5720000183 Iss 1 KVC50_KVL60 multi_5720000173 Iss 1 KVC50_KVL60 Eng_Arabic 20/05/2014 08:06 Page 6
To use your bowl tools
Ensure the cord is fully unfolded from the
cord storage compartment
using the Kitchen Machine.
1 Plug in and the Standby Button
Note: The standby button light
flash and the Kitchen Machine will
not operate if the mixer head is in
the raised position or the speed
control is not in the 'O' position.
Before operating, check that the
mixer head is correctly latched down
and the speed control is in the 'O'
position. If the light continues to
flash refer to the 'troubleshooting
2 Push the head-lift lever
raise the mixer head until it locks
3 Fit the bowl on the base and turn
to secure in position .
4 Place the required tool into the socket.
Then push up
lock into position.
Note: If the K-beater or Whisk are not
picking up ingredients from the bottom
of the bowl refer to the "Tool Adjustment"
5 Lower the mixer head by pushing the
head release lever down
the mixer head until it locks
6 Start the machine by turning the speed
to the desired speed setting.
Use the pulse (P) position for short
bursts of maximum speed.
7 After use, return the speed control to 'O'
OFF position and unplug your Kitchen
8 Release the tool by turning clockwise to
unlock from the tool socket and then
the tool to
• To fully incorporate the ingredients stop
mixing and scrape down the bowl with
the spatula frequently.
• For best results when whisking use eggs
at room temperature.
• Before whisking egg whites, make sure
there is no grease or egg yolk on the
whisk or bowl.
• Use cold ingredients for pastry unless
your recipe says otherwise.
Points for bread making
• Never exceed the maximum capacities
stated - you may overload the machine.
• If you hear the machine labouring, switch
off, remove half the dough and do each
• The ingredients mix best if you put the
liquid in first.
• Dried yeast (the type that needs
reconstituting): pour the warm water into
the bowl. Then add the yeast and the
sugar and leave to stand for about 10
minutes until frothy.
• Fresh yeast: crumble into the flour.
• Other types of yeast: follow the
• Put the dough into a greased polythene
bag or a bowl covered with a tea towel.
Then leave somewhere warm until
doubled in size.
Ensure that no bowl tools are fitted or
stored in the bowl when using other