Get your Monsieur Cuisine spotless again!
No matter how much fun you might have cooking with your Monsieur Cuisine, you’ll inevitably end up having to clean it afterwards. The important thing to remember is that the sooner you clean your blender jug after use, the easier it will be to get rid of all the cooking residues. Rinsing it out with fresh water or warm water mixed with a little washing up liquid is normally enough to get it ready for use again. Of course, you could also put your blender jug and the lid, measuring beaker, steamer attachment, spatula and cooking pot into the dishwasher. We recommend that you remove the knife from the blender jug and clean it or place it in the dishwasher separately. Sometimes, however, you simply can’t wait for the dishwasher to finish its cycle so that you can get started on your next recipe. :-)
For those moments, there are now new ‘*Pre-rinsing’ instructions as a ‘recipe’ on Your Monsieur Cuisine connect. This will get your blender jug spotless in no time or give it a thorough pre-clean to make scrubbing with a washing up brush that much easier, or make the job a bit less arduous for your dishwasher. ;-)
Of course, you can also pre-rinse the blender jug of your Monsieur Cuisine édition plus.
What you need: 1 litre water at room temperature and a drop of washing up liquid
Step 1: Simply pour the water and washing up liquid into the blender jug and, with the measuring beaker in place, heat for 2 minutes/90 °C /setting 2. For an optimal cleaning result, the water should now be at least 45 °C. If it is not that warm, extend the process by a few seconds.
Step 2: Then, with the measuring beaker in place, mix the rinsing water for 30 seconds/settings 7–10, gradually increasing the speed. Repeat the process if necessary.If your blender jug is very dirty, leave it to stand with the lid on for another 10 minutes after step 2, then repeat step 2.
More great #mctipps!
What if you clean and pre-rinse your blender jug and lid, but odours still linger, e.g. onions or curry? Coffee is your friend here. Simply put 100g coffee beans into the blender jug and, with the measuring beaker in place, process for 10 seconds/setting 10. Then just leave the ground beans to stand in the closed blender jug for an hour. After an hour, we recommend making the freshly ground beans into coffee and enjoying a cup. ;-)If you don’t have any coffee beans to hand, you can simply put a bowl of ground coffee in the blender jug and leave it for an hour.
Yeast dough for crispy pizza or shortcrust pastry for delicious pies can be very stubborn – sometimes it simply doesn’t want to leave the blender jug. The best way of doing it is to turn the blender jug upside down and twist the wheel of the knife attachment this way and that. The dough will come loose of its own accord under the force of gravity. Remember to put something under the upturned blender jug to so that you can carry on working with the dough once it’s out.
Removing burnt-on residues:
Leftover food residues sometimes stick or get burnt onto the bottom of the blender jug. If this happens, you need a dishwasher tab. Put it into your blender jug and pour in 400ml hot water. Bring to the boil for 7 minutes/setting 2/100 °C , then scrub with a brush if necessary, and rinse out. All done!