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Kenwood kMix Series Instructions Manual page 8

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the mixer
important points for bread making
• Never exceed the maximum capacities -
you will overload the machine.
• If you hear the machine labouring,
switch off, remove half the dough and
do each half separately.
• The ingredients mix best if you put the
liquid in first.
• At intervals stop the machine and
scrape the mixture off the dough hook.
• Different batches of flour vary
considerably in the quantities of liquid
required and the stickiness of the dough
can have a marked effect on the load
imposed on the machine. You are
recommended speed chart and maximum capacities
These are a guide only and will vary depending upon the quantity of mix in the bowl and
the ingredients being mixed.
tool/
attachment
Whisk
Beater
Dough hook
*Egg sizes used = medium sized (Weight 53-65g)
recipe type
Egg whites
Cream
All in one cake mixes
Rubbing fat into flour
Adding water to
combine pastry
ingredients
Fruit Cake
Creaming fat and
sugar
Adding eggs
Folding in flour, fruit,
etc.
Bread dough (stiff
yeasted)
advised to keep the machine under
observation whilst the dough is being
mixed.
electronic speed sensor control
Your mixer is fitted with an electronic
speed sensor control that is designed
to maintain the speed under different
load conditions, such as when kneading
bread dough or when eggs are added
to a cake mix. You may therefore
hear some variation in speed during
the operation as the mixer adjusts to
the load and speed selected - this is
normal.
speed
maximum
Max
Max
Min to Speed 2
Min
Max
Max
Min to speed 1
30 secs- 1
Min to speed 1
5
maximum
time
capacities
2-12 (455g)
3 mins
1 litre/35 fl oz
2-3 mins
2 mins
2kg /4lb 8oz
total weight
10 egg mix
2-3 mins
680g/1lb 8oz
flour
30 secs
2.72kg/6lb
1½ – 3½
total weight
mins
9 egg mix
1-2 mins
min
5 mins
1.35kg/3lb
flour weight
2.17kg/4lb 13oz
total weight

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