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Kenwood KM336 Chef Classic Stand Mixer in Gloss White with Liquidiser

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  • The Kenwood Chef Machine with classic looks finished in gloss white with a silver bowl. This Chef is for all those everyday kitchen chores but it also enables budding cooks to become more adventurous
  • The Chef features a 4.6 L stainless steel bowl with splashguard, comes with 3 non stick bowl tools - k beater, balloon whisk and dough hook, and operates using planetary mixing action
  • Featuring an 800-watt motor, the machine has two power outlets, which can take more than 20 optional attachments. This means the machine will perform multiple tasks including chopping, grating, slicing, whisking, kneading, mincing, mixing, grinding, milling, blending or squeezing
  • A 1.5-litre Blender/Liquidiser is also included for soups and sauces, giving ideal results time after time
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Product details

For detailed instructions consult the Kenwood Chef Classic KM336 Kitchen Machine product manual. [PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 39 x 23.5 x 29 cm ; 6 Kg
  • Boxed-product Weight: 11 Kg
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  • Item model number: 0WKM336001
  • ASIN: B000Q7ZCFK
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 4 May 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (589 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 2,989 in Kitchen & Home (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Home)
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Product Description

Product Description

Kenwood Chef Classic KM336 Kitchen Machine

The KM336 Chef Classic is the first Kenwood Chef, drawing its design inspiration from the familiar machines you may remember your mother or grandmother owning. If you have a keen and growing interest in cuisine and food preparation, the Classic is the kitchen machine for you.

Now boasting more power than ever before, the KM336 is finished in a traditional gloss white. Its 800 W of power makes mixing cakes, making pastry and blending soups even easier. The non-stick K-Lene-coated bowl tools are dishwasher safe and easy to clean, giving you all you need to get started in the kitchen.


The Kenwood Chef

Since Kenwood was founded in 1947, it has been dedicated to the design and manufacture of innovative and durable products, making food preparation more simple and less time consuming. More than half a century on, Kenwood continues to produce kitchen machines that successfully combine innovation and durability. Kenwood has developed Chefs for all food lovers to ensure that all functions and requirements are met.


The first Kenwood Chef

Older generation of Kenwood Chef

Kenwood Chef KM010 Food Mixer (Titanium)


Bowl Tools

All models are supplied with three dishwasher safe mixing tools for specific baking tasks. These tools are made of cast stainless steel and also supplied is the Flexi Beater, with its flexible rubber edge.

K Beater
K Beater

The K Beater has been designed to reach all areas of the bowl to achieve a superior mix. It is especially good for mixing traditional cakes, spicy meat balls, pasta dough, pastry and biscuits.

Whisk
Whisk

The balloon shape of the whisk is for creating maximum volume. It mixes a lot of air into the mixture to give a light fluffy texture – for mousses, soufflés, meringues and cheesecakes.

Dough Hook
Dough Hook

The dough hook takes all the hard work out of kneading bread, stretching the flour’s gluten to get maximum rise. It mixes and kneads quickly and effortlessly, making smooth and elastic dough for a variety of breads and pastries.

Planetary Mixing Action
Planetary Mixing Action

A test of good performance is how well the ingredients are mixed in the bowl. While most beaters rotate in a circular motion, the Kenwood bowl tools move in a planetary way. This means that, while the beater is revolving in one direction, the socket turns in the opposite direction, making sure all the mixture is picked up from around the bowl, resulting in thorough mixing.

Power Outlets

The KM336 has three power outlets. Each is optimised for a range of dedicated food preparation tasks.

Slow Speed Power Outlet:

Positioned behind a removable front cover, this outlet provides a balance of slow speed and high torque to drive specialised attachments, such as the Multi Food Grinder and the Pasta Roller.

High Speed Power Outlet:

This outlet, situated at the top back of the machine, allows for a variety of attachments to be used, such as a compact chopper.

Bowl Outlet:

In addition to the inclusive mixing tools, further attachments are available for use with this outlet, such as the Ice Cream Maker attachment.

What makes the Kenwood Chef range so special?

Kenwood has been constantly working to make improvements to an already extremely functional machine. The range has been refined so that the benefits are clear at each stage. More power has been added to each model in the range, so that they now start at 800 Watts for the Chef Classic and reach 1500 Watts for the Chef Major.

Improvements to the internal workings of the machine have enabled enhanced performance and reduced noise when compared with traditional kitchen machines.

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Colour White Silver Silver Silver Die-cast aluminium Die-cast aluminium Die-cast aluminium
Motor Power (w) 800 1000 1200 1400 1400 1500 1500
Bowl Size (l) 4.6 4.6 6.7 4.6 4.6 6.7 6.7
Bowl Finish Polished Brushed Brushed S/S with handles S/S with handles S/S with handles S/S with handles
Splashguard Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Bowl Tools K Beater, Whisk, Dough Hook K Beater, Whisk, Dough Hook and Flexible Beater K Beater, Whisk, Dough Hook K Beater, Whisk, Dough Hook and Flexible Beater (AT501) K Beater, Whisk, Dough Hook and Flexible Beater (AT501) K Beater, Whisk, Dough Hook and Flexible Beater (AT502) K Beater, Whisk, Dough Hook and Flexible Beater (AT502)
Bowl Tool Material Coated Coated Coated Stainless Steel Stainless Steel Stainless Steel Stainless Steel
Attachment outlets Bowl, Slow and High Bowl, Slow and High Bowl, Slow and High Bowl, Slow, Medium and High Bowl, Slow, Medium and High Bowl, Slow, Medium and High Bowl, Slow, Medium and High

Attachments included in pack

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Box Contains

1 x Kenwood Chef Classic KM336 Kitchen Machine
1 x 4.6 L Stainless steel bowl
1 x K-Lene-coated non-stick K beater
1 x K-Lene-coated non-stick balloon whisk
1 x K-Lene-coated non-stick dough hook
1 x 1.5L Acrylic liquidiser
1 x Splashguard
1 x Recipe book
1 x Spatula
1 x Instruction CD/DVD
1 x Instruction manual
1 x Registration card
1 x UK plug

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

847 of 853 people found the following review helpful By EllyBlue TOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 4 Mar 2008
I've recently purchased this stand mixer which is the current cheapest model in this classic brand. Not the newest or the most glamorous kitchen appliance, but instead a simple yet effective design that has stood the test of time.
This package contains the three basic attachments, the famous 'K' beater (in a non-stick finish) for creaming, rubbing fat into flour, mixing (and I use it for mashing potatoes), balloon whisk for whipping eggs and beating egg whites, and dough hook for making bread. In addition, there is an acrylic liquidiser in the box which connects to the high power connection on the top. This works fine, although I will probably stick with my hand blender most of the time as it creates far less washing up. The stainless steel bowl (which is quite large - a 4oz cake mix will look a bit lost in it!) is easy to clean, as are the 3 basic accessories. A splash guard made of plastic is also included. I found cleaning the liquidiser a bit more of a fuss, but no more so than a food processor. Whilst it is true that you can't put the attachments in the dishwasher, it only takes a moment to wash them by hand.
The Chef is quite noisy in operation - I was quite surprised the first time I switched it on, but it does a very good job of what it does, (better than a do it all food processor) and it is easier to use than a hand mixer, particularly with larger quantities of ingredients. Its motor seems to work well, and even at lower speeds, the chef moves quite quickly. Processes such as making pastry do take rather longer than food processor, but not ages. There is also a pulse setting if you need a bit more control. To give you some ideas about what your chef can do, there is a comprehensive recipe book included, although for some of the recipes you need additional accessories.
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287 of 292 people found the following review helpful By David Jones on 7 Dec 2008
I thought I ought to point out - though it's mentioned by others - that proper adjustment is CRITICAL to getting good results. With mine both the dough hook and the K beater had to be wound down 2-3mm - it's all clear in the instructions but you basically loosen the lock-nut, wind the tool down, then tighten up again. Try to get it as close as possible to the bowl without it actually touching (run it empty to check).

Once that's done you find a great improvement - and yes I'd second the comment that they should send them out of the factory properly adjusted!
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26 of 26 people found the following review helpful By H. Prichard on 15 Feb 2010
I recently moved to Europe and previously in the US used the Kitchaid Artisan Stand Mixer and loved it. I couldn't afford to replace it here with the 220V version and settled somewhat dubiously on the Kenwood. I primarily use this machine pretty much daily for kneading dough for bread and pasta and I have been very pleased with the performance. Initially, I thought the shape of the bowl was wrong because as I used a spatchula to push the flour into the center when it was going, it never really made the dough into a nice ball. I would have to take it out and shape it into a ball myself. But then I got a phone call right after adding the ingredients and just left it alone and it made a perfect ball of dough with no babysitting. A great purchase- I think it's better than the Kitchenaid for two reasons. There is a release switch that actually holds the head at the bottom of the bowl. On the Kitchenaid you are only relying on the extremely heavy weight of the head and when kneading stiff dough the head will pop up some and you have to hold it down. The second reason is the versatility. It comes with a liquidizer and you can't get a food processing attachment for the kitcheaid. I am thrilled with this machine.
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72 of 75 people found the following review helpful By PJosling on 29 July 2009
If you have a large enough kitchen to store a Kenwood then there is absolutely no doubt that this is the best machine for making cakes, bread, pastry and is second to none for whisking egg whites and many other delightful uses. This machine was a replacement for my 40 year old Kenwood Chef - yes it was 40 years old! It had been to several different countries, survived various methods of shipping and removals, had to cope with different power voltages I subjected it to, and still it carried on. No doubt it would have gone on for many more years if it hadn't been dropped on the kitchen floor by someone who shall remain nameless! My new purchase will no doubt see out the rest of my days and can even be handed on down to the next generation. I would have absolutely no hesitation is recommending the Kenwood Chef to anyone.Kenwood Chef Classic KM336 Kitchen Machine, 4.6 Litre, 800 Watts (White/Silver Trim)
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338 of 355 people found the following review helpful By Jinny on 27 July 2009
I indulged in purchasing a Kenwood Chef to mark my 50th birthday prompted by my love of baking and fond memories of my mum's fantastic Kenwood Chefette, a long lasting, well made and very useful device for this single working lady to have.
I had read the reviews noting the comments of those who said the device was poorly calibrated but that this could be resolved; they were right, at least as far as the K beater is concerned. Properly calibrated, which my K beater wasn't, it is a fantastic component that makes lovely light cakes. At this point I also have to say that the liquidiser attachment is a joy, it takes my memory right back to my mum's kitchen! It is a nifty, tough and very effective device.
Unfortunately there is an "however": the whisk is not so easily calibrated. I am sure it will deal adequaltely with egg whites, as long as enough egg whites are used, but it does not cope very well with batter, leaving loads of flour on the sides of the bowl even after being calibrated to take the mixture off the bottom. A broader design needed perhaps?
Still, all in all, I am quite satisfied and I am pleased to have this creator of lovely light sponges and wonderful sauces on my kitchen surface.
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