A great little inexpensive machine
Had this for approx 12 months and it has done a large amount of work. Use it for making Hommus, dips, breadcrumbs etc.
Glass bowl is excellent, the unit is easy to clean. I thought the blade assembly felt a bit cheap and lightweight, but it has surprised me and survived alot of hard work so far. I thought about buying a spare blade just in case and to get longer life out of the whole unit, but there does not seem to be anywhere in Aus to buy them, so that means it will become landfill when the blade wears out, and I have to buy a whole new one.
This is a great machine at a very reasonable price. I would give it 4.5 stars If I could do halves.
Best little appliance I’ve bought.
The best kitchen appliance I have bought!!!! Saves so much time. So far I have used it to make chicken stuffing, crumbed biscuit base for cheesecake and minced chillies for homemade sweet chilli sauce. The bowl and lid go in the dishwasher, so only the blade needs hand washing. I totally recommend this product.
Purchased in January 2020 for A$39.00.
Perfect little addition to the kitchen!
I was looking for a good priced little chopper for the occasions when I just want to chop a small amount of herb, garlic, chillies that is easy to use as well as easy to clean as I already have the best machine for chopping, blending, mixing, grating, whipping, cooking and more, but it is a lot larger.
The Russell Hobbs Classic Chopper is the perfect addition for those little jobs. I love the glass bowl, it's very good quality too.
To my surprise, the blades are quite sharp, I wanted to chop a medium sized parsnip the other day, I didn't put h...
Questions & Answers
Hi my toddler pushed the glass bowl off the counter this afternoon and it has shattered. Is it possible to buy a replacement part?
Can you make nut butters with this machine?
Hi Karen B, no you couldn't make nut butters with this machine. The blades aren't sharp enough nor do they go fast enough. I don't think the manufacturers would even say it could.
The only machine I know of (and I have one) is a Thermomix, that can definitely make nut butters.
I use my Thermomix for a lot of my cooking, but this chopper comes in handy when I'm NOT using Thermi and I want to chop up garlic, chillies, onions, herbs etc. , for when I'm using my big stock pot or fry pan.
Hope this helps, Bye.
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