Place the ingredients on the tray, and place
a tray under the Mincer head.
Connect the appliance to a suitable
Rotate the control dial clockwise & select a
slow speed. Using the pusher, push the
ingredients into the hole in the tray & down
into the Mincer.
The screw will collect the ingredients,
compressing them & moving them forward.
They will then be forced through the
selected shape in the shape selector. This
should be collected on the tray.
The machine should be stopped before
changing the shape in the shape selector.
Never approach any moving parts until they
have come to a complete stop.
Never insert ﬁngers into the feed chute.
Only use the pusher provided.
Operating times and preparations
* Do not blend hot liquids, allow to cool ﬁrst
Using the Kebbe attachment (Fig. F)
The Kebbe attachment is used with the
meat mincer attachment.
The Kebbe maker attachment (35) has two
parts, the shaper and the cone.
Follow the assembly instructions of the
mincer through to the assembly of the worm
(34) (do not assemble the cutting blade (22)
or the ﬁne or course mincing dies (25 or
Insert the shaper and the cone onto the end
of the worm.
Secure the Kebbe in place using the
securing nut (23).
Feed the Kebbe mixture through the food
feeder tube and use the pusher provided.
The mince will roll out as a hollow cylinder.
Cut the continuous hollow cylinder into the
desired lengths while it ﬂows out.
Suggested Types Of
mashed potatoes & cookie
Mixes & kneads all kinds of yeast
mixtures for homemade bread
Used for egg, meringues,
creams & mousses
Mincing meat, cookies
(with cookie attachment)
Slicer, ﬁne shredding & coarse shredding
vegetables, such as carrots, beets,
turnips, potatoes, coconut & celery
Making pasta & Macaroni