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Best food processor for under £70?

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tethersend Tue 27-Sep-11 12:37:48

I fancy one, but can't afford the super-snazzy ones.

Can I get a good one for under £70? Any recommendations or ones to avoid?

tethersend Tue 27-Sep-11 15:54:29


tethersend Tue 27-Sep-11 20:51:31

At all?

Slainte Wed 28-Sep-11 08:51:55

Bumping for you as I'm interested in any answers too smile

SexyDomesticatedDab Wed 28-Sep-11 10:22:15

Why do you want a food processor? What type of things do you normally cook and how would the processor help? It may be that a good hand mixer would be better - get a good hand mixer to do it vs a cheapo processor that may not be most suited anyway. Example if you do lots of cakes type stuff a hand mixer is much better. Don't have a processor but have a hand mixer (kenwood K mix which is the best we found after several gave up the ghost and a stick blender we've had for years. Buying both these may be less than your budget.

tethersend Wed 28-Sep-11 15:41:15

Thanks for bump and reply smile

Have just had a hand mixer give up the ghost, and it wasn't that useful TBH. Everything just spilled everywhere. I want to make things like pesto, houmous, marinades, sauces etc as well as cakes and make breadcrumbs etc.

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