PARTS AND FEATURES PARTS AND ACCESSORIES Ceramashield nonstick cooking pot with pouring spout Tempered glass lid with integrated strainer/pour openings Control Built-in panel lifting handles S e a r Flip for convenient roasting rack 2-in-1 reversible steam basket/roasting rack...
PARTS AND FEATURES CONTROL PANEL FEATURES Timer adjust select Temperature adjust select Temperature/ time display Cooking mode Cooking mode/ Sear display option select < and > Power on/status light AVAILABLE ACCESSORIES Stir Tower KST4054 (sold separately) The Stir Tower works like your own personal sous chef to help keep things moving, no matter what you are cooking.
Return appliance to the nearest Authorized Service Facility for examination, repair, or adjustment. 7. The use of accessory attachments not recommended by KitchenAid may cause injuries. 8. Do not use outdoors.
MULTI-COOKER SAFETY 9. Do not let cord hang over edge of table or counter, or touch hot surfaces, including the top of the Multi-Cooker. 10. Do not place on or near a hot gas or electric burner, or in a heated oven. 11.
COOKING MODES GUIDE Your Multi-Cooker features over 10 cooking methods, including a Manual mode, and 4 step-by-step cooking modes, specially designed for a variety of cooking tasks. Refer to the quick guide below for cooking methods and step-by-step cooking mode options, Sear or see detailed explanations and tips for each cooking mode on the following pages.
For cooking and food preparation tips, see “Tips for great results” on how to get the most from each cooking method. Also, refer to the cookbook for special tips and tricks specially suited to each recipe, or visit www.kitchenaid.com/quickstart. Sear (430–450°F/221–232°C)
STEP-BY-STEP COOKING MODES SETTING THE TIMER FOR STEP-BY-STEP COOKING MODES Step-by-step cooking modes use multiple cooking methods to cook different kinds of foods. Use the > key to advance from step to step. If it is necessary to back up a step, press the <...
STEP-BY-STEP COOKING MODES SOUP Sauté > Boil > Simmer > Keep Warm 5. The Multi-Cooker will cool down to Boil Soup mode uses multiple preprogrammed steps for creating soups and stews from mode. If setting a boiling time, set the scratch, without the guesswork.
STEP-BY-STEP COOKING MODES YOGURT Simmer > Culture 4. Once simmering is complete, press the WARNING > button to continue to Culture. 5. The Multi-Cooker will cool down to Food Poisoning Hazard Culture mode. If setting a culture time, set the timer, then press START/ENTER Do not cook any foods, other than to start timer countdown.
MANUAL COOKING Manual cooking mode has 6 preset ranges to allow you to cook like on a regular stove top: Warm, Low, Med-Lo, Medium, Med-Hi, and High. Each range is adjustable based Manual on the chart below. To select and adjust a Manual mode: 1.
ADDITIONAL FEATURES LAST SELECTIONS USED If the Multi-Cooker remains plugged in, it will remember the last cooking method or mode and temperature settings used the next time it is turned on. S e t T i m S i m m e r CHANGING BETWEEN FAHRENHEIT AND CELSIUS To change between degrees Fahrenheit and degrees Celsius, press and hold the...
USING THE MULTI-COOKER BEFORE FIRST USE 1. Place the Multi-Cooker on a dry, flat, level surface such as a countertop or table. 4" 4" 2. Be sure the sides and back of the (10 cm) 4" Multi-Cooker are at least 4" (10 cm) away (10 cm) 4"...
USING THE MULTI-COOKER OPERATING THE MULTI-COOKER S e t T i m S a u t é S e a r Use the < or > to scroll to the desired cooking method or mode. Press POWER/CANCEL. The default cooking temperature will be displayed.
USING THE MULTI-COOKER K e e p W If using the timer, the Multi-Cooker will beep 3 times when the countdown Cover with lid. Rotate lid so pouring reaches 00:00. Press START/ENTER opening is covered to help keep to clear the timer; the temperature foods moist.
USING THE MULTI-COOKER ROASTING WITH THE ROASTING RACK The Multi-Cooker includes a combination steam basket and roasting rack for multilevel cooking. NOTE: Steam basket/roasting rack cannot be used with the optional Stir Tower accessory. Se ar Lower steam basket/roasting rack into Place ingredients to be roasted on cooking pot, as shown.
TIPS FOR GREAT RESULTS COOKING TIPS Refer to the following tips for getting the most out of the different cooking modes. Searing and sautéing: Rice: • For best browning results, pat exterior • It is important to measure rice and surfaces of meat dry with paper towels water accurately before cooking for best before sautéing or searing.
TIPS FOR GREAT RESULTS • It is not necessary to thaw frozen Slow Cooking: vegetables prior to adding to a soup for • As a general rule for using your favorite cooking, but the cooking time may need recipes in the Multi-Cooker, increase to be lengthened.
However, dropping or hard impacts use only. can chip or crack the ceramic coating. FOR DETAILED INFORMATION ON CLEANING THE MULTI-COOKER Visit kitchenaid.com for additional instructions with videos, inspiring recipes, and tips on how to use your Multi-Cooker. CARE AND CLEANING | 19...
TROUBLESHOOTING If your Multi-Cooker malfunctions or fails to operate: 1. Is the Multi-Cooker plugged into a grounded 3 prong outlet? • Plug the Multi-Cooker into a grounded 3 prong outlet. 2. Is the fuse in the circuit to the Multi-Cooker in working order? •...
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