Tefal Store Inn Food Processor
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- Vortex mixing system
- Integrated storage drawer
- 4 interchangeable cartridges for chopping, grating / slicing
- Capacity: 2L Bowl / 1.5L Blender
- Compact stainless steel body
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Store Inn by Tefal: the combination of compactness, performance and ease of use
Versatility and performance
Create domestic bliss in the kitchen with the Tefal Store Inn food processor making food preparation a breeze. From blending tasty soups and healthy smoothies, to mixing up delicious meatballs and processing fresh vegetables, this kitchen gadget is ideal for all.
The Tefal Store Inn is compact yet versatile, featuring an array of attachments for chopping, grating, slicing, emulsifying, kneading and blending with only one appliance. This food processor allows easy food preparation as well as the creation of a wide variety of recipes! Store Inn is also provided with a blender that features a special Vortex mixing system to ensure a perfect mix every time: prepare delicious smooth soups,smoothies and more, without difficulties!
Moreover, with a 2L bowl and a 1.5L blender, you can cook small portions for an intimate dinner for two, or bigger quantities for the whole family.
Easy to store
With Store Inn, just say goodbye to problems of misplaced tools! After use, you can store some of the accessories in the handy integrated storage drawer. Its compact size makes it easy to store in your cupboard, but its stainless steel finish will also make it look great on your kitchen worktop.
Multi-purpose blade: to chop raw or cooked meat/fish, hard ingredients such as cheese, dried fruits, certain vegetables (carrots, celery…) as well as softer vegetables (onions, spinach…); prepare light mixtures such as biscuits, sponge cake, pancake or waffle batter; blend fruits or vegetables to make heartwarming and delicious broths, soups, and stewed fruit. You can also knead heavy dough such as white bread, short crust pastry, pizza base and even special bread, like rye bread, wholemeal bread, multi-grain bread... in 30 seconds only.
Series of 4 blades: to grate finely or coarsely cheese and hard vegetables (potatoes, carrots, celery…), as well as slice thickly or finely fruits and vegetables like onions, cucumbers, beetroot, apples, carrots, cabbage and many others.
Emulsifying disk: to prepare mayonnaise and other sauces, egg whites and whipped cream.
Blender jug: to prepare thick or liquid mixtures like finely blended broths, veloutés, milk-shakes, smoothies, cocktails and mix all kinds of batters (pancakes, doughnuts, clafoutis). The special Vortex Mixing Sustem ensures fast and smooth results.
Tefal owes its origins to Frenchman Marc Grégoire, an engineer and keen fisherman. Monsieur Grégoire wanted the reel on his rod to run more smoothly, and experimented in the 1950s to see if a non-stick coating would work. It did, but it was his wife Collette who made the real breakthrough, suggesting the coating would be more useful in making cookware easier to use and clean. Now, Tefal is the number one name in non-stick products and small appliances, operating in more than 120 countries.Tefal remains committed to making household tasks easier and cooking results better, through a constant flow of new ideas, technology and innovation. Examples of that cutting-edge innovation can be seen in the ActiFry, the AirBake baking range and Tefal's unique Thermo Spot, which ensures your pans are always the perfect temperature to start cooking.
Top Customer Reviews
The food processor looks the same and has the same useful storage drawer to keep the blades in. It does have slightly more power at 800 watts rather then 750 watts of the Oliver version but this is not really noticable in performance. It has the same speed settings along with the pulse option - albeit in a slightly different font and the mixing bowl and jug both have the same capacity and design.
Upon trying out the food processor we have found that (as with the Jamie version) it is simple to set up and use though the cleaning can sometimes be a bit of a pain. The rubber feet on the bottom of the processor keep it steady and stable on the worktop. It is well constructed and feels solid but it is not too heavy or cumbersome. The 2L bowl is big enough for most uses and the 1.5L jug certianly gives enough space for most creations.
Overall I would say that this product is great at what it does, it is stylish and robust whilst remaining compact and at a price tag that is £15 cheaper than the Jamie version and a bit more power you really can't go wrong. A useful and efficient piece of kit.
Note: as there are not many reviews of this product as yet you might want to nip over to the "Jamie Oliver DO250D34 750 Watts Food Processor, 2 Litre, With Blender" page as this will give you more information about the product, just bear the slight power difference in mind.
I no longer have that JO machine after managing to burn out the motor last year, because liquid managed to get inside it from the middle of the bowl. I was using the main bowl to chop left-overs from a roast dinner to make a soup, and made the silly mistake of adding too much liquid to the bowl. This new machine looks like it could have the same vulnerability, but the motor is more powerful at 800W vs 750W.
Negative points. The first five are major, the others are minor.
1. SAFETY. There is no safety interlock on the Blender Jug to prevent a Darwin Award Candidate from experimenting with blending his fingers, or a spoon, or something, or from painting the kitchen with the contents, all because the lid is not on.
2. The Processor Bowl is left handled with right hand fill (opposite to the Jamie Oliver one), both handle and fill should be at the front - you don't use them at the same time. Then it would not matter if the user is left or right handed. Worse, it is a pain to use, because it is too fiddly finding the grooves in the base to lock in place. Both of us agree it is too fiddly, especially when compared with almost all the other blenders we have used.Read more ›
The outstanding feature is the size of this - and the fact all the bits fit inside the processor. And it stores in a cupboard easily - and doesn't take up loads of kitchen top space.
I haven't tried the kneading function yet, but will update you once I have tried it.
It is well built, and beautifully designed for functionality. The fact that it has easy storage for all of the accessories (Except the liquidiser) that it comes with is a positive bonus. The appropriate accessories can be added and removed very swiftly, with a minimum of effort.
There is only a very slight difference between the thickness of cut (tried with courgettes) with the slicing tool, and maybe a thicker cut option would have been an nice touch. Similarly, both grades of grater seem to produce very similar results when used on Emmental cheese. That being said, the results of both slicing and grating are very even and extremely quick.
When it came to slicing an onion however, it was less good than with a courgette - the slicing tool reduced a red onion to some fairly uneven mush.
The whisking tool really is capable on whisking a single egg, and probably even one egg white.
Although the packaging claims the liquidiser has a capacity of 1.25 litres - the instructions tell you that you should only liquidize at most 1 litre of anything. Similarly the main bowl is also restricted to a total of 1 litre of product, even though it has a total capacity of 2 litres.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Love it but always have to make sure that the top is put in straight if not your in troublePublished 22 months ago by Mrs H Roberts
Love the compactness of this item. No need to store 'bits' in other places and when you need them thinking 'Where did I put that'. Works very well and functions very well. Read morePublished on 15 Mar. 2015 by Joanne Morley
The best ever, same as Mr J Olivers but without the pricetagPublished on 14 Dec. 2014 by kate winder
used for a mrximum of twice a week since it was delivered on 5th June it has BROKE. The central turning prong has snapped leaving me unable to finish Christmas preperations. Read morePublished on 20 Nov. 2014 by grandkids3
Poor quality plastic bowl and lid. Disappointing mixing performance.Published on 14 Oct. 2014 by Mrs J M Wilson
I needed this as the one I have is too small for my recipes so this gives me more capacity but not too happy with the control speeds as there is no slow speedPublished on 9 Jun. 2014 by Darwin