Magimix By Robot-Coupe {Review} 4200 Automatic

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If you guys know me personally {or maybe you've seen this through my blog}, you know that I love to cook. Ever since I was little girl, some of my most fondest memories, were of me cooking with my mom or grandma, and our family gatherings surrounded by happy company and good food. My mom used to have a food processor by a well known brand, but seeing her use it, always seemed more of a chore than anything else. I was never impressed by it, so as an adult I never really ventured out into buying food processors. The closest thing I've ever purchased was this tiny little thing that I use once in a while to puree Chipotle salsa, nothing fancy, and nothing amazing. 

I was approached by the PR for Magimix to see if I was interested and trying out their products. It had been a while since I had used a food processor, and since I've been into cooking {and specifically, baking.} lately, I figured it would be fun to try out.

Per their website:

Robot-Coupe's original idea was to create a single machine that could perform a variety of tasks for professional chefs (such as chopping, grinding, kneading, shredding…).
Based on the technical breakthroughs and professional standards, Magimix was founded to develop domestic versions of Robot-Coupe Food Processors. Since 1971, Magimix has manufactured the Food Processor that was once acclaimed by The New York Times as: "the culinary revolution of the 20th century"

Magimix by Robot-Coupe Food Processors are now found in more than 60 countries and known worldwide as an indisputable kitchen essential. The original, it continues to be favored by top chefs, culinary schools, food writers and dedicated home cooks
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I was pretty impressed, merely by the fact, that these food processors that were once commercial grade, are now conveniently available for home use. I love that I can use a professional piece, that true culinary cooks use in their kitchens. {Now I have no excuse for not baking a perfect crust ha!)

 

Here is the Magimix in all of its glory<3 I love how stainless steel products look in the kitchen. Very sleek.

 

Not only is this food processor a 3 in 1 (Mini bowl & blade for smaller batches, Midi bowl for slicing and grating, & the main bowl for regular use.), it also comes with several useful attachments.





 
{Attachments came in this convenient storage container.}
 

{Cook books, instructions & a DVD, also included with the Magimix.}

 

My dad stopped by, and brought some delicious veggies from his garden<3 I didn't know what I was going to do with all of the bounty, but looking in the Magimix cookbook, I found a simple recipe for Gazpacho.

 

I had all of the ingredients, except the red bell pepper. I did however have a green bell pepper from my parents' garden (thank you guys!), so I just swapped that out.  I was pleasantly surprised at how powerful the blades were, and how soft the noise was. I own an obnoxiously loud blender, so loud, that my son covers his ears whenever I turn it on. I forgot to prepare him (he's autistic, so loud sounds are bothersome.), but he didn't budge a bit. I thought that was interesting to see!

 

This was my first time making Gazpacho (a chilled soup), and it was delicious! I added a dollop of sour cream<3 It was so incredibly easy! 


This made for a simple, delicious, & healthy meal. I couldn't have loved my Magimix more<3 I can't wait to use it throughout the end of the summer and into the holidays. With my Sister-in-law's bridal shower coming up, I can now make tons of tasty treats for the celebrations. I really recommend this for anyone who loves to cook! I know I'm personally going to be able to utilize this in all kinds of meals.

If you'd like more information on their products, I've placed a link on my side bar. Also, you may find them on their various social media accounts:

Here is their Website.
Here is their Facebook.
Here is their Twitter.

Per their Website: 

Magimix products are available at Williams-Sonoma, Chefs Catalog and Zola.

Not every store or catalog carries our full range of products. To check availability, please check on the website, contact the nearest store from you, or call the Customer Care Center:

Williams-Sonoma
Website: Williams-Sonoma|Magimix by Robot-Coupe
U.S.A: 1-877-812-6235
CANADA: 1.855.860.1081

Chefs Catalog
Website: Chefs Catalog|Magimix by Robot-Coupe
U.S.A: 1-800-338-3232

Zola - Wedding Registry
Website: Zola|Magimix by Robot-Coupe
 


 
I decided to add a new feature :-) Throughout the fall, as I cook more recipes using my Magimix, I'll be adding them to my recipe file under Magimix recipes<3  


Thank you Magimix & Suki for the lovely product!


1 comment:

  1. The fact that it comes with a storage container... I'm sold.

    ReplyDelete

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