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The Bowl Tools And Some Of Their Uses - Kenwood Chef Instructions Manual

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The bowl tools and some of their uses

K-beater
For making cakes, biscuits, pastry, icing,
fillings, éclairs and mashed potato.
Whisk
For eggs, cream, batters, fatless sponges,
meringues, cheesecakes, mousses,
soufflés. Do not use the whisk for heavy
mixtures (e.g. creaming fat and sugar) -
you could damage it.
Dough Hook
For yeast mixtures only
To use your bowl tools
Ensure the cord is fully unfolded from the
cord storage compartment
using the Kitchen Machine.
1 Push the head-lift lever
raise the mixer head until it locks
2 Fit the bowl on the base and turn
clockwise
to secure in position .
3
3 Place the required tool into the socket.
Then push up
4
lock into position.
Note: If the K-beater or Whisk are
not picking up ingredients from the
bottom of the bowl refer to the "Tool
Adjustment" section.
4 Lower the mixer head by pushing the
head release lever down
the mixer head until it locks
5 Plug into the power supply and the
'mixer ready indicator light' will illuminate.
6 Start the machine by turning the speed
control to the desired speed setting. Use
the pulse (P) position for short bursts of
maximum speed.
7 After use, return the speed control to 'O'
OFF position and unplug your Kitchen
Machine.
before
m
down and
1
.
2
and turn
the tool to
5
and lower
6
.
7
8 Release the tool by turning clockwise
to unlock from the tool socket and then
remove.
Hints
• The fold function
folding light ingredients into heavier
mixtures for example meringues,
mousses, fruit fools, Genoese sponges
and soufflés, and to slowly incorporate
flour and fruit into cake mixtures. The
mixer will operate at a constant slow
speed.
Important
Ensure that no bowl tools are fitted or
stored in the bowl when using other
outlets.
5
can be used for

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