RHIC100_IB_FA_WEB_210613
Culinary Collection
Ice Cream & Yoghurt Maker
2 YEAR WARRANTY
RHIC100
Instructions & Warranty
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Spectrum Brands Australia Pty Ltd
Locked Bag 3004 Braeside
Victoria 3195 Australia
Spectrum Brands New Zealand Ltd
PO Box 9817 Newmarket
Auckland 1149 New Zealand
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Warranty Against Defects
In this warranty:
Australian Consumer Law means the Australian consumer law set out in Schedule 2 to the Competition
and Consumer Act 2010;
CGA means the New Zealand Consumer Guarantees Act 1993;
Goods means the product or equipment which was accompanied by this warranty and purchased in
Australia or New Zealand, as the case may be;
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1. for Goods purchased in Australia, Spectrum Brands Australia Pty Ltd ABN, 78 007 070 573;
or
2. for Goods purchased in New Zealand, Spectrum Brands New Zealand Ltd, as the case may be,
contact details as set out at the end of this warranty;
Supplier means the authorised distributor or retailer of the Goods that sold you the Goods in Australia or
in New Zealand; and
You means you, the original end-user purchaser of the Goods.
1. Our goods come with guarantees that cannot be excluded under the Australian Consumer Law, or
the CGA. You are entitled to a replacement or refund for a major failure and compensation for any
other reasonably foreseeable loss or damage. You are also entitled
to have the goods repaired or replaced if the goods fail to be of acceptable quality and the failure
does not amount to a major failure.
2.
The benefits provided by this Warranty are in addition to all other rights and remedies in respect of
the Goods which the consumer has under either the Australian Consumer Law
or the CGA. The original purchaser of the Goods is provided with the following Warranty subject to
the Warranty Conditions:
3.
We warrant the Goods for all parts defective in workmanship or materials from the date
of purchase (Warranty Period), for the period of:(a) Two (2) years for Russell Hobbs products (see product packaging for details)
(b) Two (2) years with five (5) year motor warranty for Russell Hobbs products (see product
packaging for details)
(c) Limited Lifetime, Ten (10) years for Russell Hobbs cookware.
(d) One (1) year for George Foreman.
If the Goods prove defective within the Warranty Period by reason of improper workmanship
or material, we may, at our own discretion, repair or replace the Goods without charge.
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Warranty Conditions
4.
The Goods must be used in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions. This Warranty
does not apply should the defect in or failure of the Goods be attributable
to misuse, abuse, accident or non-observance of manufacturer’s instructions on the part of
the user. As far as the law permits, the manufacturer does not accept liability for any direct or
consequential loss, damage or other expense caused by or arising out of any failure to use
the Goods in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.
5.
Exhaustible components (such as batteries, filters and brushes) of the Goods are included
under this Warranty only where there is a defect in workmanship or materials used.
6.
The warranty granted under clause 3 is limited to repair or replacement only.
7.
Any parts of the Goods replaced during repairs or any product replaced remain the property
of the manufacturer. In the event of the Goods being replaced during the Warranty Period,
the warranty on the replacement Goods will expire on the same
date as for the Warranty Period on the original Goods which are replaced.
8.
In order to claim under the warranty granted under clause 3 you must:
(a) Retain this warranty with your receipt/proof of purchase; and
(b) Return the Goods to us at the relevant address or to the Supplier by prepaid freight
within the Warranty Period accompanied with (i) the legible and unmodified original
proof of purchase, which clearly indicates the name and address of the Supplier, the date
and place of purchase, the product name or other product serial number and (ii) this
warranty.
9.
This warranty is immediately void if:
(a) Any serial number or appliance plate is removed or defaced;
(b) The Goods have been serviced or otherwise repaired by a person not authorised to do so
by us or where non approved replaced parts are used.
10. The Goods are designed for domestic use only. A limited 90-day Warranty applies to any
industrial or commercial use of the Goods. The Goods must be connected to the electrical
voltage requirements as specified in the ratings label located on the Goods.
11. This warranty does not cover the cost of claiming under the warranty or transport
of the Goods to and from the Supplier or us.
12. This warranty is only valid and enforceable in Australia against Spectrum Brands Australia Pty
Ltd and in New Zealand against Spectrum Brands New Zealand Ltd.
Contact us or the Supplier for further details.
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news; Information on special price offers and promotions.
Any questions? Please contact Customer Service for advice.
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CONTENTS
PARTS OF YOUR APPLIANCE..........................................................................................................5
BEFORE FIRST USE...........................................................................................................................6
USING THE ICE CREAM, YOGHURT & ICE CUBE MAKER ......................................................6
Quick start guide.........................................................................................................6
THE CONTROL PANEL.......................................................................................................7
HOW TO MAKE ICE CREAM.............................................................................................9
HOW TO MAKE YOGHURT...............................................................................................11
HOW TO MAKE ICE CUBES............................................................................................13
TIPS...................................................................................................................................................... 11
TROUBLESHOOTING.......................................................................................................................................16
CARE AND CLEANING......................................................................................................................15
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Congratulations on the purchase of your new Russell Hobbs appliance. Each unit is
manufactured to ensure safety and reliability. Before using the appliance for the first time,
please read this instruction booklet carefully and keep it for future reference. Pass it on if
you pass on the appliance.
When using this appliance, basic safety precautions should always be followed.
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Power connection
9.
Transparent lid
LCD display
11. Plastic mixing paddle
Seal ring
10. Mixing axis
Control panel
12. Container cavity
Motor unit
Air vent
13. Metal bowl (for ice
cream and ice making)
Feed chute
15. Ice making frame
Mixing motor
14. Ice cube trays
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16. Yoghurt bowl (plastic)
17. Yoghurt lid seal ring
18. Yoghurt lid
Also included:
Ice cream scoop
Measuring cup
BEFORE FIRST USE
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Remove all packaging material and any stickers from the product.
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Wash all removable parts as instructed in “CARE AND CLEANING” section of this manual.
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As some parts may be packed separately, check to ensure all items have been
unpacked before disposing of the packaging.
Select a level, dry countertop where the appliance is to be used, allowing air space on
all sides to provide proper ventilation for the motor (10cm gap min).
NOTE: If the Ice Cream & Yoghurt Maker has been tipped upside down during
transportation, there is a possibility that oil has escaped from the compressor into
the refrigeration pipes which could result in no or poor refrigeration & heating. To fix
the problem run the unit in ice cream mode for five minutes and then run the yoghurt
mode for five minutes. This process should be repeated several times to clear the
system. Once this is complete you should find that the temperature will drop quite
quickly in the ice cream or ice mode.
USING THE ICE CREAM, YOGHURT & ICE CUBE MAKER – QUICK START GUIDE
For ice cream making:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Prepare your ice cream mix and pour it into the metal bowl (see page “How To Make
Ice Cream” section, page 9 for more details).
Place the plastic mixing paddle in the metal bowl ensuring it is centred.
Place the metal bowl into container cavity, aligning the handles of the metal bowl with
the gaps in the seal ring.
Place the transparent lid on top of the metal bowl by aligning the mixing axis with the
hole in the centre of the lid, ensure the notches in the container cavity align with the
grooves on the lid, rotate clockwise to lock into position.
NOTE: The transparent lid will not lock into place unless the handles of the bowl are
aligned with the gaps in the seal ring.
5.
Place the mixing motor on top of the lid and ensure the mixing axis inserts into the paddle.
NOTE: You may have to rotate the mixing axis so the mixing paddle inserts correctly.
NOTE: The mixing paddle will not operate without the mixing motor correctly in place.
For yoghurt making:
1.
2.
3.
Add ingredients to the plastic yoghurt bowl (see “How To Make Yoghurt” section, page
11 for more details).
Place the yoghurt bowl without the lid into container cavity, aligning the handles of the
yoghurt bowl with the gaps in the seal ring.
Place the plastic transparent lid on top of the yoghurt bowl, ensure the notches in the
container cavity align with the grooves on the lid, rotate clockwise to lock into position.
NOTE: The plastic yoghurt lid is not required for making yoghurt. It is used for storage only.
NOTE: The transparent lid will not lock into place unless the handles of the bowl are
aligned with the gaps in the seal ring.
4.
Place the mixing motor on top of the lid.
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For Ice cube making:
1.
2.
3.
Pour 280ml of water into the metal bowl, then slowly push the ice making frame (with
ice cube trays in place) all the way into metal bowl (see “How to make Ice Cubes”
section, page 13 for more details).
Place the metal bowl into container cavity, aligning the handles of the metal bowl with
the gaps in the seal ring.
Place the transparent lid on top of the metal bowl, ensure the notches in the container
cavity align with the grooves on the lid, rotate clockwise to lock into position.
NOTE: The transparent lid will not lock into place unless the handles of the bowl are
aligned with the gaps in the seal ring.
4.
Place the mixing motor on top of the lid.
THE CONTROL PANEL
1.
2.
Plug in and switch the appliance on at the power outlet.
Press the POWER button, and the appliance will go into standby mode. The LCD
display will illuminate and show the pre-set time of 60:00.
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FUNCTIONS
There are 3 functions to choose from:
Symbol on Control Panel
Function
Ice Cream Making
Ice Cube Making
Yoghurt Making
1.
2.
To select a function, press the MENU button. The LCD display will display the symbol of
the function selected.
With each press the MENU button it will scroll between the different functions.
NOTE: When you switch the appliance on, the default function is Ice Cream making.
TIME
You can press this button to adjust the time after the function is chosen.
1.
Ice cream and ice cube making process: The default time is 60 minutes. Press the TIME
button to increase the duration by 5 minutes. The time range is from 5-60 minutes.
NOTE: If the timer is set to 60 minutes and you push the TIME button again, it will go back to
5 minutes, and then increase in 5 minute intervals with each push of the button.
2.
Yoghurt making process: press the TIME button to increase the duration by 1 hour.
The time range is 0-24 hours and defaults to the time that was last entered. When the
set time is 0 hour, the appliance will go directly into the cooling mode after starting.
START
With the relevant bowl and ingredients in place, and after selecting the function and time,
press the START button to begin operating.
1.
2.
3.
Once the START button has been pressed, the timer will begin to count down.
While in operation, the LCD display screen will remain lit up.
When the time reaches 00:00, 00:00 will flash on the LCD screen. When in ice cream
and ice making functions, the appliance will also beep several times.
NOTE: The refrigerator compressor will start after the program has run for 2 minutes.
The temperature will only drop once the compressor has started
DEFROST
The defrost function can be used when making ice cream or ice cubes. It is designed to help
release the metal bowl from the container cavity if they freeze together.
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2.
3.
4.
Once the timer has reached 00:00 after making ice cream or ice cubes, you are ready to
remove the bowl.
When in ice cream or ice cube mode, press the DEFROST button.
(The DEFROST symbol will appear on screen)
The Defrost default time is 3 minutes, after about 1 minute the time will begin to count down.
When the time has elapsed the appliance will beep 10 times and the 00:00 will flash.
NOTE: The entire 3 minutes may not be required, see the ice cream and ice cube
making sections for more information.
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HOW TO MAKE ICE CREAM
NOTE: Ensure all attachments are clean prior to use as per the CARE AND CLEANING section.
1.
2.
Remove the metal bowl from the container cavity.
Pour the ice cream mixture into the metal bowl (refer to recipe section for suggestions).
NOTE: Only fill the container up to 80%, to avoid spillage during mixing.
3.
4.
Insert the plastic mixing paddle into the metal bowl.
Place the metal bowl into container cavity, aligning the handles of the metal bowl with
the gaps in the seal ring.
CAUTION: Do not place ingredients directly into the container cavity. Insert
ingredients into the bowl prior to adding the bowl into the container cavity.
5.
Place the transparent lid on top of the metal bowl by aligning the mixing axis with the
hole in the centre of the lid; ensure the notches in the container cavity align with the
grooves on the lid. Rotate clockwise to lock into position.
NOTE: The transparent lid will not lock into place unless the handles of the bowl are
aligned with the gaps in the seal ring.
6.
Place the mixing motor on top of the lid.
NOTE: You may have to rotate the mixing axis so the mixing paddle inserts correctly.
NOTE: The mixing paddle will not operate without the mixing motor correctly in place.
7.
8.
Plug the appliance into a power socket and switch it on.
Press the POWER button.
NOTE: The ice cream making function is the default mode after the POWER button
is pressed. Otherwise press the MENU button until the ice cream symbol appears on
the LCD screen.
9.
Then press the TIME button to set the time.
NOTE: The automatic default and maximum time for Ice cream making is 60 minutes.
To adjust this press the TIME button to increase by 5 minute intervals. Refer to the
‘Table of Time Recommendations’ for time indications.
10. Press the START button to begin ice cream making. The timer will begin to countdown.
NOTE: The refrigerator compressor will start after the program has run for 2 minutes.
The temperature will only drop once the compressor has started
11. Throughout the ice cream making cycle, the temperature will drop toward to 0°C in the first
10 minutes and then drop to below -10°C where it will stay until the end of the cycle.
NOTE: While in operation you can increase the duration by pressing the TIME button.
It will increase in 5 minute intervals to a maximum of 60 minutes.
NOTE: As the ice cream becomes thicker, the load on the mixing paddle increases.
If the density of the ice cream becomes too thick, the paddle will stop mixing
automatically but freezing will continue.
12. Additional stir through ingredients can be added while the ice cream maker is in
operation. Add these ingredients via the feed chute toward the end of the ice cream
making cycle, or as the mix is just beginning to freeze.
13. When the time on the LCD screen has elapsed, the appliance will beep 10 times and
the 00:00 will flash. Press the POWER button to switch the appliance off.
NOTE: If the appliance is not manually switched off after it beeps, it will continue to
remain cool for 1 hour before it switches itself off.
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14. Remove the mixing motor.
15. Remove the transparent lid by rotating it counter-clockwise and lift it up.
16. Remove the metal bowl from the container cavity using the metal handle.
NOTE: If it is difficult to remove the bowl, you can defrost it slightly using the
DEFROST FUNCTION. This will heat the edges of the bowl. To DEFROST:
a) Press the POWER button
b) Press the START button to begin the ice cream process.
c) Press the DEFROST button. 3:00 minutes will appear on the screen, after about 1
minute the time will begin to count down the time will begin to countdown.
d) It may not take the full 3 minutes, so after 1 minute, push the POWER button to
switch the defrost function off, and try to remove the bowl. If it is still too hard to
remove, repeat steps a) to d) above.
NOTE: You must be in ice cream or ice cube making mode for the DEFROST button to
work.
17. When complete, transfer the ice cream to another container and place in the freezer
until ready to serve.
NOTE: Do not use metal utensils in the metal bowl, use plastic or silicone utensils.
NOTE: Do not store ice cream in the metal bowl. It is best to store it in an air tight
container in the freezer with a piece of cling film or baking paper lined on the surface
of the ice cream to prevent crystals forming on top.
Table of time recommendations
Type of recipe
Allow for
Custard Based Ice cream (egg base)
30-40 minutes
Sorbet & Gelato
50-60 minutes
Frozen Yoghurt
30-50 minutes
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HOW TO MAKE YOGHURT
Tips for Yoghurt Making
Put simply, yoghurt is milk with added bacteria. Bacteria or live cultures are combined with
milk and heated for between 6-10 hours to produce thick, creamy yoghurt.
There are literally hundreds of yoghurt cultures originating from all over the world that
produce different tastes and consistencies. Some will produce mild, thick and creamy
yoghurt and some will produce tangy and runny yoghurt. You should experiment with which
style of yoghurt you and your family prefer.
There are many brands of yoghurt base powders that you can purchase to use in your Russell
Hobbs Culinary Collect Ice Cream and Yoghurt Maker. These are usually found in the dessert
aisle of most supermarkets. The simplest way to make yoghurt is to purchase the powder
and add cold water as per the packet instructions. Once the mixture is created it can be put
straight in the Yoghurt Maker and follow the instructions in the section below.
You can also make yoghurt by using one cup of yoghurt as the “starter culture” as this should
contain enough live culture to make more yoghurt in the Russell Hobbs Culinary Collection
Ice cream and Yoghurt Maker. The ratio is usually one cup of yoghurt to three cups of milk
to activate another batch of yoghurt. However, it is recommended you purchase a fresh
container of yoghurt each time to ensure the cultures are still alive.
The other way to make yoghurt using your Russell Hobbs Culinary Collection Ice Cream
and Yoghurt Maker is with yoghurt starter cultures bought from your local health food store
or over the internet. Once again, you may need to experiment with this style of yoghurt
making as to which thickness and texture you prefer and how long to set your timer. A safe
way to start is to set the timer for 8 hours and determine whether this produces a yoghurt
consistency that is preferable for you.
Remember, the longer the time set, the longer the fermentation process (heating time) will
produce a thicker consistency in your yoghurt.
We recommend using your home made yoghurt within 7 days and always keep it in the fridge.
NOTE: Ensure all attachments are clean prior to use as per the CARE AND CLEANING
section.
1.
2.
Remove the yoghurt plastic bowl from the container cavity.
Add ingredients to the plastic yoghurt bowl (refer to recipe section for suggestions).
NOTE: Only fill the container up to 80%, to avoid spillage.
3.
Place the plastic bowl into container cavity, aligning the handles of the bowl with the
gaps in the seal ring.
CAUTION: Do not place ingredients directly into the container cavity. Place ingredients in
the plastic bowl prior to placing it inside the container cavity.
NOTE: The plastic yoghurt lid is not required for making yoghurt. It is used for storage only.
4.
Place the transparent lid on top of the plastic bowl and ensure the notches in the
container cavity align with the grooves on the lid, then rotate clockwise to lock into
position.
NOTE: The transparent lid will not lock into place unless the handles of the bowl are
aligned with the gaps in the seal ring.
5.
6.
7.
Place the mixing motor on top of the lid.
Plug the appliance into a power socket and switch it on.
Press the POWER button.
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9.
Press the MENU button to choose the yoghurt making function, a milk carton symbol
should appear on the LCD screen.
Then press the TIME button to set the time.
NOTE: The suggested time for yoghurt making is 8 hours. To adjust this press the
TIME button to increase by 1 hour intervals. Refer to the recipe section for “Tips for
Yoghurt Making”.
10. Press the START button to begin yoghurt making. The yoghurt making process will
cycle the temperature up to 40°C where it will cycle between 40°C and 46°C for the
entire time you have chosen. This is called the ‘fermentation cycle’.
NOTE: While in operation you can increase the duration by pressing the TIME button.
It will increase in 1 hour intervals to a maximum of 24 hours.
11. When the time has elapsed, the appliance will start to cool down to 2°C and then 00:00
will flash on the LCD screen. This is called the ‘cooling cycle’. You should now place
the yoghurt in your refrigerator with the yoghurt bowl lid on. Press the POWER button
to switch the appliance off.
NOTE: If the appliance is not manually switched off after it finishes the yoghurt cycle,
it will refrigerate between 2°C and 8°C and maintain this temperature for 1 hour. After
1 hour it will switch itself off.
12. Remove the mixing motor.
13. Remove the transparent lid by rotating it counter-clockwise and lift it up.
14. Remove the plastic bowl from the container cavity using the metal handle. You can
store the yoghurt in this container, with the yoghurt lid sealed firmly in place, and store
in the refrigerator for up to 14 days.
NOTE: Add ingredients such as fruit to your yoghurt after the yoghurt has been made
and removed from the appliance.
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HOW TO MAKE ICE CUBES
Ice making frame
Ice cube trays
Metal bowl
Illustration 1
NOTE: Ensure all attachments are clean prior to use as per the CARE AND CLEANING section.
1.
2.
Remove the metal bowl from the container cavity.
Place the ice cube trays on the ice making frame (see illustration 1).
Illustration 2
3.
Illustration 3
Pour 280ml of water into the empty metal bowl, then gently place the ice making frame
with ice cube trays in place (see illustration 2) into the metal bowl by gently and slowly
pushing them down (see illustration 3) until the water fills around the ice cube trays.
Hold in place for 15 seconds.
NOTE: After removing your fingers, the ice making frame may float slightly. This is normal.
4.
Place the metal bowl into container cavity, aligning the handles of metal bowl with the
gaps in the seal ring.
CAUTION: Do not place ingredients directly into the container cavity. Insert
ingredients to the bowl prior to adding the bowl into the container cavity.
Place the transparent lid on top of the metal bowl, ensure the notches in the container
cavity align with the grooves on the lid, then rotate clockwise to lock into place.
6. Place the mixing motor on top of the lid.
NOTE: The transparent lid will not lock into place unless the handles of the bowl are
aligned with the gaps in the seal ring.
5.
NOTE: The appliance will not operate without the mixing motor correctly in place.
7.
Plug the appliance into a power socket and switch it on.
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9.
Press the POWER button.
Press the MENU button to choose the ice cube making function, the ice (snowflake)
symbol should appear on the LCD screen.
10 Then press the TIME button to set the time.
NOTE: The automatic defaulted and maximum time for Ice cubes is 60 minutes. To
adjust this press the TIME button to increase by 5 minute intervals.
11. Press the START button to begin the ice cube making process. The timer will begin to
countdown.
NOTE: The refrigerator compressor will start after the program has run for 2 minutes.
The temperature will only drop once the compressor has started
NOTE: While in operation you can increase the duration by pressing the TIME button.
It will increase in 5 minute intervals to a maximum of 60 minutes.
12. When the time has elapsed, the display will show 00:00 and the appliance will beep 10
times. Press the POWER button to switch the appliance off.
NOTE: If the appliance is not switched off after it beeps, it will continue to remain
cool for 1 hour before it switches itself off.
13. Remove the transparent lid by rotating it counter-clockwise and lift it up.
14. Remove the metal bowl from the container cavity.
NOTE: If it is difficult to remove the bowl, you can defrost it slightly using the
DEFROST FUNCTION. This will heat the edges of the bowl. To DEFROST:
a) Press the POWER button
b) Press the START button to begin the ice cream process,
c) Press the DEFROST button. 3:00 minutes will appear on the screen, after about 1
minute the time will begin to count down the time will begin to countdown.
d) It may not take the full 3 minutes, so after 1 minute, push the POWER button to
switch the defrost function off, and try to remove the bowl. If it is still too hard to remove, repeat steps a) to d) above.
NOTE: You must be in ice cream or ice cube making mode for the DEFROST button to work.
15. Remove the ice making frame and ice cube trays from the metal bowl. If this is difficult,
hold the metal bowl by the handle in a sink on a slight angle and run cool to warm water
around the edges of the bowl for 10-15 seconds, rotating it to rinse all outside areas.
CAUTION: Do not touch the outside of the metal bowl, only use the handle.
NOTE: Do not put water directly into the container cavity.
16. Remove the ice making trays from the ice making frame (see illustration 4).
NOTE: Remove ice on a plate or in a container, or ensure your workspace is clean, as
some cubes may pop out quickly.
17. Remove ice by popping it out of the trays using both hands (see illustration 5).
Illustration 4
Illustration 5
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CARE AND CLEANING
IMPORTANT: Before cleaning, be sure unit is turned off and cord is unplugged.
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Completely empty and disassemble removable parts before washing.
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Ensure all food remains are rinsed out of hard to reach areas before drying and storing.
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Rinse parts immediately after use for easy cleaning.
Do not use metal utensils in the metal bowl, use plastic or silicone utensils.
Wipe the motor unit and mixing motor with a damp cloth and dry thoroughly.
Wipe the container cavity with a damp cloth and dry thoroughly. Ensure the container
cavity is completely clean and dry before inserting bowls.
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Do not immerse motor unit or mixing motor in liquid.
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The metal bowl must only be washed by hand. Do not place the metal bowl in the
dishwasher.
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The mixing paddle, plastic yoghurt bowl and lid, transparent lid, ice cube trays and ice
making frames can be washed by hand or in dishwasher.
If washing by hand, wash with warm to hot soapy water and use a soft cloth.
If washing in a dishwasher, place removable parts on the top rack only—not in or near
utensil basket.
Do not use alkaline cleaning agents or harsh abrasives when cleaning this appliance.
Do not use rough scouring pads or cleansers on any plastic or metal parts.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Recipe
Problems
Reasons
ICE CREAM
My Russell Hobbs
Ice Cream & Yoghurt
maker is not getting
cold enough to freeze
the ice cream
If the Ice Cream
& Yoghurt Maker
has been tipped
upside down during
transportation, there
is a possibility that
oil has escaped from
the compressor
into the refrigeration
pipes which could
result in no or poor
refrigeration or
heating.
To fix the problem run the
unit in ice cream mode for
five minutes, and then run
the yoghurt mode for five
minutes. This process should
be repeated several times to
clear the system. Once this is
complete you should find that
the temperature will drop quite
quickly in the ice cream or ice
mode.
After the ice cream
making cycle is
finished, it is quite
hard to take out the
metal bowl
The bowl is frozen to
the cavity
Follow the Defrost instructions
in the “HOW TO MAKE ICE
CREAM” section. Run this for
1-3 minutes to release the bowl
My ice cream is really
hard after I took it out
of the freezer
Homemade ice
cream will be harder
than store-bought
Take out of the freezer and
de-frost on the bench for 10-20
minutes before scooping
My ice cream is very
soft at the end of the
ice cream making
cycle
Some recipes have
more water content
and may require
longer freezing time
Add a further 10 minutes to the
freezing time on your ice cream
maker. Alternatively, transfer
the ice cream into an air-tight
container and store in your
freezer until ready to serve. This
will harden the ice cream up.
The ice cream has
hardened before I
added the inclusion
ingredients (eg. nuts,
choc-bits, fruit)
The recipe used
just needed time
adjustment
Decant ice cream into a large
bowl and stir the inclusion
ingredients through manually
with a wooden spoon. Transfer
to an airtight storage container
and place in the freezer until
ready to serve.
The ice cream cycle
has not finished it’s
set time and the
paddle is not turning
The ice cream is
frozen to capacity so
the paddle will not
turn
Turn the machine off and
decant the ice cream into a
clean container and place in
your freezer until ready to serve.
The paddle is not
turning when I start
the ice cream cycle
The motor may not
be in place properly
Disassemble all components
and re-assemble, ensuring the
top of the paddle is aligned with
the mixing motor
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Solutions
ICE CUBES
YOGHURT
The ice making
assembly floats
during the ice making
process
The ice making
assembly may have
been inserted into
the metal bowl too
quickly
Remove the ice making
assembly, tip out water and
re-measure 280mls. Now the
place ice making assembly it
into the metal bowl and slowly
and gently push down
My ice cubes are
watery and didn’t
freeze properly
The duration of the
ice making process
may not have been
long enough (50
minutes minimum)
Try making the ice cubes again,
ensuring the time you set is at
least 50 minutes
I can’t remove the ice
making frame and ice
cube trays from the
metal bowl.
During the ice making
process the ice cubes
may freeze to the
inside of the bowl
Hold the metal bowl by the
handle in a sink on a slight
angle and run cool to warm
water around the edges of
the bowl for 10-15 seconds,
rotating it to rinse all outside
areas. The ice making frame
and ice cube trays should now
slide out.
My yoghurt hasn’t set
– it’s too runny
You may have used a
culture that produces
a runny yoghurt
Re-set your machine to yoghurt
making for a further 2-4 hours.
This ‘should’ re-activate the
culture and produce a thicker
result
The yoghurt has not
set at all – it looks like
milk
The culture used may
not be a live culture
Try re-setting the machine for
a further 2-4 hours. If it is still
runny, throw it out and start
again with a new culture
The taste is very bitter Some cultures
produce a tangy
flavour
The yoghurt is really
thick, I prefer runny
yoghurt
The thickness of the
yoghurt can be varied
with the time you set
on the yoghurt maker.
Runny yoghurt will
require less time than
thick yoghurt
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Add some fruit puree or honey
to the yoghurt for added
sweetness
For runny yoghurt, try
decreasing the time by 2 hours
IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
1.
2.
3.
4.
To protect against electrical hazards, do not immerse the appliance in water or any liquid.
Do not use it in a bathroom or near any source of water.
Do not use outdoors.
This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced physical, sensory
or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been given supervision
or instruction concerning use of the appliance by a person responsible for their safety.
5. This appliance is NOT a toy. Children should be supervised to ensure they do NOT play with this appliance.
6. Always follow the instructions when using this appliance.
7. Do not cover the air vents when the ice cream machine is in use.
8. Do not place any ingredients directly into the container cavity. Place ingredients into the metal
bowl or yoghurt bowl only.
9. Ensure container cavity is clean, dry, and free of debris before each use.
10. Do not place fingers or hands inside the ice cream machine during operation. Avoid contact with
moving parts.
11. Always clean the appliance immediately after use.
12. CAUTION: Do not operate on an inclined plane. Place the appliance on a stable, level, heat
resistant surface and out of reach of children.
13. Route the power cord so it does not overhang, and cannot be caught accidentally.
14. Unplug the appliance when not in use, before moving and before cleaning. Let it come to room
temperature before cleaning and storing away.
15. There are no user serviceable parts. If the power cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the
manufacturer or similarly qualified person in order to avoid hazard.
16. Do not operate this appliance with a damaged cord/plug or after the appliance has
malfunctioned, or been dropped or damaged in any manner. Contact Customer Service for
examination, adjustment, repair or replacement.
17. To disconnect, turn off the wall power outlet then grasp the plug and remove from wall power
socket. Never pull by the cord.
18. Leave a clear space of at least 100mm (4 inches) around the appliance when in use to allow air
to flow through the vents.
19. Do not cover the appliance or put anything on top of it while in use.
20.Do not use the appliance near or below curtains or other combustible materials.
21. Keep the power cord, the appliance, and the metal bowl or yoghurt bowl away from hotplates,
cook-tops and burners.
22.Do not use the metal bowl or yoghurt bowl with any appliance (cook-top, stove, oven, microwave
oven, etc) other than the appliance.
23. Do not use accessories or attachments other than those supplied as specifically for use with the appliance.
24. Do not use the appliance for any purpose other than that described in these instructions.
25.Do not connect this appliance to an external timer or remote control system.
26. For added safety, electrical appliances should be connected to a power outlet that is protected by a
residual current device (RCD), also often referred to as a ‘Safety Switch’. Your switchboard may
already incorporate an RCD. If unsure, call an electrician for verification and fitting if necessary.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS.
THIS APPLIANCE IS FOR HOUSEHOLD USE ONLY.
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RECIPES
Culinary Collection
Ice Cream & Yoghurt Maker
RHIC100
Instructions & Warranty
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Recipes
RASPBERRY FROZEN YOGHURT
Preparation Time: 5 minutes
Ingredients:
1 cup milk
Juice of half a lemon
1 cup frozen raspberries
2 cups natural yoghurt
¼ cup caster sugar
Method:
1. Place the frozen raspberries in a bowl with the lemon juice and stir to combine.
2. Meanwhile, place the milk, yoghurt and sugar in a blender and blitz to combine. Pour
the raspberries in and blend on high speed for 1 minute.
3. Gently pour the mixture into your Russell Hobbs Ice cream metal bowl, place in the
machine and set the menu for ice cream and timer for 40 minutes.
4. Serve immediately or alternatively, store in an air tight container and place in your
freezer for later use (up to 7 days).
CHOCOLATE BROWNIE ICE CREAM
Preparation Time: 10 minutes (plus cooling time 30 minutes+)
Ingredients:
2 eggs
2 egg yolks, extra
1 tsp vanilla extract
200g caster sugar
1 ½ cups pouring cream
200g dark chocolate, melted
250g chocolate brownies, chopped
Method:
1. Place the eggs, extra yolks, vanilla and sugar in a heatproof bowl. Place over a saucepan of simmering water and beat with electric beaters for 8 minutes until thick and
pale. Remove from the heat and place in the refrigerator for 30 minutes to cool.
2. In a large bowl, whisk the cream until stiff peaks form. Gently fold through the cooled
egg mixture until well combined.
3. Gently pour the mixture into your Russell Hobbs Ice cream metal bowl, place in the
machine and set the menu for ice cream and timer for 30 minutes. Add the chopped
brownie pieces through the feed chute with 10 minutes remaining.
4. Serve immediately or alternatively, store in an air tight container and place in your
freezer for later use (up to 7 days).
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QUICK PEPPERMINT CHOC-CHIP ICE CREAM
Preparation Time: 10 minutes
Ingredients:
1½ cups milk
200g condensed milk
¾ cup pure cream
1tsp vanilla essence
½ pkt peppermint choc-chip biscuits, crushed
Method:
1. Place the milk, condensed milk, cream and vanilla essence in a large bowl and whisk to
combine.
2. Gently pour the mixture into your Russell Hobbs Ice-cream metal bowl, place in the
machine and set the menu for ice-cream and timer for 30 minutes. Add the crushed
peppermint choc-chip biscuits through the feed chute with 10 minutes remaining.
3. Serve immediately or alternatively, store in an air tight container and place in your
freezer for later use (up to 7 days).
Tip: You can use this ice cream as a base, substituting the peppermint choc-chip biscuits
for other ingredient flavours such as nuts, marshmallows, choc-bits, fruit puree swirls or
simply leave as vanilla.
LEMON LIME SORBET
Preparation Time: 10 minutes (plus syrup cooling time 2 hours+)
Ingredients:
2 cups caster sugar
2 cups water
1 tsp lime zest
1 tsp lemon zest
½ cup fresh lime juice
½ cup fresh lemon juice
Method:
1. Place the water and sugar in a saucepan and bring to a boil (this is called a sugar
syrup). Simmer for 5 minutes and let cool to room temperature or place in the
refrigerator overnight.
2. Pour the zest and juice into the cooled sugar syrup and stir to combine.
3. Gently pour the mixture into your Russell Hobbs Ice cream metal bowl, place in the
machine and set the menu for ice cream and timer for 60 minutes.
4. Serve immediately or alternatively, store in an air tight container and place in your
freezer for later use (up to 7 days).
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Recipes
FRENCH VANILLA ICE CREAM
Preparation Time: 15 minutes (plus cooling time 2 hours+)
Ingredients:
1¼ cup pure or double cream
1¼ cup milk
6 vanilla beans, split, seeds scraped
8 egg yolks
2/3 cup caster sugar
Method:
1. Place the cream, milk and vanilla seeds in a large saucepan and bring to the boil.
Reduce heat and simmer gently for 5 minutes.
2. Meanwhile, whisk together the egg yolks and sugar in a large bowl for 2 minutes or until
pale and creamy. Gradually add a third of the hot liquid, mixing slowly to combine as
you pour.
3. Return this mixture back to the saucepan containing the remaining hot liquid. Cook
over low heat for 5 minutes, stirring continuously until the mixture thickens and coats
the back of a spoon (do not boil or it will curdle and turn into scrambled eggs!). Strain
the custard through a fine sieve into a bowl and cool to room temperature (or place in
the refrigerator overnight).
4. Gently pour the mixture into your Russell Hobbs Ice cream metal bowl, place in the
machine and set the menu for ice cream and timer for 30 minutes.
5. Serve immediately or alternatively, store in an air tight container and place in your
freezer for later use (up to 7 days).
CREAMY COCONUT-MANGO ICE CREAM
Preparation Time: 15 minutes
Ingredients:
½ cup milk
1 cup coconut milk
200g condensed milk
¾ cup pure or double cream
1 tsp vanilla essence
1 tbs desiccated coconut
2 frozen mango cheeks, diced
Method:
1. Whisk all ingredients (except mango) together in a bowl.
2. Gently pour the mixture into your Russell Hobbs Ice cream metal bowl, place in the
machine and set the menu for ice cream and timer for 30 minutes.
3. When the machine has 10 minutes to go in the cycle, drop the mango pieces into the
mixture through the feed chute.
4. Serve immediately or alternatively, store in an air tight container and place in your
freezer for later use (up to 7 days).
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YOGHURT
Preparation Time: 5 minutes
Yoghurt Making: 8 hours
Ingredients:
1 sachet yoghurt base powder*
750ml cold drinking water
Method:
1. Half fill the yoghurt bowl with cold drinking water, pour the contents of the yoghurt base
in, place the lid on and shake to combine.
2. Remove the lid and add more cold drinking water to 2/3 full.
3. Place the yoghurt bowl into the ice-cream maker and set the function to yoghurt with
time set to at least 8 hours (or overnight) until set.
4. When the yoghurt making cycle has finished, take the bowl out, place the lid on and
store in the refrigerator. Made up yoghurt will keep in the refrigerator for up to 7 days.
* Yoghurt base sachets can be purchased from the dessert aisle in most supermarkets.
Tip: You can flavour the yoghurt once set, by swirling through ingredients such as pureed
fruit, chopped cooked fruit, bircher muesli mixes or nuts.
CHOCOLATE FROZEN YOGHURT
Preparation Time: 25 minutes
Ingredients:
1 cup milk
180g chocolate, crushed into small uneven pieces
2 cups natural yoghurt
¼ cup caster sugar
Method:
1. Place the milk and chocolate in a small saucepan and heat to just melt the chocolate.
2. Place the chocolate milk, yoghurt and sugar in a blender and blend for 1 minute. Place
the blender jug in the refrigerator for 20 minutes to cool.
3. Gently pour the mixture into your Russell Hobbs Ice cream metal bowl, place in the
machine and set the menu for ice cream and timer for 40 minutes.
4. Serve immediately or alternatively, store in an air tight container and place in your
freezer for later use (up to 7 days).
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