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Make delicious sauces, dips, and more with the KitchenAid Chef's Chopper 3-Cup Food Processor (KFC3100ER). This compact food processor chops anything from cheeses and vegetables to fruits and nuts, while the reverse-spiral action blade pulls food back into the blade for a consistent and precise chop every time.The CleanTouch touch pad wipes the food processor down for easy cleaning and the bowl, lid, and blades are dishwasher safe. Cord storage is located in the base for easy portability, while the domed lid pocks in place when the processor is in use. The sealed housing of the bowl reduces operational noise when in use, and the wet/dry chutes are in the lid for a safer operation.
KitchenAid Chefs Chopper KFC3100 Food Processor
$47.97 - $59.99
pros: Blades are tilted so food can be pushed up from bottom.
cons: none so far.
Kitchen Aid - YES!!!
My Kitchen Gourmet couldn't do its job so I went out and got this Kitchen Aid chef's chopper an... See Full Review
pros: Very handy, easy to clean, big enough, but not too big. High quality.
cons: Handy size means food must be pre-cut to fit in the bowl.
The perfect cooking companion
Build QualityThe build quality is as high as you would expect from the Kitchenaid name. That is to s... See Full Review
pros: Easy to clean, power cord storage.
cons: Awkward position of pulse button, difficult to align cup, noisy
It's Red Hot
Since I enjoy cooking, I do have a lot of different tools in my kitchen ... mostly Philips tools ...... See Full Review
pros: Small footprint, inexpensive, makes short work of chopping and dicing.
cons: None so far.
Say Hello To My Onion Mechanical Chopper!
The Mrs. and I are bargain shoppers; unless there is deal to be had, there is no money changing hand... See Full Review
pros: Looks good, works great, many many uses, cheap
cons: none so far
Can't believe I lived without it
I couldn't be more happy with the Kitchen Aid mini chopper. This little gadget is such a multi-taske... See Full Review
pros: Works great on small soft food like garlic, veggies and basil.
cons: Can't handle chewier things like sun dried tomatoes.
Great Performance, but be careful
This things seems to last forever as long as you make sure you are clicking the plastic bowl into pl... See Full Review
pros: It works very well, takes up little space. Good price.
cons: Spits food out of the top. Slightly too small.
Works for I need it for
After trying to puree things in my blender with no luck, I decided I needed a food processor. I had... See Full Review
pros: Small, comes in very handy, easy to clean.
cons: Only use for small jobs, almost chops too finely for me.
Handy Little Gadget!
I received the Kitchen Aid KFC3100 Chef's Chopper a few months ago as a wedding gift and I am very p... See Full Review
pros: Easy to use and works well. This chopper is priced to sell.
cons: The little things to nag about don't even cause me to pout.
Cute and Convenient
A year ago, I was in the market for a new mini chopper or food processor. My inexpensive Super Chopp... See Full Review
pros: Easy to use, compact, chops with ease. Easy clean-up. Worth the $35 price tag.
cons: It can be difficult to open the lid until you get familiar with it.
The Little Chopper That Could
I really love my Kitchen Aid three cup chopper! It chops vegetables quickly and easily with the touc... See Full Review