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Care And Cleaning - Kenwood FP670 series Instructions Manual

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Care and Cleaning

Before cleaning always switch off and remove the plug from the power supply.
Immediately after use, wash all pieces except the power unit, twin beater geared whisk, liquidiser goblet and base, multi-mill base, blade and
housing assembly in hot soapy water, then dry thoroughly. Take care when washing the steel blade and cutting plates - they are extremely
sharp. You may place the following components in a dishwasher; bowl, lid, pushers, steel blade, maxi-blend canopy, dough tool, paddle egg
whisk, citrus juicer, centrifugal juicer, multi-mill jar, storage box and processing plates. However, please ensure that they are only placed on
the top rack of the dishwasher.
Wipe over the power unit of your Food Processor with a damp cloth and polish with a dry one. Ensure that the safety interlock is clear of food
debris.
Always store the food processor with its dust cover if supplied, in place.
Twin Beater Geared Whisk
Detach each whisk from the drive head of the whisk assembly by gently pulling free. Wash the whisks in warm water. Wipe the drive head
DO NOT IMMERSE THE DRIVE HEAD IN WATER.
with a damp cloth then dry.
Liquidiser
Half fill with warm water and place onto the food processor. With the lid and filler cap in place, switch on for 20-30 seconds to dislodge any
particles of food. Empty out the water and rinse with clean warm water. Wipe off any surplus liquid and leave in a warm atmosphere to dry.
Take care when drying by hand as the blades are sharp.
Do not immerse the liquidiser base in water.
Multi-mill
Wash the blade assembly in hot soapy water, rinse and dry well. Take care when handling the blades as they are very sharp. Do not leave the
blade assembly soaking in water.
Guarantee
(UK only)
If your food processor goes wrong within one year from the date you bought it, we will repair or replace it free of charge provided:
you have not misused, neglected or damaged it;
it has not been modified (unless by Kenwood);
it is not second-hand;
it has not been used commercially;
you have not fitted a plug incorrectly; and
you supply your receipt to show when you bought it.
This guarantee does not affect your statutory rights.
Recipes
Shortcrust Pastry ________
For the speed of attachments see page 4
12 oz/300g plain flour
6oz/150g mixture of lard and margarine
1
tsp/2.5ml salt
2
3 tbsp/60ml water approximately
Roughly cube the fat. Using the steel blade,
place the flour, salt and fat into the bowl and
process using a higher speed until the
mixture resembles breadcrumbs. Continue
operating the machine on a lower speed and
add the water down the feed tube and
process until one or two balls of pastry are
formed. Remove the pastry from the bowl
and combine together by hand to prevent
over processing. Use as required.
Hints
For best results use the fat straight from
the refrigerator.
Take care not to overprocess the fat into
the flour, as it will continue mixing when
the water is added.
If the dough is slightly warm after
processing allow it to rest for 10-15
minutes in the refrigerator before using.
Scones can be prepared in a similar
manner to pastry.
Meringues _____________
For the speed of attachments see page 4
4 egg whites
8oz/200g caster sugar
Whisk the egg whites until stiff. Add half the
sugar and continue whisking until the mixture
is glossy. Remove the whisk and with a metal
spoon carefully fold in the remaining sugar, a
spoonful at a time. Pipe the mixture onto
trays lined with non stick paper. Bake in a
preheated oven at 90°C or at the lowest
setting possible for 4-5 hours, until the
meringues have dried out. If the meringues
start to brown, prop open the oven door a
little.
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