Kenwood FPM810, FPM800 Owner's manual

Kenwood FPM810, FPM800 Owner's manual
FPM800 series
instructions
English
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before using your Kenwood appliance
Read these instructions carefully and retain for future reference.
Remove all packaging and any labels.
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The blades and discs are very sharp, handle with care. Always
hold by the finger grip at the top, away from the
cutting edge, both when handling and cleaning.
Do not lift or carry the processor by the handle - or the handle
may break resulting in injury.
Always remove the knife blade before pouring contents from the
bowl.
Keep hands and utensils out of the processor bowl and blender
goblet whilst connected to the power supply.
Switch off and unplug:● before fitting or removing parts;
● when not in use;
● before cleaning.
Never use your fingers to push food down the feed tube. Always
use the pusher/s supplied.
Never fit the blade unit to the power unit without the
blender goblet or compact chopper/grinder fitted.
Before removing the lid from the bowl or blender or compact
chopper/grinder from the power unit:● switch off;
● wait until the attachment/blades have completely stopped;
● be careful not to unscrew the blender goblet or compact
chopper/grinder from the blade assembly.
SCALD RISK: Hot ingredients should be allowed to cool to
room temperature before blending.
Do not use the lid to operate the processor, always use the
on/off speed control.
This appliance will be damaged and may cause injury
if the interlock mechanism is subjected to excessive
force.
Always unplug your food processor when not in use.
Never use an unauthorised attachment.
Never leave the appliance unattended when it is operating.
Never use a damaged appliance. Get it checked or repaired: see
‘service & customer care’.
Never let the power unit, cord or plug get wet.
Don’t let excess cord hang over the edge of a table or worktop
or touch hot surfaces.
Do not exceed the maximum capacities stated in the
recommended speed chart.
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.
Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play
with the appliance.
Only use the appliance for its intended domestic use. Kenwood
will not accept any liability if the appliance is subject to improper
use, or failure to comply with these instructions.
Misuse of your processor/blender can result in injury.
The maximum rating is based on the attachment that draws the
greatest load. Other attachments may draw less power.
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before plugging in
Make sure your electricity supply is the same as the one shown
on the underside of your appliance.
Important – UK only
The wires in the cord are coloured as follows:
Green and Yellow = Earth, Blue = Neutral, Brown = Live.
The appliance must be protected by a 13A approved (BS1362)
fuse.
WARNING: THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED.
Note:
For non-rewireable plugs the fuse cover MUST be refitted when
replacing the fuse. If the fuse cover is lost then the plug must not
be used until a replacement can be obtained. The correct fuse
cover is identified by colour and a replacement may be obtained
from your Kenwood Authorised Repairer (see Service).
If a non-rewireable plug is cut off it must be DESTROYED
IMMEDIATELY. An electric shock hazard may arise if an
unwanted non-rewireable plug is inadvertently inserted into a
13A socket outlet.
This appliance conforms to EC directive 2004/108/EC on
Electromagnetic Compatibility and EC regulation no. 1935/2004
of 27/10/2004 on materials intended for contact with food.
before using for the first time
1 Remove the plastic blade covers from the knife blade. Take
care the blades are very sharp. These covers should be
discarded as they are to protect the blade during manufacture
and transit only.
2 Wash the parts see ‘care & cleaning’
key
processor
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Refer to the relevant section under “using the attachments” for
additional safety warnings for each individual attachment.
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power unit
Trïtan™ bowl with drive shaft
detachable drive shaft
Trïtan™ lid
feed tube
pushers
safety interlocks
cord storage (at back)
auto button
speed/pulse control
power on light
thermoresist blender
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Eco function
filler cap
lid
goblet
sealing ring
blade unit
filler cap vents
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If the food processor is left plugged in for over 30 minutes
without being used, it will go into standby mode to reduce
energy consumption.
The Power On light will pulse slowly and the food processor will
not operate until one of the following actions are carried out:The Auto Button is pressed.
The speed control is turned to a speed and then turned back to
the ‘O’ off position.
The light will change to being constantly lit when ready to use.
knife blade
dough tool
dual whisk
folding tool
max capacity disc
4mm slicing/grating disc
2mm slicing/grating disc
extra fine grater disc
fine Julienne disc
mini bowl and blade
attachment storage box
compact chopper/grinder (optional)
Note: If the bowl or lid are not engaged into the interlock the
power on light with pulse more rapidly than the Eco function.
to use your thermoresist blender
1 Fit the sealing ring bp into the blade unit bq - ensuring the seal is
located correctly in the grooved area.
● Leaking will occur if the seal is damaged or
incorrectly fitted.
2 Hold the underside of the blade unit bq and insert the blades
into the goblet - turn anti-clockwise until it clicks 4. Refer to the
graphics on the underside of the blade unit as follows:
to use your food processor
- unlocked position
1 Fit the bowl to the power unit. Place the handle towards the
back on the right hand side and turn clockwise 1 until it locks.
2 Fit an attachment over the bowl drive shaft.
Note: Detachable drive shaft 2 should be fitted when
using the discs, mini bowl, whisk and folding tool.
● Always fit the bowl and attachment onto the processor before
adding ingredients.
3 Fit the lid 3 - ensuring the top of the drive shaft/tool locates into
the centre of the lid.
● The processor will not operate if the bowl or lid are
not fitted correctly into the interlock. Check that the
feed tube and bowl handle are situated to the right
hand side.
4 Plug in. The Power On light will come on and flash until the bowl
and lid are fitted correctly. Select one of the following options: Auto Button – the light will come on when the Auto Button is
pressed and the optimum speed for the attachment will be
automatically selected.
Speed Control – manually select the required speed (refer to the
recommended speed chart).
Pulse – use the pulse (P) for short bursts. The pulse will operate
for as long as the control is held in position.
5 At the end of processing turn the speed control to the ‘O’ off
position or if using the Auto press the button and the light will go
out.
● The Power On light will flash if either the lid or bowl
are not fitted or incorrectly fitted.
● The Auto Button will not operate if a speed is
selected on the speed control.
● Always switch off and unplug before removing the lid.
- locked position
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The blender will not work if incorrectly assembled.
3 Put your ingredients into the goblet.
4 Fit the lid to the goblet and push down to secure 5. Fit the filler
cap.
5 Place the blender onto the power unit, and turn clockwise 6 to
lock.
● The appliance will not operate if the blender is
incorrectly fitted to the interlock.
6 Select Auto, or a speed (refer to the recommended speed chart)
or use the pulse control.
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important
Your processor is not suitable for crushing or grinding coffee
beans, or converting granulated sugar to caster sugar.
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safety
SCALD RISK: Hot ingredients should be allowed to cool to
room temperature before blending.
Always take care when handling the blade assembly and avoid
touching the cutting edge of the blades when cleaning.
Only operate the blender with the lid in place.
Only use the goblet with the blade assembly supplied.
Never run the blender empty.
To ensure the long life of your blender, do not run it for longer
than 60 seconds.
Smoothie recipes - never blend frozen ingredients that have
formed a solid mass during freezing, break it up before adding to
the goblet.
Important - The skirt on the base of the goblet is fitted during
manufacture and no attempt should be made to remove it.
IMPORTANT: HOT BLENDING
INSTRUCTIONS
To minimise the possibility of scalding when blending hot
ingredients keep hands and other exposed skin away from the
lid to prevent possible burns. The following precautions must be
observed:
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CAUTION: Blending very hot ingredients may
result in hot liquid and steam being forced
suddenly past the lid or filler cap bm.
We recommend that hot ingredients are allowed to
cool before blending.
NEVER exceed 1200mls/5 cups capacity if processing hot
liquids, such as soups (refer to the markings on the goblet).
ALWAYS commence blending at a low speed and gradually
increase the speed. NEVER blend hot liquids by using the
Pulse setting.
Liquids which tend to foam such as milk, should be limited to
a maximum capacity of 1000mls/4 cups.
Take care when handling the blender as the goblet and its
contents will be very hot.
Take particular care when removing the lid. The lid is
designed to be a tight fit to prevent leakage. If necessary
protect your hands with a cloth or oven gloves when
handling.
Ensure the goblet is securely attached to the base and when
removing from the appliance, guide the base and ensure it is
removed together with the goblet.
Ensure that the lid and filler cap are securely in place before
every blending operation.
Always ensure that the vents in the filler cap are clear before
every blending operation br.
When fitting the lid to the goblet always ensure that the lid
and goblet rim are clean and dry to ensure a good seal and
prevent spillage.
hints
When making mayonnaise, put all the ingredients, except the oil,
into the blender. Remove the filler cap. Then, with the appliance
running, add the oil slowly through the hole in the lid.
Thick mixtures, e.g. pâtés and dips, may need scraping down. If
the mixture is difficult to process, add more liquid.
Ice crushing - operate the pulse in short bursts until crushed to the
desired consistency.
The processing of spices is not recommended as they may
damage the plastic parts.
The appliance will not work if the blender is incorrectly fitted.
To blend dry ingredients - cut into pieces, remove the filler cap,
then with the appliance running, drop the pieces down one by
one. Keep your hand over the opening. For best results empty
regularly.
Don’t use the blender as a storage container. Keep it empty
before and after use.
Never blend more than 1.6 litres (2 pts 8 fl oz) - less for frothy
liquids like milkshakes.
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recommended speed chart
tool/attachment
function
Knife blade
All in one cake mixes
Pastry - rubbing fat into flour
Adding water to combine pastry ingredients
Chopping fish and lean meat
Pâtés and terrines
Chopping vegetables
Chopping nuts
Pureeing soft fruit, cooked fruit and vegetables
Sauces, dressing and dips
Cold soups
recommended
speed
8
processing
time ❋
15-20 secs
5–8
10 secs
Pulse – 8
10-20 secs
10-30 secs
Dual whisk
Egg whites
Egg & sugar for fatless sponges
Cream
Creaming fat and sugar
Pulse
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Start at low
speed and
increase to
maximum
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Dough tool
Yeasted mixes
White Bread Flour
Wholemeal Bread Flour
Whipping cream and fruit purees
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Auto
Knife blade with
max capacity disc
Milkshakes/batters
Folding tool
Discs - slicing/grating
Extra fine grater
Fine Julienne disc
Thermoresist blender
Mini bowl and knife
Mini bowl with discs
Compact chopper/grinder
(optional)
maximum
capacities
1.7Kg/3lb 7oz
flour weight
500g/1lb 2oz
flour weight
5-10 secs
30-60 secs
10-30 secs
2 mins max
30-60 secs
800g/1lb 8oz
max lean beef
500g/1lb 2oz
200g/8oz
1Kg/2lb 4oz
800g/1lb 8oz
1.7 litres/3pts
15-30 secs
1.3 litres/2pts
60-90 secs
4-5 min
30 secs
2 mins max
4 (150g)
3 eggs (150g)
500mls/18 fl oz
200g/8oz fat
200g/8oz sugar
1Kg/ 2lb 4oz total wt
600g/1lb 6oz flour wt
500g/1lb 2oz flour wt
300g/12oz cream,
300g/12oz puree
total weight 600g/1lb 6oz
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Egg whites into heavy mixtures
Auto
30 secs
Firm food items such as carrots, hard cheeses
5–8
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Softer items such as cucumbers, tomatoes
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Do not fill above
the maximum
Parmesan cheese, potatoes for German
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capacity marked on
potato dumplings
the bowl
Potato straws and rosti
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Stir fries and vegetable garnishes
Cold liquids and drinks
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15-30 secs
1.6 litres/2 pt 8 fl oz
Stock based soups
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30 secs
1.2 litres/2 pt 1 fl oz
Soups using milk
8
30 secs
1 litres/1pt 8 fl oz
We recommend that hot ingredients are allowed to cool before blending. However should you wish to process
hot ingredients please read the Hot Blending Safety instructions.
Meat
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20 secs + Pulse 300g/12oz Lean beef
Chopping herbs
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30 secs
20g/1oz
Chopping nuts
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30 secs
100g/4oz
Mayonnaise
8
30 secs
2 Eggs
300g/12oz Oil
Purees
8
30 secs
200g/8oz
See individual discs recommended speed
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500g/1lb 2oz Max
Do not overfill bowl
Processing a range of spices
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30-60 secs
100g/4oz
Grinding coffee beans
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30 secs
75g/3oz
Chopping nuts
Pulse
10 secs
140g/5oz
❋ This is for guidance only and will vary depending on the exact recipe and ingredients being processed.
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using the attachments
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Refer to recommended speed chart for each attachment.
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The knife blade is the most versatile of all the attachments. The
length of the processing time will determine the texture achieved.
For coarser textures use the pulse control.
Use the knife blade for cake and pastry making, chopping raw
and cooked meat, vegetables, nuts, pâté, dips, pureeing soups
and to also make crumbs from biscuits and bread.
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Use the folding tool to fold light ingredients into heavier mixtures
for meringues, mousses and fruit fools.
1 Fit the bowl onto the power unit, add the detachable drive shaft.
2 Push each paddle 8 securely into the drive head.
3 Fit the folding tool by carefully turning until it drops over the drive
shaft.
4 Add the ingredients.
5 Fit the lid – ensuring the end of the shaft locates into the centre
of the lid .
6 Select Auto.
hints
Cut food such as meat, bread, vegetables into cubes
approximately 2cm/3/4in before processing.
Biscuits should be broken into pieces and added down the feed
tube whilst the appliance is running.
When making pastry use fat straight from the fridge cut into
2cm/3/4in.cubes.
Take care not to over-process.
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Use for yeasted dough mixes.
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Place the dry ingredients in the bowl and add the liquid down the
feed tube whilst the appliance is running. Process until a smooth
elastic ball of dough is formed this will take approx. 60 secs.
Re-knead by hand only. Re-kneading in the bowl is not
recommended as it may cause the processor to become unstable.
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When blending liquids in the bowl, the max capacity disc must
be used with the knife blade. It prevents leaking and improves
the chopping performance of the blade.
Use for light mixtures such as egg whites, cream, evaporated
milk and for whisking eggs and sugar for fatless sponges.
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Fit the bowl onto the power unit.
Fit the knife blade.
Add ingredients to be processed.
Fit the capacity disc over the top of the blade ensuring it sits on
the ledge inside the bowl 9. Do not push down on the
capacity disc.
5 Fit the lid and switch on.
using the whisk
1 Fit the bowl onto the power unit, add the detachable drive shaft.
2 Push each beater 7 securely into the drive head.
3 Fit the whisk by carefully turning until it drops over the drive
shaft.
4 Add the ingredients.
5 Fit the lid - ensuring the end of the shaft locates into the centre
of the lid.
6 Switch on.
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hints
For best results do not over whisk egg whites or cream – the
folding tool will not be able to fold the mixture correctly if the
whisked mix is too firm.
Do not fold the mixture for longer than stated in the
recommended speed chart as the air will be knocked out and
the mix will be too loose.
Any unmixed ingredients left on the paddle or sides of the bowl
should be carefully folded in using the spatula.
cm max capacity disc
ck dual whisk
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Heavier ingredients such as flour and dried fruit should be folded
in by hand.
Do not exceed the maximum capacity or processing time stated
in the recommended speed chart.
slicing/grating discs
reversible slicing/grating discs - 4mm cn, 2mm co
Use the grating side for cheese, carrots, potatoes and foods of a
similar texture.
Use the slicing side for cheese, carrots, potatoes, cabbage,
cucumber, courgette, beetroot and onions.
important
The whisk is not suitable for making all in one cake
mixes as these mixes are too heavy and will damage
it. Always use the knife blade.
extra fine grater disc cp
Grates Parmesan cheese and potatoes for German potato
dumplings.
hints
Best results are obtained when the eggs are at room
temperature.
Ensure the bowl and whisks are clean and free from grease
before whisking.
fine julienne cq
Use to cut potatoes into straws and coarse grate for rosti, stir
fries and vegetable garnishes.
creaming fat and sugar
For best results fat should be allowed to soften at room
temperature (20°C) before creaming. DO NOT use fat
straight from the fridge as this will damage the
whisk.
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safety
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Never remove the lid until the cutting disc has
completely stopped.
Handle the cutting discs with care - they are
extremely sharp.
Do not overfill the bowl – do not exceed the
maximum capacity level marked on the bowl.
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1 Fit the bowl onto the power unit, add the detachable drive shaft
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2 Holding by the centre grip, place the disc onto the drive shaft with
the appropriate side uppermost bk.
3 Fit the lid.
4 Put the food in the feed tube.
Choose which size feed tube you want to use. The pusher
contains a smaller feed tube for processing individual items or
thin ingredients.
To use the small feed tube - first put the large pusher inside the
feed tube.
To use the large feed tube - use both pushers together.
5 Switch on and push down evenly with the pusher - never put
your fingers in the feed tube.
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safety
Never remove the lid until the knife blade has completely
stopped.
The knife blade is very sharp - always handle with care.
important
Do not process spices – they may damage the plastic.
Do not process hard food such as coffee beans, ice cubes or
chocolate – they may damage the blade.
hints
Herbs are best chopped when clean and dry.
Always add a little liquid when blending cooked ingredients to
make baby food.
Cut foods such as meat, bread, vegetables into cubes
approximately 1-2 cm (1⁄2 – 3⁄4 in) before processing.
When making mayonnaise add the oil down the feed tube.
cs attachment storage box
Your food processor is supplied with a storage box for your bowl
attachments and discs.
1 Fit the knife blade and discs into the storage box when not in
use bq.
2 The storage box is fitted with a safety lock - close the lid to lock.
To open, push the tab in br and lift up the lid bs.
hints
Use fresh ingredients
Don’t cut food too small. Fill the width of the feed tube fairly full.
This prevents the food from slipping sideways during processing.
Alternatively use the small feed tube.
When using the Julienne disc, place ingredients horizontally.
When slicing or grating: food placed upright bl comes out
shorter than food placed horizontally bm.
Food placed upright comes out shorter than food placed
horizontal.
There will always be a small amount of waste on the disc or in
the bowl after processing.
ct compact chopper/grinder (optional)
Use the compact chopper/grinder for processing dry ingredients
such as nuts, coffee beans and it is also suitable for processing
a range of spices such as: Black peppercorns, cardamom seeds, cumin seeds, coriander
seeds, fennel seeds, fresh ginger root, fresh chillies and whole
cloves.
sealing ring
blade unit
lid
jar
cr mini bowl and knife
Use the mini processor bowl to chop herbs and process small
quantities of ingredients e.g. meat, onion, nuts, mayonnaise,
vegetables, purées, sauces and baby food.
to use your compact chopper/grinder
1 Put your ingredients into the jar. Fill it no more than half full.
2 Fit the sealing ring to the blade unit.
3 Hold the underside of the blade unit and insert the blades into
the jar – turn anti-clockwise to lock bt.
4 Place the compact chopper/grinder onto the power unit and turn
clockwise to lock ck.
5 Use the Auto button, or select a speed (refer to the
recommended speed chart).
The slicing/grating discs can also be used with the mini bowl.
Insert the mini bowl without the knife blade fitted and refer to the
slicing/grating disc section for fitting and usage instructions.
Do not overfill the bowl.
mini blade
mini bowl
to use the mini bowl and knife
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1 Fit the bowl onto the power unit, add the detachable drive shaft.
2 Fit the mini bowl over the detachable drive shaft - ensure the cut
out sections align with the locating tabs bn on the main bowl.
Note: The main bowl lid cannot be fitted if the mini bowl is not
located correctly.
3 Place the knife blade over the drive shaft bo.
4 Add the ingredients to be processed.
5 Fit the lid and switch on.
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safety
Never fit the blade unit to your food processor without the jar
fitted.
Never unscrew the jar while the compact chopper/grinder is
fitted to your appliance.
Do not touch the sharp blades – Keep the blade unit away from
children.
Never remove the compact chopper/grinder until the blades
have completely stopped.
To ensure the long life of your compact chopper/grinder, do not
run it continuously for longer than 60 seconds. Switch off as
soon as you have got the right consistency.
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The appliance will not work if the compact chopper/grinder is
incorrectly fitted.
Do not process turmeric root in the compact chopper/grinder as
it is too hard and may damage the blades.
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main bowl, mini bowl, lid, pusher
knife blades, dough tool
detachable drive shaft
discs
max capacity disc
whisk beaters/folding tool paddles
Do not immerse the drive head in water
blender goblet, lid, filler cap
blade unit and seal for blender
blade unit and seal for compact chopper/grinder
compact chopper/grinder jar
spatula
hints
For optimum performance when processing spices we
recommend that you do not process more than 100g at a time in
the compact chopper/grinder.
Whole spices retain their flavour for a much longer time than
ground spices so it is best to grind a small quantity fresh at a
time to retain the flavour.
To release the maximum flavour and essential oils whole spices
are best roasted prior to milling.
Cut ginger up into small pieces before processing.
For best results the mini bowl attachment is recommended when
chopping herbs.
care & cleaning
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Always switch off and unplug before cleaning.
Handle the blades and cutting discs with care - they
are extremely sharp.
Some foods may discolour the plastic. This is perfectly normal
and won’t harm the plastic or affect the flavour of your food. Rub
with a cloth dipped in vegetable oil to remove the discolouration.
power unit
Wipe with a damp cloth, then dry. Ensure that the interlock area
is clear of food debris.
Don’t immerse the power unit in water.
Store excess cord in the storage area at the back of the power
unit bp.
blender and compact chopper/grinder
1 Empty the goblet/jar, unscrew the blade unit by turning to the
unlock position
to release.
2 Wash the goblet/jar by hand.
3 Remove and wash the seals.
4 Don’t touch the sharp blades – brush them clean using hot
soapy water, then rinse thoroughly under the tap. Don’t
immerse the blade unit in water.
5 Leave to dry upside down.
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dual whisk/folding tool
Detach the beaters/paddles from the drive head by gently pulling
them free. Wash in warm soapy water.
Wipe the drive head with a damp cloth, then dry. Do not
immerse the drive head in water.
all other parts
Wash by hand, then dry.
Alternatively they are dishwasher safe and can be washed on the
top rack of your dishwasher. Avoid placing items on the bottom
rack directly over the heating element. A short low temperature
(Maximum 50°C) programme is recommended.
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service & customer care
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If the cord is damaged it must, for safety reasons, be replaced
by KENWOOD or an authorised KENWOOD repairer.
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If you experience any problems with the operation of
the processor, before calling for assistance refer to
the troubleshooting guide.
UK
If you need help with:
● using your appliance or
● servicing, spare parts or repairs (in or out of guarantee)
콯 call Kenwood customer care on 023 9239 2333. Have your
model number (ie FPM800) and date code (5 digit
code ie 12D15) ready. They are on the underside of the
power unit.
● spares and attachments
콯 call 0844 557 3653.
● other countries
Contact the shop where you purchased your appliance.
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Designed and engineered by Kenwood in the UK.
Made in China.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR CORRECT DISPOSAL
OF THE PRODUCT IN ACCORDANCE WITH EC
DIRECTIVE 2002/96/EC.
At the end of its working life, the product must not be disposed of as
urban waste.
It must be taken to a special local authority differentiated waste
collection centre or to a dealer providing this service.
Disposing of a household appliance separately avoids possible
negative consequences for the environment and health deriving
from inappropriate disposal and enables the constituent materials
to be recovered to obtain significant savings in energy and
resources. As a reminder of the need to dispose of household
appliances separately, the product is marked with a crossed-out
wheeled dustbin.
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guarantee UK only
If your food processor goes wrong within one year from the date
you bought it, we will repair it (or replace it if necessary) free of
charge provided:
it has been used in accordance with these instructions.
you have not misused, neglected, or damaged it;
it has not been modified (unless by KENWOOD);
it is not second hand;
it has not been used commercially;
you have not fitted a plug incorrectly; and
you supply your receipt to show when you bought it.
This guarantee does not affect your statutory rights.
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troubleshooting guide
Problem
Cause
Solution
The processor will not operate.
No Power.
No power/indicator light not lit.
Check processor is plugged in.
Bowl not fitted to power unit correctly.
Check bowl is located correctly and
the handle is situated towards the
right hand side.
Bowl lid not locked on correctly.
Check that the lid interlock is
located correctly into the handle
area.
The processor will not work
if the bowl and lid are fitted
incorrectly.
Eco function operating.
Press either the Auto Button or turn
speed control on, then return to ‘O’ to
switch off Eco function.
If none of the above check the
fuse/circuit breaker in your home.
Compact chopper/grinder will not operate.
Compact chopper/grinder not locked on correctly.
The compact chopper/grinder will not
operate if fitted incorrectly to the
interlock.
Compact chopper/grinder not assembled correctly.
Check blade unit is fully tightened
onto the compact chopper/grinder jar.
Blender not locked on correctly.
The blender will not operate if
fitted incorrectly to the interlock.
Blender not assembled correctly.
Check blade unit is fully tightened
into the goblet.
Overload protection operated.
Processor overloaded or overheated during
operation.
Switch off, unplug and allow the
appliance to cool down for
approximately 15 minutes.
Maximum capacity exceeded.
Refer to the speed chart for maximum
capacities to process.
Power On light flashing rapidly.
Normal operation.
The light will flash if the bowl, lid or blender are
not fitted to the power unit or not locked in
place correctly.
Check interlocks are engaged
correctly.
Power On light flashing slowly.
Normal operation.
Food processor left plugged in for over 30 minutes Press either the Auto Button or turn
without being operated and gone into Eco mode. speed control on and then return to
‘O’ to switch off Eco function.
Auto and Power On light flashing.
Normal operation.
The light will flash if the Auto selected but
interlocks not engaged.
Check interlocks are engaged
correctly or press the Auto button to
switch off the Auto function.
Blender or compact chopper/grinder leaking
from blade assembly base.
Seal missing.
Seal incorrectly fitted.
Seal damaged.
Check seal is fitted correctly and not
damaged. To obtain a replacement
seal see “service & customer care”.
Blender seal missing from blade unit when
removed from packaging.
The seal is packed pre-fitted to the blade unit.
Unscrew goblet and check that seal
is fitted to blade unit.
To obtain a replacement seal see
“service & customer care”.
Poor performance of tools/attachments.
Refer to hints in relevant “using the attachment” section. Check attachments are
assembled correctly.
Blender will not operate.
Processor stops or slows
during processing.
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recipes ideas/suggestions
lasagne
use the shredding disc & knife blade
300g (12oz) braising steak, cubed.
400g can of tomatoes
30mls (2tbsp) tomato puree
1 onion
5mls (1tsp) basil
100g (4oz) lasagne sheets
500g béchamel sauce
(50g (2oz) butter, 50g (2oz) plain flour, 500mls (1pt) milk)
200g (8oz) mozzarella cheese
15mls (1tbsp) oil
salt and pepper
carrot and coriander soup
use the blender
25g (1oz) butter
50g (2oz) onion chopped
1 clove garlic crushed
640g (1lb 8oz) carrot cut into 1 cm cubes
cold chicken stock
10-15mls (2-3tsp) ground coriander
salt and pepper
1 Melt the butter in a pan, add the onion and garlic and fry until
soft.
2 Place the carrot into the blender, add the onion and garlic. Add
sufficient stock to reach the 1.6L level marked on the goblet. Fit
the lid and filler cap.
3 Blend on maximum speed for 15 seconds for a coarse soup or
longer for a finer result.
4 Transfer the mixture to a saucepan, add the coriander and
seasoning and simmer the soup for 30 to 35 minutes or until
cooked.
5 Adjust the seasoning as necessary and add extra liquid if
required.
1 Make the béchamel sauce - melt the butter and add the flour
and cook for 2minutes. Then slowly add the milk, bring to the
boil, stirring continously. Simmer until mix starts to thicken.
2 Grate the cheese using the shredding disc.
3 Then separately chop the meat and onions with the knife blade.
4 Pre-heat the oil and fry the onions until softened, add the meat
and fry until brown.
5 Then add the tomatoes, tomato puree and seasonings.
6 Stir well, cover and simmer gently for about 40minutes.
7 Cook the lasagne in plenty of salted boiling water until tender.
Then drain well.
8 Place layers of meat, lasagne, béchamel sauce and cheese in a
1litre/2pint oven proof dish. Finish with a layer of cheese.
9 Bake at 190°C/375°F/Gas Mark 5 for 30minutes or until golden
and bubbling.
shortcrust pastry
use the knife blade
300g (12oz) plain flour
150g (6oz) mixture of lard and margarine cut into small pieces
2.5 mls (1⁄2 tsp) salt
45mls (3tbsp) cold water
victoria sandwich
use the knife blade
150g (6oz) soft margarine
150g (6oz) caster sugar
150g (6oz) self raising flour
5mls (1tsp) baking powder
3 eggs
15mls (1tbsp) warm water
filling & decoration
3tbsp strawberry jam
150mls (1⁄4pt) double cream whipped (optional)
1tbsp icing sugar or caster sugar
1 Fit the knife blade and add the flour, salt and fat. Process for
approximately 10 seconds or until the mixture looks like coarse
breadcrumbs.
2 Then add the water down the feed tube on low speed until the
mixture looks like it is about to stick together.
3 Turn out the mixture onto a worksurface and shape by hand.
Use as required.
● For best results allow the pastry to rest before use. Place in a
plastic bag or wrap in clingfilm and chill in the fridge for 20
minutes.
meringues
1 Pre-heat the oven to 180°C/350°F/Gas mark 4 and grease two
18cm(7”) shallow cake tins.
2 Fit the knife blade. Place all the ingredients for the sponge in the
bowl and process for 5 seconds. Using a spatula, scrape the
mixture into the centre of the bowl and process for a further 5
seconds.
3 Pour the mixture into the prepared tins and bake for 2025minutes or until firm to a light touch and coming away from
the edges slightly. If you are unsure whether the cake is cooked
insert a thin skewer in the centre and it should come out clean.
Turn out onto a wire cooling rack.
4 When cool spread the jam and cream over one of the cakes,
top with the other cake and sprinkle with the sugar.
use the dual whisk
4 egg whites
200g (8oz) caster sugar
1 Whisk the egg whites at high speed until stiff.
2 Add half the sugar and continue to whisk until the mixture is
glossy.
3 Remove the whisk and carefully fold in the remaining sugar with
a metal spoon.
4 Pipe the mixture onto trays lined with non-stick baking paper.
5 Bake in a pre-heated oven at 110°C/225°F/Gas mark 1⁄4 for
about 4 - 5hours until firm and crisp. If they start to brown, leave
the door slightly ajar.
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peach fruit fool
fruit crumble topping mix
use the dual whisk & folding tool
300g (12oz) whipping cream
300g (12oz) tinned peach slices (drained)
use the compact chopper/grinder
70g (2oz) whole blanched almonds
70g (2oz) whole hazelnuts
crumble mix
100g (4oz) butter or block margarine
200g (8oz) plain flour
200g (8oz) caster sugar
900g (2lb) prepared fruit (sliced apples, rhubarb etc)
1 Put the peaches slices in the blender and process on maximum
speed until a smooth puree achieved.
2 Use the whisk to whip the cream on Auto for approx. 30
seconds or until the mix starts to form soft peaks.
3 Remove the whisk and fit the folding tool, then add the peach
puree. Fold the puree through on Auto for approx. 30 secs.
Place in the fridge to set for at least 2 hours.
chocolate mousse
1 Place the nuts in the compact chopper/grinder and process for
10 seconds using pulse.
2 Place the butter and flour into the main bowl and process until
the mixture resembles coarse breadcrumbs. Add 50g sugar and
the chopped nuts and pulse for a few seconds to stir in.
3 Place half the fruit in a 2 litres (4 pints) pie dish and sprinkle over
the remaining sugar and top with the rest of the fruit.
4 Spoon the crumble mix over the fruit and press down lightly.
5 Bake in the oven at 200°C (400°F) or Gas Mark 6 for
approx.45minutes.
(6 X 150mls servings)
use the dual whisk & folding tool
200g (7oz) dark chocolate (75% cocoa solids)
120mls (4 fl oz) warm water
3 large eggs (separated)
40g (1½ oz) caster sugar
1 Place the water in a large heatproof bowl sitting over a saucepan
of simmering water. Break the chocolate into small pieces and
place in the bowl to melt slowly. Remove from the heat and stir
to ensure smooth and glossy. Allow the chocolate to cool for 2-3
minutes and then stir in the egg yolks.
2 Place the egg whites in the bowl and use the dual whisk on Auto
to whisk until soft peaks form ( approx. 30 secs). Do not over
whisk.
3 Whisk in the sugar, adding a third at a time. Whisk until the egg
white mix looks glossy.
4 Add the folding tool into the bowl and pour the melted chocolate
gently over the egg white mix. Use Auto speed and fold until the
chocolate is incorporated (max 30 secs) . DO NOT overmix, any
unprocessed mix should be gently folded in by hand.
5 Divide the mix between the serving glasses, cover with cling film
and allow to chill in the fridge for at least 2 hours.
white bread
use the dough tool
500g (1lb 2oz) strong white bread flour
5mls (1tsp) salt
15g (1⁄2oz) lard
15g (1⁄2oz) fresh yeast or 10mls (2tsp) dried yeast + 5mls (1tsp)
caster sugar.
300mls (11 fl oz) warm water, 100mls (31⁄2 fl oz) boiling water to
200mls (71⁄2 fl oz) cold water
1 Dried yeast (the type that needs reconstituting): Add
the yeast and sugar to the warm water. Leave to stand for 5 - 10
minutes until frothy.
Fresh yeast: crumble into the flour
Other types of yeast: follow the manufacturer’s instructions.
2 Fit the dough tool or knife blade and add the flour (with fresh
yeast if used), salt and lard. Process for a few seconds to evenly
distribute the ingredients.
3 Then with the motor running quickly pour the liquid in a steady
stream down the feed tube until the mixture forms an elastic soft
dough. This will take about 60 seconds.
4 Remove the dough, place in a bowl, cover with an oiled piece of
clingfilm or a plastic bag, and leave in a warm place for 45 - 60
minutes or until doubled in size.
5 Re-knead by hand for 2-3 minutes. Re-kneading in the bowl is
not recommended as it may cause the processor to become
unstable. Shape into a loaf or rolls and place on greased baking
trays and leave until double in size.
6 Then bake in a pre-heated oven at 230°C/450°F/Gas mark 8 for
20 - 25 minutes for the loaf or 10 - 15 minutes for bread rolls.
When ready they should sound hollow when tapped on the
base.
note
This mousse recipe uses raw eggs – ensure the eggs are fresh,
in date and have been stored in the fridge. People with weak
immunity or pregnant women should not eat raw eggs.
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