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Kenwood kCook CCC201WH

Kenwood kCook CCC201WH

MPN: CCC201WH
3.5 from 8 reviews

Reviews

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Bad product

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Very disappointed. A lot of kenwood recipes to big for cook. It doesn’t brown food. Makes white sauce that is lumpy and doesn’t thicken. A waste of money and time. Should have saved for a thermometer not gone the cheaper option. I have had it for about 2 years and have never had much success with it.

Date PurchasedMay 2015

Paul

PaulBrisbane

  • 3 reviews
  • 5 likes

Don't buy

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I purchased this this product in the post Christmas sale for my wife. We had it for two weeks and it was used about three times and has failed. The motor makes noises (like its turning), but the blades fail to turn. I believe a gear/cog inside has failed. We have not used it excessively (three times) and have not overloaded it. I guess British design and manufacturing is not what it used to be. Now to try and return it.

Date PurchasedJan 2017
christine_e

christine_e

  • 14 reviews
  • Verified purchase

A useful little machine

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Date PurchasedDec 2016
Peppa

PeppaPerth

  • 9 reviews

Great help in be kitchen!

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Love that it works almost as well as a thermomix but at a fraction of the price.

Particularly appreciate fact that it chops, blends and cooks.. saves me taking out a few appliances. Great for pasta ragus and soups. Baby food too. The stirring function works a charm too.

Stainless steel bowl is great too. I didn't like chopping n blending garlic and spicy stuff in my plastic food processor, so this has been great.

Date PurchasedJan 2017

Lightness

LightnessCanberra 2600, ACT

  • 15 reviews
  • 11 likes

No support from Kenwood Australia Delonghi representative

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Ebony

EbonyHallett Cove

  • 4 reviews

So far so good

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Makes cooking at home so much more enjoyable

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Mudge

MudgePennant Hills

  • 4 reviews

Worthy competition for the Thermomix at only a quarter of the price.

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Questions & Answers

Petah F.

Petah F.asked

What's the name of the app to download recipes for kcook please?

No answers

Petah F.

Petah F.asked

I have been given a kcook, but no stirring paddle included.
Would it be ok to use without it?
Where could I get one?

No answers

Jo D

Jo Dasked

the recipies say "attach the stiring paddle" and nothing further: I cant find any reference anywhere including the net.
do I then
a) turn it on, if so for how long?
b) if I have to do a) above, do I then remove the stirring paddle, or leave it in while heating?
Thanks

2 answers
christine_e
christine_e

You leave the stirring paddle in while cooking, I have done this for for recipes such as Risotto which needs to be stirred constantly during cooking.

Jo D
Jo D

Thanks. It worked well and was such an easy, clean, delicious meal!


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