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Breville Brings you Restaurant Meals in a Wizz



07 April 2008



Breville Brings you Restaurant Meals in a Wizz


Wish you could wizz up restaurant style meals at home like Jamie Oliver or Nigella Lawson? Well now you can!

The key to creating irresistible culinary creations in your kitchen often comes down to the equipment you use. Thanks to Breville, restaurant style meals have never been easier to make at home with the introduction of the Breville Ikon Kitchen Wizz Food Processor and the Breville Wizz Overhead Drive Food Processor & Blending System.

According to Cliff Carr, Breville’s National Sales Manager, they have responded to their customers ongoing needs by adding these two state-of-the art food processors to their already extensive appliance range.

“These food processors have the technology to provide customers with superior results for even the toughest jobs; be it fruit, ice, nuts or anything! They are versatile, time saving, space saving and a must have kitchen appliance for anyone who appreciates convenience and professional results,” he says.   

The Breville Ikon Kitchen Wizz Food Processor has a stylish stainless steel base combined with a powerful 900W motor allowing you to quickly and conveniently create gourmet, three course meals which are guaranteed to impress your guests.


What better way to make a first impression at your next dinner party than with some delectable home-made appetizers?

Creamy hummus, exotic baba ghannoush dip or classic guacamole are a fantastic accompaniment to vegetable crudités or corn chips and can all be made to perfection in the Ikon Kitchen Wizz, thanks to its efficient patented Quad® processing blade.

With winter just around the corner, soups could also be top of the menu as light entrees at your next dinner party. The large two litre bowl of the Ikon Kitchen Wizz allows you to make enough fresh pumpkin or tangy tomato soup for a large number of guests with a minimum of fuss.


Every Ikon Wizz Food Processor comes with slicing and shredding disc blades that help you make a wide variety of delicious dishes for main courses. Use the fine shredding disc to finely grate cheese and the thick slicing disc to effortlessly slice even sized potatoes and onions for a delicious potato gratin dish, a perfect accompaniment to meat, chicken or fish. Both discs store away in a convenient storage compartment.


No restaurant meal would be complete without a mouth watering dessert. Using the Ikon Kitchen Wizz’s Quad® processing blade, you can blend a mixture of sliced peaches, sugar and egg whites, freeze them, then blend again to make the most decadent creamy peach sorbet your guests will ever taste!

Versatility and Convenience

 Also available is the Breville Wizz Overhead Drive Food Processor & Blending System – a unique appliance that combines the convenience of a food processor and blending system in one space saving unit

Featuring a variety of accessories for chopping, slicing, grating, shredding, chipping, and kneading, the blades and discs perform up to 12 different functions making it one of the most versatile food processors on the market.



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