food processor
FOOD PROCESSOR
Owner’s Manual
1 YEAR WARRANTY
Manufacturer warrants, subject to the conditions stated below, that from the date of purchase, this product will be free from
mechanical defects for a period of ONE (1) year. Manufacturer, at its option, will repair or replace this product found to be defective
during the warranty period. Should this product become defective by reason of improper workmanship or material defect during
the specified warranty period, Manufacturer will repair or replace the same effecting all necessary parts replacements for a period
of one year from the date of purchase. Transportation charges on parts, or products in whole, submitted for repair or replacement,
under this warranty, must be borne by the purchaser.
CONDITIONS: This warranty is valid for the original USA retail purchaser from the date of initial retail purchase and is not
transferable. Keep the original sales receipt. Proof of purchase is required to obtain warranty service or replacement. Dealers,
service centers, or retail stores do not have the right to alter, modify or in any way, change the terms and conditions of this
warranty. Warranty registration is not necessary to obtain warranty on Manufacturer Products. Save your proof of purchase receipt.
ABOUT YOUR PRODUCT WARRANTY: warranty service does NOT apply if the product damage occurred because of misuse, lack of
routine maintenance, shipping, handling, warehousing or improper installation. Similarly, the warranty is void if the manufacturing
date or the serial number on the product has been removed or the equipment has been altered or modified. During the warranty
period, the authorized service dealer, at its option, will repair or replace any part that, upon examination, is found to be defective
under normal use and service.
NORMAL WEAR: This warranty does not cover normal wear of parts or damage resulting from any of the following: negligent
use or misuse of the product; improper voltage or current; use contrary to the operation instructions; deviation from instructions
regarding storage and transportation; repair or alteration by anyone other than Manufacturer or an authorized service center.
Further, the warranty does not cover Acts of God, such as fire, flood, hurricanes and tornadoes. Manufacturer shall not be liable
for any incidental or consequential damages caused by the breach of any express or implied warranty. Except to the extent
prohibited by applicable law, any implied warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose is limited in duration to
the duration of the above warranty. Some states, provinces or jurisdictions do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental of
consequential damages or limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitations or exclusion may not apply
to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights that vary from state to state or province to
province.
HOW TO OBTAIN WARRANTY SERVICE: If your appliance should prove to be defective within the warranty period, we will repair it,
or if we think necessary, replace it. To obtain warranty service, simply call our Customer Service Representatives; 855.927.4383, or
send the defective product to Customer Service to the following address: 103 Pleasant Avenue ∙ Upper Saddle River, NJ 07458.
Fo r Pa rt s & Service In
T h e USA Cont a ct Us:
855.927.4383
service@braunpartsusa.com
IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
This appliance is for HOUSEHOLD USE ONLY.
When using an electrical appliance, basic safety precautions should always
be taken, including the following:
1. READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USE.
2. Unplug from outlet when not in use and before cleaning.
3. Avoid contacting moving parts.
4. To protect against fire, electric shock and injury to persons, DO NOT
IMMERSE CORD, PLUG OR BASE UNIT in water or other liquids.
5. Close supervision is necessary when any appliance is used by or near
children. Do not allow children to operate the appliance.
6. Do not operate any appliance with a damaged cord or plug, or after the appliance has malfunctioned or has been damaged in any way. Return
appliance to the nearest authorized service facility for examination, repair
or adjustment.
7. The use of accessory attachments not recommended by Braun may result
in fire, electric shock or injury to persons.
8. Do not use outdoors.
9. Do not let power cord hang over edge of table or counter, or touch hot
surfaces.
10. Do not place on or near a hot gas or electric burner, or in a heated oven.
11. Always operate the appliance on a smooth, even and stable surface.
12. Do not use appliance for anything other than intended use.
13. Use extreme caution when operating any appliance with sharp blades or
attachments.
14. Always ensure the voltage on the rating label corresponds to the voltage
in your home.
15. This appliance has a polarized plug (one blade is wider than the other).
To reduce the risk of electric shock, this plug is intended to fit into a
polarized outlet only one way. If the plug does not fit fully into the outlet,
reverse the plug. If it still does not fit, contact a qualified electrician. Do
not attempt to modify the plug in any way. Always unplug the appliance
when not in use.
16. Ensure all moving parts have completely stopped before removing food
from the food processor.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
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19
a
11
20
8
Optional 12
b
13
c
14
d
e
15
7
Optional
16
9
17
6
18
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5
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4
3
2
PARTS & ATTACHMENTS
1. Motor Block
2. Cord Storage
3. Motor Switch (On/I Off/O)
4. Pulse Mode ( P )
5. Variable Speed Regulator (1-15)
6. Food Processor Bowl (2 cup capacity)
7. Lid for Food Processor Bowl
8. Pusher For Lid
9. Blade With Protective Cover
10. Insert Carrier
11. Fine Slicing Insert - a
12. Coarse Slicing Insert - b (Optional)
13. Fine Shredding Insert - c
14. Coarse Shredding Insert - d
15. Grating Insert - e
16. French-Fries System (Optional)
17. Kneading Hook
18. Whipping Attachment
19. Citrus Press
20. Chopper Attachment
Model#: FP3020
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USE
CAUTIONS:
∙ This appliance is designed for household use only and for
processing normal household quantities.
∙ Blades are sharp. Handle carefully!
∙ Keep hands, hair, clothing, as well as spatulas and other
utensils away from beaters (knife assembly) during
operation to reduce the risk of injury to persons, and/or
damage to the mixer. Remove beaters (knife assembly
from mixer before washing.
∙ Never feed food into the processor by hand, always use
food pusher.
∙ To avoid injury, never place cutting blade or discs on base
without first putting bowl properly in place.
∙ Be certain cover is securely locked in place before
operating appliance.
∙ Do not attempt to defeat the cover interlock mechanism.
DIRECTIONS:
Before using the food processor for the first time,
clean all parts as described under "Cleaning & Maintenance".
1.With the motor switched
off, place the food processor
bowl onto the drive place on
the motor block by matching
the arrow on the bowl with
the arrow on the motor
block. Turn the bowl in the
"function" direction as far as it
will go. See figure A
pg 4
A
1
2
2. Put desired
B
attachment onto drive
1
shaft of the bowl and
push it down as far as it
will go.
3. Put the lid onto the
bowl matching the
2
arrow on the lid with
the arrow on the bowl.
Turn the lid clockwise
guiding its nose rim
into the safety lock
f
opening of the motor
block until it audibly snaps into place.
See Figure B
4. Set the speed range by means of
the variable speed regulator. It is
recommended to first select the speed
and then switch on the appliance in
order to work with the desired speed
from the beginning. See figure f
5. Fill the food processor bowl with
ingredients. Note: In order to avoid damages caused by
overload, this appliance is equipped with an automatic
security switch which shuts off the current supply if necessary.
In such case, turn the motor switch back to off "O" and wait
approximately 15 minutes to allow the motor to cool off before
switching on the appliance again.
6.Switch the motor to the on position "|". See figure f. Note:
The appliance can only be switched on when the food processor
bowl and the lid is properly engaged. If the lid is opened during
operation, the motor switches off automatically. In this case the
motor switch is still on "|", turn it back to "O" to avoid switching
on the motor accidentally.
click
click
7. To remove the food processor bowl switch off the
appliance, turn the lid counterclockwise and lift off. Turn the
food processor bowl in the "click" direction until it unlocks,
lift off the bowl.
Pulse Function
P
The pulse mode is useful for the following applications: Chopping delicate and
soft food - eggs, onions, or parsley, carefully folding flour into dough or batter
to maintain the creaminess, or adding whipped eggs or cream to more solid
food.
pg 5
1. The pulse mode is activated by turning the motor switch to
the pulse position P (to the left). The switch does not catch
at this setting. Hold the switch in pulse position or turn it to
pulse position repeatedly.
2. Before activating the pulse mode, set the desired speed
with the speed regulator. When releasing the pulse mode
the appliance is switched off.
KNEADING
17 - Kneading Hook
OR
For kneading you can use the kneading hook, or
the blade. For best results, we recommend using
the kneading hook which is specially designed for
making yeast dough, pasta, and pastries. Use the
chart below for kneading dough.
CAUTION: Do not use the kneading hook for heavy
mixtures such as cake.
9 - Blade
Dough
Max Capacity
Speed
Time
Yeast Dough
2 cups flour plus other
ingredients
7
1½ Min
Pasta Dough
2 cups flour plus other
ingredients
7
1½ Min
Pastries
2 cups flour plus other
ingredients
7
1 Min
Yeast Dough (Breads & Cakes - use blade)
1. Pour flour into the food processor bowl, then add other
ingredients except liquids.
2. Put on the lid and lock into place. Set the food processor to
speed 7 and switch the appliance on.
pg 6
3. Add liquids by pouring them through the filling tube of the
lid while the motor is running.
Note: when kneading with the blade, do not add ingredients like raisins or
nuts which are not supposed to be cut. These have to be added manually after
removing the kneaded dough from the food processor bowl.
Pasta Dough
1. Pour flour into the food processor bowl, then add other
ingredients except liquids.
2. Put on the lid and lock into place. Set the food processor to
speed 7 and switch the appliance on.
3. Add liquids by pouring them through the filling tube of the
lid while the motor is running.
Note: Do not add any liquid after the dough has formed into a ball as then the
liquid will no longer be absorbed evenly.
Pastries
1. Pour flour into the food processor bowl, then add other
ingredients. For best results, butter should not be too hard
or too soft.
2. Put on the lid and lock into place. Set the food processor to
speed 7 and switch the appliance on.
3. Stop kneading the dough shortly after a ball has formed.
Otherwise the pastry dough will become too soft.
MIXING
For mixing cake dough or sponges use the blade. The
kneading hook is not suitable for mixing cake doughs or
sponges. Max capacity 2 cups flour plus other ingredients.
9 - Blade
Cake Mixtures
Method One:
1. Cream butter, sugar, and eggs on speed 6 for 1 minute
pg 7
2. Pour in milk on speed 6 for 15 seconds.
3. Set the food processor to speed 15, using the "pulse"
function, carefully fold in flour; pulse 10-15 times.
Method Two:
1. Pour all ingredients except liquids into the food processor
bowl, process ingredients on speed 15 for 1 minute.
2. Add liquids through the filling tube of the lid while the
motor is running.
3. Add ingredients like raisins and nuts manually.
Sponge Doughs
1. Cream eggs and water on speed 15 for 2 minutes.
2. Add sugar and process on speed 15 for 4 minutes.
3. On speed 8, fold in flour using the pulse function 5 times.
4. Add cocoa powder using the pulse function 3 times.
BLENDING
Use the blade for blending soups and shakes etc. Do not
fill the processor bowl above 2 cups to keep the bowl
from overflowing.
9 - Blade
1. Pour coarsely chopped fruit into the food processor bowl.
2. Put on the lid and lock into place. Set the food processor to
speed 15 and switch the appliance on.
3. Set the food processor to speed 10, add liquid through the
filling tube and process until blended.
Note: When blending milk, please note that it will froth. Use
smaller quantities.
CHOPPING
Processing times in the chart on the next page are approximate and depend
on the quality, the amount of food to be processed and the required degree of
fineness.
pg 8
Chopping With The Blade
Product
Max
Preparation
Amount
Speed
Mode
Time/Pulse
Hard Bread
Rolls
4
Quartered
15
|
45 secs
Ice Cubes
28
Whole
15
|
1 min
Apples
4 Cups
Quartered
8
|
15 secs
Chocolate
Cool
2 Cups
Broken
15
|
Coarse: 15 sec,
Fine: 30 sec
Eggs
8
Whole
6
Pulse
8x
Cheese
(Soft)
2 Cups
3cm Cubes
15
|
20 sec
Cheese
(Hard)
4 Cups
3cm Cubes
15
|
60-70 sec
Meat
4 Cups
Inch Cubes
15
|
40 sec
Carrots
4 Cups
Inch Pieces
15
|
10 sec
Onions
4 Cups
Quartered
15
Pulse
10-13x
Chopping With Chopper Attachment
Recommended quantity: max. 1 cup. When processing large pieces of food, first use
the pulse mode, then continue with the highest speed until you reach the desired
degree of fineness. Do not chop hard foods such as coffee beans or nutmeg.
Product
Recomm.
Quantity
Preparation
Speed
Mode
Time/Pulse
Herbs
4
Without
Stems
15
|
5-10 secs
Onions
1
Quartered
6
Pulse
5x
Cheese (Hard)
½ Cup
Inch Pieces
15
|
45 secs
Nuts
½ Cup
Whole
15
|
30 sec
Chop herbs
7
|
5-10 sec
Max. 1 egg Mix egg,
seasoning,
mustard,
vinegar, add
oil slowly
while motor
is running.
15
|
60 sec
Raw or
cooked, no
hot food
15
|
20-30 sec
Salad Dressing
Mayonnaise
Baby Food
(veggies/
fruits)
pg 9
SLICING, SHREDDING, GRATING
Insert
Speed
Processing Examples
11. a - Fine
Slicing
1-2
Cucumbers, Cabbage, Raw
Potatoes, Carrots, Onions,
Radishes
12. b - Coarse
Slicing (Optional)
1-2
13. c - Fine
Shredding
3-6
Cucumbers, Kohlrabi, Raw
Potatoes, Onions, Bananas, Tomatoes, Mushrooms,
Celery
Cheese (soft to medium),
Cucumbers, Carrots, Raw
Potatoes, Apples
14. d- Coarse
Shredding
3-6
Cheese (soft to medium),
Cucumbers, Kohlrabi, Beetroot, Carrots, Raw Potatoes,
Apples, Cabbage
15. e - Grating
8-15
Raw Potatoes, Horseradish,
Parmigiano Cheese (hard)
1. Place the insert you want to use
into the insert carrier and snap into
position (see figure C). In order to
remove the insert, push up the insert
end that protrudes at the bottom of
the insert carrier.
2. Press the assembled slicer/shredder
onto the drive shaft of the food
processor bowl (see figure D).
3. Put the lid onto the bowl and lock
into place. Set the speed and fill the
food to be processed into the filling
tube while the motor is switched off.
Refilling should be done with the
motor switched off.
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C
a
D
4. Never reach into the filling tube when the motor is running.
Always use the pusher (see figure E).
E
1
2
Note: When processing juicy or soft food, you will obtain better results at a
lower speed. Hard food should be processed at a higher speed. Do not overload
the processor bowl. Refer to the chart below to choose the appropriate
attachment for desired food to be processed.
WHIPPING
Use the whipping attachment for light whipping only.
Use the kneading attachment or blade for whipping
heavy mixtures.
18 - Whipping
Attachment
Whipping Sponges - Max 2½ cups flour plus ingredients
1. Cream eggs and water on speed 5 for 2 minutes.
2. Add sugar on speed 5 for 2 minutes
3. On speed 1 fold in flour for 30 seconds.
Whipping Egg Whites
∙Min 2 egg-whites: speed 4-5 for 4 minutes
∙Max 6 egg-whites: speed 4-5 for 6 minutes
Whipping Cream
∙Min 0.15-0.2: speed 2 for 1-2 minutes
∙Max 0.4: speed 2 for 3½ - 4 minutes
Note: Before whipping sterilized cream,
keep the cream cool for several hours
pg 11
JUICING
Use the citrus juicer to make fresh squeezed juice.
Use caution when pressing juice, do not press too hard.
19 - Citrus Press
1. Remove lid from food processor bowl
(See figure a).
2. Attach citrus press to food processor
bowl by aligning the arrow on the
citrus press with the arrow on the food
processor bowl, then rotate the citrus
press clockwise (see figure b).
pg 12
a
b
2
3. Cut citrus fruit (orange, grapefruit,
lemon, etc.) in half. Set the food
processor speed to 3 and turn on.
Juice fruit by pressing fruit halves onto
citrus press until all the fruit juice
is gone from the fruit (See figure c).
Repeat until desired amount of juice is
acquired.
c
4. To pour your fresh juice, rotate citrus
press counter-clockwise (see figure d).
d
1
e
5. Hold citrus press in place and pour
freshly squeezed juice into a clean
glass (see figure e).
5. To remove citrus press from food
processor bowl rotate the citrus press
to align the arrows on the citrus press
and the food processor bowl and lift
(see figure f).
e
f
2
1
CLEANING & MAINTENANCE
Always make sure to switch off the motor and unplug the
appliance. Clean the motor block with a damp cloth only. Blades
are sharp! Use caution when cleaning the blades.
∙ All parts except for the chopper bowl can be cleaned in the
dishwasher. If needed, parts can be washed in warm soapy
water and rinsed thoroughly. DO NOT PUT BASE UNIT IN
DISHWASHER!
∙ Color-intensive food such as carrots may leave stains on the
plastic parts; wipe them off with cooking oil before cleaning
with water.
∙ Do not use sharp objects for cleaning purposes.
∙ Clean the blades and the inserts very carefully - they are
very sharp! Take hold of the knob only.
DO NOT SUBMERGE THE BASE UNIT OR CORD INTO WATER
OR ANY OTHER LIQUID OR THIS MAY DAMAGE THE FOOD
PROCESSOR.
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103 Pleasant Avenue ∙ Upper Saddle River ∙ NJ 07458
855.927.4383 | service@braunpartsusa.com
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