The Classic Food Processor From Cuisinart
The Cuisinart Pro Classic Food Processor makes all your favorites, from stir-fries and main course salads, to peanut butter and homemade bread.
Cuisinart DLC-10S 7-Cup Pro Classic Food Processor:
- 7-cup work bowl
- Extra-large feed tube holds whole fruits and vegetables
- Powerful enough to knead bread dough with ease
- Easy to use and clean
- Additional accessories included for even more versatility
- BPA free
Dimensions: Measures 7 in. x 11.25 in. x 14.5 in.
A Closer Look: Accessories include a stainless steel medium slicing disc, stainless steel shredding disc, chopping blade, small and large pushers, detachable disc stem, compact flat cover, spatula, and instruction/recipe book.
Take Care: All parts except for the motor base are dishwasher-safe and Cuisinart recommends washing them in the dishwasher. Insert the work bowl upside down. Remember where you place sharp blades and discs and unload the dishwasher carefully.
About the Brand: When the food processor was introduced in 1973, it wasn't known as a food processor; it was commonly referred to as a Cuisinart. The rest is culinary history. Savor the good life with Cuisinart.
A perfect gift for new homemakers, the food processor has become an integral part of modern cooking, speeding up a multitude of processes, including slicing, chopping, shredding cheese, vegetables and meat, mincing garlic and parsley and emulsifying mayonnaise. Cuisinart's Pro Classic comes with a 7-cup work bowl, four basic attachments for slicing, shredding, chopping and kneading, and large feed tube. This processor comes with a compact cover for use when the feed tube isn't needed and a pulse control that allows the desired degree of fineness when chopping and purÃ©eing. Remove the detachable stem for compact storage of discs. All the parts are dishwasher-safe and the motor base wipes clean. In addition, a custom-contoured spatula, a 50-page recipe booklet designed to familiarize the new owner with the care and use of the food processor are included. --Victoria Jenkins