K-beaterwhiskdough hookto insert a toolto remove a toolhintsimportant
shortcrust pastrystiff yeast doughsoft yeast doughfruit cake mixegg whites
the mixing tools and some of their uses
For making cakes, biscuits, pastry, icing, fillings, éclairs and mashedpotato.For eggs, cream, batters, fatless sponges, meringues, cheesecakes,mousses, soufflés.
Don’t use the whisk for heavy mixtures (eg creamingfat and sugar) - you could damage it.
For yeast mixtures.
to use your mixer
Turn the head-lift lever anti-clockwise
and raise the mixer head till itlocks.Turn till it stops
then push.Fit the bowl onto the base- press down and turn clockwise
Turn the head-lift lever anti-clockwise and lower the mixer head till it locks.Select a speed, then switch on by turning the speed switch.Switch to pulse for short bursts.Unscrew.Switch off and scrape the bowl with the spatula frequently.Eggs at room temperature are best for whisking.Before whisking egg whites, make sure there’s no grease or egg yolkon the whisk or bowl.Use cold ingredients for pastry unless your recipe says otherwise.
points for bread making
Never exceed the maximum capacities below - you’ll overload themachine.If you hear the machine labouring, switch off, remove half the doughand do each half separately.The ingredients mix best if you put the liquid in first.
KM300, 400, 410 modelsKM600, 800, 810 models
kg - 3lbFlour weight:
kg - 4lb 13ozTotal weight:
kg - 2lb 14ozFlour weight:
kg - 5lb 8ozTotal weight:
kg - 6lbTotal weight:
creaming fat and sugar
, gradually increasing to
beating eggs into creamed mixtures
folding in flour
Min - 1
all in one cakes
start on min speed, gradually increase to max.
rubbing fat into flour
min - 2.
Gradually increase to ‘max’.Start on ‘min’, gradually increasing to
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KENWOOD CHEF KM300, 400, 410 / MAJOR KM600, 800, 810