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Processing Guide - Kenwood HB850 series Instructions Manual

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40534 Iss 3 HB850_HB890 multi A5:18288 Iss 2 HB790 multi
food processor attachment
C to use the knife blade
The knife blade is very sharp, take care when
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handling.
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Don't process hard foods such as coffee beans, ice
cubes, spices or chocolate as they will damage the
blade.
When chopping meat remove any bones and cut into
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2cm (3/4 in) cubes.
1 Fit the non-slip base onto the bottom of the bowl.
2 Fit the knife blade over the pin in the bowl
fit the knife blade before adding ingredients.
3 Fit the lid and push down to lock in place
4 Fit the power handle and push to lock in place. The
power handle can be fitted with the ON/OFF button
either facing inwards or outwards.
5 Plug in and hold the bowl steady. Then select a speed
and switch on.
6 After use, unplug and dismantle. To remove the lid
pull both locking clips out together and lift
hints
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Use the knife blade for cake and pastry making,
chopping meat, cheese, vegetables, herbs, nuts, dips
and to also make crumbs from bread and biscuits.
The attachment is not suitable for making
bread dough.
Pastry making - use fat straight from the fridge cut
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into 2cm/
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in cubes and process until the mixture
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looks like coarse breadcrumbs. Add the water down
the feed tube and stop mixing as soon as the mixture
starts to stick together.
Take care not to overprocess.
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When adding almond essence or flavouring to
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mixtures avoid contact with the plastic as this may
result in permanent marking.
D to use the slicing/shredding disc
Never remove the lid until the cutting disc has
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completely stopped.
Handle the cutting disc with care as it is extremely
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sharp.
1 Place the non-slip base onto the bottom of the bowl.
2 Place the drive shaft over the pin in the bowl
3 Holding by the centre grip, place the disc onto the
drive shaft with the appropriate side uppermost
4 Fit the lid and push down to lock in place
5 Fit the power handle and push to lock in place. The
power handle can be fitted with the ON/OFF button
either facing inwards or outwards.
6 Choose which size feed tube you want to use. The
pusher contains a smaller feed tube for processing
individual items or thin ingredients.
To use the smaller feed tube - first put the large
pusher inside the feed tube.
To use the large feed tube - use both pushers
together.
7 Put the food into the feed tube.
8 Select a speed, switch on and push down evenly with
the pusher – never put your fingers in the feed
tube.
9 After use, unplug and dismantle. To remove the lid
pull both locking clips out together and lift
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hints
. Always
Use the grating side for carrots, potatoes and foods
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of a similar texture.
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Use the slicing side for food items such as carrots,
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potatoes, cabbage, cucumber, courgette and onions.
Use fresh ingredients.
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Don't cut food too small. Fill the width of the feed
tube fairly full. This prevents the food from slipping
sideways during processing. Alternatively use the
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small feed tube.
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Food placed upright comes out shorter than food
placed horizontally.
There will always be a small amount of waste left on
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the disc or in the bowl after processing.

processing guide

Food
Knife blade
Lean Meat
Herbs
Nuts
All in one
cake mix
Shortcrust
Pastry
Disc
Firm food
such as
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carrots or
.
potatoes
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Softer items
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bk
such as
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cucumbers
or tomatoes
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A5
4/6/14
12:26
Max
Recommended
Qty
Speed
Processing
time (secs)
500g
5
30g
5
100g
5
800g
4 – 5
total wt
340g
5
flour wt
-
5
-
3
Page 6
7
.
Approx
10 – 30
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20 – 30
10 – 20
20
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