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Salsa Maker, Food Chopper, Mixer and Blender - Salsa Master Manual Food Processor - Add incredible chopping power to your kitchen with this amazing tool. The Salsa Master can make salsa, chop onions, prepare salads, dice tomatoes, separate eggs and so much more. It is a manual food processor, so it doesn't need electricity, but it will offer similar speed and results when compared to those expensive alternatives. With just a slight turn of the handle, you will be able to chop, mix or beat faster than ever, and the effortless operation will result in food that is cut 20 times faster than you could with a knife. A two part blade spins around with each rotation, so for every turn, you will be chopping several times, and in multiple locations. Each blade is also double sided, so you can cut in both directions for maximum power. Either way you turn it will result in chopping, so give it a couple twists one way, and then spin it back in the other direction for a quick and even cut. It can help you make homemade salsa for your next party, chop onions without crying, or even meatloaf for dinner.
Manual Food Processor, Hand-Powered Meat Grinder Fast Salsa Maker Food Chopper Mixer Blender to Chop Meat Fruits Vegetables Herbs Onions Garlic
Manual instruction will be sent to you by e-mail!
Our food processor will work much better if you put enough food into it! Only a slice of apple is not enough ;)
How to Use:
1. Push the base to make the suctions absorb on the table.
2. Install the container, put it on the base and clockwise rotate to fit the two parts together.
3. Put the blades into the container and fix it.
4. Put the vegetables, meat or what you want to chop into the container. Then cover the lid and fix it.
5. Now choose the proper gear and insert the handle into it, then start to stir.
6. After finishing all the ingredients, replace the blades with the black salad spinner and stir all the ingredients together.
Kindly Note: The blades are very sharp, please be careful when changing it.
Full height: 24cm
Container height: 9.5cm
Container Diameter: 18cm
Container with holder height: 11cm
Our Salsa Master can make salsa, chop onions, and prepare salads, dice tomatoes, separate eggs and more. It needs no electricity, and will offer effective functions. It is not only suit for kitchen, also travel or other outdoor activities. This versatile tool makes quick work out of tough cutting tasks, and it's so easy to assemble, use and care for. It is perfect for slicing vegetable salads, chopping herbs, veggies, pesto, hummus, salsa, guacamole, boneless meat, and more.
1 x Food Processor
1 x Egg separator
1 x Salad spinner
Robert Jones shows you how to make amazing fresh salsa. Great for parties or just binging in front of the TV with a bag of chips.
Hamilton Beach Big Mouth Food processorFrom spicy salsa to perfectly sliced potatoes, the Big Mouth Deluxe food processor from Hamilton Beach can tackle tough tasks with ease. A redesigned high-performance processing bowl is specially designed to process any size batch, from large to small. The powerful 525-watt motor makes slicing, shredding, chopping, mixing and kneading quick and effortless. The Big Mouth's signature, extra-large feed tube, eliminates precutting of most foods such as potatoes, tomatoes and cheese. Home chefs will appreciate the 14-cup capacity for large processing with fresh results. The Big Mouth boasts 3 speeds plus pulse, a stainless steel chopping/mixing blade, and a reversible slicing/shredding disc. Model 70575 also comes with a popular french fry disc, which is seldom standard with food processors in this class. These blades typically must be purchased separately. The streamlined design looks great on the countertop but also fits nicely tucked away in cabinets. Easy to use buttons 42 Ounce Glass Jar
It chops, dices and mixes ingredients with no more than several turns of the handle. Each turn of the handle causes the razor sharp blades to turn approximately 4 times. A great addition to your kitchen, you will find you'll use this machine often. The Mini Food Processor has a double title of Salsa Maker for good reason: the time you will save chopping the ingredients for your salsa, leaves you more time to enjoy it.
When Breakfast Show anchor Crystal Britt isn't on the news, she and her daughter, 10-year-old Sydney, love to whip things up together in the kitchen. While most 10-year-olds don't like spicy foods, Sydney loves it. With a little help from mom and little sister 5-year-old Makenzie, Sydney shares one of her favorite recipes: spicy salsa. 1 onion 1 jalapeno or Serrano pepper (seeds removed) 2 cloves garlic 1 can whole peeled tomatoes (or fresh when in season) 2 cans rotel Juice of one lime Shake of hot sauce Handful of fresh cilantro leaves Salt and pepper (to taste) Directions:. Rough cut onion, and two cloves of garlic. Remove seeds from Serrano or jalapeno. Add to food processor and chop. Drain canned tomatoes and add to food processor along with Rotel, the juice from one lime, hot sauce, cilantro leaves and salt and pepper to taste. Blend all together in food processor and enjoy with chips. Crystal’s tip: We've also tried this recipe with grilled or roasted veggies, and a shake or two of cumin. It adds a totally different depth of flavor if you enjoy a smoky salsa. Source: www.kfvs12.com
Blend all together in food processor and enjoy with chips. Crystal's tip: We've also tried this recipe with grilled or roasted veggies, and a shake or two of cumin. It adds a totally different depth of flavor if you enjoy a smoky salsa. Download the
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