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Kenwood Cooking Chef Induction Kitchen Machine

This innovative machine is the first stand mixer to integrate induction cooking directly into the mixing bowl. Thicken up a soup with a roux cooked right in the bowl or gently stir cook risotto without having to hover over a hot oven—this...Read More

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This innovative machine is the first stand mixer to integrate induction cooking directly into the mixing bowl. Thicken up a soup with a roux cooked right in the bowl or gently stir cook risotto without having to hover over a hot oven—this ground-breaking mixer is like having another set of hands in the kitchen.

The Cooking Chef Kitchen Machine includes a powerful 800-watt motor and a wide array of useful attachments for baking a cake, whipping up a meringue, creaming butter and more. Featuring a handy timer that alerts you when dishes are finished cooking or mixing, the Cooking Chef allows you to focus on other tasks so you can enjoy the company of friends and family while cooking. Numerous attachments let you use the Cooking Chef Kitchen Machine to function as a food processor, blender and more.

  • Manufacturer: Kenwood
  • Model: KM080
  • Includes: 6.7 L/7-qt. stainless steel bowl, stainless steel bowl tools (K-beater, dough hook, power whisk, stirring tool, flexi beater), Tritan food processor attachment with chopping blade and 6 stainless steel slicing and shredding discs, ThermoResist glass blender, steamer basket, heat shield and splash guard, heat-resistant mat, spatula, Welcome Kit, recipe book
  • Material: Stainless steel, aluminum, plastic
  • Care: Wipe clean
  • Dimensions: 16" x 13" x 15"
  • Capacity: 6.7 L
  • Weight: 41 lbs.
  • Warranty: 3-year warranty
  • Made in China
FEATURES
  • Combined induction cooking from 70°F to 285°F and planetary mixing allow you to fine-tune your cooking
  • Electronic speed control gradually increases mixing speed to completely incorporate ingredients
  • Four attachment hubs allow you to customize your machine with optional attachments to suit your culinary needs
  • Heavy-duty motor provides 1150 watts for induction cooking and 800 watts for mixing tasks
  • Three stirring speeds and eight mixing speeds for gentle incorporation of ingredients to high-speed whipping and aeration
  • Easy-to-read timer ranges from five seconds up to three hours
  • Professional-grade, stainless steel tools stand up to high-performance mixing
  • Multiple safety interlocks ensure safe operation
  • Heat-resistant handles allow easy transport from mixer to table
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I purchased this machine about 1 year ago. Do not let the price scare you. It is worth every penny. I love the heating element on the mixer. I make jam, can brown meat, make stews, custards, just about anything in this mixer. The mixer itself is superior and I can make two large batches of cookies and whips cream and egg whites wonderfully. The attachments are not 5 star and I use them for small food processor batches. I use my large food processor or blender for more heavy duty uses. I also have the meat grinder attachment and mini food mill which I love. Also their customer service is 5 star
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How is this machine working for you now? Is there anyone else using this machine out there? We are seriously looking at it and maybe the food processor issue has been resolved by now as it's spring. Does it do everything it says it will do as a mixer and a heating system? We considered the Thermomix but they void the Warrentee in the US and won't repair it. We like the size on this Kenwood and it seems to be a great mixer. We like the HMP but the cost is so high. This seems to be a great alternative if it is a great Stand Mixer too. I hope it compares with my Kitchen Aid. Any other complaints With this Kenwood or do you love it still? Thank you so much your review has been so helpful.
A shopper on Apr 13, 2015
Best Answer: This machine is great....Worth every penny you pay for it.....
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Regarding the Kenwood Cooking Chef Induction Kitchen Machine, how does this product rate in Consumer Report
A shopper on Mar 9, 2014
Best Answer: http://www.consumerreports.org/cro/news/2013/11/kenwood-cooking-chef-consumer-reports-don-t-buy-performance-problem/index.htm""The Kenwood Cooking Chef is supposed to be four kitchen appliances in one a stand mixer, food processor, blender, and induction hot plate. The $2,000 multi-tasker initially impressed us as it whipped cream into stiff peaks and produced a rich risotto without the constant manual stirring usually required of the dish. But as our testing continued, we encountered serious issues with the machine's food processor. As a result, we've rated the Kenwood Cooking Chef a ""Don't Buy: Performance Problem.""Sold at Amazon, Bloomingdale's, and Williams-Sonoma, the Kenwood Cooking Chef is first and foremost a stand mixer (its Britain-based manufacturer has been making mixers since 1950). So we started by testing that function. The machine performed extremely well, whipping cream quickly and efficiently, kneading bread dough with ease, and folding chocolate chips and nuts into stiff cookie batter.Our concerns started during testing of the food processor attachment. While chopping, slicing, shredding, and grating were superb, the slicing and grating disks took about 9 seconds to come to a full stop if the food processor lid was lifted during operation, and the exposed slicing disk had enough stored energy to cut through a fresh carrot several times before stopping. This is the only tested model in which we observed this problem.We purchased a second Kenwood Cooking Chef and repeated the food processor tests. This time the slicing and grating disks stopped quickly when we removed the lid, but two new problems emerged. First, the plastic hub on a slicing disc broke, then one of three screws at the bottom of the drive shaft assembly sheared off. Neither of these issues creates a safety hazard, but the fact that two samples of the Kenwood Cooking Chef have been problematic when using the food processor raises concerns about its performance.If you already own the Kenwood Cooking Chef, we suggest you stop using the food processor and contact the retailer to inquire about its return policy. You could also try contacting Kenwood at 800-322-3848. Hopefully you'll have a better experience than our secret shopper, who spent weeks trying to get a replacement part after our second sample failed. In the latest message from Kenwood's customer service department, we were told that the part will not be available until Spring 2014." Consumer Report
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