STAINLESS STEEL
BREADMAKER
Instruction Manual
C90BMS09
Table of Content
11 - 12
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13 - 14
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Care and Maintenance
Troubleshooting
Q & A for Baking Bread
Abnormal Conditions
Specification
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24 - 25
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Care, Maintenance and
Troubleshooting
Programme Menu
Other Functional Buttons
Setting the Delay Timer
Memory Recall
Bread Recipes
Operating Instructions
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9 - 10
Before Use
Know your Carlton Stainless Steel Breadmaker
Safety Information
Unpacking and Getting Ready
Product Overview
Control Overview
Preparation
How to Measure the Ingredients
Before Baking
Basic Steps for Baking
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Know your Carlton Stainless Steel Breadmaker
Before using your Carlton Breadmaker
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Read these instructions carefully and retain for future reference.
Remove all packaging labels. Please dispose of them properly.
Before calling for service
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Review the section on Troubleshooting. This will help you to solve some general
problems by yourself.
Safety Information
Directly after bread making the appliance is HOT. Always use oven gloves when
touching the appliance or the bread pan after baking.
Unplug the appliance after use and allow it to cool before handling or cleaning any
parts. Pull on the mains plug, not the mains cable.
This appliance is for normal household use only. Do not use it for professional catering.
Do not use the Breadmaker outdoors.
Do not immerse the appliance or the mains cable or plug in water or liquids.
Do not use the appliance near a source of heat or on an unstable surface.
Use the appliance only on heat resistant surfaces. If the work surface is excessively
smooth the appliance should be placed on a non-slip mat.
Ensure the appliance is not exposed to direct sunlight.
At least 100mm clearance must be provided on all sides of the appliance.
Close supervision is necessary when this appliance is used near children.
When selecting the location for the appliance, ensure that children do not have
access to it.
Ensure that the mains cable does not touch any hot surface and that it does not
overhang a table edge.
Check the appliance and the mains cable regularly for damage. If there is damage
of any kind, the appliance should not be used. Do not repair the appliance yourself,
but rather consult an authorised expert.
Do not cover the appliance when in use.
Never leave the appliance to operate unsupervised.
This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduce
physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or instructions concerning the use of the
appliance by a person responsible for their safety.
Do not use attachments or accessories that are not come with this appliance, or
that are not recommended by the manufacturer.
Do not operate the appliance empty.
Do not dent or damage the bread pan. The appliance will not operate properly if
damaged.
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When baking bread, never bake amounts greater than the maximum recommended in the recipes accompanying this manual. If you do, the bread may not baked
evenly and the dough could overflow.
Do not use the appliance other than its intended purpose that specified in this
manual.
Please read all the instructions and familiarise yourself with the features and operation
of your breadmaker before using the appliance. Make sure you read all the safety notes
carefully.
Before using this appliance ensure that the voltage of your electricity supply is the
same as that indicated on the rating plate of the appliance.
Unpacking the Breadmaker
In the box, you should find:
• The Breadmaker Main Unit
• Accessories (Refer to the table below)
Accessories
Bread Pan (inside the main unit)
Kneading Paddle (inside the main unit)
Measuring Cup
Measuring Spoon
Kneading Paddle Puller Tool
Instructional Manual
Part Numbers
XBM1139S-V-5
XBM1139S-V-1
XBM1139S-V-2
XBM1139S-V-3
XBM1139S-V-4
XBM1139S-V-6
If items are missing or damaged, please contact Partmaster (UK only).
Tel: 0870 6001 338 for assistance
Retain the packaging in case you wish to transport the appliance safely at a later date.
If you dispose of the packaging, do so in accordance with any recycling regulation in
your area.
Note: During manufacturing, some parts of the Breadmaker are lightly greased. When the
appliance is first used, there may be some vapour emission. This is harmless and will soon
disappear.
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Before Use
Unpacking and Getting Ready
Product Overview
Steam
Vent
Hinged Lid
Inspection Window
Control
Panel
Carry
Handle
Oven
Element
Kneading
Assembly
Handle
of the
Bread
Pan
Bread
Pan
Rotating Shaft
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Set inside the Bread
Pan
Kneading Paddle
Oven Element
Measuring Cup
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Measuring Spoon
Kneading Paddle Puller Tool
Control Overview
Colour (Crust)
Indicator
Loaf Size Indicator
Before Use
Display
Programme
Guide
Programme
Guide
Menu
Selector
Start/Stop
Button
Loaf Size
Selector
Colour Button
Delay Timer Buttons
Items
Programme Guide
Menu Selector
Loaf Size Selector
Delay Timer Buttons
Description
List out the corresponding programmes with their numberings.
Select one of the 12 programme
menus
Select different sizes of bread (700g or
900g)
Use these buttons when you would like
to delay the completion of your bread.
To set the Timer, determine when you
would like your bread to be ready, then
set the Timer
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Items
Colour Button
Description
For choosing the desired crust colour:
Light, Medium or Dark. This function is
only available for Programme Menu
1-7.
• Light - Light crust setting.
• Medium - Regular crust setting.
• Dark - Hard crust setting.
To start or stop the Programmes.
Note: Only press this button after you
have selected the Menu programme,
the Crust Colour and the Delay Timer
buttons (if applicable).
Display the remaining time for baking
completion, the crust colour, the loaf
size, the selected programme menu
etc.
Indicate the loaf size of the bread:
• 700g loaf size
• 900g loaf size
Indicate the selected crust colour and
hardness level of the bread.
Start/Stop Button
Display
Loaf Size Indicator
Colour (Crust) Indicator
Preparation
Before using your Breadmaker for the first time, wash the inside of the bread pan, the
kneading paddle and the measuring utensils in hot soap water. Rinse and dry well.
Wipe the interior of the lid and the exterior of the Bread Pan and Breadmaker with a
damp cloth.
How to Remove the Bread Pan
Lift the handle and hold it with both
hands. Turn the Bread Pan anticlockwise to release and remove.
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How to Attach the Bread Pan
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Set the Bread Pan at the centre of
the Main Body. Be careful not to hit
the oven element!!
Turn the Bread Pan clockwise to
lock the Bread Pan.
How to Attach the Kneading
Paddle
Match the shape of the Kneading
Paddle’s hole with that of the Rotating
Shaft to attach. Be sure to insert the
Kneading Paddle securely; otherwise it
will not knead properly.
How to Measure the Ingredients
Measuring Cup and Spoon
Note: If you are measuring dry ingredients by weight, use a good
pair of kitchen scales calibrated in grammes.
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The supplied Measuring Spoon may be used to measure yeast,
sugar, salt, dry milk and spices. The large side measures 1 tablespoon; the smaller side measures 1 teaspoon.
Before Use
The supplied Measuring Cup is for measuring liquids only. It has
scales marked in cups, millilitres (ml) and fluid ounces (fl.oz) to help
you measure the ingredients correctly. Always fill the liquid exactly
to the marked line. The liquid should be poured into the cup while
the cup is placed on a flat surface and measured at eye level.
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Before Baking
Ensure you have all the ingredients to hand. Carefully fill the pan making sure you do
not leave any ingredients out. When filling, it is essential that the ingredients are filled
in the prescribed order. Otherwise the bread will not properly baked.
The ingredients should be at a warm room temperature (20°C-25°C ). If the room
is cold (below 18°C), use warm water (40°C) to make sure the yeast ferments fully.
To gauge the temperature if you do not have a thermometer, heat some water and
slowly add this to a jug of cold water until the resulting temperature is barely warm to
the touch.
Basic Steps for Baking
Attach the Kneading Paddle to the Bread Pan,
precisely meaasure the ingredients and add
them to the Bread Pan in the following order:
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Water (or other liquids)
Bread flour, sugar, dry milk, salt and butter.
Make a depression in the middle of the flour and sprinkle yeast in it. Make sure the yeast does not touch any
liquid and salt before mixing commences. Otherwise,
the bread will not rise properly.
Clean off any spills around the outside of the bread
pan. Do not overfill the Bread Pan as it will affect the
bread and damage the breadmaker.
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Operating Instructions
Note: For dry ingredients, fill to overflow and then level it. Do not
press or shake down.
Set the Bread Pan and close the Lid.
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Use the Bread Pan’s handle to lower the pan into the
Breadmaker.
Turn clockwise to secure the pan firmly in place.
Lay the handle back on the pan. Close the lid.
The ingredients are now ready for baking.
Connect the Breadmaker into the mains socket.
Start baking.
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The Control Panel display will light up and will sound
a long beep. The appliance will automatically be set to
the BASIC programme with the crust setting at MEDIUM. The display will show 3:00.
Choose a Programme with the MENU button.
Press LOAF SIZE button to select the Loaf Size (as needed).
Press COLOR button to select the Crust Colour ( as
needed).
Press START/STOP button to start the Breadmaker.
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During the baking process, the Main Body and the Lid will get hot. Be careful not to burn yourself.
To cancel during a process, press and hold the START/STOP button until the Breadmaker sound once.
- Only do this in an emergency, as the Breadmaker will reset to the beginning of its program. You must then begin
again, the ingredients may be ruined and need replacement.
- Only press this button after you have selected the Menu Program, Crust Colour (and Delay Time if required).
Otherwise, it will not reset.
When the Breadmaker is operating, only open the Lid at the prescribed places in the baking cycle. Failure to
observe this will affect the quality of the bread, espeically its ability to rise properly.
Remove the Bread Pan.
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When the programme is completed, the display will show 0:00 and
the appliance will beep 10 times. The Breadmaker will continue baking the bread under the KEEP WARM function for another hour, but
this will not be displayed.
Once this 1 hour KEEP WARM baking process is completed, the
Breadmaker will beep 10 times again and switch off. For best result,
stop the Breadmaker with the START/STOP button and remove the
bread pan within this period.
Use oven gloves to hold the Handle. Turn the Bread Pan anticlockwise to remove.
Do not place the HOT Bread Pan on place mats that are vulnerable to heat as they get damaged.
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Remove the Bread.
Note: Take care when removing the bread. The bread pan is VERY HOT!!
Remember to wear the oven gloves to hold the Bread Pan and Kneading Paddle.
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Open the Breadmaker’s Lid.
Place a Baking Rack on the flat work top.
Turn the Bread Pan upside down, hold the handle and shake the
loaf out.
Place the bread on the Baking Rack to cool down for about 10 minutes and to release moisture from the bottom of the bread.
Make sure the Kneading Paddle has been removed before slicing
the bread.
Note: Occasionally, the Kneading Paddle will stay in the load; wait until the
loaf is cool and then remove the Kneading Paddle with kneading puller
tool to avoid damage to the non-stick surface. If you need to aid removal of bread from the Bread Pan, use only wooden or heat proof
plastic utensils.
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Unplug the Breadmaker from the mains socket by holding
the mains plug.
For EU
model
Programme Menu
The Breadmaker has a choice of 12 Programmes. Press the MENU button repeatedly to cycle through the options below.
Programme
Comments
BASIC
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FRENCH
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WHOLE WHEAT
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Time: 3 hours for 900g loaf OR 2 hours 53 minutes for 700g loaf
Used for the preparation of white bread and mixed grain bread. This
programme is the default setting.
The Breadmaker will knead the dough three times. After the second
kneading, the Breadmaker will sound. This beep sound indicates that
additional ingredients may now be added.
Time: 3 hours 50 minutes for 900g loaf OR 3 hours 32 minutes for 700g
loaf
For preparing French white bread. The Breadmaker kneads twice, but
has longer rising and baking times, so the bread gets a thicker crust.
Time: 3 hours 40 minutes for 900g loaf OR 3 hours 32 minutes for 700g
loaf
For the preparation of wholemeal bread. The Breadmaker will knead
twice. The dough rises and bakes longer. After 40 minutes, the Breadmaker will sound, which indicating that additional ingredients may be
added. If you want to get a crunchy crust, we recommend you choose
the Dark crust with this option.
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Operating Instructions
After use.
Programme
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QUICK
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Total Programme Time: 1 hour and 40 minutes
For recipes with baking powder. The Breadmaker stirs once and then
bakes the dough. Place liquids in the bottom of the Bread Pan, dry
ingredients on top. During the initial mixing, dry ingredients may collect in the corners of the pan. You may need to clear the corners with a
plastic spatula to avoid flour lumps.
SWEET
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Time: 2 hours 55 minutes for 900g loaf OR 2 hours 50 minutes for 700g
of loaf
For preparation of sweet yeast breads. The Breadmaker will knead the
dough twice.
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ULTRA FAST -I
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Time: 58 minutes for 700g loaf only
The Breadmaker bakes the bread in 58 minutes. The bread is denser in
texture with this setting. You should use water slightly hotter, around
48°C-50°C and use a cooking thermometer to gauge water temperature.
ULTRA FAST -II
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Time: 58 minutes for 900g loaf only
The Breadmaker bakes the bread in 58 minutes. The bread is denser in
texture with this setting. You should use water slightly hotter, around
48°C-50°C and use a cooking thermometer to gauge water temperature.
DOUGH
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Total Programme Time: 1 hour and 30 minutes
For preparing of different types of dough for shaping and baking elsewhere. The Bread Pan is not heated and the loaf size and crust selector
are inoperative.
JAM
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Total Programme Time: 1 hour 20 minutes
Place the ingredients in the pan and the Breadmaker will stir and heat
the jam. Monitor the jam to make sure it is not over cooked. Switch the
Breadmaker off manually if there is time remaining on the programme
when the jam is cooked.
Bake dough that has been previously raised.
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CAKE
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Total Programme Time: 2 hours and 50 minutes
For kneading rise and baking cake mixtures and sweet bread where the
raising agent is soda or baking powder.
Many cakes require less time than this Programme. Follow the recipe and
switch the unit off manually if needed.
SANDWICH
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Time: 3 hours for 900g loaf OR 2 hours 55 minutes for 700g loaf
For preparing large light breads with minimal crust for sandwiches.
There is no crust control on this setting.
BAKE
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Total Programme Time: 1 hour only
This function can be used to :
1. Bake dough that has been previously raised.
2. Re-bake or warm previously baked bread.
If you are reheating bread, check the loaf regularly and switch off manually if necessary.
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Other Functional Buttons
Other Functional Buttons
Comments
COLOR button
(for Crust Control)
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DELAY TIMER buttons
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Programmes 1-7 offer 3 degrees of crust which you can select
repeatedly by pressing the COLOR button. You can choose
Medium, Dark or Light crust.
Crust control is not appropriate for the other Programmes.
The time delay function allows you to delay the start time of
baking by up to 12 hours, depending on the length of the baking cycle.
All programmes can be combined with the time delay function.
If the dough contains fresh milk, fruit or onions, do not select
the time delay function, but bake the dough immediately.
We also suggest that you DO NOT use this function with the
CAKE programme.
The time delay function allows you to delay the start time of baking by up to 12
hours, depending on the length of the baking cycle.
For example: It is 8:00p.m. and you want to have fresh bread (using the Basic setting) at
7:00a.m.
The the difference between now (8:00p.m.) and 7:00a.m. is 11 hours. Connect the
breadmaker to the mains socket. Then preset cycle of 3:00 hours will be displayed.
Steps
Display / Button
Set the display time to 11:00 (The time difference between now and
when you want the bread).
Press add time in 10 minutes steps.
Press to deduct time in 10 minutes steps.
Press START/STOP to start time delayed baking.
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Operating Instructions
Setting the Delay Timer
If you keep the TIME+ or TIME- buttons pressed, they will cycle to a maximum of
13:00 hours and reset to the preset programme time (in this case 3:00 hours).
The timer display shows the total time left (in hours and minutes ) until the bread is
finished (including the delay added and the programme time). It does not display
the 1 hour KEEP WARM time after the programme is finished.
Remember to press the START/STOP button to commence the timer countdown otherwise nothing will happen. If you set the timer incorrectly after the START/STOP
button has been pressed, you are able to switch off and reset the delay period again
only if mixing has not started.
Memory Recall
If the mains supply is temporarily interrupted, the process of bread making will continue automatically when power is restored. However, if the interruption exceeds
15 minutes, the Breadmaker must be restarted manually. If the process has gone no
further than the kneading phase when the mains supply is cut off, you may press
the START/STOP button to resume the programme from the beginning.
Bread Recipes
To get your started with your Breadmaker, here is a selection of recipes. The recipes
use fast action or easy bake dried yeast intended for Breadmaker.
When adding ingredients add the water first, followed by any other liquid and semiliquid ingredients. Next add the flour followed by the other dry ingredients. Tap the
pan lightly on all sides to settle the flour. This prevents the yeast from coming into
contact with the liquids. Finally add the yeast in a small heap in the centre of the
pan.
Note: The receipe quantities are sufficient to bake a 700g loaf. Scale them up for larger
loaves.
Recipes
WHITE BREAD
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Programme Ingredients
Menu
Basic or Quick
Portions
Water at room temperature (20 °C)
1 1/3 cups
Vegetable Oil
1 tbsp
Salt
1 tsp
Strong White Bread flour
3 1/3 cups
White Sugar
1 tsp
Dried Yeast
2 tsp
Recipes
Programme Ingredients
Menu
WHITE BREAD
VARIATIONS
Basic or Quick
The ingredients listed below are additional to the
white bread mix unless otherwise stated.
Grated Cheese
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Cheese
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Date
Cranberry
3/4 cup
Basic or Quick Reduce water slightly if the cheese has a high moisture
content.
Chopped Dates
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1/2 cup
Basic or Quick Add after the second kneading when the Breadmaker
sounds with beeping tone.
Nutmeg
1 1/2 tsp
Grated Orange peel
1-2 tbsp
Basic or Quick Dried Cranberries
Orange Marmalade
2-4 tbsp
1-2 tbsp
Substitute Cranberry Juice for Water
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Potato
Basic or Quick Dried Parsley
1/3 cup
1-2 tsp
Reduce flour by equivalent amount to potato.
Add all the ingredients at the beginning
ONION BREAD
CHEESE & ONION BREAD
Water at room temperature (20 °C)
1 1/3 cups
Salt
1 tsp
Powdered Milk
1 tbsp
Basic or Quick Strong White Bread flour
Basic or Quick
3 1/3 cups
Dried Onion flakes
1/3 cup
Butter, chopped into pieces
12g (1/2 oz.)
Sugar
1 tsp
Dried Yeast
2 tsp
Milk
1 1/8 cups
Extra Virgin Olive oil
1 tbsp
Grated Mature Cheddar Cheese
3/4 cup (75g /
3 oz.)
Onion (finely grated/ food processed)
1/2
Salt
1 tsp
Sugar
1 tsp
Strong White Bread flour
3 1/3 cups
Mustard powder
1/2 tsp
Dried Yeast
2 tsp
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Operating Instructions
Dried Potato flakes
Recipes
GARLIC BREAD
PEANUT BUTTER BREAD
RYE BREAD
GRANARY BREAD
FRENCH BREAD
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Programme Ingredients
Menu
Basic or Quick
Basic or Quick
Water at room temperature (20 °C)
1 1/8 cups
Olive Oil
2 tbsp
Salt
1 1/2 tsp
Garlic (fresh pressed)
3/4 tsp
Strong White Bread flour
3 cups
Sugar
1 tbsp
Parmesan Cheese (grated)
3 tbsp
Basil (dried)
3/4 tsp
Garlic powder
3/4 tsp
Chives (dried)
2 tbsp
Black Pepper
3/4 tsp
Dried Yeast
2 tsp
Water at room temperature (20 °C)
1 1/4 cups
Strong White Bread flour
3 cups
Peanut Butter (Smooth or Crunchy)
1/2 cup
Brown Sugar
1/4 cup
Salt
1 1/2 tsp
Dried Yeast
1 1/2 tsp
Water at room temperature (20 °C)
1 cup
Salt
1 1/4 tsp
Vegetable Oil or Butter
4 tsp
Strong White Bread flour
2 1/4 cups
Basic or Quick Rye flour
Basic or Quick
French
Portions
3/4 cup
Sugar
2 1/2 tbsp
Cornmeal
1 tbsp
Caraway Seeds
1 1/2 tsp
Dried Yeast
2 tsp
Water at room temperature (20 °C)
1 1/3 cups
Vegetable Oil
1 tbsp
Salt
1 tsp
Granary Bread flour
3 1/3 cups
White Sugar
1 tsp
Dried Yeast
2 tsp
Water at room temperature (20 °C)
1 1/4 cups
Salt
1 1/2 tsp
Strong White Bread flour
3 cups
Sugar
1 1/2 tsp
Dried Yeast
2 tsp
Recipes
CARROT BREAD
FOCACCIA
Basic
Whole Wheat
(with Light
Crust)
Portions
Water at room temperature (20 °C)
3/4 cup
Plain Yogurt
1/4 cup
Carrots (grated)
1 cup
Honey
2 tbsp
Molasses (or dark brown muscovado
sugar)
2 tbsp
Strong White Bread flour
2 1/4 cups
Wholemeal Bread flour
1 cup
Dried Milk
1 tbsp
Salt
1 1/2 tsp
Walnuts (chopped)
1/4 cup
Dried Yeast
1 1/2 tsp
Water at room temperature (20 °C)
2/3 cup
Vegetable Oil
1 tbsp
Salt
1 tsp
Honey
3 tbsp
Wholemeal Bread flour
1 1/8 cups
Vanilla Essence
3/4 tsp
Mashed Banana
1/2 cup
Butter (chopped into pieces)
2 tbsp
Dried Milk
2 tbsp
Strong white bread flour
2 1/2 cups
White Sugar
1 tsp
Dried Yeast
2 tsp
Water at room temperature (20 °C)
2/3 cup
Olive Oil
2 tbsp
Salt
1 tsp
Strong White Bread flour
2 1/4 cups
A mixture of freshly chopped thyme,
Basic or Quick marjoram and sage*
2 tsp
White Sugar
1 tsp
Dried Yeast
1 tsp
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This will make a small (approx. 500g) rounded loaf.
*If you use dried herbs, reduce the quantity by
half as dried herbs have a stronger flavour.
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Operating Instructions
BANANA BREAD
Programme Ingredients
Menu
Recipes
Programme Ingredients
Menu
Water at room temperature (20 °C)
1 cup*
Olive Oil
2 tbsp
Salt
1/2 tsp
Strong White Bread flour
3 1/3 cups
Sundried Tomatoes
30g (2 1/4oz)
Dried Yeast
1/2 tsp
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TOMATO BREAD
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BRIOCHE
Cake
Dough
2 1/4 tbsp
Medium Eggs, beaten
3
Butter ( chopped into pieces)
75g (3 oz.)
Strong White Bread flour
2 1/2 cups
Caster Sugar
1 1/2 tbsp
Salt
3/4 tsp
Dried Yeast
2 1/2 tsp
If you prefer your brioche with a lighter crust, stop
the programme 25 minutes from the end and remove the loaf.
Water at room temperature (20 °C)
1 1/2 cups
Olive Oil
2 1/2 tbsp
Strong White Bread flour
4 1/2 cups
Sugar
2 1/2 tbsp
Salt
1 1/2 tsp
Dried Yeast
2 1/4 tsp
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* Made up from the water used to soak the tomatoes plus fresh water. (See below)
Firstly, soak the tomatoes in a little hot water for
15 minutes. Drain and chop into pieces, reserving
the water.
You can add the tomatoes together with all the
other ingredients at the beginning of the programme. This will give a blended character to the
loaf.
Alternatively, you can add the tomatoes midway
through the cycle, This will retain their individual
character and give more flavour to the bread.
Water at room temperature (20 °C)
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PIZZA DOUGH
Portions
This above should be sufficient for three 12”
(300mm) Pizza bases.
Roll into circles on a floured surface and pinch
the edges up to form a rim.
Place on a greased baking sheet, cover with the
pizza toppings of your choice and bake at Gas
Mk.6 / 200 °C / 400 °F for 15 minutes.
Recipes
BUN DOUGH
Programme Ingredients
Menu
Dough
Water at room temperature (20 °C)
2/3 cup
Eggs, beaten
2
Margarine
2 tbsp
Strong white Bread flour
3 cups
Sugar
2 tbsp
Salt
1/2 tsp
Dried Yeast
2 tsp
Recipes
Programme Comments
Menu
SWISS BINS
Dough
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Dough
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When the programme is completed, mould into
15 torpedo shapes on a greased baking sheet.
Leave the dough to reprove for 10-20 minutes
(method as for pizza dough, above).
When the programme is completed, mould into
15 balls and re-prove for 10-20 minutes.
Fry in hot oil until golden brown. Using a wooden
spoon, roll the doughnuts in caster sugar while
they are still hot.
Be careful and not to burn yourself.
WHOLEMEAL (WHOLE WHEAT) BREAD
Recipes
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Recipe 1
Recipe 2
Programme Ingredients
Menu
Whole Wheat
Whole Wheat
Portions
Water at room temperature (20 °C)
1 1/3 cups
Vegetable oil
1 tbsp
Salt
1 tsp
Wholemeal Bread flour
3 1/3 cups
White Sugar
1 tsp
Dried Yeast
2 tsp
Water at room temperature (20 °C)
1 1/2 cups
Vegetable oil
2 tbsp
Salt
1 1/2 tsp
Wholemeal Bread flour
4 1/2 cups
Dried Milk (optional)
3 tbsp
White Sugar
2 tbsp
Dried Yeast
2 3/4 tsp
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Operating Instructions
DOUGHNUTS
Portions
Recipes
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Recipe 3
LIGHT WHOLEMEAL
BREAD
WHOLEMEAL SODA
BREAD
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Programme Ingredients
Menu
Basic
Whole Wheat
Ultra Fast 1
Portions
Water at room temperature (20 °C)
1 1/3 cups
Vegetable oil or
1 tbsp
Butter (chopped into pieces)
12g (1/2 oz)
Salt
2 tsp
Wholemeal Bread flour
3 1/3 cups
White Sugar
Pinch
Dried Yeast
2 tsp
Water at room temperature (20 °C)
1 cup
Vegetable oil
1 tbsp
Salt
1 tsp
Wholemeal Bread flour
2 1/4 cups
Strong White Bread flour
1 1/8 cups
White Sugar
1 tsp
Dried Yeast
2 tsp
Water at room temperature (20 °C)
1 cup
Natural Greek Yogurt
150ml (5/8
cup)
Salt
1 tsp
Wholemeal Bread flour
3 1/3 cups
Bicarbonate of Soda
1 tsp
Baking powder
1 tbsp
Care and Maintenance
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Always disconnect the Breadmaker from the mains supply immediately after use.
Allow the Breadmaker to cool down after use before you clean or store it. It takes
about 30 minutes until the Breadmaker is cool enough to be used again.
To assist the Breadmaker to cool down, leave the Lid open but ensure it is in a
safe place away from children and pets.
Cleaning and Care
Use only warm water with a mild liquid detergent for cleaning. Under no circumstances use chemical cleaners or solvents, oven cleaners or abrasive agents.
Ensure the Breadmaker is disconnected from the mains and has cooled down to the
point where it can be safely handled.
Pour some water into the Bread Pan and leave for a few minutes to assist it to cool
down. Do not re-insert the Bread Pan into the Breadmaker until it has been cleaned.
The Bread Pan, Kneading Paddle and the Drive Shaft should be
thoroughly cleaned in warm water with detergent added. The
bore in the Kneading Paddle can be cleaned with a soft bottle
brush or similar implement.
If you leave the Kneading Paddle fitted to the shaft it may be difficult to separate them afterwards. If this happens, fill the Bread
Pan with warm water to which a few drops of liquid detergent
have been added. Leave it to stand for 30 minutes and then remove the Kneading Paddle from the shaft for cleaning.
Rinse the Bread Pan and Kneading Paddle thoroughly to remove
all traces of detergent and allow to dry. Wash the measuring cup
and spoon with sponge after every use.
Wipe the housing inside and outside with a damp cloth.
Do not immerse the Breadmaker in water and never pour water into the oven housing.
Do not allow the cable or mains plug to come into contact with water and do not pour
water on the appliance or excessively wet the interior or the control panel.
Clean and dry all parts carefully after use.
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Remove all crumbs from the lid, housing and oven housing with a soft cloth.
Maintenance
When storing the Bread Pan in the Breadmaker, store it in the LOCKED position, but
leave the Kneading Paddle loose in the pan and ready for assembly when next use.
About the Nonstick Coating on the Bread Pan and the Kneading Paddle:
To protect the nonstick coating:
• Do not use hard utensils such as metal spatulas, knives or forks.
• Do not use scrubbing brushes, hard nylon sponges or metal brushes.
• Be sure to clean after every use.
• As times goes by, the colour of the nonstick coating may change due to moisture
or steam created during cooking. This is normal and has no effect on the appliance
performance or use.
• Do not use benzene, thinner or chemically treated cloth for cleaning. (It may damage the Main Body or the Bread Pan)
• Do not place it in dishwasher or dishdryer.
• Allow the Breadmaker to cool completely before storing it. Keeping the Lid open
helps.
• When storing the Breadmaker, be sure to close the Lid and do not place items (especially heavy items) on the Lid.
• Before sure to dry the Bread Pan and Kneading Blade well before storing.
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Troubleshooting
This guide was created to help you through any difficulties you may encounter as
you learn to use your Breadmaker,. If your initial baking results are not completely
satisfactory, please consulting this guide. In most cases, you will find the remedy as
well as the answer to the questions you may have.
Symptom
Possible Cause
Bread rises too much
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Bread does not rise enough
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Bread has collapsed
Bread rose well but flattened
during baking.
Bread deformed after baking
Bread is difficult to slice
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Check yeast condition carefully.
Only use sachet yeast.
Keep ingredients separated.
Use fresh water at room temperature.
Use fresh bread flour.
Keep the bread flour dry and in
a dark, cool place.
Too much water.
Ingredients not fresh.
Poor quality flour.
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Reduce water slightly.
Do not exceed “Use by” dates.
Use fresh proper bread flour.
Gluten content of flour
too low.
Too much water.
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Use fresh proper bread flour.
Reduce amount of water
slightly.
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Check quantity and quality of all
ingredients.
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Check quantity and quality of all
ingredients.
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Let bread cool on an open rack.
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Use water at room temperature and fresh correctly stored
ingredients.
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Check ingredients carefully to
see whether the portions are
correct.
Check whether the ingredients
are old or out of date.
Reduce water content.
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Ingredients too warm.
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Flour to water ratio is
incorrect.
Flour is damp or out of
date.
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Too much flour, especially with white bread.
Excessive salt or sugar.
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Bread too warm.
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Mushroom-like rough surface
Too little yeast or wrong
yeast.
Damp or out of date
yeast.
Yeast in contact with
salt.
Water too warm.
Wrong type of flour.
Used damp or out of
date flour
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Texture lumpy or uneven
Too much yeast or flour.
Not enough salt.
Excessive water in the
bread.
Remedy
Q & A for Baking Bread
Question
Answer
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Why do loaves sometimes vary in height
and shape?
Breads are very sensitive to its environment
such as room temperature, weather, humidity,
altitude, use of the Timer and fluctuations in
household current. The bread shape can also
be affected if fresh ingredients are not used or
measured incorrectly.
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How do the loaves vary in shape depending During summer, loaves may sometimes rise too
on the season?
high or collapse, causing a dent in the middle.
During winter, you may have trouble getting the
bread to rise. This may be solved by keeping the
water temperature at about 20°C (68°F).
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Why does flour occasionally stick to the side During the initial mixing period, small amounts
of the bread?
of flour may sometimes stick to the sides of the
Bread Pan and baked onto the sides of the loaf.
If this happens, scrape off that portion of the
outer crust with a shape knife.
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Why does flour occasionally stick to the side You may not have added the ingredients in the
of the cake baked using the CAKE setting?
order listed. When the add beeps sound and it’s
time to add additional ingredients, be sure to
remove flour that remains on the sides of the
Bread Pan using a plastic utensil.
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Why is the dough sometimes very sticky
and difficult to work with?
Dough may sometimes be sticky (or too wet) depending on the room and water temperatures.
Try using colder water when making the dough
and dust the kneading surface and your hands
with flour more frequently.
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Why does the top of the loaf sometimes
look torn?
Sometimes the dough rises too well and the top
of the loaf looks torn. However the loaf will have
a very soft texture.
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Can I make breads using eggs in the Breadmaker?
Yes. Reduce the amount of water and replace
with eggs. Put the eggs in the Measuring Cup
first; then add water to measure accurately. Do
not use the Delay Timer function when using
eggs as they may spoil.
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Can I use this Breadmaker of favorite bread
recipes found in other cookbooks?
The accompanying recipes were especially created for this Breadmaker; results may vary when
using other recipes.
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Why cannot set the Delay Timer function
more than 12 hours?
Ingredients may spoil and affect the quality of
the dough if left out for an extended period.
The Delay Timer on the Breadmaker is set to
the maximum of 12 hours for the best taste and
performance.
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Question
Answer
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Why does the bread sometimes have a
strange odor?
Too much active dry yeast or outdated ingredients (especially flour and water) may cause
odors. Always measure ingredients accurately
and use fresh ingredients for best results.
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May I used home-ground or home-milled
flour?
Depending on how coarsely ground the homemilled flour is, results may not be satisfactory.
We suggest using a blend of home-ground flour
and regular bread flour for best results.
Abnormal Conditions
Condition Cause
Remedy
The buttons do not operate.
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The mains plug is not
connected to the mains
socket properly or is
disconnected from the
mains socket.
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Connect the Breadmaker to
the mains socket securely
or connect to the mains
socket.
The Breadmaker makes noise
during use.
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The noise you may hear
is the noise of the motor
during the kneading
process.
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This is normal. It does not
indicate any malfunction.
Some smokes comes out of the
Steam Vent and there is a burning smell.
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Ingredients or baked
product such as bread
crumbs have collected on
the Heating Element or
inside of the Breadmaker.
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Unplug the Breadmaker
and allow it to cool before
cleaning. Make sure to
clean the Breadmaker after
each use.
The Display shows E:EE.
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The temperature sensor is •
inoperative.
Have the Breadmaker
examined by Qualified
Technician.
The Display shows H:HH.
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The internal temperature
is too high
Switch the Breadmaker
off, remove the Bread Pan,
leave the Lid open and wait
until the Breadmaker has
cooled down.
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Troubleshooting
Status
Specification
Input Voltage
Power Consumption
230V ~50Hz
600W
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Replacement Part
Part Number
Bread Pan (inside the main unit)
XBM1139S-V-5
Kneading Paddle (inside the main unit)
XBM1139S-V-1
Measuring Cup
XBM1139S-V-2
Measuring Spoon
XBM1139S-V-3
Kneading Paddle Puller Tool
XBM1139S-V-4
Instruction Manual
XBM1139S-V-6
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