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  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    POWERFUL FOOD PROCESSOR

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    Pros mentioned:
    Blades, Chopper, Ease of use
    Cons mentioned:
    Loud

    The Ninja Professional Plus Food Processor with Auto-iQ is powerful and relatively convenient. The package includes the Motor Base unit, a Processor Bowl, a Feed Chute Lid and Food “Pusher”, a Chopping Blade assembly, a Dough Blade assembly and a reversible Slicing/Shredding Disc with spindle. The power for this food processor originates with the 850 watt, two speed motor (Ninja also claims that the motor is rated at 1000 Peak Watts of power). The motor is loud of course, but not excessively loud. The motor does seem to produce more heat than would be expected. Even with a relatively short period of use, the motor base was palpably warm. It made me wonder if the motor would overheat during prolonged use or under a heavy load, such as dough making. I did not run it for an unnecessarily long duration in order to “test” the motor and determine if it would, in fact overheat, nor did we make dough. The motor is reportedly thermally protected, so in the event that it overheats, it will shut off until the motor cools down sufficiently to resume use. The Motor Base is equipped with small suction-cup feet which very strongly adhere to any relatively smooth countertop surface. They hold the food processor in place, and keep it stable in operation. However, removing the unit from the surface requires a little effort. I found it easiest to simply “pry” an edge of each suction cup slightly, in order to release its grip from the counter, rather than using brute force to detach it. The operating buttons / switches on the Motor Base include Power On/Off, Chop, Puree, Dough and Disc (Auto-iQ functions), as well as Low, High and Pulse (Manual functions). The Auto-iQ functions provide pre-programmed operations which are convenient time-savers. For example, the Auto-iQ Chop function is comprised of three cycles of an approximately two second duration pulse, at the high speed setting. A second or successive repeat of the Chop cycle produces a finer/smaller chop with each repetition. All of the buttons are backlit by white LEDs which is very nice. Any operating cycle can be stopped/interrupted by simply pressing the appropriate button a second time. The Processor Bowl and Lid are relatively thick plastic, and appear as if they will be durable, if not accidentally damaged through mishap or abused with rough handling. The Lid is equipped with a silicone rubber gasket seal (which does not appear to be replaceable) which prevents any liquid contents from escaping during processing. The Processor Bowl is very easily installed onto the Motor Base by rotating clockwise, and it is both audible and palpable when it is properly latched into place. Likewise, the Lid also snaps / latches in place atop the Processor Bowl. If either the Processor Bowl or the Lid is not fully latched in place, safety interlock switches on them prevent the Motor from operating. The user is alerted to the safety switch operation by all of the backlit buttons / switches on the Motor Base flashing in unison. The Processor Bowl holds a generous 9 cups. The Feed Chute, which is curved on one long axis, measures a scant 2-¾”, by between 1-⅜” and 1-9/16”. Many foods will require being cut in order to fit the dimensions of the Feed Chute, which might not be practical or suitable for certain foods or preparation styles. Using the Feed Chute can be challenging with some foods, as well. Thin or cylindrical foods like carrots or celery seem easier to slice or shred when several are placed in the Feed Chute together, whereby they keep each other more upright when being fed into the blade. The Slicing/Shredding Disk is mounted atop a separate Spindle, and is reversible with Slicing performed by one side and Shredding by the other. The Slicing thickness appears to be ⅛” and the Shredding thickness appears to be 1/16”. Unfortunately, the Ninja does not include additional Slicing/Shredding disks to support thicker or thinner slicing or shredding. That is disappointing. Some foods have a tendency to collect between the Slicing/Shredding Disk and the Lid of the bowl, and of course some foods, like hard cheeses will adhere to both the disk and the lid. Also, the amount of pressure exerted when pushing the food through the chute, affects the thickness of the resulting slices. If a steady, but not excessive pressure is used, most slices will be close to generally uniform thickness, at the intended ⅛”. However, if light or inconsistent pressure is applied, slices will be unintentionally thinner and generally not of the desired uniform thickness. Excessive pressure however will deflect the blade and/or spindle and potentially damage the Ninja. Since the size of the food item is limited by the dimensions of the Feed Chute, and the thickness of slices or shreds is limited by the non-adjustable single disk, for some preparations it will still be easier and/or better to use alternative implements. A food processor does not replace good knife skills, nor will it replace a mandolin when the thickness of the slices or shreds, or the size of the sliced food (i.e. slicing tomatoes or potatoes in full size slices) matters. Likewise, for small quantities, such as chopping/mincing several garlic cloves, it is generally not worth the additional effort to set up and then clean a food processor. The real utility of food processors, such as this Ninja Professional Plus, is when preparing larger quantities with faster speed. The Chopping Blade assembly is unique. Rather than the typical food processor blade arrangement of two opposing blades mounted at the same level, the Ninja Professional Plus blades are mounted at staggered heights on the spindle. This theoretically will chop food more efficiently and effectively. The blades are of course extremely sharp. The chopping performance appears to be very good. Of course, many foods will be propelled to the walls of the bowl, which requires intermediate scraping down of the sides with a soft plastic or silicone bowl scraper. The Dough Blade assembly essentially replicates the unique design of the Chopping Blade, but is entirely comprised of plastic, rather than having metal blades. We have not yet made dough in the Ninja, and thus have not evaluated the performance of the Dough Blade at this juncture. Curiously, the User Manual includes among its many warnings, the following on Page 5, Item 30: “Do not process dry ingredients with the Chopping Blade Assembly”. I found that to be somewhat baffling, and so did the Ninja Consumer Support Representative who I consulted on the telephone. Since “dry ingredients” presumably include anything from bread (for bread crumbs) to nuts (for chopping or processing into nut butter), that exclusion would severely limit the usefulness of the Ninja food processor. Many people don’t read the manuals which accompany appliances, but failing to read the Ninja manual will result in missing at least two warnings against loading the bowl with ice and attempting to produce “crushed” ice with the Ninja, which would almost certainly damage/ruin the thin, sharp chopping blades. Cleaning the Ninja Professional Plus Food Processor was generally easy. The more challenging components include the Chopping Blade assembly, the Slicing/Shredding Disk and the Food Chute in the Lid. Because the blades and slicing edges are extremely sharp, and accessing them can easily expose the user to injury, it is advisable to use a kitchen brush with handle on those sharp items. I found a toothbrush to be ideal for cleaning the slicing disk knife edge and shredding slots. Additionally, the Ninja product website recommends cleaning by using a few drops of dishwashing detergent in some water in the bowl and pulsing to clean the blades and bowl. Overall, the Ninja Professional Plus food processor is a great appliance. It is powerful and works fast and easily. It has a respectable nine cup capacity. It would be nice to have additional Slicing/Shredding disks for producing varying thicknesses, and I would have appreciated a larger dimension food chute. However, we will primarily use the Chopping Blade which ostensibly is a stand-out. The controls are excellent, and the pre-programmed Auto iQ operations are actually very practical and useful. Having an 850 watt motor also sets the Ninja apart from other food processors, as such powerful motors are not typical in food processors of this size.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Superb

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    My last food processor is about 20yrs old, and I pull it out a couple of times a year. This new Ninja is a huge step up. They addressed my biggest issue, being water tight, and staying where it is put. My old unit would "walk the counter" when turned on. This Ninja has 4 suction cups on the base, it stay where you turn it on. The silicon ring around the top also makes it leak proof. It has 4 tools included with it, a 3 blade chopper, a bread hook, a slicing tool and a grater. One of the thing I use a food process for all the time is grating fresh Horseradish, something that takes about 30s with a food processor. Another favorite of mine is compound butter, I happen to like gorgonzola butter on my strip steaks. I use 1/2# butter, and 5-6oz of gorgonzola cheese, and either fresh green onions, shallots, rosemary, or fresh basil. Put ingredients in FP on puree, and with IQ support in the Ninja, just wait for it to stop. It will come out in a big soft lump, which you can distribute on parchment paper, and turn into a log. Cut off what you need, when you need it. Making in advance, is a real time saver. In the recipe book that came with the Ninja food processor, was a recipe for a no bake Key Lime Pie. Very easy to make, 5 ingredients + pie shell (which I cheated on and bought pre-made). Combing the ingredients, turn on puree, and after about a minute the Ninja stops itself with a lovely, smooth mixture, that easily filled my pie shell. Chill in fridge for 2+hrs, and its ready to serve. The Ninja IQ function really does a good job, and its pretty quite. The attachments are very sharp, be careful. But they do a great job, they don't come with a case, which would have been nice. The only other function I'd like to see is a self cleaning food processor. But since the Ninja is water tight you can fill it 3/4 of the way with warm soapy water, close it, with the stopper in, and turn on, that as close as it gets to self cleaning. It the best Food Processor I've used outside of a professional kitchen (where I once worked).

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Well Made Processor

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    Pros mentioned:
    Blades, Chopper, Ease of use

    The Ninja Professional Plus Food Processor is Ninja’s latest food processor that comes with their Auto-IQ presets. If you are familiar with food processors, then what comes with the Ninja is no surprise. It has the standard chopping blade, and slice/shred/grating disc, feed chute, and processing bowl. It came with the surprise of the dough blade (none of my prior processors had one of these), and the aforementioned Auto-IQ settings. Features The processor packs a 1000W motor base, which has plenty of power to spin the blades or dough hook in thick mixes. The motor base, while powerful, is also pretty quiet - especially compared to my outgoing unit. My old Cuisinart processor had an 800W motor and was decently louder at full tilt than the Ninja, which made me pretty happy while using it. The cup/bowl is also pretty large, coming it at 9 cups its definitely the highest capacity processor I have used. The bowl clicks onto the base securely. The lid to the bowl has a gasket and a locking button. The gasket lets you puree up more liquid ingredients without making a mess – worked great for making restaurant style salsa. The Auto-IQ settings include chop, puree, dough, and disc. The disc setting obviously uses the disc attachment, and the dough setting uses the dough attachment. Pretty self-explanatory. These presets run a timed program that, for the most part, get the job done. The dough setting worked great while making cookies. The disc setting worked well shredding lettuce, and the puree worked well for salsa. The chop setting is more dependent on what is being processed, but it handled a white onion well and made quick work of some basil. There’s also low, high, and pulse settings for those that like manual control. When using the dough hook, the manual specifically states that it can only be used on the dough setting or low. The chopping blade has 2 sets of slicing blades – one at the bottom, and one in the middle. My old processor had blades on the bottom only, which meant if the food didn’t reach the bottom it didn’t get chopped. Lastly, all parts of the processor are top-rack dishwasher safe Safety You can remove the bowl while the unit is powered on and running, but as soon as you start to twist it off the motor cuts off. This works as a safety interlock and it does a good job. As you twist the lid on the button clicks into place and holds the lid. To remove you must press in the button first. Again, working as another safety interlock, the lid button helps keep the user safe. Also, without the lid in place (and locked), the motor won’t turn on. Trying to Open the lid while the motor is running will also cut off the motor. Ninja did a very good job designing these interlocks, so you can feel safe while using this processor. How’d It Do? The food processor work great! I was really happy with how it handled everything. I made salsa with it first using only stuff from my garden. The gasket on the lid kept everything in the bowl – something my old processor struggled with. The puree setting helped me get the salsa to a nice and smooth texture without liquifying it like a blender would. My mom was in town this last week and made cookies with my kids. The dough hook did a great job in this area. This was really handy since I no longer have a mixer (hand or stand). My mom was really happy with how it dough batches turned out, and she liked how easy it was to use and clean up afterwards. Using the disc for taco night I shredded some lettuce with the slicing side, and grated some cheese with the other side. Usually cleaning the disc after cheese is a pain. But since this does a good job holding in liquids I was able to fill the bowl with warm – NOT HOT – water and pulse it a few times to dislodge the stuck on cheese. Hot water/liquids should not be processed due to steam build up that may occur. Other thoughts All put together the Ninja is larger than my old processor (2 inches tall), but yet it packs down smaller due to the spindle design. That means it fits in my cabinets easier, so that’s a plus. I wish there was a pouch or something for the disc to reside in, especially since its sharp and there’s no place on the unit to store it (that’s assuming you are storing the chopping blade in the bowl). Fit and finish on the processor is excellent. Everything clicks together so soundly, and that gives it a solid build feel. I have to think this unit (motor, bowl, blades) will stand the test of time. The recipe book has a number of really good ideas in it. Definitely worth the look, especially if you are new to using a food processor. Overall, I had no complaints with the food processor. My old processor was great as well, and I enjoyed using it, but the Ninja is better in every way. The dough hook is awesome to use, the chopping blade with its 2 sets of knives did excellent, and the design of the bowl and lid safety mechanisms were well done.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Large and in Charge

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    Pros mentioned:
    Blades, Chopper, Ease of use
    Cons mentioned:
    Plastic

    I'm a big fan of Ninja kitchen small appliances. I think overall, they do a fantastic job. I'm a cooking newbie, normally afraid to step out of my comfort zone and try something new. Not only do Ninja products, like this food processor, perform well, but they also include fun recipes to try (not to mention the large swath of recipes available online for these products). IN THE BOX When you open the box you'll find a slicing/shredding disc (it's reversible), a razer sharp shredder, dough mixer, the motor base and the container. It's packaged well, and everything is easy to set up (even without the helpful quick instructions guide). One comment is that this is a pretty large food processor. For some that's a big benefit (and the reason for buying it) as it can prepare/hold a lot. But for others, it's something to keep in mind, especially for small kitchens. It's about as wide as a blender and is taller than you'd think (although I didn't measure it). BUILD QUALITY/LOOKS I have to hand it to Ninja, they have a way of making plastic look good. On the one hand, the blender "feels" somewhat cheap because it is entirely made of plastic. But nonetheless, I think it looks pretty elegant all things considered. I don't keep it on my counter top, but that's because of space, but I wouldn't mind it if I had the space. Point is, it's a nice looking product. And even though it's plastic, it's well built and thoughtfully designed. SETUP AND EASE OF USE In terms of putting the pieces together, it's straightforward. The container locks in, as does the lid, and only one of the three tools will fit in at a time. Obviously, the trick is knowing which one to use when (for those newish to the kitchen like me). But my point is that it's easy to use. There's only seven buttons (and three of them are low high and pulse) which makes using it even easier. Again, for someone like me who is new to cooking with a food processor, having clear and easy to use buttons that match your attachment (i.e. dough button for the dough attachment, chop for the blade attachment) is a big plus. The base has nice suction cups on it to keep it in place when it's operating. This baby moves pretty quick and you need not worry about the processor sliding around your counter. It stays firmly in place. PERFORMANCE This thing rocks in the performance department. I've made several dishes using this (both in the book of recipes included with it) including a vegetable casserole, cookies and pesto. All dishes came out perfect. But what made it so easy, other than the easy to follow directions, was how well the food processor performed. I put in zucchini, squash and tomatoes in the chute (with the slicing disk) and it made quick work of those vegetables, making uniform slices. Not only that, but the large container held it all at once. I didn't have to empty out the container at all, it was large enough to slice and hold several of each. In terms of cutting down prep time, it did that remarkably well. I also made pesto, and the shredder disc shredded the parmesan cheese in not time, and the container was large enough to hold the remaining ingredients. What I was left with was delicious pesto that had a fantastic and consistent texture. I also tried out the dough attachment to make cookies and they too, ended up tasting great. I’m no chef, and I was greatly aided by the recipes that were provided in the box, but I can comfortably say that this food processor can handle pretty much whatever you throw at it (so long as it’s not crushing ice, it specifically says not to do that). CONCLUSION If you are in the market for a food processor, you can’t go wrong with this Ninja professional model. It looks good, albeit a little on the big side, and performs remarkably well. And it is dead simple to operate.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Perfect

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    Owned for 3 weeks when reviewed.

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    Excellent easy to setup perfectly working l love it

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Ninja

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    Owned for 3 months when reviewed.

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    One of the best thing we purchase love the way Howard we make bread

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  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great Product

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    Pros mentioned:
    Blades, Ease of use, Power

    I received this in the mail, opened the box and I have to say Ninja has done it again. I have a Ninja coffee maker and was impressed by it as well. When this says professional, it MEANS professional, and to me it takes a food processor to the next level. First of all, here is what is included in the box: 1000 peak watt motor base It is POWERFUL! And when it says you can make dough/bread, up to 2 pounds in 30 seconds with the included dough blade - trust me - you can, we made homemade pizza dough and it’s fun to watch. A very good size bowl (9 cups) that Ninja made so easy to clean, all you have to do is use warm water, a couple drops of dish detergent and use the pulse button and it cleans the blades and bowl at the same time. Just rinse when done! If you prefer the old fashioned dishwasher, the bowl and blades are made to withstand it. Feed chute and pusher. It allows you to feed this beast without worrying about losing a digit! And with the powerful motor you can feed it. I have had no issues with the chute getting clogged, as we have with our other processor. You get a chopping blade, dough blade, and a separate spindle that you use with the reversible slicing/shredding blade (note of caution when using this attachment - IT IS VERY SHARP, I cut my finger on the blade) They are very easy to switch out and there is no guesswork, you know when the spindle/blade is seated properly. The thing I like about it is the brains of the unit. It comes with what Ninja calls Auto-iQ. With a touch of a button you chop, purée, make bread pizza dough or slice and dice. The machine knows. You also have two speed settings low and high. The included recipe book is okay, but this Ninja Professional Food Processor is so fun and easy to use, we can’t wait to use it and experiment with different foods. We made a salad and in a matter of minutes I have sliced the cucumbers, diced the onion and peppers, chopped the bacon and I was DONE. Again, a drop of detergent and some warm water, rinsed and it was clean. I love that Ninja included four suction feet on the bottom, there is no way it will slide or move during operation. And this processor is just the right size and looks great on our counter. Ninja claims it’s the most powerful processor under $200, this is the only professional model I’ve ever had or used, but if there is a better one out there for this price, I would like to see it. I would HIGHLY recommend this product!

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Job well done and easy to clean

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    Pros mentioned:
    Blades, Chopper

    I haven't had a food processor in about ten years, so I was very excited to give Ninja BN601 a try. All of its parts, including the blades, are dishwasher-safe, so that is a huge benefit. Caution: please note that these blades are super SHARP, so be sure to read the manual before assembling the unit to understand how to handle the blades safely. I was careful but still nicked a little skin on my finger (no blood, though), so please be aware. Once I washed all the parts with water and soap (didn't want to wait to run them in the dishwasher), I got my Ninja assembled right away - very easy. It has all the features you would need on a food processor - and something extra. When using the Auto-IQ program, it will stop on its own when the job is done - clever. My husband wanted to make hash browns, so he tried shredding potatoes with our new Ninja. He usually uses the manual cheese grater for this job, which could be risky at times, so he LOVED how safe it was to shred four potatoes very effortlessly in a couple of minutes using our new food processor. Shredded potatoes looked consistent in its size and cooked fast - job well done! For cleaning, I followed the manual and placed all the parts in the top rack of the dishwasher, and they came out clean as new and no damages. The unit is a bit bulky for our small kitchen but for everything this unit offers, it's well worth a sacrifice of the counter space. Since the pandemic, we've been cooking a lot more at home, so we look forward to incorporating more chopping, shredding and slicing in our cooking with our Ninja. The one thing I was particularly impressed was its design of the cord storage (?) on the back. You can wind the cord and it's neatly kept out of the way - genius!

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Expectations Met from Ninja Once Again!

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    Pros mentioned:
    Blades, Power

    I have bought many Ninja products and I’m never disappointed. Blades are sharp and holds about a cup more than its competitors. One benefit that you can always count on with Ninja products are its power with a 1000 peak watts. I’ve had it for a day and have already used it twice. One other benefit is that it’s easy to clean. Thanks Ninja for another solid product!

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    For a Ninja product, it’s average

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    Pros mentioned:
    Blades, Power

    I love Ninja small appliances for their durability, safety and quality. The Ninja Professional Plus food processor it more like other high end brands. It has a powerful motor, easy assembly, multiple safety features such auto disable when it’s unlocked. Cutting blades makes cutting and shredding easy and fast. But the shredding blade tends to leave big pieces when shredding some veggies such as cabbage. As for cleaning, it’s a breeze. Overall it’s a high quality Ninja product with many features.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Ninja doesn’t disappoint

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    Smoothies

    I tried all the features on the processor and even a little more. I used the blade and shredded zucchini and sliced cucumbers. Very nice even slicing and grating. There were very few pieces left after the grating was done. I puréed blackberries and then added ice cream and milk to make a mean smoothie milk shake right in the processor. I chopped celery, carrots and onions to add to meatloaf. The final thing I tried was making the dough for peanut butter cookies. Wonderful consistency and very fast to mix. This is an excellent addition to my kitchen.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Good size powerful Ninja

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    Owned for 3 weeks when reviewed.

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    I’m very happy with this product since I’ve never had Ninja products before and I didn’t know what to expect. I love the triple layer blades that are extremely sharp. I’ve only used the chop and puree options so far with raw and boiled vegetables, with walnuts and even meat that was minced evenly, so I would recommend this food processor although I haven’t used the dough blade or the disc, but they seem to be sturdy and good quality too. Another thing that I love with this food processor is the fact that it doesn’t occupy lots of room on the countertop. It’s very easy to use and to clean it. The only minus of this product is the plastic bowl that I would have preferred to be glass.

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  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Finally got a real food processor

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    Owned for 4 months when reviewed.

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    Happy with purchase. Family has always gone with cuisinart but I have had a small ninja nutri pro blender that has worked great for 5 years and wasn't afraid to branch out. Sharp blades, perfect size. Easy to clean but be careful with soaking as water can sink into areas and take a while to dry.

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  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Works as advertised

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    Owned for 3 weeks when reviewed.

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    Works great and versatile. So far I’ve used it to chop veggies for BBQ beans, salsa and my lizard. I’ve also used it to make pizza dough. I also own one of their coffee makers and blenders. All excellent products with no issues.

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  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Worth it!

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    Owned for 2 weeks when reviewed.

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    I bought this on a whim because I was in need of a robo coupe for a recipe, but opted for this food processor as a runner up. Coming from a Cuisnart manual food processor, this has changed my life in the kitchen. I already own a Nina Foodi and thought why not add another Ninja product to my kitchen repertoire. I love this food processor and look forward to many more uses.

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  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Mommy2boys

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    I love this processor. I have used it to shred and slice cheese, make pie dough, puree sauces. It works great. I really like the iq. I press the cycle I want and it works until it's done

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  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Love it

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    Owned for 3 weeks when reviewed.

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    So easy to use, easy to clean. Glad I got this food processor

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Super Nice Appliance

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    Owned for 1 month when reviewed.

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    Absolutely love love this processor. Compact, very well made and all the attachments are super well made. Fairly quiet to operate and easy to assemble and to take apart. Would definitely recomment

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Fast

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    Owned for 3 weeks when reviewed.

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    I fall in love with this Ninja Food Processor of mine , its one of a kind in helping me my chores in the kitchen , preparation time takes too long to make a menu, but with the help of my Ninja ….. no more time wasted !

    Features

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    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
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    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Mainly got it for shredding

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    Owned for 3 weeks when reviewed.

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    Quality
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Value
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Ease of Use
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     

    It shreds really well. Used it for several blocks of cheese. Haven’t tried making dough with it yet which is next project. But so far very happy with what we needed it for. It also looks very good with our other kitchen stainless steel appliances

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    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
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    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    Ease of Use
    5 out of 5
     
     
     
     
     
    I would recommend this to a friend