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Hamilton Beach Food Processors rely on robust motors to chop, slice, shred, mix.

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Hamilton Beach Food Processors rely on robust motors to chop, slice, shred, mix and puree just about anything you put in the bowl. In-bowl blade storage and dishwasher-safe parts make these food processors easy to clean and store and some models offer special conveniences like reversible slicing and shredding discs and continuous feed chutes.

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  • Faster than cutting by hand
  • Fast & versatile - quickly chop onions, slice salad ingredients, shred cabbage, grate cheese, mix sauces, or prepare pesto
  • 2 speeds plus pulse control
  • Stainless steel slice / shred disc & chopping blade
  • Powerful 450 watt motor
  • Lid flips over for compact storage
  • Large feed chute - fits a whole block of cheese to reduce pre-cutting
  • S-Blade for chopping, mixing & pureeing
  • Reversible slice / shred disc
  • Dishwasher safe bowl, lid & blades
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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Is it possible to cube veggies like potato,eggplant or radish??

    Unfortunately not. There are such things as cubing grids for food processors but as far as I can tell they are made for professional grade food processors and typically cost in the area of $100plus. A quick internet or Amazon search of "cubing grids" will bring up your choices.

  • Would this work well to chop tomatoes for salsa? (Not so they're turned into sauce or pureed).

    Yes, I use it all the time for salsa.

  • Would this unit work well for making nut butters (cashew, almond, etc)?

    YES! It's a great appliance, and the price can't be beat. The blade is strong (It works exactly like my cuisinart. The only real difference is that the overall machine is lot lighter/ weighs less). I've had no problem making applesauce or nut butters.

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