Black & Decker B1620 Operating instructions

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All-In-One Deluxe
Automatic Breadmaker
Operating Instructions & Cookbook
Delicious Home Baked Bread Has Never Been Easier!
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Important Safeguards
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● Do not remove the Baking Pan during
operation. Press START/RESET and hold until
you hear a beep if you need to stop operation.
● Do not pour any ingredients directly into the
Breadmaker—only into the Baking Pan. It is
important to remove the Baking Pan from the
unit before putting ingredients into the Pan
(except when using the “Add-Ingredient”
function, see pg. 10) to avoid accidentally
spilling ingredients into the oven chamber.
● Before operating, the Baking Pan must be in
place to avoid electric shock.
● Place the Breadmaker at least 2 inches away
from any walls or from under cabinets to allow
for steam from vents.
● Do not cover the Breadmaker with towels or
other material that may prevent steam from
escaping. Some steaming from vents is normal.
● Do not clean with scouring pads. The Baking
Pan and Mixing Paddle have a non-stick
coating. Refer to the “Care and Cleaning”
section of this book.
● Do not operate in the presence of explosive
and/or flammable fumes.
● This product is intended for household use only
and not for commercial or industrial use.
● To avoid damaging the machine, do not place
the Baking Pan or any other object on top of the
unit.
hen using electrical appliances, basic
safety precautions should always be
followed, including the following:
Read all instructions.
● Do not touch hot surfaces. Use handles or
oven mitts.
● To protect against a risk of electric shock, do
not immerse cord, plug, or other parts of this
Breadmaker in water or other liquid, except
the Mixing Paddle, which may be immersed
when removed from the Baking Pan for
cleaning.
● Close supervision is necessary when any
appliance is used by or near children.
● Unplug from outlet when not in use and before
cleaning. Allow to cool before cleaning, putting
on, or taking off parts.
● Do not operate any appliance with a damaged
cord or plug or after the appliance malfunctions
or has been dropped or damaged in any
manner. Return the appliance to an authorized
service center for examination, repair, or
adjustment.
● The use of accessory attachments not
recommended by the appliance manufacturer
may cause injuries.
● Do not use outdoors.
● Do not allow cord to touch hot surfaces or hang
over the edge of table or counter.
● Do not place on or near a hot gas or electric
burner, a heated oven, or on top of a microwave
oven.
● Extreme caution must be used when moving an
appliance containing hot contents or liquids.
● To turn off, disconnect from outlet by grasping
the plug. Do not yank on cord.
● Do not use Breadmaker for other than intended
use.
● Do not use Breadmaker for storage purposes
nor insert any utensils as they may create a risk
of fire or electric shock.
● Avoid contact with moving parts.
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Important Safeguards
Things You Should Know
About Your Breadmaker
BEFORE FIRST USE
There’s nothing like the aroma of fresh-baked bread.
With the Black & Decker All-In-One Deluxe™
Automatic Breadmaker, you can have the
old-fashioned goodness of homemade bread with
today’s automatic convenience. That’s because the
All-In-One Deluxe™ Breadmaker does the work for
you. Even if you’ve never made homemade bread
before, you’ll rise to the occasion with this
Breadmaker.
Please take a few minutes to read this Use & Care
Instruction/Cookbook and to find a place to keep it
handy for reference. Pay particular attention to the
safety instructions provided for your protection.
Review the product warranty and service statements
and fill out and mail in the owner registration form.
Carefully unpack the Breadmaker and remove
all packaging materials. To remove any dust that
may have accumulated during packing, wipe the
Baking Pan, Mixing Paddle, and outside surface of
the Breadmaker with a clean, damp cloth. Do not
use scouring pads or any abrasives on any part of
the Breadmaker.
POLARIZED PLUG
This appliance has a polarized plug—one
blade is wider than the other. To reduce the
risk of electric shock, this plug will fit into a
polarized outlet only one way. If the plug
does not fit fully into the outlet, reverse it. If it
still does not fit, contact a qualified
electrician. Do not attempt to defeat this
safety feature by modifying the plug in any
way.
TAMPER-RESISTANT SCREWS
This appliance is equipped with tamper-resistant
screws to prevent removal of the outer cover. To
reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not
attempt to remove the outer cover. There are no
user-serviceable parts inside. Repair should be
done only by authorized service personnel (see
insert for a list of Black & Decker Company-Owned
or Authorized Service Centers).
ELECTRICAL CORD
The cord length of this appliance was selected to
reduce safety hazards that may occur with a longer
cord. If more cord length is needed, an extension
cord with a polarized plug may be used. It should be
rated not less than 10 amperes, 120 Volts, and have
Underwriters Laboratories (U.L.) or Canadian
Standards Association (CSA) listing, depending on
the country. When using a longer cord, be sure it
does not drape over a working area or dangle where
it could be pulled on or tripped over. Handle cord
carefully for longer life; avoid jerking or straining it
at outlet and appliance connections.
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Important Safeguards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Polarized Plug . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Tamper-Resistant Screws . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Electrical Cord . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Before First Use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Getting To Know Your Breadmaker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Quick Tips . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Names of Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Control Panel Settings & Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Bread Type Setting Descriptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
How to Use Your Breadmaker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Using the “Add-Ingredient” Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Setting the Timer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Troubleshooting Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Slicing & Storing Bread . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Care & Cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Storing the Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Easy-Lift Grips . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Service or Repair . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Full Two-Year Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
COOKBOOK SECTION
Bread and Dough Ingredients . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Tips for Getting the Best Results . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Tips for Handling Dough . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Recipe Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Recipes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Need Help? (Questions and Answers) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
1-800 Number . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
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Getting To Know Your Breadmaker
● An “Add-Ingredient” function signals with
beeps when it’s time to add ingredients
such as fruits or nuts to recipes used with any
setting except Rapid Bake. A beep signals before
kneading is completed to let you know when to
add ingredients. This feature helps keep fruit or
nuts whole (See “Add-Ingredient Function”
pg. 10 for more details). If you use the TIMER to
delay baking, you may add all ingredients at
once and bypass this function, however, your
fruit or nuts may get “chopped” and blended
into the bread.
● Do not cover the breadmaker with towels
or other material that may prevent steam from
escaping. Some steaming from vents is normal.
Because of escaping steam, you should keep the
breadmaker several inches away from cabinets
while making bread.
● Do not place any objects on top of the
breadmaker.
● IMPORTANT: Add ingredients in the order they
are specified in the recipe. For best results,
accurate measuring of ingredients is very
important. Do not put larger quantities than
recommended into the Baking Pan as it may
produce poor results and may damage the
breadmaker.
Quick Tips
● Your breadmaker makes large 1.5 or extra large
2 lb loaves.
● There are five settings including one for
dough or pasta.
● The “Rapid Bake” setting can produce
variations of basic white bread in less than
2 hours. This setting can only be used with
recipes supplied (see pg. 20). You cannot use the
timer with this selection. This setting cannot
handle heavier recipes such as whole grain
because of its shortened rising cycle.
● Depending on the recipe you select, the
“Dough/Pasta” setting will let you produce
dough that can be shaped into dinner rolls,
pizza, long loaves, challah, pretzels, filled braids,
or more. For Pasta, be sure to use pasta or
semolina flour. Pasta dough should be
processed through a pasta maker or pasta
shaper to form the desired shape. Consult the
Cookbook section of this manual.
● The Crust Control function lets you choose
“Regular” or “Dark” crust on the Basic, Rapid
Bake, or Sweet settings. It cannot be used on the
Whole Grain or Dough/Pasta settings.
● The “Keep Warm” function begins automatically
after bread is baked. It keeps baked bread
warm up to an hour after the baking is done.
This function stops after 60 minutes or when
the unit is unplugged, or the Start/Reset button
is pressed.
Names Of Parts
Viewing Window
Wire Handle
Lid
Oven Chamber
Baking Pan (Installed in Case)
with Wire Handle
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CRUST
COLOR
TIMER
er
Vents
CLOCK
BREAD
TYPE
Breadmak
Baking
Pan
START
RESET
Control Panel
Power Supply Cord
Mixing Paddle
Easy-Lift Recessed Grips
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Rotating
Shaft
Control Panel Settings & Functions
2. Clock Button
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Use when setting the current time of day.
● The CLOCK button is used with the “Up” and
“Down” arrows to set the 12 hour “AM” or “PM”
digital clock.
TYPE
Basic
Rapid
Sweet
Grain
Dough /
Pasta
CRUST
Regular
Dark
3. Timer Button
Use when setting the TIMER to delay baking.
● The TIMER button is used with the “Up” and
“Down” arrows to set the time you wish your
bread to be complete (up to 13 hour delay).
4. Start/Reset Button
CLOCK
BREAD
TYPE
CRUST
COLOR
TIMER
Timer
● Press to start operation and to display the time it
will take for your bread to be completed under
the selected setting.
● Press and hold to cancel the breadmaking
operation. The red “on” light goes out & unit
beeps (DO NOT press when you are just checking the progress of your bread or you will cancel
your program).
Operation
START
RESET
NOTE: When using the touch pad control, be sure to
press the pad until you hear a beep.
5. Indicator Lights
1. Display
● The red “on” light indicates that the breadmaking operation has started. When the cycle is
complete, the red light will flash for 60 minutes
in its “Keep Warm” cycle. If you do not remove
the bread after 60 minutes, it will simply remain
on to show you that the unit is still plugged in.
● The green “timer” light indicates that the timer
function is on. When the actual breadmaking
operation begins, the green light will go off, and
the red light will come on.
● The black arrow at the right side of the display
indicates your bread setting choice; the left side
arrow indicates the Dough/Pasta setting and
Crust Color choices.
● When set, the digital clock will show either the
current time of day, or, when the breadmaker is
operating, the time it will take for your bread to
be completed under the selected setting.
● Shows minute-by-minute time countdown.
● Indicates troubleshooting message in the
Window (see “Troubleshooting” pg. 11)
Bread Type Setting Descriptions
NOTE: The number in parentheses following each
setting description represents the total baking time.
Each setting begins with a preheat period which
delays the mixing cycle until the desired
temperature is reached within the oven chamber.
The preheat cycle does not add time to the Bread
program.
white flour, though some recipes may include small
amounts of whole wheat flour as well. In the U.S.,
be sure to use Bread Flour; in Canada, you may use
Canadian All-Purpose Flour or Bread Flour. Follow
recipes carefully. Basic Bread/Regular Crust will
produce good results when you are using
ingredients such as cheese, nuts, or cornmeal as
they tend to brown easily. Choose Basic Bread/Dark
Crust, to produce a loaf with a darker crust without
lengthening the baking time.
BASIC BREAD/Regular Crust or
BASIC BREAD/Dark Crust (3:50 hours)
This setting is used for breads which primarily use
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Bread Type Setting Descriptions
RAPID BAKE/Regular Crust or
RAPID BAKE/Dark Crust (1:58 hours)
DOUGH/PASTA (2:00 hours)
This setting makes bread-style dough and pasta
dough. Dough can be shaped to make pizza, rolls,
pretzels, long loaves or braids that must then be
baked in a conventional oven. It can also prepare
pasta dough that must then be processed and
shaped through a pasta maker. Pasta dough should
be removed from the Breadmaker after the
“Add-Ingredient” signals (in 40 - 45 minutes).
Follow pasta recipes on page 30 for
specific directions.
This setting is used only to make variations of basic
white bread quickly whether you choose a “Regular”
or “Dark” crust. Refer to the recipe section of this
booklet for a complete list of all recipes that can be
used with this setting. This setting cannot be used
successfully to make breads other than those
specified due to the shorter rising time of this cycle.
SWEET/Regular Crust or
SWEET/Dark Crust (3:50 hours)
Use this setting for recipes that use fruit juice, large
amounts of sugar, cheese, or added sweet
ingredients such as raisins, dried fruit, or chocolate.
Baking temperature is lower to prevent burning.
WHOLE GRAIN (4:10 hours)
This setting is used for recipes with significant
amounts of whole wheat or rye flour, oats,
or bran. This setting has a longer rise cycle
and preheat cycle to allow heavier grains
to expand. Generally, whole wheat/multi-grain
breads are shorter and denser than Basic or Sweet
breads. You cannot use the Crust Color selections
with this setting.
How To Use Your Breadmaker
he four bread making settings in this unit will
combine ingredients, knead, and bake bread
from start to finish – automatically. The
Dough/Pasta setting makes dough for a variety of
recipes but you must shape and bake the dough
yourself in a conventional oven or process it in a
pasta maker. To delay completion, the Automatic
Timer may be programmed to make bread while you
are at work or asleep. (See “Setting the Timer” pg. 10)
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good to excellent results in this Breadmaker; whereas
American “All-Purpose Flour” will produce poor
results.
The Cookbook section of this book includes recipes
that have been thoroughly tested in Black & Decker’s
own test kitchen to ensure best results in both the
United States and Canada. Flours, cornmeal, and a
few other ingredients vary widely between
the two countries.
NOTE: The term,“All-Purpose Flour” for example, is
applied to two totally different types of flour
depending on whether it is purchased in the U.S. or
Canada. Canadian “All-Purpose Flour” will produce
Most North American national brand flours and
yeasts will produce good results. Keep in mind that
the recipes included here have been created by our
Home Economists specifically for this automatic
breadmaker (Model B1620) and may not produce
acceptable results in other similar
breadmakers.
Therefore, each recipe is presented with two sets of
ingredients –one for each country. Since ingredients
are different, it is important that you double check to
be sure you are following the recipe appropriate for
ingredients in your country (U.S. or Canada) before
using your Breadmaker.
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Inaccurate measurements, even if only slightly
off, can make a difference in results.
For all SETTINGS (including
Dough/ Pasta) follow these
instructions:
1
Open the lid, grasp the wire handle with two
hands, and turn the Baking Pan to the left
“Unlock” position, then remove it by pulling
straight up on the handle. It is important to remove
● Yeast is always added last. Be sure that the
yeast does not touch the liquid ingredients, salt
or shortening.
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The Baking Pan can be installed in TWO
POSITIONS. There are notches on two sides of
the rim of the Baking Pan. Be sure to have a
notched side facing toward you when you put the
Pan into the oven chamber. Place the Baking Pan
into the unit in a left diagonal position as illustrated.
Using both hands, rotate the Pan in a clockwise
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CLOCK
BREAD
TYPE
CRUST
COLOR
TIMER
START
RESET
CLOCK
BREAD
TYPE
CRUST
COLOR
TIMER
START
RESET
the Baking Pan from the unit rather than add ingredients into the Pan while it is in place to avoid accidentally spilling ingredients into the oven chamber.
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Attach the Mixing Paddle onto
the shaft inside the Baking Pan
by lining up the flat side of the Paddle
with the flat side on the shaft. Gently
push the Paddle onto the shaft.
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CLOCK
BREAD
TYPE
CLOCK
BREAD
TYPE
CRUST
COLOR
TIMER
START
RESET
CRUST
COLOR
TIMER
START
RESET
3
Select a recipe from the
Cookbook section of this booklet.
When following the recipe:
● Always add ingredients into the Baking Pan in
the order they are listed.
● Measure ingredients carefully
& accurately. To measure
liquids, use a see-through
measuring cup and check the
measurement at eye level.
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TYPE
Basic
Rapid
Sweet
Grain
Dough /
Pasta
CRUST
Regular
Dark
CLOCK
BREAD
TYPE
● When measuring dry ingredients, use
standard dry measuring cups or measuring
spoons and level off the ingredients with the
straight-edge of a knife or metal spatula.
CRUST
COLOR
TIMER
Timer
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TYPE
Basic
Rapid
Sweet
Grain
Dough /
Pasta
CRUST
Regular
Dark
CLOCK
Operation
START
RESET
BREAD
TYPE
CRUST
COLOR
TIMER
Timer
Operation
START
RESET
direction until the notch on the Pan lines up with
the raised pointer located on the top surface of the
oven chamber. Fold the handle down and click into
place.
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keep bread warm during that time. At the end of the
hour, the Keep Warm cycle will end and the light
will remain on constantly, indicating the unit is still
plugged in. The bread should then be removed as
soon as possible to avoid getting soggy. You may
remove the Baking Pan any time during the Keep
Warm cycle. To turn off the Keep Warm feature
before the 60 minutes are up, simply press the
START/RESET button and hold it until the display
time clears.
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Close the lid and plug into an outlet (120 volt). Two
ARROWS will come up in the display window indicating BASIC BREAD TYPE with a REGULAR crust and
12:00 AM will flash in the display window. If you wish
to use the TIMER to delay baking, you will first have to
set the correct time of day. However, if you want to
start the breadmaking operation now, it is not necessary to set the CLOCK.
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To bake a Basic loaf of bread with a Regular
Crust, simply press the START/RESET Button.
However, you can choose a different setting for your recipe by
pressing the BREAD TYPE button on the pad. Each time you
press BREAD TYPE, the arrow
in the display window
will point to the next
selection (i.e. Rapid
Bake, Sweet Bread,
etc.) If you are using a
recipe that calls for the
Basic, Rapid Bake, or Sweet
Bread setting, choose a crust
color by pressing the CRUST
COLOR button until
the arrow in the window lines up with
either “Regular” or
“Dark.”
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Press the START/RESET Button once until it
beeps and the red “on” indicator light comes on.
The flashing 12:00 AM will be
replaced by, for example, 3:50, if
you chose a recipe for the Basic
Bread setting (regardless of
whether you chose “Regular” or
“Dark” crust). It will
count down the
remaining time in oneminute intervals (3:49,
3:48, etc.) until the
bread is done. When
the baking is complete, several beeps will sound to
alert you that the bread is ready and the red indicator
light will begin flashing. In addition, a flashing 12:00
AM will reappear in the display screen.
NOTE: The Keep Warm feature does not function for
the DOUGH/PASTA setting since baking is not
involved in this program. If you leave finished dough
in the unit over a period of time, it may over-rise and
produce poor results. For best results, remove dough
at the end of the program and follow the recipe
directions for shaping, rising, and baking.
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This unit has a convenient Viewing Window so
that you may watch the progress of the bread as
it is mixed, kneaded, and baked. Occasionally, some
moisture may form in the window during the rising
cycle. If moisture forms, you may lift the lid to look
inside during the mixing and kneading stages,
however, DO NOT OPEN THE LID DURING THE
BAKING CYCLE (approximately the last hour) as
this may cause the bread to underbake. Most of the
moisture should disappear during the baking cycle.
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To remove the Baking Pan, use pot holders or
oven mitts, grasp the wire handle with both
hands and turn the Pan to the left until the notch in
the pan lines up with the unlock arrow on the back
wall of the oven chamber. Pull straight up on the
Baking Pan. Fold and lock the wire handle down.
Turn the pan on its side and gently shake the bread
out onto a wire cooling rack. The Baking Pan and
Mixing Paddle have a non-stick coated finish so that
the bread should come out easily. Do not use metal
utensils to remove bread as they may scratch the
non-stick coating. If you have difficulty removing
bread from the Baking Pan, slide a flat rubber or
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This Breadmaker is designed with a Keep Warm
function that automatically begins when baking
is complete. The red light will continue to flash for
up to 60 minutes after baking is complete and will
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COLOR
TIMER
START
RESET
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plastic spatula along the sides of the pan to loosen
To add ingredients, raise the lid and carefully
the loaf. Turn the pan over and shake the loaf out.
pour the ingredients into the Baking Pan.
Allow the bread to cool before slicing. If the Mixing
CAUTION: It is important to avoid spilling
Paddle remains in the botingredients into the oven chamber.
tom of your loaf, allow the
loaf to cool then use a plastic Setting The Timer
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(For Delayed Completion)
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Breadmaker
Use the TIMER when you would like to delay the
completion of your bread or dough/pasta. This
feature allows you to delay bake time for up to 13
hours. For example, it lets you set the TIMER at
7 p.m. one evening so that you can wake to fresh
bread by 8 a.m. the following morning. NOTE: The
TIMER cannot be used with the Rapid Bake setting.
CLOCK
BREAD
TYPE
CRUST
COLOR
TIMER
START
RESET
spoon or rubber spatula to remove the paddle. Do
not use a knife or other sharp metal object as this
will scratch the non-stick coating on the Mixing
Paddle.
To set the TIMER, follow these instructions:
Using The “Add-Ingredient”
Function
1
All settings, except for Rapid Bake, have a builtin “Add-Ingredient” function which signals with
beeps when it’s time to add ingredients such as
fruits or nuts. The beeps sound before kneading is
complete to let you know it’s time to add the
ingredients. The actual time of the beeps can vary
up to 5 minutes depending on the room temperature at the time when you started the bread making
program. The following chart can be used for
reference:
Setting
Signals
Basic Bread
Sweet Bread
Whole Grain
Dough
2
When to add
Ingredients after
Starting Program
30-35 minutes into program
30-35 minutes into program
37-42 minutes into program
40-45 minutes into program
NOTE: Be sure you have followed the “How to Use
Your Breadmaker” steps 1-6 in preparing the
ingredients in the Baking Pan. It is not recommended
that you use the “Delayed Completion” function and
TIMER with recipes that call for fresh ingredients that
might spoil such as eggs, fresh milk, buttermilk, or
cheese.
To use the TIMER, you must first set the digital
clock to the correct time of day. To change the
flashing 12:00 AM, first press the CLOCK button.
While the “12”is flashing, the hour can be set by
immediately pressing the “Up” and “Down” arrows
to change the time in 1 hour intervals. Make sure the
“AM” or “PM” displayed is appropriate. While the
correct hour is flashing in the display, press the
CLOCK button again to set the minutes. If the hour
display has stopped flashing before the minutes have
been set, press the CLOCK button twice. While the
“00”is flashing, the minutes can be set by pressing
the “Up” and “Down” arrows. You may hold either
arrow to rapidly change the time in 5 minute
intervals, or press and release to change 1 minute
at a time.
Once the clock is set, the TIMER can easily be set
following similar steps. To wake up to the aroma
of fresh baked bread at 8:30 AM for example, press
and hold the TIMER button until TIMER appears
on the display, and the “12” of 12:00 AM flashes as it
did when setting the clock above. While the “12”is
flashing, press the “Up” or “Down” arrows to change
the “12” to “8”, checking to make sure “AM” is displayed. To set the minutes, press the TIMER button
1
Time Displayed
when Beeper
Signals
3:15-3:20
3:15-3:20
3:28-3:33
1:15-1:20
This function lets you add ingredients so that
they don’t get chopped up by the Mixing Paddle
and blended into your loaf. If you are using the
TIMER to delay baking (perhaps while you are asleep
or away from home), you may bypass this function
by ignoring the signal and adding ingredients in the
order called for in the recipe, however, you may end
up with somewhat broken pieces.
2
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while the hour setting is flashing. If the hour setting
has stopped flashing before the minutes have been
set, press and hold the TIMER button. With the hour
setting flashing again, immediately press the TIMER
button to set the minutes. While the “00”is flashing,
the minutes can be set to “30” using the “Up” or
“Down” arrows. When the “30” stops flashing and the
current time is displayed, the timer is set.
To start the delayed completion timer, press the
TIMER button. The completion time will flash
briefly and be replaced by the current time in the display, and the green TIMER light will come on. If the
green light does not come on, and
ERR ” appears on the display, you
“13 Hr TIMER
have set the TIMER for longer than the maximum
13 hour delay. To reset the TIMER hold the TIMER
button until the hour setting flashes, and the time can
be changed using the “Up” and “Down” arrows.
If the green light does not come on, and
“0 Hr TIMER
ERR ” appears, the TIMER has
been set for a delayed completion time which is
shorter than the actual bake time (for example 3:50 is
the bake time for Sweet Bread). Reset the TIMER for a
longer delayed completion time.
To cancel the TIMER function, press the TIMER
button and the green light will go out.
To check the completion time while the green
TIMER light is on, press the TIMER button twice.
To check the completion time while the red light is
on, press the TIMER button once.
When the actual breadmaking operation begins,
the green “timer” light will go out, the red “on” light
will come on, and total bake time (3:50 for Sweet
Bread) will appear on the display. The bake time will
count down in one minute intervals. When the end of
the countdown is reached, a beeping signal will
sound and your bread is complete. The red light will
now begin flashing to show the Breadmaker has
automatically activated the 60 minute “Keep Warm”
function.
3
This means there is an operational/mechanical
malfunction. DO NOT USE THE UNIT. Unplug
the unit and contact your local service center for
repair. Call the toll-free number on the cover of
this booklet to ask for the location of the Black &
Decker service center nearest you.
● If the START/RESET button is pressed and the
word “HOT” appears in the display window, it
indicates that the unit has not cooled sufficiently
after baking to use immediately again. Open the
lid, remove the Baking Pan and allow the inside
of the unit to cool. Once the unit has cooled sufficiently, pressing the START/RESET button will
immediately start the breadmaking operation.
● For specific problems with Bread/Dough results,
see the Troubleshooting guide on the next page:
4
5
6
Troubleshooting
Specific questions about the breadmaker functions
and problems with ingredients or recipes are
addressed in the “Need Help?” section beginning on
pg. 31.
● If there is an operational problem with the unit,
you may see a hyphen, colon, double hyphen
(- : --) message in the display window.
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Troubleshooting Guide
NOTE: The number one cause for poor results is improper measurement of ingredients (see page 8). The checklist
below offers several possible solutions. Try one adjustment at a time and only make one change per loaf.
If results do not improve with the first adjustment, move to the next possible solution.
RESULTS
➜
Loaf Rises Loaf Rises
Then Falls Too High
“Cratered “Mushroom
Loaf”
Loaf”
Loaf Does
Not Rise
Enough
Flat Loaf
Little To No
Rising
Crust
Too Dark
Uncooked Or Not Mixed
Gnarly
Partially Or Partially Knotted Top
Cooked
Mixed
Loaf Core
Texture
Heavy &
Dense
High
Altitude
Adjustment
INGREDIENT
FLOUR
➜
➜
1/4 tsp.
1/4 tsp.
1 tsp.
YEAST
1 tsp.
1/4 tsp.
1/4 tsp.
1/4 tsp.
Not Enough
Water
Or Milk
1/4 tsp.
✔
Liquid
Too Hot Or
Too Cold
✔
✔
✔
Low In
Gluten
Content
See Page 16
See Page 16
See Page 16
See Page 16
See Page 16
None Was
Added
✔
Out of Date
Code
See Page 16
(Wrong Type)
Used Fresh
See Pages
16 & 17
Forgotten
✔
SALT
See Pages
16 & 17
See Pages
16 & 17
✔
✔
See Pages
16 & 17
➜
Too Much
✔
See Page 17
Too Old
Too Fine
2 Tbsp.
1 tsp.
1 tsp.
1/4 tsp.
2 Tbsp.
2 Tbsp.
➜
1/4 tsp.
➜
MEASUREMENT
WATER
OR
MILK
2 Tbsp.
➜
YEAST
2 Tbsp.
➜
SUGAR
OR
HONEY
2 Tbsp.
2 Tbsp.
2 Tbsp.
➜
SALT
2 Tbsp.
➜
WATER
OR
MILK
➜
FLOUR
➜
POSSIBLE
SOLUTIONS
Increase Amount
➜
Decrease Amount
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How To Use Your Breadmaker
Slicing & Storing Bread
For best results, allow loaves to cool on a wire rack
15 to 30 minutes before slicing. You may use an
electric knife (such as the Black & Decker Slice
Right™ Electric Knife Model EK300) for even slices.
Otherwise, use a sharp knife with a serrated blade.
For sandwich slices, place the loaf on its side
and slice across.
Store bread tightly covered (resealable style bags or
plastic containers work well) at room temperature
up to three days. If weather is hot and humid, store
in the refrigerator. For longer storage (up to one
month), place bread in a tightly covered container in
the freezer. If you store the bread in the refrigerator,
leave it out to bring it to room temperature before
serving. Since homemade bread has no preservatives, it tends to dry out and become stale faster
than commercially-made bread.
Leftover slightly hardened bread may be cut into
1/2” or 1” cubes and used in favorite recipes to
make croutons, bread pudding, or stuffing.
Care & Cleaning
CAUTION: To avoid electric shock, unplug the unit
and allow the Breadmaker to cool before cleaning.
For best performance and maintenance, it is
recommended to clean the breadmaker after each
use as follows:
Outer Body and Oven Chamber:
Wipe the outer body of the unit with a damp cloth
or slightly dampened sponge. Use a damp sponge
or cloth to wipe out any flour, crumbs, or other
materials from the oven chamber.
Lid
This unit has a removable
Lid for easy cleaning. Open
the Lid halfway and pull it
out towards you. Wipe it
with a damp cloth or slightly dampened sponge. DO
NOT IMMERSE THE LID in
liquid. Clean the viewing
window with a moist soft
cloth (not paper towel),
then be sure to wipe it dry.
CAUTION: DO NOT clean
window with a commercial glass cleaner!
All-In-One™
Deluxe Automatic
Breadmaker
CLOCK
BREAD
TYPE
CRUST
COLOR
TIMER
START
RESET
When reinstalling the lid, be sure the slots on the lid
are fully inserted into the posts on the hinge of the
Breadmaker. This will prevent damage when
closing the lid. If you feel resistance when you try to
close the lid, stop immediately and reposition it.
The lid should close easily without any force being
applied.
Baking Pan and Mixing Paddle
Both the Baking Pan and Mixing Paddle have a nonstick coated surface. Do not use any harsh cleaners
or utensils on these parts as scratching may occur.
Over time, the non-stick surface may change in
color due to moisture and steam. This is normal
and has no effect on its use or quality.
Remove the Baking Pan and Mixing Paddle from the
oven chamber before cleaning. Wipe the outside of
the Baking Pan with a damp cloth. Be careful not to
damage the rubber seal under the shaft. NEVER
TOTALLY IMMERSE THE BAKING PAN in water.
You can hand wash the inside of the Baking Pan
with soapy water. The Mixing Paddle should be
removed from the shaft and the depressed area
under the Paddle cleaned. If the Mixing Paddle is
hard to remove from the Baking Pan after baking, fill
the Pan with hot water and let soak for 30 minutes
to an hour. Next, pour out the water, turn the Pan
over and wiggle the Paddle loose while holding the
winged coupling on the bottom of the Pan. Using a
toothpick or soft kitchen brush clean out any dough
left in the hole of the Paddle.
CAUTION: None of the breadmaker parts are
dishwasher-safe. DO NOT place the Baking Pan,
Removable Lid, or Mixing Paddle in the dishwasher.
Storing The Unit
Be sure to dry all parts before storing and wipe any
moisture from the Viewing Window. To prevent loss,
you may want to store the Mixing Paddle on the
shaft. Close the Lid and do not store anything on
top of the Lid.
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Care & Cleaning
Easy-Lift Grips
If you are storing the unit in a cabinet or closet, use
the handy built in grips at the bottom of the unit to
help you lift the breadmaker easily.
Service Or Repair
Service, if necessary, must be performed by a Black
& Decker Household Appliance Company-Owned
or Authorized Service Center. The Service Center
nearest you can be found in the yellow pages of your
phone book under “Appliances-Small-Repairing.”
For your convenience, a complete listing of U.S. and
Canadian Company-Owned Service Centers and/or
Authorized Service Centers is included on a handy
insert.
Answers to any questions regarding warranty or
service locations may be obtained by calling or by
writing:
If mailing or shipping your Breadmaker, pack it
carefully in a sturdy carton with enough packing
material to prevent damage. Be sure to clean the
unit before packing. You may use original
packaging as long as you’ve included packing
material suitable for shipping. Include a note
describing the problem to our Service Center and be
sure to give your return address. We also suggest
that you insure the package for your protection.
In Canada
Consumer-replaceable parts and accessories are
available at Black & Decker Household Appliance
Company-Owned or Authorized Service Centers.
Full Two-Year Warranty
In the U.S.A.
Consumer Assistance and Information
Black & Decker (U.S.) Inc.
6 Armstrong Road
Shelton, Connecticut 06484
1-800-231-9786
Consumer Assistance and Information
Black & Decker Canada Inc.
100 Central Avenue
Brockville, Ontario K6V 5W6
1-800-465-6070
120 V, 60 Hz, AC Only, 600 watts
Listed by Underwriters Laboratories, Inc.
and Canadian Standards Association
Copyright ©1995 Black & Decker
Pub No. 168633-46
Printed in Hong Kong
Black & Decker warrants this product against any
defects that are due to faulty material or
workmanship for a two-year period after the
original date of consumer purchase or receipt as a
gift. This warranty does not include damage to the
product resulting from accident or misuse.
If the product should become defective within the
warranty period, we will repair it or elect to replace it
free of charge. We will return your product,
transportation charges prepaid, provided it is
delivered prepaid to any Black & Decker, Household
Appliance Company-Owned or Authorized Service
Center. This warranty gives you specific legal rights,
and you may also have other rights which vary from
state to state or province to province.
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For Black & Decker Breadmakers
Model B1620
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Bread & Dough Ingredients
Many ingredients differ between Canada and the
United States. Cheese, confectioner’s (icing) sugar,
and cornmeal are just a few ingredients that vary
between the two countries. The major difference is
in flour.
Flours
Canadian flours are milled from harder wheats so
breads can be successfully made from national
brands of both All-Purpose Flour and Bread Flour.
U.S. “All-Purpose Flour” will produce poor results
and should not be used with this unit. In the U.S., it
is important to use “Bread Flour” for tall, eventextured loaves.
● Bread flour is processed from hard wheat and is
high in the protein substance called gluten.
When mixed and kneaded, the gluten stretches
and incorporates air bubbles to produce a light,
fine-textured loaf. The stretchy resilience of
gluten makes this kind of flour most tolerant to
high temperatures, altitude, or high humidity.
● Canadian “All-Purpose Flour” is easy to find
and has been extensively tested with the
Canadian recipes included in this book with
good results. Canadian Bread Flour may also be
used with good results.
● Whole wheat and multi-grain flours contain
the bran and germ of the grain. Although higher
in fiber, these flours are lower in gluten than
bread flour. Rye flour does not contain any
gluten and therefore, must be used in combination with other flours. Whole wheat, multi-grain
and rye flour typically produce shorter, denser
loaves. Whole wheat flours vary greatly between
the United States and Canada. Be sure to
consult the recipes for tips on successful whole
wheat breads. The recipes have been developed
and tested using nationally available brands of
flour.
Fat
● Butter, margarine or vegetable shortening are
often interchangeable in most bread recipes.
Vegetable oil should not be substituted for
shortening, butter or margarine (fat adds flavor
and tenderness to the dough). Low-fat (diet)
margarines are high in water content but may
be substituted with acceptable results for people
on a low fat diet.
Salt
● In very small amounts, salt adds flavor and
controls the rising action of the yeast, allowing
the dough to rise evenly. In high altitude areas,
additional salt may be needed to improve bread
results, however, keep in mind that too much
salt may prevent the bread from rising.
Liquid
● Milk—whole, 1% or 2% fat, skim, buttermilk, or
reconstituted (powdered) dry milk, and water
are the most commonly used liquids in bread
recipes. Milk provides a soft crust, and gives
bread a velvety texture. If your recipe calls for
powdered milk and you prefer to use fresh milk,
simply substitute the milk for the water and
powder. Water makes a crisper crust. Some
recipes call for juice to be added as a flavor
enhancer.
Sweeteners
● Natural sweeteners, such as white or brown
sugar, honey, and molasses help the yeast in a
recipe to grow. Sugar serves as food for the
yeast. Without sugar, the yeast will not grow and
the bread will not rise. The balance of sugar, salt,
and yeast is a very important part of the bread
making process. Sweeteners enhance the bread
flavor and the browning process. If you prefer to
use a sugar substitute, your baking results may
vary with the type and amount of sugar
substitute used.
Yeast
● Yeast is a heat-sensitive plant that feeds on the
sugar in dough. Too much heat will kill the
yeast, too little will slow the yeast action. Check
the expiration date to be sure the yeast is fresh.
The recipes in this cookbook have been tested
with Bread Machine yeast. If you prefer to use
Traditional Dry yeast, Rapid Rise yeast or Quick
Rise yeast, you will have to increase yeast
amount by 1/4 teaspoon in your recipe; for
example - if your recipe called for 1 teaspoon of
yeast, increase the amount to 1-1/4 teaspoon.
See the test for yeast freshness on the next page.
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Bread & Dough Ingredients
The following test can be used to determine
whether your yeast is stale and inactive:
A) Place 1/2 cup of lukewarm water into a
small cup or bowl.
B) Stir 1 tsp. of sugar into the water then
sprinkle 2 tsp. of yeast over the surface.
C) Place bowl or cup in a warm area and allow
to sit for 10 minutes undisturbed.
D) The mixture should foam and produce a
strong yeast aroma. If this does not occur,
fresh yeast should be purchased.
Tips For Getting The Best Results
● Use only fresh ingredients.
● In the U.S.: Use Bread Flour; In Canada: Use
All-Purpose Flour or Canadian Bread Flour.
● Use lukewarm water – not cold water.
● Measure ingredients accurately and level off
dry ingredients with the flat side of a knife or
metal spatula. (See page 8 for measuring
techniques).
Tips For Handling Dough
● When recipes call for a “lightly floured surface,”
use about 1 to 2 tablespoons flour on the
surface. You may want to lightly flour your
fingers or rolling pin for easy dough
manipulation.
● Recipes referring to a “greased/oiled” bowl call
for about 1 tablespoon oil or soft vegetable
shortening spread on the bottom and sides of
the bowl. You may prefer to use a non-stick
vegetable spray to “grease” the bowl to cut down
on added fats and calories.
● When you let dough “rest” and “rise” according
to a recipe, place it in a warm, draft-free area.
For best results, cover the dough with waxed
paper and a clean, dry towel. If the dough does
not double in size, it may not produce a tender
product.
● Dough may be wrapped in plastic and stored in
a freezer for later use. Bring the dough to room
temperature before using.
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Recipe Index
The Basics
Basic White (2.0 lb) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Basic White (1.5 lb) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
100% Whole Wheat (2.0 lb) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
100% Whole Wheat (1.5 lb) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Classic French (dough recipe) (2.0 lb) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Classic French (dough recipe) (1.5 lb) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Caraway Rye (2.0 lb) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Caraway Rye (1.5 lb) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Rapid Bake Breads
Rapid Basic White (2.0 lb) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Rapid Basic White (1.5 lb) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Rapid Lemon Poppy Seed (2.0 lb) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Rapid Lemon Poppy Seed (1.5 lb) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Rapid Italian Herb (2.0 lb) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Rapid Italian Herb (1.5 lb) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Sandwich Pleasers For The Brown Bag Club
Cornbread (2.0 lb) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Cornbread (1.5 lb) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Oatmeal Nut (2.0 lb) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Apple Cinnamon Granola (2.0 lb) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Cracked Wheat (2.0 lb) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Cracked Wheat (1.5 lb) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Dinner Favorites
Cheese ’N Onion (2.0 lb) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Cheese ’N Onion (1.5 lb) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Pizza Dough (dough recipe) (2.0 lb) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Pizza Dough (dough recipe) (1.5 lb) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Treats For Every Age
Cinnamon Raisin (2.0 lb) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Cinnamon Raisin (1.5 lb) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Raspberry Braid (dough recipe) (2.0 lb) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Raspberry Braid (dough recipe) (1.5 lb) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Pasta Recipes
Basic Pasta Dough (dough recipe) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Spinach Pasta Dough (dough recipe) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
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The Basics (2.0 lb)
These are the recipes you will bake time after time. Try these recipes first.
CLASSIC FRENCH
BASIC WHITE
American
1-1/3 cups
2 tbsp.
1-1/2 tsp.
1 tbsp.
2 tbsp.
4 cups
1 tsp.
water
powdered milk
salt
sugar
shortening
white flour*
yeast
Canadian
American
1-1/3 cups
2 tbsp.
1-1/2 tsp.
1 tbsp.
2 tbsp.
3-3/4 cups
1 tsp.
1-1/4 cups
1-1/4 tsp.
1 tbsp.
3-3/4 cups
1-1/2 tsp.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Measure ingredients in the order listed into Baking Pan.
Insert Baking Pan into oven chamber,twist to secure.Close lid.
Select:Basic Bread Setting.
Select “Regular”or “Dark”crust.
Press Start - There will be a 15-minute preheat delay
before mixing begins.
6. Using oven mitts,remove bread when completion beeps sound.
7. Cool on a wire rack before slicing.
Time:3:50 hrs
1 tbsp.
1 tbsp.
1
1 tbsp.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
100% WHOLE WHEAT
American
1-1/2 cups
2 tbsp.
1-1/2 tsp.
1 tbsp.
1 tbsp.
2 tbsp.
3-1/2 cups
1-1/4 tsp.
6.
Canadian
water
powdered milk
salt
honey
molasses
shortening
whole wheat flour
yeast
1-1/2 cups
2 tbsp.
1-1/2 tsp.
2 tbsp.
2 tbsp.
2 tbsp.
3-3/4 cups
1-1/4 tsp.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Measure ingredients in the order listed into Baking Pan.
Insert Baking Pan into oven chamber,twist to secure.Close lid.
Select: Whole Grain Setting.
Crust setting is pre-selected.
Press Start - There will be a 25-minute preheat delay before
mixing begins.
6. Using oven mitts,remove bread when completion beeps sound.
7. Cool on a wire rack before slicing.
Time:4:10 hrs
7.
8.
Dough Recipe
Canadian
water
salt
sugar
white flour*
yeast
1-1/4 cups
1-1/4 tsp.
1 tbsp.
3-2/3 cups
1-1/2 tsp.
GLAZE:
cornmeal (optional)
oil
egg white, beaten
water
1 tbsp.
1 tbsp.
1
1 tbsp.
Measure first 5 ingredients in the order listed into Baking Pan.
Insert Baking Pan into oven chamber,twist to secure.Close lid.
Select:Dough/Pasta Setting.
Press Start - There will be a 25-minute preheat delay
before mixing begins.
When cycle is complete,remove dough from machine to a lightly
floured surface. If necessary,knead in enough flour to make
dough easy to handle.
Divide dough in half and roll each half into a 10" x 8" rectangle.
Beginning at long end,roll up tightly as for jelly roll. Pinch seams
and ends to seal. Taper ends by gently rolling back and forth.
Place each loaf,seam side down,on a greased baking sheet
sprinkled with cornmeal (optional). Lightly brush each loaf with
oil. Cover and let rise in warm,draft-free place for 20 to 30 minutes
until double in size. With a sharp knife make 3 or 4 diagonal cuts
about 1/4 inch deep across the top of each loaf. Lightly beat egg
white and 1 tablespoon water;brush some of egg white mixture
over top of each loaf. Bake at 350 oF for 20 minutes.Brush again
with remaining egg white mixture.
Bake 5 to 10 minutes more or until done. Bread should sound
hollow when tapped. (For even browning when baking two
loaves,switch positions of sheets halfway through baking.)
Remove the breads from the sheets; cool on a wire rack.
Yield: Makes 2 loaves.
This crusty french bread, with its chewy texture makes a delicious garlic bread. Just slice lengthwise, top with garlic butter
& broil.
U.S. whole wheat flour results in a shorter, denser loaf than
Canadian whole wheat flours. You can substitute one cup of
white flour for one cup of whole wheat for a lighter, yet delicious
wheat taste!
* In U.S., use Bread Flour; in Canada, use either Bread Flour or
All-Purpose Flour.
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CARAWAY RYE
American
1-1/4 cups
2 tbsp.
1-1/4 tsp.
1 tbsp.
1 tbsp.
2 tbsp.
2/3 cup
1-3/4 cups
3/4 cup
1 tbsp.
1-1/2 tsp.
Canadian
water
powdered milk
salt
brown sugar
molasses
shortening
whole wheat flour
white flour*
rye flour
caraway seeds
yeast
1-1/4 cups
2 tbsp.
1-1/2 tsp.
2 tbsp.
2 tbsp.
2 tbsp.
3/4 cup
1-3/4 cups
3/4 cup
1 tbsp.
1-1/4 tsp.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Measure ingredients in the order listed into Baking Pan.
Insert Baking Pan into oven chamber,twist to secure.Close lid.
Select: Whole Grain Setting.
Crust setting is pre-selected.
Press Start - There will be a 25-minute preheat delay before
mixing begins.
6. Using oven mitts,remove bread when completion beeps sound.
7. Cool on a wire rack before slicing.
Time:4:10 hrs
Rapid Bake Breads (2.0 lb)
All the breads in this section will take only 1 hour & 58 minutes to complete.
RAPID BASIC WHITE
American
1-2/3 cups
2 tbsp.
1 tsp.
3 tbsp.
2 tbsp.
4-1/4 cups
2 tsp.
Canadian
water
powdered milk
salt
sugar
shortening
white flour*
yeast
1-1/4 cups
3 tbsp.
1 tsp.
3 tbsp.
3 tbsp.
3-1/4 cups
2 tsp.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Measure ingredients in the order listed into Baking Pan.
Insert Baking Pan into oven chamber,twist to secure.Close lid.
Select:Rapid Bake Setting.
Select “Regular”or “Dark”crust.
Press Start - There will be a 5-minute preheat delay before
mixing begins.
6. Using oven mitts,remove bread when completion beeps sound.
7. Cool on a wire rack before slicing.
* In U.S., use Bread Flour; in Canada, use either Bread Flour or
All-Purpose Flour.
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RAPID LEMON POPPY SEED
RAPID ITALIAN HERB
American
Canadian
American
1-1/4 cups
water
1-1/2 tsp. lemon juice, freshly squeezed
2 tbsp.
powdered milk
1-1/4 tsp.
salt
2 tbsp.
sugar
2 tbsp.
shortening
3-1/4 cups
white flour*
1/2 tsp.
nutmeg
2 tsp.
lemon rind, freshly grated
2 tbsp.
poppy seeds
2 tsp.
yeast
1-1/4 cups
1-1/2 tsp.
2 tbsp.
1-1/4 tsp.
2 tbsp.
2 tbsp.
3 cups
1/2 tsp.
2 tsp.
2 tbsp.
2 tsp.
1-1/3 cups
3 tbsp.
1-1/2 tsp.
3 tbsp.
3 tbsp.
3-3/4 cups
1-1/2 tsp.
1-1/2 tsp.
1-1/2 tsp.
2 tsp.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Measure ingredients in the order listed into Baking Pan.
Insert Baking Pan into oven chamber,twist to secure.Close lid.
Select:Rapid Bake Setting.
Select “Regular”or “Dark”crust.
Press Start - There will be a 5-minute preheat delay before
mixing begins.
6. Using oven mitts,remove bread when completion beeps sound.
7. Cool on a wire rack before slicing.
Canadian
water
powdered milk
salt
sugar
shortening
white flour*
dried marjoram
dried basil
dried thyme
yeast
1-1/3 cups
3 tbsp.
1-1/2 tsp.
3 tbsp.
3 tbsp.
3-2/3 cups
1-1/2 tsp.
1-1/2 tsp.
1-1/2 tsp.
2 tsp.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Measure ingredients in the order listed into Baking Pan.
Insert Baking Pan into oven chamber,twist to secure.Close lid.
Select:Rapid Bake Setting.
Select “Regular”or “Dark”crust.
Press Start - There will be a 5-minute preheat delay before
mixing begins.
6. Using oven mitts,remove bread when completion beeps sound.
7. Cool on a wire rack before slicing.
Sandwich Pleasers For The Brown Bag Club (2.0 lb)
This selection of recipes will have you looking forward to noon!
CORNBREAD
American
1-1/3 cups
2 tbsp.
2 tsp.
2 tbsp.
2 tbsp.
3-1/2 cups
1/2 cup
1 tsp.
Canadian
1 egg+water to =
powdered milk
salt
honey
shortening
white flour*
cornmeal
yeast
1-1/2 cups
2 tbsp.
2 tsp.
2 tbsp.
2 tbsp.
3-1/2 cups
1/2 cup
1 tsp.
1. Measure ingredients in the order listed into Baking Pan.
2. Insert Baking Pan into oven chamber,twist to secure.
Close lid.
3. Select:Basic Bread Setting.
4. Select “Regular”or “Dark”crust.
5. Press Start - There will be a 15-minute preheat delay
before mixing begins.
6. Using oven mitts,remove bread when completion
beeps sound.
7. Cool on a wire rack before slicing.
Time:3:50 hrs
* In U.S., use Bread Flour; in Canada, use either Bread Flour or
All-Purpose Flour.
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Sandwich Pleasers For The Brown Bag Club (2.0 lb)
OATMEAL NUT
American
1-1/4 cups
2 tbsp.
1-1/4 tsp.
1 tbsp.
1tbsp.
2 tbsp.
3/4 cup
2 cups
1/3 cup
1-1/4 tsp.
1/3 cup
water
powdered milk
salt
molasses
honey
shortening
whole wheat flour
white flour*
oatmeal, quick cooking
yeast
ADD INGREDIENTS:
walnuts, chopped
CRACKED WHEAT
Canadian
American
1-1/4 cups
2 tbsp.
1-1/4 tsp.
1 tbsp.
1 tbsp.
2 tbsp.
1 cup
1-3/4 cups
1/3 cup
1-1/4 tsp.
1-1/2 cups
2 tbsp.
1-1/2 tsp.
2 tbsp.
2 tbsp.
1 cup
2-1/4 cups
3/4 cup
1-1/4 tsp.
1/3 cup
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Measure first 10 ingredients in the order listed into Baking Pan.
Insert Baking Pan into oven chamber,twist to secure.Close lid.
Select:Whole Grain Setting.
Crust setting is pre-selected.
Press Start - There will be a 25-minute preheat delay before
mixing begins.
6. Add walnuts when “Add Ingredient”signal beeps.
7. Using oven mitts,remove bread when completion beeps sound.
8. Cool on a wire rack before slicing.
Time:4:10 hrs
Canadian
water
powdered milk
salt
honey
shortening
whole wheat flour
white flour*
cracked wheat
yeast
1-1/3 cups
3 tbsp.
1-1/2 tsp.
3 tbsp.
3 tbsp.
1-1/4 cups
1-1/2 cups
1 cup
1-1/4 tsp.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Measure ingredients in the order listed into Baking Pan.
Insert Baking Pan into oven chamber,twist to secure.Close lid.
Select: Whole Grain Setting.
Crust setting is pre-selected.
Press Start - There will be a 25-minute preheat delay before
mixing begins.
6. Using oven mitts,remove bread when completion beeps sound.
7. Cool on a wire rack before slicing.
Time:4:10 hrs
The crunchy texture & slightly nutty flavor of this bread makes it
a treat with luncheon meats. Look for bulgar or cracked wheat in
large grocery stores, bulk & health food stores.
Small flake rolled oats gives a traditional oatmeal bread texture.
Do not use “instant cooking” oatmeal.
APPLE CINNAMON GRANOLA
American
2/3 cup
2/3 cup
1 tsp.
2 tbsp.
2 tbsp.
1 cup
1-3/4 cups
1/3 cup
1/2 tsp.
1-1/2 tsp.
1/3 cup
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Measure first 10 ingredients in the order listed into Baking Pan.
Insert Baking Pan into oven chamber,twist to secure.Close lid.
Select:Sweet Setting.
Select “Regular”or “Dark”crust.
Press Start - There will be a 15-minute preheat delay before
mixing begins.
6. Add raisins when “Add Ingredient”signal beeps.
7. Using oven mitts,remove bread when completion beeps sound.
8. Cool on a wire rack before slicing.
Time:3:50 hrs
Canadian
apple juice, unsweetened
applesauce, unsweetened
salt
honey
shortening
whole wheat flour
white flour*
granola
cinnamon
yeast
ADD INGREDIENTS:
raisins
2/3 cup
2/3 cup
1 tsp.
2 tbsp.
2 tbsp.
1 cup
2 cups
1/3 cup
1/2 tsp.
1-1/2 tsp.
Try on the Whole Grain cycle for a darker crust.
Try different flavors of granola for a variety of tastes.
1/3 cup
* In U.S., use Bread Flour; in Canada, use either Bread Flour or
All-Purpose Flour.
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Dinner Favorites (2.0 lb)
These selections will add zest to any casserole or entrée.
CHEESE ’N ONION
American
1-1/3 cups
3 tbsp.
1-1/2 tsp.
2 tbsp.
3-2/3 cups
2 tbsp.
1/3 cup
1-1/4 tsp.
water
powdered milk
salt
sugar
white flour*
dried onion flakes
shredded old cheddar cheese
yeast
PIZZA DOUGH
Canadian
American
1-1/3 cups
3 tbsp.
1-1/2 tsp.
2 tbsp.
3-1/2 cups
2 tbsp.
1/3 cup
1-1/4 tsp.
1-1/2 cups
1-1/2 tsp.
1 tbsp.
2 tbsp.
4-1/2 cups
2 tsp.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Measure ingredients in the order listed into Baking Pan.
Insert Baking Pan into oven chamber,twist to secure.Close lid.
Select:Sweet Bread Setting.
Select “Regular”or “Dark”crust.
Press Start - There will be a 15-minute preheat delay before
mixing begins.
6. Using oven mitts,remove bread when completion beeps sound.
7. Cool on a wire rack before slicing.
Time:3:50 hrs
1/4 cup chopped fresh onion can be substituted for the dried onion
flakes for a milder onion flavour.
Purchase 1-1/2 oz or 35 g of a good quality, sharp flavoured
Old Cheddar Cheese for a strong cheese flavour.
Dough Variation: Prepare this recipe using the dough/pasta setting
Form into 6 hamburger buns following the instructions under the
Dinner Rolls recipe, & enjoy at your barbecue.
3 tbsp.
Dough Recipe
Canadian
beer
salt
sugar
shortening
white flour*
yeast
1-1/2 cups
1-1/2 tsp.
1 tbsp.
2 tbsp.
4-1/4 cups
2 tsp.
OPTIONAL INGREDIENT:
cornmeal
3 tbsp.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Measure first 6 ingredients in order listed into Baking Pan.
Insert Baking Pan into oven chamber,twist to secure.Close lid.
Select:Dough/Pasta Setting.
Press Start - There will be a 25-minute preheat delay before
mixing begins.
5. When cycle is complete, remove dough from machine to a
lightly floured surface. If necessary, knead in enough flour
to make dough easy to handle.
6. Grease 3 12-inch pans & sprinkle with cormeal (optional).
Divide dough into three. Roll out dough and place on pan or
pat in pan.
7. Top each pizza with tomato sauce, meat, vegetables and cheese.
Bake at 425 oF. for 15 to 25 minutes or until done. Pizza is done
when edges of crust are golden and cheese is bubbly.
Yield: Makes 3 pizzas.
Water can be substituted for beer in the recipe. Add 1/2 - 1 tsp.
basil or oregano to the ingredients in the Baking Pan for a
spicier crust.
* In U.S., use Bread Flour; in Canada, use either Bread Flour or
All-Purpose Flour.
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Treats For Every Age (2.0 lb)
Enjoy these recipes for a change of pace!
CINNAMON RAISIN
American
1-1/4 cups
2 tbsp.
1-1/4 tsp.
2 tbsp.
2 tbsp.
3-2/3 cups
1 tsp.
1-1/4 tsp.
1/2 cup
1 egg + water to =
powdered milk
salt
brown sugar
butter
white flour*
cinnamon
yeast
ADD INGREDIENTS:
raisins
RASPBERRY BRAID
Canadian
American
1-1/4 cups
2 tbsp.
1-1/4 tsp.
2 tbsp.
2 tbsp.
3-3/4 cups
1 tsp.
1-1/4 tsp.
1-1/4 cups
1
3/4 tsp.
1/4 cup
2 tbsp.
3-3/4 cups
1-1/4 tsp.
1/2 cup
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Measure first 8 ingredients in the order listed into Baking Pan.
Insert Baking Pan into oven chamber,twist to secure.Close lid.
Select:Sweet Bread Setting.
Select “Regular”or “Dark”crust.
Press Start - There will be a 15-minute preheat delay before
mixing begins.
6. Add raisins when “Add Ingredient”signal beeps.
7. Using oven mitts,remove bread when completion beeps sound.
8. Cool on a wire rack before slicing.
Time:3:50 hrs
* In U.S., use Bread Flour; in Canada, use either Bread Flour or
All-Purpose Flour.
Dough Recipe
Canadian
milk
egg, beaten
salt
sugar
butter
white flour*
yeast
1-1/4 cups
1
3/4 tsp.
1/4 cup
2 tbsp.
3-2/3 cups
1-1/4 tsp.
1/2 cup
2 tbsp.
FILLING:
raspberry jam
butter, melted - cooled
1/2 cup
2 tbsp.
2 tbsp.
2 tbsp.
1/4 cup
1/2 tsp.
TOPPING:
butter, soft
brown sugar
white flour*
nutmeg
2 tbsp.
2 tbsp.
1/4 cup
1/2 tsp.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Measure first 7 ingredients in the order listed into Baking Pan.
Insert Baking Pan into oven chamber,twist to secure.Close lid.
Select: Dough/Pasta Setting.
Press Start - There will be a 25-minute preheat delay before
mixing begins.
5. When cycle is complete, remove dough from machine to
a lightly floured surface. Divide dough in half. Roll each
half into a 14” x 9” rectangle. Spread with 1/4 cup
raspberry jam lengthwise down center third of rectangle.
Make diagonal cuts from outer edges one inch apart and
three inches long. Fold alternate strips of dough over
filling. Place on greased baking sheet. Brush with
melted, cooled butter. Cover & let rise 30 minutes or until
double in volume. Sprinkle half of butter, sugar and flour
mixture over each dough braid. (see diagram below)
6. Bake at 350oF for 30-35 minutes. Yield: Makes 2 braids.
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The Basics (1.5 lb)
These are the recipes you will bake time after time. Try these recipes first.
CLASSIC FRENCH
BASIC WHITE
American
1-1/4 cups
1 tbsp.
1 tsp.
1 tbsp.
2 tbsp.
3-1/3 cups
3/4 tsp.
water
powdered milk
salt
sugar
shortening
white flour*
yeast
Canadian
American
1-1/4 cups
1 tbsp.
1 tsp.
1 tbsp.
2 tbsp.
3-1/4 cups
3/4 tsp.
1-1/4 cups
1 tsp.
2 tsp.
3-1/2 cups
1-1/4 tsp.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Measure ingredients in the order listed into Baking Pan.
Insert Baking Pan into oven chamber,twist to secure.Close lid.
Select:Basic Bread Setting.
Select “Regular”or “Dark”crust.
Press Start - There will be a 15-minute preheat delay
before mixing begins.
6. Using oven mitts,remove bread when completion beeps sound.
7. Cool on a wire rack before slicing.
Time:3:50 hrs
1 tbsp.
1 tbsp.
1
1 tbsp.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
100% WHOLE WHEAT
American
1-1/3 cups
2 tbsp.
1-1/2 tsp.
2 tsp.
2 tsp.
2 tbsp.
3-1/4 cups
1-1/4 tsp.
6.
Canadian
water
powdered milk
salt
honey
molasses
shortening
whole wheat flour
yeast
1-1/4 cups
2 tbsp.
1 tsp.
1 tbsp.
1tbsp.
2 tbsp.
3-1/4 cups
1-1/4 tsp.
7.
8.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Measure ingredients in the order listed into Baking Pan.
Insert Baking Pan into oven chamber,twist to secure.Close lid.
Select: Whole Grain Setting.
Crust setting is pre-selected.
Press Start - There will be a 25-minute preheat delay before
mixing begins.
6. Using oven mitts,remove bread when completion beeps sound.
7. Cool on a wire rack before slicing.
Time:4:10 hrs
Dough Recipe
Canadian
water
salt
sugar
white flour*
yeast
1-1/4 cups
1 tsp.
2 tsp.
3-1/3 cups
1-1/4 tsp.
GLAZE:
cornmeal (optional)
oil
egg white, beaten
water
1 tbsp.
1 tbsp.
1
1 tbsp.
Measure first 5 ingredients in the order listed into Baking Pan.
Insert Baking Pan into oven chamber,twist to secure.Close lid.
Select:Dough/Pasta Setting.
Press Start - There will be a 25-minute preheat delay
before mixing begins.
When cycle is complete,remove dough from machine to a lightly
floured surface. If necessary,knead in enough flour to make
dough easy to handle.
Roll into a 10" x 8" inch rectangle. Beginning at long end,roll up
tightly as for jelly roll.Pinch seams and ends to seal. Taper ends by
gently rolling back and forth.
Place loaf,seam side down,on a greased baking sheet sprinkled with
cornmeal (optional). Lightly brush loaf with oil. Cover and let rise
in warm,draft-free place for 20 to 30 minutes until double in size.
With a sharp knife make 3 or 4 diagonal cuts about 1/4 inch deep
across the top of loaf. Lightly beat egg white and 1 tablespoon water;
brush some of egg white mixture over top of loaf. Bake at 350 oF for
20 minutes.Brush again with remaining egg white mixture.
Bake 5 to 10 minutes more or until done. Bread should sound
hollow when tapped. Remove the bread from the sheet; cool on a
wire rack.
Yield: Makes 1 large loaf.
This crusty french bread, with its chewy texture makes a delicious garlic bread. Just slice lengthwise, top with garlic butter
& broil.
U.S. whole wheat flour results in a shorter, denser loaf than
Canadian whole wheat flours. You can substitute one cup of
white flour for one cup of whole wheat for a lighter, yet delicious
wheat taste!
* In U.S., use Bread Flour; in Canada, use either Bread Flour or
All-Purpose Flour.
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CARAWAY RYE
American
1 cup
2 tbsp.
1-1/4 tsp.
2 tsp.
2 tsp.
2 tbsp.
3/4 cup
1-2/3 cups
1/2 cup
2 tsp.
1-1/4 tsp.
Canadian
water
powdered milk
salt
brown sugar
molasses
shortening
whole wheat flour
white flour*
rye flour
caraway seeds
yeast
1 cup
2 tbsp.
1-1/2 tsp.
1 tbsp.
1 tbsp.
2 tbsp.
3/4 cup
1-1/2 cups
1/2 cup
2 tsp.
1-1/4 tsp.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Measure ingredients in the order listed into Baking Pan.
Insert Baking Pan into oven chamber,twist to secure.Close lid.
Select:Whole Grain Setting.
Crust setting is pre-selected.
Press Start - There will be a 25-minute preheat delay before
mixing begins.
6. Using oven mitts,remove bread when completion beeps sound.
7. Cool on a wire rack before slicing.
Time:4:10 hrs
Rapid Bake Breads (1.5 lb)
All the breads in this section will take only 1 hour & 58 minutes to complete.
RAPID BASIC WHITE
American
1-1/3 cups
2 tbsp.
1-1/4 tsp.
2 tbsp.
2 tbsp.
3-1/3 cups
2 tsp.
Canadian
water
powdered milk
salt
sugar
shortening
white flour*
yeast
1 cup
2 tbsp.
3/4 tsp.
2 tbsp.
2 tbsp.
2-2/3 cups
2 tsp.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Measure ingredients in the order listed into Baking Pan.
Insert Baking Pan into oven chamber,twist to secure.Close lid.
Select:Rapid Bake Setting.
Select “Regular”or “Dark”crust.
Press Start - There will be a 5-minute preheat delay before
mixing begins.
6. Using oven mitts,remove bread when completion beeps sound.
7. Cool on a wire rack before slicing.
* In U.S., use Bread Flour; in Canada, use either Bread Flour or
All-Purpose Flour.
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RAPID LEMON POPPY SEED
RAPID ITALIAN HERB
American
Canadian
American
1 cup
water
1 tsp.
lemon juice, freshly squeezed
2 tbsp.
powdered milk
1 tsp.
salt
2 tbsp.
sugar
2 tbsp.
shortening
2-3/4 cups
white flour*
1/4 tsp.
nutmeg
1 tsp.
lemon rind, freshly grated
1 tbsp.
poppy seeds
2 tsp.
yeast
1 cup
1 tsp.
2 tbsp.
1 tsp.
2 tbsp.
2 tbsp.
2-2/3 cups
1/4 tsp.
1 tsp.
1 tbsp.
2 tsp.
1-1/4 cups
2 tbsp.
1 tsp.
2 tbsp.
3 tbsp.
3-1/3 cups
1 tsp.
1 tsp.
1 tsp.
2 tsp.
Canadian
water
powdered milk
salt
sugar
shortening
white flour*
dried marjoram
dried basil
dried thyme
yeast
1-1/4 cups
2 tbsp.
1 tsp.
2 tbsp.
3 tbsp.
3-1/4 cups
1 tsp.
1 tsp.
1 tsp.
2 tsp.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Measure ingredients in the order listed into Baking Pan.
Insert Baking Pan into oven chamber,twist to secure.Close lid.
Select:Rapid Bake Setting.
Select “Regular”or “Dark”crust.
Press Start - There will be a 5-minute preheat delay before
mixing begins.
6. Using oven mitts,remove bread when completion beeps sound.
7. Cool on a wire rack before slicing.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Measure ingredients in the order listed into Baking Pan.
Insert Baking Pan into oven chamber,twist to secure.Close lid.
Select:Rapid Bake Setting.
Select “Regular”or “Dark”crust.
Press Start - There will be a 5-minute preheat delay before
mixing begins.
6. Using oven mitts,remove bread when completion beeps sound.
7. Cool on a wire rack before slicing.
Sandwich Pleasers For The Brown Bag Club (1.5 lb)
This selection of recipes will have you looking forward to noon!
CORNBREAD
American
1-1/4 cups
2 tbsp.
1-1/2 tsp.
1 tbsp.
1 tbsp.
3 cups
1/3 cup
1 tsp.
1 egg+water to =
powdered milk
salt
honey
shortening
white flour*
cornmeal
yeast
CRACKED WHEAT
Canadian
American
1-1/4 cups
2 tbsp.
1-1/2 tsp.
1 tbsp.
1 tbsp.
2-3/4 cups
1/3 cup
1 tsp.
1-1/4 cups
2 tbsp.
1-1/4 tsp.
2 tbsp.
2 tbsp.
3/4 cup
2 cups
3/4 cup
1-1/2 tsp.
1. Measure ingredients in the order listed into Baking Pan.
2. Insert Baking Pan into oven chamber,twist to secure.
Close lid.
3. Select:Basic Bread Setting.
4. Select “Regular”or “Dark”crust.
5. Press Start - There will be a 15-minute preheat delay
before mixing begins.
6. Using oven mitts,remove bread when completion
beeps sound.
7. Cool on a wire rack before slicing.
Time:3:50 hrs
* In U.S., use Bread Flour; in Canada, use either Bread Flour or
All-Purpose Flour.
Canadian
water
powdered milk
salt
honey
shortening
whole wheat flour
white flour*
cracked wheat
yeast
1-1/4 cups
2 tbsp.
1-1/4 tsp.
2 tbsp.
2 tbsp.
1 cup
1-1/2 cups
3/4 cup
1-1/4 tsp.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Measure ingredients in the order listed into Baking Pan.
Insert Baking Pan into oven chamber,twist to secure.Close lid.
Select:Whole Grain Setting.
Crust setting is pre-selected.
Press Start - There will be a 25-minute preheat delay before
mixing begins.
6. Using oven mitts,remove bread when completion beeps sound.
7. Cool on a wire rack before slicing.
Time:4:10 hrs
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Dinner Favorites (1.5 lb)
These selections will add zest to any casserole or entrée.
CHEESE ’N ONION
American
1-1/4 cups
2 tbsp.
1 tsp.
1 tbsp.
3-1/3 cups
1 tbsp.
1/4 cup
1 tsp.
water
powdered milk
salt
sugar
white flour*
dried onion flakes
shredded old cheddar cheese
yeast
PIZZA DOUGH
Canadian
American
Dough Recipe
1-1/4 cups
2 tbsp.
1 tsp.
1 tbsp.
3-1/4 cups
1 tbsp.
1/4 cup
1 tsp.
1 cup
1 tsp.
1 tbsp.
1 tbsp.
3 cups
1-1/4 tsp.
beer
salt
sugar
shortening
white flour*
yeast
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Measure ingredients in the order listed into Baking Pan.
Insert Baking Pan into oven chamber,twist to secure.Close lid.
Select:Sweet Bread Setting.
Select “Regular”or “Dark”crust.
Press Start - There will be a 15-minute preheat delay before
mixing begins.
6. Using oven mitts,remove bread when completion beeps sound.
7. Cool on a wire rack before slicing.
Time:3:50 hrs
3 tablespoons chopped fresh onion can be substituted for the dried
onion flakes for a milder onion flavour.
Purchase 1 oz or 25 g of a good quality, sharp flavoured
Old Cheddar Cheese for a strong cheese flavour.
Dough Variation: Prepare this recipe using the dough/pasta setting
Form into 6 hamburger buns following the instructions under the
Dinner Rolls recipe, & enjoy at your barbecue.
2 tbsp.
Canadian
1 cup
1 tsp.
1 tbsp.
1 tbsp.
2-3/4 cups
1-1/4 tsp.
OPTIONAL INGREDIENT:
cornmeal
2 tbsp.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Measure first 6 ingredients in order listed into Baking Pan.
Insert Baking Pan into oven chamber,twist to secure.Close lid.
Select:Dough/Pasta Setting.
Press Start - There will be a 25-minute preheat delay before
mixing begins.
5. When cycle is complete, remove dough from machine to a
lightly floured surface. If necessary, knead in enough flour
to make dough easy to handle.
6. Grease 2 12-inch pans & sprinkle with cormeal (optional).
Divide dough in half. Roll out dough and place on pan or pat
in pan.
7. Top each pizza with tomato sauce, meat, vegetables and cheese.
Bake at 425 oF. for 15 to 25 minutes or until done. Pizza is done
when edges of crust are golden and cheese is bubbly.
Yield: Makes 2 pizzas.
Water can be substituted for beer in the recipe. Add 1/2 - 1 tsp.
basil or oregano to the ingredients in the Baking Pan for a
spicier crust.
* In U.S., use Bread Flour; in Canada, use either Bread Flour or
All-Purpose Flour.
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Treats For Every Age (1.5 lb)
Enjoy these recipes for a change of pace!
CINNAMON RAISIN
American
1 cup
1 tbsp.
1-1/4 tsp.
2 tbsp.
2 tbsp.
2-2/3 cups
1/2 tsp.
1 tsp.
1/3 cup
1 egg + water to =
powdered milk
salt
brown sugar
butter
white flour*
cinnamon
yeast
ADD INGREDIENTS:
raisins
RASPBERRY BRAID
Dough Recipe
Canadian
American
1 cup
1 tbsp.
1-1/4 tsp.
2 tbsp.
2 tbsp.
2-1/2 cups
1/2 tsp.
1 tsp.
1 cup
1
3/4 tsp.
3 tbsp.
2 tbsp.
3-1/3 cups
3/4 tsp.
1/3 cup
1/4 cup
2 tbsp.
FILLING:
raspberry jam
butter, melted - cooled
1/4 cup
2 tbsp.
1 tbsp.
1 tbsp.
2 tbsp.
1/4 tsp.
TOPPING:
butter, soft
brown sugar
white flour*
nutmeg
1 tbsp.
1 tbsp.
2 tbsp.
1/4 tsp.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Measure first 8 ingredients in the order listed into Baking Pan.
Insert Baking Pan into oven chamber,twist to secure.Close lid.
Select:Sweet Bread Setting.
Select “Regular”or “Dark”crust.
Press Start - There will be a 15-minute preheat delay before
mixing begins.
6. Add raisins when “Add Ingredient”signal beeps.
7. Using oven mitts,remove bread when completion beeps sound.
8. Cool on a wire rack before slicing.
Time:3:50 hrs
* In U.S., use Bread Flour; in Canada, use either Bread Flour or
All-Purpose Flour.
Canadian
milk
egg, beaten
salt
sugar
butter
white flour*
yeast
1 cup
1
3/4 tsp.
3 tbsp.
2 tbsp.
3-1/4 cups
3/4 tsp.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Measure first 7 ingredients in the order listed into Baking Pan.
Insert Baking Pan into oven chamber,twist to secure.Close lid.
Select: Dough/Pasta Setting.
Press Start - There will be a 25-minute preheat delay before
mixing begins.
5. When cycle is complete, remove dough from machine to
a lightly floured surface. Divide dough in half. Roll each
half into a 14” x 9” rectangle. Spread with 1/4 cup
raspberry jam lengthwise down center third of rectangle.
Make diagonal cuts from outer edges one inch apart and
three inches long. Fold alternate strips of dough over
filling. Place on greased baking sheet. Brush with
melted, cooled butter. Cover & let rise 30 minutes or until
double in volume. Sprinkle half of butter, sugar and flour
mixture over each dough braid. (see diagram below)
6. Bake at 350oF for 30-35 minutes. Yield: Makes 2 braids.
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Pasta Recipes
For the do-it-yourself Pasta Lover.
BASIC PASTA DOUGH
American
1/2 cup
1
2 tbsp.
1/2 tsp.
2-3/4 cups
Dough Recipe
water
egg, beaten
olive oil
salt
semolina/pasta flour
SPINACH PASTA DOUGH
Canadian
American
Dough Recipe
1/2 cup
1
2 tbsp.
1/2 tsp.
2-1/2 cups
1/3 cup
1
3 tbsp.
water
egg, beaten
frozen spinach, drained
finely chopped
olive oil
salt
semolina/pasta flour
1. Mix water and egg with a fork.
2. Add water-egg mixture and remaining ingredients in order
listed into the Baking Pan.
3. Insert Baking Pan into oven chamber,twist to secure.Close lid.
4. Select: Dough/Pasta Setting.
5. Press Start - There will be a 25-minute preheat delay before
mixing begins.
6. Allow to mix until the “Add Ingredient”signal beeps (in 45-50
minutes).
7. Press Start/Reset button to STOP cycle.
8. Remove pasta dough from the Baking Pan and divide into 3
portions. Cover the 2 portions waiting to be rolled.
9. Set smooth rollers of a pasta machine as far apart as possible.
Feed through one piece of dough. Fold in half both lengthwise
and crosswise as required and re-roll 4-6 more times until
smooth, shiny and elastic. Start to roll dough thinner by
increasing number setting, until dough is 1/16"- 1/8" or
desired thickness.
10. Move handle of pasta machine to desired cutter blade and roll
through onto lightly floured towel. Repeat with remaining 2
portions of pasta dough. Dry for 10 minutes. Cook, or cover
and refrigerate for use within 24 hours or freeze for use within
a month.
11. To cook pasta: Bring a large volume of water to a boil in a
large pot. Add small amount of salt and oil to the water. Add
pasta and bring back to the boil. Continue to boil 3-5 minutes
or until pasta is al dente (firm, but cooked). Drain and add
favorite sauce.
2 tbsp.
1/2 tsp.
2-3/4 cups
Canadian
1/3 cup
1
3 tbsp.
2 tbsp.
1/2 tsp.
2-1/2 cups
1. Mix water and egg with a fork.
2. Add water-egg mixture and remaining ingredients in order
listed into the Baking Pan.
3. Insert Baking Pan into oven chamber,twist to secure.Close lid.
4. Select: Dough/Pasta Setting.
5. Press Start - There will be a 25-minute preheat delay before
mixing begins.
6. Allow to mix until the “Add Ingredient”signal beeps (in 45-50
minutes).
7. Press Start/Reset button to STOP cycle.
8. Remove pasta dough from the Baking Pan and divide into 3
portions. Cover the 2 portions waiting to be rolled.
9. Set smooth rollers of a pasta machine as far apart as possible.
Feed through one piece of dough. Fold in half both lengthwise
and crosswise as required and re-roll 4-6 more times until
smooth, shiny and elastic. Start to roll dough thinner by
increasing number setting, until dough is 1/16"- 1/8" or
desired thickness.
10. Move handle of pasta machine to desired cutter blade and roll
through onto lightly floured towel. Repeat with remaining 2
portions of pasta dough. Dry for 10 minutes. Cook, or cover
and refrigerate for use within 24 hours or freeze for use within
a month.
11. To cook pasta: Bring a large volume of water to a boil in a
large pot. Add small amount of salt and oil to the water. Add
pasta and bring back to the boil. Continue to boil 3-5 minutes
or until pasta is al dente (firm, but cooked). Drain and add
favorite sauce.
Remember, pasta dough will be ready when the “AddIngredient” signal beeps. That means you will have pasta
dough in about 45-50 minutes.
If your pasta dough is sticky, simply add a little more semolina
flour or chill before shaping.
* In U.S., use Bread Flour; in Canada, use either Bread Flour or
All-Purpose Flour.
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Q6:
If the power goes out while I’m in the middle of a
breadmaking cycle, will my Breadmaker continue
to process my bread once the power comes back
on?
Questions About The Breadmaker :
Q1:
What do I do if the mixing paddle stays in the loaf?
Is this normal? How do I remove the paddle?
The mixing paddle may stay in the loaf when the bread is
removed from the bread pan. This happens because the crust
forms around the paddle during the baking process. Allow
the loaf to cool before removing the mixing paddle (the inside
of the loaf is VERY HOT- you may burn yourself if you try to
remove the paddle too soon.)
When the loaf has cooled, use a plastic spoon or rubber
spatula to remove the paddle. Gently insert the
spoon/spatula into the bottom of the loaf and loosen the
crust from the paddle. Pull the paddle out. DO NOT use a
sharp object (knife, metal utensil) as it will scratch the
non-stick coating on the mixing paddle.
Q2:
What do I do if the mixing paddle is hard to
remove from the baking Pan after baking?
The breadmaker will only finish making bread if the power
returns within 20 seconds. Unfortunately, if your power
outage is longer, you will have to discard the unfinished bread
and start the process from the beginning.
Q7:
What is the minimum and maximum time cycle
can be delayed?
You can delay baking for a maximum of 13 hours for any
bread type setting except rapid bake. The rapid bake setting
is designed to bake bread in under 2 hours.
The minimum time you can delay baking is one minute
longer than the completion time for the selected bread type
setting.
Questions About Ingredients/Recipes :
Remove the Baking Pan from the unit and fill with hot water
allowing it to soak for 30 minutes to an hour.Next,pour out the
water,turn the Pan over and wiggle the Paddle loose while
holding the winged coupling on the bottom of the Pan.Using a
toothpick or soft kitchen brush clean out any dough left in the
hole of the Paddle.
Q8:
When do I add raisins, nuts, etc. to the bread?
Q3:
Is there any time that I should not use the delayed
start feature?
Yes, when the recipe calls for perishable ingredients such as
milk, cheese, buttermilk, or eggs. These foods should not stay
at room temperature for an extended period of time. With
some recipes, you may substitute powdered milk.
Q4:
Can I open the lid while the breadmaker is
operating?
This breadmaker has an “Add-Ingredient” function that
signals with an audible tone to let you know when you may
add raisins, nuts, caraway seeds, etc. (NOTE: The time of the
tone varies from one setting to another. Consult the
“Add-Ingredient” chart on page 10.) The “Add-Ingredient”
feature helps reduce the breaking up of added foods . If you
are using the Timer and it is more convenient, you may add
ingredients at the start.
Q9:
May I use a sugar substitute in place of sugar?
Sugar is necessary for the yeast to produce a light loaf with a
good height. Results may vary with the type and amount of
sugar substitute used. If you are going to use an artificial
sweetener choose one that is aspartame based rather than
saccharin based.
This breadmaker is designed with a window in the lid to let
you watch your bread’s progress. Quick checks are fine in the
early stages of operation and of course to add ingredients
when the beeper sounds. However, don’t open the lid too
frequently during operation as the change in air temperature
may cause the loaf to fall. Avoid opening the lid once the
baking period begins—the last hour of the cycle. Sometimes
condensation forms on the window after initial mixing and
kneading. It usually disappears once the baking cycle starts
so you should be able to get a clear view of your rising loaf.
Q10:
May I omit the salt or sugar from the recipe?
No, both the sugar and salt play an important role in the
bread making process. Salt prevents the yeast from
over-reacting and the bread from over-rising. The
combination of sugar, salt, and yeast is a very important part
of the bread making process. Remember that the total sugar
and salt amounts are divided among all the slices, so the
amount of sugar and salt per serving is small.
Q5:
Where is the OFF button?
Since the breadmaker shuts off its “processing” automatically
once the bread or dough cycle is complete and the “Keeps
Warm” cycle ends, there is no OFF button. However, the
power light will remain on until the unit is unplugged or the
Start/Reset button is pressed and held.
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Q11:
When I make dough, it is very sticky and difficult
to work with. How can I handle it more easily?
oats, cornmeal, bran cereal, cracked wheat, etc.). Use the
recipes in this book to help determine the ratio of dry
ingredients to liquid and amounts of yeast, sugar, salt, and
shortening (or butter/margarine) to use.
Dough may be somewhat sticky at the end of the dough
cycle. This is normal. For best results, turn it out of the
Baking Pan onto a floured surface, cover it and let it rest for
10 minutes. Lightly flour the board and your hands when
handling the dough. This will make it easier to shape and
divide. Once shaped, the dough must be baked in a
conventional oven.
Q18:
Why does some flour occasionally stick to the side
of the bread?
There are many factors that may affect whether a dough
mixes completely or ingredients stick to the sides:
• Dough may be too dry (ingredients may have been
measured incorrectly).
• Mixing Paddle was not placed correctly in the Baking
Pan. Be sure it is pushed securely onto the shaft.
• Baking Pan is not placed in the unit correctly. Be sure to
“lock” the Pan into place.
• Ingredients were not added in the recommended order.
It is very important to add ingredients in the order listed in
the recipe and to measure accurately.
Sometimes during the initial mixing period, small amounts
of flour and dry ingredients may get stuck to the sides of the
Baking Pan. When the loaf rises and bakes, the dry
ingredients may stick to the bread. Once the loaf is removed
from the Baking Pan and has cooled 10-15 minutes, the dry
ingredients may be scraped off the loaf easily with a knife.
Q12:
Can I bake products formed from doughs in my
microwave oven?
No, once shaped, the dough must be baked in a conventional
oven.
Q13:
How do I know when dough is ready to bake?
Dough should have doubled in size.
Q14:
How does the pasta come out of the Breadmaker?
This breadmaker includes a setting to make dough for pasta.
However, once the pasta dough is completed, it must be
removed and shaped just like any dough must be rolled,
braided, or otherwise shaped. You may use a pasta maker or
pasta shaper (there are special pans – similar to muffin tins –
to shape ravioli and some other kinds of filled pasta) to
shape your pasta. Pasta dough does not need to rise, therefore it can be removed from the breadmaker according to the
instructions in the recipes, see page 30.
Q15:
Why do the loaves vary in height and weight? The
whole wheat and multi-grain breads are
frequently shorter. Am I doing something wrong?
No, it is normal for whole wheat and multi-grain breads to
be shorter and denser than basic white breads. Whole wheat
and rye flours are heavier than white flour, therefore, they
don’t rise as much during the bread making process. They
also typically have added ingredients, such as oats, bran,
nuts and raisins, which contribute to the shorter height and
denser texture.
Q16:
What is gluten?
Gluten is the protein in flour that makes dough elastic and
allows it to stretch and expand. It gives your bread structure.
The amount of gluten varies from one flour to another.
Q17:
Can I use my favorite bread recipes in my bread
machine?
Q19:
Can I make cakes and quick breads (breads that do
not use yeast) in my breadmaker?
No, the breadmaker is designed to mix, knead, and bake yeast
breads. It is not recommended for use with non-yeast foods,
such as cakes, cookie dough or quick breads. These foods use
leavening agents (baking powder, and/or baking soda) that
react best with short mixing and baking. If you are looking
for something to satisfy your sweet tooth, there are several
recipes in this book for sweet breads.
Q20:
Why does my bread rise and then collapse or form
craters?
Your bread may be rising too fast. To decrease the rate of
rising, try reducing the amount of sugar, increasing the
amount of salt slightly, or reducing the amount of yeast.
Refer to the “Trouble Shooting Guide” on pg. 12 for correct
adjustments.
Q21:
Is it important for ingredients to be at room
temperature before adding them to the Baking
Pan?
No, as long as ingredients are not extremely cold or hot. Milk,
eggs, butter/margarine, and yeast can be added directly from
the refrigerator with good results. When a recipe calls for
water, use lukewarm water since it’s easy to get from the tap.
Yes, but you will need to experiment to get the right
proportion of ingredients. Become familiar with the unit
and make several loaves of bread before you begin
experimenting. Never exceed a total amount of 4-2/3 cups
(U.S) or 4 cups (Cdn.) dry ingredients (that includes flours,
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Q22:
Which kind of yeast is the best to use?
Yeast specially packaged for Bread Machines, Traditional
Dry Yeast, Rapid Rise, or Quick Rise Yeast, can all be used
with good results. The most important thing is to be sure the
expiration date is not up. All the recipes in this cookbook
were developed using Bread Machine Yeast. If you prefer to
use Traditional, Quick Rise or Rapid Rise Yeast, increase the
amount of yeast you use in the recipe by 1/4 teaspoon.
Q23:
Sometimes when I cut my bread, it’s too sticky and
it falls apart or it starts to mash down and won’t
slice cleanly. What can I do?
Q25:
What will happen if I leave the bread in the Baking
Pan after baking?
This unit has a 60-minute “Keep Warm” cycle that lets you
leave the bread in the pan for up to an hour after baking is
completed. Once that warming cycle is over, it’s best to
remove the bread immediately or the bottom of your loaf
will absorb moisture and become soggy. The soggy part of
the bread will not be as tasty when it dries out and it will go
stale quickly. The sides of the bread may also become moist
and mushy.
Q26:
Can the recipe be cut in half?
If your bread is sticky or mashes down, it may be too hot! Be
sure to allow 15 to 30 minutes for your bread to cool before
slicing. Place finished bread on a wire cooling rack to let air
circulate around it. You may want to try using an electric
knife to slice bread instead of cutting it manually. An electric
knife has blades that slide back and forth to let you slice
straight through bread and avoid mashing it down by
putting pressure on the top of the loaf.
No, the recipe can not be cut in half as temperatures are
programmed for either a 1.5 or 2.0 lb loaf. For a smaller loaf,
use the recipe developed for the 1.5 lb loaf. If you want to
reduce wastage, you can freeze half the loaf for later use.
Q24:
Why did I end up with a short, dense, doughy
bread? Why didn’t the bread rise?
The package instructions will list the amount of water and
amount of yeast to use. Be sure to add liquid, then dry
ingredients, followed by yeast. Remember not to allow the
yeast to sit in the liquid.
The bread type setting is dependent upon the type of bread
mix being used. i.e.White bread uses the Basic Bread setting;
Sweet Bread setting is for use with dried fruit , cheese or
nuts; Whole wheat or multi-grain should use the Whole
Grain setting. Crust setting either Regular or Dark, is a
personal preference.
The most common reason for unrisen bread is the yeast.
Maybe you forgot to add the yeast. Perhaps the yeast was
bad or expired (always check expiration dates). Also, if the
mixing wasn’t complete, you may have rising problems. Did
you check to see if the mixing paddle was moving at the
beginning of your cycle?
Q27:
How can bread mixes be used in the machine and
at what setting?
Other Questions?
Please Call Us Toll Free!
1-800-465-6070 in Canada &
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