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Kenwood FP920 3 Litre Multi Pro Food Processor, 1 kW - Brushed Stainless Steel

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  • Powerful 1000 W motor with Dual Drive system for a more compact footprint
  • Brushed metal body with large 3 Litre bowl capacity and 1.5 Litre glass liquidiser able to crush ice
  • Variable speed control to cater for the processing functions
  • 'Kenstore' on-board storage system for accessories including spice mill, julienne disk and rasping disk
  • Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging
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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand Kenwood
Model NumberFP920
ColourSilver
Item Weight3.3 Kg
Product Dimensions24 x 39 x 22 cm
Capacity3 litres
Power / Wattage1800 watts
MaterialStainless Steel, Plastic
Number of Speeds8
Special FeaturesCord Storage
  
Technical Specification
Additional Information
ASINB000AAGOY6
Best Sellers Rank 240,025 in Kitchen & Home (See top 100)
Shipping Weight10 Kg
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Date First Available1 Jan. 2002
  
 

Product Description

Product Description

This stylish, brushed metal family-sized food processor has a patented space-saving design to make it the perfect fit for your kitchen. Versatile: The Multipro FP920 comes with its own 1.5 litre glass blender for mixing excellent shakes, smoothies and cocktails. There's also a twin geared whisk and a dough tool, so you can also use your Multipro to add a light, professional touch to homemade pastry, cakes and bread. Performance: This powerful, 1000W model offers up to 34 separate processing functions and includes a full set of slicing and grating discs for creating perfect salads and vegetable dishes. It also comes with a generous 3.0 litre bowl, and glass multi mill to cater for all your food prep needs.

Box Contains

  • Kenwood FP920 Multi Pro Food Processor
  • 1.5 L glass liquidiser
  • Multi-mill
  • 3 Litre capacity bowl
  • Coarse shred/slice disc
  • Fine julienne disk
  • Fine shred/slice disk
  • Maxi blend canopy
  • Dough tool
  • Full product instructions

  • From the Manufacturer

    Kenwood FP920 3.0 Litre 1000 Watt Multipro Food Processor

    Kenwood products are developed with one theme in mind: making life simple. The FP920 Multipro lives up to that promise, supplied with a range of attachments to tackle almost any food preparation task you are likely to need. The FP920 has a high-quality brushed metal body, a powerful 900-watt motor, a large capacity (3-litre) bowl and a glass liquidiser. With this machine in your kitchen you can impress your friends and family with delicious soups and milkshakes made using the liquidiser, while mixing your own curry pastes and chopping herbs, nuts and breadcrumbs is as simple as it gets using the multi-mill. The stainless steel chopping blade can also be used to make delicious dips and even the lightest of cake mixes. You can even try making your own bread with the dough tool.

    Speed Control

    The FP920 food processor's powerful 1000 W motor provides continuous speed, giving you a quick and easy way to prepare your food with precise and consistent results every time. As well as the powerful motor, this food processor has variable speeds and a pulse function, which helps you conquer those stubborn ingredients.

    Dual Drive System

    The unique Dual Drive system, which you will find in any Kenwood food processor, will allow you to run the food processor at the same time as the blender from the same power base. This food processor includes everything you would expect from a premium food processor and is the perfect kitchen helper.

    Blender Capacity

    The large 1.5 L capacity liquidiser allows you to take on stubborn ingredients to create the perfect fruit smoothie or homemade soup for the whole family.

    Bowl Capacity

    With a 3 L bowl capacity, the Kenwood FP920 food processor lets you process plenty of ingredients so that you can produce a variety of delicious dishes with ease.

    Safety and Convenience

    The Kenwood FP920 food processor not only is functional but also takes safety into consideration. The non-slip feet and safety-lock feature ensure it is safe and easy to use in the kitchen as well as being completely dishwasher safe for simple cleaning.

    Tools

    The FP920 comes with a range of tools including a 2 mm and 4 mm slicing disc, knife blade, fine julienne disc, extra-fine disc, dough tool and metal dual whisk to tackle all your kitchen tasks.


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    I am delighted to write that the FP920 is now my best friend in my kitchen (apart from my Aga). The FP920 has taken all the hard preparation work out of cooking. I actually look forward to cooking meals, as I know it will only take a few minutes to prepare. The cutters and shredders work well when slicing all manner of vegetables and for grating cheddar cheese. The cutting blade is excellent for chopping up onions (no streaming tears anymore)and I include the garlic when chopping up onions because I hate cleaning out my garlic press after use. The only disappointment is the julienne disc in which I found that the french fries were too small. In my opinion, this disc is suitable for julienne vegetables but not the potato.

    The main cutting blade also makes light work of cake making; takes no time to rustle up small cakes and scones and the cutter is also excellent for chopped vegetables. I also found the smaller bowl to be useful for smaller amounts.

    I have used the grinder to chop nuts, dates and grind coffee beans. All were satisfactory. The coffee beans can be ground from coarse to fine depending on your preference. All of the equipment I have used so far has been excellent in its use as a kitchen aid, though I have not used the citrus press as yet.

    I do agree with the lady who said you have to ensure the mixing bowl is in place before the machine starts up. I also spent about 10 minutes in which I thought I would have to return the item as faulty, before realising that I had not clicked the bowl into position. The spindle was a bit of a nuisance initially as it is not fixed. You have to take care when removing the bowl so as to control the spindle's movement.

    The blender is excellent for soups, drinks and breadcrumbs.
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    I bought the Kenwood FP920 after much searching for a replacement for my previous Blender/ Food Processor that I had killed while making a milkshake with Daim hard toffee bits. This one lives up to the task, not only does it make really good milk shakes and my morning smoothie, but i have made soups, salsas, marinades,the slicing discs really slices evenly, and the cheese grater is great! The citrus juicer works better than machine dedicated to this, but the centrifuge juicer is only a bonus, not that functional. Other great options are the smaller chopper and smaller blender bowls, especially nice for when you are making a lot of different dishes for parties. I find the wire wisks for the mixing option handy for whipping cream, but for cake batterI prefer my KitchenAid standmixer. The storage carosel only stores about 1/4 to 1/3 of the parts, so I have a box in a cupboard dedicated to storing parts that I use less frequently. If you want a good food processor and blender (liquidiser) combo this is for you, if you are more interested in a juicer or cake mixer, perhaps look elsewhere.
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    I got this food processor just before Christmas 2006 and I've used it a lot now. The smaller bowl which fits inside the larger main bowl is really useful for smaller quantities. There's an even smaller container for nuts and herbs and whatever you think it would do. It's supposed to be a coffee grinder too (although I haven't used that yet, but it says you can in the instructions). I expect the consistency of the blend is determined by how long you use the machine). It is really good though because it just clips onto the main part of the machine (without the spindle). Operation is two main ways. The ordinary dial which varies the blending speed, giving great control (a real boon for cooking) and if you turn the dial the opposite way, it becomes a pulse mode, thereby giving even more control. On mine the pulse didn't work with the mixer/beater type attachments but it does with the others so I think that's meant. There's a lot of attachments but once you figure out which ones will have more priority over others things seem to look better. Don't worry if the machine initially doesn't start, because most of the time it's only because of the safety features that won't allow the blades to begin whizzing until everything is locked into place, THE RIGHT WAY. It took me ten minutes to get it started and at first I thought it was faulty but a bit of figuring and things couldn't be better, so remember that before you start losing it and cursing the day you got rid of the box!!!

    The spindle which fits onto the main unit is made to come off (presumably in case you snapped it off by accident) so don't ever lose that. The main bowl fits onto that - clip the lid onto place following the safety instructions and it'll be OK.
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    I am a 64 year old male who had never made a cake, scone or biscuit in his life. I bought a Kenwood 920 food processor because the one that my wife was currently using was getting past it's best. Since taking delivery of our Kenwood I have made scones, biscuits and cakes amongst other things without any problem despite others telling me how difficult it was to make a cake successfully. Them tasks which can be undertaken with this machine and its gadgets are phenominal and i've only used half of them, and unfortunately my wife cannot get a look in. I am not a great user of kitchen electrical components as their uses are greatly over exagerated and time consuming, but this machine is somewhat different. Got to go now my christmas cake need taking out of the oven.
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