Question about Cuisinart DLC-5 Food Processor
The manual said it would take a few minutes to make nut butter. After about 7 minutes, I only had ground almonds, no almond butter. And the machine was WICKED hot.
When I removed the lid, steam came out and there was condensation on the lid. I gave up trying to get it to make the nut butter.
Is there something I should have done differently or is this machine just not strong enough?
If someone can make mayonaise and know how they can make plaster the way to start the proces , then they know nothing about to make beem breezes or almond butter the engine of this kind of tools are not made for the heavy work a a little but good suggestion is like a Hobart dough mixer thats not a food processor like that DLC-5 because is made for shakes and normal fruits and vegetables or some kind of meat no problem But not for heavy emulsification operations if start to make butter from cream then you must beware of the slowly power increase comming force you can hear the difference in sound , the same problem if you have a Kitchen cutter do not cut out full fat young cheese on it at most only for a short time , because the armature and field magnet of the motor become much too hot when cream changed into butter then stop the machine quickly and when there are heavy nuts almonds are coming too its much too much force for it the commercial group Home appliances a little suggestion is cut only the nuts in the dlc-5 and doing make butter and more heavyer jobs with this kind of tools Hobart A200 20 QT 20qt Mixer Bowl 200 20 Mixing Pizza Bakery Dough
Posted on Jul 19, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Place the gearbox on top of the blender/food processor
Place the work bowl over the spindle, with the handle facing the front of the machine - make sure the tabs lock into place.
Place the stem adapter on top of the spindle, then the blade.
Place the lid on top of the bowl, with the feed tube facing the back of the food processor. Then the pusher into the feed tube.
Here is the link to the user manual with visuals 9p.6 is most helpful):
-Tha Mp3 Doctor
Posted on Mar 23, 2009
It is very difficult, but the machine is capable of it. Use the chopping/mixing blade (S-shaped blade). You would place a small amount - about a small handful - in the workbowl, and pulse the almonds only for about 2 seconds. Even if you want to eventually chop a large quantity, only do about a small handful at a time. It is so difficult, because the almonds will be completely pulverized if you leave it on for even 3-4 seconds. Many people who try chopping almonds, nuts, etc in a food processor discontinue the practice b/c it is so easy to overchop them into dust.
Posted on Apr 19, 2009
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