This might be the only kitchen appliance youll ever need. The four-in-one Kenwood Cooking Chef combines all the best features of a stand mixer, food processor and blender with an induction heating plate that cooks foods directly in the work bowl. Prepare everything from soups to steamed vegetables to saucesall in one bowl and quicker than ever. Use the included attachments to chop, puree, blend, shred and slice. The Kenwood Chef was first introduced in 1950 by Kenwood, the British company founded by Kenneth Wood, and it has revolutionized food prep for generations of European home cooks and chefs. Now it's available for the first time in North America, exclusively through Williams-Sonoma.
Variable speed control allows you to set the speed, including an intermittent stirring setting to keep from overworking foods, and a fold setting to gently mix on minimum speed.
Mixer bowl safely locks into induction heating element.
Induction heating element allows you to control the temperature of the mixing bowl from 68F to 284F. Induction cooking is highly efficient and brings your food to temperature in the shortest possible time.
Cook ingredients right in the bowl while the machine is stirring themperfect for risotto, polenta and more.
7-qt.-cap. mixer bowl has a steam basket, allowing you to steam vegetables, chicken, seafood and more right in the bowl.
Blender includes 1.6-qt.-cap. work bowl made of thermal shockresistant borosilicate glass and stainless-steel blades for blending, pureeing and even crushing ice.
Food processor features BPA-free 2 1/2-qt.-cap. heavy-duty plastic bowl and stainless-steel blades for chopping, slicing and shredding foods.
Integrated timer ranges from 5 seconds to 3 hours, counting up or down.
Die-cast aluminum housing with a chromed plated metal and brushed stainless-steel detail and stainless-steel attachments.
This product is intended for use in the United States and Canada and is built to United States electrical standards.
13 x 16 x 15 high.
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