AEG FINESSE KM 21 User manual

AEG FINESSE KM 21 User manual
KM 21 FINESSE PLUS electronic
KM 31 FINESSE SUPER electronic
KM 41 FINESSE PROF! electronic
Kompakt-Kuchenmaschinen
Compact Food Processors
Robots de cuisine compacts
Macchine compatte da cucina
Gebrauchsanweisung
Operations instructions
Mode d'emploi
Istrucciones per uso
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Herzlichen Glückwunsch zum Kauf Ihrer neuen AEG Küchenmaschine Sie haben ein technisch
zuverlässiges Gerät gekauft, welches Ihnen auf vielfache Weise die Zubereitung von Speisen
erleichtert
Wie bei jedem technischen Gerät gilt es auch bei dieser Küchenmaschine einige grundlegende
Dinge zu beachten und einzuhalten
Bitte lesen Sie aus diesem Grund diese Gebrauchsanweisung vor der Inbetriebnahme
aufmerksam durch und bewahren Sie sie sorgfältig auf
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KM 21 FINESSE PLUS electronic
KM 31 FINESSE SUPER electronic
KM 41 FINESSE PROF electronic
Ausstattung
A Abdeckung des Mixerantriebs G Kabelkammer
B Antrieb fir Mixer bzw Mini-Hacker H Stopter
C Funktions-Tasten J Einfultéfinung
D Kontroll-Leuchte (nur bei KM 41) K Deckel
E Stutenloser Drehzahiwahler L Arbeitsschússel
F Kurz-Gebrauchsanweisung M Antrieb für die Arbeitswerkzeuge
Features
A Cover of mixer driver G Cable storage
B Drive for mixer or mini-chopper H Pestle
C Function buttons J Filing aperture
D Pilot light (only on KM 41) K Lid
E Infinitely variable speed selector L Working bowl
F Brief instructions for use M Drive for working tools
Equipement
À Couvercie de la commande du mixer G Logement cordon
B Commande pour le mixer ou le mini-hachoir H Poussoir
C Touches de commande J Orifice de remplissage
D Voyant de contrôle (uniquement pour le K Couvercle
modèle KM 41} L Bol
E Sélecteur progressif pour varier la vitesse M Commande pour les outils de travail
F Mode d'emploi résumé
Corredo
A Copertura dell'azionamento del F \struzioni brevi per l'uso
miscelatore G Ricettaccolo del cavo
B Azionamento per miscelatore, H Pigiatore
minisminuzzatore rispettivamente J Apertura di carica
C Pulsanti di funzionamento K Coperchio
D Lampadina di controllo (soltanto nel L Contenitore di tavoro
KM 41) M Azionamento per attrezzi da lavoro
E Selettore progressivo del numero di giri
8/B
8/A
Hearty congratulations
on purchasing your new AEG food
Processor
You have bought a technically reliable appli-
ance with which you will find many kinds of
cooking work much easier
As with any technical appliance, there are a
number of fundamenta! points concerning this
food processor which require your attention
Please therefore read these instructions for
use attentively before using the appliance for
the first time, keep them in a safe place for
later reference, and pay particular attention to
the safety instructions
Please note:
For your safety, this appliance is fitted with an
OFF function, which means the electric power
supply is eut off if:
O the working bowl
O the lid
@ the mixing cover
or, if in use
9 the professional puree-ing system
O the mixer, or
® the mini-chopper
is not fitted correctly into place on the appli-
ance
Make sure you hear these pieces click into
place when you fit them!
Because of this safety function, it is only
possible to work with one of the following at a
time
the working bowl
or the mixer
or the mini-chopper
or the professional puree-ing system
Safety instructions
It is essential for you to read these instructions
for use attentively before using the appliance
for the first time
e The appliance must only ever be connected
to a mains supply with the same voltage as
that shown on the rating place (see under-
side of appliance)
e The appliance must only ever be connected
to a properly installed socket
Caution! — the appliance must only be used
under supervision Pull the plug out even if
you are only leaving the room for a
moment
Keep children at a safe distance
The appliance absolutely must be switched
off and the piug pulled out before any clean-
ing work is done on it or when it is not in
use
Do not pull the plug out of the socket by
tugging on the lead
Only take hold of the metal knife by its grip
- it is extremely sharp! Be very careful
when washing as there is a risk of injury
Always fit the protective cover when storing
the appliance away
When the appliance is in use
DO NOT reach into the filling opening with
your fingers
DO NOT insert any long objects such as
kitchen knives, cooking spoons, spatulas, or
similar into the filling opening
ONLY use the pestle to press food down into
the opening
The motor section, the whisk attachment, the
mixer, and the mini-chopper must never be
immersed in water
Do not bend a kink in the lead Check it from
time to time for signs of damage, and
arrange for it to be replaced at once if you
find any This can only be done in an au-
thorised dealer's workshop or at your AEG
Service Centre
IMPORTANT: Repairs to electrical
appliances must only ever be carried out by
a qualified electrician Improper attempts at
repair can result in serious danger for the
user
И there is a defect, please therefore contact
your dealer or AEG service centre
This appliance complies with EC Directive
87/308 EEC on suppressing inierference
with radio and television signals,
EN 55014/DIN VDE 0875 Part 1, and the
standard EN 60 555 Parts 1 to 3/DIN
VDE 0838 Parts 1 to 3 on the reciprocal
effects on mains supply
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These are the features of your
appliance:
KM 21 FINESSE PLUS
® Mixer
@ Plastic and metal knives
® Whisk attachment
® 1 grating disc for fine and coarse grating
® 1 slicing disc for thin or thick slicing
® 1 potato disc for finely grated potato
® 1 spatula |
® 1 cookery book
e simple filling opening
@ disc holder
KM 31 FINESSE SUPER
@ Same features as KM 21, plus:
e Double filling opening
® Orange/lemon squeezer | {optional extra
® Mini-chopper on KM 21)
KM 41 FINESSE PROF]
@ Same features as KM 31, plus
e Pilot light
e Potato-chipper disc (optional extra on KM 21
and KM 31)
e Professional puree system (not suitable for
КМ 21 ог КМ 31)
Location
The appliance should be set up on a level, dry
worktop with plenty of “elbow room”
Assembly
The working bowl and all accessories should
be clean and perfectly dry before work starts
Fig 3:
Set the working bowl up in such a way that the
drive shaft is inside the tube Lock it in by turn-
ing it anti-clockwise (until you hear it click into
place)
Fig 4:
Fit the accessories onto the drive shaft needed
for each kind of work
Fig 5:
Set the lid onto the working bowl with the lock-
ing lugs at the rear The markings on the lid
must be exactly in line with those on the work-
ing bowl Now turn the lid anti-clockwise until
you hear it click into place in the housing slit
Fig 1/A:
Make sure that the cover of the mixer drive is
locked in position (you can hear it click into
place)
Fig 6:
Only ever use the pestle to close the filler open-
ing and to press the food down into the slicer
Before taking the tools to pieces, always press
the “0” button (fig 2/C) and pull the plug out
Fitting the mixer (accessory on KM 21 KM 31,
and KM 41) and the mini-chopper (accessory
on KM 31 and KM 41, optional extra on KM 21)
Betore fitting the mixer or the mini-chopper,
release the cover of the working bowl and
remove it
Fig 7:
Remove the cover from the mixer drive
Fig. 8/A and 8/8:
Set the mixer or the mini-chopper on the drive
and lock it into position (you can hear it click
into place)
Cable storage chamber and grips
Fig 1/G:
Your food processor has a cable chamber in its
base If the lead is longer than is needed to
reach the socket, the surplus can be stored
here Then press the cable into the openings
(in the rear of the base) that grip it
How to start using your appliance
Fig 2:
There are two buttons and one selector knob
on the control panel
Fig 2/A:
When you press the impulse button the appli-
ance will start, and it will stop again as soon as
you let go
Fig 2/B:
The “1” button will start the appliance and keep
it running
Fig 2/C:
The “0” button switches the appliance off again
Fig 2/D:
You can use the speed knob to set the right
working speed for the food you are working on
Slowest speed 1 O)
Highest speed Max
You can reach the maximum speed either by
turning the knob to the left or by turning it as fer
as it will go to the right
Working with the double filler opening
on the KM 31 or KM 41:
© Large opening (A)
Slicing potatoes, gherkins, etc , grating pota-
toes, cabbage, carrois, etc (cut them up first
into pieces about 6 or 7 cm — 21/2 inches —
across)
e Small opening: (B)
Slicing carrots, radishes, small gherkins, etc
into fine slices
When pressing the food down, only ever use
the pestle {fig 1/H)
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The correct accessories for the job concerned
Important: All food processed in your machine ® Sultanas, currants, or candied fruits can be
must be carefully prepared Remove pips and
stones from fruit Meat and bacon must be
bone-free In this way, the working tools will be
placed in the work-bowl together with the
other ingredients Best mix them with the
flour
spared e Close lid
Mixing/kneading with the plastic blade
@ Use the plastic blade for all doughs requiring
mixing and kneading (fig 9)
For sponge mixes, see under “Beating with
the whisk”
e Place all ingredients in the large work-bowl
The addition sequence is very important first
add all dry ingredients, such as sugar, flour,
then the soft ones, such as butter, marga-
rine, eggs, followed by any possible liquid
Plastic blade
Pastrymaking examples
Max approx | Setting Approx
quantity duration
Remarks
Scones and 1250 g MAX 60 sec
teabreads
Yeast dough 1000 a MAX 60 sec
Short pastry 1000 g MAX 30 sec
Strudel pastry 1000 g MAX 30 sec
Basic recipe (max quantity):
250 g sugar, 500 g four,
1 sachet baking powder, 250 g margarine,
3 eggs, 1 pinch salt, 150 ml milk
Basic recipe (max quantity):
500 g flour, 30 g yeast, 50 g sugar,
60 g margarine, 200 mt milk, 1 egg
Basic recipe:
60 g sugar, 250 g flour,
1 teasp baking powder, 125 g margarine,
1 egg yolk
Allow prepared dough to rest
for at least 1 hour
Basic recipe
250 g flour, 1 pinch salt, 2 tablesp oil,
1 egg, 100 g warm milk
Allow pastry to rest for at least 1 hour
before further processing
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Whipping with the whisk
The whisk attachment with the whisking head is
especially welt suited for whipped cream, icing
sugar, sponge pastry, butter creams, and
mayonnaise
For other pastries, the whisk should not be
used Neither should it be used for kneaded
doughs
Fitting the whisk attachment
O insert the stirring head in the openings
provided on the underside of the whisk
attachment and lightly turn until it engages
(fig 10)
O Insert the whisk attachment together with the
stirring head (fig 11)
® Place the ingredients little by little in the
work-bowt
@ Lock together with the lid
Whisking examples
@ When work is finished, only place the
stirring head in washing-up water
® Do not wash the whisk or the mixing-bow! in
the dish-washing machine
Whisk attachment with stirring head
Quantity Setting Approx Remarks
duration
Mixed drinks 125 litres 1/7 10-20 sec | 2 puréed oranges, juice of 2 lemons,
4 dessertspoonfuls glucose sugar,
1 litre milk
Sponge mix max ca MAX 4-5 min Basic recipe 4 eggs, 3tablesp hot water,
500 g 125 g sugar, 60 g flour, 60 g farina,
1 level teasp baking powder, 1 pinch salt
icing 2-5 MAX 2 min
Whipped cream| 200-500 mi {| MAX 1-4 min Whipping duration depends on quantity
Cottage cheese | max 800g | MAX 2 min
dishes
Dips and max 800g | 6-MAX 1-2 min
spreads
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Slicing/grating/chipping with the work-discs
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Disc side A Disc side C
tor fine grating for coarse grating
Disc side G
for fine grating (potatoes)
— o
Disc side D Disc side H
make fine slices makes thick slices
Fitting the work-discs (fig 4)
O Insert the disc-holder into the work-disc
opening (with the working side facing
upwards) and turn until it locks
e 008 e
Disc side E chips potatoes
(special accessory
KM 21, KM 31)
The required disc side marking must be
legible from above when inserting The discs
are to some extent to be used on both
sides
Close lid
Possibly cut the prepared food to slightly
smaller size so that it will fit the feed tube
Place the inserted food as upright as
possible in the feed tube
Always use the plunger to press the food
downwards
The thickness of the food to be processed
can be affected by pressure
Potato-chipping disc (special accessory
KM 21, KM 31)
Fill potatoes with appliance switched off
Uniformly press down with plunger
Switch on appliance (setting 1)
Repeat procedure for next fill
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Slicing/grating/chipping examples
Disc Max. approx.| Setting| Remarks
quantity
Carrots, celery A, C, D, Hi, G 900 g 2-4 Cut or grate more finely as raw food
or more coarsely as cooked food
Kohirabi ACD HE
Apples, pears AC DH 1000 g 1-3 Cut or grate coarsely
for baking
Onions D, H 900 g 1-4 Cut finely for salads and
coarsely for frying
Cabbage C, D, H 900 g 2-4 Cut coarsely for boiling
Cucumbers D 800 € 1
Mushrooms H 500 g 1
Green and red D, H 800 a 1-3
peppers
Raw potatoes D, H 1000 g 2-4 Cut finely for chips and
coarsely for preparing “au gratin”
Boiled potatoes H 1000 g 1 Prebait salad potatoes
Chipped potatoes E 1000 g 1 Fill with appliance
switched off
Potatoes for potato | G 1000 g 2-4
cakes and dumpling
Salami D, H, E 600 g 1-3
Chopping and mincing with the
mini-chopper e Lock with lid (fig 8/B)
(special accessory for Food Processor KM 21) 6 Setting: MAX/pulse
Fitting: This accessory is especially suitable for smail
@ Unlock lid of work-bowl quantities, e g
€ Place mini-chopper on drive (fig 8/B) ® Onions, cabbage, nuts
and fill ® Boiled vegetables, parsley, dill
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Chopping/mincing/purée-ing with the
metal knife
O Insert metal blade (fig 9)
® Place food in work-bowl Precut large pieces
to smaller size
e Lock lid
@ The degree of fineness of the processed
food is determined by the time for which the
appliance is switched on
Mincing/purée-ing examples
Max approx | Setting | Approx Remarks
quantity duration
Raw meat 500 g MAX 20 sec Dice meat Without sinews
Boiled meat 500 9 MAX 10 sec Dice meat
Ham 300g MAX 20 sec Dice ham
Fish 500 g MAX 20 sec Dice fish
Onions 400 g MAX 10 sec Quarter onions
Tomatoes 600 g MAX 30 sec Quarter tomatoes
Potatoes 500 g MAX 30 sec Suitable for potato fritters
Parsley, dili 2 bd MAX 10-20 sec | After cleaning, dry well
Nuts 400 g MAX 60 sec
Dry white bread 200 g MAX 60 sec Break white bread into pieces
Chocolate 200 9 МАХ 20 sec Break chocolate into pieces
Potato and
vegetable soup 1 litre 7-MAX 10-20 sec | After boiling, dice potatoes and fill
the mass with water up to the
1-litre mark
Mayonnaise max 500 g MAX 60 sec Basic recipe 1-2 egg yolks,
1 tablesp vinegar, 1 teasp salt,
sugar, pepper to taste,
150-200 mi cil
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Pilot light on the KM 41
The equipment is fitted with a fuse which pro-
tects the motor in the event of a power surge
If this safety device is tripped, the indicator light
will go out
The fuse should then be replaced by an appro-
ved engineer or the AEG aftersales service (If
any other case the lamp will burn constantly as
soon as the appliance is plugged in)
Puree-ing/pressing (only on the
KM 41) with the professional puree
system
Accessories required:
® Puree attachment (fig 12)
Preparation:
8 Check whether the safety cover (1/A) is firmly
latched into place on the upper drive (1/B)
Mounting the accessories:
O Slip the puree sieve, with the right perfora-
tions for processing food (12/4), into the
slots provided in the bowl (12/D)
O Fit the bowl onto the lower drive (1/M) and
turn the handle as far as it will go
O Fit the puree insert (12/E) onto the drive
shaft
O Fit the lid (12/F) and rotate it as described in
the section on “Assembly”
e Fit the flap (12/B) in front of the outlet {12/C)
® Fit the protective lid (12/G) onto the lid (12/F)
O Only ever use the pestle to press the food
down into the filling aperture (12 H)
Switch position (fig 2):
® Set the speed selector (2/D) at “3”
@ Set the button (2/B) to “1” for continuous
operation
® Now fill the food into the filling aperture — not
before
Preparation:
@ You can puree up to 4 kilos of fruit and
vegetables, e g for potato, carrot, spinach, or
pea puree, compote, soups, tomato puree,
juices, etc
e Please consult the table below to help you
select the right puree-ing sieve
€ Please see the section on “switch position”
for the right speed for each puree-ing
process
instructions:
® Switch the appliance on before you fill it with
food
@ [f you wish to process large quantities of fruit
and vegetables with stones, peel, or other
waste, you should clean the puree-ing sieve
out after every 500 grams
e Fill the food slowly into the opening, as this
will produce a better resuit
@ Once you have processed a total of about
4 kilos the motor must be left for about one
hour to cool.
€ Never let the appliance run empty for more
than 10 seconds
€ Do not attempt to puree deep-frozen food
O Berries (eg blackcurrants or redcurrants)
are easier to puree if they have first been
boiled to soften them
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Exemple: puree-ing/pressing:
Type of food Preparation Puree-ing sieve Instructions
Potato puree Boil, cut into pieces Large holes Pour in a little boiled water
or milk towards the end
Carrot puree Boil, cut into pieces Medium holes Pour in a little boiled water
towards the end
Celery puree Boil, cut into pieces Medium holes Pour in a little boiled water
towards the end
Spinach puree Boil, dry in colander Medium holes Pour in a little boiled water
towards the end.
Pea puree Bod, dry in colander Medium holes
Apple or pear
Peel, de-core, Medium holes
compote cut into pieces
Vegetable soup Boil, dry in colander Large holes Puree with a little clear
vegetable soup
Tomato puree Cut into slices raw Large holes
or boiled
Strawberry Remove stalks Smail holes Increase speed towards
mousse end
Raspberry Raw or boiled Medium holes increase speed towards
Mousse end
Blackcurrant or Boiled Large holes Increase speed towards
redcurrant juice end
Grapes Remove stalks Small holes Increase speed towards
end
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Blending/pureeing with the blender
Fitting the blender:
Unlock lid of work-bowl
Piace blender on upper drive and turn until it
locks (fig 8/A)
Place all ingredients in the blending beaker
Fit lid
For exclusively liguid ingredients, press
pulse buttons
Never fill any boiling liquids
For mayonnaise, add the oil through the lid
opening
For batter, fill the liquid ingredients first, then
the flour
The following cannot be blended with the
blender mashed potato, icing, raw meat,
hard foods, such as coffeebeans, nuts, efc
Safety instructions
@ Never place your hand in the inserted
blending beaker
® Remove the lid only when the blade has
Blending examples
come to a complete standstil!
Max approx | Setting Approx Remarks
quantity duration
Milkshakes 11 4-MAX 10-20 sec | Eg banana milkshake
1 banana, 500 m! milk, 3 teasp cream,
2 teasp sugar, few drops vanilla essence,
1 egg yolk
Soups 11 4-MAX 10-20 sec | Puree boiled vegetables (cooled) with
around 14 | boiled water and place back
in pan ‚
Mayonnaise | 0,4 | 8-MAX 30 sec Basic recipe: 1 egg, 1 teasp lemon juice,
small qty mustard, salt, sugar, around
200 mil oil
Batter 0,8 1 4-MAX 10 sec Basic recipe: 250 mi milk, 2-3 eggs,
125 g flour, small gty salt
Omelette mix| 0,8 ! 4-MAX 10 sec Basic recipe: 8 eggs, 8 teasp cold water,
salt and pepper to taste
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Juice extraction with the juice
extractor
{Special accessory for Food Processors
KM 71)
Fitting the juice extractor
e Unlock lid of workbow!l and detach
6 Insert juice extractor and lock by turning to
the left The locking cam available on the
attachment must thereby audibly engage on
the housing slot
@ Important note
The juice extractor should oniy be operated
with setting 1 and the pulse button (fig 2/A)
Cleaning and care
Before cleaning, always unplug your appliance!
Wipe motor compartment and wisk attachment
with damp cloth onty! Make sure that the slot for
the safety interlock is always clean! Clean with
wet brush where hecessary
Clean ail other parts under running tap or in
normal washing-up water
The sooner you do this after using your food
processor, the simpler this will be!
Never immerse blender and mini-chopper in
washing-up water, but brush out using hot
water with washing-up liquid
Take special care with the sharp blade and
discs!
Dry all parts well
All accessories other than blender, mini-
chopper and wisk can also be cleaned in a
dishwasher Arrange the paris in the upper
basket
Recipe booklet
Practical hints and instructions are given in the
AEG Compact Food Processor Recipe Booklet
(only available in German)
For the sake of the environment
Do not simply throw the packaging away
® Cardboard packaging material can be
handed in as salvage at your local waste-
paper collection point or to the proper
waste-disposal system
If the following packaging materials have been
used
e Plastic bags made of polythene (PE) can be
handed in to your local PE collection point
6 Padding made of expanded polystyrol (PS)
are free of CFC's
Please ask your local authority for the address
of your nearest recycling depot Used espresso
coffee “grouts” are marvellous for composting
After-sales service
We demand the highest quality of ourselves and
our products
Should nevertheless have any problem in using
this appliance, please write to us
it is only with your help that we will be able to
develop appliances which exactly match your
requirements
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