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Sunbeam OSKAR LC3200 Instruction Booklet

Sunbeam food processor user manual.
Oskar
3 cup food processor
Instruction Booklet
LC3200
Please read these instructions carefully
and retain for future reference.
Mini

   Summary of Contents for Sunbeam OSKAR LC3200

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    Oskar Mini ™ 3 cup food processor Instruction Booklet LC3200 Please read these instructions carefully and retain for future reference.

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    Contents Contents Sunbeam’s Safety Precautions Features of Your Sunbeam Oskar™ Mini Attachments for your Sunbeam Oskar™ Mini Using your Sunbeam Oskar™ Mini Fitting/using the tools on your Oskar™ Mini Storing your Sunbeam Oskar™ Mini Handy hints for Processing Care and cleaning Recipes Important instructions –...

  • Page 4: Sunbeam's Safety Precautions

    Sunbeam’s Safety Precautions Sunbeam are very safety conscious when designing and manufacturing consumer products, but it is essential that the product user also exercise care when using an electrical appliance. Listed below are precautions which are essential for the safe use of an electrical appliance: • Read carefully and save all the instructions...

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    Sunbeam’s Safety Precautions SAFETY PRECAUTIONS FOR YOUR SUNBEAM FOOD PROCESSOR LC3200. • Always use extreme care when handling processing blades and cutting discs. These are extremely sharp and may cause injury if handled incorrectly. Always store processing blades and cutting discs in their respective covers or processing containers. • Unplug from power outlet when not in use, before putting on or taking off attachments, and before cleaning. • Do not put hot liquids into the food processor bowl or blender. Warm liquids only. • Avoid contacting moving parts at all times. • Place the processor bowl onto the base of the processor before fitting any attachments. Important instructions – retain for future use. If you have any concerns regarding the performance and use of your appliance, please visit www.sunbeam.com.au or contact the Sunbeam Consumer Service Line. Ensure the above safety precautions are understood. • All blades and attachments should be removed with care before cleaning. • Do not over fill the processor.

  • Page 6: Features Of Your Sunbeam Oskar™ Mini

    Features of Your Sunbeam Oskar Mini ™ Processing cover The processing cover activates the automatic safety system. The Oskar™ Mini will not operate unless the cover is correctly positioned on the processing bowl and locked into place. 600 watt motor The base houses a 600 watt motor, which provides consistent processing results. On / off button For easy use the large ON / OFF button starts and stops the operation of the food processor. Pulse The 'Pulse' feature allows for total control over processing tasks. Storage drawer Unique drawer design enables attachments to be stored conveniently within the appliance when not in use.

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    Food pusher Assists in guiding food through the chute to ensure food hits the blade vertically for best processing results. The food pusher also doubles as a measuring cup. Feed tube The feed tube is used to guide ingredients down into the selected blades and allows you to add ingredients during other processing tasks. Spindle Drives all the food processing attachments. The spindle must be in place to operate the food processor. Processing bowl The processing bowl achieves a 3 cup / 750mL processing capacity for dry ingredients and a 2 cup / 500mL capacity for liquids. Cord storage facility For added convenience the unused cord length can easily be pushed into the base of the processor for storage. Non-slip feet Keeps the food processor secure on the bench top during use.

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    Attachments for your Sunbeam Oskar Mini ™ 1. Processing blade Stainless steel smooth edged processing blade is designed for cutting, kneading, whisking and emulsifying. 2. Reversible slicing blade - thick and thin The reversible stainless steel slicing blade allows both thick & thin slicing. 3. Reversible shredding disc - fine and coarse Ideal control, the reversible stainless steel shredding blades allow for the choice of fine or coarse results.

  • Page 9: Using Your Sunbeam Oskar™ Mini

    Using your Sunbeam Oskar Mini Before using your Oskar™ Mini • W ash the processing bowl, cover and all attachments in warm water using a mild detergent. Dry each part thoroughly before use. • B efore you assemble the food processor, ensure that the power cord is unplugged. 1. P lace the motor base facing you on a dry, level surface. 2. P lace the processing bowl onto the motor base, the bowl will only sit correctly on the base when the handle is positioned to the right, see figure 1. Fig 1 ™ 3. R otate the handle clockwise to lock, as indicated by the graphics on the left side of the motorbase, see figure 2.

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    Using your Sunbeam Oskar™ Mini continued Important: If the processing bowl and cover are not correctly assembled, the Oskar™ Mini will not function. Using your Oskar™ Mini 1. P lug the power cord into a 230-240V AC power outlet and turn the power ‘ON’. 2. U sing the On/Off button on the control panel, press once to start processing. T he Pulse function remains on as long as the Pulse button is pressed down. Further ingredients can also be added while processing by pouring through the feed tube once the food pusher has been removed. 3. A fter you have completed processing, press the On/Off button to stop processing. Note: For maximum control when using your food processor, before turning on your food processor load the feed tube. Always use the food pusher for more evenly processed foods and never use your fingers.

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    Fitting/using the tools on your Oskar Mini ™ Note: All attachments must be firmly attached to the spindle. Always adjust the attachments until you are sure that they are correctly fitted. Placing the spindle 1. F it the spindle onto the drive shaft and ensure the blade locks into place, see figure 4. Fig 4 Processing blade 1. F it the processor bowl and spindle as detailed previously in figures 1, 2 & 4. 2. F it the processing blade over the spindle and press firmly into place, see figure 5. Fig 5 Warning: Use caution, as blades are sharp. Always handle the processing blade by its central plastic section.

  • Page 12: Fitting/using The Tools On Your Oskar™ Mini

    Fitting/using the tools on your Oskar™ Mini continued Reversible grating, or slicing blades 1. F it the processor bowl and spindle as detailed previously, in figures 1, 2 and 4. 2. S elect the 'Reversible' disc of your choice - Shredding (fine or coarse), Slicing (thin or thick). 3. F it the disc over the spindle and press firmly into place, see figure 6. Warning: Use caution as the blades are sharp. Fig 6 4. F it the processing cover to the processing bowl as previously shown in figure 3 and place the food pusher in the feed tube. 5. P lug the power cord into a 230-240V AC power outlet and turn the power ‘ON’.

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    Heading Storing your Sunbeam Oskar The Sunbeam Oskar™ Mini was designed so that all attachments can be stored within the unit itself, see figure 8. Fig 8 Storage drawer T he ‘Reversible Slicing blade’ and 'Reversible Shredding' disc, are both stored in the storage drawer. 1. S lide out the storage drawer at the base of the food processor. 2. P lace the reversible slicing blade in the storage drawer as indicated in figure 9. Fig 9 3. P lace one of the 'Reversible Shredding discs' in storage drawer as indicated in figure 10. Fig 10 Mini ™...

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    Heading Storing your Sunbeam Oskar™ Mini continued Cord storage The power cord can be stored by pushing it into the back of the motor base, see figure 11. Fig 11...

  • Page 15: Handy Hints For Processing

    Heading Handy hints for Processing Liquid Max Indicator The processing bowl can be filled up to the max 3 cup / 750mL indicator for processing dry ingredients only. For processing liquids do not fill past the liquid max 2 cup / 500mL indicator. Note: Do not process water in this food processor. Chopping For the best, most consistent results, you should try to process pieces of food that are approximately equal in size. When you break, cut or tear food into uniform pieces before you begin processing, the finished results will be more uniform. More consistent processing results are achieved if the container is not overloaded. Mincing Pre-cut meat into cubes approximately 2cm square. Vegetables When processing vegetables such as onions, peel and quarter or cut large vegetables into eighths. Mixing The quantities that can be processed within the Processing bowl will vary with the density of the mixture. Adding Ingredients When various recipes require dry ingredients such as flour, add them directly into the processing bowl before processing. There is no need to sift ingredients when using your food processor. Liquid ingredients may...

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    Heading Handy hints for Processing continued Preparation for slicing foods Pack the food items vertically in the feed tube, see figure 12. Fig 12 For best results when shredding and grating Remember that softer foods such as cheese (cheddar, mozzarella or swiss) should be well chilled before processing. Harder foods such as parmesan or Romano cheese should be at room temperature before processing. Note: When grating parmesan cheese do not apply a lot of pressure to the food pusher. Disassembly When processing is completed, remove the cover from the processing bowl first and then remove the processing bowl with the processing blade still in place. To remove the processing bowl firstly unlock the processing cover by rotating it in a anti-clockwise direction until the cover is unlocked. Note: Always wait for the blades to stop moving completely before removing the cover.

  • Page 17: Care And Cleaning

    Heading Care and cleaning When you have finished processing, unplug the Oskar™ Mini from the power outlet. All accessories and processor tools can be washed in hot soapy water except for the processor body. Clean the processor body by wiping with a damp cloth. Warning: Care must be taken when handling the metal blades as these items are extremely sharp. Note: Always unplug the Oskar™ Mini before cleaning. Dishwasher Use All plastic components deteriorate through the prolonged use of a dishwasher for cleaning. If using the dishwasher place parts only on the top rack of your dishwasher.

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    Recipes Artichoke, green onion & ricotta dip Makes: 2 cups Preparation: 10 mins 340g marinated artichokes, drained, chopped 250g fresh ricotta 3 green onions, trimmed, chopped 1 tablespoon freshly squeezed lemon juice 1 tablespoon warm water 1 large garlic clove, crushed Bagel chips, to serve 1. U sing the processing bowl fitted with the processing blade, place all ingredients into the food processor. Process mixture, scrapping down the side of bowl occasionally, until smooth. 2. T ransfer to a serving bowl. Taste and season with salt. Serve with bagel chips. Garlic feta dip Makes: 1 cup Preparation: 10 mins 200g reduced-fat creamy feta, crumbled 200g low-fat fresh ricotta 2 tablespoons olive oil...

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    Recipes continued Pesto Makes: 2 cups Preparation: 10 mins Serves: 4 125g fresh basil leaves 3 cloves garlic 2 teaspoons lemon juice sea salt freshly ground black pepper 1 cup extra virgin olive oil ½ pine nuts, roasted 60g pecorino or parmesan, grated 1. U sing the processing bowl fitted with the processing blade, place the basil, garlic, juice, salt, pepper and oil into the food processor. Pulse mixture until just combined. 2. P ush down any ingredients that may have come up the sides of the bowl and add the nuts and cheese. Pulse mixture again until a desired texture is achieved. To serve: Boil a large pot of boiling water with a little oil in it. Boil 500g pasta until just tender. Drain pasta well but do not rinse. Place hot pasta back in to pot and stir through half of the pesto sauce. Add more pesto to taste if desired. Serve with extra cheese and a sprinkle of toasted pine nuts. Store remaining pesto in an airtight jar in the refrigerator with a little extra oil on top to prevent browning. Discard after 5 days.

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    Recipes continued Whole Egg Mayonnaise Makes: about 3 cups Preparation: 2 mins 2 eggs 2 tablespoons lemon juice 1 tablespoon Dijon mustard pinch sea salt 2 cups vegetable or light olive oil 1. U sing the processing bowl fitted with the processing blade, place eggs, juice, mustard and salt in the food processor. Process until combined. 2. W ith the motor still running remove the food pusher and start to pour in the oil in a slow, thin stream until the mixture is creamy and all the oil has been added. 3. S tore in the refrigerator in an airtight container for 2 weeks. Zucchini tossed in Angel Hair Pasta Serves: 4 Preparation: 20 mins (+ marinating) Cooking: 10 mins...

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    Recipes continued Feta and spinach triangles Makes: 4 Preparation: 25 mins Cooking: 15 mins 1 tablespoon olive oil 1 medium brown onion, chopped finely 1 teaspoon paprika ¼ teaspoon chilli powder 100g baby spinach leaves 200g feta, crumbled 4 sheets filo pastry 30g butter, melted 1. P reheat oven to 200ºC. Grease and line two oven trays. 2. H eat oil in medium frying pan. Cook onion and spices, stirring until onion has softened. Add spinach and cook, stirring, about 3 minutes or until just wilted. 3. U sing the processing bowl fitted with the processing blade, process spinach in food processor about 1 minute or until leaves are chopped finely. Combine in medium bowl with feta. 4. L ay one sheet of the pastry on board.

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    Recipes continued Date and craisin balls Makes: approx 16 Preparation: 5 mins 1 cup toasted muesli 1 cup rolled oats 1/2 cup dried pitted dates, chopped ½ cup craisin ¼ cup honey 60g butter, melted ¾ cup desiccated coconut 1. U sing the processing bowl fitted with the processing blade, place muesli, dates, honey and butter into the food processor. Process about 45 seconds or until combined. Note: Do not process for longer than 1½ minutes. 2. P lace coconut into a shallow dish. Using level tablespoons muesli mixture per ball, roll mixture into small balls. Toss muesli balls, 1 at a time, in coconut to coat. Place in an airtight container. Cover and refrigerate until required. Pistachio and fig pinwheels Makes: approximately 24 Preparation: 15 mins Cooking: 25 mins...

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    Recipes continued Honey Pikelets Preparation: 5 mins (+ 30 mins chilling) Cooking: 10 mins 3 large eggs ¼ cup honey 1 cup milk 1 ½ cups self raising flour pinch salt 1. U sing the processing bowl fitted with the processing blade, add all ingredients into the processor bowl and pulse until combined. Scrape down sides of processor and pulse again until smooth. 2. P our mixture into a jug and refrigerate for 30 minutes. 3. P lace tablespoon amounts of mixture into a lightly greased frying pan until golden on each side. 4. S erve with butter. Baby Food Tips for freezing baby food: Food can be frozen in a clean ice cube tray in portions, covered, and once frozen, transferred to a...

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    Recipes continued Potato, Cauliflower, Broccoli and Cheese 1 small potato 140g cauliflower 95g broccoli 10g grated cheese 1. P eel potato and chop into chunks. Cut the cauliflower and broccoli into pieces. 2. B oil the potato first until almost soft; then add the other vegetables and cook until tender but do not overcook; strain and reserve some of the liquid. Allow to cool for 5 minutes. 3. U sing the processing bowl fitted with the processing blade, place half of the vegetables into the food processor with 1 tablespoon of the reserved liquid. Process mixture, scrapping down the side of bowl occasionally, until the desired texture is achieved. Repeat with remaining vegetables and 1 tablespoon of the reserved liquid. 4. R emove vegetables from processor and stir through cheese. 5. W arm before serving. Pumpkin, Zucchini and Sweet Potato 330g pumpkin 1 medium (170g) zucchini...

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    Recipes continued Apple and Pear 1 medium green apple 2 large brown pears 1. P eel fruit and chop into chunks. 2. B oil fruit until tender but do not overcook; strain and reserve some of the liquid. Allow to cool for 5 minutes. 3. U sing the processing bowl fitted with the processing blade, place half of the fruit into the food processor with 1 tablespoon of the reserved liquid. Process mixture, scrapping down the side of bowl occasionally, until the desired texture is achieved. Repeat with remaining fruit and 1 tablespoon of the reserved liquid. 4. S erve warm or cold. Pear, Banana and Papaya 1 large brown pear 1 small banana ¼ papaya 1. P eel pear and chop into chunks. 2. B oil pear until tender; strain and reserve some of the liquid. Allow to cool for 10 minutes.

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    Notes...

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    Alternatively, simply return the faulty appliance to your place of purchase, along with your purchase receipt. Your Sunbeam 12 Month Replacement Guarantee naturally does not cover misuse or negligent handling, and excludes breakables such as glass or ceramic items, and normal wear and tear. Similarly, your 12 Month Replacement Guarantee does not cover damage to household surfaces as a result of water or other substances leaking from your appliance, nor does it cover freight costs. In Australia, this guarantee is additional to the conditions and guarantees which are mandatory as implied under the Trade Practices Act 1974 and State and Territory legislation. Sunbeam Service Centres Sunbeam has established a network of authorised service centres throughout Australia and New Zealand to provide quick, convenient service for our customers. Should your appliance require repair or service, either during or after the guarantee period, contact your nearest service centre. For a complete list of Sunbeam’s authorised service centres: Australia www.sunbeam.com.au/service centres 1300 881 861 New Zealand www.sunbeam.co.nz/service centres 0800 786 232...

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    Due to minor changes in design or otherwise, the product may differ from the one shown in this leaflet. © Copyright. Sunbeam Corporation Limited 200. ABN  000 00 1 Sunbeam Corporation is a division of GUD Holdings Ltd. 08/07...

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