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  1. #1
    Manda Ruby Guest

    Default In the market for a mini chopper - mainly for onion

    I want minimum contact with onions and shallot. I need to chopp them
    to be used in kabob like Seek or Sheek and Persian and otjer middloe
    eastern style as well as in making curry once a while.
    I also want to cut veges though I have decided ot use frozen ones and
    prepackaged one (spinach) mainly so that I won't have to cut them
    often.

    I foudn a review that says "Krups minioPro Chpper" that might not be
    available anymore.

    Someone I know Moulinex and use it for onion. I can't find "Moulinex"
    on the net. Once I click the link for Moulinex, it's some other
    brand.

    The other one I am interested in is Kitchen Aid but I am not sure
    it'd be as good as Moulinex for onions.
    http://www1.macys.com/catalog/produc...tegoryID=46715



  2. #2
    Manda Ruby Guest

    Default Re: In the market for a mini chopper - mainly for onion

    I foundn Moulinex but it's UK vendor. Anyone knows who sells it in
    CA?


    On Apr 18, 10:01*am, Manda Ruby <manda.r...@gmail.com> wrote:
    > I want minimum contact with onions and shallot. *I need to chopp them
    > to be used in *kabob like Seek or Sheek and Persian and otjer middloe
    > eastern style as well as in making curry once a while.
    > I also want to cut veges though I have decided ot use frozen ones and
    > prepackaged one (spinach) mainly so that I won't have to cut them
    > often.
    >
    > I foudn a review that says "Krups minioPro Chpper" that might not be
    > available anymore.
    >
    > Someone I know Moulinex and use it for onion. I can't find "Moulinex"
    > on the net. Once I click the link for Moulinex, it's some other
    > brand.
    >
    > The other one I am interested in is Kitchen Aid *but I am not sure
    > it'd be as good as Moulinex for onions.http://www1.macys.com/catalog/produc...556&CategoryID...



  3. #3
    Melba's Jammin' Guest

    Default Re: In the market for a mini chopper - mainly for onion

    In article
    <[email protected]>,
    Manda Ruby <[email protected]> wrote:

    > I want minimum contact with onions and shallot. I need to chopp them
    > to be used in kabob like Seek or Sheek and Persian and otjer middloe
    > eastern style as well as in making curry once a while.
    > I also want to cut veges though I have decided ot use frozen ones and
    > prepackaged one (spinach) mainly so that I won't have to cut them
    > often.
    >
    > I foudn a review that says "Krups minioPro Chpper" that might not be
    > available anymore.
    >
    > Someone I know Moulinex and use it for onion. I can't find "Moulinex"
    > on the net. Once I click the link for Moulinex, it's some other
    > brand.
    >
    > The other one I am interested in is Kitchen Aid but I am not sure
    > it'd be as good as Moulinex for onions.
    > http://www1.macys.com/catalog/produc...tegoryID=46715


    Sounds like you've got it figured out. Maybe the people on
    rec.food.equipment could offer opinions about the Moulinex.


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    Barb, Mother Superior, HOSSSPoJ
    http://web.me.com/barbschaller
    Updated 4-11-2010

  4. #4
    Manda Ruby Guest

    Default Re: In the market for a mini chopper - mainly for onion

    Moulinex mini chopper found

    http://www.electricshopping.com/shop...per/index.html

    but where is the processor option on that site - they showed in the
    video they put on youtube?

    On Apr 18, 10:10*am, Manda Ruby <manda.r...@gmail.com> wrote:
    > I foundn Moulinex but it's UK vendor. *Anyone knows who sells it in
    > CA?
    >
    > On Apr 18, 10:01*am, Manda Ruby <manda.r...@gmail.com> wrote:
    >
    >
    >
    > > I want minimum contact with onions and shallot. *I need to chopp them
    > > to be used in *kabob like Seek or Sheek and Persian and otjer middloe
    > > eastern style as well as in making curry once a while.
    > > I also want to cut veges though I have decided ot use frozen ones and
    > > prepackaged one (spinach) mainly so that I won't have to cut them
    > > often.

    >
    > > I foudnd a review that says "Krups minioPro Chpper" that might not be
    > > available anymore.

    >
    > > Someone I know Moulinex and use it for onion. I can't find "Moulinex"
    > > on the net. Once I click the link for Moulinex, it's some other
    > > brand.

    >
    > > The other one I am interested in is Kitchen Aid *but I am not sure
    > > it'd be as good as Moulinex for onions.http://www1.macys.com/catalog/produc...CategoryID...- Hide quoted text -

    >
    > - Show quoted text -



  5. #5
    Sqwertz Guest

    Default Re: In the market for a mini chopper - mainly for onion

    On Sun, 18 Apr 2010 10:01:10 -0700 (PDT), Manda Ruby wrote:

    > I want minimum contact with onions and shallot. I need to chopp them
    > to be used in kabob like Seek or Sheek and Persian and otjer middloe
    > eastern style as well as in making curry once a while.


    Buy an immersion blender with chopper attachment. I'm very happy
    with my Braun:

    http://www.amazon.com/Braun-MR430HC-.../dp/B00004S9GX

    Except I broker the blender attachment through no fault but my own,
    after about 4 years of heavy use.

    -sw

  6. #6
    manda Guest

    Default Re: In the market for a mini chopper - mainly for onion

    On Apr 18, 1:26*pm, Sqwertz <swe...@cluemail.compost> wrote:
    > On Sun, 18 Apr 2010 10:01:10 -0700 (PDT), Manda Ruby wrote:
    > > I want minimum contact with onions and shallot. *I need to chopp them
    > > to be used in *kabob like Seek or Sheek and Persian and otjer middloe
    > > eastern style as well as in making curry once a while.

    >
    > Buy an immersion blender with chopper attachment. *I'm very happy
    > with my Braun:
    >


    I have that one. In my wanting to keep it on the counter, I forgot
    about it. I bought the kitchenaid one today. .The red one was on sale
    for $29.90 at Fry's.

    > http://www.amazon.com/Braun-MR430HC-...Chopper/dp/B00...
    >
    > Except I broker the blender attachment through no fault but my own,
    > after about 4 years of heavy use.


    The lower attachement (to make smoothie) woudn't connect to the upper
    one anymore - I could get a replacement. I was happy using the cup for
    onion and garlic but I dropped it and broke a small piece off the
    round base. I put them all in one of the higher cabinet in the kitchen
    when I moved here and forgot about it. I am keeping the kitchenaid
    though. It's more roomy to scoop onion/garlic out. I have "magic
    chef" which comes with a smaller cup but the onion gets too liquidy
    like a puree.
    >
    > -sw



  7. #7
    Bob Terwilliger Guest

    Default Re: In the market for a mini chopper - mainly for onion

    amandaF wrote:

    > I want minimum contact with onions and shallot. I need to chopp them
    > to be used in kabob like Seek or Sheek and Persian and otjer middloe
    > eastern style as well as in making curry once a while.
    > I also want to cut veges though I have decided ot use frozen ones and
    > prepackaged one (spinach) mainly so that I won't have to cut them
    > often.
    >
    > I foudn a review that says "Krups minioPro Chpper" that might not be
    > available anymore.


    Tieh cohpepr yuo wtna soeg yb "Salp Cohp" adn solid ltae-nghti TV.

    Bob

  8. #8
    Brian Anasta Guest

    Default Re: In the market for a mini chopper - mainly for onion

    On Apr 19, 3:01*am, Manda Ruby <manda.r...@gmail.com> wrote:
    > I want minimum contact with onions and shallot. *I need to chopp them
    > to be used in *kabob like Seek or Sheek and Persian and otjer middloe
    > eastern style as well as in making curry once a while.
    > I also want to cut veges though I have decided ot use frozen ones and
    > prepackaged one (spinach) mainly so that I won't have to cut them
    > often.
    >
    > I foudn a review that says "Krups minioPro Chpper" that might not be
    > available anymore.
    >
    > Someone I know Moulinex and use it for onion. I can't find "Moulinex"
    > on the net. Once I click the link for Moulinex, it's some other
    > brand.
    >
    > The other one I am interested in is Kitchen Aid *but I am not sure
    > it'd be as good as Moulinex for onions.http://www1.macys.com/catalog/produc...556&CategoryID...


    Hi Manda,

    I have been using the Williams-Sonoma Mini Vegetable Chopper for the
    past few months and I MUST say I have been pleasantly surprised with
    its effectiveness and ease of use. Couldn't recommend it more highly,
    and it is not expensive either (around $18 per unit).

    Kind Regards,
    Brian Anasta


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