Out of 12 Ratings

Owner's of the Breville Food Processor BFP800XL gave it a score of 3.7 out of 5. Here's how the scores stacked up:
  • Reliability

    3.67 out of 5
  • Durability

    3.83 out of 5
  • Maintenance

    3.75 out of 5
  • Performance

    3.83 out of 5
  • Ease of Use

    3.58 out of 5
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Do not fill the processing bowl
above the liquid ‘Liquid Max’ for wet
ingredients. Always add drier or thicker
ingredients to the processing bowl prior
to adding fluids.
To avoid over-processing when coarsely
chopping food, frequently check
consistency. Use the spatula to scrape
down the sides of bowl to ensure an
even texture.
If chopping fruit to add to cake batter,
process before making batter, adding a
little flour from quantity recommended
in recipe to prevent fruit from sticking
to blades.
When crumbing bread for stuffing, use
stale bread as fresh bread sticks to blades.
Add liquid to puréed foods after processing.
Use the small feed chute when adding
liquid to processed mixtures.
Peanut butter made in the food
processor will separate on standing. Stir
just before use.
When processing a variety of
ingredients, it is not necessary to remove
them after each addition, unless they
exceed the MAX level marking.
When mixing dry and wet ingredients,
the mixture will process more evenly
if the wet ingredients are placed in the
bowl preceding the dry ingredients.
Egg white foams used for aerating
mixtures such as fruit sorbet, work
successfully. A minimum of 6 egg whites
is recommended. It is recommended to
use the emulsifying disc to maximize
the effect.
Beating egg whites for meringue
requires lengthy beating to dissolve
the sugar and entrap the air. It is not
recommended to use the emulsifying
disc for best results.
Before slicing and shredding, trim the
food to fit the feed chute. Do not overfill
beyond the ‘Chute Fill Max’ indicator.
Before slicing and shredding softer
structured foods (such as meat), partially
freeze until just firm.
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