Dice, slice, shred and julienne your favorite fruits, vegetables and hard cheeses. Powered by the KitchenAid® Stand Mixer, the Food Processor with Commercial Style Dicing Kit will have you processing in no time.
Correspondingly, can a food processor dice potatoes?
Can You Dice Potatoes In A Food Processor? Grab the slicing attachment for your food processor and set it to at least 1/4″ thick. Wash potatoes, and peel if preferred. Then cut each potato in half before placing it through the processor’s chute—slice by pushing one half through the food processor at a time.
Thereof, can KitchenAid food processor dice?
Dicing can be done by hand or with a food processor, like the KitchenAid® Food Pro, and is ideal for fresh, raw vegetables such as tomatoes, onions, and peppers to make salsa and salads. Diced ingredients provide texture to recipes whether they’re raw or cooked.
Can KitchenAid food processor slice potatoes?
You can certainly use your food processor to slice both firm and ripe potatoes, and here’s how: Wash your potatoes. Peel the skins off if necessary for the dish.
Insert the Reversible Slicing/Shredding Disc (shredding side) into the Food Processor. Shred the potatoes on speed 2. Put the potatoes in a bowl of ice cold water to remove the starch. Leave it there for 10 minutes.
The KitchenAid® 13 Cup Food Processor has the extra capacity for every kind of ingredient—for every kind of meal.