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Kenwood Cooking Chef - Model: KM069. Capacity: 6.7 litre bowl.

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  • Model: KM069. Capacity: 6.7 litre bowl.
  • 1100W Induction Cooking System cooks directly in the mixing bowl.
  • 8 mixing speeds and 3 cooking stir speeds.
  • Bowl cooking and mixing capacity: 3 litres.

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Technical Details
Brand Winware
Model NumberKM069
Item Weight14 Kg
Product Dimensions41 x 38 x 33.5 cm
Power / Wattage1100 watts
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank 1,812,709 in Kitchen & Home (See top 100)
Shipping Weight14 Kg
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Date First Available10 April 2011

Product Description

Innovative mixer capable of induction cooking directly in the mixing bowl. Enjoy all the benefits of everyday `cold bowl' planetary mixing when mixing cakes, pastries and dough, with the added advantage of heating and cooking directly in the bowl. Features temperature settings from 20°C - 140°C and high speed heat and whisk function. Supplied with stainless steel stirring tool, flexible beater, power whisk, dough hook and K-beater.

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Since there were no reviews of the Kenwood Cooking Chef, I thought I'd contribute one - I've had this unit for about a year now, having coveted it after seeing Heston use one on TV. In it's basic function's it's largely identical to the Kenwood Chef Major Titanium which I had previously (the attachments are compatible). The mixer functions are great, but that's covered elsewhere so I'll focus on the differences from the regular models.

The main new feature is the induction plate under the bowl, which allow you to apply heat up to 140C. The unit is also has more electronics than the Major, with a digital display which functions as a timer and a temperature readout.

The temperature is controlled by a knob on the front, which clicks round in 2-3 degree C increments. Although that's not terribly accurate in itself, the temperature readout and the thermostatic control is spot on, so once you get it to the right temp it will stay there. It's only rated to +/- 5C but I tested it with a semi-pro RayTemp digital thermometer and it was within 1C of the displayed temperature. This is great as one of my main uses is as an improvised sous vide - fill the bowl with water, put meat or fish with a little marinade or olive oil in a ziplock bag, submerge it in the water to force out the air and seal it. Although there's no active circulation I've found it works very well just through convection.

Also new is a pulse button, and a 'fold' button which turns the mixer once round, although I can't say I've every used that one. There are also some extra plastic covers to keep steam in the bowl and away from the mechanism as well, as a few sensors to check everthing is ok.
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By BHP TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 17 July 2013
I am a keen cook and have owned various Kenwood models (the latest before this one being a Titanium Chef). I have also had a Kitchen Aid and a Thermomix. I was very happy with my Titanium chef but feel compelled to write a review because the Cooking Chef is just on another level altogether. It is ENTIRELY worth the extortionate amount it costs. It does everything my previous machines did better, more quietly and efficiently. And it does things that none of the others can do.

It is incredibly solidly made (and the Titanium chef is pretty solid already). The hooks, beaters etc are extremely solid and hefty, and superlatively well designed. The bread hook, for example, is much more efficient than my previous one (which was also cast stainless steel). Don't forget to adjust the height of all the attachments, this is extremely important. To do this you use the provided spanner to loosen the nut at the top and then turn the shaft counterclockwise to lower it. Once you have an appropriate height you just tighten up the nut again. The bread hook was so stiff that my husband had to put it in a vice to undo it (they say in the instruction manual that it 'is factory set and shouldn't require adjustment' but that's only true if you bake large quantities. I wanted to be able to knead as little as 1 1/2 cups of flour, and once the height has been adjusted this is no problem. Same with 2 egg whites, etc. The best height for the hook is about 2mm from the bottom of the bowl. For the K beater, stirrer and whisk, barely touching the bottom. For the silicone beater, touching lightly.

It creams small or large quantities of butter and sugar efficiently and very fast, much better than any of my previous machines.
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For several years I had an old Kenwood 701A that was over 40 years old which I bought on eBay. My wife loved this machine and was hugely opposed to any idea of an upgrade. We even had upgraded stainless steel hooks and whisk attachments for it including other useful bits which kept it at par with thir most recent offerings like the Titanium range from Kenwood. I bought a shiny metallic red Kitchen Aid Mixer and placed it next to it. Despite being so much more good looking and having a motor that seemed almost silent in comparison to the 40yr old Kenwood my wife complained about KitchenAid. I would often catch her still using the old Kenwood and not using the KitchenAid!! I found out about the cooking chef when I was narrowing down on the Kenwood major range. I had also heard of the Thermomix which is as rare as Hen's tooth in the UK. However, I stumbled on the Kenwood KM070 and KM069 which are both called the Cooking Chef. Only difference with the model numbers are the accessories that come with it and therefore the size of the box that arrives. I bought the Kenwood KM070 Cooking Chef. The box it came in was almost the size of a dishwasher!

So I placed this Kenwood Cooking Chef next to the old Kenwood KM701A in our tiny and now congested kitchen. Even before understanding the heating aspect or the "cooking" aspect of this new mixer. My wife absolutely loved it. She even described it as being beautiful. She went on about how all the attachments looked so stable, solid and reliable, being made of cast or forged stainless steel! She was now convincing me that this is the machine to keep. We sold off the KitchenAid, which was already packed back in its box for a week now. It had a lot of demand and it sold for nearly the price I bought it for.
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