How to Get a Better Chop

by in Food Network Magazine, November 5th, 2013

food processorWhen you’re chopping garlic, onion or other vegetables in a food processor, keep the motor running and drop the ingredients through the feed tube. The food will bounce around and won’t get stuck in the blade or along the edge of the bowl, so you’ll end up with nice, even pieces.

(Photograph by Ben Goldstein/Studio D.)

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Comments (1)

  1. Dono55 says:

    This is a nice tip. Curious that when I am watching the stars on the food network They have everything thrown in food processor and just start it up.

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