If The Great British Bake Off has inspired you to get busy in the kitchen, this Kenwood KMC510 kitchen machine deal could be right up your street – it’s reduced by £175.99 at Currys.
Now £199, this kitchen machine is designed to make light work of kneading heavy dough and making complex ingredients, according to Kenwood. But how easy is it to use, and will it really help you to make culinary treats?
See how the Kenwood KMC510 kitchen machine did in our expert lab tests.
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Kitchen machine, food processor or mini chopper?
With so many kitchen machines, food processors and mini choppers out there, it’s hard to know what type of gadget you need. These are the main tasks each machine is best suited for:
- kitchen machines – mixing cakes, kneading dough, whipping and whisking
- food processors – chopping, slicing, mixing and grating
- mini chopper – chop or purée small quantities of food quickly.
Take a look at the full list of pros and cons in our guide to choosing the best food processor.
How we test food processors
To recommend the best food processors, we assess how well food is chopped, mixed, whisked, kneaded and grated in a wide range of machines. We also check how loud each machine we review is, which is something you can’t check in the shops, to alert you to the nuisance models.
Deal of the week
Spotted the Kenwood KMC510 kitchen machine for less elsewhere? Let us know – email firstname.lastname@example.org with the details. All prices correct at 10am on Friday 17 August 2012.
To buy the Kenwood KMC510 kitchen machine, visit the Currys website.
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