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Top 10 reasons to love your food processor

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You should have a food processor, if you have not already. In fact, go now! From any device in my kitchen, is my absolute favorite, and I use it. In fact, I never put in your pocket. I have a little shopping or faster processor for the vegetables and herbs and a large cup-14 processor sorts of concoctions to make a wonderful. Then again, if you have one of these miracles, you have to get one.

Here are my top ten favoritedo things with the help of a food processor.

1. peanut butter cookies, the easiest recipe in the world: 1 cup sugar, 1 egg, 1 cup of peanut butter and a teaspoon of vanilla, if desired. Throw it in your processor, give it time for a few seconds until well mixed. Scoop up a spoonful of dough and wreckage on the side of the bowl, the spoon fall on a baking sheet and cut into pieces with a fork to make cross-hatch design. Bake at 350 degrees for 7-9Minutes and you have fabulous gluten-free peanut butter cookies.

2. butter dishes are definitely one of my favorites. In fact, I have the ideas of many restaurants, constantly looking for new flavors of bread. Armed with my food processor, what specialty the butter has never been so easy. My favorite is basil-garlic butter. With the establishment of a stick of butter with a clove of garlic, I add some chopped basil leaves and let stand in refrigerator for aWeek or so in an airtight container. Then there is the French bread and wine for dinner. Sometimes I also use the grilled cheese with mozzarella, tomato slices and bacon. So delicious!

3. Make steak sandwiches with a cool dog, but no steak left in the freezer until firm but not frozen. Processor and then add the sliced onions in a pot in which it was sautéing and peppers. Put it on a cornmeal bread, top with Jack cheese, and enjoy. SoWho has leftover steak? Plan for this and throw one or two steaks on the grill next time

4. One of my favorite applications for a food adds up when I had a difficult day. Some chopped onion, garlic, milk, flour, chicken broth, broccoli, cheese and pepper lightly together to make a great meal. After the onion and fry garlic, add all ingredients except milk and flour, cheese, cooking over medium heat for 10 minutes.Then combine with milk and flour and cook for 5 minutes, then allow to cool, while the cheese until it melts. Place in a food processor, and you have soft, broccoli soup, creamy cheese that day, can relieve stress-filled.

5. Want to make a great hollandaise sauce in a short time? ¾ cup melted butter and take it. Then take three egg yolks, 1 tablespoon lemon juice, 1 tablespoon of water and a teaspoon of Dijon mustard and stir up in yourFood processor, add the melted butter slows. Add to taste a bit 'more lemon juice, some cayenne pepper and some salt, mix well and store the mixture for 30 minutes.

6. Puree, unsalted and lightly seasoned foods for your baby and save the cost of cans or bottles of baby food. On the flip side of life, you can puree food for the elderly, questions have implants.

7. I do dips and spreads with my processor, but my favorite is a cucumber and pureeCream cheese dip. Sorry, secret family recipe.

8. I am a big fan of chocolate, and my food processor that makes me take melted chocolate chips, water, some tofu, salt, 3 egg yolks, half a cup of sugar and a quarter of a cup and a light chocolate masterpiece. My chocolate mousse is a favorite of all my friends, and can be filled with the grated chocolate, whipped topping, or both!

9. For chopping nuts, I use the shredding disk makes the playsmore uniform in size and the texture is too fine or risk turning the nut butter.

10. My 14 cup processor holds a 18.5 oz cake I made the cake, cook in less time than it takes me to carry my big mixer and find the right club.

Here it is, my list of favorites tenth Keep the processor on the Internet, and you will be amazed list of 10, how fast you are with your head.

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