Operating your Breville Wizz Electronic

Wizz Electronic
Combined blender and food processor
Instructions for use
Includes recipes
Model BBL500
Contents
Page
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Breville recommends safety first
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Important Safeguards for all Electrical Appliances
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Know your Breville Wizz Electronic
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Operating your Breville Wizz Electronic
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Care and Cleaning
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Tips on how to use your Breville Wizz Electronic
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Suggested uses for your Breville Wizz Electronic
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Recommended Foods, Quantities and Function chart
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Trouble shooting
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Recipes
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Congratulations
on the purchase of your new Breville Wizz Electronic Combined Blender
and Food Processor
Breville recommends safety first
We at Breville are very safety conscious. We design and manufacture consumer products with the safety of you,
our valued customer foremost in mind.
Important safeguards for all electrical appliances
In addition, we ask that you exercise a degree of care when using any electrical appliance and adhere to the
following precautions:
• Fully unwind the cord before use.
Read all instructions before operating and save for
future reference
Important safeguards for all electrical appliances
Remove any packaging material and promotional
stickers before using the Breville Wizz Electronic for
the first time.
• Do not place the Breville Wizz Electronic near the
edge of a bench or table during operation. Ensure
that surface is level, clean and free of water, flour
etc. Vibration during operation may cause the
appliance to move.
• Do not place this appliance on or near a hot gas
or electric burner, or where it could touch a
heated oven.
when the Breville Wizz Electronic is not in use and
before cleaning and storing.
• Do not operate the appliance continuously with
heavy loads for more than 1 minute. None of the
recipes in this instruction book are considered a
heavy load.
• Be careful when handling the Breville Wizz
Electronic processing and blending blades and
processing disc as they are very sharp. Mis-handling
of the blades or disc may cause injury.
• Never place your fingers inside the blender jug or
food processor bowl during operation.
• Always ensure the Breville Wizz Electronic is
properly assembled before use. Follow the
instructions provided in this book.
• Keep hands, hair, clothing, as well as spatulas and
other utensils away from the blender jug or food
processor bowl during operation.
• Use only the blender jug, food processor bowl and
parts supplied with the Breville Wizz Electronic.
• Do not remove blender jug or food processor bowl
from the motor base whilst in operation.
• Always assemble the blade assembly into the
blender jug, before attaching to motor base. Never
place blade assembly on motor base without the
blender jug attached.
• To protect against electric shock do not immerse
the motor base, plug or cord in water or any
other liquid.
• Always ensure the blender lid is firmly positioned
on the blender jug or that the food processor lid is
locked into position on the food processor bowl
before operating.
• Do not process boiling liquids, allow to cool before
placing into the blender jug or food processor bowl.
• Do not leave the Breville Wizz Electronic unattended
when in use.
• Ensure control panel buttons are switched off by
pressing the ‘Stop’ button, switch the appliance off
at the power outlet and unplug from the power
outlet before attaching the blender or food
processor or attempting to move the appliance, or
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• To protect against electric shock, do not immerse
cord, plug or motor base in water or any
other liquid.
• Do not let the cord hand over the edge of a table
or counter, touch hot surfaces or become knotted.
• This appliance is not intended for use by young
children or infirm persons without supervision.
• Young children should be supervised to ensure that
they do not play with the appliance.
• It is recommended to regularly inspect the
appliance. Do not use the appliance if the 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.
• 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.
• The installation of a residual current device
(safety switch) is recommended to provide
additional safety protection when using electrical
appliances. It is advisable that a safety 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.
• Any maintenance other than cleaning should be
performed at an authorised Breville Service Centre.
• Do not use the Breville Wizz Electronic for anything
other than food and/or beverage preparation.
• Make sure the motor and blade have completely
stopped, the control panel buttons are switched off
by pressing the Stop button, the appliance is
switched off at the power outlet and unplugged
from the power outlet the before disassembling.
• Keep the appliance clean. Follow the cleaning
instructions provided in this book.
DO NOT OPERATE THE BREVILLE WIZZ ELECTRONIC CONTINUOUSLY ON HEAVY LOADS FOR
MORE THAN 60 SECONDS.
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Know your Breville Wizz Electronic
Operating your Breville Wizz Electronic
Blender Blade Assembly Tool
Before first use
Step 2.
Before using your Breville Wizz Electronic for the
first time, remove any packaging material and
promotional labels. Ensure the appliance is
switched off at the power outlet and the power
cord is unplugged.
Turn the glass blender jug upside down with the
white plastic surround facing upward. Insert the
silicon seal onto the round glass base of the blender
jug. Carefully insert the blender blade assembly into
the round glass base of the blender jug, aligning the
white tabs of the blade assembly in between the
white tabs of the white plastic surround. Use the
Blade Assembly Tool to press the blade assembly
down and turn clockwise to lock into position.
Reversible Stainless Steel slicing/shredding disc
slicing side perfect for slicing vegetables and
fruits; shredding side ideal for shredding firm
cheeses, fruit and vegetables.
Blender lid
locks firmly onto the blender jug for safety
Removable centrally located
inner lid (50ml capacity)
Food Processor Bowl with handle
add liquids or other ingredients
through the lid opening while
the blender is operating.
400 mls liquid, 2 cups of food
Processor Bowl safety locking lid
Food Pusher
guides food down the feed chute.
1.5 litre Blender
glass jug
Stainless Steel
chopping blade
perfect for all
chopping, mixing and
processing tasks
Wash all parts (except motor base and food processor
bowl support) of the Breville Wizz Electronic in warm,
soapy water with a soft cloth. Rinse and dry
thoroughly. Do not place parts in the dishwasher.
When first using your Breville Wizz Electronic
Combined Blender and Processor, you may
notice an odour coming from the motor. This is
normal and will dissipate with use.
Blade
Assembly
Tool
Note
Assembling and Attaching the Blender
Advanced stainless
steel blade assembly
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Step 3.
Turn the glass blender jug upright and insert onto
motor base, aligning the jug handle with the 'align
handle' graphic on the motor base. Add food or liquid
into the blender jug. Place the blender lid firmly into
position on the top of the blender jug and turn
anticlockwise to lock into position. Insert the inner lid
into the blender lid.
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removable for easy cleaning
Powerful 700 watt motor
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Push button 5 speed
Food Processor
Bowl support
Disc shaft
function control panel
plus pulse and
ice crush
Cord Storage
locks onto motor spindle
Step 1.
Place the motor base on a flat, dry surface such
as a bench top. Ensure that the motor base is
switched OFF at the power outlet and the power
cord is unplugged.
Non skid feet
THE WHITE PLASTIC SURROUND ON THE BASE OF THE BLENDER JUG CANNOT BE REMOVED
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Step 4.
Step 7.
Plug the power cord into a 230/240v power outlet
and switch on. The red light beside the Stop button
will illuminate and remain illuminated whilst the
appliance is switched on at the power outlet.
The Ice Crush button has the highest speed and
operates independent of the Pulse function. Press the
Ice Crush button in short bursts to operate.
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Step 8.
At the end of use, switch off at the power outlet and
remove the power cord.
Important: to crush ice
Assembling and Attaching the Food
Processor Bowl with the chopping blade
Step 1.
Place the motor base on a flat, dry surface such
as bench top. Ensure that the motor base is
switched ‘OFF’ at the power outlet and the power
cord is unplugged.
Step 3.
Attach the processing bowl lid by positioning the feed
chute opposite to the handle then turning the lid
anticlockwise until it locks into position.
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Place 1 cup of frozen ice cubes into the Blender Jug.
Replace lid and push the button in to PULSE for short
bursts until a snowy textured ice is achieved. This will
take approximately 15 seconds.
Step 5.
Select the required speed function by pressing in the
corresponding speed button for example Low Speed 1
up to High Speed 5. A red light will illuminate beside
the speed button as it is selected. Speed can be
changed at any time during the blending process.
Press Stop button, located at the front of the motor
base, to finish blending.
During the blending process, ingredients may
stick to the sides of the either the Blender jug
or Food Processor bowl. To push the food back
onto the blades, press the Stop button and
switch off at the power outlet. Remove the lid
and use a plastic spatula to scrape down the
sides of the jug. Replace the lid before
recommending blending or processing.
Note
Step 6.
For ingredients that require short bursts of power, use
the Pulse function. Press the Pulse button and the red
light beside it will flash then select a speed button
and press in short bursts until blending is complete.
When a speed button is selected, the red lights
beside the Pulse and Speed buttons will remain
illuminated whilst the speed button is pressed in.
If any moisture of liquid appears on top of the
motor base, press the Stop button, switch off at
the power outlet and remove the power plug.
Remove the blender jug or food processing
bowl. Wipe the motor base immediately with
paper towelling and check the blender jug or
food processing bowl are correctly assembled.
Step 4.
Step 2.
Insert the food processor bowl support onto the
motor base. Place the food processor bowl onto the
spindle of the food processor bowl support and
turn anti-clockwise until locked into position. Ensure
the handle on the food processor aligns with the
'align handle' graphic on the motor base. Insert the
chopping blade over the shaft, and rotate into
position. Add food or liquid into the food processor
bowl. Do not overfill the food processor bowl.
To commence processing ensure the food pusher is
positioning in the feed chute. Plug the power cord
into a 230/240V power outlet and switch on.
Select a function by pressing in the corresponding
function button on the control panel and its light
will illuminate.
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Note
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NEVER PLACE ANYTHING OTHER THAN FOOD AND LIQUIDS IN THE WIZZ ELECTRONIC WHILST
THE MOTOR IS RUNNING.
DO NOT OPERATE THE WIZZ ELECTRONIC CONTINUOUSLY ON HEAVY LOADS FOR MORE THAN
ONE MINUTE.
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Step 5.
Step 7.
The food pusher can be removed throughout the
processing to add liquids or other foods.
At the end of use, switch off at the power outlet and
remove the power cord.
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Assembling and Attaching the Food
Processor Bowl with the reversible
slicing\shredding disc
Step 1.
Place the motor base on a flat, dry surface such as
bench top. Ensure that the motor base is switched off
at the power outlet and the power cord is unplugged.
Step 3.
Insert the disc shaft over the motor spindle. Place the
disc onto the disc shaft, with required function facing
upwards, for example, for slicing have slicing side
facing upwards. Align the disc centre onto the shaft,
rotate and push down, until it locks into position.
Attach the processor bowl lid by positioning the feed
chute opposite to the handle then turning the lid
anticlockwise until it locks into position.
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Step 6.
To switch off, press the same button again or press
the Stop button in the middle of the speed
control panel.
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Step 2.
Insert the food processor bowl support onto the motor
base, aligning the arrow on the support with the arrow
on the motor base. Place the Food Processor Bowl onto
the motor spindle of the food processor bowl support,
and turn anti-clockwise until locked into position.
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Step 4.
To commence processing ensure the food pusher is
positioning in the feed chute. Plug the power cord
into a 230/240V power outlet and switch on.
Select a function by pressing in the corresponding
function button on the control panel and its light
will illuminate.
DO NOT OPERATE THE BREVILLE WIZZ ELECTRONIC CONTINUOUSLY ON HEAVY LOADS FOR
MORE THAN 1 MINUTE.
DO NOT USE THE BREVILLE WIZZ ELECTRONIC FOR ANYTHING OTHER THAN FOOD AND OR
BEVERAGE OPERATION.
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Step 6.
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To switch off, press the same button again or press
the Stop button in the middle of the speed control
panel.
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Care and cleaning
• Always ensure the Breville Wizz Electronic is in the
off position, by pressing Stop on the
speed/function control panel and switching off at
the power outlet and unplugging the power cord.
• To remove the blender jug from the motor base,
grasp the handle and lift upwards. Use the Blender
Blade Assembly Tool to remove the Blender Blade
Assembly. The white plastic surround on the base of
the blender jug cannot be removed.
• To remove the food processor bowl from the food
processor support on the motor base, turn bowl
clockwise and lift upwards. Follow instructions in
‘Assembly and Operation of your Breville Wizz
Electronic’ on page 9.
Step 5.
Remove the food pusher, insert the food to be sliced
or shredded and push down with the food pusher to
guide the food through the chute. Repeat with
remaining food. Do not overfill the food
processor bowl.
Cleaning the Motor Base, Food Processor
Bowl Support and Blender Blade
Assembly Tool
Step 7.
At the end of use, switch off at the power outlet and
remove the power cord.
• Wipe the motor base, food processor bowl support
and blender blade assembly tool with a soft, damp
cloth then dry thoroughly.
• Wipe any excess food particles from the
power cord.
Cleaning the Food Processor Bowl, Lid,
Blade, Disc, Disc Shaft and Food Pusher,
Blender Jug, Blade Assembly, Inner Lid
and Lid
Note: do not use abrasive souring pads or
cleaners when cleaning the parts or motor base
as they may scratch the surface.
Note
Removing stubborn or strong food stains
and odours
Strong smelling foods such as garlic, fish and some
vegetables such as carrots may leave an odour or
stain on the processor bowl, lid and disc holder,
blender jug and lid. To remove, soak processing bowl,
lid and disc holder or blender jug and lid for 5
minutes in 100mls bleach dissolved in 2 litres water.
Then wash with a mild detergent and warm water,
rinse well and dry thoroughly.
Storage
Store Breville Wizz Electronic on the kitchen bench
top. The slicing/shredding disc can be stored in the
food processor bowl, with the lid and food pusher in
position. The blender jug, blade assembly and lids
can be assembled and stored next to it. Place the
food processor blade and blender blade assembly tool
in the blender jug for safe storage.
• Wash all parts in warm soapy water with a soft
cloth. Use a kitchen bottle brush to dislodge foods
from the disc shaft, processing blade and disc.
Rinse and dry thoroughly.
BE CAREFUL WHEN HANDLING THE CUTTING BLADES AS THEY ARE SHARP. MISHANDLING OF
THE BLADES MAY CAUSE INJURY.
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THE CHOPPING BLADE AND DISCS ARE EXTREMELY SHARP!! USE CAUTION WHEN HANDLING
AND STORING THESE PARTS. ALWAYS STORE THE CHOPPING BLADE WITH THE PROTECTIVE
COVER PROVIDED
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Tips on how to best use your Breville Wizz Electronic
Suggested uses for your Breville Wizz Electronic
Do
Don’t
Crush ice
• Use Low speeds (1-3) for emulsions such as
mayonnaise, dressings, marinades and foods that
require mixing until just combined, such as batters.
• Do not operate a heavy mixture for more than 1
minute. For normal blending tasks, for example,
mayonnaise, dressings etc, do not operate for
longer than 1 minute at one time without turning
off the Breville Wizz Electronic and stirring the
ingredients, and then continue blending.
Place 1 cup of frozen ice cubes into Blender jug
only and blend using the ‘ice crush’ speed control
until crushed.
• Use High speeds (4-5 and Ice Crushing) for
pureeing, drink or cocktail making.
• Use PULSE for foods that only require short bursts
of power such chopping nuts.
• Ensure all parts have been thoroughly washed,
rinsed and dried before assembly.
• Ensure the Breville Wizz Electronic is correctly
assembled before operating (see page 9).
• Ensure the base of the blender jug is thoroughly
dry before placing onto the motor base.
• Ensure the food processor support and base of the
food processor bowl are thoroughly dry before
placing onto the motor base.
• Do not operate Breville Wizz Electronic without
having the blender lids or food processing lid in
position. To add additional ingredients whilst
blending remove inner lid and place ingredients
through the opening in the middle of the lid. If
having to add additional ingredients to the food
processor while blending, the food pusher can be
removed and additional ingredients can be added
through the feed chute.
Drinks
Fill the container to at least 1⁄4 full, remember to
leave room to allow froth to form as the drink
is aerated.
The most efficient amount to blend will depend on
the food/recipe used. Generally, the more liquid
used, the more can be processed at one time. Do not
place hot ingredients into the Breville Wizz Electronic,
allow to cool before pureeing.
Batters
• Ensure the Breville Wizz Electronic is placed on a
clean, dry and level surface to operate.
• Do not use either blender jug or food processor
bowl to store food.
• Ensure liquids ingredients are placed into Breville
Wizz Electronic before solid ingredients, except
where specified in recipes.
• As air does not circulate when blending, therefore
the Breville Wizz Electronic will not beat egg
whites, knead dough or mash potatoes.
Place liquid ingredients, then dry ingredients, into
either the blender jug or food processor bowl. Blend
until a smooth batter is formed.
• Ensure all foods are cut into cubes (approx. 2-3cm
squares) where appropriate to achieve an even
result.
• Do not remove either blender jug or food processor
bowl while the Breville Wizz Electronic is operating.
Always make sure the control panel is on the ‘Stop’
position, switch off the power at the power outlet
and unplug the power cord from the power outlet.
• Do not overload the Breville Wizz Electronic with
more than the specified quantity of ingredients as
doing so could cause the motor to stall. Turn the
Breville Wizz Electronic off by pressing the ‘Stop’
button on the control panel, switch off the power
at the power outlet and unplug cord. Remove a
portion of the mixture before continuing.
• Cut all food pieces into 2 cm cubes where
appropriate.
Soups, sauces, purees
• Do not place any objects, other than food, into the
Breville Wizz Electronic whilst the motor is running.
• Use a plastic or rubber spatula to dislodge food
from sides of jug or bowl. Always ensure that the
Breville Wizz Electronic is turned off by pressing the
“Stop” button on the control panel and that the
power has been switched off at power outlet and
the power plug removed. Ensure blades have
stopped rotating. Do not use metal utensils as they
may damage the blades, jug or bowl.
• When blending thick or dry mixtures it may be
necessary to stop the Breville Wizz Electronic and
scrape down the sides of the blender jug and or
food processor bowl with a plastic or rubber
spatula, once or twice during blending or
processing.
Quantities and Handy Hints
• Do not put more than 2 cups of warm ingredients
into the Breville Wizz Electronic before blending or
processing starts. After the blending process has
begun and the blades are turning you may slowly
add another 11⁄2 cups of ingredients through the
opening in the lid if desired.
• Thick mixtures puree more efficiently if the Breville
Wizz Electronic is 1⁄4 to 1⁄2 full.
• When using several ingredients, place liquid
ingredients in the blender jug or food processor
bowl first unless specified in the recipe.
• Do not place hot ingredients into the Breville Wizz
Electronic, allow to cool before placing into the
blender jug or food processor bowl.
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Recommended foods, quantities and function
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Type of
food/drink
Preparation
Maximum
amount at
one time
Function - mix
puree etc
Approximate
time
Lean meat
Trim excess fat
and sinew
300g
Chop Food
Processor (button 2)
10-20 seconds
Fish
Remove skin and bones
and cut into 2cm cubes
300g
Chop Food
Processor (button 2)
10-20 seconds
Onions, whole
Peel and cut into
1.5-2cm pieceS
300g
Chop Food
Processor (button 2)
10-15 seconds
Garlic, clove
Peel
5 cloves
Chop Food
Processor (button 2)
10-15 seconds
Apple, raw
Peel, cored and cut
into 1.5cm pieces
50g
Chop Food
Processor (button 2)
10-15 seconds
Cabbage, green
or red
Remove the core and
cut into 2 cm cubes
50g
Chop Food
Processor (button 2)
5 seconds
Peanuts, whole,
shells removed
Remove the skin
200g
Grind Food
Processor (button 5)
15 seconds
Bread or
biscuit crumbs
Cut bread into 2 cm pieces
and break up biscuits
100g
Chop Food
Processor (button 2)
15 seconds
Mayonnaise
Mix the egg yolk
and vinegar. Then add the oil
125g
Mix Blender (Speed 1)
and Food Processor
(button 1)
60 seconds
Whipped cream
Add sugar or vanilla
if desired
200ml
Mix Blender (Speed 1)
and Food Processor
(button 1)
60 seconds
Peppercorns
Whole
100g
Grind Food Processor
(button 5)
20-30 seconds
Cinnamon sticks
Halve
30g
Grind Food Processor
(button 5)
20-30 seconds
Fresh ginger
Peel, cut into
1.5cm pieces
100g
Chop Food Processor
(button 2)
20-30 seconds
Carrots,
zucchini,
eggplant
Arrange foods vertically in the
feed chute, cutting them so
they are even in height.
For slices arrange foods
horizontally in the feed chute.
Process by exerting form
pressure on the food pusher.
300g
Slicing disc Food
(button 3)
20-30 seconds
Mushrooms
Wipe the mushrooms and
pack in the feed chute on
their sides. Process using light
pressure on the food pusher
200g
Slicing disc Food
Processor (button 3)
20-30 seconds
Cheese
Cut the cheese into piece large
enough to just fit the feed chute.
Process using light pressure on
the food pusher to prevent
cheese crumbling
120g
Slicing\shredding disc
Food Processor
(button 3)
20- 30 seconds
Trouble Shooting Chart
Problem
Solution
Motor doesn’t start or blade doesn’t rotate
• Check that the blender jug or processing bowl and lid
are securely locked into position.
• Check the Stop ready light is illuminated.
• Check that the power plug is securely inserted into
the power outlet and switched ON
• Be sure to press only one function control button
at a time
Food is unevenly chopped
Either too much food is being chopped at one time or
the pieces are not small enough. Try cutting food into
smaller pieces of even size and processing a smaller
amount per batch. For best results the food should be
chopped into pieces no larger than 2cm
Food is chopped too fine or is watery
The food is over processed. Use brief pulses or process
for a shorter time.
Food collects on processing bowl cover or side of bowl
Processing too much food. Turn the Food processor off.
When the blade stops rotating, remove the cover and
clean the bowl and cover with a spatula. Reduce
quantity of food to be processed
Food sticks to blade
Processing too much food. Turn the Food processor off.
When the blade stops rotating, remove the cover.
Carefully remove the blade. Remove the food from the
blade with a spatula, reduce quantity of food and
continue processing.
Food Processor Bowl Capacity
Item
Capacity
Onion
300g
Meat
300g
Cheese
200g
Fish
300g
Pumpkin
300g
Eggs
4 x 60g eggs
Prawns
300g
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Notes
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Due to continual improvements in design or otherwise, the product you
purchase may differ slightly from the one illustrated in this booklet.
Model BBL500 Issue 1/05
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Recipes
Delicious recipes
Includes instructions for use
Contents
Dips and starters
Guacamole
Pesto dip
1 large avocado, peeled, de-stoned
and chopped
40 ml lemon juice
1
⁄2 cup sour cream
1 teaspoons minced garlic
1 teaspoon chilli
1 cup fresh basil leaves
1 clove garlic peeled and chopped
40 ml lemon juice
60g pine nuts
1
⁄4 cup olive oil
1
⁄2 cup cottage cheese
60g grated fresh Parmesan cheese
1. Place avocado, lemon juice, sour cream, garlic and
chilli sauce in blender jug.
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R2
Dips and starters
R3
Soups
R4
Pancakes
R5
Cocktails
R6
Non-alcoholic drinks
R7
Smoothies and milkshakes
R8
Recipes for use with Food Processor
R9
Sauces and Dressings
R10
Main Meals
R11
Salads
R12
Baby Meals
R14
Toddlers Food
R15
2. Use speed 2 and blend until smooth.
Serve with crustini or crudités
This recipe can be made in the food processor
using the chopping blade
Note
1. Place basil leaves, garlic, lemon juice and pine
nuts in blender, using high speed, blend until
finely chopped.
2. With motor running, pour in oil and blend until
smooth. Add cheeses and mix to combine.
3. Chill until ready to use.
Serve with toasted Turkish bread.
This recipe can be made in the food processor
using the chopping blade
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Soups
Pancakes
Tomato soup
Pumpkin soup
Pancakes
Crepes
1 tablespoon oil
2 cloves garlic, crushed
1 brown onion, peeled and diced
2 x 410g cans diced tomatoes
1 tablespoon tomato paste
2 teaspoons brown sugar
3 cups (750ml) vegetable stock or water
2 tablespoons cooking oil
1 brown onion diced
2 cloves garlic, crushed
400g Butternut pumpkin, peeled and diced
4 cups (1litre) chicken stock
Makes approximately 8-10 pancakes
11⁄4 cups milk
1 x 60g egg
2 tablespoons butter, softened
1 cup plain flour
1
⁄2 teaspoon salt
Extra butter, for greasing
Makes 10 – 12
3 x 60g eggs, lightly beaten
11⁄4 cups milk
2 tablespoons butter, melted
1 teaspoon vanilla essence
11⁄2 cups plain flour
1
⁄4 teaspoon salt
Extra butter, for greasing
1. Heat oil in a large saucepan, add garlic and
onions, cook over a medium heat for 2-3 minutes
or until onion is soft.
2. Add the pumpkin and toss to coat with the onion
mixture, then add the stock and bring the mixture
to the boil.
1. Place milk, egg, butter, flour and salt in the
blender jug.
2. Combine tomatoes, tomato paste, and brown
sugar.
3. Reduce heat to simmer for 20 minutes and cook
with the lid on until the pumpkin is cooked.
2. Use speed 3 and mix to a smooth batter.
3. Pour into pan with onion mixture, add stock or
water and bring to the boil, then reduce heat and
simmer, uncovered for 20 minutes or until liquid
has reduced by one third.
4. Allow mixture to cool and transfer in batches to
the blender jug.
3. Heat a small greased frying pan over a moderate
heat. Pour a small quantity of batter into frying
pan then move batter around to cover base of pan.
4. Cook until bubbles come to the surface and break.
4. Pour sufficient batter into the pan to cover thinly
and evenly.
4. Allow the mixture to cool, then transfer mixture
into three batches into blender jug
5. Use speed 4 and puree until smooth.
1. Heat oil in a hot saucepan, add onions and garlic
and sauté for 5 minutes.
5. Use speed 4 and puree until smooth.
6. Return pureed soup to the saucepan to heat
through, check the seasoning before serving.
2. Use speed 3 and mix to a smooth batter.
5. Carefully turn the pancake over and cook until
golden brown.
6. Remove from pan. Continue cooking with
remaining batter.
Serve with maple syrup and ice cream.
1. Add eggs, milk, butter, essence, flour and salt
to the blender jug.
3. Lightly grease crepe pan and heat over a
moderate heat.
5. Crepes will cook quickly in 1-2 minutes,
overcooking causes crepes to toughen.
6. Carefully turn crepes over and cook until golden.
Serve with raspberry sauce
Raspberry Sauce
250g fresh or frozen raspberries
1
⁄4 cup icing sugar
2 tablespoons Grand Marnier or orange liqueur
2 tablespoons water
1. Place raspberries, icing sugar, Grand Marnier and
water into blender jug.
2. Use speed 3 and mix until smooth.
Spoon over crepes and serve.
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Cocktails
Non-alcoholic drinks
Margarita
Daiquiris
Fruit cocktail
Rockmelon and pineapple frappé
60 ml Tequila
60 ml Cointreau
80 ml lime juice
12 ice cubes
Basic recipe
Fruit (approximately 1 cup)
120 ml white spirits (white rum, vodka or kirsch)
60 ml sugar syrup
1 cup ice
250 ml pineapple juice
1 banana, peeled and chopped
1 orange, skin and pith removed then quartered
250 ml soda water
2 tablespoons passionfruit pulp
1 cup chopped rockmelon
1 cup canned pineapple pieces
1 cup ice
Mint leaves, to serve
1. Place all ingredients into the blender jug.
1. Place pineapple juice, banana, and orange into
blender jug.
1. Place Tequila, Cointreau, lime juice and ice cubes
into blender jug.
2. Use speed 5 and blend until well combined and
ice is crushed.
Serve in salt rimmed glasses.
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2. Use speed 5 and puree until smooth.
Most fresh fruit and berries can be used, if using
frozen fruit defrost before use. Fruit with hard skins or
stones must have them removed before pureeing.
Large fruit must be diced first.
1. Place rockmelon, pineapple and ice into the
blender jug.
2. Use speed 5 and blend until well combined.
2. Use speed 5 and blend until all ingredients are
crushed and mixture is smooth and thick.
3. Stir in passionfruit pulp and soda water and serve.
3. Serve with chopped mint leaves.
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Smoothies and Milkshakes
Recipes for use with Food Processor
Mango Smoothie
Strawberry Smoothie
Smoked Salmon Pate
1 mango, peeled and sliced
3
⁄4 cup unflavoured yogurt
120 ml orange juice
150 g strawberries
250 ml milk
2 scoops vanilla ice cream
Strawberry topping, to serve
1 teaspoon grated lemon rind
1 tablespoon lemon juice
75g cream cheese
75g smoked fish, skin and bones removed (salmon,
trout or mackerel)
1 teaspoon horseradish cream
1 teaspoon fresh parsley sprigs
White pepper, to taste
1. Place mango, yogurt and orange juice into
blender jug.
2. Use speed 5 and blend until smooth.
Serve immediately.
1. Place strawberries, milk and ice cream into the
blender jug.
2. Use speed 5 and blend until smooth
and combined.
Serve with strawberry topping drizzled over top.
1. Assemble food processor using the chopping blade.
2. Place lemon rind, juice and cream cheese into food
processor bowl and process until smooth using the
CHOP (button 2) function.
3. Add fish, horseradish cream, parsley and pepper
and process for 10-15 seconds.
4. Scrape mixture from sides of bowl with a spatula.
5. Process mixture in short bursts until smooth.
6. Cover and refrigerate until well chilled.
Serve with water biscuits or Melba toasts.
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Sauces and Dressings
Herb Dressing
6
3
⁄4 cup mixed fresh herbs (parsley, coriander, mint,
chives, rosemary, and basil)
1 clove garlic, optional
2 tablespoons olive oil
3 tablespoons balsamic vinegar
1. Assemble food processor using the chopping blade.
2. Place herbs and garlic into food processor bowl
and process until chopped finely using the CHOP
(button 2) function.
3. Add oil and vinegar and process until combined.
Serve with lamb, chicken or fish.
Mayonnaise
2-3
2 egg yolks
1 teaspoon dry mustard
1 tablespoon vinegar
Salt and white pepper, to taste
1
⁄2 cup vegetable oil
1. Assemble food processor using the chopping blade.
2. Place egg yolks, mustard, salt and pepper into
food processor bowl and process for 10-15 seconds
using the STIR (button 1) function.
3. With the motor running, add the oil slowly through
the feed chute on top of the processing lid and
process until smooth. DO NOT OVER-PROCESS.
Main Meals
Satay Sauce
1
2 cloves garlic
1 small onion
2 teaspoons peanut oil
1
⁄2 cup roasted peanuts
1 small chilli, halved and seeded
3
⁄4 cup water
2 tablespoons lemon juice
1 tablespoon dark soy sauce
2 tablespoons coconut milk
1 teaspoon brown sugar
Tandoori-Style Fish
4
Rind and juice of 1 lemon
125g natural yogurt
1 onion, cut into quarters
4 cloves garlic
1 teaspoon ground cumin
1 teaspoon ground coriander
1
⁄2 teaspoon paprika
Sprinkle of cayenne pepper
4 Atlantic salmon cutlets
1. Assemble food processor using the chopping blade.
1. Assemble food processor using the chopping blade.
2. Place garlic and onion into processing bowl and
chop in quick bursts using the CHOP (button 2)
function.
3. Heat oil in a saucepan and cook garlic and onion
mixture until lightly browned.
4. Place remaining ingredients into food processor
bowl and process until smooth.
5. Pour combined mixture over garlic and onion
mixture and stir over a gentle heat to warm
through.
2. Place rind, juice, yoghurt, onion, garlic and spices
into processing bowl and process until smooth
using the CHOP (button 2) function.
3. Arrange salmon cutlets in a shallow glass or
ceramic container. Coat salmon with smooth paste,
cover and refrigerate for 2 hours.
4. Cook salmon cutlets on a preheated grill or
barbeque for 3 minutes each side or until fish is
cooked when tested.
Lamburgers
3-4
1 tablespoon fresh herb sprigs (parsley,
coriander or rosemary)
1 slice bread, crusts removed
1
⁄2 small onion, quartered
200g Trim Lamb, diced
1 tablespoon mint sauce
Salt and pepper, to taste
1. Assemble food processor using the chopping blade.
2. Place herbs, bread, onion and lamb into food
processor bowl in two batches and process 10-15
seconds using BLEND (button 5) function.
3. Place processed ingredients into a mixing bowl,
add mint sauce and seasonings and mix well.
4. Shape mixture into 3-4 burgers, cover and
refrigerate 20-30 minutes.
5. Cook burgers on a preheated grill or pan fry for 5
minutes each side or until cooked when tested.
Serve immediately or cover and store in
the refrigerator.
Satay Sauce may thicken on standing, if this
happens stir in a little more warm water.
Note
4. Taste and adjust seasoning with extra salt, pepper
and vinegar if required.
5. Cover and store in the refrigerator.
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Salads
Cakes
Coleslaw
Carrot and Zucchini Cake
3 sticks celery
4 shallots
1
⁄4 red cabbage, separate leaves and roll
into bundles
1
⁄4 white cabbage, separate leaves and roll
into bundles
2 carrots, peeled
2 green apples, cored and quartered
1 red capsicum
210g can pineapple pieces, drained
125g can corn nibbles, drained
1 cup mayonnaise
3 small zucchinis
2 carrots
3 x 60g eggs
2 cups sugar
3 teaspoons vanilla
1
⁄2 cup oil
1 cup walnuts, finely chopped
21⁄2 cups self raising flour
1
⁄4 teaspoon baking powder
1 teaspoon salt
2 teaspoons cinnamon
1. Assemble food processor using the shredding disc.
1. Assemble food processor using the slicing disc.
2. Grate zucchinis and carrots, set aside.
2. Use button 3 to slice celery, shallots and cabbage,
place into a large bowl.
3. In a mixing bowl, beat the eggs until pale in
colour. Add the sugar, vanilla and oil, process until
slightly thickened. Add walnuts, zucchinis and
carrots, flour, baking powder, salt and cinnamon,
mix until well combined.
3. Reverse the disc to the shredding side and use
button 3 to grate carrots.
4. Remove the slicing\shredding disc and insert the
chopping blade. Use the Pulse button to process
apple, capsicum and pineapple until chopped.
5. Add chopped mixture to the sliced vegetables. Add
corn and mayonnaise and toss all ingredients until
well combined.
6. Refrigerate until ready to serve.
4. Pour mixture into 2 well greased and base lined
20cm cake pans.
5. Bake in a preheated moderate oven 180ºC for
40-45 minutes or until cooked when tested.
When mixing cakes do not over mix as this will
toughen the mixture.
Note
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Baby Meals
A baby's first foods will influence their life long
eating habits. The food processor is ideal for
processing small quantities of nutritious baby food.
First Foods
These recipes are ideal for baby's first taste
experience. They are easily digested and suitable for
babies under 12 months old.
Golden Puree
1
⁄2 small sweet potato, peeled and sliced
3 baby squash, trimmed and halved
Toddlers Food
Apple and Banana Custard
1
⁄ small apple, cored
1 small banana, peeled and diced
1⁄2 cup prepared baby custard
2
1. Cook apple until just soft. Cool.
2. Assemble food processor using chopping blade.
3. Place cooled apple and banana into food processor
bowl and PUREE (button 4) until smooth.
4. Fold fruit into custard.
Serve immediately to avoid fruit discolouring.
As baby gets older the digestive system becomes
stronger and is able to digest foods like egg yolks,
fish and cottage cheese.
Baby may also prefer food less smooth. For slightly
coarser textured food simply puree for less time.
These recipes are suitable for babies over 12 months
of age.
Fast Fish
100g tuna or other cooked flaked fish, bones
removed
1 zucchini, sliced and cooked
1
⁄2 potato, diced and cooked
1. Assemble food processor with the chopping blade.
2. Place sweet potato into processing bowl and
roughly chop for 5-10 seconds using button 4.
3. Cook chopped sweet potato and squash in a
microwave oven or steamer until tender. Cool.
1. Assemble Food processor using chopping blade.
Baby Muesli
1 tablespoon rolled oats
2 tablespoons baby rice cereal
1 teaspoon sultanas
1
⁄2 small apples, peeled, sliced
4 tablespoons prepared formula milk
1. Assemble Food processor using chopping blade.
2. Place oats, cereal, sultanas and apple into food
processor bowl and roughly chop for 5-10 seconds
using button 4.
3. Continue processing and add milk through the feed
chute to achieve desired consistency.
4. Warm before serving.
2. Place cooled ingredients into food processor bowl
and puree (button 4) until smooth.
Serve chilled or warm.
4. Return cooled vegetables to processing bowl and
PUREE (button 4) until smooth.
Creamy Chicken and Apricot
⁄2 ripe pear, peeled and halved
⁄2 avocado, stoned and peeled
5 dried apricots
75g boneless chicken, diced
200mls chicken stock or water
1 tablespoon natural yoghurt
1. Assemble Food processor using chopping blade.
1. Assemble Food Processor using chopping blade.
2. Place ingredients into food processor bowl and
PUREE (button 4) until smooth.
2. Place apricots into food processor bowl and
roughly chop using button 4.
Serve immediately to avoid fruit discolouring.
3. Combine apricots, chicken and stock in a small
saucepan, bring to the boil, reduce heat and
simmer 10-12 minutes or until chicken is cooked.
Cool slightly.
Avocado and Pear
1
1
4. Place cooled ingredients into food processor bowl
and puree (button 4) until smooth. Add yoghurt
and blend into chicken mixture using button 4.
5. Warm before serving.
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Notes
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Notes
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