Makes great hummus and anything you need to blitz into a. Makes great hummus and anything you need to blitz into a thin paste. The main machine stays on our counter it looks nice. The other parts we store away. It is loud but it can work very quickly so it’s not too bad.
Made some amazing smoothies. Smells a bit when in use but. Does what it says on the bottle. Made some amazing smoothies. Smells a bit when in use but hope that will do go eventually.
- Not the cheapest food processor, but recommended, especially because of the juicer.
- Very pleased with this product
- Makes great hummus and anything you need to blitz into a
This is after all a which best buy. This is after all a which best buy. The slow speed setting is far too fast for many things – in particular making good pastry. Sadly only after i took deleivery and unpacked it did i discover our continental friends can but the mcm4200. Same machine bur variable speed setting that can decide – just turn the dial where you want it. Fr and suggest you buy that one instead. In body storage for some of the smaller items is helpful. Woe the day that braun stopped making compact food processors.
There’s a lot that can be said about this food processor but most has already been said. At the price, it’s difficult to fault, and the germanic thoroughness with which bosch endow all their products means it’s unlikely to fail in the near future. It comes with sufficient attachments to prepare meals for the eighth army and all are equally bewildering to a mere male but it does appear that they’ve thought of just about every contingency. The manual that accompanies it is in black and white and is the usual multi- language, multi-model booklet which explains functions through a series of largely incomprehensible line drawings but fret not, as no more than an advanced degree in engineering is needed before you can make your first chips. And it does, indeed, make chips. The first outing was today, having pored over the manual for a few days and we made a salad, which required a fair bit of slicing and dicing. The first impression was that it wasn’t going to be quite as effective as the old kenwood, but that was an error. The machine is, in fact, extremely effective, and produces slices which are wafer thin and gratings that are so fine they threaten to spontaneously create soup. Oddly, this is where the most vital bits are stored, yet it’s also the hardest to open. That’s because there’s a cunningly concealed button beneath the base unit which is so well concealed that you can’t actually see it without inverting the machine. Inserting a finger to open it by feel works, however, and a drawer which rivals a japanese puzzle box for intricate interlocking appears. Al[l the mildly dangerous bits are stored here: slicers, dicers and whirly blade things that seem more suited to a horror movie than a kitchen are all stored in here out of the reach of tiny hands. The other lids, egg-whiskers, cream beaters, oddly-shaped funnels and shovers are all separate, as is the delightfully staunch liquidiser, which does exactly what its name suggests.
Merkmal der Bosch MCM4100 Food Processor, 800 W, 1.25 L – White/Anthracite
- Multiple discs
- Liquidiser attachment
- Powerful 800 watt motor
- Integrated accessories drawer
- 2 speed settings and pulse setting
Tries to be too many machines at once. This processor is trying to do too many things, so even to use it as a basic processor you have to assemble the 2-part blade. I have thrown away the juicer and squeezer and blender attachments which i don’t want because i have other machines which do it better. It does the job fine but it is more fiddly. Also the base of the goblet has intricate shapes which trap water when you wash it up so it doesn’t drain. I imagine all the other processors you might find are much the same.
This is magnificent piece of kit but it does require a lot of cupboard space. The gimmick of housing some of the attachments within the body of the main unit is made nonsense of by the vast array of attachments which have to be kept separately. I am staggered at how efficiently carrots, potatoes, parsnips, celery, apples etc. Get gobbled up and spewed into the bowl all chopped up. Very, very time and labour saving. There are plenty of videos on you tube devoted to this food processor, so you can marvel at its many functions before buying. There must be something it doesn’t do, but i have yet to find it. Besten Bosch MCM4100 Food Processor, 800 W, 1.25 L – White/Anthracite Einkaufsführer