Cuisinart DLC-2007N Prep 7 7-Cup Food Processor, White

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Equipped with an extra-large feed tube, a small feed tube, and slicing and shredding discs, this 600-watt, 7-cup, midsize food processor provides all the power, versatility, and capacity needed by most households. Cooks experienced with Cuisinart food processors will welcome the new feed tube and pusher assembly, which are easy to use–at 4-1/4 inches by 2-3/4 inches, the large, oval feed tube accommodates whole fruits and vegetables. The small, cylindrical tube is located inside the pusher assembly and has its own hollow pusher, which removes with a twist. On the bottom of the small pusher is a pin-hole for dribbling oil into the bowl while making mayonnaise.

The Lexan work bowl is virtually shatterproof and impervious to heat or cold. There's the familiar stainless-steel chopping blade. Stainless-steel slicing and shredding discs, a plastic spatula shaped for the work bowl, a recipe booklet, and an instruction video showing basic use, tips and techniques, and preparation of some recipes from the booklet complete the package. (Existing Cusinart blades and discs also fit this machine.) Cuisinart warranties the motor against defects for 10 years and the remaining parts for three years. –Fred Brack

Customer Reviews

strongest motor of its class

266 people found this helpful.
 on December 17, 2003
We chose this model because we don’t want to move really heavy appliances around on the countertop, but the mini-choppers are too small for our recipes. The 2007 weighs about 13 pounds and uses the same wattage motor and most of the same disks as the 11-cup model in this line, although it lacks the extra slow-speed control button for dough processing, and it uses the old-style plastic dough blade. (In this size, it’s probably a pie-crust dough maker, not a bread dough maker, anyway.) It’s the biggest motor we found on a food processor this size.

My new best friend!

137 people found this helpful.
 on February 21, 2006
By Bari Allen
We’ve had this processor in the house for just about a month. The item paid for itself the first time I used it, due to being a huge time-saver for my normally busy schedule (it enables me to try new recipes I normally wouldn’t have time to mess with). I’ve used it to chop & puree for several soups (Mulligatawny, White Bean, Gazpacho, etc.). The shredding disk shredded a whole block of Manchego for Balsamic Portabello/Onion/Cheese Omeletes in about a second. It shredded potatoes just as fast for a crust to a Carmelized Onion/Fennel Pie (of which I used the slicing blade for the onions & fennel). I find the slicing blade to be a lifesaver for items I want to keep “on-hand” for salads, sautees, etc. (like onions/bell peppers). This is my first food processor, and I wondered about the learning curve–to which I found none. It is really easy to put together, as well as take apart & clean. I’m also amazed at how quiet this thing operates. We had cheap mini-chopper for chopping onions, and while the noise never bothered me, compared to this processor, it was obnoxious. I’m sure I could actually run this thing next to sleeping humans without waking them! Thank you Cuisinart–I’m impressed!

Few flaws~ Overall very good product

73 people found this helpful.
 on March 17, 2008
By L. Joy Crossman
We’ve had our Cuisinart Processor for nearly 2 years, and use it about a half dozen times a day! It has worked like a champ most of the time (at times the lid latch doesn’t fit in securely, and has had to be worked with in order to start the motor). It has saved us tons of time as we prepare many raw vegetable, nut, and fruit dishes, not to mention whipping up Johanna Budwig’s cancer healing cottage cheese/flaxoil recipe. We also make all our own natural cat and dog food, which calls for whole eggs, shells and all, and more vegetables.

Buy this and you won’t regret

116 people found this helpful.
 on February 1, 2005
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I bought this from amazon after my cheap Black & Decker FP1400 Quick N’ Easy Plus Food Processor became unusable just after a year (shattered bowl and eventual motor failure). I was a little hesitant to spend more than $100 for a FP, but I am happy I did. My wife compliments me whenever she uses it. It’s very quiet, very well-built, and very powerful. You can’t go wrong with the 3 yr overall/10 yr motor warranty.

I love my DLC-2007N Prep 7

40 people found this helpful.
 on April 19, 2013
By db
I wanted a very powerful FP that was big enough to get the work done without taking up too much counter space. This processor’s power and size was perfect for us.

I love this thing!

42 people found this helpful.
 on February 1, 2012
By Peggie Hall
I’d never used a food processor…the very idea intimidated me. And I thought that you had to be making large quantities to use one. Then I saw this 7 cup Cuisinart…small enough for small families. I started reading reviews…everyone else seem to love it too, so I decided to buy it. Someone would complain that that they liked it but it didn’t cut french fries…someone else replied, “buy the french fry cutter disc”…so I added that one. Read that it didn’t do something else, and a reply “buy that disc”…so I added that one too. By the time I’d read all the reviews, I’d added every disc made for it! So naturally I had to have the plastic disc storage boxes too. Now I was ready to learn how to use it.

Cuisinart Prep 7 Food processor

22 people found this helpful.
 on July 15, 2013
By Joseph Marion
For me this is a product that was hard to shop for, because of all the different sizes and brands, all the different uses, plus the cost range was all over the place. You need to do your research on this one. Know what you are going to use the processor for or you will spend a lot of money buying, and rebuying to get what you want.

Great in the Kitchen!

32 people found this helpful.
 on January 2, 2011
By Amazon Customer
I did a lot of research before buying this food processor and it is awesome! It has everything I wanted and was on sale during Black Friday for a great price (~$100). It is super powerful and comes with a ten year warranty on the motor which is fantastic. There is another 7-cup Cuisinart model that is very similar to this one that has a slightly less powerful motor – I got this 2007N version with the more powerful motor because it had a longer warranty on the motor than the other model (10 yr vs 3 yr). The how-to DVD comes with it and is really helpful if you’ve never used a food processor. The 7-cup size bowl is perfect for me, it’s only a little small when I need to double a baking recipe so in that case I have to do two batches. But otherwise I only cook for 2 people and the bowl size is more than adequate.

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