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Breville Sous Chef™ Food Processor, 12 Cup

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Designed to slice, dice and julienne like a professional sous chef, this commercial-grade food processor lives up to its name. A more compact version of Breville’s highly rated food processor, this 12-cup version features the power and precision of the Sous Chef in a smaller, countertop-friendly footprint.

Complete with auto-pulse, wide-mouth feed chute and accessories that provide more slicing, dicing, chopping and kneading options than ever, the Sous Chef’s powerful, commercial-grade motor can tackle anything you throw at it.

  • Manufacturer: Breville
  • Model: BFP660SIL
  • Includes: Unit, S-blade, dough blade, slicing disc, grater, feed chute, bowl
  • Material: Plastic, stainless steel
  • Care: Hand wipe unit clean. Removable components are dishwasher safe
  • Dimensions (outside): 17.32" H (with bowl) x 7.7" W x 11;" D
  • Capacity: 12 cups (dry); 9 cups (wet)
  • Weight: 16.53 lbs.
  • Watts: 1000
  • Warranty: 10-year motor warranty. 12-month replacement warranty
  • Made in China
FEATURES
  • Adjustable slicing disk easily converts from thick-cut to paper-thin slices
  • Large, 5"-diameter feed chute accommodates large chunks of food to speed prep time and decrease the amount of pre-cutting
  • Safety interlock system prevents the motor from running when the work bowl isn’t securely attached
  • Pause and pulse functions
  • Non-skid rubber feet keep unit in place when while processing
  • Hideaway cord tucks up inside the base to keep countertops clutter free
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Love this!!
For years I had been using an old hand-me-down food processor.... but only if it was absolutely necessary (my husband conveniently broke the lid so I had to buy a new one)..
Now I look for ways to use my Breville Sous Chef!! First thing I tried was using the adjustable slicing blade to cut celery for cornbread dressing for Thanksgiving. I was able to adjust the thickness to EXACTLY what I would have chopped it to by hand. WOW...Got a little crazy slicing celery... Had to give some away I had so much. LOL
I also have blended nuts and cookies for an allergy alternative crust for baking... Made basil salt... Makes good whipped cream too. Used the French fry cutter on a head of cabbage (made beautiful,easy to eat strips). Grated bars of Mexican hot chocolate for use in cooking and sending with my niece to college. Blended my homemade instant hot chocolate to a smooth powder consistency for easy mixing.
And the biggest accomplishment - pureed my entire batch of vodka sauce all at one time!!
Food transfer is easy since there's not a hole in bowl.. Clean up still requires hand washing so the markings don't come off the bowl, but this is nothing new. And it cleans up easily.

The Sous Chef is QUIET!! The old food processor, you had to yell to the person next to you to be heard.. The Sous Chef has this nice powerful motor that doesn't make you wish for earplugs to dampen the sound - for humans and pets. The old machine really bothered our pets in our all tile house. I can hold a normal conversation while using this.

I love my Sous Chef, but my parents say it is too heavy to move often and the bowl gasket makes it difficult to close (but you smell no onions until you open the lid!)
The box the attachments come in is wonderful - you can even store it on it's back end without things going everywhere inside.
This was my first Breville purchase and I am so pleased with how much thought and consideration of what consumers wanted that Breville's designers put into the machines, I now check this company fist when looking to buy a new kitchen appliance.

It's more money than other brands, but I believe it's been worth every extra penny. You won't be disappointed if you buy one!
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December 1, 2014
Works nicely, but no disk storage
This is a very nice processor. It chops vegetables more uniformly than the Cuisinart, and more quickly. Its quality is very high, and it's nice to have an adjustable slicer.

However, in what I consider to be a major flaw, Breville does NOT provide a disk/blade storage unit for this model. You can't even buy it separately -- I called the company. They simply don't make one. As a result, you have to jerry rig your own device for storing the disks and blades. Cuisinart provides disk holders for all their models -- at this much higher price, why can't Breville?
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December 26, 2014
I love my Breville
I had no idea. I never owned a food processor, thinking that slicing and chopping by hand was perfectly suitable - and why would I want to spend a bunch of money to simply do it faster. Wow. Was I wrong!!! I use my Breville every single day. It is EASILY the most useful item in my kitchen.
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December 23, 2014
Very limited applications
The Sous Chef 12 BFP 660 model has very limited use because you can not get any additional attachments beyond the ones available with the initial purchase. So you are out of luck if you wanted a french fry blade, julienne blade or have a larger shredder for coleslaw. I really regret my purchase. I tried calling customer service and could only get very scripted responses that did not answer my questions.
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January 30, 2015
 

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