Top Food Processors And Vegan Recipes To Make With Them
Here’s a rundown of our favourite food processors in the UK, product reviews and delicious vegan recipes to make with them!
Sometimes we all need a little help deciding, be that what’s for dinner or which food processor to buy. Don’t worry, we’re here to help with both.
The VonShef multi purpose food processing mega-unit is the best value food processor on this list, especially considering its multifunctionality: chop, mix, shred, slice, juice, grate, make dough or liquidise. It comes in at £63.99 from the VonHaus website, so ultimate blend for your buck!
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To make the most of its shredding feature, we recommend breaking it in by making this delicious red cabbage pickle as part of our golden satay recipe.
We’re all about ease of use (and ease of washing up) here, both of which are the main reasons we love the NutriBullet 600 series so much. It’s not the most versatile of food processors on this list, but that’s reflected in the cost – at £59.99 from Currys.
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We think that it’s fuss-free and easy to use, especially when it comes to making this waste-free vegan pesto recipe.
From the least expensive to the most – the Vitamix Ascent is top of the range, the Porsche of blenders. It has a two horse-power engine (yes, you read that right) and is so powerful that it doesn't just pulverise solid fruits, vegetables and nuts but it can actually blend soup to the point of it getting hot! This model will set you back just shy of £450, but as the saying goes, a Vitamix is for life, not just Christmas – and it does come with a 10-year guarantee to soften the blow
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Other than its high speeds and strength, our favourite feature of this food processor is its self-clean function. We recommend making this vegan cashew queso chilli dip with yours.
If all of the above is speaking to you, but the idea of parting with that much cash isn’t, then how about Bosch’s VitaBoost? (Its take on you-know-what). It costs nearly half the price at £249.99 and has all of the same functionalities, just a little less power behind it.
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Looking for something to blend in your new Bosch? Try this creamy and irresistible vegan pumpkin pie recipe and thank us later.
Don’t worry, we didn’t forget about these guys. The Ninja 3-in-1 food processor is another multi-functional offering, just as the name suggests. Great for everything from soups to juices and jams to dips! It can be yours for £199 from Amazon.
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We think that it’s only fitting to utilise its soup-making capacity with this recipe for spiced carrot and butternut squash soup, the perfect lunch-time warmer.
by Fabian Jackson
Fabian is one of our lovely Content Marketing Interns who loves writing almost as much as he loves coffee, old episodes of Escape to the Country (no judgement here), and cooking up a storm in his kitchen.