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Folding Tool; Mini Bowl And Knife; Grinding Mill - Kenwood FDP60 Instructions Manual

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Use fresh ingredients
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Don't cut food too small. Fill the width of the feed tube fairly full.
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This prevents the food from slipping sideways during processing.
Alternatively use the small feed tube.
When using the French fry disc, place ingredients horizontally.
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When slicing or grating: food placed upright
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shorter than food placed horizontally
There will always be a small amount of waste on the disc or in
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the bowl after processing.
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folding tool

(if supplied)
Use the folding tool to fold light ingredients into heavier mixtures
for example meringues, mousses and fruit fools.
1 Fit the bowl onto the power unit, add the detachable drive shaft.
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2 Push the paddle
securely into the drive head.
3 Fit the folding tool by carefully turning until it drops over the drive
shaft.
4 Add the ingredients.
5 Fit the lid – ensuring the end of the shaft locates into the centre
of the lid .
6 Select min - low speed.
to remove the beater
Detach the beater from the drive head by pressing the release
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button
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Do not use high speed as a low speed is required to optimise
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the folding performance.
For best results do not over whisk egg whites or cream – the
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folding tool will not be able to fold the mixture correctly if the
whisked mix is too firm.
Do not fold the mixture for longer than stated in the
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recommended speed chart as the air will be knocked out and
the mix will be too loose.
Any unmixed ingredients left on the paddle or sides of the bowl
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should be carefully folded in using the spatula.
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mini bowl and knife

Use the mini processor bowl to chop herbs and process small
quantities of ingredients e.g. meat, onion, nuts, mayonnaise,
vegetables, purées, sauces and baby food.
mini blade
mini bowl
to use the mini bowl and knife
1 Fit the bowl onto the power unit, add the detachable drive shaft.
2 Fit the mini bowl over the detachable drive shaft - ensure the cut
out sections align with the locating tabs
Note: The main bowl lid cannot be fitted if the mini bowl is not
located correctly.
3 Place the knife blade over the drive shaft
4 Add the ingredients to be processed.
5 Fit the lid and switch on.
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comes out
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(if supplied)
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on the main bowl.
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safety
Never remove the lid until the knife blade has completely
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stopped.
The knife blade is very sharp - always handle with care.
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important
Do not process spices – they may damage the plastic.
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Do not process hard food such as coffee beans, ice cubes or
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chocolate – they may damage the blade.
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Herbs are best chopped when clean and dry.
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Always add a little liquid when blending cooked ingredients to
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make baby food.
Cut foods such as meat, bread, vegetables into cubes
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approximately 1-2 cm (
When making mayonnaise add the oil down the feed tube.
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grinding mill

Use the grinding mill for processing dry ingredients such as nuts
or coffee beans and for grinding spices such as:-
Black peppercorns, cardamom seeds, cumin seeds, coriander
seeds, fennel seeds, fresh ginger root, garlic cloves and fresh
chillies.
mill jar
grinding mill blade assembly
to use your grinding mill.
1 Place your ingredients into the blade assembly
2 Fit the jar
and turn clockwise to lock
3 Place the mill onto the power unit and turn clockwise to lock
4 Select a speed or use the pulse (P).
safety
Never fit the blade unit to your food processor without the jar
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fitted.
Never unscrew the jar while the mill is fitted to your appliance.
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Do not touch the sharp blades – Keep the blade unit away from
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children.
Never remove the mill until the blades have completely stopped.
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To ensure the long life of your mill, do not run it continuously for
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longer than 60 seconds. Switch off as soon as you have got the
right consistency.
The appliance will not work if the mill is incorrectly fitted.
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Do not process turmeric root in the mill as it is too hard and
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may damage the blades.
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For optimum performance when processing spices we
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recommend that you do not process more than 50g at a time in
the mill.
Whole spices retain their flavour for a much longer time than
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ground spices so it is best to grind a small quantity fresh at a
time to retain the flavour.
To release the maximum flavour and essential oils whole spices
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are best roasted prior to milling.
Cut ginger up into small pieces before processing.
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For best results the mini bowl attachment is recommended when
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chopping herbs.
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in) before processing.
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