Multifunctional Processor
Please read the manual fully before using the appliance and keep the manual safe
for future reference.
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Contents page
General safeguards
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Appliance components diagram
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Attachments parts list
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Use
Knife blade/ dough tool
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Slicing/ rasping/ shredding disc
Page 8
Twin beater whisk attachment
Page 9
Mill
Page 10
Liquidizer
Page 11
Citrus press
Page 12
Centrifugal juicer
Page 13
Mini processor bowl
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Recipes
Page 15—24
Cleaning
Page 25
Disposal of the appliance
Page 25
UK & EU Guarantee
Page 26
Electrical information
Page 27
Contact details
Page 28
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General safeguards
When using any electrical appliance, basic safety precautions should always be
followed including:
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This appliance can be used by children aged from 8 years and above and
persons with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities or lack of
experience and knowledge if they have been given supervision or instruction
concerning use of the appliance in a safe way and understand the hazards
involved. Children shall not play with the appliance. Cleaning and user
maintenance shall not be made by children unless they are older than 8 and
supervised. Keep the appliance and its cord out of reach of children less than
8 years old.
Always ensure the voltage on the rating label corresponds to the voltage in
your home.
Check the power cord and plug regularly for any damage. If the cord or the
plug is damaged, it must be replaced by a qualified electrician or a service
repair centre. If in doubt please contact our customer service team.
The appliance is intended for domestic use only. Industrial or commercial
use will void the warranty. The supplier cannot be held responsible for injury
or damage if the appliance has been used for anything other than its
intended use.
Incorrect operation and use can damage the appliance and cause injury to
the user.
Do not use the appliance if it has been dropped or damaged in any way. If
the unit has been damaged take the unit for examination and or repair by an
authorised service agent.
Do not immerse or expose the motor assembly, plug or the power cord in
water or any other liquid for any reason.
If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer or by
someone who is suitably qualified to avoid a potential hazard.
Do not let the cord hang over the edge of a table or counter. Ensure that the
cord is not in a position where it can be pulled or tripped over accidentally.
Do not allow the cord to touch hot surfaces and do not place the cord near
hot gas, electric burners or in a heated oven.
Use of an extension cord with this appliance is not recommended. However
if it is necessary to use an extension cord, ensure that the extension cord is
equal to or greater than the power consumption of the appliance to avoid
overheating of the appliance and extension cord. Do not use any other
appliance on the extension cord. Do not place the extension cord in a
position where it can be pulled on by children or animals or be tripped over.
Always operate the appliance on a smooth, even and stable surface. Do not
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place the unit on a hot surface.
Always remove the plug of the appliance safely. Do not pull on the
appliances cord to remove the appliance plug from the electrical socket.
Never handle or operate the appliance with wet hands.
Appliance specific Safeguards
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Always unplug the appliance before attempting to reach into the blender jar
with your fingers or an object (e.g. a spatula).
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Avoid contact with moving parts and fitted attachments during operation. In
order to reduce the risk of injury to persons and/or damage to the mixer,
always keep hands, hair, clothing, spatulas and other utensils away from
moving parts during operation.
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Always switch off the appliance before turning the control knob to 0.
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Switch off the appliance at the mains before you attach or detach any
accessories.
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Never immerse the motor unit in water or any other liquid for any reason.
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Never use your fingers or an object (e.g. spatula) to push ingredients down
the feed tube while the appliance is running.
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Wait until moving parts stop before you remove the lid of the bowl or jar.
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Do not exceed the maximum content indicated on the bowl or the blender
jar.
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DO NOT PUT HOT LIQUIDS INTO THE LIQUIDISER AS THIS WILL CAUSE THE
APPLIANCES JUG TO CRACK. THE TEMPERATURE OF FOODS ADDED TO THE
LIQUIDISER SHOULD NOT EXCEED 60°C ABOVE THE TEMPERATURE OF THE
ROOM.
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Allow the jug to warm up to room temperature before adding warm liquids.
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Appliance components diagram
Food pusher (1)
Feeder (7)
Bowl cover (2)
1.5L bowl (3)
Handle (8)
Drive shaft (4)
Dough tool (9)
Power unit (5)
Speed switch (6)
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Attachment parts list
Centrifugal juicer and lid
(10 & 11)
Grinder
with lid (12)
0.5 litre bowl
(18)
S/S Knife
blade (16)
Spatula (17)
Small knife
blade (19)
Twin beater
whisk (13)
Citrus press
(14 & 15)
S/S Shred disc (20)
1.5L glass jar (24)
S/S Julienne disc (21)
S/S rough slicer and
julienne disc (22)
S/S Fine slicer and
julienne disc (23)
Knife Blade/Dough Tool
The knife blade is the most versatile of all the attachments. The length of the
processing time will determine the texture achieved, for coarser textures use the
pulse control.
Use the knife blade for cake and pastry making, chopping raw and cooked meat,
vegetables, nuts, pate, dips, pureeing soups and also to make crumbs from biscuits
and bread. It can also be used for yeasted dough mixes.
To ensure the long life of your machine, do not use the appliance continuously for
more than 3 minutes on this function. The motor should be allowed to cool down for
at least 1 minute, between each use. Use for no more than 3 times without allowing
the machine to cool down fully.
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Knife Blade/ Dough Tool
Assembly
1.
Place drive shaft (4) into the centre of the power unit (5). Ensure it is firmly
in place.
2.
Guide the 1.5L mixing bowl (3) over the drive shaft (4) and align with the
locking system. Turn the bowl clockwise until it is locked firmly in place.
3.
Place the blade (16) over the drive shaft (4) until it reaches the base of the
bowl.
4.
Place the bowl cover (2) on the 1.5L bowl (3), aligning it with the locking
system. Turn the bowl cover clockwise until the lid locks into place at the
top of the handle.
Please note: Due to a safety locking system the food processor will not work until
the components are locked in place correctly.
Disassembly
1.
Unlock the bowl cover (2) by turning it anti-clockwise and remove the knife
blade (16).
2.
Turn the bowl (3) anti-clockwise until it comes free of the locking system.
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Slicing/ Rasping/ Shredding discs
Use the slicing disc for cheese, carrots, potatoes and foods of a similar texture.
Use the shredding disc for cheese, carrots, potatoes and foods of a similar texture.
Use the rasping disc to grate parmesan cheese or foods where a fine grate is
required.
Do not use this function for more than 3 minutes at a time. The motor should be
allowed to cool down for at least 30 minutes before the next operation.
Assembly
1.
Place the bowl (3) onto the driver shaft (4) and lock it into place.
2.
Place the shredding disc (20) onto the driver shaft (4). Please note: the disc
will sit at the lip of the shaft.
3.
Place the bowl cover (2) on the 1.5L bowl (3) aligning it with the locking system. Turn the bowl cover anti-clockwise until the lid locks into place at the
top of the handle.
4.
Turn the food processor on and guide the vegetable/ fruit through the feeder (7) with the food pusher (1).
5.
When there is no food left to be grated/sliced, turn the food processor off.
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Twin beater whisk attachment
Use for light mixtures only e.g. egg whites, cream, evaporated milk and for whisking eggs and sugar for fatless sponges. Heavier mixtures such as fat and flour will
damage the attachments if used.
To ensure the long life of your machine, do not use continuously for more than 3
minutes on this function. The motor should be allowed to cool down for at least 30
minutes before the next operation.
Assembly
1.
Place the drive shaft (4) on to the power unit (5).
2.
Put the 1.5L Bowl (3) onto the drive shaft (4) rotating
clockwise until it fits into the power unit (5).
3.
Clip the whisks into the whisk attachment (13) by inserting the two prongs into the cross-shaped slots.
4.
Place the food you wish to whisk into the 1.5l bowl (3)
5.
Attach the whisk attachment (13) to the drive shaft (4)
firmly applying pressure to ensure it is correctly fixed.
6.
Place the bowl cover (2) on to the top of the 1.5L jug (3)
by placing it inside the bowl and aligning the lid of the
cover with the handle of the jug.
7.
It is recommended to start the speed setting on low then
increase the speed setting.
Disassembly
1.
Switch off the appliance.
2.
Remove the bowl cover (2) by clasping the feed and rotating the bowl cover
clockwise to unlock it from the bowl (3).
3.
Unlock the bowl (3) from the power unit (5) by rotating it clockwise using
the handle.
4.
Empty out ingredients.
5.
Remove the drive shaft (4) and clean the appliance as instructed in the
cleaning section of the manual.
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Mill function (refer to manual)
Use the mill function for milling herbs, nuts and coffee beans.
To ensure the long life of your machine, do not use the machine continuously for
more than 1 minute at a time. The motor should be allowed to cool down for at
least 30 minutes before the next operation.
Assembly
1.
Place your ingredients into the
grinder (12) and attach the
grinder blade ensuring that it Is
securely fitted (a locked symbol
will appear on the grinder).
2.
Place the grinder (12) onto the
power unit (5) cross axis and
rotate it until a clicking sound can
be heard, this confirms it is
correctly assembled.
3.
Turn the speed knob on the
power unit to the required
setting.
Disassembly
1.
Switch off the appliance.
2.
Rotate the grinder (12) anti-clockwise until an unlocked symbol can be seen
on the grinder and remove it from the power unit (5).
3.
Turn the grinder upside down so that the grinder blade is facing upwards
and remove the grinder blade.
4.
Remove the blade by rotating it anti-clockwise, empty out the ingredients or
place the lid on the grinder to sprinkle ingredients.
5.
Wash them accordingly.
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Liquidiser
Use the liquidiser function for pasta sauces, soups, milkshakes etc.
Do not use the machine continuously for more than 30 seconds on this function.
The motor should be allowed to cool down for at least 1 minute. Only use for a
maximum of 3 times before letting the machine cool down fully.
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DO NOT PUT HOT LIQUIDS INTO THE LIQUIDISER AS THIS WILL CAUSE THE
APPLIANCES JUG TO CRACK. THE TEMPERATURE OF FOODS ADDED TO THE
LIQUIDISER SHOULD NOT EXCEED 60°C ABOVE THE TEMPERATURE OF THE
ROOM.
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Allow the jug to warm up to room temperature before adding warm liquids.
Assembly
1.
The glass jar (24) already comes fully
assembled. The bottom is not
removable. Attach it to the power
unit (5) by rotating it clockwise.
2.
Remove the lid, place in the
ingredients and place the lid back on
the jar.
3.
Turn the speed dial to the required
setting.
Disassembly
1.
Remove the glass jar (24) by rotating the jug anti-clockwise using the
handle.
1.
Lift the lid off the appliance and pour out the ingredients.
2.
Clean as instructed.
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Citrus press
Assemble the appliance according to the diagram
Use the citrus press to squeeze the juice from citrus fruits (e.g. oranges, lemons,
limes and grapefruits).
To ensure the long life of your machine, do not use it continuously for more than 3
minutes on this function. Only use for a maximum of 3 times before letting the machine cool down fully. The motor should be allowed to cool down for at least 30
minutes before the next operation.
Assembly
1.
Attach the drive shaft (4) to the power unit (5)
and place the 1.5l bowl (3) onto the power unit
rotating clockwise until it clicks into place.
2.
Place the citrus press (14) on top of the 1.5L
bowl (3) so that the lip of the citrus press can fit
into the bowl (3). Rotate it clockwise until it
clicks into position.
3.
Place the citrus press attachment (15) into the
centre of the citrus press (14).
4.
Place the cut fruit onto the citrus press attachment (15) and press down.
5.
Turn the speed setting to a minimum setting
and increase if necessary.
Disassembly
1.
Remove the citrus press attachment (15).
2.
Rotate the citrus press (14) anti-clockwise to unlock it from the bowl.
3.
Rotate the 1.5L bowl (3) anti-clockwise and remove.
4.
Remove the drive shaft (4) and clean accordingly.
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Centrifugal juicer
Use the centrifugal juicer for making juice from firm fruit and vegetables.
Assembly
1.
Place drive shaft into the centre of the
base unit. Ensure it firmly in place.
2.
Guide the 1.5L mixing bowl over the drive
shaft and align with the locking system.
Turn the bowl clockwise until it is locked
firmly in place.
3.
Insert the centrifugal juicer attachment
(11) onto the drive shaft (4).
4.
Place the centrifugal juicer lid (11) onto
the 1.5L bowl (3) and rotate it until it clicks
into place using the handle.
5.
Turn the speed setting on.
6.
Place the fruit down the shaft of the
centrifugal lid (10) and push down using
the plunger provided.
Disassembly
1.
Remove the centrifugal lid (10) by rotating it anti-clockwise.
2.
Remove the 1.5L bowl (3) by rotating it anti-clockwise.
3.
Remove the juicer attachment (11)
4.
Remove the drive shaft (4) from the main unit.
5.
Clean accordingly.
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Mini processor
Use the mini processor for pesto, salsa, baby purees etc.
Do not continuously use the appliance for more than 30 seconds on this function.
The motor should be allowed to cool down for at least 1 minute. Only use for a
maximum of 3 times before letting the machine cool down fully. The motor should
be allowed to cool down for at least 30 minutes before the next operation.
Assembly
1.
Steps 1-4 of shredding function.
2.
Insert the 0.5 bowl (18) into the 1.5L bowl (3)
so that the fittings lock together.
3.
Place the small knife blade (19) onto the drive
shaft (4) so that it fits on top in-between the
two bowls.
4.
Attach the bowl cover (2) onto the 1.5L bowl
(3).
5.
Switch the speed setting on and place the food
down the shaft of the cover.
Disassembly
1.
Remove the cover (2) anti-clockwise.
2.
Remove the smallest bowl (18).
3.
Remove bowl (3) rotating it anti-clockwise.
4.
Remove the drive shaft (4).
5.
Clean as described.
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Recipes
Chicken Liver Pate
400g chicken livers, washed
200g butter
2 shallots, finely chopped
2 cloves of garlic, finely chopped
75ml brandy
110ml double cream
1/2 tsp salt
1/2 tsp black pepper
1 tsp thyme
Attachment: knife blade
1.
Cut the livers into small pieces (approx. 1.5cm). Heat a knob of butter in a
frying pan.
2.
Sauté shallot and thyme until soft.
3.
Add chicken livers to the pan and sauté until brown on the outside but pink
on the inside, then pour the contents of the pan into the food processor.
4.
Add brandy to the pan and boil until reduced. Pour into the food processor.
5.
Add double cream, salt, pepper and 140g of butter to the food processor
and blend until smooth.
6.
Push the pate through sieve into a serving dish/ramekins and leave to cool.
7.
Melt the remaining butter and pour over the pate. Cover and cool. Once
cooled, store in the fridge until serving.
Serving tip
Serve with crisp melba toast and sweet onion chutney.
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Hidden Vegetable Pasta Sauce
2 carrots, diced
2 sticks of celery, diced
5 mushrooms, sliced
1 red onion, chopped
2 red peppers, diced
1 clove of garlic, chopped finely
2 cans of chopped tomatoes
1 tbsp. olive oil
Attachment: Liquidiser
1.
Heat the olive oil in a large saucepan. Add onion, carrot and celery. Cook on
a low/medium heat for approx. 20 mins until soft.
2.
Add peppers, mushrooms and garlic and cook for a further 7 minutes.
3.
Tip in the tomatoes and simmer for 15mins on a low heat.
4.
Allow to cool then pour sauce into the liquidiser and blend until sauce is at
the required consistency.
The sauce can be frozen until required or served stirred into pasta.
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Victoria Sponge Cake
200g baking margarine
200g caster sugar
200g self raising flour
4 medium eggs
1 tsp baking powder
1 tsp vanilla extract
Attachment: Knife blade
1.
Preheat the oven to 180°C/Gas Mark 4.
2.
In the 1.5l bowl, cream butter and sugar together until pale and fluffy.
3.
Add 4 eggs, vanilla, self-raising flour and baking powder and mix on mini
mum until all ingredients are combined.
3.
Take the bowl cover off. If there is a collection around the out side of the
bowl, use the spatula to scrape from the sides then mix again until totally
combined.
4.
Scrape out ingredients into 2 greased sandwich tins.
5.
Place in a preheated oven at 180°C for 20-25 mins, until golden brown.
6.
Allow to cool before serving.
Serving Tip
Fill with raspberry jam and vanilla buttercream for an afternoon treat.
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Caramelised Onion Tart
340g short crust pastry—see recipe included
4 red onions, skinned and halved
4 eggs
200ml milk
120g Gruyere cheese
1 tbsp. oil
Salt and pepper
1.
Preheat the oven to 190°C/Gas mark 5.
2.
Roll out pastry to fit a 20cm quiche tin. Place the pastry in the tin and push
in to the sides. Trim the pastry around the edge of the tin.
3.
Cut a circle of greaseproof paper just larger than the tin and place on top the
pastry. Pour in baking beans or dried peas/beans and bake in the oven for
10mins. Remove the pastry from the oven, take the greaseproof paper and
baking beans off the pastry then put the pastry back in the oven for a further
5 minutes.
4.
Attach the slicing disc onto the drive shaft. Skin and halve the onions. Turn
the Multifunctional Food Processor on to minimum speed and use the food
pusher to guide the onion down the feeder. When all of the onion is sliced,
turn off the Multifunctional Food Processor.
5.
Heat 1 tbsp. of oil in a frying pan. Sauté the onion in the frying pan until soft
and caramelised. Allow to cool slightly then place on the pastry base.
6.
Beat together eggs and milk and season well with salt and pepper. Pour over
the onions on the pastry base.
7.
Attach the shredding disc to the drive shaft. Turn the Multifunctional Food
Processor on to minimum speed and use the food pusher to guide the
cheese down the feeder. When all of the cheese is grated, turn off the
Multifunctional Food Processor. Sprinkle the grated cheese over the top of
the tart evenly.
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8.
Place in the oven for 35-40 minutes until the cheese is golden brown and the
filling is firm.
9.
Allow to cool slightly before serving.
Short crust Pastry
220g plain flour
110g block baking margarine
1/2 tsp salt
2-3 tbsp. water
Attachment: Knife blade
1.
Add plain flour and salt into the 1.5l bowl.
2.
Cut the baking margarine into chunks and add to the flour.
3.
Turn the Multifunctional Food Processor on to minimum speed and mix for 1
-2 minutes until the mix has a breadcrumb-like consistency.
4.
Gradually add the water whilst the Multifunctional Food Processor is mixing.
After adding 2 tbsp. of water, stop the mixer and feel the pastry mix. If it is
starting to come together in your hands, don’t add any more water as the
mix will become sticky.
5.
Tip the pastry onto the workbench and shape by hand.
Tip
For best results allow the pastry to rest in the fridge for 20-30 minutes before use.
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Tomato Bread
250g strong white bread flour.
1 tsp salt
7g yeast
55g sundried tomatoes, jarred
1 tbsp. oil from sundried tomatoes
110ml warm water
Attachment: dough knife
1.
Add salt, flour and yeast to the 1.5l bowl. Using dough blade, mix on
minimum for 30 seconds.
2.
Add water, sundried tomatoes and oil. If the sundried tomatoes are large,
chop into 3 pieces.
3.
Mix for 1-2 minutes until dough is formed.
4.
Remove dough and place in a bowl covered with cling film. Stand the bowl
in a warm place for approximately 60 minutes, until the dough has doubled
in size.
5.
Knead the dough by hand for 2 minutes. Shape and place in a tin, cover and
stand in a warm place until the dough has doubled in size.
6.
Preheat the oven to 180°C/Gas mark 4.
7.
Place the dough in the oven for 35 minutes.
Tip
To check the bread is cooked, tap the base of the bread with your fingers, if hollow
sounding it is ready.
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Crunchy Herb Breadcrumbs
Handful of basil
Handful of parsley
Ciabatta (day old)
Olive oil
Salt and pepper
Attachment: Mill
1.
Place torn pieces of ciabatta into the mill. Pulse until the breadcrumbs are
chunky.
2.
Preheat 1 tsp of oil in a non-stick frying pan. Pour the breadcrumbs into the
pan and cook until crisp.
3.
Put parsley and basil into the mill and chop until fine.
4.
Sprinkle herbs into the frying pan with the breadcrumbs and mix until evenly
distributed. Season with salt and pepper.
5.
Remove from the pan and place on a piece of kitchen paper.
Serving tip
Sprinkle over lasagne to add a crunchy texture.
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Chunky Pesto
Bunch of fresh basil
3 cloves of garlic
3 tbsp. parmesan cheese
75g sunflower seeds
6 tbsp. olive oil
Attachment: Mini-processor bowl
1.
Place garlic cloves, basil and 2 tbsp. of olive oil into the mini-processor
bowl. Pulse until the garlic is fine.
2.
Add grated parmesan cheese and the rest of the olive oil. Pulse until
ingredients are combined.
3.
Add the sunflower seeds. Pulse once last time. Don’t pulse too much here
as you want the sunflower seeds to remain chunky.
Serving tip
Stir through cooked gnocchi and sprinkle with extra parmesan for an Italian treat.
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Meringue
6 egg whites
170g caster sugar
150g icing sugar
Attachment: Twin Beater Whisk
1.
Preheat the oven 110°C/Gas mark ¼.
2.
Pour egg whites into 1.5l bowl and whisk on medium until the mixture forms
soft peaks.
3.
Turn the Multifunctional Food Processor onto high and add sugar a desert
spoonful at a time. Follow the same procedure for adding the icing sugar.
4.
Once the icing sugar and caster sugar is incorporated, gently scrape out and
shape the meringue onto a tray lined with greaseproof paper. Choose
whether you want a large meringue or individuals at this stage.
5.
Place in the preheated oven for one hour until crispy.
6.
Turn the oven off and leave the meringue to dry for a further hour.
Tip
For a chocolate ripple meringue, pour 25g of cocoa into the Multifunctional Food
Processor once all the sugar is incorporated and whisk for 10 seconds.
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St Clements Juice
8 oranges
1 lemon
Sparkling water
Attachment: Citrus press
1.
Halve 8 oranges. Place on the citrus press and turn the Multifunctional Food
Processor to minimum. Hold until all the juice has been extracted. Continue
until all the oranges are juiced.
2.
Halve a lemon and place on the citrus press until the juice is extracted.
Continue with the other half.
3.
Pour juice into a glass and top up with sparkling water.
Carrot and apple juice
8 large apples
2 carrots
Attachment: Centrifugal Juicer
1.
Cut apples into chunks and place into the feed tube. Put the Multifunctional
Food Processor on medium speed and guide the food through the feed tube
with the food pusher.
2.
Cut carrots into chunks and place in the feed tube. Put the Multifunctional
Food Processor on medium speed and guide the food through the feed tube
with the food pusher.
3.
Lift the attachment out of the bowl and pour the juice into a glass.
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Cleaning
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Always switch off and unplug the appliance before cleaning.
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Handle the blades and cutting discs with care, they are extremely sharp.
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Some foods may discolour the plastic. This is perfectly normal and wont
harm the plastic or affect the flavour of your food. Rub with a cloth dipped in
vegetable oil to remove the discolouration.
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Do not immerse the main unit in water or any liquid for any reason.
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Wipe the power unit with a damp cloth, then dry.
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Wash the liquidiser jug and mill by hand using liquid detergent and a brush.
Do not immerse the blade unit in water. Leave to dry upside down.
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Wash the twin beaters in warm soapy water once detached from the drive
head. Wipe the drive head with a damp cloth, then dry. Do not immerse the
drive head in water.
Disposal of the appliance
Please note that this Andrew James product is marked with this Symbol:
This means that this product must not be disposed of together with
ordinary household waste, as electrical and electronic waste must be
disposed of separately.
In accordance with the WEEE directive, every member state must ensure correct
collection, recovery, handling and recycling of electrical and electronic waste.
Private households in the E.U. can take used equipment to special recycling stations
free of charge. In certain member states used apparatus can be returned to the
dealer where they were bought on the condition you buy new products. Contact
your retailer, distributor or the municipal authorities for further information on
what you should do with electrical and electronic waste.
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UK and EU Guarantee
Your new Andrew James product comes with a 24 month guarantee and a 2 year
fixed warranty, effective from receipt confirmation. Your receipt or order number is
required as proof of purchase date so it is imperative that you keep it safe. This
guarantee only applies if the item has been used solely for the use intended, and all
instructions have been followed accordingly. Please note this product is only for
domestic use only and is not for commercial use.
Abuse of your product will invalidate the guarantee. Returned goods can only be
accepted if repackaged properly within the original colour product box, and
presented with the original receipt of sale/order number. This does not affect your
statutory rights.
Returned products must be cleaned and returned to us in as close to delivery
condition as possible.
If your product develops a problem within the first 12 months of the fixed warranty,
we will pay all shipping costs to have it returned to us. After 12 months the
customer will be liable for the cost of returning the product to us. We will then pay
to have the repaired/replaced item shipped back to the customer.
If you wish to return your item for a full refund, you have the right to do so within
the first 7 days. For our returns policy please go to
www.andrewjamesworldwide.com
Customers are responsible for any taxes applied to our products when they are
shipped outside of the EU.
All of our prices are inclusive of VAT.
Once a product has been returned to us, we will aim to repair or replace it within 30
days of receipt.
The guarantee does not cover any defect arising from improper use, damage, buildup of lime scale or repair attempts made by third-parties. Also, the guarantee does
not cover normal wear and tear of individual parts.
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Electrical information
Please note:
It is extremely important that the wires or cores in the flex are connected to the
correct terminals in the plug. If the colour of the mains lead of the appliance does
not correspond with the coloured markings identifying the terminals in your plug
proceed as follows:
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The Live (Brown) wire
connects to the rightmost live (L) terminal
nearest to the fuse.
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The Neutral (Blue) wire
connects to the leftmost neutral (N) terminal.
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The Earth (Green and
Yellow) wire connects
to the central, top most
earthed (E) terminal.
Warning:
If the appliance is double insulated indicated by the double insulated symbol:
it should not have an earth wire or earth connection.
Plug
The plug must be protected by the correct AMP fuse; this will be indicated on the
case of the plug. Only BSI or ASTA approved fuses should be used. When changing
the fuse always replace it with a fuse that is of the same identical rating as the original. If you are unsure about which plug or fuse to use, always refer to a qualified
electrician.
Please note after replacing the fuse, ensure that the cover is correctly fitted back
onto the plug. Never attempt to run the appliance if the plug does not have a cover.
If a moulded plug is fitted and has to be removed take great care in disposing of the
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plug and severed cable, it must be destroyed to prevent it from engaging into a
socket. If the supply cord is damaged it must be replaced by a service agent or a
similarly qualified person in order to avoid a hazard.
All of our electrical appliances conform to pre-existing EC Directives 2006/95/EC
(Low Voltage Directive) and 2004/108/EC (EMC Directives).
For further information please visit http://www.esc.org.uk/industry/productsafety/product-testing-screening/kitchen-appliances/
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