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Processing Guide; Care And Cleaning - Kenwood CH590 Instructions Manual

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processing guide

food
Meat
Herbs eg parsley
Nuts, eg almonds,
hazelnuts, walnuts,
pecans
Cheese eg Gruyere
Bread
Biscuit
Hardboiled eggs
Onions or shallots
Garlic
Soft fruit
eg raspberries
Dried fruit eg
apricots, prunes
Root ginger
Soup

care and cleaning

Always switch off and unplug before
cleaning.
Handle the blades with care - they
are extremely sharp.
Some foods may discolour the
plastic. This is perfectly normal and
won't harm the plastic or affect the
flavour of your food. Rub with a cloth
dipped in vegetable oil to remove the
discolouration.
power unit
Wipe with a damp cloth, then dry.
500 ml
200 ml
max qtys max qtys
150g
75g
30g
15g
100g
50g
100g
50g
40g
20g
100g
50g
3
1
150g
75g
150g
75g
130g
65g
110g
55g
75g
30g
0.4 l
preparation
Remove bones, fat and gristle.
Cut into 1-2 cm cubes.
Remove stalks. Herbs are best
chopped when clean and dry.
Remove shells, process until
chopped. (Note: the
consistency of fine ground
almonds will not be
achievable).
Cut into 1-2cm cubes
Remove crusts and cut
into 1-2 cm cubes.
Break into pieces.
low or high
Halve or quarter depending
upon size.
Cut into approximate
2 cm piece.
Break into cloves.
Remove stalks.
Cut into 1-2 cm piece.
Peel and cut into small pieces
approximately 1cm in size.
500ml owl only
Never blend more than 0.4 l soup. For best
results drain the ingredients and place the solids
into the bowl with a small quantity of liquid from
the recipe. Process until the desired consistency
has been reached, then add back to the
remainder of the liquid.
cover/bowls/knife blades
Wash by hand, then dry.
Alternatively they can be washed on
the top rack of your dishwasher.
The parts are unsuitable for use in a
Steam Steriliser. Instead use a
sterilising solution in accordance with
the sterilising solutions
manufacturer's instructions.
storage
The 200ml bowl can be placed on
the top of the 500ml bowl for
storage.
5
maximum
time/speed
5-10 sec/high
10 sec/low or
high
10 sec/high
10 sec/high
10 sec/low
In pulses
5 sec/high
In pulses / low
5-10 sec/low
5-10 sec/low
5-10 sec/high
5-10 sec/high

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