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Food Processor Vs Blender: A Side by Side Comparison

Yields1 Serving

Both have sharp blades, both have fancy knobs to work at different speeds, and both seem to look and sound awfully similar. Could it be there is actually little difference between them – that this is just another marketing ploy so that you buy more than you actually need?

butternut squash dip made with kenwood food processor

 450 g butternut squash (preferred)normal pumpkin works, but may result in a more liquid state
 150 g grated Parmesan cheese
 1 stick thyme

Cut the butternut squash into cubes.


Bake the butternut squash at 180-degree celsius for 30 mins.


Let the butternut squash cool to slightly warm and put it into the processor.


Remove thyme leaves and add into the processor.


Process until it becomes a puree. Remove from processor and stir in the cheese until it melts, add salt and pepper to taste.