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Thank you for purchasing a Ginny’s Brand Bread
Machine. You’ll be surprised at what this appliance
can do — it’s not just for bread anymore! From rice to
jam to yogurt... and of course, any type of bread you
can imagine, you’ll be using this machine every day.
It’s a natural addition to your kitchen, with a design
that will fit with any decor, so make it a permanent
fixture on your countertop. Enjoy!
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
2
Important Safeguards
3
Electrical Safety and Specifications
4
Get to Know Your Appliance
4–5
How to Operate
6–13
Cleaning & Care
14
Troubleshooting
15–18
Recipes and Notes 19–31
Warranty
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IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
READ CAREFULLY BEFORE USING AND SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS!
• FOR HOUSEHOLD USE ONLY. Do not use this appliance for other than its
intended use.
• REMOVE all packaging materials and labels before first use. Please
dispose of the packaging materials via the appropriate recycling system,
in an environmentally friendly manner.
• WASH all removable parts before first use. See Cleaning & Care.
• A SHORT CORD is provided to reduce the hazards resulting from
entanglement or tripping. Do not drape the cord over the counter or
tabletop, where it can be pulled on or tripped over. Never wrap the cord
tightly around the appliance, as this could cause the cord to fray or
break.
• We do not recommend using an extension cord with this appliance.
However, IF AN EXTENSION CORD IS USED, the marked electrical rating
should be at least as great as the electrical rating of this appliance.
• CLOSE SUPERVISION is necessary when using this appliance near
CHILDREN.
• A fire may occur if this appliance is used near FLAMMABLE MATERIALS,
including curtains, towels, walls, etc. Do not place any paper, plastic, or
other non-food items in the appliance. Do not place the appliance or its
cord on or near a heated surface, or in a heated oven.
• This appliance should always be used on a STABLE, DRY, HEAT-RESISTANT
SURFACE. Do not use near water.
• Do not use an accessory or attachment not recommended by Ginny’s, as
this may cause injury, or damage the appliance.
• Keep hands, hair and clothing away from all MOVING PARTS.
• Always use OVEN MITTS when handling hot food or appliances. Do not
attempt to move an appliance when it is hot, or has hot contents.
Remove the bread pan from the machine using oven mitts, even if it is
on keep warm.
• Do not use outdoors.
• Turn OFF AND UNPLUG this appliance when not in use.
• NO SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE THIS APPLIANCE.
• DO NOT USE AN APPLIANCE WITH A DAMAGED CORD OR PLUG, OR
AFTER THE APPLIANCE MALFUNCTIONS, OR HAS BEEN DAMAGED IN ANY
MANNER.
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ELECTRICAL SAFETY
This appliance is equipped with a three-prong grounding plug. This is a
safety feature to reduce the risk of electrical shock. Using an extension
cord is not recommended with this appliance. It is recommended that
an electrical outlet serving ONLY this appliance be used. This outlet must
be properly installed and grounded. If you have any questions about the
grounding or electrical instructions, contact a qualified electrician. Do not
attempt to modify the plug in any way. Ginny’s cannot accept any liability
for damage or injury resulting from failure to observe these safety
procedures.
SPECIFICATIONS
POWER RATING
CAPACITY
CORD LENGTH
DIMENSIONS
MODEL
120V, 60Hz, 600W
1 loaf
46”
13.75”L x 9”W x 11.5”H
BM100
GET TO KNOW YOUR APPLIANCE
DISPLAY SYMBOLS
MENU SELECTION
WEIGHT SELECTION
TIME DELAY
BAKE
MIX
KEEP WARM
REST
COMPLETE
RISE
COLOR
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1. Display
2. Lid with Window
3. Paddle
4. Bread Pan
5. Housing
6. Operation Buttons
7. Measuring Spoon
8. Hook
9. Measuring Cup
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HOW TO OPERATE
OPERATION BUTTONS
MENU: Use to choose a pre-programmed function. Press MENU repeatedly
to scroll through the options. The program numbers will show on the display
screen accompanied by short beeps. A list of menu options is listed on top of
the lid. When you see the number of the function you desire, stop pressing
MENU. Details of the menu choices are on pages 8 and 9.
WEIGHT: Press to choose your desired weight (1 lb., 11/2 lbs. or 2 lbs.). The
default weight (if you don’t make a choice) is 11/2 lbs.
COLOR: Use to select your desired crust setting,
(light, medium,
or dark). This button represents temperature for BAKE: light = 2200F,
medium = 2390F, dark = 2570F. The default color (if you don’t make a choice)
is medium (2390F).
TIME+/TIME - : These buttons can be used with MIX, DOUGH or BAKE, or to
set a DELAY START TIME:
1. Press (+) or (-) buttons to increase the cycle time shown on the LCD display. Add up to 15 hours including the delay time and your chosen bread program.
2. Set the delay time after selecting MENU, WEIGHT and COLOR.
3. DO NOT use the delay with recipes that include dairy or other ingredients that will spoil.
4. Please note the delay time should also include the baking
time of the program. When complete, the bread machine will
shift to KEEP WARM for 1 hour.
Example: The time is 10:00 a.m., but I want the bread to start
cooking at 3:00 p.m. (in 5 hours), so it’s done at 6:00. I add my
ingredients, select BASIC BREAD, weight is 11/2 lbs. (default cooking
time is 3 hours), medium color. Then I press TIME+ to add 5 hours to
the default time, for a total of 8. Press START to activate the delay
program, the indicator will light up, the dots will flash and the timer
countdown will begin.
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MIX:
This button gives continuous stirring action with no heat. The
default time for mixing is 15 minutes.
DOUGH: Use this operation to mix, rest
and rise
any dough, such
as dough for pizza crust, or a bread you want to shape and bake in a
traditional oven (like our recipes on pages 27-28).
BAKE:
Use COLOR to select the temperature (light = 2210F, medium =
2390F, and dark = 2570F). The default time is 30 minutes.
START/PAUSE/STOP: Press once to start a program. The icon or menu choice
is displayed and the colon in the time will begin to flash. All other buttons are
deactivated except START/PAUSE/STOP after a program has begun.
• Press START/PAUSE/STOP one time to pause a program. Press again to restart the program. If the program is not restarted within 3
minutes, the program will restart automatically.
• Press START/PAUSE/STOP for 3 seconds to cancel a program.
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MENU CHOICES (listed on the lid)
1. BASIC BREAD: Traditional kneading, rising and baking times for bread
made with regular white flour. See our recipe on page 19.
2. FRENCH BREAD: Kneading, rising and baking with a longer rise time. The
bread will have a crisper crust and a lighter inside texture. See our recipe on
page 21.
3. WHOLE WHEAT BREAD: Kneading, rising and baking of bread made with
whole wheat flour. This setting has a longer pre-heat time to allow the grain
to soak up the liquid and expand. Whole wheat usually produces a thicker
crust and a smaller loaf than white bread. We do not recommend using the
delay function with this setting. See our recipe on page 21.
4. SWEET BREAD: Makes a richer bread because of the addition of eggs,
butter, milk or cream, and sugar. Sweet breads are often made with fruit
juices, grated coconut, dry fruits, chocolate, etc. Due to a longer rising
phase, the bread will be light and airy. The bread machine pauses and
beeps 6 times at 70 minutes into the process, to allow you to add fruit or
nuts (during the final knead cycle). See our recipe on page 22.
5. GLUTEN-FREE BREAD: Use gluten-free flours. This program has a long
second rising time. This setting works well with pre-packaged bread mixes,
or with our recipe on page 23.
6. QUICK BREAD: Kneading, rising and baking time is shorter than basic
bread. The bread interior structure is denser. Rapid breads are made with
baking powder and baking soda, rather than yeast. See our recipe on page
24.
7. RYE BREAD: Denser than white bread. It is higher in fiber, darker in color
and stronger in flavor. See our recipe on page 24.
8. WHITE RICE: 1 cup rice, 2 cups water, 1 tsp. salt. Cover the bread pan
with foil, and make 3 cups of perfectly cooked, fluffy rice in 40 minutes.
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9. BROWN RICE: 1 cup brown rice, 2 cups water, 1 tsp. salt. Cover the bread
pan with foil, and make 3 cups of perfectly cooked brown rice in 60 minutes.
10. RICE PUDDING: The best and sweetest way to use up leftover rice. See
our recipe on page 25.
11. OATMEAL: 1/2 cup steel-cut oats, 2 cups water and a pinch of salt makes
about 11/2 cups of healthy oatmeal in 45 minutes. If using quick oats, 1/2 cup
oats to 1 cup water, a pinch of salt, and stop the program after 10 minutes.
Stir in chopped apples, nuts or raisins for a complete meal.
12. YOGURT: This 8 hour program turns your whole milk into yogurt! See
page 25 for our basic recipe.
13. CAKE: Mixing, rising (with the aid of soda or baking powder) and
baking occurs. Use a from-scratch recipe, or a box mix (the “moist” kinds
work best) with this setting. Add all wet ingredients first. When done,
before removing the bread pan, check your cake with a toothpick. If the
toothpick does not come out clean, continue cooking using BAKE at
5-minute intervals until toothpick comes out clean.
14. JAM: For making jams from fresh or frozen fruits. Do not allow the
recipe to boil over the bread pan into the baking chamber. Should this
happen, stop the machine immediately and remove the bread pan. Unplug
and allow to cool, then clean throughly. See our recipe on page 26.
15. BROWN/SAUTE: Use this function to brown onions, or cook a meal for
one. See our recipe for Chicken Stir-Fry on page 26.
Note: Default times for each menu selection can be found in the
table on page 12.
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HOW TO OPERATE
READY, SET, GO!
1. Put the bread pan in the bread machine
(hold the handle, gently push down
and turn the pan clockwise).
Push the kneading paddle onto the
drive shaft inside the bread pan.
PADDLE
DRIVE SHAFT
2. Add the ingredients to the bread pan in this order:
• First, liquid ingredients at room temperature or as specified in the recipe.
• Second, dry ingredients. Add the flour gently and make sure it is
evenly distributed over the liquid. If you pour it onto the liquid
too quickly, the liquid may seep up through the flour and affect the
action of the yeast. This is particularly important if you are using the
time delay.
• Last, yeast. The yeast must be kept separate from the wet
ingredients and the salt. Create a small hole in the dry ingredients using a spoon and place the yeast in the hole. Make sure the yeast
is fresh – check the expiration date. Ensure the ingredients are at
room temperature unless the recipe states otherwise.
Yeast/Soda
Salt
Dry Ingredients
Liquid
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3. Close the lid.
4. Plug the bread machine into an outlet. The display panel will illuminate
and show the default setting (1, 3.00, medium, for BASIC BREAD).
5. If you wish to use a program other than the default, press MENU
repeatedly until the number of the program you desire shows on the
display. Menu options are listed on the lid for easy reference.
6. Press COLOR to select the desired crust color (LIGHT, MEDIUM or
DARK).
Note: If you want to delay the start time
, press TIME+ or
TIME - (for full details see page 6). Skip this step if
you want the bread machine to start immediately.
7. Press START. The bread machine will automatically take care of each step
of the programmed process. The remaining time will countdown on the
display screen.
8. If making bread, check the dough after a few minutes to make sure
that flour is not being left in the corners of the bread pan. Pause
once, open the lid and if needed, use a nonstick spatula to scrape the
flour so it will be evenly mixed in. Close the lid again and restart the
program.
9. After the baking process is complete, the bread machine will beep
10 times and go to keep warm for 1 hour. The display will read 0:00
with
. After 60 minutes, keep warm will shut off and
will be
displayed. Crust may darken while on keep warm. To cancel the keep
warm process, press START/PAUSE/STOP for 3 seconds.
10. When turned off, the default setting will appear in the display screen
(1, 3:00).
11. Open the lid, and using oven mitts, grasp the handle, turn the bread
pan counter-clockwise, and gently pull the pan straight up and out of
the bread machine.
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12. Turn the bread pan upside down and gently shake the loaf (picture
below) onto a cooling rack or cutting board. If the loaf does not fall out
right away, gently loosen the sides of the loaf with a nonstick spatula.
Let the loaf cool for 20–30 minutes.
13. Sometimes the kneading paddle may
remain in the loaf. If it does, use the
hook or a spoon to remove the paddle
from the base of the loaf. Take care as
the paddle will be very hot. Always
remove the paddle before slicing the loaf
of bread.
Default times per menu choice by weight selection:
Menu Choice
1. Basic Bread
2. French Bread
3. Whole Wheat Bread
4. Sweet Bread
5. Gluten-Free Bread
6. Quick Bread
7. Rye Bread
8. White Rice
9. Brown Rice
10. Rice Pudding
11. Oatmeal
12. Yogurt
13. Cake
14. Jam
15. Brown/Saute
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1 lb.
3:05 hr.
4:05 hr.
4:05 hr.
3:50 hr.
3:05 hr.
2:05 hr.
4:05 hr.
:40 hr.
1:00 hr.
1:40 hr.
:45 hr.
8:00 hr.
2:20 hr.
1:20 hr.
:30 hr.
11/2 lb.
3:00 hr.
4:00 hr.
4:00 hr.
3:45 hr.
3:00 hr.
2:00 hr.
4:00 hr.
:40 hr.
1:00 hr.
1:40 hr.
:45 hr.
8:00 hr.
2:20 hr.
1:20 hr.
:30 hr.
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2 lb.
2:55 hr.
3:55 hr.
3:55 hr.
3:40 hr.
2:55 hr.
1:55 hr.
3:55 hr.
:40 hr.
1:00 hr.
1:40 hr.
:45 hr.
8:00 hr.
2:20 hr.
1:20 hr.
:30 hr.
HOW TO OPERATE
Tips:
• Avoid opening the lid during rising and baking periods.
• In the event of a temporary power outage, the bread machine process
will automatically continue within 15 minutes after power is restored,
without pressing START/PAUSE/STOP. If the interruption time is longer
than 15 minutes, the bread machine will not continue running and the
LCD display will revert back to the default setting. If the dough has started
rising, discard the ingredients in the bread pan and start over. If the dough
has not entered the rising phase when the power fails, you can press START
to start the program from the beginning again.
• The bread machine is not a sealed unit and will be affected by the
temperature and humidity of the day. If it is a very hot day or the machine
is used in a hot kitchen, the bread is likely to rise more than if it is cold.
• Always use fresh ingredients. Perishable ingredients such as milk, cheese,
vegetables and fresh fruits may deteriorate, especially in warm conditions.
These should only be used in breads which are made immediately.
• Do not add too much fat, as it forms a barrier between the yeast and the
flour, slowing down the action of the yeast, which could give a heavy, dense
loaf. Cut butter and other fats into small pieces before adding to the bread
pan.
• For best results, remove finished loaves from the bread machine
immediately.
• Fresh bread is best when consumed as soon as possible. It does not
contain any preservatives so it should be eaten within 2–3 days. If you are
not eating it immediately, wrap in foil or place in a plastic bag, seal and
refrigerate up to 10 days. Bread can also be frozen (slice it first).
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CLEANING & CARE
1. Turn off and unplug the bread machine.
2. Always allow the appliance to cool completely before cleaning.
3. Disassemble all parts.
4. Do not use abrasive brushes or pads, or harsh cleaning solutions.
5. Use a soft cloth, sponge or rubber spatula to remove any stuck-on food or
residue. Hand wash in warm, soapy water.
6. Wipe the exterior housing with a damp cloth.
7. Do not immerse any electrical appliance, its cord, or its plug, into water.
8. Ensure all parts are dried thoroughly before reassembling and using
this bread machine.
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PROBLEM
CAUSE
Bread does not rise as
expected
•Whole wheat will be
lower than white
breads due to less
gluten
•Not enough liquid
•Sugar omitted or not
enough added
•Wrong type of flour
used
•Wrong type of yeast
used
•Not enough yeast
added or expired
•Liquid too hot or too
cold and yeast not
activated
•Yeast and salt came
into contact with each
other before kneading
cycle
•You opened the lid
during the rising cycle
and allowed warm air
to escape
Bread collapsed while
baking
•Environment too
cool or bread machine
knocked during rising
•Exceeding capacity of
bread pan
•Not enough salt used
or omitted
•Too much yeast
•Warm, humid weather
SOLUTION
•Normal with whole wheat flour
•Increase liquid by 3 tsp.
•Assemble ingredients as listed
in the recipe. If you are making
sweet bread, make sure you
reduce the sugar slightly if adding
sugary ingredients such as
candied fruits
•Use correct flour as specified in
recipe
•For best results use fast action
yeast
•Measure amount recommended
and check use by date on packet
•Use liquids at room temperature
•Make sure they remain separate
when added to the bread pan
•Do not open lid during rising
•Reposition bread machine
•Do not use more ingredients than
recommended
•Use correct amount per recipe
•Measure yeast carefully
•Reduce liquid by 3 tsp. and reduce
yeast by ¼ tsp.
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PROBLEM
Flat loaf, no rising
CAUSE
SOLUTION
•Yeast omitted
•Yeast expired
•Liquid too hot
•Too much salt added
or salt came into
contact with yeast
•Delay start used—
yeast became wet
before bread making
commenced
•Use correct amount per recipe
•Check use by date on packet
•Use liquids at room temperature
•Use correct amount per recipe
Top inflated; mushroom
shape
•Too much yeast
•Too much sugar
•Too much flour
•Not enough salt
•Warm, humid weather
•Reduce yeast by ¼ tsp.
•Reduce sugar by 1 tsp.
•Reduce flour by 6-8 tsp.
•Use correct amount per recipe
•Reduce liquid by 3 tsp. and yeast by
¼ tsp.
Top and sides of bread
cave in
•Too much liquid
•Reduce liquid by 3 tsp. next time or
add a little extra flour
•Measure correctly
•Chill the water or add milk
straight from the fridge
Top of bread is not
smooth
•Not enough liquid
•Too much flour
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•Too much yeast
•High humidity and
warm weather may
have caused the dough
to rise too much
•Add ingredients in correct order
making sure yeast cannot come
into contact with the liquid
•Increase liquid by 3 tsp.
•Measure flour accurately
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PROBLEM
CAUSE
SOLUTION
Loaf uneven and shorter •Dough too dry
at one end
•Increase liquid by 3 tsp.
Heavy, dense texture
•Too much flour
•Not enough yeast
•Not enough sugar
•Measure accurately
Open, course texture
•Salt omitted
•Too much yeast
•Too much liquid
•Measure accurately
•Reduce liquid by 3 tsp.
Center of loaf is raw
•Too much liquid
•Reduce liquid by 3 tsp.
•Quantities too large for •Do not use more ingredients than
machine
recommended
Bread does not slice
well and is sticky
•Sliced while hot
•Wrong knife used
Crust too light or too
dark
•Allow bread to cool for at least 30
minutes to allow steam to escape
before slicing
•Use a serrated bread knife
•Wrong crust color
•Choose another setting next time
selected
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PROBLEM
Kneading paddle
cannot be removed
from pan
CAUSE
SOLUTION
•Dough is baked on
•Soak for 10 minutes and twist
kneading paddle slightly to loosen
Bread sticks to pan/
difficult to shake out
•Next time, lightly wipe the inside of
the bread pan with vegetable oil
Bread machine not
operating/kneading;
paddle not moving
•Bread machine not
•Plug in. After selecting program,
switched on/plugged in press START/STOP to start machine
•Bread pan not
•Check pan is locked in place
correctly positioned
correctly
•Time delay selected
•Bread machine will not start until
start time is reached
Ingredients not mixed
•Did not start bread
machine
•Forgot to put kneading
paddle in bread pan
•After selecting program, press
START/STOP to start machine
•Always make sure paddle is in
position on drive shaft before adding
ingredients
Burning odor noted on
operation
•Ingredients spilled
inside baking chamber
•Take care when adding ingredients
to bread pan— if ingredients spill
into chamber burning can occur
Display screen shows
“HHH” and machine
beeps continuously
•Temperature inside
bread machine is too
high— machine still
hot after the previous
baking procedure
•Press START/STOP, open lid and
allow machine to cool down for
10–20 minutes— restart
Display screen shows
“E EO”
•Temperature sensor is
faulty
•Contact Customer Service
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RECIPES
Basic White Bread
11/3 cups warm water
¼ cup vegetable oil
2 Tbsp. sugar
1/3 cup cornstarch
31/2 cups whole wheat flour
2 tsp. salt
1 packet (1/4 oz.) active dry yeast
1. Place all ingredients in the bread machine pan in the order listed, except
the yeast.
2. Make a hole in the top of the flour with a spoon, and add the yeast.
3. Close the lid and select BASIC BREAD, START.
4. Remove from pan when done. Let cool 20–30 minutes before slicing.
Makes 1 loaf (approximately 1½–2 lbs.)
Cheddar Bread
11/4 cups warm milk
1 Tbsp. butter, softened
2 Tbsp. sugar
1½ cups cheddar cheese, shredded
3 cups flour
1 tsp. salt
1 packet (1/4 oz.) active dry yeast
1. Place all ingredients in the bread machine pan in the order listed, except
the yeast.
2. Make a hole in the top of the flour with a spoon, and add the yeast.
3. Close the lid and select BASIC BREAD, START.
4. Remove from pan when done. Let cool 20–30 minutes before slicing.
Makes 1 loaf (approximately 1½–2 lbs.)
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RECIPES
Beer Bread with Garlic Dill Dip
Bread:
11/8 cups warm, flat beer
2 Tbsp. olive oil
2 Tbsp. sugar
31/2 cups flour
¾ tsp. salt
1 packet (1/4 oz.) active dry yeast
1. Place all ingredients in the bread machine pan in the order listed, except
the yeast.
2. Make a hole in the top of the flour with a spoon, and add the yeast.
3. Close the lid and select BASIC BREAD, START.
4. Remove from pan when done. Let cool 20–30 minutes before slicing.
Dip:
½ cup plain Greek yogurt or sour cream
½ cup mayonnaise
1 Tbsp. minced garlic
2 tsp. dill weed
¼ tsp. salt
1. Mix all ingredients well.
2. Refrigerate at least 2 hours before serving.
Makes 1 loaf (approximately 1½–2 lbs.) and 1 cup dip
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French Bread
11/3 cups warm water
1½ Tbsp. vegetable oil
2 Tbsp. sugar
4 cups flour
11/2 tsp. salt
1 packet (1/4 oz.) active dry yeast
1. Place all ingredients in the bread machine pan in the order listed, except
the yeast.
2. Make a hole in the top of the flour with a spoon, and add the yeast.
3. Close the lid and select FRENCH BREAD, START.
4. Remove from pan when done. Let cool 20–30 minutes before slicing.
Makes 1 loaf (approximately 1½–2 lbs.)
Honey Whole Wheat Bread
11/8 cups warm milk
1/3 cup honey
1½ Tbsp. vegetable oil
3 cups whole wheat flour
1½ tsp. salt
1 packet (1/4 oz.) active dry yeast
1. Place all ingredients in the bread machine pan in the order listed, except
the yeast.
2. Make a hole in the top of the flour with a spoon, and add the yeast.
3. Close the lid and select WHOLE WHEAT BREAD, START.
4. Remove from pan when done. Let cool 20–30 minutes before slicing.
Makes 1 loaf (approximately 1½–2 lbs.)
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RECIPES
Cinnamon Raisin Bread
1 cup warm water
2 Tbsp. butter, softened
1/4 cup brown sugar
2 tsp. cinnamon
3 cups flour
1 tsp. salt
1 packet (1/4 oz.) active dry yeast
¾ cup raisins
1. Place all ingredients in the bread machine pan in the order listed, except
the yeast and raisins.
2. Make a hole in the top of the flour with a spoon, and add the yeast.
3. Close the lid and select SWEET BREAD, START.
4. Pause and add the raisins when the bread machine beeps 6 times (70
minutes into the program). Restart.
5. Remove from pan when done. Let cool 20–30 minutes before slicing.
6. Serve warm or toasted with butter and honey.
Makes 1 loaf (approximately 1½–2 lbs.)
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Gluten-Free Bread
This may not be the prettiest loaf of bread you make, but it will still be
delicious. (So don’t panic if the top is a little lumpy.) Enjoy!
1½ cups warm water
¼ cup olive oil
2 Tbsp. honey
3 eggs
1 Tbsp. apple cider vinegar
1 Tbsp. xanthan gum
1/3 cup cornstarch
3 cups rice flour (or other gluten-free flour)
1 tsp. salt
1 packet (1/4 oz.) active dry yeast
1. Place all ingredients in the bread machine pan in the order listed, except
the yeast.
2. Make a hole in the top of the flour with a spoon, and add the yeast.
3. Close the lid and select GLUTEN-FREE BREAD, START.
4. Remove from pan when done. Let cool 20–30 minutes before slicing.
Makes 1 loaf (approximately 1½–2 lbs.)
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Banana Bread
2 ripe bananas, mashed
2 eggs
3 Tbsp. vegetable oil
3/4 cup sugar
2 cups flour
1/2 tsp. baking soda
1 tsp. baking powder
1. Place all ingredients in the bread machine pan in the order listed.
2. Close the lid and select QUICK BREAD, START.
3. When done, before removing the bread pan, check your bread with a
toothpick. If the toothpick does not come out clean, continue cooking
using BAKE at 5 minute intervals until toothpick comes out clean.
4. Remove pan from bread machine when done. Let cool 15–20 minutes
before removing from the pan and slicing.
Makes 1 loaf (approximately 1 lb.)
Caraway Rye Bread
11/2 cups warm water
2 Tbsp. butter, softened
1/3 cup brown sugar
1 cup rye flour
23/4 cups white flour
2 tsp. caraway seeds
1½ tsp. salt
1 packet (1/4 oz.) active dry yeast
1. Place all ingredients in the bread machine pan in the order listed, except
the yeast.
2. Make a hole in the top of the flour with a spoon, and add the yeast.
3. Close the lid and select RYE BREAD, START.
4. Remove from pan when done. Let cool 20–30 minutes before slicing.
Makes 1 loaf (approximately 1½–2 lbs.)
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Rice Pudding
2 eggs, beaten
1 cup milk
2 cups leftover cooked rice
1/2 cup sugar
1. Place all ingredients in the bread machine pan.
2. Close the lid and select RICE PUDDING, START.
Serves 4–6
Plain Yogurt
41/4 cups whole milk
2 Tbsp. pre-made plain yogurt
1. Pour all but 1/4 cup of milk in the bread machine pan.
2. Whisk the remaining 1/4 cup milk with the pre-made yogurt. Pour
into the milk in the bread pan, and stir once with a plastic spatula.
3. Close the lid and select YOGURT, START.
4. Remove from pan when done (8 hours later). Pour the yogurt into a
container with a lid, whisk vigorously a few times, cover and
refrigerate for 8 hours.
5. If desired, stir in chopped fruit, honey, or granola before serving.
Makes about 31/2 cups yogurt
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Jam
3 cups frozen fruit, thawed
1 Tbsp. lemon juice
¾ cup sugar
2 Tbsp. fruit pectin
1. Place all ingredients in the bread machine pan. Stir with a plastic spatula to
blend.
2. Close the lid and select JAM, START.
3. Store in a sealed container in your refrigerator.
Makes about 11/2 cup jam.
Easy Chicken Stir-Fry
1 Tbsp. vegetable oil
1 cup chicken breast, chopped
1/2 cup onion, chopped
1/2 cup green pepper, chopped
1 tsp. garlic, minced
1 tsp. sesame seeds
soy sauce
sesame oil
1. Place all ingredients in the bread machine pan, except the seeds, sauce
and sesame oil.
2. Close the lid and select BROWN/SAUTE, select 20–25 minutes, START.
3. When done, pour from pan into a serving bowl. Stir in the sesame seeds
and toss, to taste, with soy sauce and sesame oil.
4. Serve over rice.
Serves 1
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Pizza Dough
1 cup flat beer
2 Tbsp. butter, softened
2 Tbsp. sugar
1 tsp. salt
½ tsp. dried basil or oregano
2½ cups flour
1 packet (1/4 oz.) yeast
1 tsp. cornmeal
1. Place all ingredients in the bread machine pan in the order listed, except
the yeast and corn meal.
2. Make a hole in the top of the flour with a spoon, and add the yeast.
3. Close the lid and select DOUGH, START.
4. Spread the cornmeal on your pizza pan.
5. Preheat your oven to 4000F.
6. When the dough is done, rub a little olive oil on your hands, and remove
from the bread pan. Place it on the prepared pizza pan, and spread out
with your fingers.
7. Cover the dough with a towel, and let rest 15 minutes.
8. Add toppings, and bake for 20–25 minutes on a center rack.
Serves 3–4
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Italian Bread
11/3 cups warm water
1½ tsp. olive oil
1 Tbsp. brown sugar
4 cups flour
1½ tsp. salt
1 packet (1/4 oz.) active dry yeast
1 Tbsp. cornmeal
1 egg
1. Place all ingredients in the bread machine pan in the order listed, except
the yeast, cornmeal and egg.
2. Make a hole in the top of the flour with a spoon, and add the yeast.
3. Close the lid and select DOUGH, START.
4. Remove dough from pan when done (coat your hands with a little olive oil,
if needed) and place on a lightly floured cutting board.
5. Cut the ball of dough in half with a sharp knife, fold each loaf with the cut
side on the bottom. Cover and let rise for about 45 minutes.
6. Preheat your oven to 375°F. Mix the egg in a small bowl with 1 Tbsp.
water.
7. After dough has risen, use a pastry brush to brush the egg over the top of
the loaves. With a sharp knife, cut a few hash marks on the top of the
loaves.
8. Sprinkle the cornmeal on a baking sheet. Move the loaves onto the baking
sheet.
9. Bake for 30–35 minutes. Let cool 20–30 minutes before slicing.
Makes 1 loaf (approximately 1½–2 lbs.)
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WARRANTY
Ginny’s warrants this product free from defects in material and
workmanship for one year from provable date of purchase.
Within this warranty period, Ginny’s will repair or replace, at its option,
defective parts at no charge, provided the product is returned, freight
prepaid with proof of purchase to Ginny’s. Allow 2–4 weeks for return
shipping.
This warranty does not cover improper installation, misuse, abuse or neglect
on part of the owner. Warranty is also invalid in any case that the product is
taken apart or serviced by an unauthorized service station.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights and they may vary from
state to state.
THE FOREGOING WARRANTIES ARE IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES AND
CONDITIONS, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THOSE
OF MERCHANTIBILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
Ginny’s, Inc.
1112 7th Avenue
Monroe, WI 53566
Customer Service: 800-544-1590
8:00 a.m. to Midnight CST, Monday through Friday
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