What is the difference between an electric chopper and a food processor?

Question by ♥The Mrs.♥: What is the difference between an electric chopper and a food processor?

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Answer by Mary Ellen R
The chopper chops food. The food processor purees food. Also a chopper deals with more raw foods usually and the processor deals more with cooked – though that is a generalization.

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2 thoughts on “What is the difference between an electric chopper and a food processor?

  1. A food chopper chops food…… A food processor does so much more! There are blades for chopping, slicing, puree-ing, mixing and even a bread dough blade for kneading!

  2. Food processor normally has a series of attachments for various tasks, chopping, grating or whisking.

    A chopper is for chopping finely/cousley depending on the pulse you set it at – and has just the one attachment.

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