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As used by Delia .... great idea for students or those with little storage space ...

One of Kenwood most popular products and Delia's cheat gadget, the Kenwood CH180 Mini Chopper combines compact design with ease of use for consistent professional results.

This handy sized unit is ideal for chopping meat and vegetables, creating purees, mayonnaise and pesto, and chopping herbs and making breadcrumbs.

It will chop onions without tears and if you have trouble peeling garlic just pop the cloves in, give them a very quick spin and the skin will be off. Baby food is simple to prepare, and what about some very tasty dips, prepared in just seconds. This really is a very versatile little helper.

The Kenwood CH180 Mini Chopper has a dishwasher safe bowl and smooth design body making cleaning simple. There are 2 speeds available and the bowl has a capacity of 350ml or 150g.

size: 19 X 11.8 X 14.5 cm

weight: 950 g
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* Delia Cheat gadget
* 2 speed mini chopper for meat, vegetables, breadcrumbs and herbs
* Stainless steel blades for consistent results
* Safety interlock system prevents access to blades when in operation
* Cord grip for tidy storage
* Dishwasher safe bowl and unit dismantles for easy cleaning
#2
Bought one of these from John Lewis at Christmas for my mom and it was £18.50 so cheaper but not a massive saving.
#3
andyat2002
Bought one of these from John Lewis at Christmas for my mom and it was £18.50 so cheaper but not a massive saving.


Wow - I wish I was as well off as you!
25% is a very good reduction in my book.

..and what's a mom? Do you mean Mum - or possibly Mother?
Bet you can't wait for Trick or Treat! :p
#4
dvdvicar
Wow - I wish I was as well off as you!
25% is a very good reduction in my book.

..and what's a mom? Do you mean Mum - or possibly Mother?
Bet you can't wait for Trick or Treat! :p


Lol! :thumbsup:
#5
ordered cheers
#6
nicely
#7
:thumbsup: I had one of these well before Delia. Use it most days. Plastic a tiny bit cracked but still works very well after years
#8
Nice find :)
#9
Awww how cute, I want one :-D
#10
Thanks, heat and rep added.
#11
looks good, but can someone tell me, can you use this to chop veg up into chunky bits to got in shepherds pies, spag bol etc. or does it chop things up into tiny bits moresuitable for soups?

thanks
#12
Hi, I got one of these i few months ago and i am well impressed. It's compact, easy to clean and does what it says on the tin. In answer the to does it cut everything super fine like a blender for soup etc. Yes, it does both. I usually in example cut a onion into 4 quaters then chop by pressing the button, the more times you press obviously the fine the veg etc gets. Well work it.
Enjoy.:thumbsup:
#13
Cheers for this.
#14
dvdvicar
Wow - I wish I was as well off as you!
25% is a very good reduction in my book.

..and what's a mom? Do you mean Mum - or possibly Mother?
Bet you can't wait for Trick or Treat! :p



http://www.woodlands-junior.kent.sch.uk/customs/blog/2006/04/mum-and-mom.html
#15


Thanks for your erudite post. :roll:

You live in the West Midlands then do you?

Anyway, I would put it to to you that even though pronounced "Mom", that is merely the pronounciation of the word "Mum" and that is how it would be spelt by anyone from Dudley.
The same way "pump" would be pronounced "pomp".
Ask Lenny Henry. :whistling:
#16
Also £14.05 at John Lewus Online, can collect at a store next day with no delivery charge, so quite a bit quicker than Amazon if you have a John Lewis nearby.

http://www.johnlewis.com/230172804/Product.aspx?source=14798
#17
dvdvicar
Thanks for your erudite post. :roll:

You live in the West Midlands then do you?

Anyway, I would put it to to you that even though pronounced "Mom", that is merely the pronounciation of the word "Mum" and that is how it would be spelt by anyone from Dudley.
The same way "pump" would be pronounced "pomp".
Ask Lenny Henry. :whistling:


yo doe know what yowm talkin about yo doe. Yown bin tode: it's "Mom".
#18
Ursus
yo doe know what yowm talkin about yo doe. Yown bin tode: it's "Mom".


Pronounced Mom
Spelt Mum :thumbsup:
#19
Thanks I've ordered mine.
Mom's definitively the word not Mum.
#21
All gone up in price now and out of stock at dixons!
#22
Received mine today, what a great little tool!

How did I manage all these years without it! :-D
#23
weekiwachee
Thanks I've ordered mine.
Mom's definitively the word not Mum.

Correct.
E doe noe worreese er torkin abowt. Rownd eer we doe bie cards warren got Mum on, saftness.
If thi cosnt spayk proper like worreye dun, doe bother a tryin.
If thi calldst thi mother Mum thayd owny loff at yer.
#24
ordered, cheers
#25
Now reduced to £13.48 on Amazon
#26
great deal, have just ordered from amazon, now £12.45, free delivery

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