4 questions from our users
Is the noise level exceed the allowed level and annoying to neighbors while doing it on high speed. I do believe every mixer has it own flaws? I am planning to buy it for mothers day gift.
I just bough an Xl and cant figure out the speed to knead bread dough. And what is the min and max quantity and time to knead?Eg if 500gms takes 10 mins does 1kg take 20 mins? Thanks
Making bread was one of the main reasons I bought mine. I spent a lot of time looking for the answer to this question and in the end, the answer is that there is no wrong answer.
Generally speaking I would suggest mixing by hand (spoon) initially just to get everything together a little bit. Then start at a slow speed until you have a ball forming, from there turn it up to around 3-4 (relatively low-moderate speed) for up to 10min of kneeding.
If you go too quickly the dough will fling off the kneeding tool and will heat up affecting the gluten.
Bread is fairly temperamental and affected by lots of factors so just play around a bit with what I’ve suggest above, hope it helps.
Just bought mine. Only after a gre uses I can’t get it to release!!! Currently got a mix I can get out! It’s release is at the back. Please help!
Get in touch with company,or get partner to try to release,I’ve found that my whisk attachment does not get to bottom of bowl can’t get it down
I'm in agreement with Pammy, that sounds like a mechanical problem with the latch.
Since the machine is brand new it will be covered under the initial manufactures warranty, I'd suggest cleaning it out and taking it back to the place of purchase. It's a hassle but they will often just replace it for you.
That's no good. If you can please give us a call on 1800 126 659 we will do our best to help out.
I bought it one month ago .I am so happy,but I thought it can mix minimum amount of egg and flour . I tried and didn’t work out.
Does small bowl 4.6 fit for my bigger machine if bought separately ? Thanks
I regularly mix small quantities in my large bowl, however I find that you need to premix things a little when using the dough hook, otherwise it doesn't get enough 'grip' on the mixture to bring it together. The whisk and K-mix attachment both seem to be better at picking and combining small batches.
My recommendation is to use a spatula to help bring the dry and wet ingredients together slightly when working with small batches prior to turning on the mixer.
Hope this helps
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