Euro-Pro Ninja Master Prep Blender and Food Processor, Blue

December 23, 2014 - Comment

Rule the kitchen with the Ninja Master Prep! Designed to combat even the toughest culinary challenges, this revolutionary food and drink maker combines the best features of a traditional blender, a food processor, and a stick blender all in one device. Designed with a 400-watt motor, the Ninja Master Prep puts the power in your

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Rule the kitchen with the Ninja Master Prep! Designed to combat even the toughest culinary challenges, this revolutionary food and drink maker combines the best features of a traditional blender, a food processor, and a stick blender all in one device. Designed with a 400-watt motor, the Ninja Master Prep puts the power in your hands with an ergonomic power pod. This interchangeable pod lets you move quickly from the blending pitcher to the food processing bowl for fast and easy prep work. Feel like a fiesta? Just fill the processing bowl with ingredients for salsa and the pitcher with ice and margarita mix. Then move down the line with the power pod and you’ve got an instant party! Forget mushy, soggy, half-chopped fruits and veggies. Ninja blade technology–with four individual blades for even, efficient results–offers unique processing power for uniform cutting, blending, and ice crushing whatever you’re preparing. One-touch pulsing lets you mince, dice, chop, or puree with ease–just pulse your way to perfectly prepped ingredients.

Product Features

  • 48-ounce blender and 2-cup food processor with interchangeable power pod
  • 400-watt motor head with one-touch pulsing for maximum control and consistant results
  • Quad blade technology for uniform cutting and ice crushing action
  • Splashguard and non-slip bases
  • Removable parts are dishwasher-safe

Comments

H.F. says:

Great gift for the gadget lover… This is my first video review, so here goes nothing! A couple of notes: I repeatedly said Ninja Master Pro, it’s Ninja Master Prep. I love it!! Something I did wrong in my video review that I just learned. When making ice based drinks, do the ice on it’s own first, then add your other ingredients. It makes the ice more like snow then baby ice chunks. As far as gadgets, this might intrique a non-cook into cooking.So far, I’ve made hummus, chicken salad, cheese dip, ice cream, italian breadcrumbs and a few various drinks. I hate processed breadcrumbs in the little cardboard cartons. I tossed those and now we make our own breadcrumbs in about 1 minute. So really no extra effort and it tastes so much better, plus I know exactly whats in it(herbs, bread, garlic, cheese)with no added chemicals or preservatives.For those people who rely on a food processor as their main go-to item when cooking, this might not be your thing. But for people…

B. Kerr says:

Excellent! I’ve been putting this little blender through it’s paces the last couple of days, and I have to say, it passed with flying colors.- Icecubes (even the pretty large ones)were not an issue, it blasted right through them and did indeed produce creamy/fluffy snow.- Grinding nuts – awesome! I frequently use nuts in my baking and cooking, from really coarsely chopped to fine nut flours. It did it all! A regular food processor generally either can’t go beyond the coarse chunks, or has the undesirable three-fold of nutbutter at the bottom, somewhat coarsely chopped nuts inbetween and hardly touched nuts on top! I would usually do little 1/4 cup batches in my coffee grinder, which a lot of shaking and sifting! Not anymore!- Chopping veggies – performed beautifully. I added chunks of random veggies, they all came out nicely and pretty evenly chopped – even leeks!- Finely chopped some lemon and orange peel in there too, no problem! Very nice and even processing!-…

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