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With the Ninja Master Prep, crush ice into snow in seconds, blend frozen fruits into creamy smoothies, and chop fresh ingredients evenly. The interchangeable 400-watt power pod quickly switches between the 48 oz. pitcher and 16 oz. bowl to allow for versatility in the kitchen. Once you are finished with your blending or chopping, use the convenient storage lids to keep your food fresh.
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The Black & Decker 8-Cup Food Processor is a handy appliance to have while preparing food. It gives you the flexibility to slice, chop, shred, grate or puree as much or as little as you need. The stainless steel chopping blades and the powerful 450-watt motor work together to process food quickly in the eight-cup work bowl. A stainless steel slicing and shredding disc adds to the versatility and convenience. This stainless steel food processor features a food chute with pusher that helps with easy feeding of items. You can easily observe your food while it is being processed, as the bowl is transparent. Featuring a safety interlock system, this black food processor has touch-pad controls that help with easy operation. Its elegant appearance adds to your kitchen decor. 8-cup workbowl Stainless steel slicing and shredding disc Powerful 450-watt motor with touch pad controls Stainless steel chopping blade Food chute with pusher Safety interlock system Cord wrap
This Food Processor from Hamilton Beach with its powerful 450 Watt motor and large feed chute is fast and versatile. You can quickly chop onions, slice salad ingredients, shred cabbage, grate cheese, mix sauces or prepare pesto. It has two speeds plus Pulse. Comes with reversible stainless steel slice/shred disk and S-blade for chopping. Lid flips over for compact storage. Dishwasher safe bowl, li
Summer time means lobster season and what better way to celebrate summer than with some Lobster Pizza. Yields 1 Pizza. ½ c (120 ml) Basic Tomato Sauce (page 21). ¼ c (60 ml) heavy cream. 2 tbsp (17 g) grated Parmesan cheese. 4 oz (113 g) cooked lobster meat. 5 oz (142 g) oiled Pizza Dough ball (page 17). Extra virgin olive oil. ¼ c (105 g) Pizza Cheese Blend (page 20). 2 slices cooked smoked bacon, cut into Â½ -inch (13 mm) pieces. 2 tbsp (17 g) No Nut Pesto (page 80). Thinly sliced chives, for garnish. Puree the tomato sauce in a blender or food processor until it is smooth. Add the heavy cream and Parmesan cheese to a small saucepan and warm over medium heat to melt the cheese. Add the lobster, stir to coat all the pieces and heat gently to warm the lobster through. Lightly grease a metal work surface and the palms of your hands. Place the dough ball in the center of the surface and press down evenly with the palm of your hand. Working with both hands, start in the middle and spread the dough out with your palms while stretching the outer edges with your fingers. Lift up the edge farthest from yourself and slide your fingers under the dough. Move to the direct zone of your grill and place the bottom edge of the dough at the farthest point from you and pull the dough toward you to place on grill. Gently lift up 1 edge of the dough with the tongs to check for color. When you see some color setting in, lift the dou gh and give it a quarter turn with the peel. When the dough is sufficiently browned on the bottom, but not charred, remove it from the direct zone and flip it over onto the indirect zone. Drizzle with olive oil and brush the crust evenly. Spread the cheese over the crust, spoon the tomato sauce all around the pizza and add the bacon. Drain the lobster from the cheese sauce and reserve the liquid. Arrange the lobster around the pizza and spoon a little bit of the cheese sauce on each piece of lobster (just enough for a thin coating). Move the pizza to the direct side of the grill and rotate every 15 to 30 seconds to crisp the bottom. When the bottom is crispy, remove from the grill, drizzle the pesto around the pizza, garn ish with the chives, slice and serve. Yields about 1 Â¼ cups (170 g). Ingredients. 1 garlic clove, cut into 3 pieces. ½ c (120 ml) olive oil. ¼ c (35 g) grated Parmesan cheese. ¼ c (35 g) grated Pecorino Romano cheese. Add salt to one quart (0. 9 L) of water and bring to a boil in a medium saucepan. Prepare an ice bath to shock the basil. When the water boils, add all of the basil and submerge it. Cook for 2 minutes, drain and then put the basil in the ice bath to shock it. When the basil is cold, drain it from the water and lightly squeeze the remaining water out of it. Put the... Remove the pesto to a sealable container and refrigerate until needed. Source: www.whdh.com
Puree the tomato sauce in a blender or food processor until it is smooth. Add the heavy cream and Parmesan cheese to a small saucepan and warm over medium heat to melt the cheese. Add the lobster, stir to coat all the pieces and heat gently to warm the
Equipment: First, you will need a heavy-duty food processor or blender. Using a blender to make nut butters requires that you use a tamper, so I generally opt for my food processor. To roast or not to roast: While you don't need to roast peanuts
In a food processor or high-powered blender, mix ricotta, egg, and seasonings. Blend to combine completely. Spread half the ricotta mixture over the pizza strips, add half the sauce, half of any additional fillings you are using, and half the
@rosemaryboxer you can make yr own coconut butter if you have a food processor or a high-pwr blender take shrd coco (cheap) &blend for long 07/09/15, @elalastic
@followtheliider canned chickpeas, garlic, lemon juice, tahini, olive oil, salt/pepper. use a blender or food processor until all smooth 07/09/15, @m_baeden
#KitchenLifeHacks @AldiUK Blender or food processor? Batch chop onions, garlic, peppers, breadcrumbs & freeze for quick, easy use anytime 07/08/15, @mcculloch29
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First, the peanuts turn into a fine powder. If you keep going, they then turn into a smooth paste. Keep in mind that food processors and blenders tend to overheat if they’re forced to run for a long period. That’s why I prepare peanut butter in small ...
For this jelly, you cut green peppers into small pieces. You place half of the peppers and some vinegar in the blender or the food processor and liquify this. This is repeated with the remaining peppers and vinegar. The pepper mixture goes into a large ...
of oil. Cooking the garlic mellows the potent garlic flavor. Feel free to leave the garlic uncooked as well. In a food processor or blender, grind up the garlic, nuts, all the greens, salt and pepper for a minute or so. Scrape down the sides and add in the ...
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Q: If you could either have a blender or a food processor, which one would be better to buy? Which one is more multi-purpose? Sent by Amy