KitchenAid KFPW760OB Review
With three work bowls, the largest holding 12 cups, this KitchenAid food processor has one of the most powerful and effective motors I’ve seen. It quickly dices, purees, minces, and liquefies any fruits, vegetables, or nuts you throw in it. A dough blade makes kneading bread dough simple and fast. For such a large, powerful machine, it runs very quietly because of the durable sealed housing. If there’s one downside, it’s that small quantities of food don’t chop as efficiently and tend to bing off the walls. However, its overall precision and number of convenient accessories make this a worthy purchase, reasonably priced at $199.
High-powered motor handles virtually any food item
Wide and narrow food tubes
Includes dough blade, egg whip, and citrus press
Storage case holds accessories and keeps them from damage
Sealed housing reduces noise
Doesn’t effectively chop small quantities