Kenwood CH180 Mini Chopper £15.99 Delivered @ Amazon
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Kenwood CH180 Mini Chopper £15.99 Delivered @ Amazon

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Found 31st Mar 2010
The price of this goes up and down but this is the best it's been for a while. Cheapest price on the wed from a great retailer and it gets good reviews. Just ordered one.

Technical Details
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
Dishwasher safe bowl and unit dismantles for easy cleaning

8 Comments

I bought one from Amazon last time it was a good price. Does an excellent job.

I've got one too.
It's been fine

Editor

Thanks foolsgold99

For those of you that have bought this previously, is it suitable to do harder things than veg etc .. Would it be ok for things like biscuits to make biscuit bases for cheesecakes or would it struggle with that? Thanks

few days i bought same thing from my local curry store.
just reserve and collect, will give the same price as amazon.
although it is same item, only thing i do not need to wait for delivery to come.
Curry is also doing free delivery if you want to wait at home.
currys.co.uk/gbu…tml

I have one and its a great little thing. very, very little though:) I have used it for all sorts of veg, onions, carrots, celery etc and it does the job perfectly:) Its a bit time consuming though because its so small.

Lindteecork;8251028

I have one and its a great little thing. very, very little though:) I … I have one and its a great little thing. very, very little though:) I have used it for all sorts of veg, onions, carrots, celery etc and it does the job perfectly:) Its a bit time consuming though because its so small.


Great for making your own baby food though! :thumbsup:

millarcat;8250559

Thanks foolsgold99 :)For those of you that have bought this previously, … Thanks foolsgold99 :)For those of you that have bought this previously, is it suitable to do harder things than veg etc .. Would it be ok for things like biscuits to make biscuit bases for cheesecakes or would it struggle with that? Thanks



It wouldn't struggle, power-wise but it may well not be big enough, and because of that not very convenient.. Have used mine for breadcrumbs, and that's the problem - size (used to have a a big machine, but never replaced it when it packed in as I hardly used it)

Besides, with biscuits, plastic bag & rolling pin would be quicker, zero washing up, and probably produce less over-fine dust!

Original Poster

No probs millarcat
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