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A good food processor

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Just want something to take the time out of chopping/dicing veg, does anyone have any recommendations?

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I do a lot of chopping, at least it seems like it. Jamie Oliver recommended getting one, it sounded like a good idea :wub:

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I do a lot of chopping, at least it seems like it. Jamie Oliver recommended getting one, it sounded like a good idea :)

Maybe get one of those small ones that combine a mini processor bowl, a stick blender and whisk? That's what I've got, I wouldn't have bought them individually. A stick blender is pretty handy, too.

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The one I posted above is good but it is tiny. I tried to make these and it was impossible. I couldn't even get the whole squash in it and had to keep emptying it.

It's not a food processor. It's a chopper. As the name suggests. Which may suit you. But be aware that it is tiny. But it did chop the squash up very finely, very quickly.

On a side note I did use a hand blender to finish the muffins off in a bowl and they were yummy. :lol:

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Erm, yes please mate. I'll put the kettle on.

I'm doing 2 batches for this Friday's work Cake Club. I highly recommend them, they sound a bit weird but it's a bit like carrot cake. And with the icing they are very yummy.

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