Bowl-Lift Models* Stand Mixer Features

Bowl-Lift Models* Stand Mixer Features
Bowl-Lift Models* Stand Mixer Features
Motor Head
Speed Control Lever
(see “Assembling Your
Bowl-Lift Mixer”
section)
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Attachment Hub
(see “Attachments
and Accessories”
section)
Attachment
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CAUTION:
Bowl Lift Handle
(not shown)
Beater Height
Adjustment Screw
(not shown, see “Beater to
Bowl Clearance” section)
Beater
Shaft
Spring Latch and Bowl Pin
(not shown)
Locating Pins
Wire Whip
(see “Using Your
KitchenAid®
Attachments”
section)
Flat Beater
5 Qt Stainless
(see “Using Your
Steel Bowl
KitchenAid®
Attachments” Bowl Support
section)
*Bowl-Lift models include K5SS, KSM5, KSM50P, KP50PS
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Dough Hook
(see “Using Your
KitchenAid®
Attachments”
section)
Assembling Your Bowl-Lift Mixer
To Lower Bowl
1. Rotate handle back and down.
To Remove Bowl
1. Be sure speed control is OFF and
stand mixer is unplugged.
2. Place bowl lift handle in down
position.
3. Remove flat beater, wire whip,
or dough hook.
4. Grasp bowl handle and lift
straight up and off locating pins.
Electrical Shock Hazard
Plug into a grounded 3 prong
outlet.
To Attach Flat Beater, Wire Whip,
or Dough Hook
1. Turn speed control to OFF and
unplug.
2. Slip flat beater on beater shaft
and press upward as far as
possible.
3. Turn beater to
right, hooking
beater over
PIN
the pin on
shaft.
4. Plug into a grounded 3 prong
outlet.
To Remove Flat Beater, Wire
Whip, Or Dough Hook
1. Turn speed control to OFF and
unplug.
2. Press beater upward as far as
possible and turn left.
3. Pull beater from beater 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.
To Attach Bowl
1. Be sure speed control is OFF and
stand mixer is unplugged.
2. Place bowl lift handle in down
position.
3. Fit bowl supports over locating
pins.
4. Press down on back of bowl
until bowl pin snaps into spring
latch.
5. Raise bowl before mixing.
6. Plug into a grounded 3 prong
outlet.
Solid State Speed Control
Off Stir 2 4 6 8 10
Household stand mixer SPEED
Control
Plug into a grounded 3 prong
outlet. Speed control lever should
always to be set on lowest speed
for starting, then gradually moved
to desired higher speed to avoid
splashing ingredients out of bowl.
See “Speed Control Guide” section.
RAISE
To Raise Bowl
1. Rotate handle to straight-up
position.
2. Bowl must always be in raised,
locked position when mixing.
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Tilt-Head Models* Stand Mixer Features
Attachment Hub
(see “Attachments and
Accessories” section)
Motor Head
Speed Control
Lever (see
“Speed Control
Guide” section)
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Attachment Knob
Motor Head
Locking Lever
(not shown)
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Beater Shaft
Flat Beater
(see “Using your
KitchenAid®
Attachments”
section)
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Beater Height
Adjustment Screw
(see “Beater to
Bowl Clearance”
section)
41⁄2 or 5
Qt Stainless
Steel Bowl
Wire Whip
(see “Using your
KitchenAid®
Attachments”
section)
Bowl Clamping Plate
Dough Hook
(see “Using your
KitchenAid®
Attachments”
section)
*41⁄2 Qt models include K45, KSM90, KSM103, KSM75
*5 Qt model KSM150, KSM151
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Assembling Your Tilt-Head Mixer
3. Tilt motor head back.
4. Slip beater onto beater shaft and
press upward as far as possible.
5. Turn beater to right, hooking
beater over pin of shaft.
6. Plug into a grounded 3 prong
outlet.
To Remove Flat Beater, Wire
Whip Or Dough Hook
1. Turn speed control to OFF.
2. Unplug stand
mixer.
3. Tilt motor
head back.
PIN
4. Press beater
upward as far as possible.
5. Pull beater from beater shaft.
Electrical Shock Hazard
Plug into a grounded 3 prong
outlet.
Do not remove ground prong.
Do not use an adapter.
Do not use an extension cord.
Lock
Failure to follow these
instructions can result in
death, fire, or electrical shock.
OFF
To Lock Motor Head
1. Make sure motor head is
completely down.
2. Place locking lever in LOCK
position.
3. Before mixing, test lock by
attempting to raise head.
To Unlock Motor Head
1. Place lever in UNLOCK position.
NOTE: Motor head should always
be kept in LOCK position when
using stand mixer.
ON
To Attach Bowl
1. Turn speed control to OFF.
2. Unplug stand mixer.
3. Tilt motor head back.
4. Place bowl on bowl clamping
plate.
5. Turn bowl gently in clockwise
direction.
6. Plug into a grounded 3 prong
outlet.
To Remove Bowl
1. Turn speed control to OFF.
2. Unplug stand mixer.
3. Tilt motor head back.
4. Turn bowl in counterclockwise
direction.
To Attach Flat Beater, Wire Whip,
Or Dough Hook
1. Turn speed control to OFF.
2. Unplug stand mixer.
Unlock
Solid State Speed Control
Off Stir 2 4 6 8 10
To Operate Speed Control
Plug into a grounded 3 prong
outlet. Speed control lever should
always be set on lowest speed for
starting, then gradually moved to
desired higher speed to avoid
splashing ingredients out of bowl.
See the “Speed Control Guide”
section.
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Using Your KitchenAid® Attachments
Flat Beater for normal to heavy mixtures:
cakes
creamed frostings
candies
cookies
pie pastry
biscuits
quick breads
meat loaf
mashed potatoes
Wire Whip for mixtures that need air incorporated:
eggs
egg whites
heavy cream
boiled frostings
sponge cakes
angel food cakes
mayonnaise
some candies
Dough Hook for mixing and kneading yeast doughs:
breads
rolls
coffee cakes
buns
Mixing Time
Your KitchenAid® stand mixer will
mix faster and more thoroughly
than most other electric mixers.
Therefore, the mixing time in most
recipes must be adjusted to avoid
overbeating. With cakes, for
example, beating time may be half
as long as with other mixers.
Mixer Use
The bowl and beater are designed
to provide thorough mixing
without frequent scraping. Scraping
the bowl once or twice during
mixing is usually sufficient. Turn
stand mixer off before scraping.
The stand mixer may warm up
during use. Under heavy loads with
extended mixing time, you may not
be able to comfortably touch the
top of the stand mixer. This is
normal.
Injury Hazard
Unplug mixer before touching
beaters.
Failure to do so can result in
broken bones, cuts or bruises.
NOTE: Do not scrape bowl while
stand mixer is operating.
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Speed Control Guide
Number of Speed
Stir
Speed
STIR
For slow stirring, combining, mashing,
starting all mixing procedures. Use to
add flour and dry ingredients to
batter, add liquids to dry ingredients,
and combine heavy mixtures.
2
SLOW MIXING
For slow mixing, mashing, faster
stirring. Use to mix heavy batters and
candies, start mashing potatoes or
other vegetables, cut shortening into
flour, mix thin or splashy batters, and
mix and knead yeast dough. Use with
Can Opener attachment.
4
MIXING,
BEATING
For mixing semi-heavy batters, such as
cookies. Use to combine sugar and
shortening and to add sugar to egg
whites for meringues. Medium speed
for cake mixes. Use with: Food
Grinder, Rotor Slicer/Shredder, and
Fruit/Vegetable Strainer.
6
BEATING,
CREAMING
For medium fast beating (creaming) or
whipping. Use to finish mixing cake,
doughnut, and other batters. High
speed for cake mixes. Use with Citrus
Juicer attachment.
8
FAST BEATING,
WHIPPING
For whipping cream, egg whites, and
boiled frostings.
10
FAST WHIPPING
For whipping small amounts of cream
or egg whites. Use with Pasta Maker
and Grain Mill attachments.
NOTE: Will not maintain fast speeds
under heavy loads, such as when using
Pasta Maker or Grain Mill attachments.
NOTE: The Speed Control Lever can be set between the speeds listed in
the above chart to obtain speeds 3, 5, 7 and 9 if a finer adjustment is
required.
Do not exceed Speed 2 when preparing yeast doughs as this may cause
damage to the stand mixer.
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Mixing Tips
Converting Your Recipe
for the Mixer
Adding Ingredients
Always add ingredients as close to
side of bowl as possible, not
directly into moving beater. The
Pouring Shield can be used to
simplify adding ingredients.
NOTE: If ingredients in very bottom
of bowl are not thoroughly mixed,
then the beater is not far enough
into the bowl. See “Beater to Bowl
Clearance“ section.
The mixing instructions for recipes
in this book can guide you in
converting your own favorite
recipes for preparation with your
KitchenAid® stand mixer. Look for
recipes similar to yours and then
adapt your recipes to use the
procedures in the similar KitchenAid
recipes.
For example, the “quick mix”
method (sometimes referred to as
the “dump” method) is ideal for
simple cakes, such as the Quick
Yellow Cake and Easy White Cake
included in this book. This method
calls for combining dry ingredients
with most or all liquid ingredients
in one step.
More elaborate cakes, such as
Caramel Walnut Banana Torte,
should be prepared using the
traditional cake mixing method.
With this method, sugar and the
shortening, butter or margarine are
thoroughly mixed (creamed) before
other ingredients are added.
For all cakes, mixing times may
change because your KitchenAid®
stand mixer works more quickly
than other mixers. In general,
mixing a cake with the KitchenAid®
stand mixer will take about half the
time called for in most cake recipes.
To help determine the ideal
mixing time, observe the batter or
dough and mix only until it has the
desired appearance described in
your recipe, such as “smooth and
creamy.”
To select the best mixing speeds,
use the Speed Control Guide.
Cake Mixes
When preparing packaged cake
mixes, use Speed 2 for low speed,
Speed 4 for medium speed, and
Speed 6 for high speed. For best
results, mix for the time stated on
the package directions.
Adding Nuts, Raisins or
Candied Fruits
Follow individual recipes for
guidelines on including these
ingredients. In general, solid
materials should be folded in the
last few seconds of mixing on Stir
Speed. The batter should be thick
enough to keep the fruit or nuts
from sinking to the bottom of the
pan during baking. Sticky fruits
should be dusted with flour for
better distribution in the batter.
Liquid Mixtures
Mixtures containing large amounts
of liquid ingredients should be
mixed at lower speeds to avoid
splashing. Increase speed only after
mixture has thickened.
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