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Kenwood Redefines an Icon

Kenwood Redefines an Icon
Media Release 12 August 2014

Kenwood is continuing to push the boundaries in kitchen appliances with its latest innovation – the Multipro Classic food processor. A new and improved version of the top-selling Kenwood FP920 series food processor, it is a sleeker, more compact and ergonomic machine with all the power and versatility of its predecessor.

The Multipro Classic features a comprehensive array of attachments, making it the ultimate kitchen pro. From slicing, dicing and mincing to chopping, blitzing and grating, Kenwood’s MultiPro Classic food processor makes preparing fresh salads and whipping up delicious spreads and pestos a breeze. And it’s just in time for summer.

A stylish machine featuring a more compact footprint, the KENWOOD Multipro Classic is ideal for apartment dwellers and those with limited counter space. The ergonomic bowl is easier to handle and, the BPA-free Tritan™ makes it shatterproof.

The new KENWOOD Multipro Classic food processor is as much about beauty as it is about brawn. Able to handle the toughest jobs, from kneading the perfect dough and pastry mixes to whipping up the lightest egg whites, creams and mousses, its patented ‘Dual Drive’ system ensures professional results every time.

“We redefined our iconic FP920 food processor series in response to consumer feedback,” says Marketing Manager of De’Longhi Group New Zealand Davina Gray-Ebbett.

“The new food processor offers greater versatility and a range of added features that will make the Multipro Classic an even bigger seller than its predecessor,” says Gray-Ebbett. “Passionate cooks will love the Thermoresist blender that can withstand both hot and cold ingredients without the risk of cracking as well as the wide array of attachments with the power to match.

“A handy storage case also comes with the food processor to store the multitude of food preparation tools, making it easy to keep the machine and the attachments at arms reach without cluttering the bench top.”

A powerful and innovative food processor, the KENWOOD Multipro Classic is the must-have appliance in every cook’s kitchen.

The KENWOOD Multipro Classic FDM785BA food processor is available in all leading electrical retailers nationwide from late September.

RRP$399.99.

Beetroot, celeriac and goat’s cheese salad with citrus dressing using the Kenwood Multipro Classic
Dressing
2 oranges
1 lemon
1 1?2 tbsp Dijon mustard
1 tsp honey
100 ml olive or rapeseed oil
Seasoning to taste

Salad
1?2 celeriac
2 raw beetroot
100 g goat’s cheese

For the dressing
Squeeze the juice out of the oranges and lemon.
Place the juice and the remaining dressing ingredients into the liquidiser and process for a minute.

For the salad
Attach the coarse grating disc to the food processor.
Peel the vegetables and then process.
Pour the dressing over the grated vegetables and ensure they are well coated.
Leave to marinate for 30 minutes.
Cut the goat’s cheese into chunks and scatter over the salad.

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