Deluxe Bread Maker 10967 Instructions for Use

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IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
Before using the electrical appliance, the following basic precautions should always be followed:
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Before using check that the voltage of the wall outlet corresponds to the one shown on the rating label.
This appliance is not intended for used by persons (including children) with reduced physical, sensory or
mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or
instruction concerning use of the appliances by a person responsible for their safety.
Close supervision is necessary when any appliance is used by or near children. Children should be
supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.
Do not touch hot surfaces. Use handles or knobs. Always use oven mitts to handle hot bread pan or hot
bread.
Do not put hand inside oven chamber after bread pan is removed. Heating unit will still be hot.
To protect against electric shock do not immerse cord, plugs, or bread maker in water or other liquid.
Unplug from outlet when not in use and cleaning. Allow to cool before putting parts on or taking them
off, or before cleaning the appliance.
Do not operate any appliance with a damaged cord or plug or after the appliance malfunctions, or is
dropped or damaged in any manner. Return the appliance to manufacturer or the nearest authorized
service agent for examination, repair or electrical /mechanical adjustment.
The use of accessory attachments not recommended by the appliance manufacturer may cause injuries.
Do not use outdoors and household use only.
Do not let cord hang over edge of table or counter or touch hot surface.
Do not place on or near a hot gas or electric burner, or in a heated oven.
Extreme caution must be used when moving an appliance containing hot oil or other hot liquids.
Never switch on the appliance without properly placed bread pan filled with ingredients.
Never beat the bread pan on the top or edge to remove the pan; this may damage the bread pan.
To disconnect, turn all controls off (START/STOP); then remove plug from wall outlet.
Do not place eyes or face in close proximity with tempered glass viewing window, in the event that the
safety glass breaks.
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19. This appliance has been fitted with an earthed plug. Please ensure the wall outlet in your house is well
earthed.
20. Do not touch any moving or spinning parts of the machine when baking.
21. Do not operate the appliance for other than its intended use.
22. Clean oven interior carefully. Do not scratch or damage heating element tube.
PARTS AND FEATURES
Part#
Description
Part#
Description
1
Top lid
6
Housing
2
Kneading paddle
7
Hook
3
Baking chamber
8
Measuring cup
4
LCD Display
9
Measuring spoon
(small end = spoon
Big end = scoop)
5
Control panel
10
Handle
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FUNCTION INTRODUCTION
CONTROL PANEL
AFTER POWER ON
Plug the bread maker into a power outlet, a beep will be heard and “3:00” will be displayed. The colon
between the “3” and “00” does not flash continuously. “1” is the default program. The arrows point to “1.5lb”
and “MEDIUM” as they are default settings.
START/STOP BUTTON
Press the START/STOP button once to start a program. The indicator will light up, and the colon in the time
display begins to flash and the program will start. Only the START/STOP button is activated after a program
has begun.
Press the START/STOP button for 0.5 seconds to switch to pause state. If there is no operation in 3 minutes,
the program will continue processing until the setting program completed.
Press the START/STOP button for 3 seconds to cancel a program. A beep will be heard, meaning that the
program has been switched off. This feature helps prevent any unintentional disruption to the operation of
program.
To remove bread, press the START/STOP button to end the baking cycle.
PREPROGRAMMED MENU
Press MENU button to select your desired programs. Each time it is pressed (accompanied by a short beep)
the program will change. Press the button once at a time, the corresponding program number will be cycled
to show on the LCD display.
CRUST COLOR
Press COLOR button to select your desired setting: Light, Medium, or Dark crust. This button is adjustable in
programs menu 1-6, 8-10, 19.
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WEIGHT
Press the Weight button to choose your desired gross weight 500g,750g,1000g (1kg).
This button is adjustable in programs menu 1-5, 8-10
DELAY TIMER (“
or ”)
Use the DELAY TIMER feature to start the bread maker at a later time. Press” or ”buttons to increase the
cycle time shown on the LCD display. Add up to 15 hours including the delay time and bread making program.
NOTES:
 Set the Delay Time after selecting PROGRAM MENU, WEIGHT, and CRUST COLOR.
 Do not use the timer function with recipes that include dairy or other perishable ingredients, such as
eggs, milk, cream, or cheese.
 Select delay time by pressing the “ or ”. Please note the delay time should include the baking time of
program. After baking program is complete, the bread machine will shift to the Keep Warm setting for 1
hour. Before starting to make bread, select the program menu. Weight and crust colour are selected first,
then press “ or ”to increase or decrease the delay time at increments of 10 minutes. The maximum
delay is 15 hours.
POWER INTERRUPTION
In the event of a power cut, the process of making bread will continue automatically within 10 minutes, even
without pressing START/STOP button. If the interruption time is longer than 15 minutes, the unit 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 again. If the dough has not entered the rising phase when
the power cord is removed from wall outlet, you can press the START/STOP button to continue the program
from the beginning.
WARNING DISPLAY
”HHH”-This warning means that the temperature inside the bread pan is too high. Press START/STOP button
(see below figure1) to stop the program, unplug the power cord, open the top lid, and let the machine cool
down completely for 10-20minutes before restarting.
”EE0”-This warning means that the temperature sensor is disconnected. Press START/STOP button (see below
figure2) to stop the program, unplug the power cord. Please check the sensor by the nearest authorized
service agent for examination, repair or electrical /mechanical adjustment.
Figure 1
Figure 2
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KEEP WARM
After the baking program is complete, the bread maker will beep 10 times and shift to Keep Warm setting for
1 hour. It will display “0:00”. To cancel the Keep Warm process, press the START/STOP button for 3 seconds.
TIP: Removing bread immediately after the baking program is complete will prevent the crust from becoming
darker.
PROGRAM MENU
1. Basic bread
For white and mixed breads, it mainly consists of basic bread flour.
2. French bread
For light breads made from fine flour. Normally the bread is fluffy and has a crispy crust. This program is not
suitable for baking recipes requiring butter, margarine or milk.
3. Sweet bread
For breads with additives such as fruit juices, grated coconut, raisins, dry fruits, chocolate or added sugar. Due
to a longer phase of rising the bread will be light and airy.
4. Ultra-fast
Kneading, rising and baking in a very fast way. The baked bread is the roughest one among all bread menus.
5. Quick bread
Kneading, rising and baking time is shorter than basic bread but longer than Ultra-fast bread. The bread
consistency is denser.
Quick breads are made with baking powder and baking soda that are activated by moisture and heat. For
perfect quick breads it is suggested that all liquids are placed in the bottom of the bread pan; dry ingredients
on top, during the initial mixing of quick bread batters. As dry ingredients may collect in the corners of the
pan, it may be necessary to help the machine mixing by using a rubber spatula to avoid flour clumps.
6. Cake
Kneading, rising and baking occurs, using soda or baking powder as a raising agent.
7. Dessert
Kneading and baking for those foods with more fat and protein.
8. Rice bread
Mix cooked rice into the flour in a 1:1 ratio to make the bread.
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9. Corn bread
Mix corn into the flour to make the bread.
10. Gluten-free bread
For bread made with gluten-free flours and baking mixtures. Gluten-free flours require longer for the
absorption of liquids and have different rising properties.
11. Gruel
Kneading and stewing to make coarse cereals gruel.
12. Sticky rice
Stirring and heating to make a glutinous rice ball
13. Mix
Stir to let the flour and liquids mix thoroughly.
14. Dough
This program prepares the yeast dough for buns, pizza crust, etc., to bake in a conventional oven. There is no
baking in this program.
15. Knead
Kneading only, no rising or baking. Used for making dough for pizzas etc.
16. Rice wine
Rising and baking polished glutinous rice.
17. Yogurt
Rising and making yogurt.
18. Jam
Use this setting for making jams from fresh fruits and marmalades from oranges. Do not increase the quantity
or 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 carefully. Allow to cool a little and clean thoroughly.
19. Bake
For additional baking of breads e.g. if a loaf is too light or not baked through. In this program, there is no
kneading or resting.
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BEFORE THE FIRST USE
Wash and dry the bread pan and kneading paddle.
Note: Do not use metal utensils in the bread pan since they may damage the non-stick surface.
CAUTION! Falling Object Hazard. The bread maker can wobble and move during the kneading cycle. Always
position it in the centre of counter/worktop away from the edge.
1. Check for any missing or damaged parts.
2. Clean all the parts according to “CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE”.
3. Set the bread maker on bake mode and bake empty for about
10 minutes. Then let it cool down and clean all the detachable
parts. The appliance may emit a little smoke and/or odour when
you turn it on for the first time. This is normal and will subside
after the first or second use. Make sure the appliance has
sufficient ventilation.
4. Dry all parts thoroughly and assemble them, the appliance is
ready for use.
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Detailed Instructions
1. Using the bread pan handle, turn the bread pan counter-clockwise and then pull it out of the appliance.
2. Push the kneading paddle onto the drive shaft inside the bread pan.
3. Add the ingredients to the bread pan in the order listed in the recipe. First add the liquids, sugar, and salt;
then the flour; and last the yeast.
4. Carefully measure and add ingredients to the bread pan in the EXACT order given in the recipe.
5. NOTE: Make a small indentation on the top of flour with your finger, add yeast into the indentation. Make
sure that yeast does not come into contact with salt or liquids.
Tip: Measure all ingredients, including add-ins (nuts, raisins) before you begin.
6. Place the bread pan into the bread maker and make sure it is firmly locked in place by turning it clockwise.
Close the lid.
7. NOTE: Bread pan must lock into place for proper mixing and kneading.
8. Plug in the appliance. A beep will be heard and the LCD display will default to Program 1.
9. Press PROPGRAM MENU button until your desired program is displayed.
10. Press the WEIGHT button to move the arrow to 500g,750g, 1000g (1kg). (WEIGHT is not an option in
program 6-7, 11-19.)
11. Press the CRUST button and move the arrow to desired setting: Light, Medium, Dark crust.(Crust is not
adjustable in program 6-7, 11-19.)
12. If desired, set the DELAY TIMER button. Press + and – buttons to increase the cycle time shown on the LCD
display.(Delay function is not available in program 4-7, 10-11, 13, 15-19)
13. NOTE: Do not use the feature when using dairy, eggs, etc. This step may be skipped if you want the bread
maker to start working immediately.
14. Press the START/STOP button once to start program. The bread maker will beep once and “3:00” will be
displayed. The colon between the “3” and “00” does not flash continuously and the indicator will light up.
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The kneading paddle will begin to mix your ingredients. If the Delay Timer was activated, kneading paddle
will not mix ingredients until program is set to begin.
15. For add-ins (fruits, nuts, raisins), the machine will beep 10x. Open the lid and pour in your add-ins. (This
function is adjustable in programs: Menu1-5, 8-10.)The timing varies by program.
16. Once the process is complete, 10x beeps will be heard and shift to the Keep Warm setting for 1 hour. You
can press START/STOP button for 3 seconds to stop the process and the Keep Warm setting will end.
Unplug the power cord and then open lid using oven mitts.
17. Let the bread pan cool down slightly before removing the bread. Use
oven mitts, carefully turn the bread pan counter-clockwise to unlock and
lift up on the handle to remove from the machine.
Caution: The Bread pan and bread may be very hot! Always handle with care.
18. Using oven mitts, turn the bread pan upside down (with the bread pan handle folded down) onto a wire
cooling rack or clean cooking surface and gently shake until bread falls out. Use a non-stick spatula to
gently loosen the sides of the bread from the bread pan.
19. Let the bread cool for about 20 minutes before slicing. It is recommended slicing bread with an electric
cutter or bread knife. It is not recommended to use a fruit knife or kitchen knifeotherwise the bread may
be subject to deformation.
20. If the kneading paddle remains in the bread, gently pry it out using a spatula or small hook (part no. 7).
The bread is hot; never use your hands to remove the kneading paddle. When not in use or when
operation is complete, unplug the power cord.
Note: Store remaining bread in a sealed plastic bag for up to three days at room temperature. To store for a
longer time, place sealed plastic bag in refrigerator for up to 10 days. Wrapped in a plastic bag or foil homemade bread can be stored in the freezer for short-term storage (less than 3 weeks).
REMOVING BREAD
The Bread pan and baking chamber will be hot and oven mitts should be used. Remove the bread pan by
lifting the handle and turning it counterclockwise to unlock and pull bread pan straight up from the base of
the chamber.
Carefully shake the bread pan upside down until the bread falls out of the bread pan. Allow to cool on a wire
rack for 10 minutes before slicing and slice with a bread knife.
TIP: If kneading paddle does not come out of the loaf, remove it with a spatula or small utensil/hook (part no.
7).
INGREDIENTS INTRODUCTION
1. Bread Flour
Bread flour is the most important ingredient for making bread and is recommended in most yeast-bread
recipes. It has a high gluten content and can be also called high-gluten flour which contains high protein, and
keep the size of the bread from collapsing after rising. Flour varies by region. The gluten content is higher than
in all-purpose flour, so it can be used for making larger bread with higher fibre content. Bread flour is better
suited for yeast breads.
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2. All-purpose Flour
Flour that contains no baking powder, suitable for “quick “breads or bread made with the Quick settings.
3. Whole-wheat Flour
Whole-wheat flour is ground from the entire wheat kernel. Bread made with all or part of whole-wheat flour
has a higher fibre and nutritional content. Whole-wheat flour is heavier and, as a result, loaves may be
smaller in size and have a heavier texture.
It contains wheat skin and gluten. Many recipes usually combine Whole-wheat flour or Bread Flour to
achieve the best result.
4. Black Wheat Flour
Black Wheat Flour also named as “Rye Flour”, is a kind of high fibre flour and is similar to whole-wheat flour.
To obtain the large size after rising, it must be used in combination with a high proportion of bread flour.
5. Self-raising flour
Flour that contains baking powder, used especially for making cakes. Do not use self-rising flour in
combination with yeast.
6. Corn flour and oatmeal flour
Corn flour and oatmeal flour are ground from corn and oatmeal separately. They are the additive ingredients
for making rough bread, which are used for enhancing the flavour and texture.
7. Sugar
Sugar is “food” for yeast and also increases the sweet taste and colour of bread. It is a very important element
is making the bread rise. White sugar is normally used; however, brown sugar, powdered sugar, or cotton
sugar may also be used in some recipes.
8. Yeast
Yeast is a living organism and should be kept in the refrigerator to remain fresh. It needs carbohydrates found
in sugar and flour as nourishment. Yeast used in bread maker recipes will be sold under several different
names: Bread machine yeast (preferred), active-dry yeast, and instant yeast.
After the yeasting process, the yeast will produce carbon dioxide. The carbon dioxide will expand bread and
make the inner fibre soften.
1 tbsp dry yeast =3 tsp dry yeast
1 tbsp dry yeast =15ml yeast
1 tsp dry yeast =5ml
Before using, check the expiry date and storage time of yeast. Return to refrigerator immediately after each
use, the fungus will be killed at high temperature which results in failure of bread rising.
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TIP: To check whether your yeast is fresh and active:
(1) Pour 1 cup (237ml) warm water (45-500C) into a measuring cup.
(2) Add 1 teaspoon (5ml) white sugar into the cup and stir, then 1 tablespoon (15ml) yeast over the water.
(3) Place the measuring cup in a warm place for about 10min. Do not stir the water.
(4) Fresh, active yeast will begin to bubble or”grow”. If it does not, the yeast is dead or inactive.
9. Salt
Salt is necessary to improve bread flavour and crust colour. It is also used to restrain yeast activity. Never use
too much salt in a recipe.
10. Egg
Eggs can improve bread texture, make the bread more nourishing and larger in size. The egg must be whisked
in with the other liquid ingredients.
11. Grease, Butter and Vegetable Oil
Grease can make bread soften and delay storage life. Butter should be melted or chopped into small pieces
before adding to liquid.
12. Baking Powder
Baking powder is used for making the Ultra Fast bread and cake rise. It does not need rise time but can
produce air which will form bubbles to soften the texture of bread utilizing chemical principle.
13. Baking Soda
It is similar to baking powder. It can also used in combination with baking powder.
14. Water and Other Liquids (always add first)
Water is an essential ingredient for making bread. Generally speaking, water should be at room temperature
between 20℃ and 25℃. Some recipes may call for milk or other liquids to enhance flavour. Never use dairy
with the Delay Timer option.
USE EXACT MEASUREMENT
TIPS: One of the most important steps of making good bread is the proper measurement of ingredients.
Measure each ingredient carefully and add to your bread pan in the order given in the recipe.
It is strongly suggested to use a measuring cup or a measuring spoon to obtain accurate amounts.
Adding Sequence
Always add ingredients in the order given in the recipe.
FIRST: Liquid ingredients
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SECOND: Dry ingredients
LAST: Yeast
The yeast should only be placed on the dry flour and never come in contact with the liquid or salt.
When you use the Delay Timer function for a long delay period, never add perishable ingredients such as eggs
or milk.
After the kneading mixture of the flour is complete for the first time, a beep will be heard and fruit ingredients
can be added to the mixture. If the fruit ingredients are added too early, the flavour will be diminished after
the mixture has been stirred for a long time.
Liquid Ingredients
Water, fresh milk or other liquids should be measured with measuring cups with clear markings and a spout.
When measuring cooking oil or other ingredients, clean the measuring cup thoroughly.
Dry measurements
Measure dry ingredients by gently spooning flour, etc., into the measuring cup and then, once filled, levelling
off with a knife. Never use the measuring cup to scoop your dry ingredients directly from a container as this
could add up to one tablespoon of extra ingredients. Do not tap the bottom of the measuring cup or pack
down.
HINT: Before measuring, stir the flour to aerate it. When measuring small amounts of dry ingredients, such as
salt or sugar, use a measuring spoon, making sure it is levelled off.
CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
Disconnect the power before cleaning. Do not immerse cord, plug, or housing in any liquid. Allow bread
maker to cool down completely before cleaning.
1. To clean the kneading paddle: If the kneading paddle is difficult to remove from the bread, add water to the
bottom of the bread pan and allow to soaki for up to 1 hour. Wipe the paddle carefully with a damp cotton
cloth.
2. To clean the bread pan: Remove the bread pan by turning it counter-clockwise, and then lift up the handle.
Wipe inside and outside of the pan with a damp cloth, do not use any sharp implements or abrasive agents, in
order to protect the non-stick coating. The bread pan must be dried completely before installation.
Note: The outside of the bread pan and base may discolour. This is normal.
3. To clean the housing and top lid: After use, allow unit to cool. Use a damp cloth to wipe lid, housing, baking
chamber, and interior of viewing window. Do not use any abrasive cleaners for cleaning, since this will
degrade the high polish of the surface. Never immerse the housing in water for cleaning.
Note: It is recommended not to disassemble the lid for cleaning.
4. Before the bread maker is packed for storage, ensure that it has completely cooled down, is clean and dry,
and the lid is closed.
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OPERATING CONDITIONS
The machine may work well in a wide range of temperature, but there will be some difference in loaf size
between a very warm room and cold room. We suggest that the room temperature should be within the
range of 15 ℃ to 34℃.
TROUBLESHOOTING
NO.
PROBLEM
PROBLEM CAUSE
SOLUTION
*Stop the bread maker and allow to
cool completely. Wipe excess flour
etc., from the baking chamber with a
paper towel.
1
Odour or burning smell
*Flour or other ingredients have
spilled into the baking chamber.
2
Ingredients not blending can
smell motor burning
*Bread pan or kneading paddle may
not be installed properly.
*Too many ingredients.
*Make sure kneading paddle is set all
the way on shaft.
*Measure ingredients accurately.
"HHH" displays when
START/STOP button is pressed.
*Internal temperature of bread maker
is too high.
*Allow unit to cool down inbetween
programs.
3
Unplug unit, open lid, and remove
bread pan. Allow to cool for 15-30
minutes before beginning new
programs.
4
5
Window is cloudy or covered
with condensation.
Kneading paddle comes out
with the bread.
*May occur during mixing or rising
programs.
*Condensation usually disappears
during baking programs. Clean
window well inbetween uses.
*Thicker crust with dark crust setting.
*It is not uncommon for the kneading
paddle to come out with the bread
loaf. Once the loaf cools, remove the
paddle with a spatula or hook (part
no. 7).
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Dough is not blending
thoroughly; flour and other
ingredients are built up on
sides of pan; bread loaf is
coated with flour
*Bread pan or kneading paddle may
not be installed properly.
*Too many ingredients.
*Gluten-free dough is typically very
wet. It may need additional help by
scraping sides with a rubber spatula.
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*Make sure bread pan is securely set
in unit and kneading paddle is firmly
on shaft.
*Make sure ingredients are measured
accurately and added in the proper
order.
*Add water, one tablespoon at a time,
until dough has formed into a ball.
*Excess flour can be removed from
loaf once baked and cooled.
7
Bread has risen too high or
pushed lid up.
*Ingredients not measured properly
(too much yeast, flour).
*Kneading paddle not in bread pan.
*Forgot to add salt.
*Measure all ingredients accurately
and make sure sugar and salt have
been added.
*Try decreasing yeast by 1/4
teaspoon(1.2ml).
*Check installation of kneading
paddle.
8
Bread does not rise; loaf short.
*Inaccurate measurement of
ingredients or inactive yeast. *Lifting
lid during programs.
*Measure all ingredients accurately
*Check expiry date of yeast and flour.
*Liquids should be room temperature.
9
Bread has a crater in the top
of the loaf once baked.
*Dough has risen too fast.
*Too much yeast or water. *Incorrect
program chosen for the recipe.
*Do not open lid during baking.
*Select a darker crust option.
10
Crust colour is too light
*Opening the lid during baking.
*Do not open lid during baking.
*Select a darker crust option.
11
Crust colour is too dark
*Too much sugar in the recipe.
*Decrease sugar amount slightly.
*Select a lighter crust option
12
Bread loaf is lopsided.
*Too much yeast or water.
*Kneading paddle pushed dough to
one side before rising and baking.
*Measure all ingredients accurately.
*Decrease yeast or water slightly.
*Some loaves may not be evenly
shaped, particularly with whole-grain
flour.
13
Loaves made are different
shapes.
*Varies by the type of bread.
*Whole-grain or multigrain is denser
and may be shorter than a basic white
bread.
14
Bottom is hollow or holey
inside.
*Dough too wet, too much yeast, no
salt.
*Water too hot.
*Measure all ingredients accurately
*Decrease yeast or water slightly.
*Check salt measurement.
*Use room temperature water.
Under-baked or sticky, dough
bread.
*Too much liquid; incorrect program
chosen.
*Decrease liquid and measure
ingredients carefully.
*Check program chosen for recipe.
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16
Bread mashes down when
slicing.
*Bread is too hot.
*Allow to cool on wire rack for 15-30
minutes before slicing.
17
Bread has a heavy, thick
texture.
*Too much flour, old flour.
*Not enough water.
*Try increasing water or decreasing
flour.
*Whole-grain breads will have a
heavier texture.
18
Base of bread pan has
darkened or is spotted.
*After washing in dishwasher.
*This is normal and will not affect the
bread pan.
PLUG WIRING (UK & IRELAND)
This appliance is fitted with a BS 1363 13-amp plug. If you have to replace the fuse, only those that are ASTA
or BSI approved to BS1362 and with a rated current of 13-amps should be used. If there is a fuse cover fitted,
this cover must be re-fitted after changing the fuse. If the fuse cover is lost or damaged the plug must not be
used. Spare fuse holders and fuses are available from electrical outlets. If the socket outlets in your home or
office are not suitable for this product’s plug, the plug must be removed and disposed of safely. Attempts to
insert the plug into the wrong socket is likely to cause electric hazard. A replacement plug should be wired
according to the following instructions:
The cable
A mains electricity cable contains two or three inner wires. Each has a core of copper and an outer layer of
flexible plastic. This product is earthed; the wires in the cord set are colour coded in the following way:
BLUE
BROWN
GREEN & YELLOW
NEUTRAL
LIVE
EARTH
The diagram below shows the key features of a correctly
wired three-pin mains plug.
DISPOSAL
• Dispose of all packaging, paper, cartons and plastic, plastic bags in accordance with your local
recycling regulations.
• At the end of the product’s lifespan please dispose of it at an authorised household WEEE waste
recycling centre.
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Recipe
Volume measurements in recipes refer to accessories 8 and 9 provided. Measuring spoon (9) smaller end =
spoon, bigger end = scoop
Menus
1
Basic Bread
2
French
Bread
3
Sweet Bread
Ingredient
Volume
Volume
Notes
bread weight
750g/1.5lb
500g/1lb
sequence
time
3:00
2:55
[1]
water
200ml
150ml
[2]
salt
0.7 spoon
0.5 spoon
Add off centre
[3]
sugar
3 scoop
2 scoop
Add off centre
[4]
oil
2 scoop
1.5 scoop
[5]
high gluten flour
2.2cups/300g
1.5 cups/210g
[6]
instant yeast
1.0 spoon
0.8 spoon
bread weight
750g/1.5lb
500g/1lb
time
4:00
3:55
[1]
water
200ml
150ml
[2]
salt
0.7 spoon
0.5 spoon
Add off centre
[3]
sugar
3 scoop
2 scoop
Add off centre
[4]
oil
2 scoop
1.5 scoop
[5]
high gluten flour
2.2 cups/300g
1.5 cups/210g
[6]
instant yeast
1.0 spoon
0.8 spoon
bread weight
750g/1.5lb
500g/1lb
time
3:45
3:40
[1]
water
200ml
150ml
[2]
salt
0.7 spoon
0.5 spoon
Add off centre
[3]
sugar
3 scoop
2 scoop
Add off centre
[4]
milk powder
1.5 scoop
1 scoop
[5]
oil
2 scoop
1.5 scoop
put on the dry flour, must
not touch any liquid
put on the dry flour, must
not touch any liquid
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4
Ultra- fast
Bread
5
Quick Bread
6
Cake
7
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[6]
high gluten flour
2.2 cups/300g
1.5 cups/210g
[7]
instant yeast
1.0 spoon
0.8 spoon
bread weight
750g/1.5lb
500g/1lb
time
0:50
[1]
water
200ml
temperature 40-50°C
[2]
salt
0.7 spoon
Add off centre
[3]
sugar
3 scoop
Add off centre
[4]
oil
2 scoop
[5]
high gluten flour
2.2 cups/300g
[6]
instant yeast
3.5 spoon
bread weight
750g/1.5lb
500g/1lb
time
2:00
1:55
[1]
water
200ml
150ml
water temperature 40-50°C
[2]
salt
0.7 spoon
0.5 spoon
Add off centre
[3]
sugar
3 scoop
2 scoop
Add off centre
[4]
oil
2 scoop
1.5 scoop
[5]
high gluten flour
2.2 cups/300g
1.5 cups/210g
[6]
instant yeast
3.5 spoon
3.5 spoon
time
2:20
[1]
water
30ml
[2]
egg
3 pcs
[3]
sugar
0.5 cups
[4]
oil
2 scoop
[5]
self-rising flour
2 cups/280g
[6]
instant yeast
1.5 spoon
time
1:40
put on the dry flour, must
not touch any liquid
put on the dry flour, must
not touch any liquid
put on the dry flour must
not touch any liquid
Add off centre
put on the dry flour must
not touch any liquid
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Dessert
8
Rice Bread
9
Corn Bread
10 Gluten
free bread
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[1]
egg
2 pcs
[2]
milk
1 cups
[3]
cooked rice
1.5 cups
[4]
sugar
0.5 cups
[5]
raisin
0.5 cups
bread weight
750g
500g
time
2:45
2:40
[1]
water
140ml
110ml
[2]
oil
2 spoon
1.5 spoon
[3]
sugar
4 scoop
3 scoop
Add off centre
[4]
salt
¾ spoon
½ spoon
Add off centre
[5]
cooked rice
70g
50g
[6]
high gluten flour
1.7 cups/240g
1.3 cups/180g
[7]
instant yeast
1.5 spoon
1 spoon
bread weight
750g
500g
time
3:00
2:55
[1]
water
140ml
110ml
[2]
oil
2 spoon
1.5 spoon
[3]
sugar
4 scoop
3 scoop
Add off centre
[4]
salt
¾ spoon
½ spoon
Add off centre
[5]
corn
70g
50g
soak in water 2-3 hours
[6]
high gluten flour
1.7 cups/240g
1.3 cups/180g
[7]
instant yeast
1.5 spoon
1 spoon
bread weight
750g
500g
time
2:45
2:40
[1]
water
180ml
120ml
[2]
oil
2.5 spoon
2 spoon
put on the dry flour, must
not touch any liquid
put on the dry flour, must
not touch any liquid
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[3]
sugar
3 scoop
2.5 scoop
Add off centre
[4]
salt
1 spoon
½ spoon
Add off centre
[5]
Corn flour
1.5 cup/210g
1.25 cup/175g
[6]
high gluten flour
1.5 cups/210g
1.24 cups/175g
[7]
instant yeast
1.5 spoon
1.5 spoon
[1]
dry ingredients
120g
[2]
water
600ml
time
1:20
[1]
water
250ml
[2]
glutinous rice
250g
time
0:15
[1]
water
250ml
[2]
salt
1 spoon
[3]
oil
3 scoop
[4]
high gluten flour
2.5 cups/350g
time
1:30
[1]
water
220ml
[2]
salt
1 spoon
[3]
oil
3 scoop
[4]
high gluten flour
2.2 cups/300g
[5]
instant yeast
1 spoon
time
0:45
[1]
water
appropriate
amount
[2]
salt
1 spoon
[3]
oil
3 scoop
[4]
high gluten flour
appropriate
amount
put on the dry flour, must
not touch any liquid
11 Gruel
12 Sticky
rice
13
Mix
14
Dough
15
Knead
soak in water 30mins
Add off centre
Add off centre
put on the dry flour, must
not touch any liquid
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16
Rice wine
17
Yogurt
18
Jam
time
36:00:00
[1]
glutinous rice
500g
[2]
water
appropriate
amount
[3]
distiller's yeast
1 spoon(3g)
time
8:00
[1]
milk
600ml
[2]
lactic acid bacteria
60ml
time
1:20
[1]
fruit pulp
3 cups
[2]
corn flour
0.5 cups
[3]
sugar
1 cups
19
[1]
Bake
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soak in water 30mins
stir to mush, can put some
water
adjust the temperature through the button " crust color": light-160'C; medium-180'C,Dark200'C
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