While you can grind your coffee in your food processor, you should not. The food processor sometimes functions as a blender so it is strong enough to grind your coffee beans. On the other hand, you should not use your food processor to grind your coffee beans because you might not be able to achieve the smooth coffee consistency that you want.
· A high-quality food processor is one of the most versatile kitchen countertop appliances. Depending on the attachment, a good processor with a powerful motor can easily shred hard or soft cheeses, grind nuts into powder (or make a nut butter like almond butter or peanut butter), knead bread dough or pizza dough, make a pie crust, dice and slice fruits and …
· Put the hazelnuts and half the flour in a food processor and pulse until pebbly. Do not grind fine. Dump into a bowl and whisk in the rest of the flour. In the empty food processor, whip the butter until creamy, then add the sugar and the salt and process until smooth. Add the egg yolks, scraping down the bowl, and process again.
· He says: “A lot of people forget that coffee is a food product and, if the equipment is not properly looked after, it will eventually stop working properly and can make you seriously ill.” For instance, he notes that letting spent grounds sit in the equipment until you are ready to make your next coffee is a really bad habit.
· Here is the recipe as I made it: English Toffee Cappuccino Mix. Pulse in a food processor until ground to a fine powder: 2 ounces Instant Espresso Powder (I used instant coffee) 1 cup packed brown sugar. 1 small box instant butterscotch pudding mix. 1-8 ounce bag crushed English toffee pieces – either plain or with the chocolate coating.
· A great thing about this coffee cake is that it can be made all with your hands, per the original recipe, or all in a food processor if you have one. Arliano Update (Aggiornamento Arliano): Even after three days of nearly non-stop thunderstorms and pouring rain, we still have four watermelons on the vines.
· Using a food processor, grind the dried meat to a powder. Don’t leave large pieces, as it makes the texture of the bar much less enjoyable. This takes a while, and it’s loud, so cover your ears. It’s a good idea to get as close to a 50/50 blend of meat and fat as possible for the sake of shelf-life and flavor. Make note of the weight of both …
· The rapid action of a food processor’s blade can turn dough elastic in just minutes with almost no effort. Signs that the attachment doesn’t fit properly include spinning in the mixer hub while not in use, falling out of the front mixer hub when the attachment knob has been fastened and loosening or falling off the mixer during usage.
· You can also turn a can of diced or whole tomatoes into homemade tomato paste. Blend a can of tomatoes in a food processor or blender until smooth, pour the mixture into a saucepan, and bring to a boil over medium heat. Cook, stirring constantly, until thickened and reduced by about two-thirds.
· For a basic dog biscuit recipe, in a food processor, combine 2 1/2 cups flour, 3/4 cup dry milk, 1 tsp. sugar, 1 tsp. salt and mix well. Add 1 egg, 6 tbsp. oil and 3/4 c. water. Roll out to 1/2-inch thickness, cut with a cookie cutter. Bake for 25 minutes in a 350°F oven until hard and dry. Cool and store in an air-tight box.