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MINCER
KH 3462
MINCER
Operating instructions
KOMPERNASS GMBH · BURGSTRASSE 21 · D-44867 BOCHUM
www.kompernass.com
ID-Nr.: KH3462-01/09-V3
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INDEX
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PAGE
1. Intended use
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2. Technical data
4
3. Items supplied
4
4. Safety Instructions
4
5. Assembly / Disassembly
5
a) Assembling the meat grinder......................................................................................................5
b) Assembling the sausage attachment..........................................................................................6
c) Assembling the kubbe attachment..............................................................................................6
d) Assembling the biscuit pastry attachments................................................................................6
6. Operation
7
a) Operating the appliance ............................................................................................................7
b) Processing meat ...........................................................................................................................7
c) Processing sausage meat ............................................................................................................8
d) Using the kubbe attachment .......................................................................................................8
e) Making biscuit pastry ..................................................................................................................8
7. Troubleshooting
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8. Cleaning
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a) Cleaning the motor block ...........................................................................................................9
b) Cleaning the accessories ............................................................................................................9
9. Storage
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10. Disposal
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11. Warranty and service
10
12. Importer
11
13. Recipes
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Read these operating instructions carefully before using the appliance for the first time and preserve this booklet for future
reference. Pass this booklet on to whoever might acquire the appliance at a future date.
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MINCER KH 3462
3. Items supplied
q Biscuit attachment with pattern strips
w Stodger
e Feed tray
r Motor block
t Meat grinder casing made of metal
y Transport screw
u Spring
i Cross blade
o Coarse and fine cutting discs
a Clamping ring
s Sausage attachment
d Sausage disc
f Kubbe attachment
1. Intended use
This appliance is intended for use in domestic households and for the processing of foodstuffs in small
quantities .
• Mincing fresh meat,
• Making sausages with natural or artificial sausage
skin,
• Making shortbread biscuits
This appliance is not intended for the processing of
frozen foods or other hard foodstuffs, e.g. bones or
nuts, or for use in commercial or industrial environments.
4. Safety Instructions
2. Technical data
Voltage :
Power consumption :
Protection class:
C.O. time:
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To avoid potentially fatal electric
shocks:
220-240 V / ~50 Hz
250 W
II
15 minutes
• Ensure that the power cable does not become
damaged. Protect the cable from heat and ensure
that it cannot be trapped or clamped.
• Arrange for damaged power cables and/or
plugs to be replaced as soon as possible by
a qualified specialist or by Customer Services.
• Use the appliance only in dry rooms, not
outdoors.
• Never immerse the motor in water or other liquids!
If you do, you risk receiving a potentially fatal
electric shock.
C.O.-Time
The C.O. Time (Continuous Operation) details how
long an appliance may be used without the motor
overheating and being damaged. When the given
C.O. Time has lapsed, the appliance must be switched
off until the motor has cooled itself down.
Warning!
Never use the appliance for purposes other than
those listed here. There will be a major risk of serious
accidents should you try to neutralise the safety
devices on the appliance!
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5. Assembly / Disassembly
To avoid the risk of accidents and
injuries:
• Never put your hand into the openings of the
appliance. Do not insert any objects of any kind
into the openings – except for the appropriate
stodger and the foodstuff to be processed. If
you do, there will be a serious risk of accidents!
• Unplug the appliance from the power source
before attaching or removing accessories.
• Do not leave the appliance unsupervised when
it is ready for use. To avoid it being switched on
accidentally, always unplug the appliance after
use or during breaks.
• Use only original accessories for this appliance.
Other accessories may not meet the safety
requirements.
• This appliance is not intended for use by individuals
(including children) with restricted physical, physiological or intellectual abilities or deficiences in
experience and/or knowledge unless they are
supervised by a person responsible for their
safety or receive from this person instruction in
how the appliance is to be used.
• Children should be supervised to ensure that
they do not play with the appliance.
• Never operate the appliance in a no-load condition. This could irreparably damage the
appliance.
IMPORTANT: All accessories are coated with
a thin film of oil to protect them from corrosion.
Therefore carefully clean all of the parts before
using the appliance for the first time, as comprehensively described on chapter "8 Cleaning". After subsequent usage, always apply a
light coating of cooking oil to the metallic
components.
a) Assembling the meat grinder
Unfold the fold-out side. There you will find the
step-by-step illustrations for assembling the appliance.
• Place the transport screw y into the mincer
casing t.
• Place the spring u onto the transport screw y.
• Then place on the cross blade i so that the
sharp side points away from the spring u.
Caution:
The cross blade i is very sharp! Risk of injury!
Important!:
The appliance will be damaged if the cross blade
i is inserted the other way around!
• Select the appropriate cutting disc – the discs
are stored in the small compartment on the
appliance (Fig. ).
To open it, press on the symbol on the cover.
The cover can now be opened. Take out the
cutting disc that is required o.
• Position the cutting disc o so that the indentations in the cutting disc o lie on the fixing points
in the meat grinder casing t.
• When everything has been correctly assembled,
screw the ring clamp a on until it is handtight.
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• The assembled meat grinder t is connected
to the motor block r by a bayonet connector:
- Insert the meat grinder casing t into the motor block r, such that the arrow on the feeding shaft lies against the symbol
on the
motor block r. The locking button presses itself in (Fig. ).
- Lightly press the meat grinder casing t in and
at the same time turn the feeding shaft on the
meat grinder casing t into the middle position
(Fig. ), so that the arrow on the feeding shaft
lies against the symbol
. When the meat
grinder casing t engages, the locking button
springs out.
- Finally place the feed tray e on top of the
feeding funnel.
- To dismantle it, press the locking button and
turn the feeding funnel to the right (Fig. )
.
You can now pull the meat grinder casing t out.
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• Assemble the meat grinder casing t as described
under a).
c) Assembling the kubbe attachment
Unfold the fold-out side. There you will find the
step-by-step illustrations for assembling the appliance.
• Disassemble the meat grinder casing t as described under a).
• Disassemble any attachments that might be fitted
and clean the meat grinder casing t.
Note:
The cross blade i with the spring u is not required for the Kubbe attachment f! If need be, remove them both from the meat grinder casing t.
• Coat all metal parts with cooking oil.
• Insert both plastic parts of the Kubbe attachment
f so that the indentations on the Kubbe attachment f lie on the fixing points in the meat grinder casing t.
• When everything has been correctly assembled,
screw the ring clamp a on until it is handtight.
• Assemble the meat grinder casing t as described
under a).
b) Assembling the sausage attachment
Unfold the fold-out side. There you will find the
step-by-step illustrations for assembling the appliance.
• Remove the meat grinder casing t as described
under a).
• Disassemble any attachments that might be fitted
and clean the meat grinder casing t.
d) Assembling the biscuit pastry
attachments
Note:
Unfold the fold-out side. There you will find the
step-by-step illustrations for assembling the appliance.
• Remove the meat grinder casing t as described
under a).
• Disassemble any attachments that might be fitted
and clean the meat grinder casing t.
The cross blade i with the spring u is not required for the sausage attachment s! If need be, remove them both from the meat grinder casing t.
• Coat all metal parts with cooking oil.
• Take the sausage disc d from the small compartment on the top of the appliance (Fig. ).
• Position the sausage disc d so that the indentations in the sausage disc d lie on the fixing
points in the meat grinder casing t.
• Then place the sausage attachment s before
the sausage disc d.
• Screw the ring clamp a on hand-tight.
Note:
The cross blade i with the spring u is not required for the biscuit attachment q! If need be, remove them both from the meat grinder casing t.
• Coat all metal parts with cooking oil.
• Remove the pattern strips q from the front of
the biscuit attachment q.
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a) Operating the appliance
• First place the plastic disc and then the metal
disc of the biscuit attachment q into the meat
grinder casing t (see fold-out side).
Position the biscuit attachment q so that the
indentations on the biscuit attachment q lie on
the fixing points in the meat grinder casing t.
• When everything has been correctly assembled,
screw the ring clamp a on until it is handtight.
• Re-attach the pattern strips q to the front part of
the biscuit attachment q. Ensure that the grip
on the pattern strips q points away from the
appliance. If it does not, you will not be able to
adjust the pattern, which is located directly on
the grip.
• Assemble the meat grinder casing t as described
under a).
• To dismantle it, you must first remove the pattern
strips q before you can screw open the ring
clamp a and take the biscuit attachment q out.
Once the appropriate attachments have been fixed:
• Place the appliance where it will at all times be
absolutely stable and under no circumstances
could it fall off of the work surface or in any
way come into contact with water (due to vibrations or becoming snagged in the power cable).
Vibration is unavoidable when it is working.
Warning:
Never touch a machine, which is plugged in or is
operational when it happens to fall or land in water
– or in the case of other emergencies! First unplug
the appliance in all emergency situations! Otherwise
one runs the risk of serious injury or loss of life!
• Place the food to be processed into the feed
tray e and position a container under the exit
opening to collect the processed food.
• First press the OFF button to check that the appliance is still switched off. Otherwise there is a
risk that the appliance could unintentionally start
when the plug is inserted into the power socket.
• Then put the plug into the socket.
• Press the button ON to start the appliance.
• Now push in the food into the feeding shaft with
the round stodger w – NEVER with one’s fingers,
forks, spoons or similar object. This could lead
to injury and also damage the appliance.
6. Operation
Important!:
Do not use the appliance for longer than 15 minutes
continuously. To avoid an overheating of the appliance, after such a period switch it off and allow it
to cool down for ca. 30 minutes.
Important!:
Important!:
NEVER activate the buttons ON or REV, with a
change of rotation direction, if the appliance motor
has not come to a complete stop. This could
damage the motor.
Do not ever press so hard that the motor gets audibly
slower. This could overburden the machine under
pressure and damage it.
b) Processing meat
• Only use meat pieces which are not larger than
2 cm. Check that the meat does not have any
bones and or tendons.
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• When you have read all of the instructions about
the topic “Sausage“, you can take the appliance
into use as described under 6 a).
Minced meat is very prone to bacterial contamination. Therefore take care to maintain good hygiene
when processing meat.
• When you have read all the instructions on the
topic ”Meat“, you can take the appliance into
use as described under 6.a).
d) Using the kubbe attachment
With the kubbe attachment f foodstuffs can be
processed to form hollow rolls of meat or vegetables, which can then be stuffed as desired.
c) Processing sausage meat
• Put the meat through the meat grinder twice before pressing it through the kubbe attachment f.
• When you have read all the instructions about
the topic “Kubbe attachment“, you can take the
appliance into use as described under 6 a).
• Pass meat through the meat grinder twice before
using it as sausage stuffing.
• To make sausage stuffing, add some chopped
onions, spices and other ingredients to the minced
meat, as per your recipe, and knead the mixture
well.Refrigerate it for 30 minutes before processing it further.
• Position the sausage skin (natural or artificial) on
the sausage attachment s and close the other
end with a knot. For 1 kg of the filling, you will
need approximately 1.60 m of sausage skin.
e) Making biscuit pastry
When you have prepared a biscuit pastry according to your recipe, and have fixed the biscuit attachment q:
• When you have read all the instructions about
the topic ”biscuit attachment", you can take the
appliance into use as described under 6 a).
• Line a small baking tray with greaseproof paper
and place or hold it directly under the exit opening
at the front of the appliance.
• Press pastry evenly into the meat grinder casing t
– the transport screw y then pushes it through
the design on the pattern strip of the biscuit attachment q.
• When the biscuit is the required length, stop the
appliance and break the pastry off at the exit
opening. Lay the biscuits on the baking tray.
Tip:
Soak the natural sausage skin in lukewarm water
for about 3 hours before using it and wring it out
before fixing it. This will make the natural sausage
skin more elastic. Natural sausage skins are available
from butcher suppliers close to slaughter houses or
from your family butcher.
• The sausage mixture will be pressed through the
sausage attachment s and into the sausage
skin. When it is long enough switch the appliance
off, press the sausage together at the ends and
rotate it a couple of times along its longitudinal
axis.
Warning:
NEVER open the housing of the motor block r –
it does not contain any user-serviceable elements.
If the housing is opened, the warranty becomes
void. If the housing is opened, there is a risk of
receiving a potentially fatal electric shock.
Tip:
Sausage meat tends to expand when cooked or
frozen. Therefore, to prevent it from bursting it is
best not to overstuff the sausage.
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7. Troubleshooting
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8. Cleaning
If the drive is blocked by accumulated food:
• Press the OFF button to stop the meat grinder.
• Hold the REV button pressed down. The appliance will now run in the reverse direction. This
enables you to transport the food which has become stuck a short way backwards, and the motor
to run freely again.
• When the drive runs smoothly again, release
the REV button.
• Press the ON button to re-start the meat grinder.
• If you do not succeed in getting the drive free
with this, clean the appliance as described in
chapter "8. Cleaning“.
Should the motor suddenly stop, it could be due to
automatic activation of the internal overload device.
This is intended to protect the motor.
Warning:
Pull out the plug from the socket, before cleaning
the appliance. In this way accidents caused by the
unexpected switching on of the machine and electric
shocks can be prevented.
a) Cleaning the motor block
• Clean the exterior surfaces and the power cable
with a slighly damp cloth. Dry the appliance
well before re-using it.
Warning:
Never immerse the motor block in water or any
other liquid! Should this occur, you are at risk of
a potentially fatal electric shock if permeating
moisture makes contact with the electrical wiring.
• Switch the appliance off and allow it cool down
for approximately 30 minutes before continuing
to use it.
• Should this time period not be sufficient, wait for
a further 15 minutes.
• Never use detergents, abrasive cleaners or solvents. These could damage the appliance and
leave residues on the foodstuffs.
b) Cleaning the accessories
• If it still does not function at the end of this period,
this indicates a technical problem. In this case,
contact the Service Centre.
Note:
Do not clean the accessories in a dishwasher! This
could cause damage to them!
If the power cable is damaged or the accessories
are visibly damaged:
• Immediately switch the appliance off by pressing
the OFF button!
• If there is no risk to personal safety, unplug the
appliance.
• Arrange for the defective parts be repaired by
Customer Services before re-using the appliance.
• Clean the accessories that could come in
contact with foodstuffs, ...
- by hand only, the accessories are not dishwasher safe.
- with hot water and a household detergent
suitable for use with foods.
Caution:
The cross blade is very sharp! Risk of injury!
• Dry all parts thoroughly, before re-using the
appliance.
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Note:
After every cleaning, apply a light coating of
cooking oil to all metallic components.
9. Storage
• Push the power cable (but not the plug) into the
cable storage shaft under the appliance base.
There it is protected from damage.
• Store the discs o in the small compartment
(Fig. ) on the appliance.
• Store the appliance in a dry place.
• After drying the metal attachments coat them
lightly with a little cooking oil – if you are not
going to use the device immediately. This will
protect them from corrosion.
• Store the appliance where it will be out of reach
of children and people requiring supervision.
They are not always able to correctly assess
the potential risks involved with using electrical
appliances.
10. Disposal
Do not dispose of the appliance in your
normal domestic waste. This appliance
is subject to the European Guidelines
2002/96/EC.
Dispose of the appliance through an approved disposal centre or at your community waste facility.
Observe the currently applicable regulations. In
case of doubt, please contact your waste disposal
centre.
Dispose of all packaging materials in an
environmentally friendly manner.
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11. Warranty and service
The warranty for this appliance is for 3 years from
the date of purchase. The appliance has been manufactured with care and meticulously examined before delivery. Please retain your receipt as proof of
purchase. In the case of a warranty claim, please
make contact by telephone with our service department. Only in this way can a post-free despatch for
your goods be assured.
The warranty covers only claims for material and
maufacturing defects, not for wearing parts or for
damage to fragile components, e.g. buttons or batteries. The appliance is intended for domestic use
only, NOT for commercial purposes.
If this product has been subjected to improper or
inappropriate handling, abuse, or modifications not
carried out by one of our authorised sales and service
outlets, the warranty will be considered void. Your
statutory rights are not restricted in any way by this
warranty. This warranty is valid for the original purchaser only, it is not transferable.
DES Ltd
Units 14-15
Bilston Industrial Estate
Oxford Street
Bilston
WV14 7EG
Tel.: 0870/787-6177
Fax: 0870/787-6168
e-mail: support.uk@kompernass.com
Irish Connection
Harbour view
Howth
Co. Dublin
Tel: 00353 (0) 87 99 62 077
Fax: 00353 18398056
e-mail: support.ie@kompernass.com
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12. Importer
13. Recipes
KOMPERNASS GMBH
BURGSTRASSE 21
D-44867 BOCHUM
Kubbe
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Ingredients for the wrapping
450g of lean mutton, veal or beef
150g flour
1 Tsp Pimento (type of pepper)
1 Tsp Nutmeg
1 Pinch Chili powder
1 Pinch Pepper
Ingredients for the meat filling
700g Mutton
1 1/2 Tbsp. olive oil
1 1/2 Tbsp Onions, finely chopped
1/2 Tsp Pimento (type of pepper)
1/2 Tsp. Salt
1 1/2 Tbsp Flour
Pass the meat for the wrapping through the meat
grinder twice (first with the coarse and then with
the fine cutting discs o) and then combine it with
the ingredients. Then pass this mixture through the
meat grinder twice. Exchange the cutting disc o
for the Kubbe attachment f (see chapter
" Assembling the kubbe attachment").
Shape the Kubbe wrappers with the Kubbe
attachment f then freeze them.
Filling:
Pass the meat through the meat grinder twice (first
with the coarse and then with the fine cutting discs
o). Saute the onions and then mix them well with
the meat and other ingredients. Fill the Kubbe
wrappers and fry until done.
Alternative Fillings:
250g steamed broccoli
or 250g steamed zucchini
or 250g cooked rice
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Fresh Grill Sausages
Biscuits
Ingredients:
300g lean Beef
500g lean Pork
200g Shoulder bacon
20g Salt
1/2 Tbsp ground white Pepper
1 Tsp Caraway
1/2 Tsp Nutmeg
Ingredients:
125 g Butter
125g Sugar
1 Packet of Vanilla sugar
1 pinch Salt
1 Egg
1 Egg white
250g Plain flour
1 Tbsp Baking powder
Scraped peel of half a lemon
Pass the beef, pork and bacon through the meat
grinder twice.
Add the mixed spices and salt and thoroughly
knead for 5 minutes.
Place the sausage filling in the refrigerator for ca.
30 minutes. Fill the skins with sausage meat as detailed (see chapter "Preparing sausage") and make
sausages of ca. 25 cm in length.
Grill the sausages well and eat them on the same
day.
Beat the butter until foamy. Add the sugar, vanilla
sugar, lemon peel and the eggs. Mix the flour, baking
powder and salt and, with a mixing spoon,stir it
into the mixture.
Allow the pastry to stand for ca. 30 minutes in the
refrigerator. Then pass it through the meat grinder
with the biscuit attachment q fitted.
Lay the biscuits on a baking tray lined with baking
paper.
Bake the biscuits in a pre-heated oven at 180°C
for ca.10-15 minutes until golden brown.
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