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  • What is a Mill used for?

    A mill is a small attachment used especially for grinding coffee beans and chopping up herbs and nuts. It is a useful attachment as it means you do not have to use a whole blender goblet for such tasks. Kenwood mills also come with special sprinkler caps...

  • Mini Food Choppers

    Many recipes call for small quantities of finely chopped herbs, spices, nuts and other dry ingredients. The Kenwood Mini Chopper makes these small jobs quick and easy to do.

  • What is the difference between the screens on my Mincer?

    Use the fine screen for raw meat; fish; small nuts; or cooked meat for shepherd’s pie or meat loaves. Use the medium and coarse screens for raw meat; fish; nuts; vegetables; hard cheese; or peel or dried fruit for puddings and marmalade.

  • 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...

  • What can I use the Liquidiser for?

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

  • What are food choppers suitable for?

    Food choppers are suitable for a range of foods including: Nuts Breadcrumbs Biscuits Meat (Raw and cooked) Vegetables Soft fruit Herbs Cheese Eggs Fish

  • What is the difference between the screens on my Meat Grinder?

    Use the fine screen for raw meat; fish; small nuts; or cooked meat for shepherd’s pie or meat loaves. Use the medium and coarse screens for raw meat; fish; nuts; vegetables; hard cheese; or peel or dried fruit for puddings and marmalade.

  • What is the difference between the screens on my Meat Grinder?

    Use the fine screen for raw meat; fish; small nuts; or cooked meat for shepherd’s pie or meat loaves. Use the medium and coarse screens for raw meat; fish; nuts; vegetables; hard cheese; or peel or dried fruit for puddings and marmalade.