KitchenAid 9 and 12-Cup Food Processor French Fry Disc : Narrow french fries

Great for cutting french fries. Makes quick work of slicing the potatoes.

I thought this would fit my food processor, but it does not fit my model. I did not read the model numbers it fits, and mine was not included. Company was great to deal with.

KitchenAid 9 and 12-Cup Food Processor French Fry Disc

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I really like this french fry blade. It is a little different than i thought it would be, but it works great. It sure beats cutting fries by hand. There are so many different fry choices you can make with this blade.

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I primarily purchased this for fries but it does an excellent job on firm fruits and vegetables as well. The usual kitchenaid quality, of course.

KitchenAid 9 and 12-Cup Food Processor French Fry Disc : This is durable and fits my kitchen aide perfectly. I make perfect fries every time, no more chopping off the fingers lol.

I have the largest bowl they make. My feed tube is huge and it holds a large baking size potato. The slices have a slight curve to them which is fine with us.

I had all the slicing tools for my kitchen aid except this one. I wanted to make oven fries as i am trying to watch my weight. . Making french fires with this slicer is a breeze and the potatoes are cut uniformly and therefore they cook all at the same time. They are scrumptious to eat.

When i finally decided to purchase this after thinking about it for several months, there were only 2 reviews (both 2 stars) and i ignored them since the only specific complaint was that it makes stubby little fries if you don’t have the wide mouth feed tube. That makes sense, but i have a big mouth (on my food processor) and even if i didn’t, i wouldn’t completely mind stubby fries as long as i didn’t have to cut them myself. Inspecting the product, we noticed that the cutters are not uniform in width (see photo) and i was fearful that i might have to put up 3 stars and be somewhat saddened by the quality of the fry. Upon cutting my first russet with this disc, although the difference in widths of the fries was obvious (see photo), it wasn’t quite as bad as i feared – so i was thinking maybe 4 stars. However, after frying up several batches of fries for dinner, i realized that the difference in widths is not significant enough to cause problems in how they cooked. The fries came out cooked exactly how i would expect – some browner than others but none of them underdone or too crispy. So yes, the fries are different widths, but no, it doesn’t cause any problems. Oh, and this could’ve been a fluke, but the top was completely clear of potatoes when i was all done – that’s never happened when i’ve used other discs for potatoes. As for the quality and durability – it seems even sturdier than my other discs.