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Mini Chopper JEA75 by Judge Cookware - Review

If you're reading this then chances are you may well like cooking, but if you hate the bother of chopping onions and carrots etc. and are looking for a neat little chopper to do the job for you, then this is one of the Best Mini Chopper's I've seen.

It's easy to operate, just by pressing down the power button in short bursts until the desired level of chopping has been achieved.  The glass bowl allows you to see your ingredients and check how things are going.

Mini Chopper

The above image has been supplied by Judge Cookware as this product is almost impossible to photograph unless you want to see me in the shiny part of the power unit taking the photo  - not recommended!

Anyway the Mini Chopper made short work of this red onion - just a couple of 5 second bursts and voilĂ  you have nicely chopped onion.  


Fruit, vegetables, meat, poultry and fish can all be chopped as can bread, biscuits and crackers. Liquids up to 0.5L can also be blended at the press of a button making it great for purees and baby food.

The Judge Mini Chopper it also really handy when making soup for one, unless of course you happen to have a Judge Soup Maker which I can recommend if soup is what you cook most as it chops and cooks soup for you; how marvelous is that?

Back to the Mini Chopper:
It's really easy to use and cleaning is a doddle.  The glass bowl can go in the dishwasher but it really isn't necessary as some nice hot sudsy water is all you need.

Although this Mini Chopper is quite small (approx. 23cm / 9 inches high) although it's large enough for most chopping jobs in the kitchen; but like many other choppers in this price range it would not be suitable for hard foods such as Parmesan cheese.  Carrots, celery, courgette, peppers are no problem at all. I have chopped some cooked chicken and that turned out perfectly.

For a simple sandwich filling:
Chop cooked chicken and tip into a small bowl.  Add crumbled crispy bacon and some Hellmann's mayonnaise, season with a little pepper and your done.  Far cheaper and better than the shop bought ready made sandwich fillings.

Before I forget, there's a rubber-like gripper ring that the chopper bowl sits in to stop the chopper sliding about when in use.  All in all this is a great little mini chopper which is handy to have instead of a huge machine.

Model No: JEA75
Rated Voltage: 220 - 240V
Rated Frequency 50Hz
Rated Power 200W
Typical selling price £39.99 although I've seen it cheaper over at Harts of Stur - just saying.

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Disclosure:  Many thanks to Pam (PBM Marketing and Public Relations) and Judge Cookware for sending me this to review.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.  I was not required to write anything positive.

1 comment

  1. That does sound very useful, great to know that it's easy to clean, too.


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