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Kenwood DF360 Instructions Manual page 3

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to assemble, use and dismantle your fryer
to dismantle
Pull back the catch
1
Pull back the catch and remove the basket.
2
Pull out the electrics unit and then remove the bowl.
3
to assemble and use
Insert the bowl - '
1
then insert the electrics unit
Pour in the oil. The level must be between the '
2
Insert the basket and close the lid.
3
Wind excess flex around the bracket at the back of the machine.
4
Plug in and select a temperature: follow the colour codes.
5
The light goes out when the oil reaches the right temperature - start
6
frying. The light will come on and off as the fryer maintains the
temperature.
To re-use oil, remove the bowl and pour the oil through fine muslin or
absorbent paper. Never do this while the oil's hot.
Always unplug the fryer after use.
hints
We would recommend the use of a good quality oil for deep frying,
such as corn oil or groundnut oil. A good quality solid fat may also be
used. Other oils may be used if they are specifically recommended by
the manufacturer for deep frying. Never mix different oils or fat and do
not use olive oil, butter or margarine as they will smoke or bubble over.
Pre-cooked food needs a higher temperature than raw food.
Cook food thoroughly. The outside may look ready before the inside is
cooked.
Keep your fryer with oil (cooled and strained) inside it, ready for use.
The lid keeps the dust out.
Before frying battered food, drain off excess batter.
To make chips, use old potatoes and cut them up evenly so they
cook evenly. Rinse and dry before frying.
Filter the oil regularly. Change it after 8 - 10 uses.
maximum capacities
fresh chips 800g/2lb
frozen chips 600g/1
oil 2 litres/3
for cleaning see page 4
3
and open the lid. Then lift the lid off.
' and '
' marks towards the back
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MIN
lb
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2
1
pints
2
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' marks.
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