I created this post – 5 Exciting Ways To Use A Food Processor In An Indian Kitchen for KitchenAid India, a brand I work with as their Culinary Council Member. I’ve been sent their products, and after trying them out, I love their range, which you can check out here.
Are there any gadget lovers in the house today? Hiiiiiiiiiii there!
I can safely say that over the last two years as food blogger I’ve converted to become a gadget lover and hoarder. But all along the food processor was something I always stayed away from, because you know space. Growing up, I’ve seen my mum struggling to fit a bulky food processor in the limited kitchen space that we had and failing miserably and I had no plans of going through that in my teeny tiny Bangalore kitchen. I own a small little Bajaj chopper and while it works, it’s now been relegated to the darker corners of my kitchen shelves because it always needs such large quantities of everything to do a good job. So when KitchenAid sent me their 14 cup food processor I was expecting a major space crunch.