5KitchenAid 13 Cup Food Processor KFP1319

KitchenAid 13 Cup Food Processor KFP1319

 VerifiedMPNs:19200, 19201, 19202 and 12 more
5KitchenAid 13 Cup Food Processor KFP1319
4.7

3 reviews

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Product is used
  • Several times a week
  • Monthly
Build Quality
5.0
Value for Money
4.5
Ease of Use
5.0
Cleaning & Maintenance
4.5
Noise Level
4.0
Safety
5.0

Reviews

3 reviews
Clare
ClareNew South Wales15 posts
 

Excellent

Purchased January 2021...although it doesn't get used as often as I would like, I use it for making cheesecakes. It purees the cream cheeses, Tofu to a creamy mix...can't fault it, it does it better than my sunbeam mixer.

The only negative to the processor is the attachments caddy that stores the attachments in the bowl. It is fiddly especially when you don't put it all back in sequence...I keep the instruction booklet handy.

I store the processor on my bench top...love the aesthetics. Show details

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Piajess
PiajessMetropolitan Adelaide, SA104 posts
 
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Joanne S
Joanne SCentral Highlands and Goldfields, VIC8 posts
 

Better than I imagined

After checking out all the options available I am so pleased with my purchase. Easy to assemble , all blades fit inside for storage . Bonus for cupboard space. Very swift and easy to chop , cut or dice. Pastry is beautiful mixed in this. Unbeatable quality

Questions & Answers

confused
confused

how do I find the dough blade- just opening the box

Piajess
Piajess  

There is no separate dough blade as such - the processor blade is found on the bottom of the accessories caddy. This is the blade to use when mixing dough together with spindle and spindle cover found at the side of the caddy.

confused
confused  

thanks - got it

jibs
jibs

How does this processor handle making nut butters and protein balls?

Piajess
Piajess  

Protein balls are fine, does a great job. Haven't made any nut butters, so don't really know, but I imagine there is no reason why it shouldn't do a good job.

jibs
jibs  

Thanks it was just I read some reviews of the processes not handling protein balls. My previous Jamie Oliver Phillips HR7782/00, 1000 watt did a wonderful job for 8 years, but alas has given up the ghost yesterday.

Details

CategoryFood Processors
Price (RRP) $499
Dishwasher Safe PartsYes
BPA FreeYes
Included Blade TypesGrating / Shredding, Plastic Dough Blade and Slicing Disc
Number of Speed Settings3
Dimensions 464 x 222 x 222 mm
Power400 W
Manufacturer Warranty2 year(s)
Colour / FinishAlmond Cream, Black Matte, Contour Silver, Empire Red, Onyx Black
ManualDownload manual
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  • MPN: 19200, 19201, 19202, 19203, 19204, 5KFP1319AAC, 5KFP1319ABM, 5KFP1319ACU, 5KFP1319AER, 5KFP1319AOB, 825131, 825132, 825133, 825134 and 825135
  • GTIN12: 883049616544, 883049616551, 883049616568, 883049616575 and 883049616599

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