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KRU PS
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M o d e l #358
Modkle #358
Modelo #358
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a: Freezing cylinder
a: Cuve refrigerante
b: Paddle
b: Palette
c: Lid
c: Couvercle
d: Feeder hole
d: Orifice d’alimentation
e: Motor unit
e: Bloc-moteur
f: ON/OFF switch
f: lnterrupteur marche-arret
g: Release button
g: Bouton de deverrouillage
a: Tazon congelador
b : Aspas
c : Tapa
d: Orificio alimentador
e: Base motor
f: Switch ON/OFF
g: Seguro para la base motor
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Table of Contents
Description
Page 3
Important Safeguards
Page 6
Before first use
Page 9
Freezing the cylinder bowl
Page 9
Making Ice cream
Page 9
Cleaning
Page 10
Helpful hints
Page 10
Waste disposal
Page 11
Recipes
Page 11
Warranty
Page 13
Guarantee of Performance
Page 14
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IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
When using electrical appliances, basic safety precautions
should always be observed, including the following:
0 Read all instructions carefully.
0 To protect against risk of electric shock, do not put base
of appliance in water or any other liquid.
0 Close supervision is necessary when any appliance is
used by or near children.
0 Unplug from outlet when not in use, before putting on
or taking off parts, and before cleaning.
0 Avoid contact with moving parts. Keep hands, hair,
clothing, as well as spatulas and other utensils away
during operation to reduce the risk of injury to persons,
and/or damage to the appliance.
0 Do not operate any appliance with a damaged cord or
plug, or after the appliance malfunctions, or is dropped
or damaged in any manner. Return the appliance to an
authorized KRUPS Service Center (see Guarantee of
Performance) for examination, repair or electrical or
mechanical adjustment.
0 The use of attachments not recommended or sold by
KRUPS may result in fire, electric shock or injury.
0 Do not use outdoors.
0 Do not let cord hang over edge of table or counter, or
touch hot surfaces.
l Keep hands and utensils out of cylinder bowl while in
use to reduce the risk of injury to persons or to the
appliance itself. DO NOT USE SHARP OBJECTS OR
UTENSILS INSIDE THE CYLINDER BOWL! Sharp objects
will scratch and damage the inside of the cylinder bowl.
A rubber spatula or wooden spoon may be used, when
the appliance is in the “off” position.
0 This appliance is for household use. Any servicing
other than cleaning and user maintenance should be
performed by an authorized KRUPS Service Center.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
CAUTION
This appliance is for household use. Any servicing other
than cleaning and user maintenance should be performed
by an authorized service representative.
Do not immerse base in water.
To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock do not remove
the base. No user serviceable parts inside. Repair should
be done by authorized service personnel only.
0 Check voltage to be sure that the voltage indicated on
the name plate agrees with your voltage.
0 Never use warm or hot water to fill the water
container! Use cold water only.
0 Keep your hands and the cord away from hot parts of
the appliance during operation.
0 Never clean with scouring powders or hard
implements.
0 Do not place or use the appliance on hot surfaces, such
as stoves, hotplates, or near open gas flames.
0 Do not expose the freezing cylinder to temperatures
above 105 “F/41 “C. Do not clean freezing cylinder in
dishwasher.
0 Do not unplug the unit by pulling on the cord.
SPECIAL CORD SET INSTRUCTIONS
Regarding your Cord Set:
A. A short power-supply cord is to be provided to reduce
risks resulting from becoming entangled in or tripping
over a longer cord.
B. Longer extension cords are available and may be used
if care is exercised in their use.
C. If a long extension cord is used, (I) the marked
electrical rating of the extension cord should be at least
as great as the electrical rating of the appliance, (2) if
the appliance is of the grounded type, the extension
cord should be a grounding-type 3-wire cord, and (3)
the longer cord should be arranged so that it will not
drape over the counter top or table top where it can be
pulled on by children or tripped over.
D. This appliance has a polarized plug (one blade is wider
than the other). As a safety feature, this plug will fit in a
polarized outlet only one way. If the plug does not fit
fully in the outlet, reverse the plug. If it still does not fit,
contact a qualified electrician. Do not attempt to defeat
this safety feature.
Thank you for purchasing the KRUPS
“La Glaciere” ice cream maker. This product
belongs to the KRUPS line of high-quality,
top performing appliances.
The “La Glaciere” lets you create unlimited
ice cream flavors, whip up luscious sorbets,
sherbets, frozen yogurt - even your favorite
frozen drinks in just 20-40 minutes!
Your KRUPS “La Glaciere” has the following
features:
n Double Insulated “Quick Freeze” Bowl
Double wails keep the cylinder bowl
colder, longer for better freezing results.
Liquid located within the walls provide
thorough and even freezing throughout
use.
H See-Thru Lid with Feeder Hole
Let’s you conveniently keep an eye on the
freezing process. Feeder hole allows you
to add ingredients without disturbing the
freezing process.
Freezing the cylinder bowl
The most important step in making frozen
desserts is to make sure that the cylinder
bowl is properly frozen. KRUPS “La
Glaciere” features a double insulated bowl
and requires thorough freezing. For best
results, the cylinder should be placed
upright in the back of your freezer, where
the temperature is coldest.
Making sure that the cylinder bowl is
washed and thoroughly dried, wrap the
cylinder bowl in a plastic bag and place in
back of freezer or where freezer
compartment is the coldest. Wrapping your
cylinder bowl in a plastic bag will guard
against freezer burn. The length of time
necessary to properly freeze the cylinder
bowl will depend upon how cold the freezer
temperature is.
H “ON/OFF” Button
Easy to use and fully automatic. Takes all
the guesswork out of making frozen
desserts.
’ Freezer
Temperature
properly freeze
n Compact Design
Base is compact and requires minimal
counterspace.
The anti-slip rubber feet prevent
movement during use.
1 -3O”C/-22°F
~ 8-9
Before first use
Remove all literature and packing materials
from inside the ice cream maker.
n Press the release button at the rear of the
motor unit, and lift lid upward (figure 1).
n Slide the motor unit out of the lid
(figure 2).
Wash the freezing cylinder, lid and paddle in
warm, soapy water. Be sure to rinse and dry
all parts thoroughly.
Do not immerse motor unit in water.
To clean, wipe with a damp cloth.
Approximate minimum
) time for cylinder to
-25”C/-13°F
-18°c/o”F
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15775°F
hours
~1 2 - 1 3 h o u r s
20-22 hours
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I 24 hours or more
As there is liquid in between the cylinder
walls, shake the container to check ideal
freezing condition; you should not hear any
liquid moving within the walls.
NOTE:
Continually storing the cylinder bowl in the
freezer allows you the flexibility to make
your favorite frozen dessert at a moment’s
notice.
Making ice cream
You can make up to 1 l/2 quarts (1.5 L) of
ice cream in the “La Glaciere”. Prepare ice
cream mixture according to recipe. The
maximum amount must not exceed 1 quart
(1 L) of liquid, due to an increase in volume
during preparation.
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If using your own recipes, adapt the volume
of mixture to this amount.
n To assemble the ice cream maker, slide
the motor unit onto the lid until it locks in
place (figure 3).
Remove freezing cylinder (a) from freezer.
H Insert paddle into cylinder (figure 4).
n Insert the tabs on the lid into the slots of
the freezing cylinder, then lock rear of lid
onto container (figure 5).
You will hear another “clack”. Make sure
that motor and paddle are connected
correctly.
W Insert plug into outlet, then turn the unit
on immediately (figure 6).
This will prevent the paddle from freezing
on the cylinder.
H Pour the prepared ice cream mixture
through the feeder hole into cylinder
(figure 7).
NOTE: It is extremely important that the
cylinder be used immediately after it is
removed from the freezer, as it begins to
thaw once removed. Make sure that the ice
cream mixture is ready first.
Leave the machine on for approximately
20-40 minutes, or until the mixture reaches
the desired consistency. Do not turn the
appliance off during use, as the mixture
may freeze and prevent the movement of
the paddle.
To add ingredients after the freezing
process has begun, gently add them
through the feeder hole (d).
To avoid overheating of the motor, the
direction of rotation will change if the
mixture becomes too thick. If the direction
of rotation continues to change, the mixture
is completely prepared; turn off appliance
immediately.
1 To remove lid, press the release button on
the rear of the motor unit, and lift lid from
cylinder (figure 1).
Remove paddle from ice cream. Only use
rubber, plastic or wooden utensils to serve
from the cylinder bowl. Metal spoons may
damage the surface of the bowl.
To further harden the ice cream, you may
put the cylinder with the ice cream into the
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freezer for a short period of time (no more
than 30 minutes). Long term freezing,
however, should be done in an airtight
container.
Cleaning
The lid and paddle can be washed in the
dishwasher (top rack only). The freezing
cylinder should be cleaned in warm water
and mild detergent, then dried thoroughly.
Never replace cylinder in freezer if it is still
wet. Do not use sharp utensils, scouring
pads, or abrasive detergents when cleaning
freezing cylinder.
The motor unit can be cleaned by using a
damp cloth. Never immerse motor unit in
water.
Helpful hints
W Some recipes require the mixture to be
pre-cooked. Make the recipe at least one
day ahead. This will allow the mixture to
cool completely and volumize.
Pre-chilling the base mixture is strongly
recommended. Never try to shortcut.
W Uncooked recipes will yield best results
when an electric mixer is used to beat
eggs and sugar. This helps volumize the
mixture.
W Most ice cream recipes are a combination
of cream, milk, eggs and sugar. You can
use any type of cream You like, but the
type of cream you use will have a big
impact on the rich flavor and creamy
texture. The higher percentage of fat, the
richer the ice cream and the softer the
texture. For example, heavy cream has at
least 36% fat, followed by: whipping
cream (30%). coffee or light cream (18%)
and half & half (10%). Any combination
can be used, but make sure the liquid
measurement remains the same. For
example, lighter ice creams can be made
by using more milk than cream, or by
eliminating cream altogether.
Skim milk will work, but there will be a
noticeable difference in texture.
n Ice cream mixtures will stay fresh in the
refrigerator for several days. Be sure to
shake well before adding to the cylinder.
H When pouring mixture into the cylinder,
be sure to stop 1” (2.5 cm) from the top,
as mixture will volumize during the
freezing process.
n Alcohol inhibits the freezing process.
To add alcohol to a recipe, do so when
mixture is semi-stiff.
n The result in the taste of a sorbet will
depend greatly on the ripeness and
sweetness of the fruit and juice. Taste the
fruit before adding to the recipe. If it is too
tart, add sugar; if the fruit is very ripe,
decrease or omit the sugar.
Keep in mind that freezing subdues
sweetness, so the recipe will not be quite
as sweet when frozen.
n For those who are diet-conscious, artificial
sweetners can be used as a substitute for
sugar. NOTE: Only add artificial sweetners
to mixtures that are cold or have
completely cooled. When a recipe calls for
heating liquid to dilute sugar, omit the
heating process and simply stir in the
sweetner until it is well dissolved.
1 packet of sweetner = 2 teaspoons
(10 ml) of sugar
6 packets = l/4 cup (60 ml)
8 packets = l/3 cup (75 ml)
12 packets = l/2 cup (125 ml)
W Do not use stiff mixtures (i.e. whipped
cream, frozen liquids). The mixture
should be liquid when preparation starts.
n When adapting your own recipes to the
maximum amount of 1 quart (1 L), you
should adapt all ingredients with the same
percentage. If this is not done, the
structure of the final preparation may vary.
n Do not operate the appliance longer than
required. If after 40 minutes the
mixture is not yet solid, or has thawed
again, do not continue. Possible
reasons for failure are:
-the cylinder was not cold enough
-the mixture was too warm
-the proportion of ingredients was
incorrect.
n Do not store prepared ice cream in the
freezer for more than a few days.
Waste disposal
The liquid in the freezing cylinder contains
no toxic materials. The cylinder can be
disposed of as normal household waste.
Recipes
Vanilla Ice Cream
1 cup Q250 m/l milk
l/2 (125 ml) cup sugar
2 eggs
2 cups (500 m/l cream
2 tsp. (10 ml) vanilla extract
Warm the milk in a small pan. Whisk the
eggs with the sugar in a separate bowl.
Slowly add warm milk to mixture continuing
to whisk. Pour mixture back in the pan and
heat slowly until thickened, stirring
constantly (looks like very liquid pudding).
Do not boil! Let cool to room temperature,
add cream and vanilla and chill.
Variations:
Coffee Ice Cream
dilute 2 tsp. (IO ml) instant coffee in the
hot mixture
- Peppermint Ice Cream
replace the vanilla by 2 tsp. (10 ml)
peppermint extract
Chocolate Ice Cream
1 cup (250 ml) milk
2/3 cup (150 ml) sugar
l/3 cup (75 ml) cocoa powder
1 egg
2 cups (500 ml) cream
1 tsp. (5 ml) vanilla extract
Mix milk, egg and sugar in a small pan.
Heat slowly until thickened, stirring
constantly (looks like very liquid pudding).
Do not boil! Mix in cocoa powder.
Let cool to room temperature, add cream
and vanilla and chill.
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Coconut Ice Cream
Yoghurt Berry Ice
1 cup (250 ml) milk
l/2 cup (125 ml) strawberries
2/3 cup (150 ml) sugar
l/2 cup (125 ml) raspberries
2 eggs
2 cups (500 ml) cream
l/2 cup (125 ml) blackberries
1 cup (250 ml) plain yoghurt
l/4 cup (60 ml) grated coconut
l/2 cup (125 ml) sugar
l/2 tsp. (2 ml) vanilla extract
Wash berries, remove stems and puree in a
blender. Mix yoghurt and sugar until sugar
is dissolved. Stir in fruit puree.
Mix milk, egg and sugar in a small pan. Heat
slowly until thickened, stirring constantly
(looks like very liquid pudding). Do not boil!
Mix in coconut. Let cool to room
temperature, add cream and vanilla and
chill.
Iced Strawberry Souffk
1 3/4 cup (425 ml) strawberries
3 egg yolks
Rum Raisin Ice Cream
3/4 cup ( 175 ml) raisins
l/2 cup (125 ml) rum
pour rum over raisins, cover, and let stand
overnight
1 cup (250 ml) milk
l/2 cup (125 ml) sugar
2 eggs
2 cups (500 ml) cream
Warm the milk in a small pan. Whisk the
eggs with the sugar in a separate bowl.
Slowly add warm milk to mixture continuing
to whisk. Pour mixture back in the pan and
heat slowly until thickened, stirring
constantly (looks like very liquid pudding).
Do not boil! Let cool to room temperature,
add cream and chill. Add rum raisins just
before the end of the freezing process.
Yoghurt Lemon Ice
l/4 cup (60 ml) sugar
1 cup (250 ml) buttermilk
Wash strawberries, remove stems and
puree in a blender. In a small pan slowly
heat egg yolks together with 2 tbsp. (30 ml)
of puree until it becomes granular.
In a chilled bowl mix thoroughly the eggmixture with all the strawberry puree.
Add buttermilk and sugar.
Orange Sorbet
1 l/4 cup (310 ml) sugar
1 l/4 cup (310 ml) water
1 3/4 cup (425 ml) orange juice
Mix water and sugar in a pan and bring to a
boil. Let mixture cool to room temperature.
Stir in orange juice and chill.
Variations:
You can also substitute lemon or grapefruit
juice or pureed Kiwis (add 1 tbsp. (15 ml)
lemon juice).
1 l/4 cups (310 ml) plain yoghurt
3 tbs. (45 ml) heavy cream
3/4 cup f 175 ml) sugar
1 cup (250 ml) lemon juice
Mix yoghurt, cream and sugar until sugar is
dissolved. Add lemon juice and stir in.
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Honey-Grapefruit Sorbet
3/4 cup (175 ml) honey
2 cups (500 mll grapefruit juice
In a small pan over low heat warm the
honey until lukewarm. Mix in 4 tbsp. (60 ml)
of juice. In a separate bowl combine honeymixture and remaining juice.
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Ice Milk
2 cups (500 ml) milk
Z/3 cup f 150 ml) sugar
3 eggs
1 cup (250 ml) cream
Mix eggs and sugar with a beater in a
saucepan. Add milk. Stirring constantly heat
the mixture to 195 “F/90 “C. Do not boil! Let
cool to room temperature and stir in cream.
Chill.
The following ingredients can also be added:
- 1 tbsp. (15 ml) cinnamon
- 1 tbsp. (15 ml) instant coffee
2 tbsp. (30 ml) almond extract
Base Mixture for Ice Cream
2 cups (250 ml) milk
4 egg yolks
1 tsp. (5 ml) corn starch
l/2 cup (125 ml) sugar
Limited One Year Warranty
Your KRUPS #358 is covered by the
following warranty:
If from date of purchase within one year this
KRUPS product fails to function because of
defects in materials or workmanship,
KRUPS North America will, at its option,
repair or replace the unit without charge,
provided the owner has a proof of date of
purchase.
This warranty will be void if malfunction
was caused by damage to the product by
accident, misuse, use on frequency or
voltage other than marked on the product
and/or described in the instructions, abuse
including tampering, damage in transit, or
use for commercial purposes. This warranty
gives you specific legal rights, and you may
also have other rights which may vary from
state to state.
Bring milk in a pan to a boil. Beat egg yolks,
sugar and starch in a bowl until mixture is
nearly white. Pour the hot milk into mixture,
constantly stirring. Return mixture to pan
and heat, continuing to stir, until it slightly
thickens. Do not boil! Chill.
To this base mixture you can add:
3 pureed bananas
l/2 cup (125 ml) roasted almonds
Z/3 cup (750 ml) chopped hazelnuts
l/2 cup (125 ml) chocolate chips
Frozen Pina Coladas
one 8 oz. 1250 g) can cream of coconut
2 l/2 cups (625 ml) unsweetened pineapple
juice
l/2 cup (125 ml) dark rum
Combine all ingredients.
Frozen Margaritas
2 1/3 cups (575 ml) water
l/2 cup (125 ml) lime juice
3/4 cup ( 175 ml) triple set
Z/3 cup (150 ml) tequila
Combine all ingredients.
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GUARANTEE OF PERFORMANCE
This fine KRUPS product is manufactured according to a rigid code of
quality standards, and, with minimum care, should give years of
satisfying service.
However, should the need arise for repairs or for replacement parts
within or after the warrantv oeriod, please call our CONSUMER
SERVICE DEPARTMENT:
(800) 526-5377
24-hours a day, 7 days a week
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You will be provided with specific instruction on how to get your
product repaired, as well as the name and address of your nearest
authorized KRUPS Service Center. The department will also be able
to answer any general product questions you may have.
Before calling the Consumer Service Department, please have the
type number of your KRUPS appliance available.
You must have this information before calling our Consumer Service
Department so that we may better answer your questions. The type
number can be located by looking at the bottom of your appliance.
This product is Type #358
Any general correspondance can be addressed to:
KRUPS North America, Inc.
P.O. Box 3900
Peoria, IL 61612
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