KitchenAid KEK1522SR Pro Line Sugar Pearl 1, Five Stars

This beautiful kettle has truly spoiled me. Works perfect and boils water fast.Pricey though, but when you us it for a month or two you will not kick yourself in the butt as much for spending that much.

The best kettle you can find. Yes, it is expansive, but we enjoy it very much on a daily basis.

Latch either into the lid or missing. Had to spend 25 dollars to return it.

Key specs for KitchenAid KEK1522SR Pro Line Sugar Pearl Silver 1.5 Liter Electric Kettle:

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  • Sugar pearl silver color
  • Dual wall body
  • Provides insulation
  • Cool to the touch
  • Soft grip handle

Comments from buyers

“Great customer service prompted this review.
, Unique appearance and works flawlessly.
, Amazingly Beautiful! You’ll love to look at this thing on your counter!

Was good value at the time that’s why it’s more special. Love the ‘bong’ it makes when ready.

Looks great and works pretty good. However, it seems a little slow at times and also wants to run at a boil continuously until i turn it off. I still love it and recommend it. Looks great next to my matching kitchenaid pour over coffee maker(also awesome).

I make many types of green and white tea which require different temperatures. This makes it easy to select proper temperature. Kettle is well balanced and the red is lovely in kitchen near mixer of same color.

This has been perfect for me. Water heats fast and temperature can be adjusted. No more finger in the cup to see if it is hot enough when using the microwave. Love the color it matches my toaster.

In november 16 2015 i bought kitchenaid kek1522ob kettle – onyx black pro line electric kettle and i left the country and came back this year (2018). I realised that the electrity voltage has gone higher (220v) in saudi arabia and i’m afraid that i can’t use the kettle because the kettle is said to need 110v. I have tried to use a voltage transformer before and it ruined my fridge so i’m not keen to try that again. I have been using amazon for a long time and its very helpful.

It was a gift to my mom, she in love with it thank you.

Best kettle we have ever owned.

Love my kitchenaid pro line. This kettle boils water super fast and i use it at least 4 times a day. Threw out the keurig and now just do simple pour-over coffee that rivals the artisanal coffee shops, great tea, boiling water to quickly sanitize dishes and i even use it to jumpstart a pot of boiling water for our pasta or steamer basket. The sound is small yet relevant and the style is always impeccable. I wish the pro line was easier in my pockets, but i don’t ever foresee a problem.

My kettle gets a lot of use, so it was super annoying when it stopped working after a scant 5 months. Up until it died, i really liked the kettle. The temperature settings were spot on. The double wall kept the exterior from getting scalding hot. The pour spout does a great job of not dribbling. And it looked good sitting on the counter. ‘yeah,’ you say, and then rightfully point out that it died after only 5 months.

It stays clean and looks great. It provides hot water very quickly. What more could you ask for?.

Very well made, attractive and efficient. I timed this kettle using the same amount of water on my gas range ( also kitchenaid ). The kettle beat the gas range by nearly a minute. I use it to prepare any and all drinks that use hot water, including pour-over coffee. It’s also great for heating water to blanch vegetables, or wilt spinach. Temperature control is simple and accurate. I like to buy kitchen appliances once, and be satisfied using them for a long time. Every kitchenaid product i have purchased has met those criteria and then some. Update: after six months of daily use, kettle still performing like new. And, no cancer or infertility from the plastic interior.

I got this because i wanted 90c water for my coffee, and i liked its analog temperature gauge. Set your temperature with the lever, then the heating stops right on the mark every time. This kettle has a very elegant chime (when you hear it, you’ll know what i mean) that sounds once when you turn it on, and once when it reaches temperature and shuts off–if you need an alarm you can hear from the other end of the house, this isn’t it. Note that this kettle is pretty big and holds a lot of water. If you really fill it up, it’s pretty heavy. Stays fairly cool on the outside so you don’t need to worry about brushing against it when reaching for something on the counter. We’ve been using this four or five times a day for a couple of months and can think of no complaints. If you’re ok with the price and like its vaguely steampunk look, you’re not apt to be disappointed.

I am simply in love with the, i think it looks better than the pictures, and work great, looks elegant in my kitchen.

It does exactly what it says it will and mine gets used every day.

Extremely pleased with my new kitchenaid kettle. Very quike to boil and really lovely to look at.

Super fast heating of your water for tea, french press coffee, hot chocolate, etc. A gift for my wife for mother’s day and she loves it. A friend has one and recommended it; good recommendation.

I don’t know how i went every day without this teapot. And backed by outstanding warranty.

Just began using this tea kettle. It heats the water very quickly. I make sure the water has been emptied and i leave the kettle top open to air dry. Kitchenaid has a great warranty (5 years). I am hoping i have as good a product as my kitchenaid mixers.

I love my new kettleok, so robosolo did a wonderful review that i agree totally with. I just had to give this my 5 star rating and add a couple details. The kettle makes this soft ‘bong’ when you plug it in, when you turn it on to heat and when it is at the required temperature. The heater turns off once it is at the requested temperature. When heated to 80 degrees celsius, it takes about 10 minutes before the temperature drops noticeably. I haven’t noticed any pre-drip when pouring and i’ve gone through a full kettle of water since i opened my box earlier today. I will update my review after a couple months. (oh and this thing is beautiful, like a shiny apple.

Plastic liner should be stainless, but ok.

I purchased this for my wife for christmas. It’s a great way for her to make hot chocolate faster than having to use the keurig coffee maker.

KitchenAid KFP1322ER 13-Cup Food Processor, Four Stars

Made perfect salsa at first attempt.

Where has this been all my life?.

A little bigger than what i wanted but got the bigger one due to the price was lower???. I love the 11 cup size much better.

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  • The ExactSlice System features optimized speeds, and an external lever that allows you to go from thick to thin with one slide of the external lever.
  • Exclusive 3-in-1 Ultra Wide Mouth Feed Tube allows for horizontal and vertical slicing and accommodates food of all shapes and sizes, including larger items like tomatoes, cucumbers and potatoes.
  • The UltraTight Seal Features a specially designed locking system with leak-resistant ring that allows you to fill the work bowl to capacity with ingredients without worrying about making a mess.
  • High, Low & Pulse speed options allow you to precisely and properly handle soft or hard ingredients with the touch of a button.
  • 1-Year Hassle-Free Replacement Warranty

Comments from buyers

“Really Big Feeding Tube
, The quiet is what amazed me. Wish it came with a storage case
, bigger than I want

Absolutely handles the bigger jobs in the kitchen and the 3 sizes of chute is an answer to prayers.

I should have paid more attention when purchasing, but was very excited to get it on sale for prime day. I can’t tell you if it works well or not yet because we have not lugged it out of the cabinet we finally were able to make space in for this industrial sized food processor. If you are looking to process your food in bulk, look no further.

Exactly what i expected and more.

Haven’t used this much yet, but when i did it worked very well.

Updated review january 10, 2016i’ve down graded the kitchenaid 13-cup food processor to a three star rating. The reason being is the variable slice feature does not work well. The food slicer does not/ can not thinly slice potatoes or onions. I’ve tried several times to use the variable slice feature to do both. The reason why i like using a food processor is to do both. Updated review november 23, 2015tonight i used the kitchenaid food processor to chop up 1 1/2 pounds of beef. The food processor easily chopped up the beef and did not wimp out. The motor still produces an annoying whine, but it works. The rest of the review is below. I purchased the kitchenaid 13-cup food processor from amazon warehouse deals as my last cuisinart purchased in 2009 has never, ever worked right.

I wanted to give this a 5, but just couldn’t. It is big, but that is awesome when doing large amounts of things like shredding bulk cheese etc. Definitely don’t have to empty as often. I like that the blade sits firmly in the bottom so if you turn it upside down, it stays put until you pull it out. It runs quiet, yet seems to have good power. It has worked good on everything i have used it for so far. Now the things i don’t like. First off, the lid is fussy.

I’m a long time kitchen aid fan, so when my old kitchenaid food processor broke beyond repair, i trotted off to get a new kitchenaid – what else?. The capacity is great, but i don’t like the way that you have to press down on the food you’re processing in order to get the processor to work. I also wanted to use the small grating side of one of the discs to grate potatoes and onions, and it just plain old wouldn’t work. I had to use the other side, and the consistency of what i was making came out all wrong, along with the way that it baked and tasted. I’m a bit disappointed in this and with what it cost, that shouldn’t be the case. It does close and lock more easily than my older one, but i just don’t like it as much. And also, for the money that this cost, i’d have expected some kind of a container in which to keep the various attachments. Be careful when unpacking this also, because you’ll easily miss the attachments with which it comes, and that could be disastrous for the operation of the machine. All in all, until i can find a way for the small shredder disc to work, i’m not going to be terribly impressed with this kitchenaid product. I almost wish i’d gotten a smaller one that had less capacity, but better shredding capabilities as my old one had – hopefully.

Big and powerful and processes food very well. Only observation is this is mostly a plastic base, which for those of you with the heavier metal appliances from ka, may be disappointed. However, it makes for a much lighter device to carry around the kitchen which i appreciate.

Too many parts to clean; must use dishwasher.

I use it at least once a week sometimes more. It looks great sitting on my counter. It is quiet and powerful enough to cut through anything i’ve put through it.

Looking forward to using it.

Returned my cuisinart- feeding tube so small that there is no need for a food processor. This big mouth is huge, and is why i bought it. Difficult for me to figure out the food dicer system. And the mozzarella cheese balled up some underneath grate. But parts are sharp, system is a bit easier than cuisinart. Take care with plastic- don’t force, but is thick plastic. This 200$ machine is worth it to me.

I use this baby several times a week to make mayo and slice vegetables.

I bought it for grinding nuts for energy bars, which it does very well, and was happy that the slicing feature made slicing vegetables for a stir fry so fast and easy. The base of the appliance is heavy and the motor is strong. The bowl and parts are sturdy. You will need a dishwashing brush to get food from around the rim when washing. I recommend this food processor.

I can make more to store for later.

Well made, durable and huge, will shred an entire deboned chicken in seconds.

My wife absolutely loves it. She loves to cook and this makes it that much easier.

Why did i wait years to get this???.

Works well, holds quite a bit, quiet motor.

I love the capacity of this processor, it chops great. Only issue is when using the grater, large chunks of cheese, carrots, zucchini, etc. Get stuck in the lid and do not grate which stops the machine.

Looks great and versatile, but i haven’t used it yet. As another reviewer mentioned, it does not include a spatula although there is one on the box.

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.

Easy transaction, happy customer.

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.

KitchenAid Professional 7-Quart Super Big Biggest Capacity Large KSM7581MS 7-Quart Bowl Largest Lift Stand Mixer Medallion, It is great for those large recipes that just don’t fit in

We love the mixer the only issue which not a big one is the height of the mixer its self. Make sure it will fit under your top cabinets. Otherwise it works amazing and is easy to clean up.

I really am enjoying this mixer. It is great for those large recipes that just don’t fit in a smaller mixing bowl.

Bought this model in june 2013; i opened the box and set up the machine. Did not use it until 7 months later. I put all the ingredients in bowl for sugar cookies; the machine started up for about 15 seconds, it stopped, then i turned it on again and it was dead. I unplugged and restarted again and it did not start. Husband checked to make sure i was using it as specified in the enclosed booklet. I was very upset because i paid over $600. With tax, did not have the receipt to prove to ka that this machine was dead (not working), gave cs the model # and she found the purchase date and price $ i paid for it. They stated that i would be receiving a replacement in 6 weeks, i did. Packed the unusable one in the box and fed ex picked it up for return to ka, no cost to me.

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  • Professional bowl-lift design raises bowl into mixing position
  • KitchenAid 7-Quart Super Capacity KSM7581WH 7-Quart Bowl Lift Stand Mixer White

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“As Good As It Gets For Home Cooks
, We love the mixer the only issue which not a big
, It is great for those large recipes that just don’t fit in

I have owned this for a couple of years now and love its power and capacity. But, the paddle attachment that comes with the unit does not reach the bottom of the bowl, so i constantly have to scrap down the bowl. Some scraping would be expected, but this is a problem for me. I’m going to search to see if there is a paddle with a rubber edge like i have on my other, smaller kitchen aid (top lift) which i also love, but it was not large enough for me. Overall, though, you cannot beat (ha, ha) this mixer and i consider it an essential kitchen appliance for all home cooks.

Love the product great service.

Works very well, took a little while to figure out how to attach bowl.

My wife is a gourmet home cook and baker. As a gift, she specifically requested the kitchenaid 7-quart mixer to replace her aging kitchenaid 5-quart mixer. Needless to say, she was very pleased when i paid attention and bought it for her. She loves its large capacity, especially when it comes to baking batches of special treats for her friends and co-workers. Also, she’s commented how quiet it is and how she can run it continuously without it heating up. She’s very happy, and i’m happy she’s happy.

KitchenAid KPRA Pasta Roller and cutter, Works well, but use different pasta recipe

Maybe i didn’t read enough before purchasing, but my wife was surprised when she opened this up and used it that it doesn’t even really use the mixer like most attachments do. Works okay, but i would not have paid what i did if i would have realized it was hand powered.

I bought the kitchenaid pasta roller and cutter set early in our gluten free adventure. Like most kids, mine loved pasta and the premade pastas at the time, not only tasted bad, but were expensive. So i thought i would try to make my own. Over the years, i have made gluten free pasta using this set and i absolutely love it. Both rolling and cutting my dough is so easy. I love that the roller and cutters attach right to my kitchenaid mixer because i don’t have to worry about turning a handle as i try to process my pasta dough. These tools are heavy duty and designed to last and last. Even though i live in a very humid and corrosive environment (close to the sea) i have never found any rust or corrosion on my equipment. Even after the mixing portion of my kitchenaid mixer fell apart, i kept the mixer unit so i could continue to use my pasta rollers. I love this set and am so glad i own it.

First, let me say that i have been making home made ravioli every new years of my adult life. First with my grandmother, then i personally took over the tradition about 20 years ago. I normally have eager (hungry) family and friends around waiting to jump in and help me prepare the new years eve meal. Well, with my grandmother in her 90’s, my parents not medically capable of standing on their feet for hours at a time now, i was facing new years eve meal preparation alone.The thought of doing all of that alone, struck fear in my heart. I did some research and found this attachment was available for the kitchenaid. So, a professional 600 series kitchenaid was ordered along with this attachment. Thank you amazon for your same day delivery service. Let me start out by saying that this review could have gone either way. Like many other reviewers, i was ready to throw this attachment in the garbage about halfway through my first attempted use.

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  • Compatible with any KitchenAid Stand Mixer
  • Attaches to multipurpose power hub
  • All-metal housing
  • Makes spaghetti and fettuccine noodles
  • Includes cleaning brush
  • 1 year warranty
  • Stainless-steel set includes pasta roller, fettuccine cutter, and linguine fine cutter
  • Fit all KitchenAid stand mixers
  • Clean with included wooden cleaning brush and toothpicks
  • Attachments measure approximately 9 by 3 inches
  • 1-year warranty; made in Italy

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“Like many other reviewers
, Works well, but use different pasta recipe
, Prepare to Be Amazed!

I was skeptical about how these would work after a disappointing ice cream freezer attachment, but they are worth every penny. I used to roll pasta either by hand or hand crank machine and couldn’t imagine these would be much different. They work so well i bought all the kitchenaid pasta attachments. The dough comes out leathery smooth and elastic with perfectly consistent results every time. This has taken my home chef pasta making to a whole other level. I even bought semolina flour because i felt my regular bread flour just wasn’t on par with the professional quality of this equipment. As i am not the most coordinated person, it also takes about 1/4 the time required to use the hand crank version. Fresh homemade pasta is now a weeknight dinner instead of an all day art project in my house. You have just got to try these to appreciate the efficiency and quality.

I have had the kitchen aid pasta attachment set for almost 2 years. It is fast and efficient – i can start cooking and serve homemade pasta within 40 minutes. I do not use the ravioli attachment – it is more time consuming and requires more precision in rolling noodles the right size maximize pasta and minimize mess – i may consider trying the ravioli attachment again in the future – but would recommend the 3-piece past set over the 5 or 6 piece set. There is not much difference between the two thinner noodle attachments or the two wider noodle attachments – so the 3 piece set is probably sufficient. I also have the pasta-extruder which is my preferred tool for spaghetti (further making the 5-6 piece pasta set overkill). The pasta extruder is great because you can do other things while the pasta is churning (2 hands not required). I find the extruder slower overall (but usually make 2 sets of noodles at a time). A pasta drying rack definitely helps. I use slightly different pasta recipes for the press and extruder. Unless your dead set on a ravioli maker, you can do just about everything with the 3 piece set and extruder (and save money).

So this is sort of a work in progress. Like many others here i lost about a half a batch of dough to metal flakes and oil rubbing off. As soon as i got through that the roller started making a huge screeching sound. Maybe it is not lubricated now – but this is loud enough that everyone in the house came by at least once to ask ‘should it be making that noise?’. It seems like there is also some ‘etching’ on the rollers, so maybe that is where the metal flakes came from. Anyway, contacting the company. Other than that however, watch some videos on youtube on what the dough should look like and stuff, that solved most of my problems. Also something on how to properly measure flour :)second night, doing the dough right worked like a charm with the roller and the cutter – aside from the squeeking it went really really well. If i can get an exchange i think i would end up being pretty happy.

Just see the picture result. Im so glad i got all d attachment of kitchenaid. Totally happy with everything.

I did not believe this could work, but it does. You have to be careful not to overload the hopper with filling, and it’s best to have a dough that isn’t too wet (sticky). But after a couple of failures for obvious reasons, i was amazed at how well it worked. I brushed a little water in the inside surface if the pasta, and i didn’t have a sloppy filling. Genuinely happily surprised.

Have been working with this and found that the following dough works great:(this is different from the standard kitchenaid recipe)10 oz all purpose flour2 large eggs (wt ~ 2 oz/egg)4 large egg yolks1 tsp kosher salt0-1 tblspn water (depends on humidity of kitchen -cold here in maine)mix in mixer the usual way (30 sec mix, 2-3 min with dough attachment)then knead for 2-3 minutesrest for 30 minutes-1 hourroll the dough on following settings:roll out on #1 with 3-4 folds (kneading)roll out on #2 with 3-4 folds (kneading)roll out on # 3roll out on #4run through ravioli makersprinkle with flour as neededfold in half and crease the fold. Remove hopper, insert folded end and give it a quarter turnlay the two ends open to each sidereplace hopperthen, slowly, turn the crank. Just be patient and be sure to knead the dough and let it rest before using this attachment.

KitchenAid KHB3581SR Pro Line Series Sugar Pearl 5-Speed Cordless Hand Blender : Awesome products lots of sturdy parts

This is one of my favorite tools in the kitchen.

Works great and is so nice to use without plugging it in. Also it comes with a storage case making it easier to pull out and put away.

KitchenAid KHB3581SR Pro Line Series Sugar Pearl Silver 5-Speed Cordless Hand Blender

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  • Sugar pearl silver with stainless steel arms and whisk
  • Crush ice, puree soup, froth milk and so much more
  • Features three interchangeable bell blades
  • Included whisk attachment whips creams and egg whites to fluffy peaks
  • Removable blending arm with fixed blade locks into the motor body

I have an older breville cordless with two wands and built in batteries that i had to replace because within two years the internal ones went out. This you can just pop a new one in. Whisking won’t tire out this old guys wrists anymore.

Massive amount of stuff comes with this purchase biy was i surprised.

Overall, it’s great and i like it a lot. Except for one thing — you have to take the battery out of the handle and put it into the charger instead of putting the handle in the charger.

KitchenAid KHB3581SR Pro Line Series Sugar Pearl Silver 5-Speed Cordless Hand Blender : Worked like a charm and not too heavy to handle when blending or mixing. It was easy to clean as well. I did have to learn to line up the arrows to secure the arm and blades, but that was easy.

Don’t know why i waited so long to get it. Makes kitchen time so much more efficient.

Had to return it it came without a battery charger. Other wise would have keep it.

Well, i’m not a gourmet cook – period. I think that, if i was, i would probably be really tickled with this kitchen tool. However, i’m a little more ‘seasoned’ cook, and i needed a quick tool to grab for mixing sauces, beating eggs, etc. This one was battery operated, and i was pretty pleased at the prospect of being able to expand the uses for this type of mixer. Turns out it’s big and it’s heavy and it’s a little cumbersome to operate one-handed. The controls are a little out of the way (to protect us from ourselves, i guess), and it takes some contortion of your fingers, while holding on with both hands, to get it turned on. Then the material in the bowl all goes flying around the kitchen. I’m just not gourmet enough to appreciate this tool.

Full disclosure: got this on major sale at williams & sonoma. So my review won’t reflect the price, just the quality. Tl;dr: for stirring and whisk work, this is an incredibly useful, though perhaps not vital, tool for a professional or serious chef. It’s a hard bite at $300, but it’s certainly worth it at that price point. The good: the packaging is a bit wanting; lids and parts are squirreled away in the non-recyclable styrofoam packing. A wag of the finger at kitchenaid, because there’s just no reason for not using sustainable or biodegradable packing components. It did, however, come with a very nice looking storage case with a clear plastic top and room for all the stirring attachments and the wand itself. Basically, the parts you’re most likely to use are always stored away in a fashion that makes them easy to access and keep track of. The parts of the wand that come in contact with food are made of stainless steel, improving their durability and preventing any contamination from ‘treated’ parts. Looking at the wand itself, the design is very clever; though they’re plastic, using multiple lugs reduces the wear on surfaces and makes it easier to attach or remove parts.

I’ve worked in restaurants for 30 years and therefore have a very small amount of cooking knowledge. It’s effortless, easy, smooth, and the liquid doesn’t jump around a lot. You can take it with you anywhere, i’ve made bulletproof coffee for the dude at the gas station and despite his misgivings about drinking butter, he actually liked it. I look forward to being able to make a smoothie any time i like in about a minute, the majority of that time spent deciding which frozen fruits to toss in the mixing cup. Even the charger is cool, how it glows on and off while charging. I’m having a hard time thinking of anything this blender can’t do that a motorized-base unit can.

It is a wonderful collection of kitchen tools.

Didn’t blend my soup as much as i thought it would. Might have been operator error.

This one can do the same, have more accessory and rechargeable. This is great, i have now just 1 tool in the galley to do everything.

KitchenAid KFC3100OB Chef Series 3- Cup Food Chopper – Cute little bugger

Only used once but so easy to clean. Made some chicken spread, liked the texture odthe meat, finely ground but not mushy. Unlike a different chopper with ridges in the chopping cup, this one is smooth so scraping out food is a snap and goes right in the dishwasher.

I’ve used this product for several years now and it still works very well. For smaller quantities it’s a great convenience not to have to use a full size food processor. Bowl, lid and blade all wash well in upper rack of my dishwasher.

I chop up peppers and onion and store them for quick egg white omlets for breakfast. Takes up very little room on my counter. I’m sure i’ll find lots of uses for it. Here are the specifications for the KitchenAid KFC3100OB Chef Series 3- Cup Food Chopper:

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  • 3-cup work bowl ideal for small jobs and making sauces, dips, frostings
  • Reverse-spiral-action blade pulls food down for uniform chopping
  • Electronic pulse pad provides precise control; 240 watts
  • Wet and dry compartments on domed lid for adding flavorings
  • One-year “total replacement” warranty

I needed a new chopper for a long time and couldn’t turn this down when i saw it in the gold box deal. Makes cooking so much faster when i have a lot of chopping to do. I saw on some of the reviews that it quit working because the locks wouldn’t lock in, so it wouldn’t start. For that reason, i’ve been hand washing just to be extra careful. I find it easy to keep clean, tho, and have had no trouble with it at all.

I absolutely love this product it is so handy for mixing half a cup or a cup of pecans or whatever you’re chopping no big appliance to sit on your counter. I have had one for eight or nine years and decided to buy a second one just to have it on hand i would definitely recommend this to anybody that is chopping and grinding things for small amounts of food. It is so durable are use it at least two or three times a week i would highly recommend it to anyone.

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  • Favorite durable #1
  • WELL WORTH THE PRICE!!!
  • Wife’s new toy and I enjoy all she makes

Works awesome and thank you so much.

Bought this for my mom before thanksgiving and she was unconvinced that she would need a machine to do something that she could do by hand. But the small size, ease of use and speed at which the chopper got things done convinced her otherwise. I like that the bowl has a handle – makes it easier to use compared to the old cuisinart i have at home which does not.

So far, i am very happy with this purchase. It holds a bigger quantity than my previous mini chopper and does a better job. I ordered the red model because it was a few cents cheaper and love the way it looks on my counter.

I had one for a few years now and used it all the time. Broke the blade through no fault of the chopper (accident) and that is the only reason i needed a new one. I didn’t hesitate to replace it right away.It’s just the right size for most recipes since i only cook for two. I would recommend this whole heartedly to anyone.

Went through two choppers, one tv brand broke after fourth use, black and decker broke after second use. I have had a kitchenaid mixer, my mother’s which is over 50 years old and it still works as if it is brand new. So i ordered the kitchenaid chopper, it should have been my first choice. Have a 3/4 acre garden, freeze green peppers, banana peppers, onions, etc and believe me i have really put my chopper to use. What a pleasure, what a great product, what was wrong with me not buying it first. I love it and it just keeps going and going and going. It is a kitchenaid what can i say except excellent.

I received my kitchenaid 3 cup processor yesterday. What a difference from the cuisinart. This kitchenaid processor right out of the box, is notably better quality, and after using it a few times, the kitchenaid works so much better than the cuisinart. Yes there is a difference in price, but it’s worth every penny of that difference in quality. I read a review that said well you can’t expect the little cuisinart mini to do what a big processor can do. I certainly do expect the mini processor to do what the big ones do. The kitchenaid 3 cup will do as well as the big processors.

I don’t use a food chopper much so i don’t need a huge one. Generally the others that i’ve owned have been large and heavy and obnoxious sitting on the countertop. This one is the perfect size. It’s perfect for chopping nuts for cookies, onion for a meal, etc. I love it, now to keep my daughter away from it.

Shipped quickly and arrived as expected. Bought this as a replacement to one we currently own. Major mishap with the plastic assembly on our old one made it unusable. This is invaluable to us in the kitchen. Good quality and great functionality.

This unit is a hummus machine from fresh dried garbanzo beans that we purchased on amazon as well. With some seasoning, we can rival the product offered an many restaurants as an appetizer in the dfw area. We are very please with the ease of operation, the speed of chopping and most importantly the ease of clean up. Many devices are not used because it takes longer to clean it than the time is saved in using it. This one is a gem and we use it multiple times a week without worry due to the warranty on the product. Thanks kitchenaid and amazon.

This is my second kitchenaid chopper. I gave the first to my daughter thinking it would be easy to replace. I finally found this one which was the same as the first, except this new one is red.

Takes up less space on counter. Hardly ever us my standard sized food processor any more.

After having a kitchenaid mini chopper for years, using it mainly for making pesto, chopping onions, and grinding nuts, the little locking tabs broke. I bought a different brand, because it was much cheaper. The first time i used it, i knew i had made a mistake. The blades just spun around, leaving the basil leaves unchopped, the pouring hole was too small, and oil spilled all over the counter. I returned the piece of junk (which had been ‘sponsored by food network)and went back to this tried and true, reliable piece of equipment. It is called a ‘chopper’ and kitchenaid has a full size processor if that’s what you need – but this is perfect for the smaller jobs, and makes an incredible homemade pesto in particular.

I have a full-sized food processor that works poorly, and this little number has saved me several times. It’s compact, easy to clean, and tears through most anything. I’ve used it to turn home-made oatmeal cookies into pie-crust and used it to bring together a pesto sauce. I also respect the company for going the extra mile and including a little spatula.

This is a very handy appliance for my kitchen and i love the red color. It is so easy to use and does a good job of cutting up vegetables, meat, nuts and any kind of food that is safe to use. I have used it for several years and really appreciate the help it gives me in preparing foods.

Great little processor with lots of power but the pulse button sticks so i will have to return it. Aside from this issue, it seems like a good little machine. I will chalk it up to a ‘defect’ and won’t be too harsh. I barely touched it and it slashed my finger.

So happy to have found the kitchenaid chopper. I love the one purchased several years ago and decided to find a future replacement. I received it right away and it is just as i hoped for.

KitchenAid KSM6521XCA Professional 6500 Design Series Candy Apple Bowl-Lift Stand Mixer : Great, wonderful

I purchased the kitchenaid 600 pro for my parents. I have since purchased a kitchenaid 6 qt 6500 mixer and have noticed the differences between the two and it all comes down to power, noise and price. Kitchenaid 6500-the 600 produces a lot more noise than the 6500 but let’s be honest, it’s a mixer, it’s not supposed to be silent. -the motor of the 600 mixer has 575 watts whereas the 6500 mixer has a 1. 3 hp motor (which equals out to about 1100 watts). So yes, the 6500 is a lot more powerful and i can say that with complete confidence, having used both within a week of each other. -the 600 comes with a stainless steel bowl and mixer parts that must be used only with the stainless steel bowl.The glass bowl and it’s attachment pieces (meaning the dough hook, etc.

I ‘upgraded’ to this from my 4. I wanted a larger bowl for when i double recipes, and i’ve always likved the pretty glass bowls. After using it a few times i went back to using my old mixer, for a few reasons. #1 i don’t really like how the bowl lifts, it is more difficult to get the attachments on and off than it is with tilt head. #2 the glass bowl is pretty heavy, and since i am left-handed it makes it a bit more difficult to manage since the handle is on the right side. The weight also makes it harder to pour batter into pans, etc. So now this sits in my pantry and i pull it out when i need to do big batches but my 4. 5 quart is still my workhorse.

KitchenAid KSM6521XCA Professional 6500 Design Series Candy Apple Red Bowl-Lift Stand Mixer with 6 Quart Glass Bowl

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  • Mix, knead and whip ingredients with ease
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I purchased this after owning two other (tilt-head) kitchen aid stand mixers. I loved them, but needed a bit more volume and power for when i make christmas cookies. I specifically purchased this one because of the dc motor. With my old ones, when the mixture got thicker i had to increase the speed just to maintain the same speed as it bogged down. With this one it just continues on with so much torque that you don’t need to change the speed (unless you actually want it to go faster). Pros:way more power than the smaller models. Has a lid for the bowl with a recess in the top that the head fits into, so no dust gets in it when it is stored. Glass bowl, very heavy, very solid, you can see what is being mixed and if you need to scrape the sides. Way more solid than the smaller ones (which are already really solid). Much quieter (i believe because of the dc motor)cons:there is a lot less room to work under the head than one where the head tilts away.

The dc motor is very smooth and worth the additional cost over the ac versions.

First one i ordered made a weird whistle sound. I called customer service and they sent me a new one and it is work awesome.

KitchenAid KSM6521XCA Professional 6500 Design Series Candy Apple Red Bowl-Lift Stand Mixer with 6 Quart Glass Bowl : Can’t say enough good about this mixer. The bowl is heavy to pour , but you can do several batches at a time. A real timesaver when you have a lot to do.

Just need to find out how to get another glass bowl as i usually am working on two or more projects at once.

My wife loves it,she has never had a stand alone mixer before,got the slicer attachments also,very nice.

I use it primarily for baking and doughs – heavy doughs – which it gets through without even heating up. Wish i had another bowl, perhaps a metal bowl, for kitchen efficiency.

Great mixer for bread and heavy dough.

Have a smaller kitchenaid, but bought this replacement for it’s large capacity. I can make several batches of bread/cookies now in one mix. The only thing i noticed is sometimes when you lower the bowl to put in items, it doesn’t feel like there is enough room and i tend to spill flour (or. I think they have an attachment for add-ins. I think if i did a lot of baking, i might buy it. Also the silver paint on my unit had runs, which i thought was odd for such an expensive item. I didn’t return it, but did consider it. I was just too excited to have it to complain.

This is my third kitchen aid stand mixer. Over the last 50 years, i’ve worn out two others. They took years of heavy use, but i had to replace my second one this last christmas. While any kitchen aid would have worked well for me, i opted to go for the 1. 3 hp version in the professional 6500 series. I made breads, divinity, candies, dozens of cookies, etc. I noticed a difference in how quiet the motor was. The mixer didn’t dance around its shelf when making divinity or bread, like the previous models.

Great looking mixer, but these glass bowls are heavy as heck. I’m 6′ tall, 200lbs, i can handle it just fine, but no one else at home wants to use this mixer because of the bowl. If it breaks, you’re looking at $135 plus tax & shipping. Water gets behind the stainless steel band and behind the rubber gasket. The stainless steel band, appears to be high quality stainless steel. Hopefully it won’t rust, but how do i get the water spots or food out of there???. Love how quiet these dc motors are. I have made about 20 cakes with this mixer, everything turns out really well. If you don’t mind that black grease in your food. On top there’s some very sticky yellow grease. I called ka about this, they say they aren’t technically trained and have no idea if the yellow stuff is food grade grease or what not, but the black stuff is. Also they confirmed it is not a ten speed mixer, which is why you only see 2,4,6,8. They claim that you can sometimes hold it between the numbers and get another speed.

Does everything and as much as we loved our previous kitchenaid this one does circles around the old one.

Sooo excited to have it and was really pleased with how quiet it is. Totally looking forward to making gingerbread dough and royal icing for gingerbread houses this christmas.

I purchased the costco kf26m2csr 600pro as a christmas gift, due to an issue with bowl height adjustment ka replaced it under warranty with a 6500pro (they were out of stock of my original one, so i guess i got lucky) for sure the 6500pro is quieter, i had them next to each other and did a noise test. I cant comment on whether its really more powerful as i didn’t do any mix tests whilst i had both of them side by sidealso for people looking for a stainless steel bowl for this model, the correct bowl is ksmf6peh. This bowl is the correct one for ksm6521 models and kf26m2 models, and kfef6l is the correct flex edge beater for glass bowl.

I simply don’t know where to begin here as there are so many things that i simply adore about this kitchen aid professional 6500 stand mixer. For one thing, this is a relatively quiet, ruggedly built, beautifully finished and high quality frosted pearl white mixer which mixes and kneads bread dough seemingly effortlessly. In fact, when working with bread dough, you wouldn’t want to use anything less than the kitchen aid professional 6500 stand mixer. Since i received this mixer about a week ago, i have been working with 2 bread loaves at a time thus far (small family), but kitchen aid clearly states on the owner’s manual that this particular mixer is designed to mix and knead up to 8 loaves at a time. Well, i can certainly believe it as this kitchen aid professional 6500 stand mixer is equipped with a 1. 4 hp output will easily make short work out of anything that you could think of.

Have had one for over 16 years and it’s going strong. Bought this one for my daughter and she loves it, especially the glass bowl.

How did i ever get along without this mixer?is it big?. Yesbut if you are like me and have done your homework, you knew that already. I’m no pastry chef but i do enjoy baking and experimenting with recipes. I also enjoy guns and target shooting but i digress. This mixer lives up to the hype. The dc motor is super quiet and powerful enough to mix concrete. Seriously though if you are looking for a great mixer and don’t mind spending a few bucks, grab this one. Holidays are just around the corner. Btw this model included the ‘flex edge’ beater and it cleans the sides of the glass bowl very well.

We returned this mixer as it was much to big and heavy. This in my opinion is a mixer for a professional or someone that makes a lot of cakes or bread and leaves the mixer sit out all the time.

Great seller to work with, they ran out of the sugar silver i ordered and gave me the option of waiting or replacing with another color. I chose pearl white (which i had debated on from the start). I researched hours on what model to get, found very few of this one, but it had the best reviews of kitchenaids.We used it for breads, cookies, potatoes, you name it, over the holidays and it never gave any questions about the motor overworking. Ground hog and stuffed sausage with it too. Cant imagine not having one now.

I have mixed feelings on this mixer. . Great machine as far as the power. The paddles seem that they do not get the bottom of the bowl mixed well at all. You have to keep lifting the bottom ingredients up. I made a creamy pie the first day and it did a terrible job mixing. I make a lot of frosting for cakes, so i bumped it to the powerful model. I had the smaller mixer for years.

KitchenAid 80127 KGSSA Stand Mixer Attachment – Five Stars

I have a kitchen aid for about 20 years and have always dreamed of owning the attachments and finally after begging my husband each year he finally got it and purchased the attachments and now i am using them often and loving them. I will never again buy the shredded cheese in the prepackaged bags because i can now shred the cheese myself. Big savings at the grocery store.

Mechanism clogs often, feels often loose and is wobbling. Does the job overall, but probably only a matter of time until it brakes.

The wife does the baking and mixes w/ the attachments that come w/ a kitchen aid. I do the veggie slaws and such. My main use though is grinding meat. A fresh ground piece of meat makes a much, much better tasting burger. You choose the stuff that goes into it like maybe some garlic clove or onion as well as the quality of meat and combos-aka venision and beef. It doesn’t get ‘pre-cooked’ as the large commercial grinders have a tendency to heat up.

These are a must for kitchen aid owners. They work vewry well and can save a lot of time and effort.

Works okay , struggles with tensions or lean meat. Construction of product mostly plastic , not as stout as you’d think it should be from kitchen aid.

After reading about the telltale kitchenaid ‘clicking’ of other models, i purchased this commercial mixer. However, this mixer also clicks when mixing bread.

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  • Works well once you search the Internet on how to actually use it.
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I like the slicer attachment but am worried that the grinder will not work good enough for what i use it for. Grinding vension meat for bologna and jerky. Does not seem very well made for that.

Great add on for my kitchen aid, only thing lacking is a sausage stuffer.

Great attachment from kitchenaid.

Attached to a newer model and a model made long ago and both worked perfectly. Ground 3 pounds of deer in minutes. Cheese shedder also worked perfectly. Shredding a block of cheese in no time.

Features of KitchenAid 80127 KGSSA Stand Mixer Attachment with Food Grinder, Rotor Slicer, Shredder and Sausage Stuffer, White

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  • Slicer/Shredder with 2 slicing cones for thick/thin & 2 shredding cones for fine/coarse.
  • Food Grinder with fine plate for meats & coarse plate for firm vegetables & cheeses.
  • Sausage Stuffer for the Food Grinder (Requires FGA, included).

From the manufacturer

KitchenAid Mixer Attachment Pack 2

Use the power of your KitchenAid Stand Mixer with any of the attachments included in this pack.

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Mixer Attachment Pack 2

The food grinder helps you grind vegetables for homemade salsa or raw meat, which you can then turn into homemade sausage using the sausage stuffer. Plus, the rotor slicer/shredder makes quick work of shredding cheeses and slicing vegetables for a variety of other dishes.

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Easy to Install on the Attachment Hub of Stand Mixer

Simply attach to the multipurpose attachment hub and the power of the stand mixer begins processing.

Designed to fit all KitchenAid Stand Mixers

Designed to fit all KitchenAid Stand Mixers.

Easy to Clean

Clean grinding plates with warm, soapy water. All other parts are dishwasher safe.

KGSSA includes

Food Grinder (FGA), Rotor Slicer/Shredder (RVSA), Sausage Stuffer Kit (SSA).

Attachment Pack 2 with Food Grinder, Rotor Slicer & Shredder, and Sausage Stuffer Attachment Pack 1 with Food Grinder, Fruit & Vegetable Strainer, and Rotor Slicer & Shredder Attachment Pack 3 with Food Grinder, Citrus Juicer and Sausage Stuffer
Compatibility Compatible with Any KitchenAid Stand Mixer Compatible with Any KitchenAid Stand Mixer Compatible with Any KitchenAid Stand Mixer
Attaches to Power Hub
Includes Multiple Attachments
Sausage Stuffer
Citrus Juicer
Rotor Slicer/Shredder
Fruit & Vegetable Strainer
Food Grinder
Material Plastic Plastic Plastic
Warranty 1 Year Replacement Warranty 1 Year Replacement Warranty 1 Year Replacement Warranty

Included

Food Grinder

includes two stainless steel grind plates (fine and coarse). Grind raw or cooked meat and dried bread using the fine plate. The coarse plate is used to grind firm vegetables, dried fruits, cheese and raw or cooked meat.

Rotor Slicer/Shredder

includes four stainless steel cones for thick or thin slices of firm fruits and vegetables, as well as fine or coarse shreds of crisp vegetables, nuts, and dry bread.

Sausage Stuffer Kit

quickly produces fresh sausage from scratch. Two stuffing tubes are included; a 3/8”stuffing tube to make small breakfast sausage, and a 5/8” stuffing tube to prepare larger varieties, such as Bratwurst, Italian or Polish sausage.

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Bought this a very long time ago, and still use it at least 2 times a week.

I bought my wife these attachments for her kitchenaid so she can make her own sausage and grated cheese. She said it was bigger then what she expected and absolutely loved it. We cleaned them with water and put the attachment straight to use. I would recommend this to anyone looking to find multiple uses for their kitchenaid. It is metal not plastic the slicers are very sturdy and the meat grinder is awesome.

Great service and if needed for additional items i would use again.

I just purchased the plastic meat grinder for my kitchenaid mixer. All it did was turn meat to mush with a lot of pushing on the food stomper. I called kitchenaid, but they didn’t know what to do about it. So i looked at the worm gear, cutting blade, and grinding disk and discovered two significant design errors. Here’s what to do about them:1. The blade does not touch the grinding disk. This is like trying to cut paper with scissors whose blades don’t touch. To fix this, take a thin yogurt or cottage cheese lid (1 mm thin or less) and cut a circle the size of a penny out. Then in the center of the circle, cut a 3/8 inch square out.

Shredding cheese is totally worth the investment. I’ve been shredding by hand for years but this makes it so much easier.

I have made so much sausage since buying this and i absolutely love it. Yes it’s plastic but it’s a lot cheaper than the expensive all metal ones and you get the same fantastic results.

Powered by your KitchenAid Stand Mixer.

Did not quite lock into my mixer, had to modify the detente holes on the attachments. Believe it was due to a slight manufacturing defect in the mixer.

I haven’t yet made sausage with it, but that’s coming in due time. (want to try chef john’s recipe for breakfast sausage patties). In the summer i use the shredding tools all the time for making cole slaw. Definitely glad i bought these to go with my kitchenaid.

Came quickly and as described.

The shredding attachments are great for vegetables. Did not care to use cheese with the shredders.

The plastic is very cheap i dont expect these to last long one accidental drop and i see this breaking into pieces. Considering the quality of off brand equivalents?. I think kitchen aid attempted to save money here. The attachments do the job and well though.Oh and good luck cleaning them my first try was carrots and it stained orange now after my first use.

Initial review of the slicers thick, thin, fine, coarse . I used a block of cheddar to test the fine shredder and it worked as expected producing finely grated cheese producing small shreds great for tacos or combining cheese with any other ingredient. This shredder has a ‘1’ stamped on the bottom. . I used a potato to test this one and it produced long shreds of potato which would be great for hash browns. If you like your cheese shredded more coarsely this would work great as well. This shredder has a ‘2’ stamped on the bottom. I used a potato to test these slicers and couldn’t tell a visibly material difference in the thickness between the two. The two slicers have ‘4’(thin) and ‘6’(thick) stamped on the bottom for identification. Being the geek i am i used a micrometer to measure the width of the cutting space and on average found there was ~. 012′ (that’s 12 thousands of an inch) difference between thick and thin; for reference a dime is. 050′ (fifty thousandths of an inch) thick which means the difference between thick and thin is 1/4 the thickness of a dime. They both appear to be great for making thin potato chips but not thick enough for scalloped potatoes as the user guide indicates.

Slicer/Shredder with 2 slicing cones for thick/thin & 2 shredding cones for fine/coarse.

Good price and as advertized. Well packed and fast shipping. This well made sturdy is what we expect from kitchenaid.

Bought for my wife who wanted this. Of course, what man wouldn’t want fresh ground sausage, so of course i did the right thing and got this for her. Anyway, she loves it and i get good eats so of course we give it 5 stars. Hint from our experience, watch a bunch of videos on youtube and learn about the tricks to get it to work well. The included manual will leave you wandering how to attach it much less use it.

So far, i haven’t gotten much use from these. I bought it to shred cabbage for homemade sauerkraut but that was an epic fail. The cabbage leaves kept getting caught under the blade, causing me to take it apart several times just to get the job done. It was faster just to cut the cabbage by hand.

Slicer blades not sharp enough. Great for cheese if you are doing a lot otherwise not worth dirtying all the pieces. Meat grinder works best with small pieces.

If you own a kitchenaid stand mixer you’all want to purchase this attachment. Makes shredding and slicing a snap.

When grating or slicing a lot of the food gets stuck around the bell and just spins around and doesn’t slice. Also with the way it sits on the mixer its hard to get a bowl under it since the mixer base half under it and the counter is half. It kind of makes grating cheese a two person job and that seems a bit ridiculous.

I had made sausage a couple of times using the grinder and stuffer. It works well for it be an attachment. A dedicated meat grinder would be faster but this servers for a home kitchen chef like me. I can’t comment on the slicer/ shredder as i have not used it.

Food Grinder with fine plate for meats & coarse plate for firm vegetables & cheeses.

Cutting edges fail pretty quickly.

I love the meat grinder to make sandwich fillings.

The grinder attachment deserves five stars. The rotary slicer deserves one. The blades were very dull and did not slice my food, but turned it to mush. If you want to do any kind of mass quantity of grinding or sausage stuffing, this is not what you’re looking for. (my boyfriend the hunter was severely disappointed. ) however, if you want to make some really excellent burgers for dinner or your own breakfast sausage, this is a dream.

I bought this for a father’s day gift with my kids. I couldn’t be happier with the results it brought. My husband couldn’t wait to try it. The key is to have the meat as cold as possible. My one thought for the future sales of this attachment is to include a small wire brush to clean the small metal parts.

Metal cutting inserts cups do not stay in very well.

Great attachment but rust really easily.

Sausage Stuffer for the Food Grinder (Requires FGA, included).

KitchenAid 9 and 12-Cup Food Processor 5-Disc Set Fits Models: KFP740/750; KFPW760; KFPW770, KA Food processor

I have had absolutely no problems with this disc set. So far, i have used the parmesan blade, slicing blade for potatoes, french fry blade, and the shredder for shredding mozzarella. Each has met and exceeded my expectations. I would highly recommend this.

We tried the frenchfry disc first and it made hashbrowns instead. It says to lay it horizontal but the feed tube is not that big so we used the slicing disc to make the frys. It sliced the sweet potatoes with ease. A liitle expensive for the product should be about half.

They work well when i need them.

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  • Set Includes: Thick 6 mm slicing disc, thick 6 mm shredding disc, french fry disc, julienne disc, parmesan/ice disc
  • Fits Models: KFP740/750; KFPW760; KFPW770 . This will not fit any other food processor other than the models mentioned .

Comments from buyers

“Glad I purchased.
, It works ok
, Makes my KitchenAid Food Processor more versatile

I love my kitchenaid food processor 5-disc set. I really like the disc that shreds cabbage and carrots for coleslaw. Making french fries with another disc is quick and easy too. I highly recommend these discs for their quality, ease of care, and how they save me so much time in food preparation.

The original ones that came with mine weren’t enough. I like the thicker slices for stir fry (the original thin slice is okay for pizza fixin’s, but too thin for other purposes. ) love the larger grating for cheese on pizzas (original thin for hard cheeses).

I purchased the set to add to my existing disks mostly because of julienne disk and to save the money (purchasing separately costs about $24. I’m greatly disappointed with julienne disk which creates total mess. When i used it for zucchinis i thought well it’s because it’s too soft, but carrots were even messier. It looked worse than just simple grating. It wasn’t uniform in size (some sort of little tiny sticks along with fine shredding) i was looking for long uniform matchsticks. I’m still looking for julienne device which would produce fine long pieces with minimal waste. Any suggesting greatly appreciated.

High quality and sharp blades for food processor.

Very good, would highly recommend it.

They were listed as ‘used’ but they are perfect. They work great and they were at a great discount. I do not know why they were listed as used.

I purchased the processor and blades at the same time. I had called in advance and was told no blades came with the processor. However, three excellent blades and a nifty storage box do come with the processor, so the extra $70. 00 for these 5 seemed rather unneccesary. They will allow more functionality than the standard 3 discs enclosed with the processor, but for us, these five would have been ‘over-kill’.

I especially like the blade for grating cheese and shaving ice. I buy my own bulk parmesean and this makes short work of grating it. I liked the set so well, i purchased it for my son and daughter-in-law.

These all do their intended functions as expected, albeit at a steep price. French fries, ice, different thickness slices, even french fries.

Perfect addition to the range.

The blades are sturdy, the julienne blade and french fry blade don’t work as well as i had expected, need to play with it some more. The parmesan blade is wonderful and slicing is slicing. Would order again, kitchenaid is the best.

Having kitchenaid products for many years, you kinds of know what you wanna make from time to time. I like the variety of thickness blades, even though i originally bought the set for the french fry blade.

We bought these with the idea we would need them. What came with the kitchenaid is, so far, all meets all of our disc needs.

I bought this mostly for the french fry cutter. I’m very happy with how the french fries come out. My kids love the taste of fresh french fries. I’ve seen reviews on this before, commenting on how small the fries are. That is a problem with the size of the opening in the cover, but since that can’t be controlled, i’m more than satisfied with the size of the fries. As far as the other discs, i’m still learning to use the food processor so i haven’t used them much. They seem mostly to be thicker or thinner versions of slicers i already have, but i’m sure i’ll see the need as i do more ‘processing. ‘ i just wish i had a nice case for all of these.

Haven’t tried the blades yet, but eager to be more versatile in the way i slice & dice food.

These items have made my kitchenaid kfp0922cu even more versatile and useful.

I purchased the kitchen aid food processor because cooks illustrated said that it was the best and now i know why.

I can make a greater variety of food with the ease of the food processor.

Perfect quality would use you again thanks.

As expected from any kitchenaid product. These food processor discs are high quality and sturdy. Excellent,as is the 12 cup food processor.

No problem with the seller, product was exceptional. Kitchenaid discs fit my processor as promised. Some of the discs don’t meet my needs, but that’s a kitchenaid thing, not an amazon or seller thing. Great transaction as far as amazon goes:).