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ARTISAN™ FOODPROCESSOR
INSTRUCTIES EN RECEPTEN
ARTISAN™ Food processor
Instructions and Recipes
English
ROBOT MÉNAGER ARTISAN™
MODE D’EMPLOI ET RECETTES
ARTISAN™ FOOD PROCESSOR
Bedienungsanleitung und Rezepte
FOOD PROCESSOR ARTISAN™
ISTRUZIONI PER L’USO E RICETTE
PROCESADOR DE
ALIMENTOS ARTISAN™
INSTRUCCIONES Y RECETAS
ARTISAN™ MATBEREDARE
INSTRUKTIONER OCH RECEPT
ARTISAN™ FoodproSessor
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ARTISAN™ MONITOIMIKONE
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ARTISAN™ Food processor
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Models 5KFPM776 (shown),
5KFPM771, 5KFPM775
(not shown)
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Table of Contents
Food Processor Safety.......................................................................................................3
Electrical Requirements.....................................................................................................3
Important Safeguards.......................................................................................................4
Food Processor Features . .................................................................................................5
Preparing the Food Processor for Use
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Before First Use.........................................................................................................7
Work Bowl Assembly ................................................................................................7
Multipurpose Blade & Dough Blade Assembly ..........................................................8
Slicing & Shredding Disc Assembly ...........................................................................8
Mini Bowl Assembly..................................................................................................9
Chef’s Bowl Assembly ..............................................................................................9
Egg Whip Assembly & Use......................................................................................10
Citrus Press Assembly & Use....................................................................................10
Using the Food Processor
Before Use...............................................................................................................12
Food Pusher Interlock .............................................................................................12
Maximum Liquid Level . ..........................................................................................12
Turning the Food Processor On and Off ..................................................................12
Using the Pulse Control ..........................................................................................13
2-Piece Food Pusher ...............................................................................................13
Disassembling the Food Processor .................................................................................13
Care and Cleaning..........................................................................................................15
Troubleshooting . ...........................................................................................................16
Food Processing Tips.......................................................................................................17
Using the Multipurpose Blade.................................................................................17
Using a Slicing or Shredding Disc............................................................................18
Using the Dough Blade............................................................................................19
Using the Egg Whip................................................................................................19
Helpful Hints...................................................................................................................20
Recipes...........................................................................................................................22
Warranty and Service Information
Household KitchenAid™ Food Processor Warranty....................................................27
Service Centers........................................................................................................27
Customer Service.....................................................................................................28
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Food Processor Safety
Your safety and the safety of others are very important.
We have provided many important safety messages in this manual and on your
appliance. Always read and obey all safety messages.
This is the safety alert symbol.
All safety messages will follow the safety alert symbol and either
the word “DANGER” or “WARNING.” These words mean:
Danger
You can be killed or seriously injured
if you don’t immediately follow
instructions.
Warning
You can be killed or seriously injured
if you don’t follow instructions.
All safety messages will tell you what the potential hazard is, tell you how to
reduce the chance of injury, and tell you what can happen if the instructions are
not followed.
Electrical Requirements
Models 5KFPM771, 5KFPM775,
5KFPM776:
WARNING
230-240 Volts A.C.
Hertz: 50 Hz
NOTE: Models 5KFPM771, 5KFPM775
and 5KFPM776 have a grounded plug.
To reduce the risk of electrical shock, this
plug will fit in an outlet only one way. If
the plug does not fit in the outlet, contact
a qualified electrician. Do not modify the
plug in any way.
Electrical Shock Hazard
Plug into a grounded 3 prong outlet.
Do not remove ground prong.
Do not use an extension cord. If the
power supply cord is too short, have a
qualified electrician or serviceman install
an outlet near the appliance.
Do not use an adapter.
Do not use an extension cord.
Failure to follow these instructions
can result in death, fire or electrical
shock.
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This symbol alerts you to potential hazards that can kill or hurt you
and others.
Important SafeGUARDS
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used but must be used only when the
Food Processor is not running.
9. Blades are sharp. Handle carefully.
10. To reduce the risk of injury, never place
cutting blade or discs on base without
first putting bowl properly in place.
11. Be certain cover is securely locked in
place before operating appliance.
12. Never feed food by hand. Always use
the food pusher.
13. Do not attempt to defeat the cover
interlock mechanism.
14. This product is designed for
household use only.
15. This 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.
16. Children should be supervised to
ensure that they do not play with the
appliance.
17. Switch off the appliance and
disconnect from supply before
changing accessories or approaching
parts that move in use.
When using electrical appliances, basic
safety precautions should always be
followed, including the following:
1. Read all instructions.
2. To protect against risk of electrical
shock do not put Food Processor in
water or other liquid.
3. Unplug from the outlet when not in
use, before putting on or taking off
parts, and before cleaning.
4. Avoid contacting moving parts.
5. Do not operate any appliance with a
damaged cord or plug, or after the
appliance malfunctions, or is dropped
or damaged in any manner. Return
appliance to the nearest Authorized
Service Facility for examination,
repair, or electrical or mechanical
adjustment.
6. The use of attachments not
recommended or sold by the
manufacturer may cause fire, electric
shock or injury.
7. Do not use outdoors.
8. Keep hands and utensils away
from moving blades or discs while
processing food to reduce the risk of
severe injury to persons or damage to
the Food Processor. A scraper may be
Save These Instructions
This appliance is marked according to the
European directive 2002/96/EC on Waste
Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE).
treated as household waste. Instead it shall
be handed over to the applicable collection
point for the recycling of electrical and
electronic equipment.
By ensuring this product is disposed of
correctly, you will help prevent potential
negative consequences for the environment
and human health, which could otherwise
be caused by inappropriate waste handling
of this product.
Disposal must be carried out in accordance
with local environmental regulations for
waste disposal.
For more detailed information about
treatment, recovery and recycling of this
product, please contact your local city
office, your household waste disposal
service or the shop where you purchased
the product.
The symbol
on the product, or on the
documents accompanying the product,
indicates that this appliance may not be
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Food Processor Features*
Fine (2 mm) Slicing Disc
Disc produces approximately
1.6 mm slices of most foods,
from delicate strawberries to
partially frozen meats.
2-Piece Food Pusher
For smaller items, remove the
small pusher from the central
tube in the large pusher. The
small pusher and feed tube
make it easy to process herbs,
nuts, single carrots and celery. The small
pusher can also be used as a convenient
115 ml measuring cup.
Medium (4 mm) Slicing Disc
Disc produces approximately
3.2 mm slices of most foods.
Medium (4 mm)
Shredding Disc
Disc produces approximately
3.2 mm shreds of most firm
fruits, vegetables, and cheese.
2.8-Liter Work Bowl
The tough polycarbonate
bowl provides capacity for
large jobs.
Julienne Disc
(included with models
5KFPM775 and 5KFPM776)
Slices potatoes, carrots, zucchini,
summer squash, and other firm fruits and
vegetables into true 3.5 mm x 2.5 mm
julienne matchsticks.
Chef’s Bowl
(included only with
model 5KFPM776)
Place the 2.4 liter Chef’s Bowl
inside the Work Bowl, and
slice or shred a food item while keeping the
Work Bowl clean for another ingredient.
*Depending on the model you have purchased, some features
shown may not be included.
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Mini Bowl and Mini Blade
950 ml bowl and stainless
steel blade are perfect for small
chopping and mixing jobs.
Work Bowl Cover
with Ultra Wide Mouth
Feed Tube
One of the industry’s
largest, the ultra wide
mouth feed tube
accommodates large items – like
tomatoes, cucumbers, and potatoes – with
a minimum of sectioning or slicing.
Food Processor Features*
Heavy-Duty Base
The base features the
“O”, “I”, and Pulse
Buttons along with the
power shaft, which
rotates the blades and discs.
Disc Stem
Stem fits over the power shaft
on the base and into the bottom
of a slicing or shredding disc.
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Stainless Steel
Multipurpose Blade
Versatile blade chops, minces,
blends, mixes, and emulsifies in a matter
of seconds.
Spatula/Cleaning Tool
Special shape facilitates
food removal from
bowls, discs, and blades.
Dough Blade
The dough blade is specially
designed for mixing and kneading
yeast dough.
Chef’s Accessory Case
Stylish and durable slim-line case organizes
and protects blades, discs, and accessories
Egg Whip
The egg whip will quickly
whip cream and egg whites for
meringues, mousses, soufflés,
and desserts.
The accessory case included with models
5KFPM775 and 5KFPM776 is designed to
hold up to five discs. If an additional disc is
purchased, it can be stored in the case with
the original four discs included with these
two models.
Citrus Press
(included with models 5KFPM775
and 5KFPM776)
Press consists of a
Strainer Basket, 2-Piece
Cone, and Lever Arm.
Use the removable outer
cone for larger items, such as
grapefruit, and the inner cone
for lemons and limes.
5KFPM771
5KFPM775 &
5KFPM776
*Depending on the model you have purchased, some features
shown may not be included.
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Preparing the Food Processor for Use
4. Insert the desired accessory into
the work bowl. See pages 8–11 for
accessory instructions.
5. Place the work bowl cover on the work
bowl with the feed tube just to the left
of the work bowl handle. Grasp the
feed tube and turn the cover to the
right until it locks into place.
WARNING
Cut Hazard
Handle blades carefully.
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Failure to do so can result in cuts.
Before First Use
Before using your Food Processor for the
first time, wash the work bowl, work
bowl cover, chef’s bowl, mini bowl, feed
tube pushers, discs, and blades either by
hand or in the dishwasher (see “Care and
Cleaning” on page 15).
Work Bowl Assembly
1. Place the Food Processor base on a
dry, level countertop with the controls
facing forward. Do not plug in the unit
until it is completely assembled.
2. With the handle just to the left of
center, place the work bowl on the
base, fitting the center opening over
the power shaft.
3. Grasp the work bowl handle and turn
the bowl to the right until it locks
into position.
NOTE: To avoid damage to the work
bowl, do not attach the cover to the work
bowl before the work bowl is locked on to
the base.
6. Fit the 2-piece food pusher into the
feed tube.
O
I
Pulse
A R T
I S A
N
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Preparing the Food Processor for Use
WARNING
WARNING
Cut Hazard
Handle blades carefully.
Failure to do so can result in cuts.
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Multipurpose Blade and
Dough Blade Assembly
Electrical Shock Hazard
Plug into a grounded 3 prong outlet.
Place the blade on the power shaft.
Rotate the blade so it falls into place on
the shaft.
Do not remove ground prong.
Do not use an adapter.
Do not use an extension cord.
Failure to follow these instructions
can result in death, fire or electrical
shock.
7. Plug into a proper electrical outlet (see
“Electrical Requirements” on page 3).
NOTE: Your Food Processor will not
operate unless the work bowl and work
bowl cover are properly locked on the
base, and the pusher is inserted to the
maximum fill line on the feed tube.
To avoid damage to the work bowl, do
not remove the work bowl from the base
without first removing the work bowl cover.
Slicing and Shredding Disc Assembly
1. Place the disc stem on the power shaft.
Off
On
Pulse
Off
On
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Pulse
Preparing the Food Processor for Use
WARNING
Cut Hazard
Handle blades carefully.
2. Fit the disc over the metal pin on the
disc stem with the raised-blade side
up. The disc has a raised nub on the
top and grooves underneath to help
align it properly. Rotate the disc until it
falls fully onto the stem.
3. To remove the mini bowl after
processing, lift the bowl using the two
finger grips located along the top edge
of the bowl.
Off
On
Pulse
Mini Bowl Assembly
Off
1. Place the mini bowl inside the work
bowl over the power shaft. Rotate the
mini bowl until it falls into place. When
properly seated in the work bowl, the
mini bowl cannot be rotated.
On
Pulse
Chef’s Bowl Assembly (5KFPM776)
Place the chef’s bowl inside the work
bowl over the power shaft. Rotate the
chef’s bowl until it falls into place. When
properly seated in the work bowl, the
chef’s bowl cannot be rotated.
The chef’s bowl can only be used with
the slicing and shredding discs – the
multipurpose blade cannot be used. To
remove the chef’s bowl after processing,
lift the bowl using the two finger grips
located along the top edge of the bowl.
Off
On
Pulse
2. Fit the mini blade on the power shaft.
It may be necessary to rotate the blade
until it falls into place.The mini bowl can
also be placed in the chef’s bowl in a
similar manner.
Off
On
Pulse
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Failure to do so can result in cuts.
Preparing the Food Processor for Use
5. Place the work bowl cover on the work
bowl with the feed tube just to the left
of the handle. Make sure the center
pin of the egg whip fits into the center
opening of the cover. Grasp the feed
tube and turn the cover to the right to
lock it into place. Insert the pusher into
the feed tube. The egg whip is now
ready to operate.
6. Press the “I” Button and whip
ingredients to the desired texture and
volume. Press the “O” Button when
finished.
Egg Whip Assembly and Use
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The egg whip is designed to whip egg
whites or heavy cream to create toppings
or soft meringues. For the best results, at
least 237 ml (125 g/1 cup) of heavy cream
or 3 egg whites should be whipped at a
time. Whipping smaller quantities may not
result in maximum volume.
To assemble:
The egg whip consists of 4 pieces –
the egg whip stem, stem cover, whip
paddle, and cap.
To disassemble:
1. Unplug the base from the electrical
outlet. Remove the work bowl cover
with a clockwise turn.
2. Lift the egg whip assembly off the
power shaft. Remove whipped
ingredients from the work bowl.
3. Pull the cap from the egg whip
assembly. Push downward on the stem
pin to remove stem from the stem
cover. Turn the egg whip paddle to
unlock, and slide the paddle from the
stem cover.
Cap
Stem
Cover
Whip
Paddle
Citrus Press Assembly and Use
(5KFPM775 and 5KFPM776)
1. Position and lock the work bowl on the
base.
2. Place the strainer basket in the bowl
with the locking clip to the left of the
work bowl handle.
3. Turn the basket counter-clockwise until
the clip locks into the handle.
Stem
1. Place the egg whip stem on the power
shaft. Slowly turn the stem until it
drops fully onto the shaft.
2. Align the L-shaped notch on the whip
paddle with the small post on the stem
cover, and slide the paddle onto the
cover. Turn slightly to lock paddle.
3. Fit the stem cover and paddle over the
egg whip stem. Push downward to
engage the ridges of the stem with the
gears of the paddle.
4. Fit the egg whip cap over the egg whip
stem. Push downward to lock it into
place.
Off
Pulse
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On
9.Operate the citrus press by pressing
the “I” Button or the “Pulse” Button.
10.When juice is fully extracted, press the
“O” Button.
NOTE: Do not exceed the maximum liquid
level line (see page 12) on the work bowl,
or juice will leak from the bowl.
11.Unplug the Food Processor.
12.Unlock the strainer basket by turning
it clockwise. Remove juiced fruit, cone,
and strainer basket from the work
bowl.
13.Remove the work bowl from Food
Processor and pour juice into desired
container.
14. The lever arm can be unclipped from
the strainer basket for thorough
cleaning. To detach, pull the clip at the
bottom of the basket away from the
basket side and remove the lever arm
from the basket.
15. When reattaching the lever arm to the
strainer basket, make sure the tab on the
handle snaps securely into the slot on
the basket.
4. The 2-piece cone offers two sizes;
choose the right size for the fruit you
are juicing. Use the outer cone for
grapefruit, oranges and other large
fruits. Remove the outer cone to reveal
a smaller inner cone that’s perfect for
lemons and limes.
5. Open the lid and place the cone inside
the strainer basket over the power
shaft. It may be necessary to rotate the
cone until it falls into place.
6. Halve the fruit to be juiced.
7. Place fruit half on cone.
8. Close the lid of the strainer basket.
Hold the lever arm down firmly with an
open palm to maintain even pressure.
Operate the citrus press only when
the lever arm is in the down position,
holding the fruit on the cone.
Off
Pulse
On
NOTE: Use of the citrus press without the
clip-on lever arm is not recommended. If
you do use it without the lever arm, remove
the lever arm from the basket (see step 14).
Off
Pulse
On
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Preparing the Food Processor for Use
Using the Food Processor
Maximum Liquid Level
WARNING
This line on the work bowl indicates
the maximum level of liquid that can be
processed by the Food Processor.
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Rotating Blade Hazard
Always use food pusher.
Keep fingers out of openings.
Keep away from children.
Turning the Food Processor
“I” and “O”
Failure to do so can result in
amputation or cuts.
1. To turn on the Food Processor, press the
“I” Button. The unit will run continuously
and the indicator light will glow.
Before Use
Before operating the Food Processor, be
sure the work bowl, blades, and work bowl
cover are properly assembled on the Food
Processor base (see “Preparing the Food
Processor for Use” starting on page 7).
O
I
Food Pusher Interlock
Pulse
A R T
I SA
N
The large food pusher is part of the safety
interlock system. The Food Processor will
not run unless the large pusher is inserted
to the maximum fill line on the feed tube.
2. To stop the Food Processor, press the
“O” Button. The indicator light will go
out and an automatic brake will stop
the action of the blade or disk within
seconds.
3. Wait until the blade or disk comes to
a complete stop before removing the
work bowl cover. Be sure to turn off
the Food Processor before removing
the work bowl cover, or before
unplugging the Food Processor.
NOTE: If the Food Processor fails to
operate, make sure the work bowl and
cover are properly locked on the base,
and the food pusher is inserted to the
maximum fill line on the feed tube (see
“Preparing the Food Processor for Use“
starting on page 7).
For continuous operation, insert the
large pusher completely into the ultra
wide mouth feed tube and use the small
food pusher (see page 13 for a complete
description).
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Using the Food Processor
The pulse control allows precise control of
the duration and frequency of processing.
It’s great for jobs which require a light
touch. Just press and hold the “Pulse”
Button to start processing, and release it to
stop. The indicator light will glow each time
the “Pulse” Button is pressed.
Small
Food Pusher
The 2-Piece
Food Pusher
2-Piece
Food Pusher
For continuous
processing of smaller
items, insert the
2-piece food pusher
into the feed tube,
then turn the small
center pusher
clockwise to unlock
Large
Food Pusher
Disassembling the Food Processor
1. Press the “O” Button.
2. Unplug the Food Processor before
disassembling.
3. Turn the work bowl cover to the left
and remove.
WARNING
Cut Hazard
Handle blades carefully.
Failure to do so can result in cuts.
NOTE: If you have difficulty removing the
pusher from the feed tube, it is likely that
food particles have become lodged in the
interlock system. To free the pusher, soak
the work bowl cover in warm water or
wash it in a dishwasher.
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and remove. Use the center feed tube and
pusher to process small or slender items,
or to add liquid while the Food Processor
is running. When not using the small feed
tube, lock the small pusher into place by
turning it counter-clockwise.
Using the Pulse Control
Disassembling the Food Processor
4. If using a disc, remove it before
removing the bowl. Place two fingers
under each side of the disc and lift it
straight up. Remove the disc stem.
6. Turn the work bowl to the left to unlock
it from the base. Lift to remove.
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O
I
5. If using the mini bowl or chef’s bowl,
grasp and remove the bowl using the
finger grips located along the top edge
of the bowl.
Pulse
A R T
I S A
N
Off
On
Pulse
7. The multipurpose blade can be
removed from the work bowl before
the contents are emptied. The blade
can also be held in place as you remove
food: grasp the work bowl from the
bottom and place one finger through
the center opening to grip the blade
shaft. Then remove food from the bowl
and blade with a spatula.
Off
On
Pulse
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Care and Cleaning
5. To prevent damage to the interlock
system, always store the work bowl
and work bowl cover in the unlocked
position when not in use.
WARNING
Cut Hazard
Handle blades carefully.
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Failure to do so can result in cuts.
1. Press the “O” Button.
2. Unplug the Food Processor before
cleaning.
3. Wipe the base and cord with a warm,
sudsy cloth, and wipe clean with a damp
cloth. Dry with a soft cloth. Do not use
abrasive cleansers or scouring pads.
4. All the other parts of the Food Processor
are dishwasher safe. Be sure to load
them away from exposed heating
elements in the dishwasher. If washing
the Food Processor parts by hand,
avoid the use of abrasive cleansers
or scouring pads. They may scratch
or cloud the work bowl and cover.
Thoroughly dry all parts after washing.
O
I
Pulse
ART
ISA
N
6. Wrap the power cord around the work
bowl. Secure the plug by clipping it to
the cord.
7. Disassembled discs, shafts, and blades
should be stored in the provided
storage case, and in a location out of
the reach of children.
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5KFPM775 &
5KFPM776
Troubleshooting
• If your Food Processor should fail to
slice or shred when using the disc:
– Make sure the raised-blade side of the
disc is positioned face up on the disc
stem. The disc has a raised nub on the
top and grooves underneath to help
align it properly.
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• If your Food Processor should fail to
operate, check the following:
– Make sure the work bowl and work bowl
cover are properly locked on the base,
and the food pusher is inserted to the
maximum fill line on the feed tube.
– See if the Food Processor is plugged into
a proper electrical outlet (see “Electrical
Requirements” on page 3). If it is,
unplug the Food Processor, then plug it
into the same outlet again.
• If your Food Processor lid won't
close when using the disc:
– Make sure the disc is installed correctly
with the raised nub on top, and is
positioned properly on the disc stem.
WARNING
• If the Food Processor shuts off
while it is running:
– The Food Processor may be overheated. If
the motor exceeds a certain temperature,
it will automatically shut off to prevent
damage. This should be an extremely
rare occurrence. If it happens, press the
“O” Button and wait 15 minutes for the
Food Processor to cool before resuming.
If the Food Processor still refuses to run,
wait an additional 15 minutes for the Food
Processor to cool.
Electrical Shock Hazard
Plug into a grounded 3 prong outlet.
Do not remove ground prong.
• If you have difficulty removing the
food pusher from the feed tube:
– Food particles are probably lodged in the
interlock system. To free the pusher, soak
the work bowl cover in warm water or
wash it in a dishwasher.
Do not use an adapter.
Do not use an extension cord.
Failure to follow these instructions
can result in death, fire or electrical
shock.
If the problem cannot be corrected
with the steps in this section, see the
KitchenAid warranty and after sales service
section on pages 27-28. Do not return the
Food Processor to the retailer – they do
not provide service.
If the Food Processor still does not work,
check the fuse or circuit breaker on the
electrical circuit the Food Processor is
connected to and make sure the circuit
is closed.
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Food Processing Tips
To mince garlic or to chop fresh herbs
or small quantities of vegetables:
Using the
Multipurpose Blade
To chop fresh fruits or vegetables:
Peel, core, and/or remove seeds. Cut food
in 2.54 to 3.81 cm pieces. Process food
to desired size, using short pulses, 1 to 2
seconds each time. Scrape sides of bowl, if
necessary.
To chop nuts or make
nut butters:
Process up to 375 g (3 cups) of nuts to
desired texture, using short pulses, 1
to 2 seconds each time. For a coarser
texture, process smaller batches, pulsing
1 or 2 times, 1 to 2 seconds each time.
Pulse more often for finer texture. For nut
butters, process continuously until smooth.
Store in refrigerator.
To puree cooked fruits and vegetables
(except potatoes):
Add 60 ml (1⁄4 cup) liquid from recipe per
cup of food. Process food, using short
pulses, until finely chopped. Then process
continuously until reaching desired texture.
Scrape sides of bowl, if necessary.
To chop cooked or raw meat, poultry
or seafood:
To prepare mashed potatoes:
The food should be very cold. Cut in
2.54 cm pieces. Process up to 450 g at a
time to desired size, using short pulses,
1 to 2 seconds each time. Scrape sides of
bowl, if necessary.
Insert chef’s bowl (5KFPM776) into the
work bowl. Using the shredding disc,
shred hot, cooked potatoes. Remove
the chef’s bowl with potatoes. Place
multipurpose blade in work bowl, and add
shredded potatoes, softened butter, milk,
and seasonings. Pulse 3 to 4 times, 2 to 3
seconds each time, until milk is absorbed
and texture is smooth. Do not overprocess.
For food processor models other than the
5KFPM776, the work bowl may be used
for the entire process.
To make bread, cookie, or
cracker crumbs:
Break food into 3.8 to 5 cm pieces.
Process until fine. For larger pieces, pulse 2
to 3 times, 1 to 2 seconds each time. Then
process until fine.
To melt chocolate in a recipe:
To chop dried (or sticky) fruits:
Combine chocolate and sugar from recipe
in work bowl. Process until finely chopped.
Heat liquid from recipe. With processor
running, pour hot liquid through the small
feed tube. Process until smooth.
The food should be cold. Add 30 g (1⁄4 cup)
flour from recipe per 60 g (1⁄2 cup) dried
fruit. Process fruit, using short pulses, until
reaching desired texture.
To finely chop citrus peel:
With sharp knife, peel colored portion
(without white membrane) from citrus.
Cut peel in small strips. Process until
finely chopped.
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With processor running, add food through
the small feed tube. Process until chopped.
For best results, make sure work bowl and
herbs are very dry before chopping.
Food Processing Tips
To slice or shred fruits or vegetables
that are long and relatively small in
diameter, such as celery, carrots, and
bananas:
To grate hard cheeses, such as
Parmesan and Pecorino:
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Never attempt to process cheese that
cannot be pierced with the tip of a sharp
knife. You can use the multi-purpose
blade to grate hard cheeses. Cut cheese
in 2.54 cm pieces. Place in work bowl.
Process, using short pulses, until coarsely
chopped. Process continuously until finely
grated. Pieces of cheese can also added
through the small feed tube while the
processor is running.
Cut food to fit feed tube
vertically or horizontally,
and pack feed tube
securely to keep food
positioned properly.
Process using even
pressure. Or use the small feed tube in
the two-piece food pusher. Position food
vertically in the tube and use the small food
pusher to process food.
Using a Slicing or
Shredding Disc
To slice or shred fruits and vegetables
that are round, such as onions,
apples, and green peppers:
NOTE: When cutting and
packing food items in the
ultra wide mouth feed tube, do not exceed
the maximum fill line. This will permit the
pusher to engage the interlock and the
unit to operate.
Peel, core, and/or remove seeds. Cut in
halves or quarters to fit feed tube. Position
in feed tube. Process, using even pressure.
To slice or shred fruits and vegetables
that are small, such as strawberries,
mushrooms, and radishes:
To cut julienne, or match stick, strips
of vegetables and fruits:
Cut food to fit feed tube
horizontally. Position food
horizontally in feed tube.
Process, using even pressure
to make plank-like slices.
Re-stack slices and position
vertically or horizontally in
feed tube. Process, using
even pressure.
Position food vertically or horizontally in
layers within the feed tube. Fill feed tube
in order to keep food positioned properly,
but do not exceed the maximum fill line.
Process, using even pressure. Or use the
small feed tube in the two-piece food
pusher. Position food vertically in the tube
and use the small food pusher to process
food.
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Food Processing Tips
The dough blade is specially
designed for mixing and
kneading yeast dough quickly
and thoroughly. One minute or less of
operating time is all that is needed to form
a dough ball. Processing longer than one
minute will make the dough come apart
and stick to the sides of the bowl. For the
best results, do not knead recipes which use
more than 250 to 375 g (2-3 cups) of flour.
Stack leaves. Roll
up and stand
up in feed tube.
Process, using
even pressure
To slice uncooked meat or poultry,
such as stir-fry meats:
Cut or roll food to fit feed tube. Wrap
and freeze food until hard to the touch,
30 minutes to 2 hours, depending on
thickness of food. Check to be sure you
can still pierce food with the tip of a
sharp knife. If not, allow to thaw slightly.
Process, using even pressure.
USING THE EGG WHIP
To make soft egg white
meringue:
Food should be very cold. Cut in pieces to
fit feed tube. Process food using firm, even
pressure.
Place 3 egg whites and 1⁄4 teaspoon cream
of tartar in work bowl fitted with egg
whip. Process until foamy, about 30 to 45
seconds. With processor running, slowly
add 40 g (1⁄3 cup) sugar through the small
feed tube. Process until stiff peaks form,
about 21⁄2 to 3 minutes. Stop processor as
necessary to check texture of mixture.
To shred firm and soft cheeses:
To whip cream:
Firm cheese should be very cold. For
best results with soft cheeses, such as
mozzarella, freeze 10 to 15 minutes before
processing. Cut to fit feed tube. Process,
using even pressure.
Place heavy cream in work bowl fitted
with egg whip. Process 30 seconds. With
processor running, add 2 tablespoons
powdered sugar through the small feed
tube. Process just until soft peaks form,
about 30 to 40 seconds. Stop processor as
necessary to check texture of mixture. With
processor running, add 1⁄2 teaspoon vanilla,
if desired, through the small feed tube.
Process just until mixed. Do not overprocess.
To slice cooked meat or poultry,
including salami, pepperoni, etc.:
To slice or shred items that are
“pear-shaped” like sweet potatoes,
eggplant and squash:
Position food horizontally so that the
bigger/fatter side is to the left of the feed
tube when you are facing the unit. Process,
using even pressure on the food pusher.
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Using the Dough Blade
To shred
spinach and
other leaves:
Helpful Hints
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7.Soft and medium-hard cheese may
spread out or roll up on the shredding
disc. To avoid this, shred only wellchilled cheese.
8.Sometimes slender
foods, such as
carrots or celery,
fall over in the feed
tube, resulting in
an uneven slice. To
minimize this, cut
food in several pieces
and pack the feed tube with the food.
For processing small or slender items,
the small feed tube in the two-piece
food pusher will prove especially
convenient.
9.When preparing a cake or cookie
batter or quick bread, use the
multipurpose blade to cream fat and
sugar first. Add dry ingredients last.
Place nuts and fruit on top of flour
mixture to prevent overchopping.
Process nuts and fruits, using short
pulses, until blended with other
ingredients. Do not overprocess.
10.When shredded or sliced food piles
up on one side of the bowl, stop the
processor and redistribute the food
using a spatula.
11.When food quantity reaches the
bottom of a slicing or shredding disc,
remove the food.
12.A few larger pieces of food may
remain on top of the disc after slicing
or shredding. If desired, cut these by
hand and add to mixture.
13.Organize processing tasks to minimize
bowl cleanup. Process dry or firm
ingredients before liquid ingredients.
14.To clean ingredients from the multipurpose blade easily, just empty the
work bowl, replace the lid, and pulse 1
to 2 seconds to spin the blade clean.
1. To avoid damage to the blade or motor,
do not process food that is so hard or
firmly frozen that it cannot be pierced
with the tip of a sharp knife. If a piece
of hard food, such as a carrot, becomes
wedged or stuck on the blade, stop the
processor and remove the blade. Gently
remove food from the blade.
2. When cutting and packing food items
in the ultra wide mouth feed tube, do
not exceed the maximum fill line. This
will permit the pusher to engage the
interlock and the unit to operate.
3. Do not overfill work bowl or mini bowl.
For thin mixtures, fill work bowl up to
1
⁄2 to 2⁄3 full. For thicker mixtures, fill work
bowl up to 3⁄4 full. For liquids, fill up to
the maximum level as described on page
12. When chopping, the work bowl
should be no more than 1⁄3 to 1⁄2 full.
Use the mini bowl for up to 237 ml
(1 cup) of liquid or 63 g (1⁄2 cup) solids.
4. Position slicing discs so the cutting
surface is just to the right of the feed
tube. This allows the blade a full
rotation before contacting the food.
5. To capitalize on the speed of the
processor, drop ingredients to be
chopped through the small feed tube
while the processor is running.
6. Different foods require varying degrees
of pressure for best shredding and
slicing results. In general, use light
pressure for soft, delicate foods
(strawberries, tomatoes, etc.), moderate
pressure for medium foods (zucchini,
potatoes, etc.), and firmer pressure
for harder foods (carrots, apples, hard
cheeses, partially frozen meats, etc.).
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17. Your Food Processor is not designed to
perform the following functions:
•grind coffee beans, grains, or hard
spices
•grind bones or other inedible parts
of food
•liquefy raw fruits or vegetables
•slice hard-cooked eggs or unchilled
meats.
18.If any plastic parts should discolor due
to the types of food processed, clean
them with lemon juice.
15.After removing the work bowl cover,
place it upside down on the counter.
This will help keep the counter clean.
16.To remove the contents of the work
bowl without removing the multipurpose blade, grasp the work bowl
from the bottom and place one finger
through the center opening to hold the
blade in place. Then remove food from
the bowl and blade with a spatula.
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Helpful Hints
White Balsamic Vinaigrette
English
1 tablespoon fresh
basil leaves
1 tablespoon fresh
oregano leaves
1 clove garlic
3 tablespoons white
balsamic vinegar*
3 tablespoons white
wine vinegar*
1⁄2 teaspoon salt
1⁄4 teaspoon dry
mustard
1⁄8 teaspoon ground red
pepper
180 ml (3⁄4 cup) extra
virgin olive oil
Position mini bowl and mini blade in work bowl. With
processor running, add basil, oregano, and garlic through
the small feed tube. Process until chopped, 5 to 8 seconds.
Scrape sides of bowl. With processor running, add balsamic
vinegar, wine vinegar, salt, mustard, and red pepper. Process
until mixed, about 5 seconds. With processor running,
slowly drizzle oil through the small feed tube. Process until
smooth and thick. Serve with green salads.
Yield: 8 servings (2 tablespoons per serving).
*Three tablespoons each of dark balsamic vinegar and red
wine vinegar may be substituted.
Per Serving: about 190 cal.
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Cheddar Broccoli Soup
Position 4 mm shredding disc in work bowl. Add cheese.
Process to shred. Remove and set aside.
Exchange shredding disc for 2 mm slicing disc in work
bowl. Add onion and celery. Process to slice. Melt butter in
large saucepan or Dutch oven over medium heat. Remove
onion and celery to saucepan. Cook 2 to 3 minutes, or
until crisp-tender, stirring occasionally.
Cut stems from broccoli, and peel tough coating from
stems. Cut florets into small pieces. Position 2 mm slicing
disc in work bowl. Add broccoli stems. Process to slice.
Remove to saucepan.
Add broccoli florets and broth to saucepan. Bring to a boil
over medium-high heat. Reduce heat; partially cover and
simmer 6 to 10 minutes, or until broccoli is crisp-tender,
stirring occasionally. Remove from heat.
Exchange slicing disc for multipurpose blade in work bowl.
With slotted spoon, remove vegetables from saucepan
to work bowl. Add 178 ml (3⁄4 cup) milk. Process until
chopped, 5 to 8 seconds. Set aside.
In medium mixing bowl, whisk flour into remaining 300 ml
(11⁄4 cups) milk, whisking until smooth. Add mustard, curry
powder, if desired, and pepper sauce. Stir until combined.
Add milk mixture to broth in saucepan. Cook and stir over
medium-high heat until bubbly and slightly thickened.
Reduce heat to low. Add all but 30 g (1⁄4 cup) shredded
cheese; stir until melted.
Add broccoli mixture to saucepan. Heat thoroughly.
Garnish with remaining 30 g (1⁄4 cup) cheese.
Yield: 7 servings (237 ml/1 cup per serving).
Per Serving: About 250 cal.
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English
230 g sharp Cheddar
cheese, chilled
1 small onion, cut into
halves lengthwise
1 rib celery, cut into
6 cm pieces
2 tablespoons butter or
margarine
1 large head (about
450 g) broccoli
700 ml (3 cups) chicken
broth
475 ml (2 cups) milk,
divided
30 g (1⁄4 cups)
all-purpose flour
2 teaspoons Dijon
mustard
1 teaspoon curry
powder, if desired
1⁄8 teaspoon hot pepper
sauce
Spring Mix Basmati Rice
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1 clove garlic
1 medium shallot, cut
into quarters
1 tablespoon olive oil
1⁄4 pound (about 125 g)
fresh green beans,
trimmed
1 small carrot, peeled
and cut into halves
crosswise
356 ml (11⁄2 cups) chicken
broth
237 ml (1 cup) water
1 teaspoon salt
1⁄4 teaspoon black
pepper
1 teaspoon ground
coriander, if desired
170 g (11⁄3 cups) rice
227 g (1⁄2 pound) fresh
asparagus
2 teaspoons fresh
thyme leaves
2 tablespoons loosely
packed fresh parsley
leaves
1⁄4 small red bell pepper,
cut into quarters
Position multipurpose blade in work bowl. With processor
running, add garlic through the small feed tube. Process
5 seconds. Add shallot. Pulse 2 to 3 times, about 2 seconds
each time, or until chopped. In large saucepan over medium
heat, heat oil. Add shallot mixture. Cook until tender, 1 to
2 minutes, stirring often. Remove from heat; set aside.
Exchange multipurpose blade for 2 mm slicing disc in
work bowl. Add green beans and carrot. Process to slice.
Remove to saucepan with shallot mixture. Add broth,
water, salt, black pepper, and coriander, if desired. Bring
to a boil. Stir in rice. Return to boil; reduce heat. Cover,
simmer about 15 minutes, or until liquid is absorbed.
Meanwhile, cut tips from asparagus and reserve stalks; set
aside. Exchange slicing disc for multipurpose blade in work
bowl. With processor running, add thyme and parsley
through the small feed tube. Process until chopped, about
3 seconds. Add bell pepper. Pulse 2 to 3 times, 1 to 2
seconds each time, or until coarsely chopped. Exchange
multipurpose blade for 2 mm slicing disc in work bowl.
Add asparagus stalks. Process to slice. Remove to
saucepan with rice mixture. Add asparagus tips; stir well.
Cover; let stand 10 minutes. Fluff with a fork.
Yield: 6 servings (125 g/1 cup per serving).
Per Serving: About 200 cal.
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Chicken Satay with Peanut Sauce
Sauce
80 ml (1⁄3 cup) coconut
milk
30 g (1⁄4 cup) peanut
butter
2 tablespoons soy
sauce
1⁄2 teaspoon red curry
paste
Position multipurpose blade in work bowl. With processor
running, add garlic and gingerroot through the small
feed tube. Process until chopped, 5 to 10 seconds. Add
soy sauce, oil, and brown sugar. Process until blended
and sugar dissolves, 15 to 20 seconds. Remove to plastic
resealable food storage bag or shallow pan.
Add chicken; coat with marinade. Marinate 1⁄2 hour at
room temperature or at least 2 hours in refrigerator.
Remove chicken from marinade, reserving marinade.
Thread chicken tenders on soaked wooden or oiled metal
skewers. Grill over medium-hot coals or broil on oiled
broiler pan 10 to 15 cm from heat for 8 to 10 minutes,
or until thoroughly cooked, turning once. Brush with any
remaining marinade once during cooking, if desired. Serve
with warm or room temperature Peanut Sauce.
Position multipurpose blade in work bowl. Add all
ingredients. Process until blended, 5 to 10 seconds.
Yield: 4 servings.
Per Serving: About 290 cal.
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Chicken
2 cloves garlic
1 teaspoon coarsely
chopped gingerroot
60 ml (1⁄4 cups) soy sauce
2 tablespoons peanut
or vegetable oil
2 teaspoons brown
sugar
455 -570 g (1-11⁄4 pounds)
chicken breast
tenders
Fresh Fruit Tart
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Crust
125 g (1 cup) all-purpose
flour
2 teaspoons sugar
1⁄4 teaspoon salt
30 g (1⁄4 cup) cold butter,
cut into 2.5 cm
pieces
1 tablespoon cold
shortening
1 egg yolk
2 tablespoons ice water
1 teaspoon lemon juice
1 egg, blended with
1 tablespoon water
Filling
30 g (1⁄4 cup) sugar
1 tablespoon cornstarch
1⁄8 teaspoon salt
180 ml (3⁄4 cup)
half-and-half
2 egg yolks, beaten
1⁄2 teaspoon vanilla
Topping
1 medium peach,
peeled, cut into
halves, and pit
removed
125 g (1 cup) fresh
strawberries, hulled
2 tablespoons apple
jelly, melted
Position multipurpose blade in work bowl. Add flour,
sugar, and salt. Process until mixed, about 2 seconds. Add
butter and shortening. Pulse 3 to 4 times, 2 to 3 seconds
each time, or until crumbly. In small bowl, blend 1 egg
yolk, 2 tablespoons water, and lemon juice. Sprinkle evenly
over flour mixture. Pulse 2 to 4 times, 2 to 3 seconds each
time, or until mixture pulls away from sides of bowl and
clings together. Remove dough, cover, and chill 1⁄2 hour.
Meanwhile, in small saucepan over medium heat, combine
sugar, cornstarch, and salt. Add half-and-half and 2 egg
yolks. Cook and stir until very thick. Remove from heat.
Add vanilla. Whisk until smooth. Cool completely.
Place dough on floured surface. Roll into a circle 5 cm
larger than inverted 25 cm tart pan. Fit into tart pan,
being careful not to stretch dough. Trim edges of crust.
Prick shell thoroughly with fork. Bake at 200°C for 8 to 12
minutes, or until light golden brown. Brush with egg and
water mixture to seal holes. Bake for 1 minute longer to
set egg. Cool completely.
Wash processor. Position 2 mm slicing disc in work
bowl. Add peach. Process to slice. Remove and set aside.
Position 2 mm slicing disc in work bowl. Add strawberries.
Process to slice.
Spread custard mixture in crust. Arrange sliced fruit on
custard. Carefully brush with melted jelly to cover fruit
completely. Refrigerate at least 1 hour before serving.
Yield: 8 servings.
Tip: Tart is best served the same day it is made.
Per Serving: About 230 cal.
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Warranty:
KitchenAid
Will Pay For:
KitchenAid
Will Not Pay For:
Europe, Australia and
New Zealand:
Three years Full Warranty
from date of purchase on
the Food Processor. Ten
years Full Warranty from
date of purchase on the
motor.
Replacement parts and
repair labor costs to
correct defects in materials
or workmanship. Service
must be provided by an
Authorized KitchenAid
Service Center.
A.Repairs when Food
Processor is used for
operations other than
normal household
food preparation.
Other:
One Year Full Warranty
from date of purchase.
B.Damage resulting from
accident, alterations,
misuse, abuse, or
installation/ operation
not in accordance with
local electrical codes.
KITCHENAID DOES NOT ASSUME ANY RESPONSIBILITY FOR INDIRECT DAMAGES.
Service Centers
All service should be handled locally by
an Authorized KitchenAid Service Center.
Contact the dealer from whom the unit was
purchased to obtain the name of the nearest
Authorized KitchenAid Service Center.
In the U.K.:
Call: 0845 6011 287
In Ireland:
M.X. ELECTRIC
Service Department
25 Alymer Crescent
Kilcock, CO.KILDARE
Call: 1 679 2398/87 2581574
Fax: 1 628 4368
In Australia:
Call: 1800 990 990
In New Zealand:
Call: 0800 881 200
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Household KitchenAid™
Food Processor Warranty
Customer Service
For U.K. & Northern Ireland:
Freephone helpline number on:
0800 988 1266
(calls from mobiles are charged
at your standard network rate)
English
For Southern Ireland:
Helpline number on:
+44 (0) 20 8616 5148
Address:
KitchenAid Europa, Inc.
PO BOX 19
B-2018 ANTWERP 11
BELGIUM
www.KitchenAid.co.uk
www.KitchenAid.com
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