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PROGRESS Taste The World Samosa Maker Manual

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PROGRESS Taste The World Samosa Maker

Please read all of the instructions carefully and retain for future reference.
Safety Instructions: 

  • When using electrical appliances, basic safety precautions should always be followed.
  • Check that the voltage indicated on the rating plate corresponds with that of the local network before connecting the appliance to the mains power supply.
  • Children aged from 8 years and people with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities or lack of experience and knowledge can use this appliance, only if they have been given supervisionor instruction concerning use of the appliance in a safe way and understand the hazards involved.
  • Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.
  • Unless they are older than 8 and supervised, children should not perform cleaning or user maintenance.
  • This appliance is not a toy.
  • This appliance contains no user serviceable parts. If the power supply cord, plug or any part of the appliance is malfunctioning or if it has been dropped or damaged, only a qualified electrician should carry out repairs. Improper repairs may place the user at risk of harm. Keep the appliance and its power supply cord out of the reach of children.
  • Keep the appliance out of the reach of children when it is switched on or cooling down.
  • Keep the appliance and its power supply cord away from heat or sharp edges that could cause damage.
  • Keep the power supply cord away from any parts of the appliance that may become hot during use.
  • Keep the appliance away from other heat emitting appliances.
  • Do not immerse the appliance in water or any other liquid.
  • Do not operate the appliance with wet hands.
  • Do not leave the appliance unattended whilst connected to the mains power supply.
  • Do not remove the appliance from the mains power supply by pulling the cord; switch it off and remove the plug by hand
  • Do not pull or carry the appliance by its power supply cord.
  • Do not use the appliance for anything other than its intended use. Do not use any accessories other than those supplied.
  • Do not store the appliance in direct sunlight or in high humidity conditions. Do not move the appliance whilst it is in use.
  • Do not touch any sections of the appliance that may become hot or the heating components of the appliance, as this could cause injury. Do not use sharp or abrasive items with this appliance; use only heat-resistant plastic or wooden spatulas to avoid damaging the non-stick surface.
  • Switch off the appliance and disconnect it from the mains power supply before changing or fitting accessories.
  • Always unplug the appliance after use and ensure it has cooled fully before performing any cleaning, user maintenance or storing away. Always use the appliance on a stable, heat-resistant surface, at a height that is comfortable for the user.
  • Use of an extension cord with the appliance is not recommended. This appliance should not be operated by means of an external timer or separate remote control system, other than that supplied with this appliance.
  • This appliance is intended for domestic use only. It should not be used for commercial purposes.
  • The outer surface of the appliance may get hot during operation. Caution: Hot surface – do not touch the hot section or heating components of the appliance.
  • Take care not to pour water on the heating element.
    Warning: Keep the appliance away from flammable materials.

Care and Maintenance

Before attempting any cleaning or maintenance, unplug the Samosa Maker from the mains power supply and check that it has fully cooled.

STEP 1: Wipe the samosa maker housing with a soft, damp cloth and dry thoroughly.
STEP 2: Remove baked-on food by applying a small amount of warm water mixed with a mild detergent to the non-stick coated cooking plates, then wipe them clean with a paper towel. Use a nonabrasive scourer if the food is difficult to remove. Do not immerse the Samosa Maker in water or any other liquid. Never use harsh or abrasive cleaning detergents or scourers to clean the Samosa Maker or its accessories, as this could damage the surface. Note: The Samosa Maker should be cleaned after each use.

Description of Parts

  1. Samosa Maker housing
  2. Non-stick coated cooking plates
  3. Cool-touch handle
  4. Red ready indicator light
  5. Green power indicator light
  6. Power cord winding

Instructions for Use

Before First Use: Clean the unit as outlined in the section entitled ‘Care and Maintenance’.

Note: When using the Samosa Maker for the first time, a slight smoke or odour may be emitted. This is normal and will soon subside. Allow for sufficient ventilation around the Samosa Maker.

Using the Samosa Maker

Before each use, carefully apply a thin coat of cooking oil to the non-stick coated cooking plates, rubbing it in with a paper towel. This will help to prolong the life of the non-stick coating and prevent samosas from sticking.
STEP 1: Position the Samosa Maker on a flat, stable, heat-resistant surface.
STEP 2: Plug in and switch on the Samosa Maker at the mains power supply. The green power indicator light will illuminate.
STEP 3: Preheat the Samosa Maker for approx. 3 minutes until the red ready indicator light illuminates.
STEP 4: Open the Samosa Maker with the cool-touch handle. Place a layer of pastry or dough on the bottom plate taking care to press it into the wells.
STEP 5: Add samosa fillings into each of the wells, taking care not to overfill. The filling should be pre-cooked.
STEP 6: Position the top layer of pastry or dough over the fillings.
STEP 7: Close the lid of the samosa maker with the cool-touch handle. Let the samosas cook for approx. 7-1 0 minutes.
STEP 8: Use heat-resistant oven gloves to carefully open the lid and check if the samosas are cooked. If not, close the lid and continue to cook for a further 2-3 minutes.
STEP 9: Once cooking is complete, switch off and unplug the Samosa Maker from the mains power supply.
STEP 10: Using a heat-resistant plastic or wooden spoon, carefully remove the samosas from the Samosa Maker. This will prevent damage to the non-stick coated cooking plates. STEP 11: Leave the lid open and allow the Samosa Maker to cool.

Note: Always preheat the non-stick coated cooking plates before starting to cook. During use, the red ready indicator will cycle on and off to signal that the Samosa Maker is maintaining the optimum temperature.
Caution: Exercise caution during cooking; the Samosa Maker will emit steam.
Warning: The Samosa Maker and cooking plates get very hot during use; always use oven-resistant gloves to avoid injury.


Check that the Samosa Maker is cool, clean and dry before storing in a cool, dry place. Never wrap the cord tightly around the Samosa Maker; wrap it loosely to avoid causing damage.


Product code: EK3812PAR
Input: 220-240 V – 50/60 Hz
Output: 1 000 W

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