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125376 Iss 1 HDP30_HDP40 multilingual:Blender template multi Iss 5
for saucepan blending
For safest use it is recommended
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to take the pan off the heat and let
hot liquids cool to room
temperature before blending.
Use the soup blender (if supplied)
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to quickly process soups etc.,
directly in the saucepan.
Alternatively use the hand blender.
Do not use the soup blender
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to process uncooked
vegetables.
1 Fit the blender shaft to the power
1
handle
– push to lock.
2 Plug in.
3 Place the food into the beaker or a
similar container, then holding the
beaker steady:
TYPE HDP30 - press the on
button.
TYPE HDP40 - select the required
speed then press the on button.
(Select a low speed for slower
blending and to minimise splashing
and a higher speed or turbo for
faster blending).
To avoid splashing, place the
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blade in the food before
switching on.
Don't let liquid get above the join
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between the power handle and
blender shaft.
Move the blade through the food
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and use a mashing or stirring
action to incorporate the mixture.
Your hand blender is not
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suitable for ice crushing.
If your blender gets blocked,
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unplug before clearing.
4 After use release the on or turbo
button. Unplug and press the
release buttons
blender shaft from the power
handle.
to use the whisk
You can whip light ingredients such
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as egg whites; cream and instant
desserts.
Don't whisk heavier mixtures such
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as margarine and sugar - you'll
damage the whisk.
1 Push the wire whisk into the whisk
3
collar
.
2
to remove the
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2 Fit the power handle to the whisk
collar. Push to lock.
3 Place your food in a bowl.
Don't whisk more than 4 egg
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whites or 400ml (
3
4
4 Plug in and press the on button.
To whisk on a faster speed, select
a higher speed or press the Turbo
button. Move the whisk clockwise.
TYPE HDP40 - To reduce
splashing, select a low speed then
press the on button.
Don't let liquid get above the whisk
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wires.
5 After use release the on or turbo
button, unplug and dismantle.
to use the chopper (if
supplied)
You can chop meat, vegetables,
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herbs, bread, biscuits and nuts.
Don't chop hard foods such as
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coffee beans, ice cubes, spices or
chocolate - you'll damage the
blade.
1 Remove any bones and cut food
into 1-2cm (
-1") cubes.
1
2
2 Fit the rubber ring base
bottom of the chopper bowl. (This
stops the bowl sliding on the
worktop.)
3 Fit the chopper blade over the pin
4
in the bowl
.
4 Add your food.
5 Fit the chopper cover, turn and lock
5
.
6 Fit the power handle to the
chopper cover - push to lock.
7 Plug in. Hold the bowl steady. Then
press the turbo button. Alternatively
press the turbo button in short
bursts to achieve a pulsing action.
8 After use, unplug and dismantle.
processing guide
food
maximum approx. time
amount
Meat
250g
Herbs
30g
Nuts
200g
Bread
1 slice
Hardboiled
3
eggs
Onions
200g
pt) cream.
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on the
(in seconds)
10-15
5-10
10-15
5-10
3-5
pulse

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