Food processor flips switch for slicing choices
The KitchenAid KFP1333 Food Processor incorporates an external lever for changing slicing thicknesses. An adjustable feed tube and variable speed settings further accommodate convenient food preparation.
Kitchens are constantly in a state of flux. Food comes and goes, transforming from raw ingredients into finished plates. Frequently, as the chopping, slicing, and overall prepping occurs, things need to be switched up on the fly. When confronted with change while operating a food processor, home chefs are usually required to exchange attachments, stalling the cooking process. Or they could just flip a switch. More than just a feature for adapting to change, an external lever on the KitchenAid KFP1333 Food Processor allows you to adjust slicing thickness of a variety of foods, whether the need to is foreseen or not.
Variety may be the spice of life, but that shouldn't be seen as a knock against unseasoned food; there is a good deal of variety in everyday food items. Complete with an adjustable feed tube and variable speed settings, the food processor accommodates whatever can be thrown at it. Or in it, as the case may be. It ships with a 13-cup work bowl as well as a 4-cup work bowl for smaller jobs. And of course, it goes beyond just slicing; when the time comes to switch out an attachment, the appliance comes prepared with two multipurpose blades as well as a dough hook, giving home cooks the versatility to tackle most any recipe.