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Homeleader Mini Chopper Review

hi everyone welcome to Amy learns to
cook on the show today we’re going to do
a product test and review of the home
leader food chopper what I thought is
really interesting about this chopper is
it has a glass bowl and I’ve never used
a chopper that had one like that so join
me as we do a review of the home leader
food chopper
so I just want to thank home leader for
sending this chopper I’m really looking
forward to testing it out like I said
I’ve never used a chopper with a glass
bowl before so thank you if you want to
take a look at this chopper there’ll be
a link down in the description so let’s
get this baby out of here so here’s our
little chopper and it’s the cute little
thing so in here we have the little book
on some of their products we have the
instruction manual that’s cool
and here’s our little chopper so this is
the motor part this is pretty cool so
here’s our motor and this goes on the
top and this is your button that you use
to turn it on and off and here’s our
boom
so here’s the lid and the motor is gonna
go on top of that and here’s our bowl
this is really really cool it has a
double blade just be careful because
these blades are yeah just be really
careful taking this off because these
are really sharp blades so we have a
double blade here sweet and we also have
look at this this is a glass bowl and
it’s got a thing here to hold the bowl
steady I really really like this so
you’re gonna put your blade in there I’m
gonna take this cord off we’re going to
put our lid on this is pretty sweet guys
and we’re gonna put the top on yay
and we got this going so let’s see how
this goes
wait wait okay let’s do a little
shopping let’s do a little bit of garlic
I don’t know what it is about little
choppers but I love them put the lid on
and swing wow that minced it up and like
zero time okay so I’m gonna put a little
bit of onion in here and see you’re
making like a omelet or something you
can just keep putting this stuff in
right nice Wow look at that beautiful
awesome so we’re gonna go for some
tomatoes and you have to be careful with
tomatoes because we you know if you’re
just chopping them and you let it go too
much you’ll have tomato sauce instead of
chopped tomatoes so we’ll see what we
get here I’m going to use these in an
omelet Eric said he wanted a Denver
omelet so
Wow I’ll try to make soup oh nice looks
pretty good my tomatoes are liquidy
because you know that’s how they are but
so if you used a more meaty tomato like
a roma or even some meaty cherry
tomatoes you won’t get all that extra
liquid in there but yeah it looks good
to me so thumbs up on the tomatoes so
let’s chop some parsley parsley is one
of those things that really show how
even a chopper chops I have a huge pile
of this I got two bunches and the
bunches were like huge so we might have
to do this in two rounds so I don’t want
to feel it too full and then it doesn’t
have an opportunity to cut it evenly
just be careful because these blades are
sure okay let’s let it rip
sweet did a pretty good job
looks pretty groovy I have my plate of
stuff here so let me just take this out
of here so we can examine it all on one
plate at the end right
so the gals get really actually does a
good job holding it down so let’s put
the blade in here we’re gonna rock and
roll on the rest of this I’m gonna tell
you that this is a lot faster than you
know you can always chop it with a knife
but this is a lot faster parsley takes I
always takes me a minute to chop a knife
I don’t know why see here rock gave it
five pulses one more pulse and there’s
our parsley so next we’re gonna do some
walnuts okay so I have the blade back in
here and I have about a cup of walnuts
these are great for cookies and brownies
and all kinds of fun stuff right and to
try to chop these up by hand is a real
pain trust me so we have our walnuts in
here let’s rock and roll
voices Wow sweet Wow okay so let’s look
and see what we have here so one of the
things I can tell you is I really like
the glass bowl I think the glass bowl is
a great idea and after using this I much
prefer it over the plastic ones and I
have no idea why I just prefer it they
have this gasket that the bowl sits on
it doesn’t like totally stay on the bowl
but it’s great like this but as soon as
you move the bowl well now it’s gonna
stay on a couple of times what
move the gasket just come off you can
use the gasket or not you could just put
a little wet little damp cloth yeah down
there and put or put on a silicone a
little hot pad and do that as well but
the gasket is a nice touch though it
keeps it from moving around the blades
are sharp is on the way so just be
careful with that make sure you don’t
cut yourself because those blades are
really really sharp in terms of the
walnuts look at that it did a beautiful
beautiful job everything is nicely
chopped and these will be great in any
kind of dessert or anything even a
topping for ice cream right so walnuts
big thumbs up so let’s see our other
stuff here that we chopped so the first
thing that we chopped was the onions and
garlic it did a great job it’s not going
to be like perfectly cut like if you
were to use a knife because your knife
you can control the size of the dice in
a chopper like this you can’t control
that as much but there’s no big like
huge pieces so I think it did a really
good job I think it gets an A for that
same with the parsley the person is
nicely chopped I don’t have a bunch of
huge pieces um it did a great job
the only thing issue for me was the
tomatoes they’re a little roughly
chopped I post it and I kind of think
that if I kept posting it I would over
process this stuff and you know I have
chunks like this mmm tastes good
um but you know if you’re just chopping
something to make a quick meal you’re
making an omelet you want to use this on
top of something it did a fine job you
can even make a little salsa out of that
it won’t be like perfectly you know dice
like if you use a knife
but it never will in a food processor
right so I think it did a fairly decent
job a little uneven but it you know it
gets the job done
yeah the tomatoes we got were the
tomatoes on the vine and they were quite
juicy with one of these choppers you
really want to use a really medium Roma
or some cherry tomatoes or something
like that it won’t be so juicy or if
you’re going to use a large tomato just
take the seeds out and to do that you
can squeeze it or you can scoop the
seeds out with a spoon but other than
that look at that parsley that’s just an
a job all the way so the home leader
chopper with the glass bowl I give it a
thumbs up if you want to take a look at
it I’ll leave a link in the description
once again thank you home leader for
sending this we’re gonna have a lot of
fun Eric’s gonna make a little omelet
with this so we’re gonna really enjoy it
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Food Chopper Buyers’ Guide

What is a food processor?

A food processor is a kitchen tool used to prepare food by blending, chopping, shredding, pureeing, dicing, and slicing. Food processors are very similar to blenders in many ways but there are some significant differences. A food processor usually does not require any liquid during use, while a blender requires a specific amount of liquid such as water in order to be able to properly blend the ingredients. Food processors are usually used for more intensive tasks, such as slicing hard vegetables or mixing thick dough. They also usually come with wide mixing bowls, so you can add many ingredients straight into the machine. Food processors also include various attachments and blade types, making them able to handle various tasks involving different ingredients.

How to use a food processor?

Start by choosing the blade you want to use for your ingredients and putting them into the food processor. Secure the lid and the bowl onto the processor, enabling the food processor to operate. Drop the food you want to chop into the long feed tube. Make sure to not overfill the bowl above the mark or it will cause leakage leading to a big mess. If the food isn’t going through or is going through very slowly, you can use the plastic pusher to help the food move into the bowl. For chopping food, use the S-shaped blade and the pulse button while also keeping an eye on the consistency of the mixture. For shredding cheese, put a block of it into the processor and use the pulse setting with the shredding blade. The S-shaped blade can also be used for soup fixings when broth and vegetables are added.

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Author: Emily Howard

I have about 300 different recipes in my collection, and I try to look for new tastes every week. I love to learn dishes from around the world and pamper my big family with a signature Italian cheese pie and my favorite Ukrainian borsch.