Kenwood Chef KM020 1500W Reviews
Product Type: Kenwood Hand Blender
Description:Manufacturer: Kenwood / Type: Hand
Newest Review: ... 6.7 litre bowl 1500W motor. A glass liquidiser for making smoothies, soups and milkshakes. 5 speed settings Balloon whisk, ... more
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by - written on 22/09/13 (Very useful, 54 readings)
I love baking and cooking but used to be really rubbish at it and end up with lots of disasters that tasted nice but looked dreadful. I then realised that part of the problem was that I did not have the correct equipment to help with my endeavors and therefore bought this Kenwood Chef food processor. The food processor comes in a lovely shiny silver finish which looks great in my kitchen. It has a number of different features including: A large capacity 6.7 litre bowl 1500W motor. A glass liquidiser for making smoothies, soups and milkshakes. 5 speed settings Balloon whisk, dough hook and flexible beater tool. Combination ... Read the complete review
by ginger321 - written on 16/05/13
If you are looking for a mixer that is a cut above the rest, you can't really go wrong with Kenwood. You will pay more for this brand, but if you are serious about cooking then it is worth it. This mixer has a lovely strong bowl and feels really robust to use. The variable speed setting allows you to get the speed just right to avoid over beating or covering yourself with mixture! Mine came with a good variety of mixing attachments and a blender which is great for making coleslaw. With Kenwood, all the accessories and attachments fit perfectly and easily - you never feel like they are going to come off as they all fit with a ... Read the complete review
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