Cuisinart DLC-10S Pro Classic 7-Cup Food Processor Observations and Reviews

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  • Includes steel blade, dough blade, slicing disc, and shredding disc
  • Extra-large feed tube for larger food slices
  • Dishwasher-safe parts
  • Five-year full motor warranty, three-year limited entire unit warranty

Professional power and versatility are at your fingertips, thanks to the experts at Cuisinart. The handy Pro Classic Food Processor slices whole fruits and vegetables, kneads bread dough and minces garlic with amazing ease. The 7-cup work bowl is heat-resistant, cold-resistant and shatterproof. Features extra-large feed tube, stainless steel medium (4 mm) slicing disc and shredding disc. Also includes chopping and dough blades. Exclusive how-to video offers tips and techniques. Easy to clean, wi Click toRead the rest of the review here…

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  1. 488 of 501 people found the following review helpful:
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Useful for a number of chores in the kitchen, December 26, 2003
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    Joanna Daneman (Middletown, DE USA) –
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    While I usually chop on a plastic cutting board with a big chef’s knife, the Cuisinart makes several tasks a lot easier. Chopping cooked or raw meat is one. If you are making hash from leftover corned beef, a short burst in this food processor is the easiest way to go. For mixing certain pastry doughs (pie or pate brisee) this is also a very good item to have, although you have to be careful to go slowly and not overprocess. The one thing the Cuisinart does is heat up the dough if you whirl it around too much, so you have to be careful. And if you put too heavy a bread dough in, using the plastic bread blade, you can heat the shaft up enough to jam the blade onto the central post and that’s a big nuisance. However, with these cautions, the Cuisinart is hands-down my favorite food processor and for shredding, slicing thinly or chopping, pretty much the best kitchen appliance for the job.

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  2. 220 of 226 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Excellent Addtion to a Gourmet’s Kitchen, July 17, 2000
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    Scott Trulock (Dallas, TX USA) –
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    For the size and the money, this is one of the better buys if you are looking for time- and effort-saving device for gourmets.

    This food processor can replace many other tools in the well-equipped chef’s kitchen: Mandoline, Pastry Knives, Potato Masher, to name a few.

    Since I began using the Cuisinart, I have been able to make well-mixed doughs for perfect pastries and breads, julienned veggies (with a separate julienne blade) for crudites, superb mashed potatoes and potatoes au gratin, as well as many other dishes with a minimum of effort.

    The only flaw of the Cuisinart line is the feed tube. While the multiple size feed slots make it easy to push anything from full-size potatoes to drizzling oil to make mayonaise, it can be a major challenge to clean due to the multiple crevices in the feed pusher.

    Overall, however, the Cuisinart can make short work of the most complicated culinary endeavors, with a versatility to match a whole counter full of manual tools.

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