Sabatier Manual Food Choppers
Sabatier Manual Food Choppers
Sabatier Manual Food Choppers
Sabatier Manual Food Choppers
Sabatier Manual Food Choppers
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Sabatier Manual Food Choppers

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Make light work of chopping onions, garlic, nuts & more. Simply pull the handle to quickly blitz your ingredients for pasta sauces, stir fries & home made pesto. With a non-slip base, the generous container also has an airtight lid for storage & removable blades for easy cleaning.

 Available in two sizes:

  • 400ml, with chopping blades and lid
  • 500ml, with chopping blades, lid, and blending paddle

For a zingy Pesto alla Genovese, pack the small container with fresh basil and chop a little. Add approximately 50g of freshly grated parmesan, 50g lightly toasted pine nuts, 1 small peeled clove of garlic, a little salt and pepper and a generous helping of extra virgin olive oil. Blitz together in the food chopper to the desired consistency, adding more oil if necessary. Place the lid on the container and this pesto will keep fresh in the fridge for up to a week.

Making your own butter is easier than you think with the blending paddle included with the large large container: Pour 500ml room temperature whipping cream into the container, with the blending paddle attached. Churn gently for 3-4 minutes. The fat and the buttermilk will quickly begin to separate. Pour off the buttermilk - save it to use it in your scones. Scrape the butter into a chilled bowl and rinse with ice cold water., kneading the butter with a spatula & pouring off the liquid. Repeat until the water is clear. Add a little salt & shape the butter as desired, squeezing out any remaining liquid. Makes approximately 200g butter, which will keep in the fridge for up to a week.