How to Choose a Food Processor


If you entertain usually, a food processor can be a lifesaver. Even if you’re just cooking for your family, it can save time and let you combine several functions in one appliance.


  1. Inspect your need for a food processor. If you preparing food for large amounts of people and would often use the slicing, shredding, cutting, chopping and other functions of a best food processors in market, you may be a candidate for buying one which saves time. 
  1. Consider the capacity or size you require. A 2- or 7-c. the bowl is likely to be big enough unless you usually make large quantities of food.
  1. Decide whether you need any extra slicing or shredding discs. Most food processors are sufficient without extras, but you may want to add discs now or later.
  1. Check special features such as mini bowls, feed chutes, and a number of speeds, pulsing function and whether blades are reversible. 
  1. Look for a juicing function if you’re interested in making fruit or vegetable juices.
  1. Check that the parts are dishwasher-safe. This saves cleanup time.
  1. Read warranty period carefully, and check on service options and replaceable parts also.



If you aren’t likely to drag out an appliance to grate cheese or shred carrots because it’s easier to do it yourself manually, you probably don’t need a food processor.

The heavier the base of your food processor, the less likely it is to move around when it’s being used.

The larger the bowl of the food processor, the more it’s likely to cost.

Make sure you have storage space for a food processor. It can be bulky, especially if it comes with extra discs and bowls.