Ronson | RFP600 | Operating instructions | Ronson RFP600 Operating instructions

BLENDER PROCESSOR
SUITS ALL RFP600 MODELS
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Contents
Ronson Recommends
Safety First
p4
Your Ronson Blender Processor
p7
Assembly and Operating Your Ronson Blender Processor
p8
Blade Operating Guide p15
Care, Cleaning and Storage
p20
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Ronson Recommends Safety First
IMPORTANT: Please retain your
instruction book for future use.
At Ronson, we believe that safe performance is the first priority in any
consumer product, so that you, our valued customer can confidently
use and trust our products. We ask that any electrical appliance that
you use be operated in a sensible fashion with due care and attention
placed on the following important operating instructions.
Important Safeguards For Your Ronson
Blender Processor
• Carefully read all instructions before
operating the Ronson Blender Processor
for the first time and save for future
reference.
• Remove and safely discard any
packaging material and promotional
labels before using the Blender Processor
for the first time.
• To eliminate a choking hazard for young
children, remove and safely discard the
protective cover fitted to the power plug
of this Blender Processor.
• Do not place the Blender Processor
near the edge of a bench or table
during operation. Ensure the surface
is level, clean and free of water and
other substances.
• Do not use the Blender Processor on a
sink drain board.
• Do not place the Blender Processor on
or near a hot gas or electric burner, or
where it could touch a heated oven.
• Handle the Blender Processor and
attachments with care – remember
the blades and discs are razor sharp
and should be kept out of the reach
of children.
• Use the blade protector when storing
the processing blade.
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• Always ensure the Blender Processor
is completely assembled before
operating.
• The appliance will not operate unless
properly assembled.
• Ensure the control dial is in the ‘OFF’
position and the Blender Processor is
switched off at the power outlet and
the power cord is unplugged before
attaching the processing blade, discs,
Food Processor lid or Blending jug.
• Always secure the Food Processor bowl
onto the motor base before attaching
the processing blade or discs.
• Always secure the blade assembly onto
the Blender jug before attaching to the
motor base.
• Ensure the Food Processor lid is securely
locked in place before operating.
• Always operate the blender function
with the Blender jug lid in position.
• Do not remove the Food Processor bowl
from the motor base whilst in operation.
• Do not remove the Blender lid and
Blender jug from the motor base whilst in
operation.
• Do not push food into the feed chute
with your fingers or other utensils. Always
use the food pusher provided.
• Keep fingers, hands, knives and other
utensils away from moving blades
and discs.
• Do not place hands or fingers into the
Food Processor bowl unless the motor,
processing blade and discs have come
to a complete stop. Ensure the control
dial is in the ‘OFF’ position and the
appliance is switched off at the power
outlet and the power cord is unplugged
before removing the lid from the
Food Processor bowl.
• Ensure the motor and processing blade
or discs have completely stopped
before disassembling. Ensure the control
dial is in the ‘OFF’ position and the
appliance is switched off at the power
outlet and the power cord is unplugged
from the power outlet before attempting
to move the appliance, when not in
use, if left unattended and before
disassembling, cleaning or storing.
• Do not use attachments other than
those provided with the Blender
Processor.
• Do not attempt to operate the Blender
Processor by any method other than
those described in this booklet.
• Care should be taken when removing
the food from the Food Processor bowl
by ensuring the motor and the processing
blade or disc, have completely stopped
before disassembling. Ensure the control
dial is turned to the ‘OFF’ position, the
appliance is switched off at the power
outlet and unplugged, before removing
the Food Processor lid from the Food
Processor bowl. The Food Processor
bowl should then be unlocked from the
motor body and the processing blade
or disc holder carefully removed before
attempting to remove the processed food.
• Care should be taken when removing
the food from the Blender jug by
ensuring the motor and the blades
have completely stopped before
disassembling. Ensure the control dial
is turned to the ‘OFF’ position, the
appliance is switched off at the power
outlet and unplugged, before removing
the lid from the Blender jug. The Blender
jug should then be unlocked from the
motor body and the food carefully
removed before attempting to remove
the blade assembly.
• Do not operate the Food Processor
continuously for periods longer than 3
minutes on any setting or if processing
a heavy load. None of the recipes in
this book should require processing for
longer than 3 minutes and none are
considered a heavy load. If the food
processor attachment is operated
continuously for too long, it should be
allowed to rest for about 30 minutes
before recommencing.
• Do not operate the Blender continuously
for periods longer than 1 minute on any
setting or if processing a heavy load.
None of the recipes in this book are
considered a heavy load. If the blender
attachment is operated continuously
for too long, it should be allowed
to rest for about 30 minutes before
recommencing.
• Some stiff mixtures, such as dough, may
cause the dough blade to rotate more
slowly than normal. In this unlikely event
of an excessive load, do not operate
the Food Processor continuously with
excessive load for more than 1 minute.
• Do not process hot or boiling liquids –
allow liquids to cool before placing
into the Food Processor bowl and
Blender jug.
• Always switch off the Blender Processor
and disconnect from the power
outlet before changing accessories or
approaching parts that move in use.
• Do not move the appliance whilst in
operation.
• Do not leave the appliance unattended
when in use.
• Do not place any part of the appliance
in the dishwasher or microwave oven.
• Do not process thin fluids such as water,
milk, stock, juice, etc. in the Food Processor
bowl as this could result in overflow. To
reduce the risk of overflow, always add
drier or thicker ingredients to the Food
Processor bowl prior to adding fluids.
• Do not place anything on top of the
appliance when the lid is on, when in
use and when stored.
• Keep the appliance clean. Follow the
Care, Cleaning and Storage instructions
provided in this book (page 20).
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CAUTION: In order to
avoid a hazard due to
inadvertent resetting
of the thermal cut-out,
this appliance must not
be supplied through
an external switching
device, such as a timer, or
connected to a circuit that
is regularly switched on
and off by the utility.
Important
Safeguards For All
Electrical Appliances
• Fully unwind the power cord before use.
• Connect only to a 230V or 240V
power outlet.
• Do not let the power cord hang over
the edge of a bench or table, touch hot
surfaces or become knotted.
• To protect against electric shock, do not
immerse the power cord, power plug or
appliance in water or any other liquid or
allow moisture to come in contact with
the part, unless it is recommended in the
cleaning instructions.
• The appliance is not intended for use
by persons (including children) with
reduced physical, sensory or mental
capabilities, or lack of experience and
knowledge, unless they have been given
supervision or instruction concerning use
of the appliance by a person responsible
for their safety.
• Children should be supervised to
ensure that they do not play with
the appliance.
• It is recommended to regularly inspect
the appliance. To avoid a hazard, do not
use the appliance if power cord, power
plug or appliance becomes damaged
in any way. Return the entire appliance
to the nearest authorized Ronson Service
Centre for examination and/or repair.
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• Any maintenance other than cleaning
should be performed at an authorised
Ronson 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.
• 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.
• Always turn the appliance to the ‘OFF’
position, switch off at the power outlet
and unplug at the power outlet when
the appliance is not in use.
• Before cleaning, always turn the
appliance to the ‘OFF’ position, switch
off at the power outlet, unplug at the
power outlet and remove the power
cord, if detachable, from the appliance
and allow all parts to cool.
• Do not place this appliance on or near
a heat source, such as hot plate, oven
or heaters.
• Position the appliance at a minimum
distance of 20cm away from walls,
curtains and other heat or steam sensitive
materials and provide adequate space
above and on all sides for air circulation.
CAUTION: The processing
blade and discs are
extremely sharp, handle
with care at all times.
Do not place hands,
knives, or other utensils
into the food chute.
Always use the food
pusher to push the food
down the food chute.
Your Ronson Blender Processor
1. 2 speed control dial with
Pulse function
2. Motor - 650 watts of processing
and blending power
3. 1.2 litre Food Processor bowl
with a 200ml food pusher,
for grating/ slicing/ chipping
vegetables, processing foods
and mixing dough
4. 1.5 litre plastic Blender jug
5. Disc holder for stainless steel discs
6. Stainless Steel Discs including:
a)Grating disc - for grating firm
cheeses, fruit and vegetables
b)Slicing disc - for fruit,
vegetables and cooked meats
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
c)Chipping disc - for vegetable
chips
Whisking disc - for quickly
whisking eggs or cream
Dough blade - for making dough
for pastry or bread
Stainless steel processing blade
for all chopping and mixing tasks
Spindle 1 - sits on the drive shaft
of the motor base
Spindle 2 - sits inside the
processing bowl to be used with
the disc holder, stainless steel discs,
dough blade, whisking disc and
processing blade
a
b
c
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Assembly and Operation of Your Ronson
Blender Processor
Before First Use
Before first use remove and safely
discard any promotional labels and
wash the Food Processor bowl, Food
Processor lid, processing blade, discs
and Blender jug in warm, soapy water.
Dry thoroughly.
3. With the lid off, hold the Food
Processor bowl by the handle and
place the bowl over Spindle 1 on
the motor base. To do this, first align
the Food Processor bowl so that
the ‘ ’ symbol found on the top of
the Food Processor bowl is directly
above the ‘
’ symbol on the
motor base.
ALIGN
ALIGN HANDLE
WARNING: Blades and
discs are sharp and must
be handled carefully.
IMPORTANT: Place the
motor base on a level,
flat surface.
NOTE: The handle will be situated
directly over top of the speed
control dial.
4. Hold the motor base with one
hand and turn the Food Processor
bowl handle anti-clockwise
with the other so that the ‘ ’
symbol found on top of the Food
Processor handle is directly above
the ‘
’ symbol on the motor
base. The Food Processor bowl
is now locked securely on to the
motor base.
5. Once the Food Processor bowl
is locked on to the motor base,
place Spindle 2 into the Food
Processor bowl so that it sits over
the top of Spindle 1 (See Fig. 2).
LOCK
Assembling the Food
Processor Bowl
1. Place the motor base on a flat,
dry surface such as a bench top.
Make sure that the motor base is
turned off at the power outlet and
the power cord is unplugged.
2. Place Spindle 1 on the drive shaft
of the motor base (See Fig. 1).
Fig. 1
NOTE: The processing blade,
the disc holder, the dough blade
and whisking disc will not turn
Spindle 2 when Spindle 1 is not
correctly fitted on the drive shaft
of the motor base.
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LOCK HANDLE
Fig. 2
With the Food Processor bowl locked
into place and Spindle 2 in position,
the Food Processor can now be used
for various processing tasks including
using the processing blade, the
stainless steel discs, the dough blade
and whisking disc.
To Use the Processing Blade
WARNING: Blades and
discs are sharp and must
be handled carefully.
1. Carefully remove the protective
safety storage cover from the
processing blade. The cutting
edge of the processing blade is
extremely sharp, it should only
ever be held by its central plastic.
2. With the wider opening facing
downwards, place the processing
blade over the centre of Spindle
2. Ensure the processing blade is
pushed all the way down to the
base of Spindle 2 (See Fig. 3).
To Use the Stainless Steel
Slicing/Grating/Chipping
Discs
1. Carefully select the desired
stainless steel disc to be used
(slicing, grating or chipping).
2. Holding the disc holder, slide the
selected disc (sharp edged facing
upwards) into the disc holder slot.
Push the stainless steel disc into
place until the circle hole at the
end of the disc is directly above
the hexagon shaped hole found
on the disc holder (See Fig. 4).
Fig. 4
Fig. 3
3. Place the assembled disc holder
with stainless steel disc onto
Spindle 2 and push down so that
it falls into place (See Fig. 5).
NOTE: ALWAYS store the processing
blade with the protective safety
storage cover provided.
Fig. 5
NOTE: The disc holder will not turn
Spindle 2 when Spindle 1 is not
correctly fitted on the drive shaft
of the motor base.
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Assembly and Operation of Your Ronson
Blender Processor continued
To Use the Dough Blade
With the wider opening facing
downwards, place the dough blade
over the centre of Spindle 2. Ensure
the dough blade is pushed all the
way down to the base of Spindle 2
(See Fig. 6).
Assembling the Food
Processor Lid
Once the Food Processor bowl is
secure on the motor base and the
chosen accessory is assembled, it
is time to place the lid on the Food
Processor bowl.
1. Place the lid on the Food Processor
bowl align the ‘ ’ symbol found
on the lid with the ‘ ’ symbol
found on the top of the Food
Processor bowl.
2. To lock the lid in place, with one
hand holding the motor base
and the other on the feed chute,
turn the lid anti-clockwise so that
the ‘ ’ symbol is directly above
the ‘ ’ symbol found on the Food
Processor bowl handle.
3. Once the lid is positioned securely,
place the food pusher into the
feed chute.
ALIGN
Fig. 6
To Use the Whisking Disc
With the wider opening facing
downwards, place the whisking disc
over the centre of Spindle 2. Ensure
the whisking disc is pushed all the way
down to the base of Spindle 2 (See
Fig. 7).
Fig. 7
NOTE: The processing blade,
dough blade, whisking disc and
stainless steel discs can not be
used at the same time.
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LOCK
NOTE: The Food Processor will not
operate unless the Food Processor
bowl and lid are correctly
positioned and locked into place.
Using the Food Processor with
the Processing Blade/Dough
Blade or Whisking Disc
1. Ensure the control dial is in the
‘OFF’ position.
2. Insert the power plug into a 230V
or 240V power outlet. Switch the
power on at the power outlet.
3. Place the processing blade, dough
blade or whisking disc into the
Food Processing bowl as previously
directed.
4. Place the ingredients to be
processed into the Food Processor
bowl.
5. Lock the lid securely into place.
NOTE: When not using the Feed
Chute to process, ensure that the
food pusher is in the Feed Chute
to avoid splashing.
6. Turn the control dial to the ‘LOW’
speed setting to begin the
processing task and then if the
recipe requires increase to the
‘HIGH’ speed.
NOTE: Ingredients can also be
added through the feed chute using
the ‘food pusher’ while processing.
7. When processing is complete,
turn the control dial to the ‘OFF’
position, switch off at the power
outlet and unplug from the power
outlet. Wait until the blades have
fully stopped rotating before
removing the lid.
8. Carefully remove the processing
blade from the bowl.
9. Remove the foodstuffs from the
Food Processor bowl. Unlock the
bowl from the motor base to
remove foodstuffs if required.
10. Clean the Food Processor bowl
and processing blade as per
the Care, Cleaning and Storage
instruction on page 20.
NOTE: If the ingredients stick to the
sides of the Food Processor bowl
during processing, turn the control
dial to the ‘OFF’ position, switch
off at the power outlet, ensure the
blade has fully stopped rotating
before removing the lid and then
push the food back onto the
blades using a plastic spatula to
scrape down the sides of the bowl.
NOTE: Do not over fill the Food
Processor bowl past the 1200ml
(MAX) line for solids. Do not
process thin fluids such as water,
milk, stock, juice etc. in the Food
Processor bowl as this could
result in overflow. To reduce the
risk of overflow, always add drier
or thicker ingredients to the Food
Processor bowl prior to adding
fluids. For greater quantities of
liquids, the Blender jug should
be used.
Using the Food Processor
with the Slicing/Grating/
Chipping Discs
1. Ensure the control dial is in the
‘OFF’ position.
2. Insert the power plug into a 230V
or 240V power outlet. Switch the
power on at the power outlet.
3. With the chosen stainless steel disc
secure in the disc holder, place
the disc holder into the Food
Processor bowl.
4. Lock the lid securely into place.
5. Turn the control dial to the
‘LOW’ speed setting to begin
the processing task and then if
the recipe requires increase to
the ‘HIGH’ speed.
6. Ensure that the ingredients to be
sliced, grated or chipped are of
suitable size to be fed through the
feed chute and then push the
food down the feed chute using
the ‘food pusher’.
NOTE: For short bursts of power,
turn the control dial to the
‘PULSE’ speed setting.
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Assembly and Operation of Your Ronson
Blender Processor continued
7. When processing is complete,
turn the control dial to the ‘OFF’
position, switch off at the power
outlet and unplug from the
outlet. Wait until the disc has fully
stopped rotating before removing
the lid.
8. Carefully remove the assembled
disc holder.
9. Remove the foodstuffs from the
Food Processor bowl. Unlock the
bowl from the motor base to
remove foodstuffs if required.
10. Clean the Food Processor bowl
and stainless steel disc as per
the Care, Cleaning and Storage
instruction on page 20.
NOTE: If the ingredients stick to
the sides of the Food Processor
bowl during processing, turn
the control dial to the ‘OFF’
position, switch off at the power
outlet, ensure the blade has
fully stopped rotating before
removing the lid and then push
the food back onto the blades
using a plastic spatula to scrape
down the sides of the bowl.
Replace lid, turn power on at the
power outlet and recommence
processing.
NOTE: Do not over fill the Food
Processor bowl past the 1200ml
(MAX) line for solids. Do not
process thin fluids such as water,
milk, stock, juice etc. in the Food
Processor bowl as this could
result in overflow. To reduce the
risk of overflow, always add drier
or thicker ingredients to the Food
Processor bowl prior to adding
fluids. For greater quantities of
liquids, the Blender jug should
be used.
NOTE: The Blender Processor is
designed so that the motor will
not operate without the Food
Processor bowl and lid correctly
locked into position. In the
event that the appliance starts
without the lid correctly locked
into position, immediately
disconnect at the power outlet
and return to your local Ronson
Service Centre for examination.
Disassembling the Food
Processor Lid
With one hand holding the motor
base and the other on the feed
chute, turn the Food Processor lid
clockwise so that the ‘ ’ symbol
found on the lid is directly above the
‘ ’ symbol found on the top of the
Food Processor bowl. Pull the Food
Processor lid away from the Food
Processor bowl to remove.
ALIGN
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Disassembling the Food
Processor Bowl
1. Remove Spindle 2 from the Food
Processor bowl.
2. With one hand holding the motor
base and the other holding the
handle of the Food Processor
bowl, turn the bowl clockwise
so that the ‘ ’ symbol on the
Food Processor bowl handle is
directly above the ‘
’ symbol
on the motor base. Pull the Food
Processor bowl away from the
motor base to remove.
3. Remove Spindle 1 from the
motor base. The motor base
is now ready to assemble the
Blender jug.
Operating the Blender
1. Ensure the control dial is in the
‘OFF’ position.
2. Insert the power plug into a 230V
or 240V power outlet and switch
the power on at the power outlet.
3. Place the ingredients to be
blended into the Blender jug.
LOCK
ALIGN HANDLE
Assembling the Blender
1. Place the motor base on a flat,
dry surface such as a bench
top. Make sure that the Blender
Processor is switched off at the
power outlet and the power cord
is unplugged from the outlet.
2. Place the Blender jug onto the
motor base. Align the ‘ ’ symbol
found on the lower edge of the
Blender jug with the ‘
’ symbol
found on the motor base. Turn the
Blender jug anti-clockwise until the
‘ ’ symbol found on the Blender
jug meets the ‘
’ symbol on the
motor base. Once aligned, the
Blender jug will be locked onto
the motor base and secure.
ALIGN HANDLE
LOCK HANDLE
NOTE: The Blender will not
operate unless the Blender jug is
correctly positioned and locked
onto the motor base.
NOTE: Do not overfill the Blender
jug above the 1500ml (MAX)
mark. Replace lid, turn power
on at the power outlet and
recommence blending.
4. To fit the Blender lid, place the lid
so that the spout cover is either
to the left or right of the jug spout
and the lid sits flat. Twist the lid
until the spout cover and jug
spout are aligned. Ensure that
the ‘filler cap’ in the centre of the
jug lid is also fitted correctly into
position. The blender is now ready
to use.
5. With one hand placed on top of
the blender lid, turn the control
dial from the ‘OFF’ position to
either the ‘LOW’ or ‘HIGH’ speed
setting depending on what the
recipe requires. The speed can
be changed at any time during
blending. For short bursts of power,
use the ‘PULSE’ speed setting.
6. If ingredients need to be added
during blending, remove the
‘filler cap’ and drop or pour
through the hole.
7. When blending is complete,
turn the control dial to the ‘OFF’
position, switch off at the power
out and unplug from the power
outlet. Wait until the blades have
fully stopped rotating before
removing the lid or jug.
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Assembly and Operation of Your Ronson
Blender Processor continued
NOTE: The Blender is not
recommended for blending
dry ingredients.
NOTE: If ingredients stick to the
sides of the Blender jug during
blending, turn the control dial to
the ‘OFF’ position, switch off at
the power outlet, remove the lid
and push the food back onto the
blades using a plastic spatula
to scrape down the sides of the
Blender jug. Replace lid, turn
power on at the power outlet
and recommence blending.
NOTE: The Blender jug is
designed so that the motor
will not operate without the
jug correctly locked into
position. In the event that the
appliance starts without the jug
correctly locked into position,
immediately disconnect at the
power outlet and return to your
local Ronson Service Centre for
examination.
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Disassembling the Blender Jug
1. With one hand on the motor base
and the other on the Blender
Jug handle, turn the Blender jug
clockwise so that the ‘ ’ symbol
found on the lower edge of the
Blender jug is directly above the
‘
’.
2. Lift the Blender jug away from the
motor base to remove.
3. Twist lid either right or left until the
spout cover is no longer aligned
with the jug spout and lift upwards
to remove from jug.
ALIGN HANDLE
Overload Protection System
The motor is protected from burning
out by a manual reset cut-out
switch. If the processor or blender is
overloaded or operated continuously
for too long, the motor may overheat
and stop. To operate the processor
or blender again, you must switch
off, unplug and allow to cool for
approximately 30 minutes. Once the
motor has fully cooled, it is ready for
use again. Some stiff mixtures, such as
dough, may cause the dough blade
to rotate more slowly than normal.
Do not operate the appliance
continuously with an excessive load
for more than 1 minute. If this occurs
again, the processing bowl may be
overloaded, so remove some of the
food and process in smaller batches.
Blade Operating Guide
The Stainless Steel Processing Blade
The cutting edge of this blade is extremely sharp, it should only ever be held by
the plastic spindle.
ALWAYS store the blade with the protective cover provided.
Ingredients
Procedure
Onions, Vegetables,
Fruits and Cooked
Meats
Cut ingredients into approximately 2.5cm cubes. Place in Food
Processor bowl, up to 750g at a time. Process, using the ‘LOW’
or ‘PULSE’ speed settings until the ingredients are chopped
as desired. Remove lid and scrape the sides down with the
spatula between pulses to ensure more even chopping.
Raw Meats (boneless)
Trim the meat, fat and gristle, remove any bones. Cut into
2.5cm cubes. Process up to 750g at a time using the ‘LOW’
speed setting, scraping down the sides of the bowl, until the
meat is coarse or fine as desired.
Herbs
Make sure the herbs are as dry as possible. Place in the Food
Processor bowl and use the ‘LOW’ speed setting, until finely
chopped. Scrape down the sides of the bowl at least once
during processing. Up to 4 cups of firmly packed herbs can be
processed at a time.
Breadcrumbs or Biscuit
Quarter the slices of bread and break up the biscuits. Place
into the Food Processor bowl, using the ‘LOW’ speed setting.
Processing up to ½ loaves of bread, crusts removed at any
one time. Use stale bread for dry breadcrumbs.
Nuts (shells removed)
Place up to 2 cups of nuts in the Food Processor bowl at a
time and process using the ‘HIGH’ or ‘PULSE’ speed settings. If
chopped too finely the nuts will become oily and eventually
form into butter. Processing smaller quantities at one time will
ensure even chopping.
Hard Boiled Eggs
Remove the shell and halve the eggs before placing in the
Food Processor bowl. Process using the ‘PULSE’ speed setting.
NOTE: When mixing liquids with the processing blade, do not fill above the Food
Processor bowl 500ml fill line. Do not use the HIGH speed as liquids will spill over
the bowl.
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Blade Operating Guide continued
The Dough Blade
Ingredients
Procedure
Packet Cakes
Place all the ingredients in the Food Processor bowl. Process for
5 seconds using ‘HIGH’ speed, remove lid and scrape down
the sides of the bowl. Process for another 5–10 seconds.
Batter, Pikelets, Crepes
Place all ingredients in the Food Processor bowl and process
on ‘LOW’ or ‘HIGH’ speed until combined, scrape sides of the
bowl down once during processing. Do not fill above the 750ml
fill line.
and Pancakes
Short Crust Pastry and
Scones
Place the flour and butter in the Food Processor bowl and
process using ‘LOW’ speed until butter is rubbed in. With the
motor running, pour the liquid down the feed chute and process
until mixture forms a ball, approximately 30 seconds. Do not mix
more than 2 cups of flour at a time.
Biscuits and
Champagne Pastry
Place butter, sugar and egg yolks in the Food Processor bowl
and process on ‘LOW’ or ‘HIGH’ speed until just combined.
Remove lid, add the flour and mix until just combined using the
‘PULSE’ speed setting. Do not mix more than 2 cups of flour at
a time.
Yeast Doughs
Add ingredients in the order listed in the recipe. Add liquids
through the feed chute with the motor running.
The Whisking Disc
Ingredients
Procedure
Cream
Pour the cream into the Food Processor bowl and process
using the ‘LOW’ speed setting, until soft peaks form.
Eggs
Place the eggs into the Food Processor bowl and process
using the ‘LOW’ speed setting until the desired consistency
is reached.
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The Stainless Steel Slicing Disc
The slicing disc processes meat and vegetables into thin pieces with a larger
surface area.
For all foods, pack the feed chute firmly to ensure even results. Although firm
pressure on the food pusher is recommended for some foods, do not press hard
as the disc may jam.
ALWAYS use the food pusher when using the slicing discs.
Ingredients
Procedure
Onions
Peel the onions and halve if too large to fit into the feed chute.
Place the onions in the feed chute, sharp edge down. Process,
exerting firm pressure on the food pusher.
Carrots, Zucchini,
Eggplant, Cucumbers
Prepare the foods in the usual way. For rings 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 firm pressure on the food pusher.
Capsicums
Remove the core and seeds. Halve the capsicums if necessary
and arrange them vertically in the feed chute. Process using firm
pressure on the food pusher.
Mushrooms
Wipe any dirt from the m ushrooms and pack into the feed
chute on their sides. Process using firm pressure on the feed
pusher.
Apples and Peaches
Peel if desired, remove the core/stone and quarter the fruit. Lie
the quarters on their sides in the feed chute and process using
firm pressure of the food pusher.
Cheese
Cut the cheese into pieces large enough to just fit the feed
chute. Process using light pressure on the feed chute to
prevent cheese crumbling.
Cabbage
Cut cabbage into wedges to fit feed chute and process using
firm pressure.
Lettuce
Separate the leaves of the lettuce and wash and dry.
Roll the leaves firmly and pack into the feed chute.
Process using firm pressure.
Cooked Meats,
Cabanossi and Salami
Place meat vertically into the feed chute. Process using firm
pressure. For more even slicing remove sausage skins first.
Potatoes
Peel the potatoes and cut into pieces if necessary to fit the
feed chute. Process using firm pressure.
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Blade Operating Guide continued
The Stainless Steel Grating Disc
For all foods, pack the feed chute firmly to ensure even results. Although firm
pressure on the food pusher is recommended for some foods, do not press
hard as the disc may jam.
ALWAYS use the food pusher when using the grating disc.
Ingredients
Procedure
Potatoes and Root
Vegetables
Pack into the feed chute and process using firm pressure.
Peel and cut into pieces if necessary to fit the feed chute.
Carrots, Zucchini and
Cucumber, Onions
Prepare the vegetables and pack into the feed chute.
Packing vertically will give shorter shreds than packing
horizontally. Process using firm pressure.
Cheese
Cut the cheese to fit the feed chute snugly. Process using
a light pressure on the food pusher to prevent the
cheese crumbling.
Chocolate
Break chocolate into pieces to fit the feed chute and process
using firm pressure.
The Stainless Steel Chipping Disc
The chipping disc makes chips from potatoes and also pumpkin, zucchini,
or sweet potato for something a bit different!
For all foods, pack the feed chute firmly to ensure even results. Although firm
pressure on the food pusher is recommended for some foods, do not press
hard as the disc may jam.
ALWAYS use the food pusher when using the chipping disc.
Ingredients
Procedure
Potatoes, Sweet
Potatoes, Zucchini
and Pumpkin
Pack into the feed chute and process using firm pressure.
Peel and cut into pieces if necessary to fit the feed chute.
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The Blender Jug
Ingredients
Procedure
Drinks, Milkshakes
Fill the jug to at least ½ full. Remember to leave room to allow
froth to foam as the drink is aerated.
Soups, Sauces
(pureeing less than
1 litre)
Place mixture in the jug and blend using the ‘LOW’ speed
setting, until desired consistency is reached.
Mayonnaise,
Marinades, Dressings
and Pastes
Emulsify egg yolks and vinegar and then, with motor running,
pour oil into the jug gradually through the opening in lid, with
motor running. Blend using the ‘LOW’ speed setting.
Nuts
Add a maximum of 250g of nuts, with the shells removed,
and blend using the ‘LOW’ speed setting until the desired
consistency is reached.
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Care, Cleaning and Storage
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Always switch the food processor
off at the power outlet and then
unplug before disassembling any
parts.
Wash the Food Processor bowl,
spindles, lid, disc holder, stainless
steel discs, dough and whisk discs,
food pusher and processing blade
in warm soapy water after each
use. Rinse thoroughly and dry.
Wash the Blender jug, lid and filler
cap in warm soapy water after
each use. Rinse thoroughly and dry.
Never use an abrasive cleaner.
Do not place any parts in the
dishwasher.
Do not allow the processing blade
and the stainless steel discs to soak
in water for an extended period
of time as this may damage the
metal finish.
The processing blade and stainless
steel discs are extremely sharp!
Use caution when handling and
storing these parts. Always store
the processing blade with the
protective safety cover provided.
The cutting edges of the
processing blade are extremely
sharp; it should only ever be held
by its central plastic. Wash in warm
soapy water and carefully dry.
Wipe the motor housing with a soft,
damp cloth (do not use abrasive
agents or cloths which can
damage the surface). Dry and
polish with a soft, lint free cloth.
DO NOT immerse the motor base,
power plug or cord in water or
any other liquid.
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Store the Blender Processor with
the processing blade in the bowl
and the lid and the food pusher in
position, but DO NOT lock as this
places unnecessary strain on the
operating switch.
Before storage, thoroughly wash
and dry all removable parts.
Assemble the Blender Processor
and store on the kitchen bench or
in an easy to access cupboard.
Store out of reach of children.
Store the appliance upright. Do
not store anything on top of the
appliance.
NOTE: Do not put any parts of
the Ronson Blender Processor in
the dishwasher. This may cause
damage to the appliance.
Recipes
Recipes - Blending Jug
Thai Sweet Potato Soup
Potato and Leek Soup
Makes 1 litre
Makes 1 litre
2 tbsp peanut oil
1 brown onion, diced
2 cloves garlic, minced
2cm piece ginger, minced
1 tsp brown mustard seeds
1 tsp coriander seeds
1 tsp cumin seeds
1 tsp salt
600g sweet potato, roughly chopped
500ml vegetable stock
250ml water
100ml coconut milk
Bread, to serve
Fresh coriander, to serve
30g butter
1 tbsp olive oil
1 leek, thinly sliced, washed thoroughly
2 cloves garlic, minced
2 sprigs thyme
600g potato, peeled, cut into 1⁄8ths
1 tsp salt
¼ tsp ground white pepper
500ml vegetable stock
200ml water
Bread, to serve
½ cup sour cream, to serve
Optional – crispy bacon, to serve
1. Using a 2 litre pot, heat the oil over
a medium heat and sauté the onion,
garlic and ginger until golden
brown, approximately 5 minutes,
stirring regularly.
2. Add the mustard seeds, coriander
seeds, cumin seeds and salt and
sauté for a further 5 minutes,
stirring regularly.
3. Add the sweet potato, stock and
water and allow to simmer over a
medium to low heat for 40 minutes.
Remove from the heat and pour over
the coconut milk and allow to cool
for 10 minutes.
1. Using a 2 litre pot, heat the butter
and oil over a medium heat and
sauté the leek and garlic until
softened, approximately 5 minutes,
stirring regularly.
2. Add the thyme, potato, salt, pepper,
stock and water and allow to simmer
over a medium to low heat for
30 minutes. Remove from the heat
and allow to cool for 10 minutes.
3. Pour soup into the blender jug and
blend on speed setting ‘LOW’ for
1 minute. Serve with toasted bread
and a dollop of sour cream.
4. Pour soup into the blender jug and
blend on speed setting ‘LOW’ for
1 minute. Serve with crunchy bread
and fresh coriander.
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Pumpkin Soup
Satay Sauce
Makes 1 litre
Makes 8 serves
2 tbsp olive oil
1 brown onion, diced
2 cloves garlic, minced
1 tsp salt
400g pumpkin, peeled, roughly chopped
500ml vegetable stock
100ml water
100ml cream
Bread, to serve
½ cup sour cream, to serve
¼ cup peanuts
1 tbsp peanut butter
2 tbsp coconut cream
1 small red chilli, roughly chopped
2 cloves garlic, roughly chopped
1 tbsp kecap manis
2 tsp lime juice
1. Using a 2 litre pot, heat the oil
over a medium heat and sauté
the onion and garlic until softened,
approximately 5 minutes,
stirring regularly.
2. Add the salt, pumpkin, stock and
water and allow to simmer over a
medium to low heat for 30 minutes.
Remove from the heat, stir through
the cream and allow to cool for
10 minutes.
3. Pour soup into the blender jug and
blend on speed setting ‘LOW’ for 1
minute. Serve with toasted bread
and a dollop of sour cream.
1. Place the peanuts, peanut butter,
coconut cream, chilli, garlic, kecap
manis and lime juice into the blender
jug and hold the ‘PULSE’ speed setting
for 3 second increments at one time
for approximately 30 seconds or until
desired consistency is reached.
2. Blend on the ‘LOW’ speed setting for
15 seconds and serve over chicken
skewers or on vegetable burgers.
Green Curry Paste
Makes 1 curry
4 eschalots, diced
1 stick lemon grass, thinly sliced
3 cloves garlic, roughly chopped
2cm piece of ginger, roughly chopped
2 small green chillis, sliced
½ cup coriander leaves, washed
½ cup vegetable oil
1. Place all ingredients into the blender
jug and hold the ‘PULSE’ speed setting
for 3 second increments at one time
for approximately 30 seconds or until
desired consistency is reached.
2. Blend on speed setting ‘LOW’ for
a further 15 seconds and then store
in an airtight container for 6 months
in the freezer or 1 week in
the refrigerator.
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Ronson Dukkah
Basil and Cashew Dip
Makes 1 cup
Makes 1 cup
2 tsp coriander seeds
2 tsp cumin seeds
1 tsp cinnamon, ground
2 tbsp sesame seeds
½ cup hazelnuts
½ cup almonds
1 tsp sea salt
Bread, to serve
½ cup olive oil, to serve
1 cup basil leaves, chopped
½ cup olive oil
½ cup cashew nuts
2 tsp rock salt
1 tbsp lemon juice
2 cloves garlic, peeled
¼ cup parmesan cheese, grated
Biscuits, vegetable batons, bread, to serve
1. Place all ingredients into the blender
jug and process on speed setting
‘LOW’ for 15 seconds.
2. Turn to the ‘PULSE’ speed setting for
3 second increments at one time for
approximately 30 seconds, or until
desired consistency is reached.
3. Serve with crusty bread dunked
in good quality olive oil.
1. Place the basil, olive oil, nuts, salt,
lemon juice, garlic and parmesan
cheese into the blender jug and
hold the ‘PULSE’ speed setting for
3 second increments at one time for
approximately 30 seconds or until
desired consistency is reached.
2. Blend on speed setting ‘LOW’ for
15 seconds and serve with biscuits,
vegetable batons or bread.
Balsamic Salad Dressing
Olive Tapenade
Makes 1 cup
Makes 8 serves
½ cup olive oil
¼ cup balsamic vinegar
1 tbsp brown sugar
2 tsp salt
2 tbsp Dijon mustard
1 clove garlic
1. Place all ingredients into the blender
jug and hold the ‘PULSE’ speed setting
for 3 second increments at one time
for approximately 30 seconds or until
desired consistency is reached.
2. Blend on speed setting ‘LOW’ for a
further 15 seconds and then store
in an airtight container in the
refrigerator for up to 2 weeks.
3 tbsp Kalamata olives, pitted
1 tbsp olive oil
2 cloves garlic
1 tsp rock salt
1 tsp lemon juice
8 basil leaves
Bread, to serve
1. Place the olives, olive oil, garlic, salt,
lemon juice and basil into the blender
jug and pulse for 30 seconds.
2. Blend on speed setting ‘LOW’ for
15 seconds and serve with serve
with crusty bread.
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Berry Frappe
Choc-Nana Protein Starter
Makes 2 serves
Makes 2 serves
½ cup raspberries, frozen
½ cup strawberries, frozen
½ cup blueberries, frozen
1 cup apple juice
6 mint leaves
1 banana, peeled
1 tbsp honey
1 tbsp cocoa powder
1 cup milk
2 scoops vanilla ice cream
2 tbsp protein powder
1. Place the raspberries, strawberries,
blueberries, apple juice and mint
leaves into the blender jug and
hold the ‘PULSE’ speed setting for
3 second increments at one time for
approximately 30 seconds or until
desired consistency is reached.
2. Serve in a tall glass with a piece
of pineapple on the side.
1. Place the banana, honey, cocoa,
milk, ice cream and protein powder
into the blender jug and hold
the ‘PULSE’ speed setting for
3 second increments at one time
for approximately 30 seconds or
until desired consistency is reached.
2. Serve immediately.
Strawberry and Lime Daquiri
Low Fat Mango Smoothie
Makes 2 serves
Makes 2 serves
½ cup strawberries, frozen
Juice and zest of 1 lime
1 cup apple juice
100ml vodka (optional)
2 mango cheeks, flesh only, frozen
1 ½ cup light milk
½ cup low fat vanilla yoghurt
½ cup pineapple juice
1 tbsp maple syrup
1. Place the strawberries, lime, apple
juice and vodka into the blender jug
and hold the ‘PULSE’ speed setting
for 3 second increments at one time
for approximately 30 seconds or until
desired consistency is reached.
2. Serve in a cocktail glass with a
strawberry on the side of the glass.
1. Place the mango, milk, yoghurt,
pineapple juice and maple syrup into
the blender jug and hold the ‘PULSE’
speed setting for 3 second increments
at one time for approximately 30
seconds or until desired consistency
is reached.
2. Serve with a lime wedge.
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Recipes - Processing Bowl
Sausage Rolls
Makes 4 serves
500g sausage mince
1 small onion, peeled, diced
1 clove garlic, peeled, minced
5 slices of bread, crumbed
2 tbsp tomato paste
1 tbsp sweet chilli sauce
2 x 59g free-range eggs
2 sheets puff pastry
1 tbsp milk
1 tbsp sesame seeds
1. Preheat a fan forced oven to 180°C.
2. Using the processing blade, place the
mince, onion, garlic, bread, tomato
paste, chilli and eggs into the bowl
and hold the ‘PULSE’ speed setting
for 3 second increments at one time
for approximately 30 seconds or until
desired consistency is reached.
3. Slice the puff pastry sheets in half and
place a thick line of mince mixture
onto each piece, lengthways. Fold
pastry over and seal by gently pushing
the pastry together where it overlaps.
4. With a pastry brush, brush the tops
with milk and top with sesame seeds.
Bake for 30 minutes and serve with
tomato chutney.
Whole Orange Cake
Makes 1 loaf
1 orange, cut into quarters
180g butter, melted
3 x 59g free range eggs
1 cup caster sugar
1½ cup self raising flour
2 cups icing sugar mixture
40g butter, softened
Juice and zest of 1 orange
1. Preheat a fan forced oven to 180°C
and line a loaf tin with canola oil
and baking paper.
2. Using the processing blade on the
food processor, lock the lid into place,
select the ‘LOW’ speed setting and
process the orange for approximately
30 seconds or until pureed.
3. Add the butter, eggs and sugar and
process for a further 30 seconds. Add
the flour and then process for a further
30 seconds.
4. Pour cake mixture into the loaf tin and
bake for 50 minutes. Allow to cool on
a cake rack.
5. To make the icing, combine the icing
sugar, butter, orange rind and juice in
a small bowl and stir until combined.
Spread onto the cooled cake with a
pallet knife.
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Fresh Onion Soup
Makes 6 serves
50g butter
1 tsp olive oil
4 large onions (about 1kg), sliced
1 tbsp brown sugar
50ml brandy
750ml chicken stock
1 tbsp balsamic vinegar
2 bay leaves
2 thyme sprigs
1. Using the slicing disc on the food
processor, lock the lid into place,
select the ‘LOW’ speed setting and
place the onions down the feed
chute until all onions have been
thinly sliced.
2. In a saucepan heat the butter and oil.
Add the onion and sauté until golden
brown. Add the brown sugar and
brandy and cook off for 5 minutes.
3. Place all ingredients into a 2 litre
pot and simmer over a low heat
for 30 minutes.
4. Serve soup with fresh bread, toasted
with cheese.
Leek and Three Cheese
Potato Bake
Serves 8–10
2 medium leeks, sliced thinly, washed
1500g potatoes, peeled, thinly sliced
1 tbsp olive oil
40g butter
3 sprigs lemon thyme, shredded
1 cup pure cream
½ cup milk
½ cup low fat ricotta cheese
50g packet French onion soup mix
½ cup parmesan cheese, grated
½ cup vintage cheddar cheese, grated
1. Preheat a fan forced oven to 180°C.
2. Using the slicing disc on the food
processor, lock the lid into place,
select the ‘LOW’ speed setting and
place the leeks down the feed chute
until the whole leek has been thinly
sliced, wash thoroughly.
3. Using the slicing disc on the food
processor again, lock the lid into
place, select the ‘LOW’ speed setting
and place the potatoes down the
feed chute until all potatoes have
been thinly sliced.
4. Using a frypan, over a medium heat,
heat the oil and butter and then sauté
the leek until golden brown, about
6 minutes.
5. Layer a of the potato slices on the
base of a 3 litre crockery dish and
then add 1⁄3 of the leek, repeat until
three layers have formed.
6. In a 1 litre jug, whisk together the
thyme, cream, milk, ricotta and soup
mix. Pour over the potato and leek.
7. Top with parmesan and cheddar
cheese and bake for 45 minutes.
Serve over baby spinach or as an
accompaniment to another meal.
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Bolognaise Pies
Carrot Cupcakes
Makes 6
Makes 18
2 medium brown onions, peeled, halved
2 tbsp olive oil
2 cloves garlic, peeled, minced
700g lean beef mince
300g carrots, peeled, tops removed
500ml tomato passata
2 sprigs thyme
300g carrots, peeled, tops removed
1 cup self-raising flour
½ cup plain flour
1 tsp baking soda
1 tsp ground cinnamon
1 tsp ground nutmeg
½ cup brown sugar
¾ cup vegetable oil
½ cup golden syrup
3 x 59g free range eggs, lightly whisked
1 tsp vanilla bean paste
200g cream cheese, cubed and softened
2 cups pure icing sugar
2 tbsp manuka honey
2 tsp boiling water
1. Preheat a fan forced oven to 180°C.
Line 6 x 15cm ramekins with oil spray
and plain flour.
2. Using the slicing disc on the food
processor, lock the lid into place,
select the ‘LOW’ speed setting and
push the onions down the feed chute,
with the pusher until all onions have
been thinly sliced.
3. Using a 30°Cm frypan, heat the oil
over a low heat and sauté the onions
and garlic until golden brown. Add
the mince and cook until browned.
Separate using a wooden spoon.
4. Using the grating disc on the food
processor, lock the lid into place,
select the ‘LOW’ speed setting and
push the carrots down the feed chute,
with the pusher until all carrots have
been thinly sliced.
5. Fold the carrot, passata and thyme
through the meat mixture and simmer
for 5 minutes.
6. Line the ramekins with puff pastry and
evenly distribute the meat mixture.
Top with a puff pastry lid (cut by using
the base of a ramekin). Brush with egg
and place into the oven for 30 minutes
or until golden brown.
1. Preheat a fan forced oven to 160°C.
Line 3 x 6 hole cupcake tins with
patty pans.
2. Using the grating disc on the food
processor, lock the lid into place,
select the ‘LOW’ speed setting and
push the carrots down the feed chute,
with the pusher until all carrots have
been thinly sliced.
3. Combine all cake ingredients in
a bowl until they have all come
together consistently and evenly.
4. Distribute into patty pans and bake for
16 minutes or until a skewer is inserted
and comes out clean. Allow to cool.
5. To make the icing, combine all
of the icing ingredients using an
electric mixer, until light and fluffy,
approximately 3 minutes.
6. Pour into a piping bag with a tip
of your choice. Pipe in a circular
motion and refrigerate if not
eating immediately.
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Apple Coleslaw
Sweet Potato Fries
Makes 6 serves
Makes 500g
3 litres vegetable oil, for deep frying
500g sweet potato, cut into 6cm x 1cm
batons
¼ cup plain flour
1 tsp sweet paprika
1 tbsp sesame seeds
2 tsp flaked salt
500g red apples, cored, peeled, halved
400g white cabbage
½ medium red onion, peeled
4 sticks celery, washed
¼ cup greek yoghurt
2 tsp lemon juice
1 tsp paprika
1. Using the grating disc on the food
processor, lock the lid into place,
select the ‘LOW’ speed setting and
push the apples down the feed chute,
with the pusher until all apples have
been thinly sliced.
2. Using the slicing disc on the food
processor, lock the lid into place,
select the ‘LOW’ speed setting and
push the cabbage, onion and celery
down the feed chute, with the pusher
until all have been thinly sliced.
3. In a bowl, combine the yoghurt,
lemon and paprika and toss through
the coleslaw.
4. Serve with grilled chicken.
1. Fill with oil and preheat a 3 litre deep
fryer to 190°C.
2. Using the chipping disc on the food
processor, lock the lid into place,
select the ‘LOW’ speed setting and
push the sweet potato down the feed
chute, with the pusher until all sweet
potato has been processed.
3. In a bowl, toss together the sweet
potato batons, flour, paprika and
sesame seeds until completely
coated.
4. Shake away the excess flour and
place into the deep frying basket.
Cook for 6 minutes or until golden
brown. Raise the deep frying basket
and allow to drain for 2 minutes.
5. Place the chips into a large bowl and
toss with salt and serve immediately.
NOTE: To make potato chips,
follow the same instructions,
however cook for 8 minutes or
until golden brown.
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Eggplant and Feta Pizza
Makes 2 pizzas
375ml warm water
60ml olive oil
1 tsp sugar
1 tsp salt
600g bread flour
2 tsp yeast
1 tbsp olive oil
½ brown onion, sliced
2 cloves garlic, peeled, minced
200g eggplant, sliced
½ cup baba ganoush
½ cup basil leaves
3 cloves garlic, minced
1 tbsp lemon juice
100gm feta, crumbled
50gm parmesan, grated
100gm mozzarella, grated
1 cup rocket lettuce, to serve
5. In a bowl, mix together the
babaganoush, basil, garlic and
lemon juice. Evenly disperse over
the pizza base and then top with
eggplant mixture, feta, parmesan and
mozzarella. Bake for 20 minutes and
serve with crunchy rocket lettuce.
1. Place water, olive oil, sugar, salt, flour
and yeast into Food Processor bowl
with dough blade, lock the lid into
place, select the ‘LOW’ speed setting
and process for 1 minute. Shape into a
ball and place in a large clean glass
bowl. Brush with a little water and
cover with damp tea towel. Place in a
warm, draught free place to prove for
1 ½ hours or until doubled in size.
2. Preheat a fan forced oven to 180°C
and place dough ball back into Food
Processor bowl, lock the lid into place,
select the ‘LOW’ speed setting and
knead for a further 1 minute using the
dough blade.
3. Roll dough ball out onto a floured
surface and cut into 2 dough balls.
Roll each dough ball out to form a
round pizza base, allow to stand for
5 minutes.
4. In a frypan, heat the oil and sauté
the onion, garlic and eggplant.
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Cheese and Bacon BBQ rolls
Makes 6 Serves
375ml warm water
60ml olive oil
1 tsp sugar
1 tsp salt
600g bread flour
2 tsp yeast
3 tbsp barbecue sauce
1 cup bacon, diced
1 cup tasty cheese, grated
1. Place the water, olive oil, sugar, salt,
flour and yeast into Food Processor
bowl with dough blade, lock the lid
into place, select the ‘LOW’ speed
setting and process for 1 minute.
Shape into a ball and place in a
large clean glass bowl.
2. Brush with a little water and cover
with a damp tea towel. Place in a
warm, draught-free place to prove
for 1½ hours or until doubled in size.
3. Preheat a fan forced oven to 180°C
and place dough ball back into Food
Processor bowl, lock the lid into place,
select the ‘LOW’ speed setting and
knead for a further minute.
4. Roll dough ball out onto a floured
surface and cut into 6 balls. Place the
6 dough balls onto a baking tray lined
with baking paper. Top each evenly
with barbecue sauce, bacon and
cheese. Place into the oven and
cook for 20 minutes.
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Notes
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Ronson - Australia
Building 2, Port Air Industrial Estate
1A Hale Street
Botany NSW 2019
Australia
Customer Service Line 1300 139 798
Customer Service Fax 1800 621 337
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Private Bag 94411
Botany, Manukau
Auckland 2163
New Zealand
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