User manual SEB IG 500
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Manual abstract: user guide SEB IG 500
Detailed instructions for use are in the User's Guide.
[. . . ] An ever so easy way of making a whole range of tasty and creamy iced desserts. So nowâs the time to really let your imagination run away with youâ¦
â¢ Read the instructions for use carefully before using your appliance for the first time: the manufacturer does not accept responsibility for use that does not comply with the instructions. EN â¢ For your safety, this appliance conforms with applicable standards and regulations (Directives on low voltage, electromagnetic compatibility, materials in contact with foodstuffs, environment, etc. Â¢ This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced physical, sensory or mental capacities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance by a person responsible for their safety. [. . . ] Â¢ When the ice cream or sorbet starts to melt at the sides of the bowl or on the surface, it is ready. So as not to put strain on the motor, the appliance will change the direction of rotation when the mix becomes too compact. If this occurs repeatedly, this means the ice cream preparation is ready. Â¢ Remove the lid, raising the motor unit slightly and turn anti-clockwise. Disassemble the motor unit pressing down on the 2 marks on the sides (Fig. Â¢ The ice cream can be kept in the cooling bowl before serving or transferred to a storage container with a lid and placed in the freezer for a few minutes to harden. The paddle will stir your mixture regularly so that bowl is uniformly cold from its walls to its centre. This is to make sure EN that air gets into the dessert (expansion) and prevents the formation of crystals, allowing you to produce a dessert which is nice and creamy. The cooling bowl is not suitable for storing the ice cream for a long time in the freezer as it will become too hard. 37
Making second batch of ice-cream or sorbet
â¢ Wash the bowl in warm water and dry thoroughly. Do not use very hot or boiling water as the sudden temperature change could damage the bowl. The bowl will be partially chilled, so it will require less time in the freezer, about 4-6 hours. EN
â¢ The product is equipped with a safety device that stops the appliance automatically if it overheats. Overheating may occur if the recipe you are preparing is very thick or if the ice-cream maker runs for too long or if the ingredients added (e. To start the ice-cream maker again, press the ON/OFF button and let it cool down. CAUTION: Do not run the ice cream maker inside the freezer or the refrigerator. Â¢ Only the lid (without the motor unit) and the paddle can be washed in the upper rack of the dishwasher. Â¢ The bowl and rings can be cleaned in warm washing up water (do not use hot water). Â¢ Never clean the parts with abrasive products, as this could damage them. Â¢ Dry the bowl thoroughly before putting it back in the freezer (without the rings). Advice and tips
â¢ Ice cream preparations containing a high proportion of sugar, fats or alcohol may require more time to freeze or may even not stiffen. 38
â¢ Only add alcohol once the ice-cream maker is running and the preparation is already half frozen. [. . . ] Â¢ Prepare in the ice cream maker and transfer to a sealed container and freeze for at least 2 hours to firm up. 41
YOGHURT AND RED-BERRY ICE CREAM
100 g strawberries , 100 g raspberries 100 g blueberries , 250 g natural yoghurt , 110 g caster sugar. Â¢ Rinse the red fruits and use a blender to make them into a puree. Â¢ Mix the sugar and yoghurt in a bowl until the sugar has been completely dissolved. [. . . ]
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