Kambrook KBV30 Vacuum Cleaner User Manual

Kambrook KBV30 Vacuum Cleaner User Manual
Food Processor
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KAMBROOK SAFETY
Before using the processor ensure that
the blender drive cover is in place.
Welcome to Kambrook and your new
Food Processor Deluxe.
Do not remove blender jug or processing
bowl from the motor base whilst
blender/processor is in operation.
At Kambrook we believe that the safe
performance of our products is the first
priority in any consumer product so that
you, our valued customer, can confidently
use and trust our products.
Do not place your hands or utensils in the
blender jug or processing bowl while the
blender/processor is operating.
We ask that any electrical appliance you
use be operated in a sensible fashion with
due care and attention placed on the
following important operating
instructions:
Do not place hands in the blender jug or
processor bowl unless the unit is switched
off and then disconnected from the power
outlet.
Switch off the power supply and then
unplug the unit from the power outlet
before removing any parts including
blades, bowl/jug, lids.
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS
THOROUGHLY BEFORE
ACTIVATING THE APPLIANCE
AND RETAIN THEM FOR FUTURE
REFERENCE.
Before attaching or detaching any parts
ensure that the power supply is turned off
and the power plug disconnected from
the power supply.
Ensure that the power source to be used
is the same as the voltage requirements of
the product.
Do not use this blender/processor for
anything other than food or beverage
preparation.
Switch off then unplug from the power
outlet when not in use and before
cleaning.
Place the appliance on a dry, level surface.
Do not blend a dry, thick or heavy
mixture for more than 60 seconds
without turning the blender/food
processor off and stirring the ingredients
before continuing to blend.
Blades must be handled carefully as
they are sharp!
Do not use the processor and blender at
the same time.
Care is needed when handling the
processor blade and all slicing, grating and
chipping blades.
Do not process boiling liquids, let cool
before placing into blender jug or
processing bowl.
Ensure the blender/processor lid is
securely locked in place before operating.
Make sure the motor and blade have
completely stopped before disassembling.
Never immerse the power cord, plug or
blender/processor body in any form of
liquid.
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The appliance is not intended for use by
young children or infirmed persons
without supervision.
Close supervision is required at all times
when operating the appliance near
children.
Young children should be supervised to
ensure that they do not play with the
appliance
Do not let the cord hang over the edge of
a table or counter, touch hot surfaces or
become knotted.
Do not place on or near a hot gas burner,
electric element, or in a heated oven.
Do not leave this appliance unattended
while in use.
This appliance is suitable for domestic use
only. Do not use this appliance for
anything other than its intended use.
Do not use outdoors.
Regularly inspect the power cord, plug and
actual appliance for any damage. If found
damaged in any way, immediately cease
use of the appliance and return the entire
appliance to the nearest authorised
Kambrook Service Centre for
examination, replacement or repair.
Please call 1800 800 634 for Service
Centre details in Australia.
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Features of your Kambrook Food Processor Deluxe
1. Power control dial – a choice of 3
speeds plus pulse for complete
processing/blending control
2. Motor base - 650 watts of
processing/blending power
3. Blender jug – 1.5 litre capacity, ideal
for mixing liquids (this must be
correctly locked into the blender
drive or the blender will NOT
operate)
4. Blender jug lid – ensure this is
correctly in position before activating.
5. Blender jug filler cap – for adding
ingredients whilst blending
6. Blender drive cover – this must be
correctly in place before using the
processor, otherwise the processor
will NOT operate (see following
instructions)
7. Processor bowl - extra large 1.5 litre
capacity for grating/slicing vegetables,
processing foods, mixing doughs etc
8. Processing lid and feed chute –
(Processor lid must be fitted
correctly or the processor will NOT
operate)
9. Automatic safety cut out – prevents
the Food Processor Deluxe from
operating unless the processor bowl
and lid, blender jug or blender drive
cover are correctly engaged on the
motor base (not shown)
10. Food pusher with removable inner
80ml Measuring Cup – fits the into
the food chute for safe adding of
foods onto the blades and prevents
splashing when using the processing
blade
11. Stainless steel thin slicing disc – for
slicing vegetables and fruits
12. Stainless steel thick slicing disc – for
slicing vegetables, chicken, meat and
salami
13. Stainless steel fine grating disc – for
grating chocolate and hard cheeses
such as Parmesan
14. Stainless steel coarse grating disc –
for grating firm cheeses, fruit and
vegetables
15. Stainless steel chipping disc – for
french fries. Also handy for stir fried
vegetables
16. Stainless steel processing blade – use
for all chopping, mixing and
processing tasks
17. Mixing blade – use for making dough
for pastry or bread
18. Disc holder – processing discs simply
lock into place
19. Unique storage holder –
conveniently and safely stores
attachments on top of lid
20. Processing blade protective cover –
for storage when blade is not in use.
21. Processor drive shaft
22. Spatula
23. Non-skid suction feet – for stability
24. Cord storage (not shown)
Blades must be handled carefully as
they are sharp!
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USING YOUR KAMBROOK
FOOD PROCESSOR DELUXE
Before first use remove any promotional
labels and wash the blender jug, food
processor bowl and all blades in warm,
soapy water. Dry thoroughly.
All blades must be handled carefully
as they are sharp!
Place the motor base on a level, flat
surface.
Note the food processor will not operate unless the
blender drive cover is locked in the correct position
ASSEMBLY AND OPERATION OF
THE FOOD PROCESSOR
Your Food Processor Deluxe features 3
safety locking devices.
Correct placement of the
Processor Bowl
Place the empty bowl onto the base, with
the handle on your right align the arrow
on the processor bowl handle with the
align arow
on the motor base.Turn
the bowl clockwise until the arrow on the
processor bowl handle is aligned with the
'lock' indicator arrow
on the motor
base.
NOTE:THE FOOD PROCESSOR WILL NOT WORK
UNLESS ALL OF THE BELOW ARE IN PLACE:
1.The blender drive cover is correctly
LOCKED into position2.The processor bowl is correctly
LOCKED into position
3.The processor lid is correctly LOCKED
into position
NOTE: Always ensure that the Food Processor
Deluxe is disconnected from the power outlet and
operating dial is turned to ‘0’ before assembling or
disassembling the Food Processor Deluxe.
Correct locking procedure of the
Blender Drive Cover
Place cover over drive with the arrow
on the drive cover aligned to the align
arrow
on the motor cover.Turn
clockwise until the arrow on the drive
cover is aligned with lock arrow
on the motor cover.
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USING THE PROCESSING
BLADE/DISCS
All blades must be handled carefully
as they are sharp!
Push down
b.To remove disc, hold disk away and
place thumbs underneath disc at top
of disc marked “push up” and push
out.The disc may be tight for the first
few times.
Using the processing/mixing blade
a. Select either the processing or plastic
mixing blade
b. Place the processing /mixing blade over
the drive shaft and push down.
Using the slicing/grating discs.
a. Select the desired slicing/grating disc and
assemble into the disc holder.To fit the
stainless steel disc onto disc holder, fit
left side of disc (when writing is towards
you), with locating tab into holder, then
push right side down firmly until it locks
into place. Fit the end without the push
up marking in first.Then push the “push
up” side down firmly until it locks into
place.
Correct placement of the
processor lid
Locate tab
Place the lid on top of the bowl, align the
indicator line on the lid with the circle
on the bowl.
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To begin processing/slicing/grating turn the
‘Power Control Dial’ from the Off (0)
position to either the Low (1), Medium (2)
or High (3) speed, depending your
requirements.The speed can be changed
at any time during the process.
Turn the lid clockwise – moving the ‘lid
locking tab’ into the slot near the top of
the motor unit - until the indicator line on
the lid is aligned with the circle
on the
top of the bowl.
A “click” sound will be heard, to indicate is
correctly fitted.
For short bursts of power, whilst
processing, use the “PULSE” setting.
NOTE:The Food Processor Deluxe will not operate
unless the processing bowl, lid and blender drive
cover are correctly locked into position.
For slicing and grating – ensure that
the food items you want to slice or grate
are of a suitable size to be feed through
the food chute.
Place the food inside chute and push
down with the ‘food pusher’.
Insert
slot
NOTE! : Never push down any foods with your
hands and do not put your hands down the food
chute at any time during processing.
Lid
locking
tab
For using the processing blade: – with
the ingredients inside the processor bowl,
start the unit on low speed (1) moving to
higher speeds (2 or 3) if necessary. Before
commencing ensure that the ‘food pusher’
is in place to avoid splashing from the food
chute. Ingredients can be added through
the food chute whilst processing.
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If ingredients stick to the sides of the
processor bowl during processing, turn
the speed to the Off (0) position, switch
off at the power outlet, remove lid and
then push the food back onto the blades
using the plastic spatula to scrape down
the sides of the bowl.Then recommence
processing.
Ensure the speed dial is in the Off (0)
position.
Plug into a 230/240 volt power outlet.
Turn power on.
NOTE: Do not over fill the processor bowl past the
MAX line for solids and past the 750ml mark for
liquids. For greater quantities of liquids the blender
jug should be used.
The processor is now ready to use.
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When processing is complete, turn to the
Off (0) position.Wait until blades have
stopped rotating before removing the lid,
blades or processor bowl.
Align the arrow on the lower edge of
the blender jug with the align handle
arrow
on the motor cover.Turn the
blender jug clockwise until the arrow on
the blender is aligned with the lock handle
arrow
on the motor cover, a “click”
sound will be heard.
ASSEMBLY AND
OPERARTION OF THE
BLENDER
Your Food Processor Deluxe blender
features 2 safety locking devices.
NOTE: the blender will not operate unless:
1.The blender jug is correctly positioned
and LOCKED onto the motor base
2.The processor bowl AND lid are
correctly locked into place (refer to
previous instructions)
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NOTE:The food processor will not operate while
the blender jug is assembled to base. If processing
is required, remove the blender and fit the Blender
Drive Cover.
Ensure the speed dial is in the Off (0)
position.
Correct placement of the
blender jug
Unlock and remove the blender drive cover.
Plug into a 230/240 volt power outlet.
Turn power on.
The blender is now ready to use.
Place ingredients into the jug. Note do not
overfill the jug (ie/ above the MAX mark).
Firmly fit the lid to the top of the blender.
Ensuring that the ‘filler cap’ (inside the lid)
is correctly locked into position.
With your hand on top of the blender lid
initially, turn the ‘Power Control Dial’ from
the Off (0) position to either the Low (1),
Medium (2) or High (3) speed, depending
your requirements.The speed can be
changed at any time during blending.
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MAINTAINING YOUR
KAMBROOK FOOD
PROCESSOR DELUXE
For short bursts of power, use the
“PULSE” setting.
If ingredients stick to the sides of the jug
during blending, turn the speed dial to the
Off (0) position, switch off at the power
outlet, remove lid and then push the food
back onto the blades using the plastic
spatula to scrape down the sides of the
jug.Then replace lid and recommence
blending.
Always turn the power off at the power
outlet and then unplug before
disassembling any parts.
Wash the blender jug, lid, filler cap,
processor bowl, blades, food pusher in
warm soapy water after each use. Rinse
thoroughly and dry.
Ingredients can be added during blending
by removing the ‘filler cap’ and
placing/pouring additional ingredients
through the hole.
Do not soak steel parts.
The processing blade and slicing/grating
discs are extremely sharp! Use caution
when handling and storing these parts.
Always store the processing blade with
the protective covers provided.
Note: Do not overfill the blender jug above the
MAX mark.
This blender is not recommended for
blending dry ingredients.
Store the food 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.
When blending is complete, turn to the
Off (0) position.Wait until blades have
stopped rotating before removing the lid
or jug.
Never use an abrasive cleaner. Do not
place any parts in the dishwasher.
Wipe the motor base with a soft, damp
cloth.
DO NOT immerse the motor base, power
plug or cord in water or any other liquid.
THE STAINLESS STEEL
PROCESSING BLADE
The cutting edges of this blade are
extremely sharp, it should only ever be
held by the central plastic spindle.
ALWAYS store the blade with the
protective cover provided.
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CHOPPING
USE PROCESSING BLADE
INGREDIENTS
PROCEDURE
ONIONS,
VEGETABLES,
FRUITS,
COOKED MEATS
Cut ingredients into approximately 2.5cm cubes. Place in processing
bowl, up to 750g at a time. Process, using the PULSE switch 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 of fat and gristle, remove any bones. Cut into 2.5cm
cubes. Process up to 750g at a time on speeds 2-3, 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 processing
bowl and process on speeds 2-3, 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
CRUMBS
Quarter the slices of bread and break up the biscuits. Place them in
the processing bowl and process using speed 2. Process up to 11⁄2
loaves of bread, crusts removed, or 1 loaf with crusts, at a time.
Use stale bread for dry breadcrumbs.
NUTS (SHELLS
REMOVED)
Place up to 2 cups of nuts in the processing bowl at a time and
process using the PULSE switch. If chopped too finely the nuts will
become oily and eventually form a butter. Processing smaller
quantities at one time will ensure even chopping.
HARD CHEESES
To process hard cheese such as Parmesan, first cut the cheese into
2 cm cubes.Turn the Food Prcessor Deluxe onto speed 1, and
drop cubes of cheese down the feed tube, processing 200g at a time.
HARD BOILED
EGGS
Shell and halve the eggs before placing in the processing bowl.
Process using the PULSE switch.
PUREEING
USE PROCESSING BLADE
INGREDIENTS
PROCEDURE
COOKED SOUPS, Place up to 4 cups of mixture in the processing bowl and process
SAUCES
on speeds 2-3, until desired consistency is reached.
(1ltr OR LESS)
DIPS, SPREADS
Place ingredients in the processing bowl and process on speeds
2-3. If some ingredients are to remain in pieces, add them last and
mix in using the PULSE switch.
These may first be cooked in a saucepan. Process on speed 3 until
COOKED
VEGETABLES, FRUIT desired consistency is reached.
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MIXING
USE MIXING BLADE
INGREDIENTS
PROCEDURE
PACKET CAKES
Place all the ingredients in the processing bowl. Process for 5
seconds using speed 3, remove lid and scrape down the sides of
the bowl. Process for another 5-10 seconds.
BATTER –
Place all ingredients in the processing bowl and process on speeds
PIKELETS, CREPES, 2-3 until combined, scrape sides of the bowl down once during
PANCAKES
processing. Do not fill above the 750ml fill line.
QUICK MIX
CAKES
These are usually a melt and mix method. Add ingredients in the
order specified in the recipe. Be careful not to over mix.
SHORT CRUST
PASTRY AND
SCONES
Place the flour and butter in the processing bowl and process using
speed 2 until butter is rubbed in.With the motor running pour the
liquid down the feed tube 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 processing bowl and process
on speeds 2-3 until just combined. Remove lid, add the flour and
mix until just combined using the PULSE switch. Do not mix more
than 4 cups of flour at a time.
YEAST DOUGHS
Add ingredients in the order listed in the recipe. Add liquids
through the feed tube with the motor running.
NOTE! When mixing liquids with the processing blade, do not fill above the bowls 750ml fill line. Do not
use the highest speed 3 as liquids will spill over the bowl.
THE STAINLESS STEEL SLICING DISCS
For a wider choice of slicing options, we have included a thick and thin slicing disc.
For all foods, pack food into the feed tube 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 disc. Use speed 2-3 for best results.
NOTE! Either the thick or thin slicing disc can be used for the ingredients listed on next page.
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INGREDIENTS
PROCEDURE
ONIONS
Peel the onions and halve if too large to fit into the feed tube.
Place the onions in the feed tube, cut edge down. Process, exerting
firm pressure on the food pusher.
CARROTS,
ZUCCHINI,
EGGPLANT,
BANANAS
Prepare the foods in the usual way. For rings arrange foods
vertically in the feed rube, cutting them so they are even in height.
For slices arrange foods horizontally in the feed tube.
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 tube. Process using firm
pressure on the food pusher.
MUSHROOMS
Wipe the mushrooms and pack in the feed tube on their sides.
Process using firm pressure on the feed pusher.
APPLES, PEACHES Peel if desired, remove the stone and quarter the fruit. Lie the
quarters on their sides in the feed tube and process using firm
pressure of the food pusher.
BEANS
Prepare the beans. Cut into lengths and pack horizontally into the
feed tube. Process using firm pressure on the food pusher.
CHEESE
Cut the cheese into pieces large enough to just fit the feed tube.
Process using light pressure on the feed tube to prevent cheese
crumbling.
CABBAGE
Cut cabbage into wedges to fit feed tube 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 tube. Process using firm pressure.
RAW MEAT, FISH,
CHICKEN
Trim meat of fat and gristle and cut to fit snugly in the feed tube.
Freeze until partly frozen. Process using firm pressure.
COOKED MEATS, Pack the feed tube snugly placing meat in the feed tube vertically.
CABANOSSI,
Process using firm pressure. For more even slicing remove sausage
SALAMI
skins first.
CUCUMBERS
Trim the ends of the cucumber and cut into lengths to fit the tube
vertically. If the cucumber is too wide, scoring it length wise with a
fork will make it more pliable.
POTATOES
Peel the potatoes and cut into pieces if necessary to fit the feed
tube. Process using firm pressure.
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THE STAINLESS STEEL COARSE GRATING DISC
For a wider choice of grating options we have included a coarse grating disc as well as a
fine grating disc.
For all foods, pack the tube 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 discs.
INGREDIENTS
PROCEDURE
ONIONS,
POTATOES
Pack into the feed tube and process using firm pressure.
Peel and cut into pieces if necessary to fit the feed tube.
CARROTS,
ZUCCHINI,
CUCUMBER
Prepare the vegetables and pack into the feed tube. Packing vertically
will give shorter shreds than packing horizontally. Process using
firm pressure.
CHEESE
Cut the cheese to fit the feed tube snugly. Process using a light
pressure on the food pusher to prevent the cheese crumbling.
THE STAINLESS STEEL FINE GRATING DISC
Use speed 2 for best results
ALWAYS use the food pusher when using grating discs.
INGREDIENTS
PROCEDURE
CHOCOLATE
Break chocolate into pieces to fit the feed tube and process using
firm pressure.
PARMESAN
CHEESE
Cut the cheese to fit the feed tube snugly. Process using light
pressure on the food pusher to prevent the cheese crumbling.
ONIONS
Peel the onions and chop into halves. Place onions in the feed tube,
cut edge down. Process using firm pressure
GARLIC AND
GINGER
Peel and place minimum 250g into the feed tube and process using
firm pressure. Note : If small quantities are used, they may block
the holes in the grating disc.To help wash the ingredients through,
pour 1⁄4 cup olive oil (for garlic) or 1⁄4 cup sherry (for ginger) down
feed tube. Excess amount can be stored for later use.
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THE STAINLESS STEEL CHIPPING DISC
The chipping disc makes french fries from potatoes and also pumpkin or kumera (sweet
potato) for something a bit different.
ALWAYS use the food pusher when using the chipping disc.
INGREDIENTS
PROCEDURE
POTATOES,
KUMERA,
PUMPKIN
Prepare the vegetables, pack into the feed tube and process using
firm pressure.
THE BLENDER JUG
INGREDIENTS
PROCEDURE
DRINKS,
MILKSHAKES
Fill the jug to at least 1⁄4 full. Remember to leave room to allow froth
to form as the drink is aerated.
SOUPS, SAUCES
(PUREEING LESS
THAN 1 LITRE)
Place mixture in the jug and blend on speeds 2-3, until desired
consistency.
MAYONNAISE,
MARINADES,
DRESSINGS
Pour oil into the jug gradually through the opening in lid, with
motor running. Blend on speed 2.
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RECIPES ON THE RUN
Using the processing blade on
speed 3
AVOCADO CREAM DIP
Uses : Nacho’s, Mezze Plate
1. Place all ingredients in the processing
bowl and process until smooth.
1 ripe avocado, peeped and chopped
11⁄2 tablespoons lemon juice
PANFRIED LAMB WITH SUNDRIED TOMATOES
Serves 6
1
⁄2 teaspoon salt
6 lamb leg steaks
11⁄2 teaspoons Worcestershire sauce
1 tablespoon olive oil
1
⁄4 cup sour cream
2 cloves garlic, crushed
125g cream cheese
Using the processing blade on
speeds 2-3
SUN-DRIED TOMATO SAUCE
Uses: soup base, base of salad dressing,
pasta, sauce for beef, pork, lamb and
chicken
1. Place all ingredients into the processing
bowl and process on speeds 2-3 until
mixture is pureed and shallots are finely
chopped.
⁄3 cup drained sun-dried tomatoes,
chopped
4 shallots, sliced
2
⁄3 cup pitted black olives
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2. Serve with corn chips or vegetable
strips (vegetable strips can be made using
the chopping blade).
2 cloves garlic, crushed
11⁄2 tablespoons olive oil
2 teaspoons fresh oregano, chopped
HOMMOS
Serves 6
1. Heat oil in a heavy based frypan, add
lamb and garlic.
Uses: Dip, sauce, spread, thickener
2. Cook lamb for 2-3 minutes each side.
2 cups chick peas, canned or precooked
3. Serve with sun-dried tomato sauce
2 cloves garlic, peeled
SUN-DRIED TOMATO SAUCE
Using the processing blade on
speed 3
2 tablespoons plain yogurt
1 teaspoon paprika
1 teaspoon tahini
1. Place sun-dried tomatoes, olives, garlic
and olive oil in the processing bowl and
process until pureed and well combined.
Stir oregano through the sauce, heat
through and pour over lamb steaks.
1 tablespoon olive oil
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GRILLED CHICKEN WITH PESTO
Serves 6
Using the thick slicing disc on
speed 3
1. Slice leeks, onions and potatoes using
the thick slicing disc.
Pesto uses: on chicken, lamb, potatoes, pasta
6 chicken breast fillets, skin removed
2. Melt butter in a saucepan and sauté
leeks and onions until tender.
PESTO
3. Add potatoes, chicken stock, salt and
pepper and simmer for 10 minutes. Allow
to cool.
1 bunch basil
60g pinenuts
2 cloves garlic, roughly chopped
60g fresh Parmesan cheese, grated
Using the processing blade on
speed 3
1
⁄2 cup olive oil.
4. Blend the soup in the processing bowl
until smooth, in two batches.
1. Grill chicken fillets and serve hot with
fresh pesto.
5. Return the soup to saucepan, stir
through cream and reheat gently.
PESTO
Using the processing blade on
speed 3
1. Place basil, pinenuts, garlic and Parmesan
in the processing bowl, process until well
combined.
6. Do not allow to boil.
PUMPKIN AND CUMIN SOUP
Serves 6
500g butternut pumpkin, peeled and
roughly chopped
2 potatoes, peeled and roughly chopped
2. Using speed 1 with the motor running,
gradually add the olive oil and process
until well combined.
2 onions, peeled and quartered
3 cups stock, vegetable or chicken
2 teaspoons ground cumin
SOUPS
pinch of salt
POTATO AND LEEK SOUP
Serves 6
Sour cream and chives to serve
Using the processing blade on speed 3
3 leeks, washed and tops removed
1. Place all ingredients in a saucepan and
simmer for 15 minutes or until pumpkin is
tender. Allow to cool.
2 onions, peeled
3 large potatoes, peeled and roughly
chopped
60g butter
2. Pour cooked ingredients into the
processing bowl and process speed 3 until
smooth.
5 cups chicken stock
3. Serve with sour cream and chives.
salt and pepper to taste
⁄4 cup cream
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PRAWN LAKSA
Serves 4
5. Place noodles and sprouts in serving
bowl and spoon laksa over the top.
125g fresh ginger, peeled and roughly
chopped
TABOULI
Serves 8
2 small red chillies, seeds removed
2
4 stalks lemon grass, peeled and roughly
chopped
11⁄2 cups parsley sprigs
⁄3 cup cracked wheat
⁄4 cup mint leaves
3
⁄3 bunch coriander
1
1 clove garlic, chopped
3 cloves garlic, peeled
3 large tomatoes, quartered
3 tablespoons peanut oil
1 medium onion, peeled and quartered
1 teaspoon shrimp paste
⁄4 cup olive oil
1
2 tablespoons green curry powder
⁄4 cup lemon juice
1
500g green king prawns, shelled and
deveined
1. Cover cracked wheat with boiling water
and stand for 15 minutes. Drain and pat
dry with paper towel.
3 cups/750ml coconut milk
500g packet Asian style noodles, cooked
(follow directions on packet)
Use the processing blade on speed 3
1. Place parsley, mint and garlic into
processing bowl and process until finely
chopped.
200g fresh bean sprouts
Using the processing blade on
speed 3
3. Add oil, lemon juice and cracked wheat
and pulse until combined.
1. Place ginger, chillies, lemongrass,
coriander into processing bowl.
COLESLAW
Serves 8-10
2. Process until ingredients are finely
chopped.
6 sticks celery
3. Heat oil in a saucepan and add the
processed herbs, shrimp paste and curry
powder. Cook stirring over a moderate
heat for 4-5 minutes until mixture has
softened.
8 shallots
⁄4 red cabbage, separate leaves and roll
into bundles
1
⁄4 white cabbage, separate leaves and roll
into bundles
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4. Add prawns and coconut milk. Cook
gently until prawns are opaque and
cooked through.
4 carrots, peeled
18
3 green apples, cored and quartered
30g butter or margarine
1 red capsicum
2 tablespoons plain flour
11⁄2 cups mayonnaise
3
Using the thick slicing disc on
speed 2
1
⁄4 cup milk
⁄2 cup cream
1 x 450g packet instant lasagne sheets
1. Slice celery, shallots and cabbage, place
into large bowl
Using processing blade on speed 3
Using the coarse grating disc on
speed 2
1. Place steak, onion and garlic in
processing bowl and process until finely
chopped.
2. Process carrots and place in bowl with
cabbage.
2. Heat oil in a frypan and add meat
mixture. Cook until browned, add
tomatoes, tomato paste and herbs. Allow
to simmer for 20 minutes.
Using the processing blade on
speed 2
3. Pulse apple & capsicum until roughly
chopped.
CHEESE SAUCE
Using the coarse grating disc on
speed 3
4. Add mixture to the cabbage. Place
mayonnaise into bowl with cabbage and
combine well.
1. Grate tasty cheese
2. Melt butter in a small saucepan. Add
flour, stir until smooth, cook for 1 minute.
5. Refrigerate before serving.
LASAGNE
Serves 4-6
3. Add milk and cream stirring over
medium heat until sauce boils and
thickens. Simmer for 3 minutes, add
cheese and stir until cheese melts.
500g chuck steak, cubed
1 onion, peeled and quartered
440g can tomatoes
4. Place 1/2 of the meat sauce in the base
of the lasagne dish. Pour 1/2 of the cheese
sauce over the top. Assemble lasagne
sheets over the cheese sauce and then
repeat the procedure.
2 tablespoons tomato paste
5. Bake in moderate oven for 20 minutes.
2 cloves garlic
2 tablespoons vegetable oil
1 tablespoon mixed herbs
CHEESE SAUCE
90g tasty cheese
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FISH AND PRAWN CAKES WITH
PEANUT SAUCE
Makes 12
BASIC BUTTERCAKE
185g butter or margarine, cubed
1 cup sugar
300g fish fillets
1
600g green prawns, peeled and deveined
3 eggs
1 tablespoon Penang curry paste
3 cups self-raising flour
⁄2 teaspoon vanilla
⁄4 cup milk
1
3
1 teaspoon ground black pepper
Using the mixing blade on speed 3
3 chillies, seeds removed
1. Place butter, sugar and vanilla into the
processing bowl and process until light
and fluffy.
⁄2 cup dessicated coconut
2 tablespoons brown sugar
Peanut Sauce
2.While motor is running, add eggs one at
a time through the feed tube, until well
combined. Gradually add remaining flour
and milk through the feed tube until
mixture is well combined (approx 1
minute).
1 teaspoon sesame oil
1 clove garlic, peeled and chopped
2 small red chillies, chopped
⁄2 cup crunchy peanut butter
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3. Remove the mixture from the bowl into
a well greased, deep 20cm square cake tin
and bake in moderate oven (180ºc) for
approximately 40 minutes or until golden
brown.
1 cup water
2 tablespoons soy sauce
⁄4 cup coconut milk
1
Using the processing blade on speed 2
1. Place fish and prawns in the processing
bowl and process until minced finely. Add
coconut, curry paste, pepper, chillies and
sugar and process until well combined.
Mould tablespoons of the mixture into
round patty shapes and grill or barbecue
until golden brown. Serve hot with peanut
sauce.
VARIATIONS
LIGHT SULTANA CAKE
Add 1-cup sultanas after the addition of
flour and milk, pulsing sultanas through
until just combined.
CHERRY CAKE
Add 125g diced glace cherries after the
addition of the flour and milk, pulsing
through until just combined.
Peanut Sauce
1. Heat sesame oil in saucepan. Add garlic
and chillies and sauté for 1 minute. Stir in
peanut butter, water and soy sauce. Heat
stirring until well combined and thickened.
Fold through coconut milk and serve.
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CHOCOLATE MUD CAKE
1 tablespoon white vinegar
POWER SHAKE
2 tablespoons cocoa powder
1 cup milk
1 teaspoon instant coffee
1 cup plain flour
2 tablespoons boiling water
1 cup self-raising flour
2 tablespoons sugar
1 cup castor sugar
1 egg
⁄4 cup cocoa
1 teaspoon wheat germ
1/2 teaspoon bicarbonate of soda
2 cups cold milk
125g butter or margarine
1. Dissolve cocoa and coffee in boiling
water. Combine with sugar, egg, wheat
germ and milk. Pour into blender jug.
Blend on speed 3, until smooth and frothy.
Serve immediately.
3
3 eggs
Using the mixing blade on speed 2
1. Add vinegar to milk and allow to stand
for 5 minutes.
BANANA SMOOTHIE
2 bananas, peeled and chopped
2. Place flour, sugar, cocoa and bicarbonate
of soda into the processing bowl and
process until combined. Add melted
butter, egg and milk and process until
smooth.
1 cup plain yoghurt
1 cup milk
⁄2 cup honey
1
3. Pour mixture into a greased 20cm ring
and bake in a moderate oven (180ºc) for
40 – 45 minutes or until cooked.
1. Place bananas, yoghurt, milk and honey
into the blender jug. Blend on speed 3
until well combined. Serve immediately.
MANGO SMOOTHIE
2 mangoes, peeled and sliced
CHEESY BREAD ROLLS
500g bread flour
11⁄2 cups plain yoghurt
310ml Tepid water
1 cup orange juice
1 tablespoon sunflower oil
1. Place mangoes, yoghurt and orange juice
into the blender jug. Blend on speed 3
until smooth. Serve immediately.
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon sugar
13⁄4 teaspoon dry yeast
150g grated cheese
1. Place the water, oil, and then all the dry
ingredients into the processing bowl with
the dough blade.
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2. Process using speed 3 for up to 15
seconds, adding more water if necessary
to form a ball.
Using the mixing blade on speed 2
1. Place the flour, salt and butter into the
processing bowl and process until mixture
resembles fine breadcrumbs.While the
motor is running, pour water down the
feed tube until mixture forms a ball
around blade.
3. Remove the dough from the bowl and
place onto a lightly floured surface to
knead.
4. Place the kneaded dough into a greased
glass bowl, cover with plastic wrap and
place in a warm position until the dough
has doubled in size. (Approximately 30-40
minutes).
2.Wrap the pastry in plastic wrap and
efrigerate for 15 minutes before using.
3. Use as desired.
SCONES
5. Remove the dough and cut into 4,
flatten the pieces and place some grated
cheese onto the dough; Fold the top
corner into the centre of the dough; then
fold each side to meet itself and roll
inwards to form a roll and place on a
greased baking tray.
Makes 18
3 cups self-raising flour
⁄4 teaspoon salt
1
45g butter or margarine
200ml milk
6. Place the tray in a warm position until
the rolls have doubled in size.
milk for glazing
Using the mixing blade on speed 1
7. Bake in a moderate oven (180º-200ºC)
for 15-20 minutes.
1. Place the flour and salt into the
processing bowl and process until well
combined. Add the butter and process
until mixture resembles fine breadcrumbs.
While motor is running, gradually pour the
required amount of milk down the feed
tube until mixture forms a ball around the
blade (approx 30 seconds), do not
overmix the dough as this will toughen the
scones.
NOTE! Other fillings can be incorporated in the
same way ie. pesto, mustard and grains
SHORTCRUST PASTRY
Makes sufficient to line a 20cm pie base
cover
2 cups flour
⁄2 teaspoon salt
1
125g butter or margarine
2. Place the dough on the floured board
and knead lightly. Cut into rounds with a
scone cutter. Place each close together on
a lightly greased oven slide. Glaze with
milk and bake in a hot oven (230º-250ºC)
for 12-15 minutes or until brown.
2 tablespoons water
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PIZZA DOUGH
Makes 1 large pizza or 2 medium pizzas
2 cups plain flour
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon sugar
7gms dried yeast
30g butter or margarine
1 egg
125mls warm milk
Using the processing or mixing blade
on speed 3
1. Place the flour, salt, sugar and yeast into
the processing bowl, add butter and egg,
process until well combined, gradually add
milk to combined dry ingredients down
the feed tube whilst the unit is running.
Process until well combined and the
dough forms a ball around the blade.
Remove the dough and knead lightly until
smooth and elastic. Shape the dough into a
ball, place in a bowl and cover and stand
for 30 minutes or until dough has doubled
in size.
2. Halve the dough and roll until the size
of the pizza tray. Spread the dough with
desired toppings.
3. Bake in hot oven for 20 minutes.
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KAMBROOK
12 MONTH
REPLACEMENT WARRANTY
KAMBROOK warrants the purchaser
against defects in workmanship and material,
for a period of 12 months from the date of
purchase (3 months commercial use).
Guarantee and purchase receipt for this
product are to be retained as proof of
purchase and must be presented if making
a claim under the terms of the
KAMBROOK guarantee.
KAMBROOK reserves the right to
replace or repair the appliance within
the warranty period.
Warranty does not apply to any defect,
deterioration, loss or injury or damage
occasioned by, or as a result of the misuse
or abuse, negligent handling or if the
product has not been used in accordance
with the instructions.The guarantee
excludes breakages and consumable items
such as slicing and processing discs.
This warranty is void if there is evidence
of the product being tampered with by
unauthorised persons.
If the product includes one or a number
of accessories only the defective
accessory or product will be replaced.
In the event of KAMBROOK choosing to
replace the appliance, the guarantee will
expire at the original date, ie. 12 months
from the original purchase date.
In Australia, this KAMBROOK Guarantee
is additional to the conditions and
guarantees which are mandatory as
implied by the Trade Practises Act 1974
and State Territory legislation.
For service, spare parts or product
information in Australia, please call
KAMBROOK on the customer Service
Line (free call) 1800 800 634.
For service, spare parts or product
information in New Zealand, please
call KAMBROOK New Zealand,
Greenmount, Auckland Phone 0800 273 845
Fax 0800 288 513. For spare parts phone
0800 273 845.
If claiming under this guarantee the product
must be returned to freight prepaid.
YOUR PURCHASE RECORD (Please complete)
Attach a copy of purchase
receipt here.
DATE OF PURCHASE______________________________________________________
MODEL NUMBER ________________________________________________________
SERIAL NUMBER (If applicable) ______________________________________________
Please don’t return purchase record
unless you are making a claim
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