Kenwood mini chopper

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Linzechris

Kenwood mini chopper

I bought a brand new in box never used Kenwood mini chopper at a car boot sale for £3 over the weekend. I already have a food processor, hand blender and Kitchen Aid but couldn't resist buying it at that price! Now I don't really know what to use it for!
If you have one what do you use yours for?

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Pan-tastic

Kenwood mini chopper

What a bargain! Lucky you, I've been meaning to buy one for ages. I think they are meant to be really good for things like making pesto, chopping nuts etc - things that you make or do in small quantities that would be 'lost' in a bigger machine

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Essex Girl

Mini Chopper

They're very useful for making breadcrumbs too.

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Darkginger

Kenwood mini chopper

I love mine, it's my favourite kitchen gadget. I use it for chopping garlic, ginger, onions, herbs - it's great for small quantities, and easy to just rinse out afterwards.

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Sharon

Kenwood mini chopper

I use mine for making garlic butter.

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Janice

Mini chopper

How timely this post is as I today took delivery of a Cuisinart 3-cup (750 ml). I have a large processor but for the smaller food preps this will ideal. I am looking forward to using it and am interested to read how others put it to good use. Mine cost a little more though than you paid Linzechris! What a great deal.

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Saffy

Kenwood mini chopper

I was really pleased with mine, but it blew up 3 days out of the warranty period and I haven't got round to replacing it yet!.

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Dottie May

Kenwood mini chopper

I can only confirm what has already been mentioned above. Wouldn't be without mine. So easy to chop Mint for Mint Sauce.

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tubs

Kenwood mini chopper

I've got two! One here and one in a holiday home.they are brilliant. So good for chopping small quantities of herbs and great for breadcrumbs. I use it all the time, goes in the dishwasher too.
Bought one for friend who is also impressed with it.

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The Cat's Mother

Mini Chopper

A very useful piece of equipment - I wouldn't want to be without mine - as others I use it chop/whizz small amounts of parsley, mint, nuts etc. It is particularly useful for making breadcrumbs. It needs to be treated gently though - I have seen several reports that they don't last long. I never put mine in the dishwasher.

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Tompeters

Kenwood mini chopper

Well done, to get that bargain! I have a Braun handheld which also has a baby food processor with one blade. For just the two of us, I seldom get the food processor down, the Braun is more than enough. It 'grates' carrots that are OK for salads, processes small amounts of left-over roast for cottage pies, make caster from granulated, make tinned chopped toms from tinned value toms in milliseconds, breadcrumbs, herbs esp. mint and parsley, veg soup (surprisingly large just do two or three lots)....I'm sure it'd do far more but I tend to use the other attachments (beaters, stick) quite a bit.

 
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