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  • Page 1 TYPE CCL45 instructions...
  • Page 2 English 2 - 27...
  • Page 4 DIRECT PREP...
  • Page 5 temp time speed 30-180˚ 0-8hr 1-12...
  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    English contents safety connecting your appliance to the Kenwood World app Wi-Fi menu language selection using your cooking food processor 9-10 using your Direct Prep 10-11 display screen symbols explained manual mode 13-14 using the pre-set programmes 15-21 Main Meal programme...
  • Page 7: Safety

    Remove all packaging and any labels. If the cord is damaged it must, for safety reasons, be replaced by KENWOOD or an authorised KENWOOD repairer. For correct operation ensure that the bowl base is clean and dry before fitting to the power unit.
  • Page 8 Never use a damaged appliance or attachment. Get it checked or repaired: see “service and customer care”. Do not exceed the maximum capacities stated. Do not exceed the 2.6 litres maximum fill level marked on the inside of the bowl. When frying DO NOT exceed the 0.5 litre max oil fill level marked on the bowl.
  • Page 9 Never let the cord hang down where a child could grab it. Only use the appliance for its intended domestic use. Kenwood will not accept any liability if the appliance is subject to improper use, or failure to comply with these instructions.
  • Page 10 Direct Prep attachment The discs are very sharp; handle with care when fitting, removing and cleaning. Always hold by the finger grip away from the cutting edge, both when handling and cleaning. Never remove the lid until the cutting disc has completely stopped.
  • Page 11: Connecting Your Appliance To The Kenwood World App

    The Kenwood World app will allow you to control approved (BS1362) fuse. your appliance through your smart phone or tablet. WARNING: THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE 1 Download the Kenwood World app on to a smart EARTHED. phone or tablet device. Note:...
  • Page 12: Key

    cooking mode Wi-Fi symbol lid filler cap Direct Prep lid outer (grey) pusher/measuring cup interlock tabs feed tube lid inner (clear) Direct Prep lid lid filler cap opening drive shaft lid seal disc a maxblade 1 extra fine grating disc (if supplied) b midiblade 2 fine grating disc (if supplied) stir tool...
  • Page 13: Using Your Cooking Food Processor

    5 Add the relevant ingredients to be processed or using your cooking food cooked. processor 6 Fit the lid and filler cap. Push the lid down and turn anti-clockwise until aligned with the cooking bowl 1 Plug in and press the On/Off switch on the handles.
  • Page 14: Using Your Direct Prep

    The underside of the bowl will remain hot long to assemble and use the after the heating has stopped. Use caution when attachment handling and cleaning. 1 Fit the bowl lid and remove the filler cap if grating Hints & Tips or slicing straight into the bowl.
  • Page 15 important The tower can only be rotated in a clockwise direction. Do not attempt to force it in an anti-clockwise direction as this may damage the tower. If the food is not exiting the food outlet, switch off and check that food is not clogging under the disc and the slinger plate is fitted.
  • Page 16: Display Screen Symbols Explained

    Display screen symbols explained Hot warning indicator Below 60°C – no red bar Above 60°C – solid red bar Text display shows status information, recipes information and error messages. Shows temperature selected. OFF, 30°C 180°C. Note: In manual mode – Press the temperature button for 3 seconds during operation to switch between selected temperature and actual temperature.
  • Page 17: Manual Mode

    Manual Mode Manually select the required temperature, time, stirring or chopping function. Select the setting you wish to alter and use the (+) and (-) buttons to adjust the setting. Note: Hold down the (+) and (-) buttons to scroll through the settings more rapidly. When a setting is selected, the relevant display screen symbol will flash.
  • Page 18 Manual Mode continued • Press to cancel the programme stage or function selected at any time. • If pressed during a pre-set programme, the unit will return to the previous stage. To cancel and return to the standby mode press and hold down for 3 seconds and the unit will beep when the function is cancelled.
  • Page 19: Using The Pre-Set Programmes

    using the pre-set programmes Select the programme 1 Press the desired programme button. Note: When the programme button is pressed, the bar above the relevant button will light up. 2 Press the (+) or (-) button to select the required sub-programme.
  • Page 20: Main Meal Programme

    Main Meal programme Recipe ideas for guidance – adapt to personal taste and preference. Sub programme Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Stage 4 Tool Recipe used ideas INGREDIENTS 1 INGREDIENTS 2 INGREDIENTS 3 INGREDIENTS 4 Add oil Add veg Chicken &...
  • Page 21: Sauce Programme

    Sauce programme Recipe ideas for guidance – adapt to personal taste and preference. Sub programme Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Tool used Recipe ideas INGREDIENTS 1 INGREDIENTS 2 INGREDIENTS 3 Add oil Add veg Add liquid Tomato pasta 140°C 140°C 98°C sauce...
  • Page 22: Steam Programme

    Steam programme Use the steam setting for steaming vegetables, chicken and fish. Use the RINSE setting to quickly clean the bowl before taking apart for cleaning. For best results, always take the bowl apart for cleaning and dry thoroughly before re-assembling. Sub programme Temperature Time Range...
  • Page 23 Hints & Tips The temperature is fixed at 100°C and speed options cannot be selected. The cooking times are a guide only. Always check that food is thoroughly cooked before eating. If your food is not cooked enough, reset the time. You may need to top up with water. Leave gaps between pieces of food and do not layer the food in the basket or tray.
  • Page 24: Soup Programme

    Soup programme Recipe ideas for guidance – adapt to personal taste and preference. Sub programme Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Stage 4 Tool used Recipe ideas INGREDIENTS 1 INGREDIENTS 2 INGREDIENTS 3 INGREDIENTS 4 Add veg Blend Vegetable & liquid soup QUICK SOUPS 100°C...
  • Page 25: Dessert Programme

    Dessert programme Recipe ideas for guidance – adapt to personal taste and preference. Sub programme Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Tool used Recipe ideas Add dry Add liquid Custard, ingredients crème brûlée 2½ mins 98°C DESSERT SAUCES Heating then 10 mins Add water Add dry...
  • Page 26: Recommended Usage Chart

    recommended speed chart for manual functions Tool Function Recommended Processing time Recommended speed/ Quantities temperature Chopping herbs 20 secs 20g – 50g Chopping onions 15-20 secs Up to 300g (2 onions) Chopping vegetables 20 secs Up to 500g cut into 4cm chunks Chopping lean meat 5-20 secs 150g –...
  • Page 27 recommended speed chart for manual functions Tool Function Recommended Processing time Recommended speed/ Quantities temperature Creaming butter/ 7 to 8 2 - 3 mins Up to 400g margarine and sugar combined fat and for cakes sugar weight Brownies 2 - 3 mins Up to 1.2kg Egg whites 3½...
  • Page 28: Care And Cleaning

    Handle the cutting discs with care – they are care and cleaning extremely sharp. Always switch off and unplug before cleaning. To remove the lid from the base , hold by Remove the lid and tool from the bowl before the feed tube and turn in an anticlockwise cleaning.
  • Page 29: Service And Customer Care

    It must be taken to a special local authority Have your model number (e.g. TYPE differentiated waste collection centre or to a dealer CCL45) and date code (5 digit code e.g. providing this service. 13L35) ready. They are on the underside of the Disposing of a household appliance separately avoids power unit.
  • Page 30: Troubleshooting Guide

    troubleshooting guide Problem Cause Solution No power to appliance /display Appliance not plugged in. Check appliance plugged in. screen not coming on. On/Off switch not operated. Press the On/Off switch the On position. Appliance not operating. Bowl or lid not located correctly. Check bowl is located to power unit correctly.
  • Page 31 Kenwood cloud contact your Internet Service servers. Provider. If the problem persists contact your nearest authorised Kenwood Service Centre. To find up to date details of your nearest Kenwood Service Centre visit www.kenwoodworld.com or the website specific to your country.
  • Page 32 ) “CHECK WATER LEVEL” “MOTOR OVERHEAT. ALLOW TO ) COOL” “MOTOR ) OVERLOAD” “MOTOR STALLED” E:20 - E:29 .Wi-Fi .Wi-Fi E:34 Wi-Fi ."Wi-Fi " .Kenwood World App Wi-Fi Wi-Fi Kenwood .Kenwood Kenwood www.kenwoodworld.com...
  • Page 33 ) On/Off On/Off .( ) Start ( ) Start « »...
  • Page 34 " " .www.kenwoodworld.com Kenwood KENWOOD KENWOOD www.kenwoodworld.com Direct Prep Kenwood maxblade midiblade ) Direct Prep (WEEE)
  • Page 35 ) Direct Prep ) Direct Prep ) Direct Prep – //maxblade /midiblade ) "RINSE"...
  • Page 36 – – 55/0 55/6 ) OFF/12 ) OFF/12...
  • Page 37 – DESSERT SAUCES DOUGH – ( b midiblade –...
  • Page 38 – QUICK SOUPS SMOOTH SOUPS BROTHS ) "HEATING" – ) "HEATING"...
  • Page 39 – – – – ) Rinse / ) Start/Stop...
  • Page 40 ) OK ) STEAM / ) Start/Stop – (STEAM) / ) Start/Stop...
  • Page 41 – SAVOURY SAUCES BÉCHAMEL SAUCES COMPOTES & RELISHES Puree ) "HEATING" ) RINSE STEAM – RINSE ×...
  • Page 42 QUICK CASSEROLES EASY DISHES RISOTTO CASSEROLES VEGETARIAN DISHES SLOW COOK ) "HEATING"...
  • Page 43 ) OK / ) Start/Stop / ) Start/Stop / ) Start/Stop (-) (+) –...
  • Page 44 – • • Chop ) Cancel • / ) Start/Pause • • • • • • • • •...
  • Page 45 (-) (+) (-) (+) "OFF" •...
  • Page 46 ) OFF – / ) Start/Stop Wi-Fi .Wi-Fi .Wi-Fi...
  • Page 47 Direct Prep ) Direct Prep ) Direct Prep ) Direct Prep ) Direct Prep ) Direct Prep " ."(...
  • Page 48 ) Direct Prep ) Direct Prep .("( ) Direct Prep " ) Direct Prep ) Direct Prep ) Direct Prep ) Cancel Direct Prep ) On/Off ) Direct Prep " " / ) Start/Stop ) Direct Prep – – – –...
  • Page 49 ) On/Off / ) Start/Stop – .(kCook ) “WELCOME TO kCook” (Keep Warm) Start/Stop Start/Stop – – ( ) Manual Cooking 3A 00:00 ) Pre-set Programmes 3B " " ) Cancel .(kCook ) “WELCOME TO kCook” (Keep Warm) / ) Start/Stop 00:00 maxblade b midiblade...
  • Page 50 Wi-Fi Direct Prep maxblade Direct Prep midiblade Direct Prep ) Direct Prep On/Off ."English" ) OK ) On/Off • LANGUAGE SET UP PRESS” ) “START TO CONTINUE START Cancel Chop ) OK – ( Start/Stop – ( Direct Prep Start/Stop “WELCOME TO kCook”...
  • Page 51 Kenwood World app Kenwood World app Kenwood World app .Kenwood World app .(Wi-Fi Wi-Fi IEEE802.11 b,g and n WPA2-PSK Kenwood World app .Android iOS Wi-Fi (-) (+) .Cancel Wi-Fi Wi-Fi WI-FI :MAC Wi-Fi MAC...
  • Page 52 1935/2004 FCC ID VVJ-TA3200R1D-SA 2014/53/EU ” .“...
  • Page 53 Kenwood Direct Prep Direct Prep...
  • Page 54 " " ) Cancel / ) Start/Stop a "maxblade" . b "midiblade"...
  • Page 55 .KENWOOD KENWOOD ." "...
  • Page 56 ´ ¸ ∂ ‫جدول المحتويات‬ ٣2 - 29 ‫لسالمتك‬ ٣٣ ‫توصيل الجهاز مع تطبيق‬ Kenwood World App ٣٣ ‫قائمة اتصال‬ Wi-Fi ٣٤ ‫مفتاح الرسم التوضيحي‬ ٣٤ ‫اختيار اللغة‬ ٣٦ - ٣5 ‫استخدام جهاز تحضير الطعام الطاهي‬ Direct Prep ‫استخدام ملحق‬...
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