safety Read these instructions carefully and retain for future reference. Remove all packaging and any labels. Switch off and unplug the appliance before fitting or removing tools/attachments, after use and before cleaning. Keep body parts, jewellery and loose clothing away from moving parts and fitted tools/attachments.
• Only use the appliance for its intended domestic use. Kenwood will not accept any liability if the appliance is subject to improper use, or failure to comply with these instructions.
The correct fuse programme stage cover is identified by colour and a replacement may cooking mode be obtained from your Kenwood Authorised Repairer (see Service). using your cooking food If a non-rewireable plug is cut off it must be processor DESTROYED IMMEDIATELY.
6 Select one of the following options: After cooking Be careful when handling or touching any part of the appliance when being used in the cook mode Manual Cooking or after cooking, IN PARTICULAR THE BOWL AND One Pot programme TOOLS as they will remain HOT long after the Sauce/Soups programme appliance has been switched off.
Display screen symbols explained Shows temperature selected = 65°C = 92°C = 100°C The red warning triangle appears on the display screen if the lid is removed or not locked into position. This is the time selected in hours and minutes. The time will count down once the Start/Pause button is pressed.
Manual Mode Manually select the required temperature, time, stirring or chopping function. 0:00 - 3:00hr 65˚C 92˚C 100˚C Hints & Tips Once the timer has counted down to 0:00 the unit will beep and go into the Keep Warm cycle for 30 minutes.
Manual Mode continued Cold Ingredients Operate in short bursts for chopping or hold down for longer burst to puree and blend food down. Note: The chop function does not operate continuously when the unit or ingredients are cold. If the button is manually held down the display will countdown from 2 minutes.
One Pot programme Use this setting for cooking stews, casseroles, curries, risotto and similar one pot recipes. Programme Stages Stage 1 – recommended for softening vegetables and meat before cooking. Stage 2-3 – bring ingredients up to the boil and simmering. Stage 4 –...
Once stage 4 has been set and the button has been pressed the display will return to stage 1 and show the selected temperature, time and stir function. Press the Start/Pause button to commence cooking. Note: If you do not press the after stage 4 the programme will return to the default settings.
One Pot programme Recipe idea for guidance – adapt to personal taste and preference. Recipe/ Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Stage 4 Ingredients Beef Stew Oil & Beef Add Veg Add Liquid Additional Ingredients Stir 2 Stir 1 Stir 1 Stir 3 10 minutes 15 minutes...
Sauce/Soups programme Use this setting for cooking a range of sauces and soups. Programme Stages Stage 1 – recommended for softening vegetables and other ingredients before cooking. Stage 2 – adding liquid and bring ingredients up to the boil and simmering. Set the programme Press the programme button and set up each stage as required.
Sauce/Soups programme Recipe idea for guidance – adapt to personal taste and preference. Recipe/ingredients Stage 1 Stage 2 Blade or Stirring Paddle Stock based soup Blade Soften Vegetables Add Liquid & Simmer 1.5litres Stir 1 Stir 1 To Puree 10 minutes 15 - 45 minutes End of cooking puree for 100°C...
Steaming programme Use this setting for steaming vegetables, chicken and fish. Programme Display Default Setting Temperature Time Range Stirring Options Stage Range Available Stage 1 = 100°C 1 min – 30 mins None Steaming 1 Fill the bowl with water up to the 300ml mark.
Steaming guidelines Food Preparation Recommended cooking time (minutes) Beans Trim and thinly slice 5 – 10 Green or Runner Broccoli 100g Cut into florets 10 – 15 Carrots 120g Thinly slice 10 - 15 Cauliflower 100g Cut into florets 10 – 15 New Potatoes 270g Wash and cut larger ones...
Kenwood Customer Care on 023 9239 2333. This guarantee does not affect your statutory Have your model number (e.g. Type rights. CCC20) and date code (5 digit code e.g. 13L35) ready. They are on the underside of the power unit. spares and attachments call 0844 557 3653.
troubleshooting guide Problem Cause Solution No power to appliance /display Appliance not plugged in. Check appliance plugged in. screen not coming on. Press the Power ON switch Power ON switch not operated. the On position. Appliance not operating. Bowl not located correctly. Check bowl is located to power unit correctly.