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Food Processor; Knife Blade - Kenwood KHH30 multizone Instruction Manual

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electronic speed sensor control
Your mixer is fitted with an electronic speed sensor
control that is designed to maintain the speed
under different load conditions, such as when
kneading bread dough or when eggs are added to
a cake mix. You may therefore hear some variation
in speed during the operation as the mixer adjusts
to the load and speed selected - this is normal.
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food processor

A
pusher
B
feed tube
C
lid
D

knife blade

E
bowl with drive shaft
F
thick slicing/grating disc
G
thin slicing/grating disc
H
extra fine grating disc
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detachable drive shaft
to use your food processor
1 Remove the outlet cover by turning it anti-
clockwise and lifting off
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2 Fit the bowl
over the outlet with the handle to
the right hand side and turn clockwise until it locks
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into position
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3 Add the knife blade or detachable drive shaft with
the desired attachment.
Note: The detachable drive shaft
should only be fitted when using the discs
and citrus juicer.
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Always fit the bowl and attachment onto the
processor before adding ingredients.
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4 Fit the lid
– ensuring the top of the knife
blade/drive shaft locates into the centre of the lid.
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Do not use the lid to operate the
processor, always use the speed/pulse
control.
5 Plug in, switch on and select a speed (refer to the
recommended speed chart).
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The processor will not operate if the bowl
or lid are not fitted correctly into the
interlocks. Check that the feed tube and
bowl handle are situated to the front.
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Use the pulse
for short bursts. The pulse will
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operate for as long as the control is held in
position.
6 Reverse the above procedure to remove the lid,
attachments and bowl.
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lways switch off and unplug before
removing the lid.
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important
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Your processor is not suitable for crushing or
grinding coffee beans, or converting granulated
sugar to caster sugar.
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When adding almond essence or flavouring to
mixtures, avoid contact with the plastic as this may
result in permanent marking.
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Do not process hot ingredients.
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knife blade
The knife blade is the most versatile of all the
attachments. The length of the processing time will
determine the texture achieved.
For coarser textures use the pulse control.
Use the knife blade for cake and pastry making,
chopping raw and cooked meat, vegetables, nuts,
pâté, dips, pureeing soups and to also make
crumbs from biscuits and bread.
hints
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Cut food such as meat, bread, vegetables into
cubes approximately 2cm/ ¾in before processing.
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Biscuits should be broken into pieces and added
down the feed tube whilst the machine is running.
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When making pastry, use fat straight from the
fridge cut into 2cm/ ¾in cubes.
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Take care not to over-process.
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Do not use the knife blade to mix heavy
loads such as bread dough.
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Do not use the knife blade to chop ice cubes or
other hard foods, such as spices, they may
damage the attachment.
slicing/grating discs
to use the discs
reversible slicing/grating discs – thick
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thin
Use the grating side for cheese, carrots, potatoes
and foods of a similar nature.
Use the slicing side for cheese, carrots, potatoes,
cabbage, cucumber, beetroot and onions.
extra fine grating disc
Grates Parmesan cheese and potatoes for German
potato dumplings.
to use the cutting discs
1 Fit the bowl on the power unit, add the detachable
drive shaft.
2 Hold by the centre grip, place the disc onto the
drive shaft with the appropriate side uppermost.
3 Fit the lid.
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