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KitchenAid Chefs Chopper KFC3100 3 Cups Food Processor

KitchenAid Chefs Chopper KFC3100 3 Cups Food Processor
alaAverage 4.6

10 reviews

Aug, 2014

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(Based on 10 reviews)

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Kitchen Aid - YES!!!

 

My Kitchen Gourmet couldn't do its job so I went out and got this Kitchen Aid chef's chopper and what a deal! $29 and does it work! I took 2 day leftover chinese ribs and pulsed them until they were almost pulverized. ...

Blades are tilted so food can be pushed up from bottom

none so far

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It's Red Hot

 

Since I enjoy cooking, I do have a lot of different tools in my kitchen ... mostly Philips tools ... but since they are not sold in the US anymore, I am now trying to get into other brands in order to complement what I may need.  In this case, I found...

Easy to clean, power cord storage

Awkward position of pulse button, difficult to align cup, noisy

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Can't believe I lived without it

 

I couldn't be more happy with the Kitchen Aid mini chopper. This little gadget is such a multi-tasker, and really gets used everyday. I mainly got it after growing fresh herbs and TRYING to chop them with a knife. I found myself hardly using them...

Looks good, works great, many many uses, cheap

none so far

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Handy Little Gadget!

 

I received the Kitchen Aid KFC3100 Chef's Chopper a few months ago as a wedding gift and I am very please with it. This little chopper is great for small tasks. I use it mainly for chopping garlic and onion as it only holds 3 cups.

Small, comes in very handy, easy to clean

Only use for small jobs, almost chops too finely for me

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Cute and Convenient

 

A year ago, I was in the market for a new mini chopper or food processor. My inexpensive Super Chopper from the Black and Decker outlet was kaput. The two-cup bowl was losing chunks of plastic every time I used it. So, I was venturing off into the...

Easy to use and works well. This chopper is priced to sell

The little things to nag about don't even cause me to pout

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The Little Chopper That Could

 

I really love my Kitchen Aid three cup chopper! It chops vegetables quickly and easily with the touch of a button. To me it is just as mighty as a regular Food Processor, but takes up little space and has far less parts to clean.

Easy to use, compact, chops with ease. Easy clean-up. Worth the $35 price tag

It can be difficult to open the lid until you get familiar with it

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My First Food Processor

 

Just purchased this item two weeks ago and I think it is great! Never required or desired to own a food processor in the past, but my recent interest in Indian cooking has caused me to purchase one. This is also my first KitchenAid appliance.

Great size, consistent chopping and mixing, easy removal of mixtures, quick and easy

None so far

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Neat Little Chopper for A Great Price

 

Over the years I have owned about 6 different mini food choppers, including those from Cuisinart, Sunbeam, Black & Decker and Rival. The KitchenAid Chef's Chopper KFC3100 has proven to be the best of the lot.What makes this chopper unique is the action...

Excellent job of chopping various foods; Cleans easily; Neat cord storage; Good price

Could use a sturdier and thicker plastic bowl

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Great Chopper

 

I bought the KFC3100 a little over a month ago. It is simply a great unit. I only need something for making small amounts of sauces, salsas, marinades etc. It operates wonderfully and cleans up easily. I like how the food is drawn in and down through...

Works great cleans up easily

Your mixture may splash out of the dry ingredient hole a little

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The Three Bears Shop for a Food Processor

 

A few weeks ago, I decided I needed some type of processor. I had started cooking more (New Year's Resolution) and, while a sharp knife and hand copper were doing okay, I figured it was time to start the hunt for a food processor.

Performs as well as the hype, compact, easy to clean

Hard to find, not cheap

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