User Manual KitchenAid KSM3306XFP Artisan® mini design series 3.5 quart tilt-head stand mixer

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PARTS AND ACCESSORIES

*Available with select models only and available as an accessory purchase.

**Bowl type may vary. Bowls are also available for purchase as separate accessories.

USING THE STAND MIXER

ACCESSORY CHART BY MODEL

MODEL

ACCESSORIES INCLUDED

KSM3306

Glass bowl, Flex Edge beater, wire whip, dough hook

KSM3311

Brushed stainless steel bowl (no handle), flat beater, wire whip, dough hook

KSM3316

Polished stainless steel bowl with handle, flat beater, wire whip, dough hook

KSM3317

Polished stainless steel bowl with handle, Flex Edge beater, wire whip, dough hook

CHOOSING THE RIGHT ACCESSORY

ACCESSORY

USE TO MIX

DESCRIPTION

FLAT BEATER FLEX EDGE BEATER*

Normal to heavy mixtures

Cakes, creamed frostings, candies,

cookies, biscuits, pie pastry, meat loaf,

mashed potatoes

WIRE WHIP

Mixtures that need air incorporated

Eggs, egg whites, heavy cream, boiled frostings, sponge cakes, mayonnaise, some candies

DOUGH HOOK

Mixing and kneading yeast doughs

Breads, rolls, pizza dough, buns

SPEED CONTROL GUIDE

All speeds have the Soft Start® feature which automatically starts the Stand Mixer at a lower speed to help avoid ingredient splash-out and “flour puff” at start-up, then quickly increases to the selected speed for optimal performance.

NOTE: The speed control can be set between the speeds listed in the chart to obtain speeds 1, 3, 5, 7, and 9 if a finer adjustment is required. Do not exceed Speed 2 when preparing yeast doughs as this may cause damage to the Stand Mixer.

SPEED

ACCESSORY

ACTION

DESCRIPTION

STIR

STIR

For starting all mixing procedures, slow stirring, combining, and mashing. Use to add flour and dry ingredients to batter, and to add liquids to dry ingredients. Do not use Speed 1 to mix or knead yeast doughs.

1

2

SLOW MIXING

For slow mixing, mashing, and faster stirring; start mashing potatoes or other vegetables; cut shortening into flour.

Use to mix and knead yeast doughs, heavy batters, and candies; mix thin or splashy batters.

4

MIXING, BEATING

For mixing semi-heavy batters, such as cookies, or to combine sugar and shortening. Medium speed for cake mixes.

Use to add sugar to egg whites for meringues.

6

BEATING, CREAMING

For medium-fast beating (creaming), or whipping. Use to finish mixing cake, doughnut, and other batters. High speed for cake mixes.

For medium-fast whipping of ingredients requiring incorporation of air, such as egg whites.

8

FAST BEATING, WHIPPING

For whipping cream, egg whites, and boiled frostings.

10

FAST WHIPPING

For whipping small amounts of cream or egg whites; for final whipping of mashed potatoes.

NOTE: To move the speed control lever with ease, lift slightly up as you move it across the settings in either direction.

ASSEMBLING THE STAND MIXER

  1. Check to be sure that the Stand Mixer is unplugged, and the speed control is turned to “0”.

2. Raise the motor head: Slide the locking lever to the unlock position and lift the motor head. Once lifted, slide the locking lever to the lock position to keep the motor head up.

NOTE: To move the speed control lever with ease, lift slightly up as you move it across the settings in either direction.

3. Attach the bowl: Place the bowl on the bowl clamping plate and gently turn it in a clockwise direction to lock it into place.

4. Attach any accessory: Slip the accessory onto the beater shaft and press upward as far as possible. Turn the accessory counterclockwise to hook the accessory over the pin on the shaft.

5. Lower the motor head: Slide the locking lever to the unlock position and guide the motor head down. Make sure motor head is completely down, then slide the locking lever to the lock position. Before mixing, test lock by attempting to raise motor head.

MPORTANT: Your Stand Mixer is adjusted at the factory so that the flat beater just clears the bottom of the bowl. If, for any reason, the flat beater hits the bottom of the bowl or is too far away from the bowl, you can easily correct the clearance.

NOTE: When properly adjusted, the flat beater will not strike on the bottom or sides of the bowl. If the flat beater or the wire whip is so close that it strikes the bottom of the bowl, coating may wear off the beater or wires on the whip may wear.

(OPTIONAL) To adjust beater to bowl clearance: Tilt the motor head back; then turn the screw slightly counterclockwise (left) to raise the beater, or clockwise (right) to lower the beater. Adjust the beater so that it just clears the surface of the bowl. If you over-adjust the screw, the bowl lock lever may not lock into place.

(OPTIONAL) Place the pouring shield*: Slide the pouring shield* from the front of the Stand Mixer over the bowl until the pouring shield* is centered. The bottom rim of the pouring shield* fits inside of the bowl. The pouring chute will be just to the right of the attachment hub as you face the Stand Mixer.

*Available with select models only and available as an accessory purchase.

OPERATING THE STAND MIXER

NOTE: The Stand Mixer may warm up during use. Under heavy loads with extended mixing time, the top of the unit may become hot. This is normal.

1. Plug the Stand Mixer into a grounded 3 prong outlet. Always set the speed control lever on lowest speed to start, then gradually increase speed to avoid splashing ingredients. See the “Speed control guide” to select the best speed for your recipe.

NOTE: To move the speed control lever with ease, lift slightly up as you move it across the settings in either direction.