the Kitchen Wizz ‰ Peel & Dice
Instruction Book - BFP820
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SAFETY FIRST
At Breville we are very safety
conscious. We design and
manufacture consumer
products with the safety of you,
our valued customer, foremost
in mind. In addition we ask
that you exercise a degree of
care when using any electrical
appliance and adhere to the
following precautions.
IMPORTANT
SAFEGUARDS
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS
BEFORE USE AND SAVE
FOR FUTURE REFERENCE
•Remove any packaging
material and promotional
labels before using the food
processor for the first time.
•Do not place the food processor
near the edge of a bench or
table during operation. Ensure
the surface is level, clean and
free of water, flour, etc. Vibration
during operation may cause
the appliance to move.
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•Handle the food processor
and attachments with care remember the blades and discs
are razor-sharp and should be
kept out of reach of children.
•Care shall be taken when
handling the sharp cutting
blades, emptying the bowl and
during cleaning.
•Always make sure the food
processor is completely
assembled before operating.
The appliance will not operate
unless properly assembled.
•Ensure the OFF button has been
pressed, and the food processor
is switched off at the power
outlet and unplugged before
attaching the Quad blade,
dough blade, disc or
processing lid.
•Always secure the processing
bowl onto the motor base
before attaching the Quad
blade, dough blade or discs.
•Always operate the food
processor with the processing
lid securely in position.
•Do not push food into the feed
chute with your fingers or
other utensils. Always use
the food pusher provided.
•Keep hands, knives and other
utensils away from moving
Quad blade, dough blade
or discs.
•Do not place hands or fingers in
the bowl of the food processor
unless the motor, Quad blade,
dough blade or discs have come
to a complete stop.
•Ensure the OFF button has
been pressed to switch the
motor off and the appliance
is switched off at the power
outlet and unplugged before
removing the lid from the bowl.
•Do not use attachments other
than those provided with the
food processor.
•Do not attempt to operate the
food processor by any method
other than those described in
this booklet.
•Ensure the motor, blades or
discs have completely stopped
before disassembling. Ensure
the OFF button has been
pressed and the appliance is
switched off at the power outlet
and unplugged when not in
use, if left unattended and
before disassembling,
cleaning or storing.
•Care should be taken when
removing the food from the
processing bowl by ensuring
the motor, Quad blade, dough
blade or disc, have completely
stopped before disassembling.
Ensure the OFF button has been
pressed to switch the motor off;
the appliance is switched
off at the power outlet and
unplugged, before removing
the lid from the bowl. The
processing bowl should then
be unlocked from the motor
body and the Quad blade,
dough blade or discs carefully
removed before attempting to
remove the processed food.
•Please do not crush ICE in the
large or small processing bowls.
This will cause damage to the
blades (Quad or mini blade).
We recommend that you use
a blender for ice crushing.
•Some stiff mixtures, such
as dough may cause the
processing blade to rotate
more slowly than normal.
If this happens, do not process
for longer than 30 seconds.
•Do not process hot or boiling
liquids - allow liquids to cool
before placing into the
processing bowl. Hot liquid
can be ejected to cause injury
due to sudden steaming.
•Do not use the food processor
on slippery, unstable or
uneven surfaces such as a sink
drain board.
•To protect against electric
shock do not immerse power
cord, plug or motor base in
water or any other liquid.
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•Do not move the food
processor whilst in operation.
•Do not leave the food processor
unattended when in use.
•Do not place any part of the
food processor in the microwave
oven.
•Do not fill bowl above marked
liquid levels or 15 cup dry level
(shredding). Always add drier
or thicker ingredients to the
processing bowl prior to
adding fluids.
•Never remove the lid while
the processor is operating.
Always use the POWER/OFF
button to stop the machine
before removing the lid.
•Keep the appliance clean.
Follow the cleaning instructions
provided in this book.
IMPORTANT
SAFEGUARDS
FOR ALL
ELECTRICAL
APPLIANCES
•Unwind the power cord fully
before use.
•Do not let the power cord
hang over the edge of a table,
counter, touch hot surfaces or
become knotted.
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•This appliance shall not be used
by children. Keep the appliance
and its cord out of reach of
children. 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.
•Children should be supervised
to ensure they do not play
with the appliance.
•It is recommended to regularly
inspect the appliance. Do not
use the appliance if power
supply cord, plug or appliance
becomes damaged in any way.
Return the entire appliance
to the nearest authorised
Breville Service Centre for
examination and/or repair.
•Any maintenance other
than cleaning should be
performed at an authorised
Breville Service Centre.
•This appliance is for household
use only. Do not use this
appliance for anything other
than its intended use. Do not
use in moving vehicles or
boats. Do not use outdoors.
Misuse may cause injury.
•Cleaning and user maintenance •Authorised Breville Service
shall not be made by children
Centres can be found on our
without supervision.
website www.Breville.com.au
Alternatively, you can contact
•Always disconnect the
the Breville Customer Care
appliance from the supply
Centre by phone on
if it is left unattended
1300 273 845 or email
and before assembling,
AskUs@breville.com.au
disassembling or cleaning.
•When mixing yeast dough,
WARNING
the operating time of the food
•To avoid possible malfunction
processor should not longer than of the processing bowl’s
30 seconds. Allow the appliance
auto switch, do not place the
to cool down before next use.
processing lid in the locked
•In order to avoid a hazard due
position when the appliance is
to inadvertent resetting of the
not in use.
thermal cut-out, this appliance
•The processing blades and
must not be supplied through
discs are extremely sharp,
an external switching device,
handle with care at all times.
such as a timer, or connected
Avoid contact with moving
to a circuit that is regularly
parts during operation. Keep
switched on and off by the utility. hands, hair, clothing, spatulas
•The installation of a residual
and other utensils out of
current device (safety switch)
food processor feed chute
is recommended to provide
to prevent personal injury or
additional safety protection
damage to the mixer. Always
when using electrical appliances. use the food pusher to push
It is advisable that a safety
the food down the feed chute.
switch with a rated residual
operating current not exceeding
30mA be installed in the
electrical circuit supplying the
appliance. See your electrician
for professional advice.
FOR HOUSEHOLD USE ONLY
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
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Components
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
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A. Small food pusher
For improved processing control of
smaller ingredients. It also doubles as
a measuring cup for adding/measuring
ingredients. The food processor will run
continually whether the small pusher is in
or out.
B. Medium pusher
The food processor will run continually
whether the medium pusher is in or out.
C. Large food pusher
For pushing food down the feed chute.
The food processor will not start unless
the large pusher is correctly in place.
D. Extra wide 14cm chute
For larger ingredients.
E. Feed chute safety system
Prevents the motor from operating unless
the bowl and lid are correctly locked in
position, and large feed pusher is inserted.
F. Processing lid
Locks onto the processing bowl.
G. Silicone seal
Reduces the chance of leakage while
processing large volumes of liquid
ingredients.
H. Mini bowl
For better control when processing
small quantities.
I. Processing bowl with handle
15 cup bowl for dry ingredients and
10 cups for diced and liquid (thick, wet
ingredients e.g. soups). The processing
bowl locks onto the motor base.
J. LCD display
Displays the timing function.
K. Count up & count down timer
Used to set desired time required for
processing. Can count up or down,
stopping the processor once the time is
reached in count down mode.
L. POWER|OFF button
M. START|PAUSE button
Pauses the Timer.
Q
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S
T
U
V
W
X
N. PULSE button
Press down and hold briefly for
short bursts of power. The motor will
automatically stop after the PULSE button
has been released.
O. Direct drive motor base
2000W induction motor with safety
braking system.
P. Non-skid rubber feet
For added safety and stability.
Q. Dough blade
Blunt blade designed for a softer action of
combining dough ingredients.
R. Mini processing blade
Use this blade for small quantities with
the mini bowl for chopping, mixing and
blending a variety of ingredients.
S. Quad® processing blade
Swift action for chopping, mixing, and
blending a variety of ingredients.
T. Quad® blade safety cover
U. Whisk/emulsifying disc
Use this attachment for whisking of eggs
and cream.
V. Adjustable slicer
Use this disc for slicing ingredients.
Able to slice from 0.3–8.0mm thick.
W. French fries cutter
Use this disc for cutting vegetables to
make french fries.
X. Julienne disc
Use this disc for julienning vegetables.
Y. Reversible shredder
Use one side for small/thin shredding and
the other side for coarse shredding.
Z. Disc spindle
Use with the reversible shredder, julienne,
chip cutting, whisk, potato peeler and
adjustable slicing discs in position.
Y
Z
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AB
AC
AD
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AF
AI
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AG
AH
AA.Peeler disc
Peels potatoes and other round,
firm produces.
AB. Dicing disc
For dicing 12mm cubes.
AC. Dicing grid
For dicing 12mm cubes.
AD. Dicing Distributor
Only use for Dicing bigger quantities
(more than 5 cups). Distributes diced food
evenly in bowl
AE. Cleaning cap
To clean the 12 mm dicing grid.
Attaches to the large food pusher.
AF. Geared spindle
Use with the dicing kit.
AG.Plastic spatula
For scraping the sides of the bowl helping
to process ingredients evenly.
AH.Cleaning brush
For cleaning the processor bowl, blades,
discs, dicer grid and cleaning cap.
AI. Storage box
For storing all accessories.
Assembly
BEFORE FIRST USE
• Before using your food processor for the
first time, remove any packaging material
and promotional labels. Ensure the POWER
button is OFF and the food processor is
unplugged.
• Be careful when handling the blades and
discs as they are extremely sharp.
• Wash the processing bowl, processing lid
and all attachments in warm soapy water
with a soft cloth. Rinse and dry thoroughly.
All attachments except the geared spindle
and large food pusher may be washed in the
dishwasher.
• When first using your food processor, you
may notice an odour coming from the motor.
This is normal and will dissipate with use.
• Always use the food processor on a dry,
level work surface.
ASSEMBLY
Motor Base and Bowl
1. Position the processing bowl onto the motor
base with the handle in line with the ALIGN
HANDLE graphic on the motor base.
2. Turn the bowl clockwise until the handle
locks to the front. The processing bowl
should now be securely locked into position.
The food processor will not operate unless
the bowl is locked into position correctly.
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Spindles and Discs
1. Before placing the lid onto the processing
bowl, choose your spindle and position
it over the coupling in the center of the
processing bowl. Then position your chosen
attachment over the spindle. Please note
that the Quad Blade and Dough Blade do
not require a spindle for processing.
2. The disc spindle is required when using
the following discs: adjustable slicer,
reversible shredder, julienne, french fries
cutter and the peeler. Do not use the geared
spindle for those attachments. Failing to use
the disc spindle will damage the parts, and
incorrect use this way may cause the parts
to fuse together.
3. The geared spindle is required when
using the dicing kit. To dice vegetables
or fruit insert the geared spindle into
the bowl first, followed by the dicing
grid, ensuring to align with the 4 tabs
in the bowl, then insert the dicing disc.
Make sure you follow the right order.
If you intend to dice larger quantities
(more than 5 cups) please insert the dicing
distributor after placing your geared spindle
into the bowl. The dicing distributor will
help to distribute diced food evenly across
the bowl. Do not use your dicing kit with the
disc spindle. Always use the geared spindle.
Dicing blade
Julienne disc
Dicing grid
French fries cutter
Slicing disc
Dicing distributor
Geared spindle
Shredding disc
Peeler
WARNING
Do not touch the blades
of the Dicing Grid.
They are extremely sharp.
Disc spindle
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Mini Processing Bowl
Lid
Place lid onto the processing bowl so that
the ALIGN | LOCK graphics on the lid and
handle align. To LOCK the lid, hold the
chute and turn clockwise so that the handle
parts align. Locking the lid correctly will
engage the interlocking safety catch on the
handle, and allow the motor to run.
The mini processing bowl fits inside the
main bowl.
The mini processing blade gives you
maximum control for small quantities.
Do not use any spindle, or the processing
discs. Use only the mini processing blade
in the mini bowl. Please note that the mini
blade cannot be used in the main processing
bowl.
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Functions
OPERATION
Getting started
The food processor will only operate when
the processing bowl, lid and large pusher are
correctly assembled. This engages the safety
interlock, and allows the motor to run.
The chute has a CHUTE FILL MAX graphic
to indicate the maximum volume of food
that can be placed in the chute for the
pusher to activate the safety locking catch.
Control buttons
The POWER button illuminates red when
the machine is connected to power and is
ready to run.
The START button allows the motor to run
continuously until pressed again. If the lid,
bowl or large pusher are removed while the
motor is running, the button will flash. The
motor will resume running when the bowl,
lid and large pusher are assembled and the
safety interlock is engaged, the button light
will be solid (no longer flashing).
The momentary PULSE button is ideal for
processing foods that need sudden bursts
of power. It also encourages ingredients to
move around the bowl. PULSE is also best
when processing foods that only require
processing for a short period of time.
Use a combination of the START and
PULSE buttons for control when
processing food.
Timer
If the timer isn’t set, the food processor
timer counts up in seconds. When using
the timer this way, the processor will stop
after 10 minutes (9:59), or you can cancel
it manually.
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The alternative to running in count-up mode
is to use the arrow buttons to set the timer
before starting.
The count-down timer can be used for any
recipe that specifies the length of time
ingredients should be processed.
To set the count-down timer, press the up
or down arrows until the desired processing
time is displayed on the LCD screen.
When the timer has finished counting down
the food processor will automatically stop.
After Processing
After processing, wait until the blades/discs
have stopped moving before unlocking the
lid. To ensure safe handling, turn off at the
POWER button and unplug at the power
outlet before handling the blades.
When removing blades/discs, lift the part
by carefully gripping the plastic hub in
the centre.
Overload Protection System
The food processor has an overload
protection system to prevent damage to
the motor.
If activated, the food processor will go into
STANDBY mode, and the 'OVERLOAD' icon
on the LCD will flash.
Unplug and allow to cool for 30 minutes.
Once cooled, you will be able to use the food
processor as usual again.
Note that some stiff mixtures (such as bread
dough) may cause the blade to rotate more
slowly than normal. If this happens, do not
process for more than 30 seconds.
If the blades or discs jam with food while
processing, immediately stop the machine,
then unplug from the power outlet before
clearing the wedged food. If this happens
more than once, the bowl may be overloaded.
Try processing in smaller batches.
DICING WITH THE DICING KIT
The dicing kit dices raw and cooked food
into cubes of the size of 12 x 12mm.
Even cut vegetables can lead to even
cooking and more consistent food results.
Always remember to place the geared
spindle, dicing grid and dicing disc into the
food processor before adding the food.
If you intend to dice larger quantities
(more than 5 cups) please insert the dicing
distributor after placing your geared spindle
into the bowl. The dicing distributor will
help to distribute diced food evenly across
the bowl.
Do not dice more than 10 cups (2.4l) in your
food processor at a time. Exceeding this
capacity could lead to the product jamming
in the disc. It will also make the cleaning
process of the dicing grid challenging.
Clean dicing grid each time after dicing
10 cups.
Place your dicing kit into the Food Processor
in the following order:
Small
Feed Chute
Medium
Feed Chute
Large Feed
Chute
Lid
Dicing
Disc
Dicing
Grid
Dicing
Distributor
Geared
Spindle
Processing
Bowl
Motor
Base
Do not use your dicing kit with the disc
spindle. Always use the geared spindle.
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Vegetables and fruits
The dicing kit can process raw and cooked
vegetables and also fruits. To improve
dicing results for harder vegetables like
carrots and pumpkin, par-cooking is
recommended. Only par-cook vegetables
that need to be cooked afterwards.
For best results when dicing with raw, hard
vegetables feed carrots length-ways through
the small feed chute, and feed pumpkin
through the medium feed chute. Feeding
this produce through the large feed chute
may lead to jamming of the disc.
DO NOT DICE SWEET POTATO
(Yam/Kumara).
Due to its dry, fibrous texture dicing sweet
potato is not recommended with the
Dicing Kit. Sweet Potato places high load
on the Dicing Kit which causes high friction
and potential damage to the Bowl Lid.
When dicing tomato, select firmer fruit for
optimal results.
Use the START/PAUSE button for control
when dicing food.
To get remaining food out of the grid use
the dicer cleaning cap.
Straight after dicing, remove the dicing disc
from the bowl while leaving the dicing grid
inside the bowl.
Attach the cleaning cap to the bottom of the
large food pusher, align the markings on
the cleaning cap with the markings on the
dicing grid and push down to clear out the
food in the grid.
Repeat four times going around the grid
until the entire grid is cleared.
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PEELING WITH THE PEELER
Potato peeling made easy
Take the hard work out of peeling potatoes.
The Breville peeler will peel potatoes in
batches of 6–7, depending on the size.
Peeling is very fast, and may finish quicker
than expected. Keep your eye on progress,
and it should be done in 25–30 seconds.
Size matters
The best size potatoes to use are around
70mm x 70mm, which is about the size of
this illustration. Choose potatoes that are
round, rather than elongated.
Use whole potatoes, as cutting potatoes
into half or quarters creates square edges
that won't peel efficiently. Using rounder
potatoes will reduce the amount of waste.
Loading the potatoes
Position 6–7 potatoes evenly on top of the
peeler. Potatoes should have enough room
to freely roll and rumble. If potatoes are
too tightly packed, the peeling won't be as
effective. Keep in mind that the peeling
works best with a complete batch, and
peeling just a couple of potatoes won't be
as efficient. Lock lid in place before starting,
and never insert potatoes through the chute.
How long to peel
Peeling is very quick, with most potatoes
taking 25–30 seconds. Less time in the
peeler means less waste, but you may have
to remove the eyes by hand with a paring
knife. More time in the peeler will take a
thicker layer off, including most of the eyes.
TIPS
Set the Timer to 25 seconds and review the
results when the product stops. Add extra
time if required for optimum results.
If necessary, turn the POWER off and use a
spatula to scrape down the sides of the bowl to
encourage even processing.
Raw vegetables, fruit and cooked meats
Trim and cut food into 2.5cm cubes.
Process no more than 7 cups at a time using
the PULSE button at 1–2 second intervals
until chopped to desired size or consistency.
The best size potato
for the peeling disc is
around 70mm x 70mm.
Choose potatoes that are
round, rather than elongated.
Raw meat, chicken and fish
Trim excess fat and sinew, and cut food into
2.5cm cubes. Ensure all bones are removed.
Chill well in freezer until firm as this will help
to cut through the food more easily. Process
no more than 4 cups (600g) of raw meat at
a time. At this capacity the motor should run
for no more than 30 seconds at a time. Use a
combination of the START and the PULSE
button until chopped or minced to the desired
consistency.
Garlic, chilli and ginger
Peeling other produces
The peeler disc can peel potatoes very well
but it can also be used to peel other firm,
round produces. You get great results with
little wastage when peeling beetroot.
It can also peel carrots and sweet potatoes.
Depending on the size, we recommend
cutting carrots and sweet potatoes in 2-3
pieces before placing them into the bowl.
CHOPPING WITH THE QUAD® BLADE
The micro-serrated Quad blade chops raw
and cooked food to the consistency required,
from coarsely chopped to minced. The blades
process very efficiently, and may take less time
than expected to process many large tasks.
Always remember to place the spindle and
Quad blade into the processing bowl before
adding the food.
Avoid over-processing by checking the
consistency frequently. For many tasks, we
recommend using the PULSE button, as it may
only take a few seconds to fully process food to
your desired consistency.
Peel garlic cloves and process them whole.
Leave chillies whole, or remove seeds for
milder chilli. Peel and cut ginger into
2.5cm cubes.
For other solid herbs like lemongrass or
galangal, peel and cut into cubes or pieces
between 1 and 2cm in size.
Size should be made smaller for harder or
more dense herbs.
Process using the PULSE button at
1–2 second intervals until chopped to the
desired consistency.
If adding garlic, chilli or ginger to other
ingredients, drop whole pieces down the
small feed chute while the motor is running.
Leafy herbs
Wash and dry herbs thoroughly. Remove
any coarse stems. Process no more than
3 bunches of herbs (approx. 5½ cups) at a
time using the PULSE button at 1–2 second
intervals until chopped to the desired
consistency.
Use leafy herbs immediately for the most
aromatic results in your recipe.
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Nuts
Dried fruit
Process no more than 5 cups of shelled nuts
at a time using the PULSE button at
1–2 second intervals until chopped to the
desired consistency.
For dates and other larger dried fruits,
remove pits and cut into quarters before
processing. Process no more than 1 cup at
a time.
Dried fruit can be sticky, and may stick
to the blades during processing.
We recommend putting dried fruit in
the freezer for about 10 minutes before
processing. Process no more than 2 cups
(1 cup for large fruits) at a time using the
PULSE button at 1–2 second intervals until
chopped to the desired consistency.
If chopping fruit to add to cake mixture,
process the fruit before making the cake
mix. Add a little flour (from the quantity
of flour in the recipe) to prevent fruit from
sticking to the Quad blade.
Nut butters
Process no more than 5 cups of shelled
roasted nuts at a time using the START
button until chopped to the desired
consistency.
The volume of nuts reduces after processing,
for example 2 cups of nuts will make around
1 cup of nut butter.
Natural nut butter (without using
stabilisers) will separate on standing, and
needs to be stirred before use.
For a smoother nut butter, add a little
vegetable oil. This can improve the texture
of nuts with a lower oil content, like roasted
almonds.
MICRO-SERRATED
UNIVERSAL S BLADE™
Soft breadcrumbs
Break stale bread into chunks (fresh bread
will stick to blades). Process no more than
6–8 slices at a time with the processing
bowl, using the PULSE button at
1–2 second intervals until crumbed to
desired consistency.
Dried breadcrumbs
Tear bread into chunks and toast in oven
until golden and crisp. Do not over brown.
Process no more than 6–8 slices at a time
with the processing bowl, using the PULSE
button at 1–2 second intervals.
Biscuit crumbs
Break biscuits into quarters, and weigh
a maximum of 500g (2 standard packets).
Process using the PULSE button at
1–2 second intervals until chopped to the
desired consistency. Sweet or savoury
biscuit crumbs can be used as an alternative
to pastry for sweet or savoury pies.
Do not process very hard biscuits (for
example gingernut biscuits) as this may
damage the blades.
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If you prefer to chop dried fruits without
placing them into the freezer before
processing, you can purchase the MicroSerrated Universal S-Blade. It is available
as an additional accessory for purchase
and can handle dried fruits really well.
Accessories can be ordered through
Breville's Customer Service Center.
For more information about the MicroSerrated Universal S-Blade, please visit
Breville's Website.
PURÉEING WITH THE QUAD® BLADE
The micro-serrated Quad blade purees raw
and cooked food to the consistency required,
including baby food. The blades process very
efficiently, and cut the time needed to puree
many tasks.
Always remember to place the Quad blade into
the processing bowl before adding the food.
Carefully remove the Quad blade after
pureeing food and use a spatula to scrape food
adhering to the blade and bowl.
Baby food
Trim and cut vegetables and meat into
2.5cm cubes. Cook vegetables and meat
before processing. Process no more than
7½ cups at a time using the START | PAUSE
button in intervals until the food is pureed
to a smooth and even consistency.
Stock, milk or gravy can be added through
the small feed chute if the mixture becomes
too thick.
Excess baby food can be frozen in ice-cube
trays, and packed in single serve freezer
bags ready for use.
MIXING WITH THE QUAD® BLADE
The Quad blade mixes ingredients for cakes,
batters, and cookie doughs.
The Quad blade can also emulsify egg-based
sauces such as mayonnaise.
Always remember to place the spindle and
Quad blade into the processing bowl before
adding the food.
Butter cake and biscuit dough
Place firm, chopped butter and sugar into
the processing bowl. Process using the
START | PAUSE button for one minute.
With the motor running, add eggs one at a
time through the small feed chute, mixing
well after each egg is added. Take lid off
and add liquid and dry ingredients to the
mixture. Process using the PULSE button
until folded evenly.
Scrape down sides of bowl as needed.
Do not over-process.
Add choc chips, nuts, dried fruit, etc
after the main mixture is done. Use the
PULSE button in very short bursts until
the additions are combined. Do not overprocess, as these larger ingredients will
break down quickly.
Quick-mix cakes and batters
Place all ingredients in the bowl, starting
with liquids, and being careful not to
exceed the MAX LIQUID level. Process
using the PULSE button until folded evenly.
Scrape down sides of bowl as needed.
Do not over-process.
This method can also be used for melt ’n’
mix cakes, packet cake mixes and crepe
batters.
Pastry dough
Place flour and chilled, cubed butter into the
processing bowl.
Do not process more than 3L cups (500g)
of flour using the START | PAUSE button in
intervals until the butter is absorbed into
the flour.
Steadily add liquid through the small feed
chute with the motor still running.
Process until the mixture forms a ball.
KNEADING WITH THE
DOUGH BLADE
Always remember to place the dough blade
into the processing bowl before adding the
food. The edges of the plastic dough blade
create a softer action for combining dough
ingredients.
The dough blade encourages the gluten
strands to be stretched rather than cut, and
should be used for all yeast doughs, and any
other doughs that require kneading.
Bread or pizza dough
Place flour and dry ingredients into the
processing bowl, including instant active
dry yeast.
Do not process more than 3 cups (500g)
of flour or using the START | PAUSE button
in intervals.
Steadily add liquid (including oil, if
applicable) through the small feed chute
with the motor still running. Process until
the mixture until it forms a soft, elastic
dough ball.
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Transfer dough ball to a lightly floured
surface and knead for a further 5 minutes if
necessary until soft and pliable.
If processing more than two batches of
dough (500g each), allow the motor base to
cool for an extended period (approx.30 min)
before subsequent kneading to prevent the
motor from overloading.
SLICING, GRATING AND SHREDDING
IMPORTANT
The spindle must be used with both
the adjustable slicer and the reversible
shredder/grater.
Adjustable slicer
The adjustable slicer will slice food to an
even and consistent thickness. It can be
adjusted to 24 settings, from very fine
(0.3mm) to thick (8.0mm). To adjust the
slicing thickness, hold the adjustable slicing
disc by the outer edge with one hand,
keeping hand away from blade, and turn the
adjustment dial on the underside with the
other hand. An arrow graphic indicates the
thickness of the slice you
have chosen.
CONTROLLING THE INGREDIENTS
For optimal results, position food in the
chute and use the pusher to apply light
downward force prior to starting the food
processor.
Always use the small or medium size feed
chute for processing hard produces like
pumpkin and sweet potato. Feeding hard
produces through the large feed chute could
cause damage to the discs.
Smaller ingredients
For long thin foods such as carrots,
cucumbers, zucchini, etc., use the small
or medium feed chute. This will avoid the
ingredient from tipping over during slicing.
Larger ingredients
The wide feed chute is 14cm wide, and can
fit ingredients up to this size. The chute
can be packed to fill the width of the chute.
The food should fit snugly so it is supported
in an upright position in the chute, but not
so tight that it could prevent the food from
moving down the chute.
Take care not to overfill the chute, as the
pusher will not activate the interlock safety
catch if the chute is too full. Do not fill over
the MAX CHUTE FILL graphic.
Pressure
Reversible grater and shredder
This disc has an array of small blades on
both sides of the disc. Align the disc so
larger holes face up for courser textured
results, or with the smaller holes facing
up for finer results. The discs are labelled
showing which side faces up.
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When processing, never force the food down
the chute as this can damage the discs.
Apply light, even pressure for soft foods
such as tomatoes and bananas.
Apply medium, even pressure for firmer
foods such as potatoes, cheese, deli meats
and apples.
Round fruit and vegetables
Prepare fruit or vegetables by washing and
peeling (if necessary).
Small fruit and vegetables should be
trimmed on one end so the food sits flat
inside the feed chute.
Large fruit and vegetables may need to be
cut in half to fit in the chute.
Long fruit and vegetables
Deli meats
Prepare fruit or vegetables by washing and
peeling (if necessary).
Ingredients can be cut cross-sectionally to
create circular results. Use the small and
medium feed chute, or pack ingredients
vertically in the large feed chute.
Ingredients can be cut lengthwise to create
ribbons. Use the large feed chute, and trim
ingredients if necessary to encourage them
to sit flat in the feed chute when the disc
starts. Pack the large feed chute horizontally.
Cut in lengths to fit the height of the feed
chute. The length must not be higher than
MAX CHUTE FILL graphic. Pack with the
cut side facing down.
For hard cured sausages like salami and
pepperoni trim on one end and process
one sausage at a time through the small or
medium feed chute, depending on size.
Leafy vegetables
Cut cabbage into wedges to fit the feed chute.
For lettuce, separate leaves, then roll up and
pack vertically in the feed chute.
Cheese
Caution should be taken when processing
cheese in a food processor. For soft cheese
such as mozzarella, partially freeze it
until firm. This will help prevent jamming the
disc.
Round cheeses such as mozzarella should be
trimmed at one end to encourage them to sit
flat in the feed chute with the disc starts.
Hard cheeses such as parmesan must be
checked first to ensure they are not too
hard (to avoid damaging blade edges).
The cheese should slice easily with a sharp
knife and remove the rind before processing.
Wedged shaped cheeses such as parmesan
can be packed side by side to form
a rectangular shape in the chute.
Chocolate
Break a block of chocolate into small pieces,
and chill until firm. Pack into the small or
medium feed chute, and then shred.
MINI BOWL AND BLADE
The mini processing bowl is used inside the
main processing bowl. It is for better control
when processing small quantities of food, or
herbs. It can be used for chopping, mixing
and blending a variety of ingredients.
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Food Processing Guide
For more information about preparation of food and how to process, refer to basic
processing techniques. For specific recipes, refer to the recipe section.
FOOD TYPE
RECOMMENDED TOOL
DISH TYPE SUGGESTIONS
Avocado
Dicing kit
Chunky guacamole
Quad blade or mini processing blade
Guacamole
Slicing disc 2-5 mm
Salad
Dicing kit
Fruit salad
Quad blade or mini processing blade
Apple sauce
Slicing disc 2–5mm
Slaw
Apple/Pear
Grating disc
Apple/Pear (cooked)
Quad blade or mini processing blade
Baby food
Batters
Quad blade
Cakes, pancake, waffle batter
Beetroot
Dicing kit
Relish
Slicing disc 2-5 mm
Salad
Shredding disc
Salad
Quad blade
Puree
Peeler
Breadcrumbs
Quad blade
Coatings, breadcrumb stuffing
Butternut Pumpkin
(Peeled)
Quad blade
Butternut pumpkin soup
Dicing kit (through medium feed chute,
or large feed chute if par-cooked)
Slicing Disc (through medium feed chute,
or large feed chute if par-cooked)
Cabbage/Lettuce
Carrot
Slicing disc 1–3mm
Salad
Shredding disc
Salad
Dicing kit (through medium feed chute,
or large feed chute if par-cooked)
Minestrone
Quad blade or mini processing blade
Vegetable soup
Slicing disc
Shredding disc
Peeler
Meat pie
Salad
Carrot cake
Cauliflower
Quad blade or mini processing blade
Cauliflower soup
Celery
Quad blade or mini processing blade
Vegetable soup
Slicing disc 1–3mm
Salad
Dicing kit
Soup
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FOOD TYPE
RECOMMENDED TOOL
DISH TYPE SUGGESTIONS
Cheese
Shredding disc
Garnish, sandwich filling
Grated cheese for pizza
Chocolate
Quad blade
Chocolate ganache
Shredding disc
Dessert decoration
Cream
Whisk
Whole egg foams
Doughs
Dough blade
Bread, pizza
Herbs
Quad blade or mini processing blade
Seasoning, pesto
Leeks
Quad blade or mini processing blade
Soup
Slicing disc 2–5mm
Soup
Meat (raw)
Quad blade (use pulse function)
Meatloaf, burgers, meatballs
Meat (cooked)
Quad blade (use pulse function)
Sandwich fillings, pate, baby food)
Meat (deli)
Slicing disc 1–6mm
Sandwiches, antipasto, pizza toppings
Onion
Dicing kit
Salsa, soups
Quad blade or mini processing blade
Soups, sauces
Slicing disc 0–5mm
Salad
Shredding disc
Pastry
Quad blade
Pie
Potatoes
Dicing kit
Potato salad
Peeler
Pomme puree, potato salad, french fries
Shredding disc
Hash browns
French fries cutter
French fries
Slicing disc
Potatoes (cooked)
Quad blade or mini processing blade
Mash potato
Sweet Potato
Slicing disc
Sweet potato fries
Shredding disc
Peeler
Tomatoes
Zucchini
Dicing kit
Chunky salsa
Quad blade or mini processing blade
Salsa
Slicing disc 2–5 mm
Carprese salad, sandwich filling
Dicing
Minestrone, quesadillas
Julienne Cutter
Zucchini fries
Slicing disc
Grilled zucchini
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Care & Cleaning
Remove the power cord from the power
outlet after use for safety reasons.
Processing bowl and lid
Due to the interlock components, we do not
recommend immersing the bowl in water for
long periods.
To keep your bowl and lid clean, and to
avoid food drying on, follow these steps as
soon as possible after use:
• Rinse most of the ingredients off the bowl
and lid.
• Hand wash in clean warm, soapy water using
a mild liquid detergent and non-abrasive
sponge.
• The processing bowl and lid may
occasionally be washed in the dishwasher
(top shelf only), however washing in the
dishwasher is not recommended on a
regular basis, as prolonged exposure to
harsh detergents, hot water and pressure will
damage and shorten the life of the plastic and
the interlock components.
Geared spindle and Food Pushers
• The large food pusher and geared spindle
should only be hand-washed. Do not place
them into the dishwasher. Washing the
geared spindle in the dishwasher will damage
the spindle.
WARNING
Do not touch the blades
of the Dicing Grid.
They are extremely sharp.
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Blades and discs
• Blades and discs are razor sharp, do not
touch. Always use a spatula or brush to
remove food or when cleaning blades.
• Disc spindle, blades and discs can be washed
in the dishwasher.
Dicer
Use the dicer cleaning cap to clear out
excess food built up in the dicing grid after
EACH USE or each 10 cups.
• Straight after dicing, remove the dicing disc
from the bowl while leaving the dicing grid
inside the bowl.
• Attach the cleaning cap to the bottom of the
large pusher.
• Align the markings on the cleaning cap with
the markings on the dicing grid, push down
to clear out the food in the grid.
• Repeat four times going around the grid until
the entire grid is cleared.
Motor base
To clean the motor base, wipe with a soft,
damp cloth then dry thoroughly. Wipe any
excess food particles from the power cord.
Cleaning agents
Do not use abrasive scouring pads or
cleansers on either the motor base or the jug,
as they may scratch the surface. Use only
warm soap water with a soft cloth.
Stubborn food stains and odours
Strong smelling foods such as garlic, fish and
some vegetables such as carrots may leave an
odour or stain the bowl or lid.
To remove, pour warm soapy water and fill to
the MAX LIQUID mark. Set aside to soak for
5 minutes, without immersing the whole bowl.
Then wash with a mild detergent and warm
water, rise well and dry thoroughly. Store the
bowl with the lid off.
Storage
Place the large food pusher (with medium
and small pushers inserted) into the feed
chute for storage.
Store your food processor upright, with the
bowl and lid resting in position, but not
locked. Locking the bowl and lid can put
unnecessary strain on the safety interlock.
All accessories should be kept in the storage
container and out of the reach of children to
avoid accidental cuts. It is not recommended
to store the discs in a drawer with other
utensils.
Do not place anything else on top of your
food processor during storage.
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Troubleshooting
PROBLEM
Food is unevenly
processed
Slices are slanted
or uneven
Food falls over in
the feed chute
French fries cutter
Some food remains
on top of the disc
after processing
Motor slows
down when
kneading dough
EASY SOLUTION
• Ingredients should be cut evenly into 2.5cm pieces before processing.
• Ingredients should be processed in batches to avoid overloading.
• Place evenly cut food into the feed chute.
• Apply even pressure on the pusher.
• The large feed chute must be packed full for best results.
If processing smaller quantities, place items to the far left in the feed chute,
or use a smaller feed chute, depending on the food size.
• Always clear any blocked potato before processing more potatoes.
• It is normal for small pieces to remain after processing.
• Amount of dough may exceed maximum capacity.
Remove half and process in two batches.
• Dough may be too dry. If motor speeds up, continue processing. If not, add more
water, 1 tablespoon at a time until the motor speeds up. Process until dough
cleans the side of the processing bowl.
Dough doesn’t
clean inside of the
processing bowl
Dough nub forms on
top of dough blade and
dough does not become
uniformly kneaded
Dough feels tough
after kneading
• Amount of dough may exceed food processor maximum capacity.
Remove half and process in two batches.
• Dough may be too dry.
• Stop machine, carefully remove dough, divide it into 3 pieces and redistribute
them evenly in the processing bowl.
• Divide dough into 2 or 3 pieces and redistribute evenly in processing bowl.
Process 10 seconds or until uniformly soft and pliable. Allowing dough to rest
allows the gluten strands to relax and become more pliable.
Dough is too dry
• While machine is running, add water through the small feed chute,
Dough is too wet
• While machine is running, add flour through the small feed chute,
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1 tablespoon at a time until dough cleans the inside of the processing bowl.
1 tablespoon at a time until dough cleans the inside of the processing bowl.
PROBLEM
The motor does
not start
EASY SOLUTION
• There is a safety interlock switch to prevent the motor from starting if it is not
properly assembled. Make sure the processing bowl and lid are securely locked
into position.
• If you are slicing or shredding and the above solution does not work, make sure
that the food contents in the feed chute are cut below the maximum fill line so
that the activation rod can engage the motor.
The food processor
shuts off during
operation
The motor
slowed down
during operation
• Make sure the large food pusher is inserted in the feed chute low enough to
engage safety interlock switch.
• If the motor still will not start, check the power cord and power outlet.
• The lid may have become unlocked; check to make sure it is securely in position.
• If the motor overloads, the 'OVERLOAD' icon in the LCD will start to flash.
Switch off by pressing the POWER | OFF button and unplug the power cord.
Allow the food processor to cool for 20–30 minutes before resuming.
• This is normal as some heavier loads (e.g. slicing/shredding cheese) may
require the motor to work harder. Reposition the food in the feed chute and
continue processing.
• The maximum load capacity may have been exceeded. Remove some of the
ingredients and continue processing.
The food processor
vibrates/moves
during processing
INSERT PUSHER
flashing
• Make sure the rubber feet at the bottom of the unit are clean and dry.
Also make sure that the maximum load capacity is not being exceeded.
• This is normal as some heavier loads may require the motor to work harder.
• Make sure that food does not exceed the max line in the food chute.
• If pusher is fully inserted and this warning flashes on the screen, check that the
bowl and lid are assembled correctly. Bowl handle should be facing the front of
the unit.
The food processor
stalls when dicing
• Stop the machine, very carefully remove the dicing disc. Using the cleaning cap,
clear out the food built up in the dicing grid and dicing disc.
• Some foods are too hard for the dicer to process, and cause the motor to stop.
Some foods need to be par-cooked, check the food processing guide.
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Basic Recipes
Mayonnaise
Prep 5 minutes
Prep 1 minute
Makes 1½ cups
Makes 3 cups
3 egg yolks
3 teaspoons Dijon mustard
2 tablespoons lemon juice or white wine vinegar
1 cup (375ml) grapeseed or light olive oil
Salt, to taste
1. Assemble food processer with mini processing
bowl and mini processing blade.
2. Place yolks, mustard and lemon juice,
or vinegar, into mini bowl and secure lid.
Process for 20 seconds or until combined.
3. While food processor is running, remove
small food pusher and gradually add oil in a
slow, steady stream and process until mixture
thickened and combined. This will take
approximately 2 minutes.
4. Season to taste with salt.
Variation
Garlic Aioli
Add 2 cloves of garlic, with the egg yolks.
Use olive oil instead of grapeseed oil.
Chipotle Chile Mayonnaise
Add 1 chipotle chili in adobo sauce with the
egg yolk.
Roasted Red Pepper Mayonnaise
Add 1 roasted red pepper, peeled, seeds removed,
roughly chopped and 1 clove garlic with the
egg yolks.
Lime and Wasabi Mayonnaise
Use lime juice instead of lemon and add
1 teaspoon wasabi paste.
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Vanilla Whipped cream
2 cups (500ml) pure cream
1 vanilla bean, scraped
1. Place bowl onto machine base, insert the spindle
and attach the whisk.
2. Place cream and vanilla bean seeds in the bowl
and attach the lid. Whisk for 10 seconds or until
cream is thickened.
Hazelnut butter
Beetroot dip
Prep 10 minutes
Prep 8 minutes, Bake 45 minutes
Makes 1 cup
Makes 1 cup
300g raw hazelnuts
½ teaspoon sea salt
1 tablespoon vegetable oil
1. Preheat oven to 180C°. Place hazelnuts on
a baking sheet in a single layer. Roast for
5–6 minutes or until golden.
2. Remove straight into a clean tea towel. Wrap the
tea towel around the hazelnuts and roll the nuts
to remove most of the skin.
3. Place bowl onto machine base, insert the spindle
and quad blade.
4. Place hazelnuts and oil in the bowl. Attach lid.
Process for 3 minutes or until a butter forms.
5. Add salt and blend for a further 30 seconds.
6. Transfer to a sterilised jar and store.
800g beetroot
2 tablespoons olive oil
2 tablespoons orange juice
1 small garlic clove, crushed
½ cup Greek yoghurt
Salt and pepper
1. Preheat oven to 180C°. Cut beetroot into large
chunks, drizzle with olive oil and wrap in
aluminium foil. Roast for 40–45 minutes or until
tender. Allow to cool slightly and peel away
the skin.
2. Place bowl onto machine base, insert the spindle
and attach the quad blade.
3. Place beetroot, orange juice, garlic and yoghurt in
the bowl. Attach the lid. Blend for 3-4 minutes or
until smooth.
4. Season with sea salt and black pepper to taste.
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Hamburger patty
Prep 10 minutes, Cook 6–8 minutes
Makes 10-12 patties
550g beef chuck, frozen and partially thawed
250g carrot, peeled and halved
100g zucchini, halved
1 red onion, peeled and quartered
1 garlic clove, crushed
¼ cup parsley leaves
1 egg
2 tablespoon olive oil
Salt and pepper
1. Place bowl onto machine base, insert the spindle
and attach the quad blade.
2. Place beef, carrot, zucchini, onion, garlic, parsley
and egg in the bowl. Attach lid and process for
20–25 seconds or until just combined.
3. Form L cup mixture into flat patties.
4. Heat olive oil in a large frying pan over medium
heat. Cook patties for 2-3 minutes each side or
until cooked to your liking.
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Fried Cauliflower rice
Prep 5 minutes, Cook 8 minutes
Makes 6 side portions
1kg head cauliflower, stalk removed and cut into
large chunks (or quartered)
½ teaspoon Cumin seeds, toasted
1 tablespoon olive oil
1. Place bowl onto machine base, insert the spindle
and attach the quad blade.
2. Place the cauliflower in the bowl. Attach lid.
Pulse 4–5 times or until cauliflower resembles
rice grains (approx. 10 seconds).
3. Heat olive oil in a non-stick frying pan over
medium high heat. Cook cauliflower for
6–8 minutes or until just starting to brown.
Sweet pastry
Pizza Dough
Prep 15 minutes, Chill 50 minutes,
Bake 30 minutes
Prep 10 minutes, Prove 30 minutes,
Bake 20 minutes per pizza
Pastry for a 24 cm flan tin
Makes 2 pizzas
1M cups (260g) plain flour
2 tablespoon caster sugar
125g unsalted butter, chopped
1 egg yolk
2 tablespoons iced water
24cm loose base flan tin
3 cups (400g) bread flour
3 teaspoons instant dried yeast
3 teaspoons sugar
3 teaspoons salt
1 tablespoon olive oil
1 cup (250ml) warm water
1. Assemble food processor with dough blade.
2. Place flour, sugar, butter, egg yolk and water into
bowl and secure lid. Process until mixture starts
to come together to form a ball. Turn out.
3. Wrap in plastic, refrigerate for 20 minutes before
use. Use as desired.
1. Assemble food processor with dough blade.
2. Place flour, yeast, sugar, salt and olive oil into
bowl and secure lid. With the motor running,
slowly add the water through the feed chute.
Process until dough forms into a ball. Do not
over process.
3. Carefully remove dough and knead on a lightly
flour dusted surface to smooth.
4. Place dough ball into a lightly oiled bowl, cover
and rest in a warm place for 30 minutes or until
dough has doubled in size.
5. Turn dough out on a floured surface and punch
down the dough to remove excess air then
lightly knead.
6. For thin crust, divide dough into 4 x 170g dough
balls, cover and set aside until required.
For thicker crust, divide dough into 2 even dough
balls. Cover and set aside until required.
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Salami-mushroomcapsicum topping (with
pizza dough recipe)
Prep 3 minutes
Cheese for 2 pizzas
Prep 10 minutes, Bake 20 minutes
Grated Mozzarella
Makes 1 pizza
200g Block Mozzarella
1. Place bowl onto machine base, insert the spindle
and attach the grater with the larger holes facing
up. Attach lid.
2. Place cheese through the large chute. Turn on the
food processor. Apply pressure with the pusher.
¼ cup tomato passata
½ cup grated mozzarella cheese
(use grater attacment)
100g salami
½ red capsicum, seeds and stem removed
100g button mushroom, stems removed
1. Pre-heat oven to 200°c
2. Spread pizza dough with passata. Sprinkle with
cheese.
3. Place bowl onto machine base, insert the spindle
and attach the variable slicer set to number 1.
Attach lid.
4. Push salami through the small feed chute of the
food processor.
5. Repeat with capsicum. Open lid and adjust to
variable setting number 2, re-attach lid.
6. Place mushrooms into the larger feed chute and
process.
7. Open lid and spread ingredients over pizza.
Top with extra cheese if desired.
8. Cook for 15-20 minutes or until golden.
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Grated Cheese
Grated Parmesan
200g Block Parmesan
1. Place bowl onto machine base, insert the spindle
and attach the grater with the smaller holes
facing up. Attach lid.
2. Place cheese through the large chute.
Turn on the food processor.
Apply even pressure with the pusher.
Carrot salad
Prep 15 minutes
Makes 4–6 side portions
¼ cup, sultanas
1kg (approx. 6) carrots, peeled, trimmed
1 tablespoon Black Sesame seeds (or poppy seeds)
¼ cup small parsley leaves
Dressing:
2 tablespoons orange juice
1 tablespoon lemon juice
2 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil
1. Place bowl onto machine base, insert the spindle
and attach the peeler disc. Attach lid. Cut carrots
into 2-3 pieces and feed them through the
medium feed chute to peel them.
2. Remove the peeler disc and clean out the bowl.
Attach the variable slicer which is set to
number 2. Attach lid. Feed the carrots through
the small or medium chute. Place carrots, sesame
seeds and parsley in a large bowl. Set aside.
3. Place orange, lemon juice and olive oil in a small
jug, season with salt and pepper and whisk to
combine. Add sultanas. Pour over salad and mix
to combine.
Potato fries
Prep 10 minutes, Cook 10 minutes,
Cool 2 hours
Makes 4–6 side portions
Vegetable oil, for frying
1kg Sebago potatoes, skin on
Salt, to taste
1. Place bowl onto machine base, insert the spindle
and attach the French Fry Cutter. Attach lid.
2. Place the potatoes through large feed chute of the
food processor fitted with the French fry cutter.
Place in a bowl and rinse under cold water until
the water runs clear. Drain on paper towel and
pat dry.
3. Heat oil in a large saucepan to 140C°.
Cook potato fries for 4-5 minutes or until the skin
starts to blister. Set aside on a wire rack over an
oven tray for 2 hours or as long as possible.
4. Increase temperature of oil to 180C° and cook
fries again for 5–6 minutes or until crisp and
golden.
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Zucchini battered fries
Prep 10 minutes, Cook 4 minutes
Makes 4 side portions
500g zucchini, rinsed, top and tailed
150g plain flour
10 g baking powder
100g cornflour
150ml cold soda water
Vegetable oil, for deep frying
Salt, to taste
1. Place bowl onto machine base, insert the spindle
and attach the Julienne Cutter. Attach lid.
2. Feed zucchini through small or medium
feed chute.
3. Place plain flour, cornflour and baking powder
in a medium size mixing bowl and mix flour to
combine. Add soda water and whisk until just
combined.
4. Place oil in a large saucepan or deep fryer and
heat to 180C°. Dip zucchini in batter and shake to
remove excess. Gently lower zucchini into oil and
fry for 3-4 minutes or until golden.
Potato salad
Prep 15 minutes, Cook 15 minutes
Makes 6 side portions
1kg round red or white potatoes (about 8 medium),
peeled
4 hard-cooked eggs, quartered or chopped
2 medium stalks celery
1 small red onion, peeled
1 cups mayonnaise
2 tablespoon cider vinegar or white wine vinegar
1 teaspoon Dijon mustard
L cup chopped herbs (parsley, tarragon, chives)
Coarse salt and freshly ground pepper, to taste
1. Peel the potatoes using the food processor potato
peeler. Rinse and drain the potatoes.
2. Using the 12mm dicing kit feed the potatoes one
at a time into the chute and use the pusher to
apply even pressure. Once all the potatoes are
diced place in a pot with cold salted water. Bring
to the boil and cook on the stove until just tender.
Once cooked strain and run under cold water.
Allow potatoes to drain and cool completely.
3. Meanwhile rinse the food processor bowl and
assemble the 8mm dicing kit. Feed the celery and
then the onion into the chute using the pusher to
apply even pressure.
4. Mix the mayonnaise, vinegar and mustard.
If the mayonnaise is very thick you can add a
tablespoon of water.
5. Mix all ingredients together and season with salt
and pepper.
Tips:
• You can substitute the Dijon mustard for hot
English, seeded or yellow mustard.
• For something different try adding sliced red radish
for a little peppery crunch or fresh peas and beans.
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Australian Customers
New Zealand Customers
Mail: Locked Bag 2000
Botany NSW 1455
AUSTRALIA
Mail:
Phone: 1300 139 798
Phone: 0800 273 845
Fax:
Fax:
(02) 9700 1342
Private Bag 94411
Botany Manukau 2163
Auckland NEW ZEALAND
0800 288 513
Email: Customer Service:
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Copyright Breville Pty. Ltd. 2016.
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