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If you have a blender or really solid knife skills, you may not see the need for a food processor. However, one of TikTok’s ultimate kitchen obsessions is wireless mini food choppers (aka processors). They chop food freaky fast and don’t occupy much space in your kitchen. There are a few different brands shared on the social media platform from Amazon, but the Olrid Electric Mini Food Processor has over 1,900 five-star Amazon reviews. Plus, it looks kind of chic for a mini food processor.
The Olrid Wireless Electric Mini Food Process is great for chopping and puréeing fruits, veggies, herbs and more, especially if you only need one to two cups of chopped ingredients. It comes in two sizes — 250ml and 350ml — and they’re both less than $30. (The 250ml version is actually on sale for $21.99.)
Olrid Electric Mini Food Processor, 250ml, $21.59 (Orig. $29.99)
Use it to quickly chop veggies for a salad or omelet, make your own salad dressing, chop garlic, make baby food — literally anything. All you need to do is load in your ingredients and press the button on the top.
It’s wireless, so you have to charge it, but that’s easy, too. Plug it in for three hours, and you should get more than one month of wireless chopping power, according to the product description.
“This is small but powerful!” wrote one Amazon reviewer. “It’s so worth the money. The blade is super sharp and really cuts well. It’s so quick and saves you so much time! Highly recommend!”
“Great little chopper,” wrote another one. “I was tired of manually chopping (fine) garlic, onion and ginger. This works so well — has the right capacity for most recipes and cleans up nicely. I’m very satisfied!”
In other words, it’s worth getting this mini food chopper if you cry your eyes out every time you chop an onion, hate the garlic smell lingering on your fingers after mincing or just can’t seem to chop your produce small enough.
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