KitchenAid KFP750 Review

kitchenaid kfp750For years now, KitchenAid has been making quality products including small appliances, namely their prominent stand mixers and the KitchenAid KFP750 does not fall short.  So I knew that a KitchenAid food processor would not fall short. In comparison to other professional-styled food processor, the KitchenAid KFP750 has a solid feel, the base is weighted nicely and the components fit together very well.

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Starting at the top of the KitchenAid KFP750, the lid is made from a thick, clear plastic and has a generously sized feed tube.  It fits on the bowl very well and locks into place securely.  When locking the lid, you must place the lid with the tab to the left of the handle and spin it to the right. This took me some time to get used to, for I kept thinking I could spin the lid on from either direction. Not a deal breaker, I just had to get used to that, and in fact, I think it promotes a stronger final product.  The same is true for locking down the bowl.  

The food pusher separates into 2 pieces.  There is a red plastic insert that twists off and comes out of the larger, clear plastic food pusher.  Removing this red insert creates a smaller feed tube in the larger pusher which is handy for feeding smaller (thinner) items such as carrots or similar when you want greater control of how the food hits the slicing blade. On the other side of the large, clear plastic food pusher is a measuring cup offering measurement scales in ml (up to 100), oz (up to 4), pts (up to .2), and cups (up to 1/2). This is handy for making quick measurements when all your other measuring cups are not right at hand. In addition, the red, removable insert has a small hole in the bottom of it. This makes it ideal for slowly dripping oils or other liquids into your mixture when it is reinserted into the larger, clear plastic food pusher. 

The bowl is AMAZING in how solid it feels. It locks onto the base with a quick spin to the right. The handle lines up on the center of the base and the bowl will no longer continue to turn once it is locked into place. Again, same as the lid, the bowl only locks on from one direction. The handle is the key for the locking mechanism for the lid-to-bowl and the bowl-to-base. Once the bowl is in place on the base and the lid is locked down to the bowl, there is a locking pin in the handle that engages and the bowl cannot be removed. Unlocking the lid will release the locking mechanism of the bowl from the base. There is a liquid level indicator mark on the bowl, which you should heed in order to avoid that liquid leak from the seam of the lid.  

The blade inserts are VERY sharp!!! Handle with caution in and out of the food processor and in cleaning.  The mini-bowl is a great add-on option for this already fantastic item.  

The base is again, very solid and well weighted. The button pad is completely covered so there is no chance of food leaking into the buttons. There is an On, Off, and Pulse button. I use the pulse button frequently as the engine is so powerful on the ,KitchenAid KFP750 you won’t need extended food processing times as you might with other food processors to accomplish the same goal.  Large rubber pad are found at the corners of the base to prevent sliding and movement when that big 700-watt motor fires up.  And speaking of which, the motor on this unit is incredible. It is so powerful, yet it is like a whisper in comparison to the noise emission of other food processors I have used.  You can actually talk on the phone and finish getting that recipe from Mom while processing your food.  It is a delight to operate!!! 

 The accessory kit is generous and has a nice case that holds all your items together. 

To conclude, I won’t bore you with all the items I have processed in this KitchenAid KFP750 GOLIATH food processor, however, I will say that any job I have thrown at it, it makes “minced meat” out of!!! Bravo to KitchenAid for scoring an A+ with such a simple, yet delightful and highly functional kitchen tool that is sure to please the most demanding chef in each of us.  The KitchenAid KFP750 is a bit on the pricey side, but worth every penny!

Here are some of the great features of the KitchenAid KFP750:

•    700-watt food processor with a 12-cup work bowl and multipurpose stainless-steel blade
•    Durable sealed housing creates sound barrier for quiet operation; pulse control
•    Extremely quiet operation
•    Dual feed tubes; 4-cup mini bowl with blade; assortment of standard accessories included
•    Base wipes clean easily; dishwasher-safe bowls, blades, and discs
•    Accessory case for food processor blades, discs, accessories
•    Measures 16 1/8 by 8 5/16 by 10-2/5 inches
•    1-year replacement warranty
•    Weighs 24 lbs
•    Available in 7 colors, Chrome, White, Red, Pink, Onyx Black, Empire Red & Komen Pink

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Some of the my favorite features are:

The KitchenAid KFP750 is extremely quiet, which is so important in kitchens with ceramic floors, marble countertops and stainless steel appliances, where noise reverberates off everything. It’s super powerful, it ground steak into burger meat with little fuss.
For the price, it has 1001 uses and appears to be exceptionally well made.  Every single part of the KitchenAid KFP750 is dishwasher safe which is a huge plus. The mini bowl is simply a stroke of genius.  To produce super thin sliced potatoes for homemade chips, this food processor sliced a 5-lb bag in less than a minute and a half.  Maple roasted almond butter (20-25 minutes) Pecan butter (5-7 minutes) Frozen banana “soft serve” (2-3 minutes) 
Fresh pesto (1-2 minutes) Need I say more?

The power, versatility and ease of cleanup of this machine have made the most daunting tasks quite do-able, and inspired me to try recipes.  Recipes, I previously thought too labor intensive for the result. KitchenAid comes through again!

Here’s what one of the owners had to say about the KitchenAid KFP750:

OMG! After searching for the perfect food processor I wanted to give this one a try since its specifications sounded quite convincing. I did get convinced and impressed with this machine. I would call it the wonder machine. One important thing I wanted in my food processor; ‘quiet motor’, and it is. With such a powerful and heavy motor its quite surprising how quiet this machine works. The first time I used it I thought it wasn’t working because it wasn’t making any grating sound, but then to my surprise, it did a great job.(R. Kaur)

Review paraphrased for size – View original review here.