Market Trader I purchased from provided a good service(Grand Gadgets), ordered Sat 17th at 4.45pm it arrived this morning 20th at 8.45am.
Unlike other processors, it chops ALL the ingredients, as the blade reaches right down to the bottom of the bowl. I also love the dual function and the grind works equally as well - it ground a small handful of fennel seeds like a dream (which would be lost under the blade in a large processor).
Perfect in the dishwasher, as my large processor takes up a lot more space.
A very good buy and well worth the few extra pennies.
When I originally bought it, I thought I'd only use it for the occasional, more onerous task, such as chopping onions (which takes ages and makes me cry!). In fact, it's so simple to use that I'm almost going out of my way to find recipes that incorporate the need for food processing. Recently I've used it to make the the topping for a tomato tart (basil, mascarpone and parmesan blended into a creamy paste to spread on puff pasty, before adding tomatoes), and also to make a herb crust (apples, herbs, chili flakes, oil and lemon) to serve with pork escalopes.
The blades sit down very low to the base so that it's rare for anything to get missed when chopping. On the odd occasion it does, there's also a mini-sized spatula supplied to get down into the nooks and crannies of the bowl. Unlike larger processors I don't think it has interchangeable blades, so you won't be making dough or mixing cakes in this (it wouldn't have the capacity, anyway). But as a basic chopper and grinder, it's very good indeed.
Smart looks, with a brushed stainless steel finish, and a weighty and well-made feel. It's so small that you can leave it out on the worktop permanently, without it getting in the way, even in a small kitchen like mine. And it's very easy to assemble, disassemble and clean. I can't comment on long-term reliability having only had it for a couple of months, but so far, so impressed!
PS - If you use this to make cocktails you must crush the ice first, and alone, before adding any of the wet ingredients (no matter what the recipe says) - otherwise you'll end up with a terrible mess, since the violence of the ice-crushing forces all the liquid ingredients out through the holes in the lid! If you don't want a strawberry daquiri-coated kitchen heed my advice!
I chose this mini processor as I wanted something that would finely chop ingredients for things like thai green curry paste, quickly and without me spending ages with a knife. I researched carefully on Amazon, deciding not to go for the cheapest make but not to spend a fortune either as I wasn't sure how much I would use it. I have not been disappointed. The machine is durable and capable of whizzing up small items of ingredients quickly and effectively. There is a useful spatula for getting all the food out; the chopping blade chops herbs, garlic, chillis, ginger, onions all very finely. I often use this to chop onions on their own just to speed things up when cooking and avoid sore eyes. There are also two holes in the top so you can add oil while it's running when making mayonnaise etc.
The only down sides (and they are not major): I tried using it for grinding spices (caraway seeds) but these were really too small I think and ended up scratching the plastic bowl. I would say for that you need a proper spice grinder. It does cope well with chopping nuts etc. In general the bowl is very durable, seems to be made of a decent plastic and washes up well. The other thing is that the capacity is very small - this may seem obvious to people buying a 'mini' food processor but just bear in mind that it's really for pastes, dips etc. and not for e.g. blending soups or large quantities of anything. Does fine with an onion if I chop it into halves or quarters and often that's all I really need.
I am very satisfied with the build quality and the operation.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought it six months ago, I used it jist few times and the moter is already gone which is very diseppointingPublished 2 days ago by Amazon Customer
smaller than expected but it does what I wanted it for - ie chop handfuls of herbs and grinds nuts.Published 5 days ago by efl
Don't buy this mini Food processor, It stopped working after one use :( very disappointing, now having to send it back!Published 8 days ago by Amazon Customer
This is a brilliant little machine and is a replacement for my previous USA purchased product that eventually needed a new blade after many years of great service. Read morePublished 12 days ago by picky from yorkshire
Nice little grinder, chopper. Initially bought it to puree my baby's food while away for holidays, because it is really small and easy to take it with us, But I will be using it... Read morePublished 26 days ago by LucyPatrick
Stupidly small. Used once to blend dates and sweet potato and started smelling like burning. Also jumps all over the worktop when you turn it on. Just awful!!Published 1 month ago by Mrs. Roberts