Machines à hamburger et à saucisse

Machine à hamburger avec 100 disques paraffinés

Code: KCBPRESS

Description

Everyone loves a burger and you can get really creative with adding healthy ingredients with your own burger maker. Simply load the burger maker with mixture and press down the handle to produce a perfect thick round burger. The maker includes one hundred wax discs for separating the burgers and helping to maintain their shape before cooking.

Features

Dishwasher safe
12 month guarantee

Specifications

 

Size: 9.5cm x 12cm
Includes:1 burger press, 100 wax seperating discs
Display boxed  

 

Titre de l'avis (5)

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Average rating based on 5 reviews
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I found it very easy to use and clean. Makes perfect burgers every time.Only trouble is running out of the disks and my Daughters both want one .

Posted by Margaret Whelan (3rd June 2015)

Overall Rating: 5/5

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I bought this a while ago but only recently got to use it. Unfortunately mine was missing all of the paper discs so I had to make do without and cut some out of greaseproof paper.

Dead easy to use - just take the bottom off, invert the press, spoon your mixture in, place the bottom back on and then turn the press the right way up and push down on the plunger to compress the filling into a shaped burger. Remove the bottom which now contains your burger, put a disc on the top and invert it to remove. Sometimes you need to tap it to release the burger. I'd recommend refridgerating the patties for a couple of hours before use as they retain their shape better when cold.

Cleaning is easy. Pull the plunger end off upwards (it takes a fair bit of force to do that) and remove the spring. The press plate now easily comes off. You'll end up with 5 parts. 1 - the bottom tray. 2 - the main body/moulding. 3 - the press plate. 4 - the spring. 5 - the plunger handle

I tend to wash the spring by hand and the other parts either by h and or in the top rack of the dishwasher.

For those who dont get how to dismantle it, download the manual if you dont still have yours. If you look at the 2 diagrams:

Diagram one shows the plunger handle missing - that has already been pulled off. You can see the spring, main body and plunger plate. The Plunger handle basically holds the whole thing together which is why it is stiff. It needs a good pull. The rest is simple.

Diagram 2 shows it reassembled and with the bottom dish.

I'd give it 5 stars if it wasnt for the missing discs and the instructions which could be a little clearer.

Posted by Colin Cook (20th March 2015)

Overall Rating: 4/5

Hi Colin,

Thanks for the great and detailed review, very much appreciated! If you'd like, we can sort out sending over some wax discs to help with the ones that were missing? Just send us a quick email at marketing@kitchencraft.co.uk and we'll sort it.

Thanks!

KC

Reply from Kitchen Craft (20th March 2015)

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I've got the same problem as the previous reviewer. the diagram suggests the pressure plate can be taken out. I've pulled , prised and twisted but to no avail. Rather than reply to every reviewer (as per the answer to Nicky Rodley's review), perhaps Kitchen Craft could publish cleaning instructions to save everyone else the same hassle..
Apart from that, it's a pretty good little machine. Simple to use and effective. I'm a vegetarian, so made veggie burgers which held together well even when grilled rather than fried. Unfortunately, I've now got the choice between throwing the machine away or risking food poisoning.

Posted by Adrian Williams (5th October 2014)

Overall Rating: 2/5

Hi Adrian, thank you for your feedback and getting in touch. To clean the press, the pusher needs to be pulled up and out and then the whole press comes apart for cleaning. The first time taking it apart, you may find you need to use a little force, however don't worry as this won't break the press. Please let me know how you get on and if we can be of any further help. Thanks again.

Reply from Kitchen Craft (6th October 2014)

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Good but I don't know how to clean it. It gets meat stuck. Would appreciate some help?!

Posted by David (3rd October 2014)

Overall Rating: 3/5

Hi David,
Thank you for your feedback and getting in touch.
To clean the press, the pusher needs to be pulled up and out and then the whole press comes apart for cleaning. The first time taking it apart, you may find you need to use a little force, however don't worry as this won't break the press.
I hope this helps and let me know if we can be of any further assistance.
Thanks again.

Reply from Kitchen Craft (6th October 2014)

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This was good at making burgers. However, although the instructions said it could be taken apart to clean, they did not say how. Despite using some common sense and then force I was unable to dismantle the product to clean it. Therefore there is meat trapped within it, making it unsafe to use again. I called the helpline and left a message but there has been no reply. I would be grateful if someone could contact me to tell me how to clean this product.

Posted by Nicky Rodley (2nd June 2014)

Overall Rating: 3/5

Hi Nicky,
thank you for your message. Our customer service team will be in touch with you shortly to solve any problems regarding the product.

Reply from Kitchen Craft (9th June 2014)

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