However, sometimes there is no other tool for the job than an electrical food processor. I differentiate electrical because I also have an old fashioned mechanical food mill. That serves it's own purposes; specifically last fall I was gifted two bushels of apples which created gallons of applesauce. But I digress...
My electrical food processor was called into service last night to make a batch of hummus.
I turned the mixture with a wooden spoon and the motor off, and then pulsed again. I repeated this turn and pulse process until the hummus was an acceptable consistency and before the appliance went up in flames.
But now I need a new electrical food processor. Preferably commercial kitchen grade.
Please send me your suggestions and recommendations!! I need a larger than average volume capacity and a motor that will withstand years if hummus making.