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KitchenAid KHIMS 36500 Quick Reference Manual page 7

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To deactivate the timer:
Press the "+" or "–" buttons together until the timer is deactivated�
Functions
FLEXIBLE ZONE
The entire left-hand area can be controlled as a single cooking zone using the "Flexible Zone" button�
Either of the slide touchscreens can be used. Ideal for cooking with oval or rectangular pots or with pan
supports�
GOURMET LIBRARY
The "Gourmet Library" button activates the special functions�
Place the pot in position and select the cooking zone�
Press the "Gourmet Library" button� "A" will appear on the display�
The indicator for the first special feature available for the cooking zone will light up.
Select the desired special function by pressing the "Gourmet Library" button one or more times�
The function is activated once the
KEEP WARM
This feature allows you to keep your food at an ideal temperature, usually after cooking is complete, or
when reducing liquids very slowly� Ideal for serving foods at the perfect temperature�
SLOW COOKING
This function is ideal for maintaining a simmering temperature, allowing you to cook food for long
periods with no risk of burning� Ideal for long-cooking recipes (rice, sauces, roasts) with liquid sauces�
BOILING
This function allows you to bring water to the boil and keep it boiling, with lower energy consumption�
A minimum of 2 to 3 litres of water (preferably at room temperature) should be placed in the pan, and
left uncovered� In all cases, users are advised to monitor the boiling water closely, and check the amount
of water remaining regularly�
MOKA
Dedicated accessories should be used for this function: Moka, Bialetti MOKA INDUZIONE
6TZ ANTRACITE.
Place the moka on one of the four areas of the flexible zone as illustrated. Activate the
function and wait for this to switch off automatically�
MELTING
This function allows you to bring food to the ideal temperature for melting and to maintain the condition
of the food without risk of burning� This method is ideal, as it does not damage delicate foods such as
chocolate, and prevents them from sticking to the pot�
button has been pressed to confirm.
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