Excellent for small quntities.
This is a great little chopper, just the right size to keep out and ideal for quickly blasting out some breadcrumbs or knocking up a quick pate. Doesn’t have the power of a large machine or the capacity of course but for most jobs the big boy stays in the cupboard. Unlike most of the big blitz era it’s compatible and elegant and just like the kitchenaid stand mixer adds to a the kitchen aesthetic.
Delighted with this classic mini food processor it is fast, efficient and easy to clean.
I have used it several times since i got it and can’t fault it. It is simple to use; i have used it to chop garlic, chillies, pine nuts amongst other things and it chops perfectly. When done, it is easy to clean; simply pop the bowl, blade and lid in the top of the dishwasher and it comes out clean.
Good little gadget, two speed, and it is made by kitchenaid.
Initially, i was cautious as i’d had my last one thirty years but it was quick, efficient, easily cleanned and i absolutely love the plug wire storage. Waited to revue until i used it a second time and i had no hesitation.
Love the oil pouring drizzle hole thingy, great for a steady stream for mayo.
Great product, works really well.
Great wee gadget bought to replace a previous mini processor. Lid feels a bit flimsy and plastic but hoping it holds up well. Was most disappointed with the accompanying instruction book- it is 250 pages ( loads of paper) yet only pages 1-18 are in english. Why can’t manufacturers ask what language you want instructions on and only send what is necessary and save paper?.
A sturdy mini food processor. Looked at many small processors but they were not as well made as the kitchenaid. Great for chopping all sorts of vegetables and making salsa. Chocolate mousse is a dream made in this. Only small downside is that it can be fiddly to get the top positioned to start the processor but soon the hang of it.
Very good value, it does what it’s supposed to do.
Making mayonnaise was incredibly simple thanks to the special feature on the lid. Here are the specifications for the KitchenAid 5KFC3516 Classic Mini Food Processor:
- Lightweight food processor and compact design
- Two speeds and pulse operation for precise control
- 830 ml BPA-free work bowl with pour spout and handle
- Stainless steel blade. Minimum rotation speed 2450
- Drizzle basin
It is so easy to use high quality food processor. I only regret not having bought it before.
I bought mine from another source, however, it is a good little tool to have in your kitchenaid collection. The only drawback to me and i would give it five stars but for this, is that the cord is too short to reach the power point without using an extension lead. Other than that, it is a five star product. Well made and easily assembled and used.
Very happy with this mini food processor. Have made houmous and sauces easily with it. It’s easy to operate, easy to clean and doesn’t take up a lot of room.
Amazing so glad i had the chance to buy it.
Its permanently on my kitchen work top. Salad dressings and chopping onions and veg. Sometimes i just need small amounts of things and i don’t want to use a full sized machine. It looks amazing and the build of the machine is superb quality. A little expensive but i think it will be in my kitchen as an essential piece of equipment for many years. Worth the extra spend for me.
Very pleased with this, a good accompaniment to my food mixer. Perfect for those small chopping jobs. Kitchen aid come with a price but well worth it.
Reviews from purchasers :
Just what I needed
Does a great job
Used for smashing meats, great working function, better than my previous one.
Makes excellent pesto and hummous in seconds.
Great size for a mini processor.
Ok but took some time to get use to. Fiddly at times but once used on a regular basis perfectly adequate and ideal as a small processor.
Great little machine,very stylish. Very sturdy for its size would recommend it.
For the price, this is an excellent chopper and easily blitzes carrots, cauliflower etc. You cannot really get chunkier pieces though, even with using the pulse action, it tends to chop everything to ‘rice’ size.