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Moda Bar Blender
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INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
AND RECIPE BOOK
© Copyright. Breville Pty. Ltd. 2003
Due to continual improvements in design or otherwise,
the product you purchase may differ slightly from
the one illustrated in this booklet.
PRINTED ON
RECYCLED PAPER
Model CBL30
Issue 1/02
Model CBL30
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Moda Bar Blender
CONTENTS
Page
Breville Recommends Safety First
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Know Your Breville Blender
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Operating Your Breville Blender
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Tips on How to Use Your Breville Blender
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Safety Reset Switch
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Care and Cleaning
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A Guide to Suggested Uses for the Breville Blender
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Quantities and Handy Hints
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Recipes
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Congratulations
on your purchase of your new Breville Blender
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BREVILLE RECOMMENDS SAFETY FIRST
We at Breville are very safety conscious. We design and manufacture consumer products with
the safety of you, our valued customer foremost in mind. In addition, we ask that you exercise a
degree of care when using any electrical appliance and adhere to the following precautions:
IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
• Do not immerse the motor base, plug or
cord in water or any other liquid.
• To protect against electrical shock, do not
immerse cord, plug or blender body in
water or any other liquid.
• Always use the appliance on a dry,
level surface.
• Always switch the appliance to ‘OFF’,
switch the power off at the power outlet
and then remove the plug when the
appliance is not being used and
before cleaning.
• Do not remove blender jug from the
motor base whilst blender is in operation.
• Do not place hands in the jug unless the
unit is disconnected from the power
outlet. Disconnect blender from the power
outlet before removing the jug from base.
• Do not place your hands in the blender
jug while the blender is operating.
• Do not use this blender for anything other
than food or beverage preparation.
• Do not blend a dry, thick or heavy mixture
for more than 60 seconds without turning
the blender off and stirring the
ingredients before continuing to blend.
• Do not process boiling liquids; let cool
before placing in jug.
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• Make sure the motor and blade have
completely stopped before disassembling.
• Regularly inspect the supply cord, plug
and actual appliance for any damage. If
found damaged in anyway, immediately
cease use of the appliance and return the
entire appliance to the nearest authorised
Breville service centre for examination,
replacement or repair.
• The appliance is not intended for use
by young children or infirm persons
without supervision.
• Do not leave the appliance unattended
when in use. Young children should be
supervised to ensure that they do not play
with the appliance.
• Do not let the cord hang over the edge of
a table or counter, touch hot surfaces, or
become knotted.
• Do not place this appliance on or near a
hot gas or electric burner, or where it
could touch a heated oven.
• This appliance is for household use only.
Do not use this appliance for anything
other than its intended use. Do not
use outdoors.
• The installation of a residual current
device (safety switch) is recommended to
provide additional safety protection when
using electrical appliances. It is advisable
that a safety switch with a rated residual
operating current not exceeding 30mA be
installed in the electrical circuit supplying
the appliance. See your electrician for
professional advice.
IMPORTANT: TO CRUSH ICE
Place 1 cup of ice cubes into the Jug.
Replace lid and push “PULSE” in short
bursts until a snowy textured ice is achieved.
This will take approximately 15 seconds.
When crushing ice, place your hand on
the Jug lid.
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KNOW YOUR BREVILLE BREVILLE BLENDER
OPERATING YOUR BREVILLE BLENDER
BEFORE FIRST USE
Rubber sealed lid
60ml Removable centrally located inner lid
1 litre stainless steel jug
When starting to blend,
firmly hold the blender lid
into place. (see fig 3)
Remove all promotional labels and wash the
blender jug in warm, soapy water. Dry thoroughly.
Step 1.
Place the motor base on a flat, dry surface and
ensure that the blender is unplugged and the
speed control switch is set to the off position.
Step 2.
Place jug on motor base. (See fig 1)
Advanced 4-way Stainless steel blade system
fig 2
Brushed stainless steel blender base
with heavy duty construction for
professional performance
fig 1
Two speeds plus PULSE
Powerful 550 watt motor
Heavy duty power
cord with ‘assist plug’
Non skid feet for stability
during blending operations
Motor protection button (Reset Switch)
Step 3.
Add food or liquid into the blender jug and
place the lid firmly into position on the top of
the jug.
Step 4.
Then, plug into a 230/240v power outlet and
switch on.
Step 5.
Set the speed by lifting the speed control
switch to desired setting “Hi” or “Lo”. The
speed can be changed at any time during the
blending process.
For ingredients that require short bursts of
power, push the ‘pulse’ button. This is ideal
for crushing ice and nuts.
Step 6.
During the blending process, you may find
that ingredients stick to the sides of the
blender jug. To push the food back onto the
blades, turn switch to the OFF position and
switch off at the power outlet. Use a plastic
spatula to scrape down the sides of the jug
before recommencing blending.
If any moisture or liquid
appears on top of the motor
base, wipe immediately
with paper towelling.
NEVER PLACE ANYTHING OTHER THAN FOOD AND LIQUIDS IN THE
BLENDER WHILST THE MOTOR IS RUNNING.
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ALWAYS HOLD THE LID DOWN WHEN STARTING TO BLEND
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TIPS ON HOW TO BEST USE YOUR BREVILLE BLENDER
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DO
DON’T
• Low speed is best for dressings,
marinades and foods that require mixing
until just combined, such as batters.
• High speed is best for pureeing or
cocktail making.
• Use PULSE for foods that only require short
bursts of power such crushing ice and nuts.
• Ensure all parts have been thoroughly
washed and dried before assembly.
• Ensure the blender is correctly assembled
before operating (see page 7).
• Ensure base of jug is thoroughly dry before
placing onto blender base before use.
• Ensure the blender is placed on a clean,
dry surface to operate.
• Liquids should be placed into blender
before solid ingredients, except where
specified in recipes.
• All foods should be cut into cubes
(approx. 2-3cm square) to achieve an
even result.
• When required use a plastic or rubber
spatula to wipe food down sides of jug
only when blender is in the OFF position
and has been switched off at power
outlet. Ensure blades have stopped
rotating. Do not use metal utensils as
they may damage the blades or jug.
• Do hold the lid down when starting to blend.
• Do not blend thick or heavy mixture for
more than 60 seconds without turning off
the blender and stirring the ingredients,
and then continue blending.
• Do not place any objects, other than food,
into the jug whilst the motor is running.
• Do not use the jug to store food.
• As air does not circulate when blending,
the blender will not beat egg whites,
knead dough or mash potatoes.
• Do not remove the jug while the blender
is operating. Always switch off at the
power outlet before removing jug.
• Overloading the blender with more than
the specified quantity could cause the
motor to stall, turn the blender OFF,
unplug from power outlet and remove a
portion of the mixture before continuing.
MOTOR PROTECTION BUTTON (RESET BUTTON)
The safety reset button has been added to
the blender to preserve the motor life.
The switch will be activated when the
motor becomes too hot, or the load too heavy.
The unit will cease to operate. The switch is
located under the motor base will need to be
reset by depressing the red button, this can
only take place after 10 minutes. The motor
will need to rest for 10 minutes before
blending can resume.
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CARE AND CLEANING
• To clean the blender jug, particularly
when a variety of food has been used, half
fill the jug with luke warm water and a
small amount of detergent. Switch either
of the speed control buttons (Hi or Lo)
and operate briefly. Switch the blender
off, remove the blender jug from the
motor base. Rinse and dry thoroughly.
• Remove the lid and inner lid and wash in
warm soapy water.
• Switch the blender OFF, then switch the
power off at the power outlet and remove
the plug, then wipe the motor base with a
soft, damp cloth.
SUGGESTED USES FOR YOUR BREVILLE BLENDER
Crush ice:
Place 1 cup of ice cubes into jug and blend
using Pulse button until ice is crushed.
Chopped nuts:
Blend 3⁄4 cup of nuts at a time. Use the
PULSE setting as this will give more
even chopping.
Drinks:
Fill the container to at least 1⁄4 full,
remember to leave room to allow froth to
form as the drink is aerated.
QUANTITIES AND HANDY HINTS
• Thick mixture purees more efficiently if
the blender is 1⁄4 to 1⁄2 full.
• When using several ingredients, place
liquid ingredients in the jug first.
• When blending thick mixtures it may be
necessary to stop the blender and scrape
down the sides of the jug, once or twice
during blending.
• Your blender is not designed to
chop/mince meat or extract juice from
fruit and vegetables.
Never immerse the motor
base in water or any
other liquid.
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COCKTAILS
COCKTAILS cont’d
SUGAR SYRUP
DAIQUIRIS
PEAR AND VODKA FRAPPÉ
Place 1 cup of white sugar and 1 cup of
water into a saucepan and bring to the boil.
Place the syrup into a screw top jar and
refrigerate until required. This is also called
Gom and cocktail syrup, it is used to
sweeten drinks and provide a liquid to
help blending.
fruit (approximately 1 cup)
120 ml white spirits (white rum,
vodka, kirsch or fruit liqueur, a
combination can be used)
60 ml sugar syrup
1 cup ice
1 cup diced ripe green pear, skin on
1 cup ice
60 ml vodka
MARGARITA
Most fresh fruit, and berries can be used, if
using frozen fruit defrost first. Any fruit with
hard skin or stones must have them
removed before pureeing. Large fruit must
be diced first.
60 ml tequila
60 ml cointreau
80 ml lime juice
12 ice cubes
1. Place tequila, cointreau, lime juice and
ice cubes into blender jug.
2. Using high speed, blend until well
combined and ice is crushed.
Serve in salt rimmed glasses.
1. Place all ingredients into the blender.
2. Blend using low speed until combined.
Serve in martini glasses.
1. Place all ingredients into the blender jug
and puree using high speed.
WATERMELON AND
VODKA SLUSHIE
2 cups watermelon diced
30 ml vodka
1 cup ice cubes
BLOODY MARY FREEZER
1 cup tomato juice
60 ml vodka
60 ml lemon juice
1 egg white
salt and pepper
1
⁄4 teaspoon Tabasco sauce
1
⁄4 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
1 cup ice cubes
celery leaves
1. Place all ingredients into the blender,
combine using high speed until combined.
1. Place tomato juice, vodka, lemon juice,
egg white, salt, pepper, Tabasco sauce,
Worcestershire sauce and ice cubes into
blender jug.
Serve in parfait glasses with drizzle of
fresh lime juice.
2. Blend on high speed, until well combined
and ice is crushed.
Serve garnished with celery leaves.
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OLD FAVOURITES
NON-ALCOHOLIC DRINKS
FLUFFY DUCK
PINA COLADA
FRUIT COCKTAIL
PEAR AND LEMON FRAPPÉ
30 ml tablespoons white rum
30 ml tablespoons advocaat
60 ml orange juice
30 ml cream
6 ice cubes
120 ml pineapple juice
60 ml coconut cream
60 ml dark rum
1
⁄2 cup ice cubes
1 cup caned pear slices
1 cup ice
1 tablespoon lemon juice
1. Place rum, advocaat, orange juice, cream
and ice cubes into blender jug.
2. Blend on high speed until the ingredients
are combined.
250 ml pineapple juice
1 banana, peeled and chopped
1 orange, skin and pith removed
then quartered
250 ml soda water
2 tablespoons passionfruit pulp
2. Using high speed, blend until well
combined and ice is crushed.
Serve garnished with pineapple leaves.
1. Place pineapple juice, banana, and
orange into blender jug. Blend on high
speed, until well combined.
MELON DREAM
2. Stir in passionfruit pulp and soda water
and serve.
BRANDY ALEXANDER
120 ml brandy
120 ml crème de cocoa
2 scoops ice cream
ground nutmeg
1. Place all ingredients into the blender jug.
2. Blend on high speed until the ingredients
are combined.
Serve in martini glasses dusted
with nutmeg.
1. Place all ingredients into the blender jug.
20 ml tablespoon Triple Sec
30 ml tablespoons Galliano
30 ml tablespoons cream
30 ml tablespoons orange juice
1 cup chopped rockmelon
1 cup ice cubes
1. Place Triple Sec, Galliano, cream, orange
juice, rockmelon and ice cubes into
blender jug.
2. Using high speed, blend until well
combined and ice is crushed.
CRANBERRY CRUSHER
1 cup peeled and chopped pink grapefruit
120 ml orange juice
120 ml cranberry juice
1 tablespoon castor sugar
250 ml ginger ale
1. Place grapefruit, orange juice, cranberry
juice, sugar into blender jug.
2. Blend on high speed, until well combined.
3. Pour over ginger ale to serve.
ROCKMELON AND PINEAPPLE
FRAPPÉ
1 cup chopped rockmelon
1 cup caned pineapple pieces
1 cup ice
mint leaves to serve
1. Place all ingredients into the blender.
2. Blend on high speed until all ingredients
are combined and ice crushed.
PINEAPPLE COCONUT
CREAM COOLER
250 ml pineapple juice
1
⁄2 cup coconut cream
1
⁄2 cup ice
1. Place pineapple juice, coconut cream and
ice into blender jug.
2. Blend on high speed, until well combined.
LIME CRUSH
60 ml fresh lime juice
1 tablespoon white sugar
250 ml mineral water
1 cup ice
1 lime, thinly sliced
1. Place lime juice, sugar, mineral water
and ice into blender jug.
2. Blend on high speed, until well combined.
Serve with lime slices.
1. Place all ingredients into the blender.
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2. Blend on high speed until all ingredients
are combined and ice crushed.
Serve with chopped mint leaves.
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SMOOTHIES AND MILKSHAKES
MANGO SMOOTHIE
1 mango, peeled and sliced
3
⁄4 cup unflavoured yogurt
120 ml orange juice
1. Place mango, yogurt and orange juice
into blender jug.
2. Blend on high speed until smooth.
Serve immediately.
BANANA, SOY AND
PEANUT SMOOTHIE
1 banana, peeled and chopped
250 ml soy milk
1 tablespoon smooth peanut butter
1
⁄3 cup natural yoghurt
1. Place banana, milk, peanut butter and
yogurt into blender jug.
2. Blend on high speed, until well combined.
STRAWBERRY SMOOTHIE
150 g strawberries
250 ml milk
2 scoops vanilla ice cream
strawberry topping to serve
Serve immediately.
SMOOTHIES AND MILKSHAKES cont’d
POWER SHAKE
2 tablespoons cocoa powder
1 teaspoon instant coffee
30 ml boiling water
2 tablespoons sugar
1 egg
1 tablespoon wheat germ
400 ml cold milk
1. Dissolve cocoa and coffee in
boiling water.
2. Combine with sugar, egg, wheat germ,
and milk.
CHOCOLATE MILKSHAKE
1. Place the strawberries, milk and ice
cream into the blender jug.
250 ml milk
2 scoops chocolate ice cream
1 tablespoon chocolate topping
2 teaspoons honey (optional)
2. Blend on high speed until well combined.
1. Place all ingredients into the blender jug.
Serve with strawberry topping drizzled over.
2. Blend on high speed, until well combined.
3. Pour into blender jug. Blend on high
speed, until smooth and frothy.
Serve immediately.
Serve immediately.
BANANA SMOOTHIE
1 bananas, peeled and chopped
1
⁄2 cup unflavoured yogurt
120 ml milk
1 tablespoon honey
1. Place banana, yogurt, milk and honey
into blender jug.
2. Blend on high speed, until well combined.
Serve immediately.
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