Your food processor can do the work of a whole set of knives, a meat grinder, a food mill, a stand mixer. . . even an ice cream maker. Discover all new revolutionary recipes and smart test kitchen techniques that guarantee you’ll cook faster, easier, and better.
A great stir-fry depends on precisely prepared ingredients, which can be a challenge for home cooks. We used the food processor to streamline the process.
We achieved creamy ice cream by swapping the ice cream maker for the multi-tasking food processor and using a few clever ingredient tweaks.
When you have a food processor, making fresh, crisp potato chips at home is easier than you think.
Despite its simplicity, summery coleslaw can be a watered-down miss. We used our food processor to keep it above water.
With ovens that reach only 500 degrees and dough that's impossible to stretch thin, even the savviest home cooks struggle to produce parlor-quality pies. We set out to change that.
We wanted a recipe that is tender, flavorful, and—most important—consistent.
This all-purpose green sauce, made from parsley, olive oil, garlic, and vinegar, can be overly potent and harsh, and it separates easily to boot.
In paleo cooking, cauliflower is often used in place of rice, since it’s easy to process the florets into rice-size granules and it cooks up pleasantly fluffy. To make our cauliflower rice foolproof, we first needed to figure out the best way to chop the florets to the right size.