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MADE IN CHINA
Express Kitchen System
USER’S GUIDE
FlavorChef™ MNL ENG R0 511207
MODEL No: EP0030K
Thank You!
Congratulations on the purchase of your FlavorChef™ Express Kitchen System! We know you will
enjoy all the benefits of this impressive appliance including dicing, chopping, grating, slicing, julienne,
shredding, blending, grinding, dough making, ice cream making and vacuum sealing! This product
was developed and manufactured with the utmost care and subjected to numerous quality checks.
Thank you for the trust you place in our brand and we hope that you are extremely satisfied with
the FlavorChef™ Express Kitchen System. Before operating the unit, please read the instructions
completely and carefully and keep them in case you need to refer to them at a later time.
Thanks again for trusting the FlavorChef™ brand from Thane™!
Thane™ and its affiliated companies assume no liability for personal injury or property damage resulting from
the misuse of the FlavorChef™ Express Kitchen System, including the failure to comply with the instructions
contained in this User’s Guide or provided by the manufacturer or distributor of the treated surface.
important safety information
read all instructions before using this kitchen
appliance
Note: Not all configurations include or come equipped with all the parts and attachments shown in
this manual. To order more parts, please contact your local distributor.
Notes
Contents
Notes
Safety Cautions and Warnings..........................................................................................................................................3
FlavorQuik™ Technology......................................................................................................................................................5
Overview of Main Parts.........................................................................................................................................................6
Motor Housing....................................................................................................................................................................6
Containers with Lids.........................................................................................................................................................6
Bases......................................................................................................................................................................................6
Attachments........................................................................................................................................................................6
Parts Overview.........................................................................................................................................................................7
Assembly Overview.................................................................................................................................................................8
Assemby and Use....................................................................................................................................................................9
Control Knob Settings.....................................................................................................................................................9
Connecting/Disconnecting Bases...............................................................................................................................9
Connecting the Master Jar to the Motor Housing...............................................................................................10
Connecting Attachments...............................................................................................................................................10
Fitting the Lid to the Master Jar..................................................................................................................................10
Blending................................................................................................................................................................................11
Chopping..............................................................................................................................................................................12
Dough Making....................................................................................................................................................................13
Slicing/Grating/Julienne.................................................................................................................................................14
Chopping and Grateing..................................................................................................................................................16
Dice and Chip.....................................................................................................................................................................18
Travel Mug............................................................................................................................................................................21
Grinding Jar.........................................................................................................................................................................22
Ice Cream Maker...............................................................................................................................................................23
Vacuum Seal.......................................................................................................................................................................25
Maintenance & Care..............................................................................................................................................................27
Troubleshooting .....................................................................................................................................................................27
Safety Cautions and Warnings
PLEASE READ THIS USER’S GUIDE COMPLETELY AND CAREFULLY.
! WARNING
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF BURNS, ELECTROCUTION, FIRE, OR INJURY, PLEASE READ ALL
INSTRUCTIONS, SAFEGUARDS, AND WARNINGS IN THIS USER’S GUIDE BEFORE USING THIS
APPLIANCE.
1. Keep this User’s Guide in a safe place for future reference.
2. Verify that the main voltage indicated on the Rating Plate on this appliance corresponds with the voltage of your
electrical outlet.
3. After removing the packaging, make sure that the product is not damaged and that no pieces are missing. If in
doubt, do not use.
4. To avoid danger of suffocation or any other hazards, do not leave packaging (such as plastic bags, polystyrene, etc.)
within reach of children.
5. This appliance is not to be used by children or persons with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge.
6. Cleaning and maintenance shall not be performed by children or persons with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge.
7. Keep this appliance and its cord out of reach of children.
8. Close supervision is necessary when the appliance is operated near children to ensure that they do not play with this appliance.
9. Children shall not play with this appliance.
10. Keep hands, loose clothing and other items away from the rotating blades.
11. Never feed food into the unit by hand. Always use the Food Pusher.
12. Do not use the appliance if the rotating blades are damaged.
13. Do not use the appliance without the lid securely locked in place.
14. Do not immerse this appliance (container, cord, motor housing) in water or any other liquids.
15. Do not operate this appliance with wet hands.
16. This appliance contains no user-serviceable parts. All repairs should only be carried out by a qualified engineer to avoid hazard. Improper repairs may place the user at risk of harm.
17. Do not operate this appliance if it has malfunctioned, or if it has been dropped or damaged in any way.
18. Do not leave this appliance unattended while it is plugged into an electrical outlet.
19. This appliance must be unplugged from the electrical outlet after use and while any maintenance, such as cleaning, is being conducted.
20. Always use the appliance on a sufficiently large, stable, dry, heat-resistant surface.
21. Place the unit securely in the center of the counter or work space.
22. Ensure that the power cord is kept away from heat or sharp edges that could cause damage.
23. Do not allow the power cord to hang over the edge of work surfaces or tabletops.
24. If the power supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer, its service agent or similarly qualified technician in order to avoid creating a hazardous condition.
25. Never force the plug into an outlet or pull or carry the unit by the cord. Do not use the cord as a handle, close a door on the cord or pull the cord around sharp edges or corners. Keep the cord away from heated surfaces.
26. Do not pull the cord in order to remove the plug from an outlet.
27. To avoid power overload, the appliance should not be connected in the same outlet simultaneously with another high wattage appliance.
28. Do not place this appliance where it can fall or be pulled into water or other liquid.
29. Do not reach for this appliance if it has fallen into water. Unplug immediately!
30. Always unplug this appliance before attempting to move it.
31. Always use both hands when moving the entire unit and make sure to pick it up by the unit’s base. Do not carry the appliance by the container handle.
32. Do not move the appliance while it is in use.
33. Do not use the appliance for any purpose other than its intended use as described in this User’s Guide.
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Notes
Maintenance & Care
• Never overload your FlavorChef™ unit.
• Never immerse the Motor Housing in water.
• All product parts are dishwasher safe except for the Motor Housing, Freezer Bowl, Vacuum Seal Attachment and
Vacuum Seal Bags.
Troubleshooting
Problem
Probable Cause/Solution
Unit does not operate on
any speed or pulse
• Is the unit plugged in? Does the outlet work?
• Is the lid latched in place? Refer to ‘Assembly and Use’ section of this User’s Guide.
• Is the food chute overfilled? Do not add food above the MAX line.
Food is not sliced or shredded uniformly
• Packing too much food in the food chute or pushing too hard on the food pusher may cause processed food to be irregularly sliced or shredded.
Unit stops and will not
come back on
• Is the lid latched in place? Refer to ‘Assembly and Use’ section of this User’s Guide.
• Is the outlet still working? Check it by plugging in another working appliance. You may have overloaded the circuit and blown a fuse or tripped the circuit breaker.
• Turn unit OFF (O), allow it to stand for 3 to 4 minutes, and then turn it back on. If none of these suggestions correct the problem, DO NOT attempt to repair the unit yourself. Call the Customer Service number.
Unit has a burning smell
• There may be a residue left on the motor from the manufacturing process, causing a slight odor during initial use. This will go away. If a strong odor or any visible smoke ap
pears, unplug the unit IMMEDIATELY and call the Customer Service number.
Motor seems weak
• You may be over-packing the unit or using pieces of food that are too large. Try un
loading some of the ingredients or use smaller pieces of food. Refer to ‘Assembly and Use’ section.
Soft Cheese is not shredding well
• Soft cheese should be processed immediately after being removed from the
refrigerator. Soft cheese, like mozzarella, should be placed in the freezer for 30
minutes prior to processing to ensure it is firm enough for shredding.
Ice cream is not firm
enough
OR
Ice cream maker is still
running after 60 minutes
• The Freezer Bowl was not in the freezer long enough, which is preferably overnight.
• The freezer is not cold enough. Ice cream sets at 10° to 14°F (-12° to -10°C). If the freezer is not at 0°F (-18°C), the ice cream will not set.
• Too much of the recipe mixture was put in the Freezer Bowl. The maximum volume of the recipe mixture should not exceed 500ml/17oz.
• Ingredients are warm or at room temperature.
• The Freezer Bowl was left at room temperature and not placed onto the Motor Housing immediately before use.
• The freezer door was opened and closed too many times during the freezing process.
• The Freezer Bowl has a thick coating of ice on the walls. After washing, dry completely prior to placing back in freezer.
Ice Cream Maker stops
churning before the ice
cream is ready.
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• Mix-in ingredients, such as chocolate chips or chopped nuts, were added too soon. Wait until the ice cream has churned for at least 6 minutes or until the mixture is thick and has started to freeze before adding the mix-in ingredients.
• The mix-in ingredients are too large, causing the paddle to jam. Make sure to chop nuts or other mix-in ingredients before adding.
• Too large of a quantity of mix-in ingredients has been added.
34. This appliance is intended for household use only. It is designed to process normal household quantities of food and
liquids. It is not suitable for continuous or commercial operation. Commercial use of this appliance voids the
manufacturer’s warranty.
35. This appliance is intended to be used in household and similar applications such as: staff kitchen areas in shops, offices
and other working environments; farm houses; by clients in hotels, motels and other residential type environments; bed
and breakfast type environments.
36. This appliance is for indoor use only. Do not expose the appliance to outdoor weather.
37. Do not use any accessories or attachments with this appliance other than those recommended by the supplier, as
unapproved attachments may result in personal injury.
38. The manufacturer and distributor are not responsible for any damage caused to this appliance due to incorrect use.
39. Before turning the appliance on, make sure all parts are properly assembled.
40. Before placing foods in the appliance for processing, make sure all wrappers have been removed (i.e., paper, aluminum
foil or plastic).
41. Avoid contact with moving parts while the appliance is in use to prevent personal injury or damage to the appliance.
42. To avoid injury, always follow the instructions provided in this User’s Guide when it comes to handling any of the sharp
attachments and blades.
43. The metal blades and disk are extremely sharp and should be handled with extreme care. Always hold the blade
assembly by the finger grip or stem, away from the cutting edge, both when handling and cleaning.
44. To reduce the risk of injury, never place the processing blade or circle blade assembly on the drive shaft without the
processing jar locked properly in place.
45. Never put your fingers or other objects into the unit opening while it is in operation. If food becomes lodged in the
opening, use food pusher or another piece of fruit or vegetable to push it down. When this method is not possible, turn
the unit off and disassemble to remove the remaining food.
46. Make sure the Master Jar and the Master Jar Lid are secured into place before turning the appliance on. The unit will
not work if both the Jar and Lid are locked into lace properly.
47. Switch off the appliance and disconnect from the power supply before removing the container from the unit base,
changing accessories or getting near moving parts.
48. Always disconnect the appliance from the power supply if it is left unattended and before assembling, disassembling or
cleaning. To avoid overburdening the motor and possibly resulting in burning out, always follow the recommended total operation times specified for each attachment throughout the User’s Guide.
49. Warning: Potential injury from misuse. Care shall be taken when handling the sharp cutting blades, while emptying the
various jar attachments and during cleaning.
50. To avoid overburdening the motor and possibly resulting in burning out, always follow the recommended total operation times specified for each attachment throughout the User’s Guide.
51. Always observe the appliance carefully when it is turned on.
52. Always wait until the motor completely stops before removing any attachments or their corresponding lids.
53. Always unplug the appliance from the outlet when not in use and before removing parts for cleaning.
54. After use, make sure all the attachments that were used are cleaned properly.
55. To avoid personal injury, care must be taken when cleaning any of the attachments that have sharp blades.
56. All of the attachments and their corresponding lids (except for the Freezer Bowl that comes with the Ice Cream Maker
attachment) are NOT refrigerator and freezer safe.
57. None of the attachments and their corresponding lids are microwave safe.
58. With the exception of the unit base, all of the attachments and their corresponding blades and lids are dishwasher safe.
HOUSEHOLD USE ONLY
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
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FlavorQuik™ Technology
The FlavorChef™ unit is equipped with the patented FlavorQuik™ Technology - featuring a gearing mechanism, several
Jars with corresponding Bases, each fitted with Blades and gears as follows:
• Motor Housing
A 300W motor connected to a gearing mechanism that automatically configures the power output (in terms of Torque and RPM) by means of a fast rotating or a slow rotating gear.
Note: The 300W motor comes in two versions: 220-240V (50/60Hz) or 120V (60Hz). Given the sizes and
capacities of the Jars that connect to the motor, and given the power produces by the motor, an effective power/
load ratio can be achieved.
Vacuum Seal Bags Optional Accessories
Tip
7. Follow steps 1. and 2. above.
8. Open the bag and place food inside the bag, then seal securely (see c. below).
9. Place the suction head of the pipe directly over the Air Valve (see d. below).
10. While holding the suction head firmly in place, turn the unit on until the air has been removed (see e. below).
• Individual Bases
The Multipurpose Base, Blender Base & Grinder Base are fitted with custom processing Blades. Each Base screw onto one or more of the following Jars: The Master Jar, the Blending Jar or the Grinding Jar. Also, each Base has a gear that automatically connects to one of the gears in the motor housing.
• Bases, Jars and Motor Housing Connection
Once a Base is screwed onto a Jar, the Base and Jar can be connected to the Motor Housing.
In doing so, the gear in the Base automatically connects to the appropriate gear in the Motor Housing (either to
the fast rotating or to the slow rotating gear). This ensures that the power (in terms of Torque and RPM) is
optimally configured to match the processing demands of the task at hand.
• Dual Speed with Pulse Dial
Within the mechanical selected power configuration (i.e. Torque to RPM ratio), the rotational speed of the Blades
can be electronically adjusted (slow, fast and pulse). This functionality further optimizes the processing performance of the Blades.
• Power Rating
Please note that Power Rating can be achieved only when using the Blending Jar and the Master Jar with Dough Blade (for Kneading). Power Rating is the highest power input allowed to flow through any particular electrical equipment. Other FlavorChef™ Express Kitchen System attachments may draw significantly less power or current.
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Bags are reusable
11. Once the air has been removed, remove the suction head and store bag.
NOTE: The total operating time should not be longer than 1 minute.
c
d
e
NOTE: The Vacuum Seal Containers and Bags cannot be used without the Vacuum Seal Base and Pipe.
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Overview of All Parts
Vacuum Seal (Dark Grey) Optional Attachment
The product is made up of the following main parts:
Each of the bellow Bases and parts are color coded. This makes it quick and easy to configure parts for each particular job, e.g. chopping, slicing, grating or shredding (julienne).
Motor Housing
The motor housing contains the motor and is the base that all attachments are connected to.
Vacuum Seal Container Vacuum Seal Bags
Vacuum Seal Base with
Pipe (Dark Grey)
Motor Housing
1. Place the Vacuum Seal Base onto the Motor Housing by aligning the arrow on the Vacuum Seal Base to the unlock graphic on the Motor Housing. Turn it in a clockwise direction to secure in place (see a. below).
! IMPORTANT
Containers with Lids
Motor Housing
Containers connect to the motor housing.
The unit will not work unless the Vacuum Seal Base is fitted correctly onto the Motor Housing.
2. Connect one end of the Pipe to the Vacuum Seal Base by pressing the connector piece on the Pipe into the
black connection piece on the Vacuum Seal Base (see b. below).
b
a
Master Jar with Lid & Pusher
Grinding Jar with Lid
Travel Mug with Lid
*Freezer Bowl with Cover
Bases
Bases screw into the Master Jar
Vacuum Seal Containers Optional Accessories
3. Follow steps 1. and 2. above.
4. Place the round connector piece of the Vacuum Seal Pipe firmly over the centre of the Vacuum Seal
Container Lid (see c. below).
Blending Base
Multi-Base & Spindle
*Dice & Chip Base *Ice Cream Base
*Vacuum Seal with Pipe
5. Turn the unit on speed setting 2 for 40 seconds to remove air. As the air is removed, the bubble indicator will become indented (see d. below).
Grinding Base
6. To open the container after storage, first lift the release valve, then unscrew the container lid (see e. below).
NOTE: The total operating time should not be longer than 1 munite.
c
d
Attachments
Attachments are connected inside the Master Jar to perform a variety of functions.
*
e
*
Normal
Chopping Blade
indented
Dough Blade
Circular Disc with Coarse Grating, *Fine
Grating, Julienne, Medium Slicing and
*Thin Slicing Blades.
*Dice & Chip Attachment with
Dice & Chip Blades & Pusher
*Ice Cream
Paddle
Note: Not all configurations include or come equipped with all the parts and attachments shown in this manual. To order more parts,
please contact your local Distributor.
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*Optional Item
6
*Optional Item
7
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Note: Not all configurations include or come equipped with all the parts and attachments shown in this
manual. To order more parts, please contact your local Distributor.
Ice Cream Maker Tips for Best Results
•
Keep the Freezer Bowl in the freezer so that you can make ice cream at any time.
• For best results, the Freezer Bowl must be frozen thoroughly and for the sufficient specified amount of time (refer to table below). Make sure to set your freezer at the coldest setting. The temperature of the freezer should
not be more than 0°F [-18°C].
Freezer Temperature
Minimum Time Needed for the Freezer Bowl to Freeze
-22°F (-30°C)
8 to 9 hours
-13°F (-25°C)
12 to 13 hours
0°F (-18°C)
22 to 24 hours
• The firmness of your homemade ice cream will depend on variables such as the recipe used, room temperature,
freezer temperature, and the temperature of ingredients before churning.
• Some recipes require the recipe mixture to be precooked. In those cases, make the recipe mixture at least
one day ahead of time and chill it in the refrigerator overnight. This will allow the mixture to cool completely and
expand. The base mixture of the ice cream may not freeze if it is not thoroughly chilled beforehand.
• During the churning process, you can add finely chopped or pureed ingredients, such as chocolate, raisins
and nuts through the opening in the Cover after the ice cream has churned for at least 6 minutes, or when the
mixture is thick and has started to freeze. Alcohol should not be added since it significantly slows down the freezing
process.
• The unit will run for 6 to 12 minutes with the Ice Cream Maker attachment. Do not turn it off during this time.
The mixture may freeze to the walls and prevent the bowl from turning. Please refer to the Troubleshooting
section of this User’s Guide, after following the Ice Cream making directions in this User’s Guide, if your unit did
not make ice cream after 15 minutes.
• The finished result is a soft, spoonable ice cream. Homemade ice cream will not have the same consistency
as hard, store-bought ice cream.
• Homemade ice cream tastes best when fresh. It will begin to lose its fresh taste after 1 to 2 weeks in the
freezer.
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Ice Cream Maker (Light Grey) Optional Attachment
Ice Cream Base
Freezer Bowl
Ice Cream Paddle
Ice Cream Cover
Motor Housing
2. Place the Ice Cream Maker Base onto the Motor Housing (see a. below).
3. Place the Freezer Bowl onto the Ice Cream Maker Base (see b. below).
4. Place the Ice Cream Paddle into the Freezer Bowl (see c. below).
a
b
c
5. Place the Freezer Bowl Cover (see d. below) so that the protrusions on the Cover fit into the grooves
on the Ice Cream Maker Base (see e. below). It may be necessary to wiggle the Cover into place.
6. Turn the unit on.
NOTE: Always run the Freezer Bowl first before pouring the chilled recipe mixture into it.
7. Add ice cream ingredients through the opening in the Cover while the motor is on.
NOTE: Do not use more than 500ml/17oz of the recipe mixture. Ice cream needs room to expand.
8. Recommended setting: 1 or 2 for 6 to 12 minutes.
NOTE: The total operating time should not be longer than 12 munites.
NOTE: Preparation time may vary depending on recipe and environmental temperature. d
e
NOTE: Do not heat the Freezer Bowl and take care not to puncture or damage it when it is not in use.
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*Optional Item
1. Before using the Ice Cream Maker, place the Freezer Bowl into the freezer for at least 12 hours (for first use, the Freezer Bowl must be frozen for at least 24 hours).
NOTE: Always freeze the Freezer Bowl in the freezer and chill the prepared recipe mixture in the refrigerator before churning.
NOTE: Always use the Freezer Bowl immediately after it has been removed from the freezer. The Bowl starts to
defrost as soon as it is removed from the freezer.
Note: Not all configurations include or come equipped with all the parts and attachments shown in this
manual. To order more parts, please contact your local Distributor.
Assemby and Use
Grinding Jar (Orange)
Control Knob Settings
0 - OFF
Tip
O
P - Pulse
1 - Regular Speed
Herbs and garlic are best prepared using the Pulse function.
Nut spreads are best prepared initially using the Pulse function and then setting 2.
1
2 - High Speed
2
Grinding Jar
Grinding Base
Motor Housing
1. Connect the Grinding Base to the Grinding Jar:
1.1. Align the Grinding Base with the Grinding Jar (see a. below).
1.2. Secure the Grinding Base to the Grinding Jar by screwing it in place (see b. below).
! IMPORTANT The unit will not work unless the Grinding Jar (with Grinding Base attached) is fitted correctly onto the Motor Housing.
Motor Housing with
Control Knob
Control Knob
a
b
Connecting/Disconnecting Bases to the Master Jar
1. Select a desired Base (see a. below).
2. Align the Base with the bottom of the Master Jar (see b. below).
3. Screw the Base onto the Master Jar until it is securely connected to the Master Jar (see c. below).
a
b
c
2. Connect the Grinding Jar (with Grinding Base) to the Motor Housing by aligning the arrow on the Grinding Jar with the “unlock” graphic on the motor housing (see c. below).
3. Turn the Grinding Jar in a clockwise direction, in the direction of the “lock” graphic (see d. below).
use this attachment for processing liquid or meat.
! IMPORTANT Never
Never fill the Grinding Jar past the MAX line marking.
4. Recommended setting: “P” and setting 2
! IMPORTANT
NOTE: The total operating time should not be longer than 1 minute.
The Pulse setting should not be used for longer thane 3-5 seconds at a time.
Ensure the Base is properly and fully screwed onto the Master Jar, otherwise leakage may occur.
WRONG
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RIGHT
4. To disconnect a Base, unscrew it from the Master Jar by turning it in the opposite direction.
d
c
Suggested Use
• Grinding nuts
• Making peanut butter
• Chopping herbs and garlic
• Grinding coffee
• Milling oats
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Travel Mug (Green)
Connecting the Master Jar to the Motor Housing
Tip
Start smoothies by pulsing a few times before blending on setting 2.
1. Connect the Master Jar to the Motor Housing by aligning the arrow on the Master Jar with the “unlock” graphic on the Motor Housing (see a. below).
2. Turn the Master Jar in the direction of the “lock” graphic (see b. below).
The Master Jar should now be fitted securely to the motor housing.
a
Travel Mug
Blending Base
Motor Housing
1. Connect the Blending Base to the Travel Mug:
1.1. Align the Blending Base with the Travel Mug (see a. below).
1.2. Screw the Blending Base into the Travel Mug to secure in place (see b. below).
The unit will not work unless the Travel Mug (with Blending Base attached) is fitted correctly onto ! IMPORTANT
the Motor Housing.
Ensure the Travel Mug is fully screwed in to prevent contents from leaking.
2. Connect the Travel Mug (with Blending Base) to the Motor Housing by aligning the arrow on the Travel Mug with the “unlock” graphic on the motor housing (see c. below).
3. Turn the Travel Mug in the direction of the “lock” graphic (see d. below).
c
d
a
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Suggested Use
• Green Smoothies
• Dairy Smoothies
• Milkshakes
a
WRONG
• Depending on the desired function, fit the required attachment within the Master Jar.
1. Align the arrow on the Master Jar Lid with the unlock graphic on the Master Jar (see a. below).
2. Turn The Lid in the direction of the locking arrow (see b. below).
The Lid should now be securely fitted onto the Master Jar.
NOTE: The total operating time should not be longer than 2 minutes.
The Pulse setting should not be used for longer thane 3-5 seconds at a time.
b
4. Recommended Setting: “P” and then 2
a
Connecting Attachments
Fitting the Lid to the Master Jar
! IMPORTANT Never this attachment for processing meat or boiling liquid.
Never fill the Blending Jar past the MAX line marking.
b
a
b
3. To insert the Pusher, slot it into the Chute (see c. below).
c
RIGHT
! IMPORTANT
The unit will not work unless the Master Jar is fitted correctly to the Motor Housing AND the
Lid is fitted correctly to the Master Jar.
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Blending (Green)
After Use
1. After dicing/chipping, allow the unit to run for a few more seconds to clear the attachment of debris.
2. Turn the unit off and unplug it, then remove the Master Jar (with Dice & Chip Base) from the Motor Housing
and remove the Lid from the Master Jar. Place the open end of the Dice & Chip Pusher Tool over the central
knob of the Horizontal Blade (see a. below).
! WARNING
Master Jar
Blending Base
Motor Housing
3. Turn the Dice & Chip Pusher Tool to expose the grip holes (see b. below).
4. Grip the Dice & Chip Attachment in the grip holes and lift upward to remove it from the Master Jar
! IMPORTANT Make sure the unit is turned off and unplugged before use. You can plug it in only once all the parts are assembled.
1. Connect the Blending Base to the Master Jar (see “Connecting/Disconnecting Bases”).
2. Connect the Master Jar (with Blending Base) to the Motor Housing (see “Connecting the Master Jar to the Motor Housing”).
3. Place ingredients to blend inside the Master Jar.
! IMPORTANT
NEVER TOUCH THE BLADES. THEY ARE EXCEPTIONALLY SHARP.
(see c. below).
5. Place the open end of the Dice & Chip Pusher Tool over the centre of the Horizontal Blade once again
(see d. below).
a
b
c
d
When blending liquids such as soups or smoothies, do not exceed the “MAX Liquid” line marking.
4. Connect the Lid to the Master Jar and ensure the Pusher is in place to prevent contents from escaping
(see b. below).
a
b
6. Turn the Dice & Chip Pusher Tool so as to align the edges of the Horizontal Blade with the gaps in the
periphery of the Dice & Chip Attachment (see e. below).
7. Remove the Dice & Chip Pusher Tool. Grip the knob on the Horizontal Blade and lift it out of the Dice & Chip
Attachment (see f. below).
! WARNING
5. Turn the unit on.
6. Recommended setting for Blending: 2 or “P”
NOTE: The total operating time should not be longer than 2 minutes.
The Pulse setting should not be used for longer thane 3-5 seconds at a time.
Suggested Use
• Blending Soups
• Crushing Ice
• Making Frozen Cocktails
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NEVER TOUCH THE BLADES. THEY ARE EXCEPTIONALLY SHARP.
8. Use the Dice & Chip Pusher Tool to remove any debris located in the dicing/chipping grid (see g. below).
9. Turn the Dice & Chip Attachment over and push on the underside of the dicing/chipping grid to remove
(see h. below).
e
f
g
h
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4. Gently and carefully use the grip holes to line up the Dice & Chip Attachment grooves with the protrusions in the Master Jar (see e. below).
Chopping (Red)
! WARNING THE BLADES ARE EXCEPTIONALLY SHARP. HANDLE WITH CARE.
5. The Dice & Chip Attachment is fitted correctly when (i) the silver spindle is protruding through the central
knob (see f. below); (ii) the arrow on the periphery of the Dice & Chip Attachment is aligned with the centre of
the handle (see g. below); and (iii) the grooves under the attachment fit snugly in the protrusions of the
Master Jar (see e. below).
6. Connect the Lid to the Master Jar.
NOTE: If you cannot connect the lid to the Master Jar, you have not fitted the Dice & Chip Attachment correctly.
7. Place the food to be processed into the Chute, and using the Pusher Tool move the food down the Chute
towards the Dice & Chip Attachment.
! WARNING
USE ONLY THE PUSHER TOOL TO MOVE FOOD DOWN THE CHUTE. NEVER USE YOUR FINGERS FOR THIS PURPOSE AS SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY CAN OCCUR.
NOTE: Use gentle force when pressing down on the food Pusher. Excessive force could cause damage to the the Dice & Chip Attachment.
Master Jar
Multi-Base
Spindle (Black)
Chopping Blade
Motor Housing
! IMPORTANT Make sure the unit is turned off and unplugged before use. You can plug it in only once all the parts are assembled.
1. Connect the Multi-Base to the Master Jar (see “Connecting/Disconnecting Bases”).
2. Connect the Master Jar (with Multi-Base) to the Motor Housing (see “Connecting the Master Jar to the Motor Housing”).
3. Connect the Spindle to the Multi-Base (see a. below).
4. Place the Chopping Blade on top of Spindle (see b. below).
! WARNING THE CHOPPING BLADE IS VERY SHARP, USE EXTREME CAUTION WHEN HANDLING.
5. Place food to be chopped inside Master Jar.
NOTE: Do not exceed the “MAX Solid” line marking when loading food to be chopped into the Master Jar.
6. Connect the Lid to the Master Jar and ensure the Pusher is inserted into the Chute to prevent the contents
from escaping (see c. below).
a
b
NOTE: Do not exceed the “MAX Solid” line marking when loading food to be chopped into the Master Jar.
8. Turn the unit on.
9. Recommended setting for dicing/chipping: 1
NOTE: The total operating time should not be longer than 2 minutes.
e
f
g
Suggested Use
• Dicing Insert: Salsa
• Chipping Insert: Mini Potato Chips
c
7. Turn the unit on.
8. Recommended setting for Chopping: “P” or 2
NOTE: The total operating time should not be longer than 1 minute.
The Pulse setting should not be used for longer thane 3-5 seconds at a time.
Suggested Use
• Ice Crushing
• Chopping onion
• Pesto
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• Salsa (alternatively use the Multi-Cut Disc)
• Finely chopping meats
12
Dough Making (Red)
Tip
Dice and Chip (Purple) Optional Attachment
Tip For best results, use firm vegetables for dicing and chipping.
Do not exceed 300g/0.66lb of flour.
When dicing tomatoes, remove the skin to expose the flesh.
There will be some debris left on the Dice & Chip Attachment after use. This is normal.
Pusher*
Chipping Blade*
Master Jar
! IMPORTANT
Multi-Base
Spindle (Black)
Dough Blade
Motor Housing
Dicing Blade*
Make sure the unit is turned off and unplugged before use. You can plug it in only once all the parts are assembled.
1. Connect the Multi-Base to the Master Jar (see “Connecting/Disconnecting Bases”).
Master Jar
Dice & Chip Base
Dice & Chip Attachment*
2. Connect the Master Jar (with Multi-Base) to the Motor Housing (see “Connecting the Master Jar to the Motor Housing”).
! WARNING THE BLADES ARE EXCEPTIONALLY SHARP. HANDLE WITH CARE.
3. Connect the Spindle to the Multi-Base (see a. below).
4. Place the Dough Blade onto the Spindle (see b. below).
Using the Dice & Chip Attachment
a
Motor Housing
! IMPORTANT Make sure the unit is turned off and unplugged before use. You can plug it in only once all the parts are assembled.
b
1. Connect the Dice & Chip Base to the Master Jar (see “Connecting/Disconnecting Bases”).
2. Connect the Master Jar (with Dice & Chip Base) to the Motor Housing (see “Connecting the Master Jar to the Motor Housing”).
3. Prepare the Dice & Chip Attachment:
3.1. Select either the Dicing Blade or Chipping Blade and place it into the Dice & Chip Attachment
(see a. below).
Both the Dicing and Chipping Blades can only be placed into the Dice & Chip Attachment in one way ! IMPORTANT
so that the angled corners match.
5. Place ingredients inside the Master Jar
! IMPORTANT
Never try to process dough that is too stiff to knead comfortably by hand.
6. Connect the Lid to the Master Jar and ensure the Pusher is in place to prevent contents from escaping
(see c. below).
! WARNING USE ONLY THE PUSHER TOOL TO MOVE FOOD DOWN THE CHUTE. NEVER USE YOUR FINGERS
FOR THIS PURPOSE AS SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY CAN OCCUR.
! IMPORTANT All liquid ingredients should be added through the Chute while the unit is processing. The liquid should
be added in a slow, steady stream for even distribution. It is important to add enough liquid to make dough soft
enough to knead. Kneading dough that is too stiff can strain the motor
and possibly cause burn out.
7. Turn the unit on.
8. Recommended setting for Dough Making: 2
c
3.2. Grip the central knob of the horizontal cutting blade and place it through the gaps in the periphery
of the Dice & Chip Attachment (see b. below).
! WARNING THE BLADES ARE EXCEPTIONALLY SHARP. HANDLE WITH CARE.
3.3. Gently turn the central knob of the horizontal cutting blade so that the one end of the blade is
aligned with the arrow on the periphery of the Dice & Chip Attachment (see c. below).
3. Place the Dice & Chip Attachment into the Master Jar by gripping the central knob and positioning it onto the spindle of the Dice & Chip Base and aligning the dicing (or chipping) blade and the arrow with the
handle of the Master Jar (see d. below).
a
b
c
d
NOTE: The total operating time should not be longer than 2 minutes.
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! WARNING THE GRATING BLADE IS VERY SHARP, USE CAUTION WHEN HANDLING.
9. Remove the Lid from the Master Jar.
10. Place the Circular Disc on top of the Spindle (see c. below).
11. Connect the Lid to the Master Jar (see d. below).
12. Turn the unit on.
13. Place the food to be processed into the Chute and using the Pusher move the food down the Chute towards the Circular Disc.
! WARNING USE ONLY THE PUSHER TOOL TO MOVE FOOD DOWN THE CHUTE. NEVER USE YOUR FINGERS
FOR THIS PURPOSE AS SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY CAN OCCUR.
NOTE: Use gentle force when pressing down on the food Pusher. Excessive force could cause damage to the the
Circular Disc.
14. Recommended setting for grating: 2
Slicing/Grating/Julienne (Red)
Tip
Grater not recommended for soft cheese. For best results, place cheese in fridge for a few hours before grating.
Master Jar
Multi-Base
Circular Disc
Spindle (Black)
Motor Housing
NOTE: The total operating time should not be longer than 1 minute.
c
Circular Disc
attachments:
d
Coarse Grating
Fine Grating*
Julienne
Medium Slice
Thin Slice*
*NOTE: The Fine Grating and the Thin Slicing (1.5mm/0.06”) Blades are Optional Accessories that do not come with the
standard unit.
Using the Circular Disc
Make sure the unit is turned off and unplugged before use. You can plug it in only once all the ! IMPORTANT
parts are assembled.
1. Connect the Multi-Base to the Master Jar (see “Connecting/Disconnecting Bases”).
Suggested Use
• Pesto with parmesan
• Cheesy quesadillas
2. Connect the Master Jar (with Multi-Base) to the Motor Housing (see “Connecting the Master Jar to the Motor Housing”).
3. Connect the Spindle to the Multi-Base (see a. below).
4. Prepare Circular Disc:
4.1. Select the blade insert for slicing, grating or julienne .
4.2. Place the opening of the blade insert, over the central protrusion of the circular disc (see b. below).
4.3. Hook the blade insert onto the centre of the circular disc (see c. below).
4.4. Press the opposite end of the blade insert over the edge of the circular disc (see d. below).
! WARNING THE GRATING, JULIENNE AND SLICING BLADES ARE VERY SHARP, USE CAUTION WHEN HANDLING.
a
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b
c
d
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5. Place the Circular Disc on top of the Spindle (see f. below).
6. Connect the Lid to the Master Jar (see g. below).
7. Place the food to be processed into the Chute and using the Pusher move the food down the Chute towards the Circular Disc.
! WARNING USE ONLY THE PUSHER TOOL TO MOVE FOOD DOWN THE CHUTE. NEVER USE YOUR FINGERS
FOR THIS PURPOSE AS SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY CAN OCCUR.
NOTE: Use gentle force when pressing down on the food Pusher. Excessive force could cause damage to the the
Circular Disc.
8. Turn the unit on.
9. Recommended setting for slicing and julienne: 1
10. Recommended setting for grating: 2
Chopping and Grating
Tip
(Red)
For best results, chop first and then grate.
NOTE: The total operating time should not be longer than 2 minutes.
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• Slicing (Medium - 3mm/0.12” and Thin* - 1.5mm/0.06”):
• Grating (Coarse): Cheese
• Grating (fine*): Hard cheese, chocolate
• Julienne: Vegetables
Spindle (Black)
Circular Disc with
Grating Blade
Chopping Blade
Motor Housing
! WARNING THE CHOPPING BLADE IS VERY SHARP, USE EXTREME CAUTION WHEN HANDLING.
Vegetables and Potatoes
Multi-Base
! IMPORTANT Make sure the unit is turned off and unplugged before use. You can plug it in only once all the parts are assembled.
1. Connect the Multi-Base to the Master Jar (see “Connecting/Disconnecting Bases”).
2. Connect the Master Jar (with Multi-Base) to the Motor Housing (see “Connecting the Master Jar to the Motor Housing”).
3. Connect the Spindle to the Multi-Base (see a. below).
4. Place the Chopping Blade onto of Spindle (see b. below).
Suggested Use
Master Jar
g
a
b
*NOTE: The Fine Grating and the Thin Slicing (1.5mm/0.06”) Blades are Optional Accessories that do not come
with the standard unit.
After Use
1. To remove the blade insert from the Circular Disc, turn the Circular Disc over and using both thumbs, press down on the edge of the blade insert (see a. below).
5. Place the food to be chopped inside the Master Jar.
2. The blade insert should now be release from the Circular Disc (see b. below).
6. Connect the Lid to the Master Jar.
7. Turn the unit on. Recommended setting: 1 or “P”
8. To add grated cheese to the chopped ingredients, connect either the fine* or coarse Grating Blade to the Circular Disc.
! WARNING THE GRATING, JULIENNE AND SLICING BLADES ARE VERY SHARP, USE CAUTION WHEN HANDLING.
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b
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