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Cuisinart DLC-4CHB Mini-Prep Plus 4-Cup Food Processor, Brushed Stainless Steel

  • Mini food processor with 4-cup capacity work bowl
  • Touch-pad controls; auto-reversing blade for chopping or grinding
  • Easy-grip handle; dishwasher-safe parts make cleanup a snap
  • Custom spatula and instruction book with recipes included
  • Measures 5-2/5 by 7-3/5 by 9-8/9 inches; 18-month limited warranty

Product Description
Kitchen style! A brushed stainless finish adds a touch of elegance the MiniPrep Plus 4 Cup Processor is now a fashionable fit for any kitchen. Includes the tools to perform any food preparation task…with superior style.

Cuisinart DLC-4CHB Mini-Prep Plus 4-Cup Food Processor, Brushed Stainless Steel

5 Responses to “Cuisinart DLC-4CHB Mini-Prep Plus 4-Cup Food Processor, Brushed Stainless Steel”

  • Very good food processor for the the value. Very light weight and easy to use.
    Rating: 4 / 5

  • I make alot of salsa. This product is amazing & I love it. Its small & stores easy. A must have & it doesn’t liquify your veges.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  • I purchased this mini food processor quite recently, and we use it all the time, mainly to chop and mix healthy steamed vegetables with potatoes or rice. This way, we end up with a lot less carbs, but still get the satisfaction of having potatoes or rice. So far, I have not used it for anything else, but it handles what we need just fine. It is pretty easy to clean and handles very simply. Also, the Amazon price really rocks — I bought this on Amazon for about half of what I would have paid at the giant discount retailers. By the way, by using this little wonder to help provide us with healthier meals with more fiber and nutrients, I have lost 12 lbs since we got it. I love Indian food, so I generally make my potato or rice and vegetable concoction and pour various Indian curry dishes or other tasty Indian sauces with meat or no meat. Works really well.
    Rating: 4 / 5

  • I was hesitant about buying a small food processor. For some reason I thought it wouldn’t do the job as well as a big one. It was my first time purchasing a food processor and I am so happy I went with this one. Its fast, powerful and does a great job making baby food. :) I recommend this one for all the mommies that don’t want something too big but want the job well done!
    Rating: 5 / 5

  • GW:

    I wanted to LOVE it. I was in LUST with it. I even waited for the slightly larger, new & improved version to come out. But in the heat of battle it let me down.

    The day it arrived I was SO excited. “I’ll never use that big 14 cup behemoth again” I said. So I unceremoniously shoved it into the hall closet along with the vacuum, goat-skin rug, & the recently discarded Tupperware “cake-taker”.

    I proudly set my gleaming new mini-prep next to the K.A. stand mixer and the Mini ZO breadmaker in my one & only appliance garage (which will only hold THREE items.) “This is gonna be perfect for chopping herbs, making breadcrumbs, & chopping nuts” I thought. I admired it every time I looked at it.

    Then one weekend company was coming & I wanted to make spinach dip (you know the one with the leek soup mix & the spinach & the green onion?)I finally had a chance to put the mini-prep through its paces. Well the darned mini-prep was just a little too small…I know, because I TRIED!

    So down the hall I trudged to lug the BIG CUISINART back to the kitchen. Everything worked out & I only had 12 or so parts to clean & put away.

    Bloom off the rose.

    Next time, I was making carrot cake. But oops… the mini only has a

    blade, no grater. Back down the hall.

    This is getting to be a drag.

    TIME: Not many days later.

    SCENE: My house , a couple of hours before the BIG PARTY … Lots of company, MUCHO food to prep. Need a ton of basil for the pesto ASAP! I’m workin’ with greasy hands…I’m workin’ with ONE HAND!! AND THE BOWL WON’T COME OFF!! I used TWO HANDS! It was just like trying to catch a falling bar of soap in the shower! THE WHOLE THING TIPS OVER! The base of the mini just doesn’t have the weight of the BIG DADDY.

    End of love affair.

    Last time I saw the mini-prep it was on the clearence table at the church tag sale.

    “What about the nuts & the herbs & the bread crumbs?” you ask?

    A knife, a knife, a box of croutons & a sledgehammer……..easier clean-up.
    Rating: 2 / 5

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