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KitchenAid KCF0103 Instructions Manual

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    KCF0103...

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Using the upper and lower steamer baskets ........... 20 USING MANUAL COOKING MODES .............. 21 Cooking with manual settings ................22 CARE AND CLEANING Cleaning your Cook Processor................. 24 Storing Accessories ..................25 TROUBLESHOOTING ..................26 For more information, visit our website at: KitchenAid.com.au...

  • Page 4: Cook Processor Safety

    Authorised Service Center for examination, repair or electrical or mechanical adjustment. 6. The use of attachments not recommended or sold by KitchenAid may cause fire, electrical shock or injury. 7. Do not use the appliance outdoors.

  • Page 5: Save These Instructions

    COOK PROCESSOR SAFETY 9. Appliances can be used by persons with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities or lack of experience and knowledge if they have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance in a safe way and if they understand the hazards involved. 10.

  • Page 6: Electrical Requirements

    COOK PROCESSOR SAFETY Electrical requirements Voltage: 220–240 VAC NOTE: This product has a grounded (earthed) plug. To reduce the risk of electrical Frequency: 50-60 Hz shock, this plug will fit in an outlet only one Wattage: 1050 Watts way. If the plug does not fit in the outlet, Motor: 450 Watts contact a qualified electrician.

  • Page 7: Parts And Features

    PARTS AND FEATURES Parts and features Lid with removable measuring cup 4.5 L stainless steel cooking bowl Control panel/ LED display Bowl Automatic release lever Cooking Mode buttons Speed selector Speed indicator lights On/Off (I/O) switch (not shown)

  • Page 8: Control Panel

    PARTS AND FEATURES Control panel Status display Time display Temperature display Stew Temperature ˚C P7:Step 2 ˚F Time select select Quick Stir Start/Pause Quick Stir Cancel Pulse Pulse Dial Accessories Steamer lid Upper steamer basket Lower steamer basket Steamer Capacity Basket Capacity (examples) Upper...

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    Egg Whip, Dough Blade, or MultiBlade. StirAssist MultiBlade Mini Bowl and Mini MultiBlade Dough Blade Egg Whip (max. temperature = (max. temperature = 100°C)* 40°C)* Storage case * Do not exceed these temperatures unless specified in a recipe in the KitchenAid cookbook or app.

  • Page 10: Cooking Modes Guide

    COOKING MODES GUIDE Your Cook Processor features 6 automatic cooking modes, each with specialty modes, designed for a variety of cooking tasks. The included recipe book features a selection of recipes optimized to work with these cooking modes. Refer to the provided cookbook for directions on selecting attachments, cooking modes, and settings when using Automatic Cooking modes.

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    COOKING MODES GUIDE Automatic cooking modes Temperatures, times, and speeds for multistep cooking modes are indicated with an show the value for each step. Time Recipes (see included recipe Cooking Mode Temp (°C) (minutes) Speed book for details) Stew (MultiBlade/StirAssist/Inner Steamer) Stew P1 Bavarois, Panna Cotta, Pesto stew...

  • Page 12: Additional Functions Timer Option

    Puree Use Fry modes to create delicious Puree combines the cooking and stir-fries, oriental-style dishes, and chopping abilities of the KitchenAid easy scrambled eggs and bacon. Cook Processor to make preparing hummus or shrimp croquettes a snap. Stew steam...

  • Page 13: Quick Stir

    ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS Quick Stir With the StirAssist paddle installed, press (Quick Stir) once to stir for 2 seconds at low speed. ˚C ˚F You may also press and hold the (Quick Stir) button; the StirAssist paddle will operate at low speed until the button is released. The timer will count up as long as Quick Stir (Quick Stir) button is held down.

  • Page 14: Getting Started

    GETTING STARTED Preparing the Cook Processor for use 1. Place the Cook Processor on a dry, flat, level surface such as a countertop or table. 2. Be sure to provide enough room above the Cook Processor to open lid and remove bowl.

  • Page 15: Start Up And Control Setup Welcome Screen

    START UP AND CONTROL SETUP Welcome screen A welcome screen will be displayed any time the Cook Processor is first turned on after being plugged in, after the main power switch is turned on, or after a power outage. Press any key on the control panel to Press Any Ke ˚C ˚F...

  • Page 16: Using Automatic Cooking Modes

    USING AUTOMATIC COOKING MODES IMPORTANT: Refer to the provided cookbook for directions on selecting attachments, cooking modes, and settings when using Automatic Cooking modes. Place the bowl on the base, making sure Insert the accessory indicated by the it locks into place. If the bowl is not recipe into the bowl, sliding it onto the locked in place, UNLOCKED will show in drive shaft.

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    USING AUTOMATIC COOKING MODES Stew ˚C P7:Step 1 ˚F Stew ˚C P7:Step 1 ˚F Quick Stir Quick Stir Pulse Pulse Select the desired preset cooking mode Press (Start). For cooking modes by pressing the mode button, then use with multiple steps, the next cooking the dial to select the mode version, for step will appear in the lower part of example, Stew P7.

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    Quick Stir Do not eat food from the cook Pulse processor if “KitchenAid Press A tone will sound at the end of the Any key to Continue” shows next step. Repeat steps 9-10 until all in the display.

  • Page 19: Using Steaming Baskets

    USING STEAMER BASKETS The Cook Processor includes two different types of steamer baskets that can be used when cooking in certain modes. NOTE: Steamer baskets cannot be used with food processing attachments such as the MultiBlade, StirAssist, Dough Blade, or Egg Whip. Using the round internal steamer basket Open the lid of the bowl and remove Place the bowl on the base, making sure...

  • Page 20: Using The Upper And Lower Steamer Baskets

    USING STEAMER BASKETS You can use the upper and lower steamer baskets together, or just the lower steamer basket. You may also use the lower steamer basket with the inner steamer basket. The instructions below show an example of using both upper and lower baskets. Using the upper and lower steamer baskets Remove the lid by opening it, then Place the bowl on the base, making sure...

  • Page 21: Using Manual Cooking Modes

    USING MANUAL COOKING MODES Refer to the guide below for recommended speeds and quantities for accessories when using manual cooking modes. IMPORTANT: To avoid splashing, always follow recommended speeds when using the Egg Whip, Dough Blade, or MultiBlade. Accessory Food Speed Quantity Operating Time...

  • Page 22: Cooking With Manual Settings

    USING MANUAL COOKING MODES Cooking with manual settings Place the bowl on the base, making sure OPTIONAL: Insert the desired it locks into place. accessory into the bowl, sliding it onto the drive shaft. Add the ingredients for the first step of Close and latch the lid.

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    In the event of a power outage, the welcome screen will be displayed when power is restored. Do not eat food from the cook processor if “KitchenAid Press When the timer reaches 00:00, a tone Any key to Continue” shows will sound and the Cook Processor will in the display.

  • Page 24: Care And Cleaning

    CARE AND CLEANING Cleaning your Cook Processor Unplug your Cook Processor from the wall socket before cleaning. • Allow Cook Processor and accessories to cool completely before cleaning. Bowl: • Do not immerse the bowl in water or place in a dishwasher. To clean the inside of the bowl, wipe with a non-abrasive damp, sudsy cloth, then wipe out with a clean damp cloth.

  • Page 25: Storing Accessories

    CARE AND CLEANING Storing accessories StirAssist MultiBlade Dough Egg Whip Blade The Storage Case nests with the The MultiBlade, Dough Blade, Egg upper and lower Steamer Baskets Whip, and StirAssist fit into the and steamer lid. storage case, as shown.

  • Page 26: Troubleshooting

    TROUBLESHOOTING If your Cook Processor malfunctions or fails to operate • Display shows ACCESSORY: The display will show ACCESSORY if the StirAssist blade is installed and Pulse or a higher speed is selected. • Display shows COOLING: Unit is cooling down if a temperature lower than the current cooking temperature is selected.

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    © 2014. All rights reserved. Specifications subject to change without notice. W10755536A 11/14...

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