Kenwood FP735 Reviews
Product Type: Kenwood food processors
Description:Kenwood Food Processor / Power: 900 Watts / Capacity: 3 Litre Bowl with 1.5L working capacity / Includes: calibrated ... more
Newest Review: ... are blending it is very noisy! I have used a few different blenders now, but this Kenwood food processor just does so much, ... more
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Customer Kenwood FP735 Reviews (6)
by - written on 08/01/11 (Very useful, 554 readings)
This Kenwood food processor was bought for us for Christmas, and when we opened it we weren't really sure what to make of it! The box is massive, as it has so many different bits to use, we didn't know if we would ever work out how to use it! However after actually getting it all out and taking the time to read the instructions and look properly at everything, me and my boyfriend actually love this food processor! You can do so much with it, it is an amazing item to have in your kitchen. We first got it all out on new years day, to try and make a soup in it, but unfortunately one of the blades was not in any packaging and my boyfriend picked it up not ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/02/10 (Very useful, 604 readings)
This food processor is the biggest, most multi use food processor that I have used so far. I will use two cases below to demostrate how I use the machine and the comments that I have on the food processor. (I received this as a gift so I am not sure how much of the accesories I have received with this were add ons) Case 1: making meatloaf. Wanting a god quality meatloaf, it was time to put the food processor to its first use, mincing up the lean steak. The machine will vibrate violently once there is an overload of meat, so i do have to watch out how much meat I put in and how much the volume will increase by mincing. I dropped in the whole slice of steak ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/01/10 (Useful, 410 readings)
After searching for a long time for a processor that could do a multitude of tasks I settled for this little machine. Our kitchen is small-we can just about move around in it however I am a keen cook/baker and use the kitchen on a regular basis. Not only do I enjoy cooking but I'm also a fan of gadgets-a big no go area in a small space. So enough of me, lets get this show on the road. The Kenwood food processor does so much I may miss out a trick of two. This processor can: make cake batters super quick can mince onions down for curries/chilli's/sauces/soups can liquidize your soups/sauces (no additional liquidizer ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/07/10 (Useful, 377 readings)
I bought one of these food processors a few months mainly because I want to have a go at cooking more from scratch and also to make smoothies and I didn't really want a machine just to that. Kenwood is a brand that i know and trust and this seemed a really good value machine. I am finding that I do use it more days so hopefully this isn't a gadget that will gather dust in the cupboard. It's mainly used for blending smoothies and soups but I do use the processer bowl and blades for slicing and grating vegetables. I have also used it for making cake batter, which really takes the elbow grease out of cake making. It copes pretty well but I do find that you can't have the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/12/10 (Useful, 99 readings)
I have had this food processor for 12months now, and it comes in very useful. It has every attachment you could possibly want, some of which (juicer, spice mill) have not been used yet. The most useful features are the liquidizer (for smoothies and soups), slicing blades, and the general mixing blade. I have also used the kneading blade (not ads good as by hand but the bread worked and rose, and was a lot less effort than kneading by hand). The whisk also works (used for egg whites), however I imagine it is not as good as a hand whisk. It is ok to clean, the liquidizer is more fiddly, but not as bad as previous food processors I have owned. For ... Read the complete review
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