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  • How long can I keep my ice cream made by my Ice Cream Maker for?

    Ice cream made from raw ingredients should not be kept for over a week. But Ice cream tastes best fresh so do not make too far in advance ever.

  • How long should it take to make ice cream or sorbet in my Ice Cream Maker?

    It should only take about half an hour for your ice cream or sorbet to be done, but it could take up to 45 minutes. If the mix is still not the desired consistency after 45 minutes, then turn off the machine and scoop the mixture out of the bowl and place...

  • How do I clean my Ice Cream Maker?

    All parts of the Ice Cream Maker should be cleaned in hot soapy water. No parts are dishwasher safe. The freezing bowl should be allowed to warm to room temperature before cleaning and should be dried thoroughly. Failure to dry this part properly could...

  • How long should I leave the Ice Cream Maker bowl in the freezer for?

    The bowl should be allowed to sit in the freezer for at least 24 hours, though the longer the better. The freezer should be operating at -18°C.

  • The freezing solution seems to be leaking from the Ice Cream Maker bowl. What should I do?

    You should discontinue use immediately. The freezing solution used is non toxic, but having a leak would impede the function of the attachment.

  • Why do my ingredients stick to the inside of my Ice Cream Maker bowl?

    You must always start your machine before adding the ingredients to avoid this. Use the feed tube in the bowl cover to add the ingredients once the machine is running.

  • What is a Kenwood Kitchen Machine?

    The Kenwood kitchen machine is a stand mixer with a difference. All models come with 3 bowl tools – a whisk, k-beater and dough hook. These allow you to do all the tasks you would expect from a mixer, from whisking egg whites to making dough. The unique...

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  • Can my Hand Blender crush ice?

    For safety reasons, this is not advised. If you wish to crush ice a Kenwood Blender would be more appropriate.

  • What is a Blender?

    A blender is a device almost entirely for the purpose of turning foodstuffs to liquid. It is used mainly to make soups and other liquid foods, but can also be used to crush ice, when crushing ice add 15ml (1 tbsp) water to 6 ice cubes and operate the...

  • What can I use the Liquidiser for?

    Use the liquidiser for soups, drinks, pâtés, mayonnaise, breadcrumbs, biscuit crumbs, chopping nuts and crushing ice.

  • Why aren’t there any more than 2 speeds on any smoothie makers?

    We like to keep things simple. There are only ever two speeds because that’s all you really need. One for harder fruits and one for liquids and softer fruits. There is also the Pulse button of course, for ice crushing and quick bursts of liquidising.

  • What are the recommended ingredients for each speed setting?

    The lowest speed setting should be used for thin and light mixtures such as milk for frothing, light batters, milkshakes and scrambled eggs. The higher speeds should be used for thicker mixtures such as soups, pate’s and mayonnaises. The pulse is useful...

  • What do I use the knife blade for on my Food Processor attachment?

    Use the knife blade to chop raw and cooked meat, cooked eggs, vegetables, nuts, pâtés and dips and to also make crumbs from bread and biscuits. Always hold the knife blade by the finger grip at the top, away from the cutting edge, both when handling and...

  • What speeds are suited to what ingredients?

    Lower speeds are the more commonly used with a hand mixer, their uses ranging from batter to cream, to mixing pastry ingredients. The higher speeds tend only to be used for lighter, thinner mixtures such as whisked sponge or egg whites, but this should...

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