DoubleForce Compact DO542140 Multifunction Food Processor – 800W / WhiteDouble the force, double the options: two motor outputs give you food processing and blending in one space-saving appliance
• Two-speed food processor and blender in one compact appliance – ideal for smaller kitchens • Two motor outputs deliver the optimal speed and spinning force for each bowl for fuss-free food prep • 800W, 2.2L chopping bowl and 1.25L blender jug cater to all your daily food prep needs • With chopping blade, coarse slicing/grating disc and emulsifying disc, plus neat in-bowl storage box
Why choose between a food processor and a blender? With the Tefal DoubleForce Compact DO542140, you get the best of both worlds in one multifunction appliance. A great companion for smaller kitchens, this space-saving device in classic white has two motor outputs: an orange one for speed and a purple one for spinning force. Simply attach your chosen bowl (chopping or blender) and turn the two-speed dial. DoubleForce Compact will provide the optimal combination for that bowl: low speed/high spinning force for the chopping bowl, and high speed/low spinning force for the blender. No guesswork and no fiddly settings – DoubleForce Compact does the work for you. There’s also a pulse option for when you want to stay in control. Food prep has never been so easy! From chopping onions to blending smoothies, DoubleForce Compact will double your culinary options – all without taking up valuable kitchen space. Equipped with 800W of power, a 2.2L chopping bowl and a 1.25L blender jug, it can handle all kinds of food prep tasks, with ease. A choice of stainless-steel chopping blade and two interchangeable discs will make this your go-to food processor for chopping, grating, slicing and blending. There’s even a specially-designed storage box that sits inside the chopping bowl to keep things tidy.
Fuss-free food prep: With two motor outputs, DoubleForce Compact delivers the optimal combination of speed and spinning force for easy processing and blending, and perfect results.
Small, but mighty: Providing a food processor and blender in one compact appliance, it’s ideal for smaller kitchens. Chop onions, slice potatoes, grate cheese and blend soups all on the same machine.
Efficient: At 800W, this machine processes and blends quickly, while the 2.2L chopping bowl and 1.25L blender jug allow you to prepare bigger batches in one go.
Simple to use: With two speeds, plus a pulse option for customised control, DoubleForce Compact operates with the turn of a dial – no guesswork and no fiddly settings.
Easy storage: One blade, plus two interchangeable discs, cater for your everyday culinary needs. All are stored in a specially-designed storage box which sits neatly inside the chopping bowl.
Two motor outputs ensure the optimal combination of speed and spinning force for perfect food prep
Easy to use
Choose from two speed settings or pulse with the simple turn of a dial
Small, but mighty
Powerful motor and large-capacity bowls can handle all kinds of food prep efficiently
Chop onions, slice vegetables, grate cheese, blend soups and more
Disc storage box sits neatly inside the chopping bowl to keep your worktop tidy
Before using your appliance for the first time, wash all parts of the accessories in warm soapy water (see section on cleaning in your instruction manual). Rinse and dry. Place the motor unit on a flat, clean and dry surface. Plug in your appliance.
The pulse button is used when you need short bursts of power at the optimum speed. This is a more commonly used function when using the blender and is controlled by the user which means you control how long the machine runs for in this mode. It is a useful way of avoiding over-processing of ingredients. For example, it can be used to mix fruit into a cake mixture at the end of processing or blending soft fruit into yoghurt for making a smoothie.
The stainless steel blade is used for: mixing, blending, pureeing, making breadcrumbs, batters, pastry & cakes. The blender attachment is used for pureeing liquids only (ie: soups, milkshakes etc.) or pureeing soft fruits or cooked vegetables and fruit. It should not be used for mincing meat or kneading heavy dough and pastry.
Unplug the appliance. For easier cleaning, rinse the accessories immediately after use. Wash and dry the accessories: they can be washed in the dishwasher, in water or under the tap, with the exception of the motor unit, the mincer assembly (reducer + mincer head)*, the mixer drive unit*, and the juicer body* (* depending on model). Wipe these with a damp sponge. Once they have been dried, coat the blade and mincer grills with cooking oil to keep them lubricated. Pour hot water with a few drops of washing-up liquid into the mixer bowl, close the lid fitted with the feeder cap, pulse a few times, unplug the appliance and rinse the bowl. The blades of the accessories are very sharp, handle them with care.
Many Food Processors have dishwasher safe parts, such as the bowl or blades, however it is often a product specific feature so for more information please refer to the appliance use and care instructions. The motor housing of a Food Processor should never be put in the dishwasher.
Try checking that the interlocking system is fully in place. All Food Processors need to have the bowl and the lid fitted correctly before processing will start, this is a safety feature so that the blades cannot spin while exposed. When the bowl and lid are locked into place securely, the markings on them will be aligned.
An emulsifying disc works in a different way than a traditional style dual beater whisk. When using an emulsifying disc the mixture is revolved around the bowl and when using dual beaters, the air is incorporated into the mixture more quickly, resulting in lighter and fluffier dough or batter.
A Food Processor is an appliance that aims to do most jobs you could want to do in a kitchen when preparing food, both quicker and with less effort than it would be to do such jobs by hand. The primary functions of a Food Processor are chopping, grating and mixing. Nearly all available Food Processors also have shredding and slicing functions of some sort.
A Kitchen Machine works differently from a Food Processor as the tools used for mixing are suspended from an overhead arm into the food, whereas with a Food Processor, the mixing tools operate from underneath the ingredients. A Kitchen Machine is primarily for mixing dough and cake mixtures. A Food Processor can do these jobs but not with the efficiency of a kitchen machine. If you are planning on making cakes you should consider how much you will be doing this job. If it is going to be a common occurrence then a Kitchen Machine would be a better choice. It is worth taking note of the fact that a Food Processor is far smaller than a Kitchen Machine.