Meat Grinder - Andrew James
Meat Grinder
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Please read the manual fully before using the appliance and keep the
manual safe for future reference.
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Safety Guide

When using any electrical
appliance,
basic
safety
precautions should always be
followed, including:
Always ensure the voltage
on
the
rating
label
corresponds to the voltage
in your home.

Check the power cord and
plug regularly for any
damage. If the cord or the
plug is damaged, it must be
replaced by a qualified
electrician or a service
repair centre. If in doubt
please contact our customer
service team.

The appliance is intended
for domestic use only.
Industrial or commercial use
will void the warranty. The
supplier cannot be held
responsible for injury or
damage if the appliance has
been used for anything
other than its intended use.

Incorrect operation and use
can damage the appliance
and cause injury to the user.

Do not use the appliance if

This appliance can be used by
children aged from 8 years
and above and persons with
reduced physical, sensory or
mental capabilities or lack of
experience and knowledge if
they have been given
supervision or instruction
concerning use of the
appliance in a safe way and
understand the hazards
involved. Children shall not
play with the appliance.
Cleaning
and
user
maintenance shall not be
made by children unless they
are older than 8 and
supervised.
Keep
the
appliance and its cord out of
reach of children less than 8
years old.
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it has been dropped or
damaged in anyway. If the
unit has been damaged take
the unit for examination
and or repair by an
authorised service agent.

Do not immerse or expose
the motor assembly, plug or
the power cord in water or
any other liquid for any
reason.

If the supply cord is
damaged, it must be
replaced
by
the
manufacturer or by someone
who is suitably qualified to
avoid a potential hazard.

Do not let the cord hang over
the edge of a table or
counter. Ensure that the cord
is not in a position where it
can be pulled or tripped over
accidentally.

Do not allow the cord to
touch hot surfaces and do
not place the cord near hot
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gas or electric burners or in a
heated oven.

Use of an extension cord
with this appliance is not
recommended. However if
it is necessary to use an
extension cord, ensure that
the extension cord is equal
to or greater than the
power consumption of the
appliance
to
avoid
overheating
of
the
appliance and extension
cord. Do not use any other
appliance on the extension
cord. Do not place the
extension cord in a position
where it can be pulled on by
children or animals or be
tripped over.

Always
operate
the
appliance on a smooth,
even and stable surface. Do
not place the unit on a hot
surface.

Always remove the plug of
the appliance safely. Do not
pull on the appliances cord
to remove the appliance
plug from the electrical
socket.



When
changing
the
operation of the unit from
‘ON’ to ‘Reverse’ or
‘Reverse’ to ‘ON’ use the
Stop/Reset button and
allow the grinder to stand
for 15 seconds before
selecting
the
next
operation.

To avoid jamming, do not
operate the unit with
excessive pressure.

When the circuit breaker
activates, do not switch on
the
appliance.
The
appliance should be allowed
to rest for 5 minutes, press
the Stop/Reset button to
reset the unit. The ‘On’
button can then be pressed
to start the appliance and
resume grinding.
Never handle or operate the
appliance with wet hands.
Appliance
specific
instructions

minutes continuously. Allow
the meat grinder to cool for
10 minutes before re-using it.
safety
When carrying the unit, hold
the body with both hands. Do
not carry the unit by the
hopper plate or head.
Do not fix the cutting blade
and cutting plate when using
the Kibbeh attachment.

Never push products through
the meat grinder by hand,
always use the food pusher.

Do not grind hard food such
as bones, nuts, etc.

Do not grind ginger and other
materials with hard fiber.

The meat grinder should be
used for no longer than 10
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Appliance Components Diagram
1. Hopper plate
7. Sausage attachment (block)
13. Snake
2. Body
8. Sausage attachment (fine)
14. Cutting plate (fine)
3. Keyboard switch
9. Sausage attachment (medium)
15. Cutting plate (medium)
4. Fasten knob
10. Sausage attachment (large)
16. Fixing ring
5. Kibbeh attachments
11. Food pusher
17. Cutting plate (coarse)
6. Head inlet
12. Head
18. Cutting blade
Using the appliance for the first time:
 Check that the voltage indicated on
the rating label corresponds to the
mains voltage in your home.
 Hand wash all parts of the appliance
(except the body) in warm soapy water.
 Before plugging the appliance in,
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press the stop button to make sure
that no operation is selected.
Please note:
The Kibbeh attachments and cutting
plates are stored in the storage compartment on top of the body. The plug
is stored in the storage compartment at
the rear of the body. Ensure the air pas-
sage under the meat grinder is kept
free and not blocked.
Instructions for use
Assembling
1. Place the meat grinder onto a stable,
level surface. Hold the head and insert into the inlet.
2. Place the fasten knob into the body
and tighten until the head is securely
held in place.
3. Place the snake into the head, thin
end first, until it sits in the head.
4. Put the cutting blade onto the snake
shaft with the blade facing out. Ensure this is fitted correctly or the meat
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will not grind.
5. Place the desired cutting plate, fine,
medium or coarse, next to the
cutting blade, ensuring the protrusions fit into the slots on either sides
of the rim.
6. Screw the fixing ring in place. Be
careful not to over tighten.
7. Place the hopper plate on the head
and fix into position.
Mincing Meat
half the power (900w).
1. Place a dish below the meat grinder
head to catch the food.
2. Cut the meat into chunks approximately 2cm x 2cm x 6cm, so they fit
easily into the hopper opening. Ensure there are no bones, tough sinew
or excess fat.
3. Press the ‘ON’ button and use the
food pusher to guide the pieces of
meat into the machine. Add small
amounts at a time to avoid overloading the machine.
4. Once all of the meat has been processed press ‘Stop & Reset’.
5. Unplug the meat grinder and remove
the leftover meat by dismantling the
head (See Disassembly).
Reverse
If grinding small pieces of lean meat or
tender cooked meats the ‘Half’ button
may be sufficient. Also, if you are
grinding meat for the second time the
‘Half’ may be suitable for your needs.
Making Kibbeh
Stuffing recipe
Ingredients
100g Mutton
1 tbsp. Olive oil
1 onion (finely chopped)
1 tbsp. Flour
All spice to taste
Salt to taste
Method
1. Mince the mutton once or twice.
If there is a blockage, press ’Stop’ and
wait until the motor has stopped completely. Then press ’Reverse’ for 3-6
seconds. The feed screw will be rotating
in the opposite direction and the head
will become empty. Once the blockage
has cleared, continue to use the meat
grinder as before. If the reverse function
is unable to clear the blockage, disassemble the head and remove the meat.
Half
2. Fry onion until brown then add it to
the mutton. The add the spices, salt
and flour.
Shell recipe
Ingredients
450g Lean meat
150g Flour
Nutmeg (finely grated)
All spice to taste
The meat grinder has a ‘Half’ button
which enable the grinder to function on
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Cayenne to taste
Pepper to taste
Method
Method
1. Wash all parts and dry thoroughly
before use.
 Mince the meat three times then mix
all ingredients together in a bowl.
 Grind the mixture three times.
2. Hold the head and insert it into the
inlet.
3. Disassemble the head removing the
cutting plate and cutting blade.
3. Place the snake, the cutting blade
and the desired cutting plate into
the head as shown in the sequence.
4. Place kibbeh attachments (5) onto the
feed screw shaft, fitting the protrusions in the slots.
4. Place the desired sausage attachment into the sausage block.
5. Screw the fixing ring (16) into place
until tight. Do not over tighten.
6. Feed the shell mixture into the grinder
and the kibbeh attachment will form
the outer shell for your kibbeh.
7. Stuff the outer shell with the stuffing
mixture and form kibbeh as illustrated
below before deep frying.
Making Sausages
Before starting, assemble
attachment as shown below.
sausage
5. Place the assembled sausage attachment next to the cutting blade,
fitting the protrusions in the slot.
Screw the fixing ring tightly and
place the hopper plate on the head
and fix it into place.
6. Slide the sausage skin over the sausage attachment.
7. Feed foods into the hopper plate by
using the food pusher only.
8. Press the ‘ON’ button. Allow the
meat to move to the end of the sausage attachment then turn the grinder off. Pull the skin over the end of
the sausage attachment and tie a
knot in the end of the skin. This
way, the meat will not fall out of the
sausage skin.
9. Restart the grinder. Guide the sausages slowly off the sausage attachment, whilst pushing the meat on
the hopper plate with the food push-
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er.
10. You should stop the machine when
the sausage skin is filled with meat. If
there are any air bubbles in the sausage, you can let the air out with a
needle. Then repeat steps 7-9 again
until finished.
minutes, then feed them onto the
sausage attachment.
4. Follow the steps found in “making
sausages”.
Pork and Cheddar Sausage
Ingredients
11. Tie and cut any excess skin. Twist
sausages to the desired length.
700g Pork Shoulder (80% Pork/20% Fat)
12. For best results, leave the sausages
in links overnight in the refrigerator.
100g Mature cheddar (grated)
Sausage Recipes
200g Bacon (rindless)
2 tbsp. Mustard powder
Salt to taste
Pork Sausage
Pepper to taste
Ingredients
Method
900g Pork Shoulder (80% Meat/20% Fat)
4 tbsp. Garlic powder
2 tbsp. Thyme
1. Mince the pork and bacon until the
desired consistency is reached.
2. In a bowl, add the cheese and dry
ingredients to the minced pork. Mix
with hands until the dry ingredients
are evenly distributed.
1 tbsp. Fennel seed
1 tbsp. Parsley
Black pepper to taste
3. Soak the skins in water for 10
minutes then feed them onto the
sausage attachment.
Salt to taste
Method
1. Mince the pork (as described on pg 8).
2. In a bowl, add the dry ingredients to
the minced pork. Mix with hands until
the dry ingredients are evenly distributed.
3. Soak the skins in water for 10
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4. Follow the steps found in “making
sausages”.
Disassembly
1.
Remove the hopper plate from the head.
2.
Unscrew the fixing ring.
3.
Remove the cutting plate, cutting blade and snake. You may need to use a
screwdriver to help you remove the cutting plate from the head.
4.
Unscrew the fasten knob.
5.
Lift the head out of the inlet.
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Cleaning
Storage
 Remove parts from the main body and
remove any meat. Wash each part in
warm, soapy water.
 After cleaning, place the cord into
the storage compartment at the
back of the appliance.
 Do not use bleaching solution as this
will discolour the aluminum. Never
use a soda solution.
 Place the cutting blades and the
kibbeh accessories in the storage
compartment on top of the
appliance.
 Wipe the main body with a damp
cloth, do not immerse in water.
 Thinners and petrol will crack or
change the colour of the unit.
 Wipe all of the cutting parts with
vegetable oil to protect them from
rusting, then wrap them in
greaseproof paper to prevent
discolouring / rusting.
 Do not place any parts in the
dishwasher.
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UK and EU Guarantee
Your new Andrew James product comes
with a 24 month guarantee and a 2 year
fixed warranty, effective from receipt
confirmation. Your receipt or order
number is required as proof of purchase
date so it is imperative that you keep it
safe. This guarantee only applies if the
item has been used solely for the use
intended, and all instructions have been
followed accordingly. Please note this
product is only for domestic use only and
is not for commercial use.
Abuse of your product will invalidate the
guarantee. Returned goods can only be
accepted if repackaged properly within
the original colour product box, and
presented with the original receipt of
sale/order number. This does not affect
your statutory rights.
Returned products must be cleaned and
returned to us in as close to delivery
condition as possible.
If your product develops a problem
within the first 12 months of the fixed
warranty, we will pay all shipping costs
to have it returned to us. After 12
months the customer will be liable for
the cost of returning the product to us.
We will then pay to have the repaired/
replaced item shipped back to the
customer.
If you wish to return your item for a full
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refund, you have the right to do so
within the first 7 days. For our returns
policy please go to:
www.andrewjamesworldwide.com
Customers are responsible for any
taxes applied to our products when
they are shipped outside of the EU.
All of our prices are inclusive of VAT.
Once a product has been returned to
us, we will aim to repair or replace it
within 30 days of receipt.
The guarantee does not cover any
defect arising from improper use,
damage, build-up of lime scale or repair
attempts made by third-parties. Also,
the guarantee does not cover normal
wear and tear of individual parts.
Electrical Information
Always ensure the voltage on the rating
label corresponds to the power supply
where the product is being used.
Class II double insulation. This
tool is double insulated
therefore no earth connection
is required.
Precautions should be followed for safe
cable management and connection to
the power supply
If a new mains plug needs to be fitted
follow the fitting instructions supplied
with good quality BS1363A plugs. If in
doubt consult a qualified electrician or
appliance repair agent.
 Safely dispose of the old plug.
Disposal of the appliance
Waste
Electrical
&
Electronic
Equipment (WEEE) Waste & Recycling
 Connect the brown lead to the live
terminal “L” in the new plug.
Disposal of Electrical and Electronic
Waste
 Connect the blue lead to the neutral “N” terminal.
Warning! For double insulated product
no connection is made to the Earth
terminal.
Recommended fuse: 13A.
If an extension cable is required, a 2 core
or 3 core (earthed) extension can be
used. To avoid overheating the extension
cable should be rated no less than 13A
and be fully unwound before use.
Do not attempt to modify electrical plugs
or sockets or attempt to make an
alternative connection to the electrical
supply.
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Non-household waste. This product
must not be disposed of together with
ordinary household waste.
Separate collection of used products,
batteries and packaging allows the
recovery and recycling of materials.
Reuse of materials helps prevent
environmental pollution and reduces
the demand for raw materials.
Local
authorities,
retailers
and
collection organisations may provide
for separate collection of electrical
products, batteries and packaging.
Contact details
Andrew James UK LTD
Unit 1
P C Henderson Premises
Bowburn North Industrial Estate
Bowburn
Co Durham
DH6 5NG
Customer Service / Technical Support
Telephone: 0844 335 8464
Email: customerservices@andrewjamesworldwide.com
Web: www.andrewjamesworldwide.com
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