Cuisinart has introduced the CompleteChef, an all-in-one food processor cooker designed to enhance the multifunctional, home cooking experience.
“The CompleteChef is a representation of Cuisinart’s pioneering vision that is at the foundation of our product development efforts,” said Mary Rodgers, Cuisinart director of marketing communications. “This food processor cooker is a response to consumer demand for multifunctionality and efficiency in their kitchen appliances, as well as their daily lives.”
The CompleteChef offers an expansive selection of food prep options, allowing users to prep and cook all a recipe’s ingredients in one stainless steel 18-cup work bowl for maximum efficiency and minimal clean-up. The unit’s food processor programs include chop, slice, shred and dice functions, while the automatic cook programs feature steam, sauce, soup, slow cook, sauté, risotto, purée and dough at temperatures between 90-270˚F, a range that rivals a stovetop, the company said.
Consumers can navigate these functions using the large full-color 4.3-inch TFT screen display, adjustable temperature control, 12 speeds, and time setting up to four hours.
The appliance includes two different lids for cooking and food processing, in addition to 13 accessories and attachments, including: chopping blade, dough blade, stirring paddle, stem, funnel, spatula, adjustable slicing disc, reversible shredding disc, whisk, dicing kit, steam basket, storage kit for dicing kit and storage kit for accessories.
The CompleteChef also features 200 built-in recipes and step-by-step guidance to explore new dishes. Cuisinart’s CompleteChef food processor cooker will be available for $699.95.