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GE Food Processor Instructions

The food processor is a kitchen tool best suited for those who cook in large batches or those who prepare complicated dishes. The machine performs some of the tedious prep work of cooking, including kneading and chopping as well as slicing and shredding. General Electric (GE) has several models of food processors and specific instructions for each one vary slightly.

Slicer/Shredder

  1. Place the appropriate attachment on the food processor base. Turn it clockwise until it locks into place. Close the lid.

  2. Plug in the food processor to the electrical socket. Press the slice/shred blade button on the control panel.

  3. Place the food you want to grate or slice into the feeding shoot. Use the food stopper to push the food into the chute and protect your hands from injury.

  4. Press the slice/shred blade button when you are done slicing and/or shredding the food. Unplug the machine and remove the food from the machine.

Chopping

  1. Place the appropriate attachment on the food processor base. Turn it clockwise until it locks into place. Place the food you want to chop into the machine and close the lid.

  2. Plug in the food processor to the electrical socket. Press the chop blade button on the control panel. Set the desired chopping time. Press the chop blade button again to start the processing.

  3. Unplug the food processor when the blades stop moving. Open the lid and remove the food from the machine.

Kneading

  1. Place the appropriate attachment on the food processor base. Turn it clockwise until it locks into place. Place the dough ingredients you want to knead into the machine and close the lid.

  2. Plug in the food processor to the electrical socket. Press the dough blade button on the control panel. Set the desired kneading time. Press the dough blade button again to start the processing.

  3. Unplug the food processor when the blades stop moving. Open the lid and remove the dough from the machine.

Warning

  • Operating instructions may vary depending on the model of GE food processor you're using. Be sure to consult the specific user manual for your food processor before attempting to use it.