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Use and Care Guide
Recipe Book
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WARNING: A risk of fire and electrical shock exists in all electrical appliances
,-,nrltory cause oersonal iniurv or death. Please follow all safety Instructions.
IMPORTANT
When using electrical
the following:
SAFEGUARDS
appliances, basic safety precautions should always be followed including
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1. READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS.
2. To protect against electric shock do not immerse cord, plug, or appliance in water or other
liquid.
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3. Do not touch hot surfaces.
Always use oven mitts when handling the hot bread pan or bread.
4. Close supervision is necessary when the appliance is used by or near children.
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Allow to cool before attaching or removing parts.
6. Avoid touching moving parts.
7. Do not operate the appliance With a damaged cord or plug or after the appliance malfunctions,
or has been dropped or damaged in any manner.
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Return the appliance to the nearest authorized service facility for examination, repair, or
electrical or mechanical adjustment.
8. Attachments that are not recommended
used.
Or sold by the appliance manufacturer should not be
9. Do not use outdoors.
10. Do not let the cord hang over the edge of the table or counter, or touch hot surfaces.
11. Do not place on or near a hot gas or electric burner, or in a heated oven.
12. To disconnect, grip the plug and pull out from the wall outlet. Never pull on the cord.
13. Do not use the appliance for other than the intended use.
14. This product is intended for household use only.
15. Use accessory attachments only if recommended
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THIS PRODUCTFOR
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CAUTION: A short power supply cord is provided to reduce the risk of personal injury resulting from
becoming entangled in or tripping over a longer cord, Extension cords are availiable from local hardware stores and may be used if care is exercised in their use. If an extension cord is required, apecial care and caution is necessary. Also, the cord must be (1) marked with an electrical rating of at
:l_st 13A., 125V., 1625W., and (2) the cord should be arrar_ged so that it willnot drape over the
countertop or tr;bletop where it can be pulled on by children or tripped over accidentally.
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POWER:
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If electric circuit is overloaded with other appliances, your bread maker may
not operate properly, Bread ,maker should be operated on a separate electrical Circuit from other
operating appliances.
POLARIZED
PLUG : This appliance has a polarized plug(one blade is wider than the other). To
reduce the risk of electdc shock, this plug is intended to fit in a polarized outlet only one way. If the
plug does not fit fully in the outlet, reverse the plug. If it still does not fit, contact a qualified
electrician. Do not attempt to defeat this safety feature.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Ii_PORTANT
SAFEGUARDS
BREADMAKER
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INTRODUCTION
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• Basic features ............................................................................................................................
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• Program specification ................................................................................................................
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• Parts and functions ....................................................................................................................
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• Control panel ............................
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INSTALLATION
HOWTO
AND SAFETY
CLEAN
INGREDIENTS
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PRECAUTIONS
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• Yeast ...........................................................................
• Flour ..........................................
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oSalt .... . .......................................................................................................................................
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eFat ............................................................................................................................................
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• Liquids .......................................................................................................................................
12
• Cinnamon and Garlic ...............................................................................................................
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• Bread Mixes ............. :........... .i........ •.................................................
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OPERATION .................................
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• Programming(Bread/Specialty,
Bread Rapid, Whole Wheat Bread) ...................................
Programming the Delay Timer ...................... ;..............................................
• Programming Specialty
14...16
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Breads ................................................................................................
• Programming Dough .............................................................................
14-18
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• Baking Control .........................................................................................................................
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• Crust Treatments .....................................................................................................................
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STORING
YEAST PRODUCTS
COOKBOOK
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GUIDE (RECIPES)
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• Breads ...............................................................................................................................
22.-.35
• Doughs ................................
36.-.55
BEFORE
REQUESTING
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SERVICE
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• Problems and Solutions ...........................................................................................................
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• Service Information ...................................................................................................................
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• Before requesting Service ..................................................................................................
57~58
• Questions and Answers ......................................................................................
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• Display Signals ...................................................................................
SPECIFICATIONS
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B FtEA DMAKE R INTRO DU CT! ON
Basic Features
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PROGRAM SELEC T
The PROGRAM SELECT button will let you choose four different programs;
- Bread/Specialty, Bread Rapid, Whole Wheat Bread and Dough,
The Bread/Specialty Program and Whole Wheat Bread Program contains an audible 4 beeps
signal which sounds 3 minutes before the end of second kneading.
This tells you to add the additional ingredients(i.e, raisins, nuts) required in the specialty bread recipes.
When the bread is done, the beeper sounds 8 times and [:H] is displayed on display board.
• Bread/Specialty
Program ...................
• Bread Rapid Program .........................
Whole Wheat Bread Program ............
• Dough Program ...................................
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SETTING THE DELAY TIMER
The Timer can be set to delay
breadmaking from 4:10 hours
to 13 hours.
At the selected time, delicious
bread will be ready.
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Simply put the measured ingredients into the bread pan
and press the START pad. After 3 hours and 40
minutes, the beeper sounds 8 times indicating that the
bread is done. This cycle contains an audible signal
(4 Beeps) which sounds after about 21 minutes into the
program, This is when you add the additional
ingredients(i.e, raisins, nuts).
Save an hour using this Bread Rapid Program. After
2 hours and 40 minutes, the beeper sounds 8 times
indicating that the bread is done.
If a recipe containsmore than 50% whole wheat flour,
then use Whole Wheat Bread Program. This program
takes 4:00 hours to complete. The first 20 minutes, the
breadmaker is pre-heating prior to first knead cycle. This
cycle contains an audible signal(4 Beeps) which sounds
after about 92 minutes into the program. This is when you
add the additional ingredients(i.e, raisins, nuts).
The Dough Program'is used tO prepare dough for making
bread or rolls which are shaped before baking in your
conventional oven. The dough is kneaded an hour and
3 minutes. The dough is removed from the bread pan,
rested and shaped as desired before baking. The Dough
Program can be used to make the dough for pizza, coffee
cake, cinnamon buns, pretzels, bread sticks, bagels, etc.
BAKING CONTROL
The Baking control function
allows you to select a dark,
medium or light crust.
WARM
The breadmaker can keep
bread warm for 3 hours after
the Bread/Specialty or Whole
Wheat Bread program is finished. If the bread is not
removed at the end of the
program, the bread
will automatically be kept
warm for up to 3 hours.
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[] Program Specifications
Program
Bread/Specialty
Bread Rapid
Process
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Whole Wheat
Bread
Dough
4:10-13 hours
4:10-13 hours
20 min
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Pre-heat
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1st knead
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7 min
13 min
6 min
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Rest
5 min
5 min
50 rnin
5 min
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2nd knead
12 min
12 min
12 min
12 min
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1st rise
40 min
20 min
20 min
40 rain
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4 sec
4 sec
4 sec
4 sec
2nd rise
25 min
20 min
15 min
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Gas squeeze
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4 sec
4 sec
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3rd rise
60 rain
46 min
40 min
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Baking
50 min
50 min
50 min
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Cool
20 min
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Hold Warm
3 hours
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End
End
End
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2:40
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- The Bread/Specialty and Whole Wheat Bread Program contains an audible signal(4 beeps) which
sounds 3 minutes before the end of second kneading.
This tells you to add the additionalingredients(i.e. raisin, nuts or vegetables etc.) required in the
specialty bread recipes.
- The beeper sounds 8 times at the end of coolingprocess to indicate the bread is done.
[] Parts and Functions
Bread pan Handle
Lid
Kneading Blade
(Flat side down)
Handle
Bread Pan
Viewing Window
Air Exhaust
(Air is vented through
these outlets)
Shaft
(Rotates the
kneading blade)
Control
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Accessories
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Uquid Measuring Cup
(1 cup)
[] Control Panel
rDELAY
After setting the delay time,
_ress the start pad. The
timer indicator will light up.
When the breadmaker
starts to knead, the indicator
goes off.
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REMAINING
TIME
INDICATOR
TIMER INDICATOR _
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REMAINING
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TIME
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HOURS
MINUTES
Press timer pads to set the
time delay. The time will
advance by 10 minute
intervals from 4:10 to 13:00
hours. This timer can
only be used for the
bread basic and whole
wheat
ram.
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BAKING CONTROL
INDICATOR
Whole Wheat
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Dough
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pad will advance the indicator
for light, medium or dark
crust.
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Med
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PROGRAM
SELECT
Press this pad to select the
program: Bread Basic,
Bread Rapid, Whole wheat
Bread or Dough.
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START
BAKING
CONTROL
Press this pad to select dark,
medium or light crust.
STOP
Press this pad to cancel a
program. If you make a mistake when setting the delay
timer, press the STOP pad
and re-enter the correct
program.
START
After setting the desired
program, the baking control
and timer (if needed), press
this pad to start the program
or timer count down.
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CAUTION
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If you than
want 1tosecond
cancel at
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selected
program,
press the STOP
more
time during
the cycle.
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INSTALLATIONAND SAFETYPRECAUTIONS
Read this manual and follow these simple safety precautions
The breadmaker should be placed on a
heat resistant surface and away from
direct sunlight.
before using this appliance.
Do not use the breadmaker near a
source of heat or where it is unstable.
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Allow at least 4 inches clearance on all
sides of the breadmaker when it is in
use.
Plug the breadmaker into a properly
wired wall outlet(120V/60Hz only).
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Keep the breadmaker away from
babies and children. They may touch
th e control pads or hot surfaces during
operation.
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Do not cover the breadmaker with anything, or put anything in the breadmaker(except the bread pan) as this may
cause a fire or a malfunction.
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Do not open the lid or remove the bread
pan during operation.
The lid may be only opened on the
Bread/Specialty
or Whole Wheat Bread
program to add extra ingredients at the
indicated time(beeper sounds 4 times).
Lifting the lid during operation will allow
warm air to escape, there by hindering
the RISE and BAKE stage.
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Do not immerse the bread pan in
water. It may cause the shaft to
malfunction. Wipepan with a damp
cloth to clean.
Do not dent or damage the bread
pan. The breadmaker will not operate
properly if it is damaged.
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Never immerse the breadmaker,
cord or
plug in water.
This would be very dangerous.
sure to disconnect the power cord
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by pulling out the plug, and allow the
breadmaker
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to cool down before
HOW TO CLEAN
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_ CLEANING
(Always, unplug
• Avoid using any cleaning agent other than
dish detergent.
= Do not use steel wool or other abrasive
materials.
unit)
• Do not immerse the bread pan in water.
Wipe clean with a damp cloth, then dry thoroughly.
• Do not wash the removable parts in the
dishwasher.
• Wipe the shaft with a soft cloth or sponge to
prevent damage to the seal packing.
Allow to dry before storing the pan inside
the bread maker.
SEAL PACKI
• Wipe the exterior with a damp dish cloth after
each use.
Do not immerse in water or splash with water.
• After using, cool and wipe out crumbs or
flour from the oven interior with a dampened
washcloth. A dampened, small soft
brush may also be used.
SHAFT
• Wash the kneading blade with a soft cloth
or sponge, and let dry. If necessary,
immerse in water for a while and clean with
• Do not use metal utensils to prevent damage
to the non-stick coating of the bread pan.
a Soft toothbrush. Dry thoroughly. The
kneading blade should be removed and
cleaned after use.
KNEADING BLADE
NOTE : The non-stick coating may change
color after prolonged use. This is caused by
moisture and steam, and in no way affects performance.
STORING
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Be sure breadmaker
is completely cooled before storing.
• All removable parts should be thoroughly cleaned and dried.
• Store breadmaker with lid closed.
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INGREDIENTS
Congratulations!
You have just acquired
a TOASTMASTER
Bread BOXTM.Toastmaster, Inc. has
become a household name you can count on as has RED STAR ®Yeast. The home economists at
RED STAR ®Yeast and TOASTMASTER
have combined their efforts to provide the exciting recipes
in this cookbook. Many hours of developing and testing these recipes were necessary to assure you,
the home baker, a variety of delicious homemade breads.
While some of you have been baking breads using traditional methods for years, others may have no
experience at all. Actually, neither group has an advantage over the other since using a bread
machine is a completely new concept in bread making. To achieve optimum results, please take a
few minutes and read the following information before you even shop for the ingredients.
All ingredients except water should be at room temperature.
[] Yeast : The Number One Ingredient
RED STAR ®Active Dry Yeast was used in developing
all the recipes in this book. However, RED
STAR ®QUICK-RISE TM Yeast could also be used. We found that we did not have to vary the amount
used when we substituted one for the other in this TOASTMASTER
Bread BOXTM.
Follow Package directions if using Bread Machine Yeast.
Because yeast can grind against itself and become very fine. It is packaged by weight and not by
volume. A 1/4oz. package of RED STAR ®Yeast contains approximately 21/4 level teaspoons of yeast.
The activity of yeast will deteriorate when it is exposed to oxygen, moisture or warmth. Therefore,
yeast needs to be stored airtight, refrigerated or frozen. Yeast is granular and comes to room temperature very quickly.
Yeast ferments sugar to leaven bread. White and brown sugar, honey and molasses may be interchanged equally. Since honey and molasses are liquids, decrease the water by the same amount as
the honey or molasses added_
Artificial sweeteners may not be used as the yeast cannot react with them. But yeast does have the
ability to convert the starch in flour to sugar. French bread is an example of yeast activity in a bread
dough with little or no sugar. Although sugar is the favorite food of yeast, too much sugar will cause
the yeast to disfunction, especially within a bread machine program. The yeast will have a feeding
frenzy and then become lethargic. The loaf of bread will be small and dense. Dried fruits also contribute sugar to the bread dough. Resist the temptation to add more than specified in the recipe.
[] Flour : Bread Flour Is Essential
Bread flour is a necessity. It is milled from a hard winter or spring wheat. The protein content is higher and more durable in bread flour than in all-purpose flour. The protein when mixed with liquid
becomes gluten. When gluten is kneaded it becomes elastic and when baked is the structure of the
bread. All purpose flour, milled from a combination of soft a_ndhard wheat, becomes elastic too easily for use in a bread machine and quickly loses its ability to stretch well. The bread made from allpurpose flour will be small and dense. Several well-known mills now market bread flour. They are
labeled as bread flour on the packages and are readily available at grocery stores.
Wheat is the only grain that contains the type of protein that becomes elastic when kneaded. Other
flours such as rye, barley, oats. soy, rice and buckwheat add flavor and fiber to breads but do not
become part of the structure of the dough. Therefore, it is necessary to have a wheat flour as a base
when making breads with other flours.
ViT_,iWheat Gluten is produced by processingwhite
flour one more step. White flour contains protein
and Starch. Mills are now able to remove most of the starch leaving only the protein(gluten). This is
more expensive but is used in very small amounts, when vital wheat gluten is added to recipes containing all whole grains, it helps to improve the volume and shape of the loaf. Usually 1 teaspoon per
cup of flour will make a difference. If more than a tablespoon per cuP of flour is used, the bread may
be tough. Grocery stores are beginning to stock this ingredient in the aisle with baking ingredients.
It is also available at health or natural food stores ....
To measure flour, spoon into measuring
cup and level off.
DO NOT : tap cup
pack flour into cup
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Store flourfor long periods of time in the freezer rather than the refrigerator. Refrigerators
out flours.'Be sure the flour is at room temperature before placing in a bread machine.
[] Salt : Regulates Yeast Activity
tend to dry
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Salt is necessary to control the activity of yeast, disciplining it to work slow and steady. Without salt
yeast acts very rapidly and gives out too quickly. Sa!t also strengthens .the structure of the dough.
If too little or no salt is used, the bread will rise rapidly and then fail either before the baking or as
soon as the baking begins; the texture will be coarse and uneven. Some salt substitutes will work
effectively.
[] Fat : Dough Enhancer And Conditioner
Shortening is an American term for fat used in recipes. The recipes in this book Use vegetable oil.
Solid shortening, butter or margarine maybe substituted; Divide into small pieces before placing in
the machine, There will not be any noticeable flavor difference. The crust may be a little crisper with
butter. ,Margarine tends tomake the crust a little tougher. Light or whipped margarine
well.
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[] Liquids : Activate The Yeast And Bind The Dough
Liquids include all the wet ingredients used in the recipe. Traditional bread bakers have been taught
correctly that warm liquid(110..115°F) will activate dry yeast. However, when yeast is used in a bread
machine, the,liquid temperature most likely to provide a good environment for the yeast is 80°1=.With
this temperature, the yeastactivates gradually to accommodate the program of the machine. When
higher degrees of liquids are used, the yeast not only activatestoo quickly, but also the entire dough
becomes too warm, !f the temperature of the dough raises over 100°F during the rising times, the
yeast does not die but becomes very lethargic and is not able'to work effectively.
Because climates and seasons of a year make for a wide variety of humidity levels, the liquid
amounts called for in a recipe may haveto be adjusted. Flour will not accept the same amount of
liquid in a moist humid climate as it will in adry climate; i.e., Florida residentsalways
use less than
Arizona residents.
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Wisconsin bakers will use less liquid in their machines in thesummer
than in the Winter. The differ-
ence may be as much as 1/4 to 1/2 cup of liquid. When bread is kneading, the dough should be a
soft, tacky ball. More flour, one tablespoon at a time, may be added after 5 minutes of kneading if the
dough is too wet.
More liquid may also be added, one tablespoon
at a time, if the dough is too dry. If the bread falls
during the baking cycle and/or is quite coarse, reduce the total liquid amount.
When the machine is set on the delay timer, reduce the amount of liquid in most recipes by I tablespoon and be sure the liquid is very cold.
Eggs are also considered part of the total liquid amount. One egg should measure 1/4 cup. If it does
not, add additional water to equal 1/4 cup per egg. An eggwhite is equal to 1/8 cup. If it does not,
add additional water to equal 1/8 cup. Eggs need to be at room temperature before putting them in
the machine. If eggs are taken directly from the refrigerator, place them in a bowl of warm water to
takeoff the chill before cracking. DO NOT USE EGGS OR ANY PARISHABLE
FOODS WITH THE
DELAYED SETTING.
Recipes which require non fat dry milk can be substituted with milk. Omit the dry milk and replace
part or all of the water in the recipe with milk. Dry milk, like liquid milk, will make the crumb structure
have a more velvety texture. Fresh milk is not recommended with the delayed setting.
[] Cinnamon
And Garlic : Not True Friends Of Yeast Dough
Although cinnamon is associated very closely to the nostalgic senses of bread, it has not been a part
of the actual dough. Previously, cinnamon and sugar were sprinkled on dough before it was rolled up
jelly roll fashion. Adding it to the dough in a bread machine presents a problem. Cinnamon acts to
bread dough as meat tenderizer acts to meat-breaking down the structure. Although it smells wonderful as it is baking, the flavor is dissipated in the baking process. DO NOT ADD MORE than listed
in the recipe.
Garlic inhibits yeast activity. Use garlic in a spread for the bread rather than adding it to the dough.
[] Bread Mixes
Use mixes labeled for 1-11/2 pound loaves. For best results use the Rapid or BREAD/SPECIALTY
Delay Program.
Layer ingredients in bread pan in the following sequences:
YEAST
INGREDIENTS
WATER
If additional assistance is needed, expert help is available from Toastmaster(I-800-947-3744)
from RED STAR ° YEAST(I-800-445-4746
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OPERATION
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Mount the kneading blade on the
shaft.
Openthe lid and remove the bread
pan turning the bread pan clockwise
and then pulling straight :up, using
the handle.
Place the bread pan in the breadmakerand turn counterclockwise.
Placeall ingredients in the bread
pan. Make sure not to omit any
ingredients.
mark to the.FRONT
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FRONT)
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breadmaker
YEAST
INGREDIENTS
WATER
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yeast last on top of the flour and
, away from the liquid, This is critical,
for good results.
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Close the lid slowly and tightly using
the handle, until it clicks. Plug in the
breadmaker. The display indicator
bread to be finished is displayed
3:40 and is counting down (2:40 for :
Bread Rapid).
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displayed will
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Press the START pad.
Notice that the time left for the
pre-heat time.
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Select the desired Program and
Baking Control (light, medium or
dark crust).
The program and Baking Control
indicator should light up.
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The beeper will sound 8 times indicating the bread is done and cooled.
After bread is done, if you do not take the bread out of the breadmaker immediately, the
bread is kept warm for 3 hours displaying [:H] on the remaining time(Not in rapid or
dough cycle).
After 3 hours, [End] is displayed.
CAUTION: Do not touch the Breadmaker,
because it is very hot during baking. Do not
open the lid during operation. Heat will
escape and final result may be altered.
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NOTE: The beeper sounds 4 times when baking is complete, Cooling then proceeds.
When serving bread that is just baked, press the STOP pad first, then take the bread out
from the bread pan. (Be sure to use oven mitts, because the pan is very hot.) Dissipate
heat by placing a towel or other cloth under the bread before cutting. Turn the loaf on its
side and cut with a serrated knife.
Press the STOP pad and remove
the bread pan using oven mitts.
Turn the bread pan upside down
and shake the bread pan several
times to release the bread.
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Place the bread on a
wire rack to cool and
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remove the kneading
blade from the bread.
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:• Always unplug after each use.
[] Programming the Delay Timer (Bread/Specialty And Whole Wheat only)
_"_Set the timer for however 10ng you want to wait before the bread is done(from
4:10 to 13 hours,
in 10 minute intervals).
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Set the timer for 9:30, because there are 9 hours and 30 minutes between 9:00 p.m. and
EXAMPLE: Itis 9:00 p.m. now. The bread should be ready at 6:30 a.m. the next morning.
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advance in !0 minute increments.
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applied to the pad, the time will
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3. Press the START pad and the
timer is set. The timer set indi.
If you pass the
Continually pressing the (,)
pad will advance the time
faster up to 13:00.
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2. When constant pressure is
advance
NOTE:
;desired delay time, push the
(Y) pad to go back.
This is the longest that the
timer may be delayed.
It will then count down in 1
minute increments to 3:40,
then it will start.
TIMER SET indicator lights
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After one minute, 9:29is dis -'''_
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[] Programming Specialty Breads-Raisin
NOTE : SEE COOKBOOK
GUIDE
Bread, Nut Bread, etc.
FOR RECIPES.
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1. Press program
to select Bread/Specialty
Program.
2. Press the START pad. Notice that the knead indicator
is lit, and the timer displays 3:40 indicating how long it
will take to complete the bread making program
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After about 21 minutes from the start (and 3 minutes before
the secondary kneading is finished), 4 beeps indicate the
time to add any additional ingredients raisins, nuts, cheese,
etc.
Open the lid and add ingredients quickly and evenly
over the dough. Opening the lid at this time will not
stop the kneading, so be careful. Close the lid. Now
the unit will continue through the remaining stages
automatically.
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NOTE:
• Make sure you select the Bread/Specialty Program: If overlooked, the beeper will not sound to
indicate when to add the additional ingredients. •
• If you add the additional ingredients before the machine beeps 4 times, the ingredients may be
crushed.
• After adding the extras, quickly close the lid to prevent heat loss.
• It is better to select light baking control for a soft and delicious crust.
•
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Programming Dough
,.
,.
The Delay Timer cannot be used for the dough program.
1. First choose a recipe from the Use and Care Guide.
2. Press:the PROGRAM
indicator will be lit.
The remaining
SELECT pad 4 times; the dough
time displays 1:03.
_BEMAINING_TJME_
nnl
HOURS
3. Press the START pad. The knead indicator should be lit
and the breadmaker will start to knead.
MINUTES
4. After I hour and 3 minutes the beeper will sound indicating the time to remove the dough.
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5. Follow your recipe directions to complete
have chosen to make.
whatever
you
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[] Baking Control
The Baking Control function is used for any loaf of bread baked in the Automatic
Breadmaker.
The Baking Control function is used to select the color of the crust. It can be baked light, medium
or dark, you choose!
1. Press one time, medium is selected.
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NOTE:
2. Press more than one time, the baking control function
be advanced as follows:
will
It is not necessary to press the Baking Control pad when rnedui m is desired.
Just press the START pad and the Baking Control will be set medium automatically.
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[] Crust Treatments (use only with dough program)
Always allow optimum rising of shaped dough. Then, use a pastry brush to gently apply the glaze.
Bake as directed in the recipe. For a shiny, golden crust, use Egg Glaze or Egg Yolk Glaze. For a
shiny, chewy crust, use Egg White Glaze, because egg yolk is notused, crust will not be as golden in
color..
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Egg YolkGlaze
Mix I slightly beaten egg yolk with I tablespoon(15ml)
Egg White Glaze
Mix1 slightly beaten egg white with I tablespoon(15ml)
water or milk.
water.
STORING YEAST PRODUCTS
[] FREEZING OF BAKED YEAST PRODUCTS:
When freezing a baked yeast product, it is important to have it completely
prevent moisture from making the product soggy.
cooled before wrapping to
Do not frost before freezing. Freeze cooled unwrapped product one hour to harden. Remove from
freezer; wrap in plastic wrap or aluminum foil. Place in plastic bag and seal. Freeze for six to eight
weeks. To thaw, partially open wrappings to allow moisture to escape.
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FREEZING UNBAKED YEAST PRODUCTS:
Freezing dough for later shaping and baking is done after the dough is kneaded and before the first
rising. Divide dough into desired amounts and flatten into disks, one-inch thick. Place on cookie
••sheet and put in freezer one hour to harden. Remove from freezer; wrap with plastic wrap or aluminum foil. Place in plastic bag and seal. Dough can be kept in freezer up to four weeks. To thaw,
place covered dough in refrigerator overnight or for several hours. Place uncovered dough on
counter for fifteen to twenty minutes to bring dough to room temperature. Punch down dough.
Dough is now ready for shaping and second rising.
Dough can also be frozen after being formed into a desired shape and before proofing. Place
shaped dough on cookie sheet; put in freezer one hour to harden. Remove from freezer; wrap with
plastic wrap or aluminum foil, Place in plastic bag and seal. Dough can be kept in freezer up to
four weeks. Thaw the covered frozen dough slowly in your refrigerator overnight or for several
hours.
Bring dough to room temperature partially unwrapped to allow moisture to escape. Let dough rise
to double before baking. Bake according to recipe instructions.
If an unbaked product needs to be frozen longer, add one half again as much yeast as called for in
recipe. Dough may be frozen up to six months.
INDEX
÷-_÷
BREADS
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22
22
23
23
POTATO BREAD... .... _..............................................................................................................
24
EGG BREAD .............................................................................................................
_............... •
24
CORN BREAD ........................................................
..................................................................
25
•DILL BREAD .............................................................................................................................
25
BEER BREAD ...........................................................................................................................
26
BLOODY MARY BREAD ..........................................................................................................
26
HONEY-GRANOLA-BREAD.
....................................................................................................
27
BANANA BREAD ......................................................................................................................
27
SPICED PUMPKIN BREAD ......................................................................................................
28
TRAIL MIX BREAD ...................................................................................................................
MAPLE BREAD .........................................................................................................................
28
29
HOLIDAY BREAD .....................................................................................................................
29
CINNAMON RAISIN BREAD ....................................................................................................
30
WHOLE GRAIN BREAD ...........................................................................................................
WHOLE WHEAT SOURDOUGH BREAD .................................................................................
30--,31
MOM'S HEARTY NUT BREAD ...................................................................................................
32
CRUNCHY CRACKED WHEAT BREAD ..................................................................................
32
JALAPENO BREAD ..................................................................................................................
33
WHOLE WHEAT BREAD ..........................................................................................................
33
HONEY WHOLE WHEAT BREAD ............................................................................................
34
WHOLE WHEAT CINNAMON RAISIN WALNUT BREAD ........................................................
34
FARM STYLE WHEAT BREAD ................................................................................................
35
BASIC WHITE BREAD ...................................................
;................ ..... ...................................
FRENCH BREAD ..................................................................
....................................................
FRENCH VARIATION BREAD ........ ...... ...._........................ ............................ ........... . .............
_'_:,
'_ _-" DOUGHS
"_"
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DINNER ROLLS ........................................................................................................................
WHEAT DINNER ROLLS ..........................................................................................................
BU'I-FERMILK ROLLS ...............................................................................................................
100% WHOLE WHEAT HONEY ROLLS ..................................................................................
36
37
38
39
FRENCH BAGUETTES ............................................................................................................
FRENCH TWISTS .....................................................................................................................
FRENCH BREAD ......................................................................................................................
BAGELS ....................................................................................................................................
SOURDOUGH
CRACKED WHEAT HOAGIE BUNS ................................................................
BANANA WHEAT BAGELS ......................................................................................................
LEBONESE PITA POCKETS ....................................................................................................
SOFT PRETZELS .....................................................................................................................
PIZZA ........................................................................................................................................
WHOLE WHEAT PIZZA ............................................................................................................
CHEEZY MONKEY BREAD ......................................................................................................
FOCCACIA BREAD ..................................................................................................................
CHALLAH BRAID ..........................................................................................................
,...........
CINNAMON ROLLS ..................................................................................................................
STICKY BREAKFAST ROLLS ..................................................................................................
ALMOND-CHERRY
COFFEE CAKE ........................................................................................
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
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HIGHALTITUDE
ADJUSTMENT
TIPSANDCHART
• Become familiar with the typical results of the different settings before taking on an "experiment".
• Keep a record of what works and what doesn't in your altitude so that you learn from each result.
• It you need to make a change in addition to the changes in the chart, do so, but only one ingredient
at a time. If you change too many ingredients at once, you will not know which change was the correct one.
The following chart is for a 1 pound loaf of bread using 2 cups bread flour in an automatic bread
machine.
Sea level
1. Yeast
2000'
11/2t.
..................................
t ..................................
4000'
11/4t.
1 t.
I ...................................
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......
2 T.
3. Salt
1 t.
r ..................................
6000'
7500'
3/4t.
i ...................................
1/2t.
I'._
2 T.
1 t.
5 t.
1 t.
5 t.
1 t.
4 t.
11/3t.
4. Gluten
0
0
0
11/2t.
11/2t.
5. Liquid
3/4c.
7/8c.
1 c.
11/3c.
11/4c.
The following chart is for a 11/2 pound loaf of bread using 3 cups bread flour in an automatic
machine.
Sea level
2000'
4000'
6000'
bread
7500'
1 Yeast
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21/2t.
21/4t.
2 t.
13/4t.
11/2t.
........................
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3T.
....2. sugar.............................................................
3 T............................
8t.............................
t..............................
7 ...............
3. Salt
11/2t.
11/2t.
11/2t.
11/2t.
11/4t.
4. Gluten
0
0
0
2 t.
2 t.
5. Liquid
1 c.
11/3c.
11/4c.
13/8c.
11/2c.
Additional
information
about each of the ingredients
listed above:
1. Atmospheric pressure is less at high elevations which makes the dough rise faster. In Utah, the
dough can rise 21/2to 3 times its volume in the first rising before it is ready to punch down.
Recipes need less yeast as the altitude increases to slow the rising so that the dough has time to
develop a good flavor and texture. Shorter internal pressure on baked goods; therefore, the faster
they rise.
2. Sugar weakens the cell structure of the dough so must be reduced to have adequate
rising.
3. Salt is increased to avoid overproofing.
4. The addition of gluten helps to protect the cell structure of the dough from over stretching so that it
doesn't have a coarse texture, and the product will not fall. The automatic bread machine tends to
over knead at higher altitudes making it necessary to add gluten to the recipe.
5. Liquids evaporate faster at higher altitudes. If the bread is not rising enough,
lem and not the yeast.
it is a moisture prob-
More information :
Flour is very dry at high altitudes; thus, it absorbs more liquid. In many cases, less flour is necessary
to achieve the proper dough consistency.
Use yeast before expiration date. Use regular active dry yeast or quick or rapid rise yeast, not cornpressed yeast. If using bulk yeast, keep refrigerated or frozen. If using jarred yeast and it has been
open more than2 months, check its freshnnes with the following test.
Combine 21/4teaspoon yeast, 1 teaspoon sugar and 1/2cup of 110°-115 ° water. This mixture should
double in 10 minutes.
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BREADS
Water (80°F/27°C)
Oil
Lemon Juice
Salt
Sugar
Dry Milk
Bread Flour
Active Dry Yeast
1 Pound
1ViP0unds
3/4cup+l tbsp
1 tbsp
1 tsp
1 tsp
11/2tbsp
1 tbsp
21/4cups
11/4tsp
1 cup
2 tbsp
1 tsp
11/2tsp
2 tbsp
11/'2tbsp
3 cups
21/.2tsp
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(D) If using Timer to delay bread, reduce the water by 1 tbsp for both size loaves. Use cool
water(70°F/20°C)
NOTE : If using Bread Rapid Program, use the above ingredients,
for the 1 pound loaf and l tbsp for the 11/2 pound loaf.
but increase the yeast to 21/4 tsp
Method
1. Remove the bread pan from the breadmaker. Attach the kneading blade on the shaft of the bread
pan. Place the ingredients into the bread pan, in the order listed.
2. Place the bread pan into the breadmaker; close the lid.
3. Select Breaci/Specialty
START.
Program or set Timer to delay and select light baking control. Press
4. When the beeper sounds 8 times, press STOP. Remove the bread pan using oven mitts. Remove
the bread and cool on a wire rack, cover with a clean teatowel.
5. When bread is completely
cool, store in a well-sealed
1 Pound
Water (80°F/27°C)
Oil
Lemon Juice
Salt
Sugar
Bread Flour
Active Dry Yeast
7/.8 cup
1 tbsp
1 tsp
1 tsp
1 tbsp
21/4cups
11/4tsp
plastic bag,
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1112Pounds
.... 1 cup + 2 tbsp
11/2 tbsp
1 tsp
1 tsp
1.1/2tbsp.
31/2 cups
21/4 tsp
(D) If using Timer to delay bread, reduce the water by I tbsp for both size recipes. Use cool
....
water(70°F/20°C).
.
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.
.
.
NOTE : If using the Bread Rapid Program, use the above ingredients, but increase the yeast tO 2 tsp
for the I pound loaf and 2112tsp for the 11/2 pound loaf.
Follow instructions on page 22 for Basic White Bread.
Water (80°F/27°C)
Lemon Juice
Salt
Sugar
Bread Flour
Active Dry Yeast
1 Pound
11/z Pounds
;'/8cup
1 tsp
1 tsp
1 tbsp
21/4 cups
11/4tsp
1 cup+2 tbsp
1 tsp
1 tsp
11/2tbsp
31/2 cups
21/4 tsp
(D) If using Timer to delay bread, use the same amounts of all ingredients. Use cool water
(70°F/20°C)
NOTE : If using the Bread Rapid Program, use the above ingredients, but increase the yeast to 2 tsp for
the 1 pound loaf and 2 3/4tsp for the 11/2pound loaf.
Follow instructions
on page 22 for Basic White Bread.
Set the bread maker on the Bread Rapid Program for best results.
Egg(s) at room temperatur e
+ enough Water (80°F/27°C) to equal
Oil
Salt
1
3/4cup
2 tbsp
1 tsp
2
1 cup + 3 tbsp
2 tbsp + 2 tsp
1112tsp
Sugar
Dry Milk
White Pepper
Potato Buds
Green onion, chopped(tops only)
Bread Flour
Active Dry Yeast
4 tsp
2 tbsp
lh tsp
114cup
1 tbsp
2 cups + 2 tbsp
11/2tsp
2 tbsp
3 tbsp
1/4tsp
lh cup
11/2 tbsp
31/4 cups
21/4 tsp
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DO NOT use this recipe on the Delay Timer Program.
Fo_fow instructions
on page 22 for Basic White Bread.
:
Set the bread maker on the Bread Rapid Program for best results.
Egg(s) at room temperature
+ enough Water (80°F/27°C)
to equal
Oil
.Salt_
Sugar
Dry Milk
Bread Flour,_ .......
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Active Dry Yeast
i
3/4cup + 1 tbsp
'
1 tbsp
l_tsp
4 tsp ......
2 tbsp
2 cups+ 2tbsp
1V2 tsp
2
1 cup + 1 tbsp
11/2tbsp
_l_ll2_tsp
2 tbsp•
3 tbsp
3 cups
2!/4 tsp,
.
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DO NOT use this recipe on the Delay Timer Program.
Follow instructions on page 22 for Basic White Bread.
Set the bread maker on the Bread/Specialty
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1 egg (room temperature) +"
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equal (80°F/27°C)
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Lemon ,Juice
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Honey
Salt
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Dry Milk
i
Bread Flour
i
Corn Meal
Program for best results.
/
'
' .....3/4Cup + 1 tbsp
....
2 tbsp
1 tsp
2'tbsp
1 tsp
. I tbsp
' 2 cups
1i4 cup
,
DO NOT use this recipe on the Delay Timer Program.
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.
1 cup + 2 tbsp
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4 tbsp
1 tsp .
3 tbsp
1112tsp
2 tbsp
3 cups
1/3cup
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Follow instructions
on page 22 for Basic White Bread.
Set the bread maker on the Bread Rapid Program for best results.
Egg(s) at room temperature
+ enough Yogurt at room
temperature to equal
Oil
Lemon Juice
Salt
Sugar
Bread Flour
Dill Weed
Dried Minced Onion
Active Dry Yeast
1 Pound
11h Pounds
1
3/4cup + 3 tbsp
2
1 cup + 3 tbsp
1 tbsp
1 tsp
1 tsp
4 tsp
2 cups
11/2 tsp
2 tsp
11/2tsp
11/2 tbsp
ltsp
21/4 tsp
2 tbsp
3 cups
1 tbsp
1 tbsp
21/4 tsp
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DO NOT use this recipe on the Delay Timer Program.
Follow instructions
on page 22 for Basic White Bread.
Set the bread maker on the Bread/Specialty
Program for best results.
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Water (80°F/27°€)
Beer (room temperature and, Flat)
Oil
Lemon Juice
Salt
Sugar
•Bread Flour
Active Dry Yeast
k_
1 Pound
1Vz Pounds
V4 cup
2/3cup
4 tsp
1 tsp
1 tsp
2 tbsp
2 cups
11/2tsp
1/3cup
1 cup
2 tbsp
1 tsp
1114tsp
3 tbsp
3 cups
21/4 tsp
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Follow instructions
on page 22 for Basic White Bread.
Set the bread maker on the Bread Rapid program for best results.
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1 Pound
Water (80°F/27°C)
Oil '
1/4cup
1 tbsp
Lemon Juice
Bloody Mary Mix(room temperature)
Honey_
Salt
Bread Flour
FreSh Parsley, chopped
Green Onion, chopped (tops only)
Active Dry Yeast
1 tsp
1/2cup
1 tbsp_
1/2tsp
2 cups
1 tbsp
1 tbsp
11/2tsp
11/2Pounds
!/3 CUp + 2 tbsp
11/2 tbsp
_ l tsp _
3/4cup
11!2_tbsp_
3/4tsp
3 cups .:
2 tbsp
2 tbsp
21/4tsp
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Follow instructions
,
on page 22 for Basic White Bread.
Set the bread maker on the Bread/Specialty
Water '(80°F/27°C)
oil
Lemon Juice
Honey
Salt
Dry Milk
Bread Flour
Granola Cereal
' Active Dry Yeast
program for best results.
7/8 cUp
2 tbsp
1 tsp
2 tbsp
i/2 tsp
2 tbsp
21/_Cups
2/3 cup
11/2tsp
1 cup +2 tbsp
4 tbsp
1 tsp
21/2 tbsp
1 tsp
2 tbsp
3 cups
,314cup
13/4tsp
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(D) If using Timer to delay bread, use the same amounts of all ingredients.
(70 ° F/20°C).
Use cool water
Followinstructionson page22for BasicWhiteBread.
Set the bread maker on the Bread Rapid program for best results.
1 Pound
11/=Pounds
Egg(s) at room temperature
+ enough Water (80°F/27°C)
to equal
Oil
Lemon Juice
Mashed bananas
Salt
Sugar
Dry Milk
Bread Flour
1
1/2cup
2
3/4cup
1 tbsp
1 tsp
1/3cup
1 tsp
3 tbsp
1/4cup
2 cups
2 tbsp
1 tsp
1/2cup
11/2tsp
1/4cup
1/4cup
3 cups
Ginger
Instant Coffee
Active Dry Yeast
1/4tsp
11/2tsp
11/2tsp
1/2tsp
2 tsp
21/4 tsp
DO NOT use this recipe on the Delay Timer Program.
Follow instructions on page 22 for Basic White Bread.
Set the bread maker on the Bread Rapid program for best results.
Egg(s) at room temperature
+ enough Water (80°F/27°C)
to equal
Oil
Lemon Juice
PumPkin
Salt
Brown Sugar
Cloves
Nutmeg
Ginger
Cinnamon
Bread Rour
Active Dry Yeast
1
114cup
2
l/z cup
2 tbsp
1 tsp
213cup
1 tsp
2 tbsp
1/4tsp
1/2tsp
112tsp
1112tsp
2 cups
3 tbsp
1 tsp
1 cup
11/2tsp
3 tbsp
1/4tsp
314tsp
3/4tsp
2114tsp
31/3 cups
11/2tsp
21/4 tsp
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F:_.,i;,,w instructions
on page 22 for Basic White Bread.
Set the bread maker on the Bread/Specialty
program for best results,
3/4cup+l tbsp
21/2tbsp
1 tsp
-2-tbsp
1 tsp
2 cups
112cup
13/4tsp
Water (80°F/27°C)
Oil
Lemon Juice
-Honey
Salt
Bread Flour
Raisin & Nut Trail Mix
Active Dry Yeast
.,A
F_llow instructions
on page 22 for Basic White Bread.
Set the bread maker on the Bread/Specialty
program for best results.
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11/2 Pounds
Water (80°F/27°C)
Oil
,
Lemon Juice
Maple Syrup
Maple Flavoring
Salt
Bread Flour
Oatmeal, Quick or Regular
Walnuts
Active Dry Yeast
1 cup
4 tbsp
1 tsp
1/4cup
!/2 tsp
2tsp
3 cups
1 cup
_ 3/4cup
2 tsp
(D) If using Timer to delay bread, reduce the water by 1 tbsp. Use cool water (70°F/20°C).
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on page 22 for Basic White Bread.
Set the bread maker on the Bread Rapid program for best results.
Water (80°F/27°C)
Milk (room temperature)
Oil
Lemon Juice
Salt
Sugar
Bread Flour
Active Dry Yeast
Candied Fruit
Walnuts
1 Pound
111aPounds
2 tbsp
2/3cup
4 tsp
1 tsp
11/2 tsp
3 tbsp
2 cups + 2 tbsp
11/2tsp
1/3cup
1/2cup
1/3cup
1 cup
2 tbsp
1 tsp
2 tsp
1/4cup
3 cups
21/atsp ,
1/2cup
1/acup
DO NOT use this recipe on the Delay Timer Program.
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1 Pound
1Va Pounds
Water (80°F/27°C)
Oil
Lemon Juice
Salt
Light Brown Sugar
Dry Milk
Bread Flour
Active Dry Yeast
_/_cup
1 tbsp
1 tsp
1 tsp
1_/2 tbsp
1 tbsp
21/, cups
13/, tsp
1 cup
11/atbsp
1 tsp
11/2tsp
21/2tbsp
11/atbsp
3 cups
21/_tsp
Cinnamon
Raisins
Walnuts
1 tsp
1/_cup
1/_cup
2 tsp
1/2cup
1/2cup
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NOTE : If using Bread Rapid Program, use the above ingredients, but increase the yeast to 2qa tsp for 1 pound
loaf and 2_/, tsp for lqa pound loaf. Add all the ingredients at the beginning of the cycle.
(D) If using timer to delay bread, use the same amounts of all ingredients.
when you set the timer. Use cool water(70°F/20°C).
Add all the ingredients
Method
1. Remove bread pan from the breadmaker. Attach the kneading blade on the shaft of the bread pan.
Place all ingredients, in the order listed, except the raisins, nuts and cinnamon, into the bread pan.
2. Place the bread pan into the breadmaker, close the lid.
3. Select Bread/Specialty Program. Select the light baking control.
4. When the beeper sounds 4 times, open the lid and sprinkle the raisins, nuts and.cinnamon quickly
and evenly over the dough. Close the lid to continue the program.
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Follow instructions
best results ....
on page 22 for Basic White Bread. Set the breadmaker
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for
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1 Pound
Water
Buttermilk
Oil
Lemon Juice
Salt
DarkMolasses
..
Baking Soda
Oat Bran
Corn Meal
Medium Rye Flour
Buckwheat Flour
Whole Wheat Flour
Bread Flour
Active Dry
Yeast
Follow instructions
Ill=Pounds
1/4_up
2/3 cup
2 tsp
1 tsp
11/2 tsp
3-tbsp3/4tsp
3 tbsp
3 tbsp
.....3 tbsp"
3 tbsp
1/3cup
11/3cups
11/2tsp
1/3cup
1 cup
1 tbsp
1 tsp
2 tsp
-1/4 cup:
1 tsp
1/4cup
1/4cup
1/4cup
1/4cup
1/2cup
2 cups
21/4tsp
on page 33 for Whole Wheat Bread.
1 Pound
Water
Oil
Lemon Juice
Salt
Sugar
Whole Wheat Starter *
Whole Wheat Flour
Active Dry
Yeast
2/3cup
4 tsp
1 tsp
1 tsp
4 tsp
3/4cup
2113cups
11/2tsp
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Tip:
This makes a short dense loaf of bread with a great taste! Do not use this recipe on the Delay Timer
Program.
* Whole Wheat Sourdough
Starter Recipe
Active Dry Yeast
21/4 tsp
Warm Water
2 cups
Whole Wheat Flour
3V2 cups
Sugar
1 tbsp
In a 4-quart container, (glass, pottery, plastic or stainless steel) dissolve yeast in warm water
(il 0°~115°F); let stand 5 minutes. Add whole wheat flour and sugar. Stir by hand until blended.
The mixture will be thick; any remaining lumps will dissolve during the fermentation process.
Cover loosely with plastic wrap or foil. Let stand in warm place for 5 days, stirring 2 or 3 times each
day. The starter will "rise and fall" during the fermentation period; it becomes thinner as it stands. A
temperature of 80°~85°F is best for the sour flavor to develop. An ideal place is on the counter next
to your range. When the starter is developed, it is bubbly and may have a yellow liquid layer on top;
stir into the starter before using. The starter can be used for baking or placed in the refrigerator for
later use.
To use starter, measure out desired amount as specified
in the recipe. When refrigerated,
let starter
come to room temperature before using; this will take about 4 hours. If you plan to bake in the morning, leave the starter out overnight.
Replenish remaining starter with 3 parts of whole wheat flour to 2 parts of water and 1 teaspoon
sugar; i.e., after using 3/4cup starter, replenish with 3/4 cup whole wheat flour, 1/2cup warm water
(110°~115°F) and I teaspoon sugar. If using 1 cup starter for Sourdough Cracked Wheat Hoagie
Buns, replenish with 1 cup whole wheat flour, 2/3cup warm water (110°~115°F) and I teaspoon
sugar. Stir until blended; some lumps may remain. Cover loosely and let stand in warm place for 10
to 12 hours or overnight. The starter will rise and become bubbly. Stir, cover loosely with plastic wrap
or foil and then place in refrigerator to store.
Stir in 1 teaspoon sugar to keep it active if the starter is not used every week. The mixture will rise a
small amount while stored in the refrigerator.
Followinstructionson page22for BasicWhiteBread.Setthe breadmakeronthe BreadRapid
Programforthe I poundloafforbest results.Setthe breadmakeron theWholeWheatProgramfor
the 11/2poundloafforbest results.
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Water
Oil
Lemon Juice
Salt
Molasses
Oatmeal, Quick
or Regular
WhOle Wheat Flour
Bread Flour
Walnuts
Active Dry
Yeast
1 Pound
Ill, Pounds
1 cup
2 tsp
1 tsp
1 tsp
3 tbsp
1/3cup
1114 cups
1 tbsp
1 tsp
1V_ tsp
1/4 cup
1/:, cup
2/_cup
11/_cups
2/3cup
1VZtsp
1 cup
2 cups
_/4cup
21/4tsp
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Follow instructions on page 22 for Basic White Bread. Set the breadmaker
Program for best results.
on the Bread
Rapid
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1 Pound
Water *
Cracked Wheat*
Oil
Lemon Juice
Salt
Sugar
Bread Flour
Active Dry
Yeast
1 cup
V= cup
4 tsp
1 tsp
1V= tsp
4 tsp
2 cups
1_1=tsp
* Pour boiling water over cracked wheat; let stand until temperature
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cools down to 80 °.
Follow instructions
on page 29 for Cinnamon
Water (80°F/27°C)
Oil
Lemon juice
Sugar
Salt
Bread Flour
Corn Meal
Fresh Cilantro
Active Dry Yeast
Whole Kernel Corn, well drained
Jalspeno, well drained
Raisin Bread.
1 Pound
11/2Pounds
112cup
1112tbsp
1 tsp
1 tbsp
112tsp
2 cups
1/3cup
2 tsp
11/2tsp
112cup
2 tbsp
3/4 cup
'2112tbsp
1 tsp
2 tbsp
1 tsp
3 cups
112cup
1 tbsp
2 tsp
3/4cup
3 tbsp
NOTE: If using Bread Rapid Program, use the above ingredients, but increase yeast to 2 tsp for the
1 pound loaf and 1 tbsp for the 11/2 pound loaf. Add all the ingredients at the beginning of the
cycle.
DO NOT use this recipe on the Delay Timer
Program.
11/2Pounds
1 Pound
Water (80°F/27°C)
Oil
Lemon Juice
Molasses
Salt
Dry Milk
Whole Wheat Flour
Gluten
Active Dry Yeast
1 cup
1 1/2tbsp:,
1 tsp
2 tbsp
1 tsp
1 1/2tbsp
2 1/2 cups
1112tbsp
1V= tsp
i
11/4cups
7 tsp
1 tsp
2112tbsp
1l/z tsp
2 tbsp
33h cups
2_!2 tbsp
2114tsp
.(D) .If using timer to delay bread, reduce the water by I tbsp for both size loaves. Use cool water
(70°F/20°C).
Method
1. Remove the bread pan from the breadmaker. Attach the kneading blade on the shaft of the
bread pan. Place the ingredients into the bread pan, in the order :listed, making sure the yeast is
on top of the flour.
2. Place the bread pan into the breadmaker; close the lid.
3. Select Whole Wheat Program and select light baking control. Press START.
4. When the beeper sounds 8 times, press STOR Remove the bread pan using oven mitts.
Remove the bread and cool on awire rack, covered with a clean teatowel.
5. When bread is completely cool, store in a well-sealed plastic bag.
Followinstructionsonpage33forWholeWheatBread.• . ,
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1 Pound
Milk (room temperature)
Egg (s) at room temperature
+ Water(80°F/27°C)
to equal
Oil
Lemon Juice
Honey
SaIL
Whole Wheat Flour
Bread Flour
.__A_c!ive Dry Yeast
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1112Pounds
1Is cup
1
1/2cup+1112 tbsp
2 tsp
1 tsp
2 tbsp
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213cup
1V3 cups
6 tbsp
....
3/4
cu 2 tbsp
1 tbsp
1 tsp
3 tbsp
2-tsp1 Cup
2 cups ,
2114tsp
1 !/2 tsp
DO NOT use this recipe on the Delay Timer Program.
Follow instructions on page 33 for whole, Wheat Bread.
,
Egg White(s).at room temperature
+ Enough Water (80°F/27°C) to equal
Oil
Lemon juice
Molasses
Salt
Whole Wheat Flour
Active Dry Yeast
Cinnamon
Raisins ....
Walnuts
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_1_
1 Pound
1112Pounds
1
3/4,cup
1V2 tbsp
1 tsp
2 tbsp
1 tsp
2 cups
_2 tsp
314tsp
113cup
2
1 cup+2 tbsp
• 2 tbsp
1 tsp
3 tbsp
11i3tsp
3 cups+3 tbsp
1 tbsp
1 tsp
1/_,cup.
1_
cup,
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1/3cup
DO NOT use this recipe on the Delay Timer Program.
Method
1. Remove bread pan from the breadmaker. Attach the kneading blade on the shaft of the bread
pan. Place all ingredients, in the order listed, except the raisins, walnuts and cinnamon, into the
bread pan.
:
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_
....
2. Place the bread pan into the breadmaker, close the lid.
_
_
3. Select Whole Wheat Bread Program. Select the light baking control. _
4. When the beeper sounds 4 times, open the lid and sprinkle the raisins, nuts and cinnamon quickly
and evenly over the dough, Close the lid to continue the program.
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Follow instructions on page 33 for Whole Wheat Bread. Set the breadmaker
Program for best results.
Water
Milk
Cottage Cheese
Lemon Juice
Salt
Honey
Whole Wheat Flour
Bread Flour
Active Dry Yeast
114cup
1/2cup
3 tbsp
I tsp
1 tsp
4 tsp
_/3cup
1 1/3cups
1112tsp
on Whole Wheat
lh cup
314cup
1/4cup
1 tsp
2 tsp
2 tbsp
1 cup
2 cups
21/4 tsp
•
1 egg (room temperature)
plus enough water to equal
Lemon juice
Oil
Salt
Sugar
Bread Flour
_ctiye_D__ Yeast_
DOUGHS
314cup
1 tsp
2 tbsp
l/z tsp
2 tbsp
2 cups
l_tsp_
1 cup+l tbsp
1 tsp
3 tbsp
1 tsp
3 tbsp
31h cups
l__/2_tsp_
Method
i. Remove the bread pan from the breadmaker. Attach the kneading blade on the shaft of the bread
pan. Place the dough ingredients into the bread pan, in the order listed.
2. Place the bread pan into the breadmaker; close the lid.
3. Select Dough Program.
(Timer cannot be used with the Dough Program.) Press Start.
4. When the beeper sounds 8 times, press STOR Remove the dough from the bread pan. Place on
a lightly floured surface. Depending on which size recipe used, divide dough into 12 or 18 pieces.
Shape into balls.
5. Place dough balls on greased baking sheet about 1/=-inch apart. Let stand, covered, in warm,
draft-free place, 30 minutes or until doubled in size.
6. Bake in preheated 350°F oven 20 to 30 minutes, or until golden brown.
• Dough
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Water (80°F/27°C)
Lemon Juice
Oil
Salt
Light Brown Sugar
Dry Milk
Bread FlOur
Whole Wheat Rour
Active Dry Yeast
12 Rolls
314cup
1 tsp
1 tbsp
llz tsp
2 tbsp
1 tbsp
11h cups
1 cup
1Vz tsp
Method
1. Remove the bread pan from the breadmaker. Attach the kneading blade on the shaft of the bread
pan. Place the dough ingredients into the bread pan, in the order listed.
2. Place the bread pan into the breadmaker; close the lid.
3. Select Dough Program. (Timer cannot be used with theDough
Program.) Press Start.
4. When the beeper sounds 8 times, press..STOR Remove the dough from the bread pan. Place
dough in greased bowl, turning to Coat evenly. Cover, and let rise in Warm, draft-free place, 30
minutes, or until doubled in size.
5. Punch down. Place on a lightly floured surface. Divide dough into 12 equal pieces; shape into
balls.
6. Place into 2 greased 9-inch cake pans for "pull apart" rolls or space 2-inches apart on greased
baking sheet for regular rolls. Let stand, covered, 30 to 40 minutes, or until doubled in size.
7. Bake in preheated 350°F oven for 25 to 30 minutes or until golden brown.
Dough
18Rolls
24 Rolls
Buttermilk (room temperature)
Lemon Juice
Oil
Honey
Salt
Bread Flour
Whole Wheat Flour
Wheat Germ
Baking S_a
Active Dry Yeast
Brush with:
1 cup
1 tsp
3 tbsp
11/2tbsp
1 tsp
3/4cup
11/3cups
1/3cup
1/4tsp
1_/4tsp
1112cups
1 tsp
1/4 cup
2 tbsp
11/2tsp
11/4 cups
2 cups
1/2cup
1/4tsp
2 tsp
Melted Butter
2 tbsp
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Method
3 tbsp
1. Remove the bread pan from the breadmaker. Attach the kneading blade on the shaft of the bread
pan. Place the dough ingredients into the bread pan, in the order listed.
2. Place the bread pan into the breadmaker;
close the lid.
3. Select Dough Program_ (Timer cannot be used with the Dough Program.)
Press Start.
4. When the beeper sounds 8 times, press STOR Remove the dough from the bread pan. Place
dough in greased bowl; turningto coat evenly. Cover, and let rise in warm, draft-free place, 40
minutes, or until doubled in size.
5. Punch dough down. Place on a lightly floured surface, divide into 18 or 24 equal pieces. Shape
pieces into balls and place 1/2-inch apart on greased baking sheets. Cover and let rise in warm,
draft-free place, 30 minutes, or until doubled in size. Brush with melted butter.
6. Bake in preheated
350°F oven 15 to 20 minutes, or until golden brown.
Dough
12 Rolls
Water (80°F/27°C)
Lemon Juice
Oil
Honey
Salt
Whole Wheat Flour
Active Dry Yeast
1 cup
1 tsp
2 tbsp
114cup
1 tsp
2114cups
2 tsp
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Method
1. Remove the bread pan from the breadmaker.
pan. Place the dough ingredients
2. Place the bread pan into the breadmaker;
3. Select Dough Program.
Attach the kneading
blade on the shaft of the bread
into the bread pan, in the order listed.
close the lid.
(Timer cannot be used with the Dough Program.)
Press Start.
4. When the beeper sounds 8 times, press STOR Remove the dough from the bread pan. Place
dough in greased bowl, turning to coat evenly. Cover, and let rise in warm, draft-free place, 30
minutes, or until doubled in size. Place on a lightly floured surface, Divide dough into 12 equal
pieces; shape into balls.
5. Place into 2 greased 9-inch cake pans for "pull apart" rolls or space 2-inches apart on greased
baking sheet for regular rolls. Let stand, covered, 30 to 40 minutes, or until doubled in size.
6. Bake in preheated
350°F oven •for 25 to 30 minutes or until golden brown.
Dough
12 Loaves
Water (80°F/27°C)
Lemon Juice
Salt
1 cup
1 tsp
1 tsp
1 tbsp
21/2 cups
1112tsp
Sugar
Bread Flour
Active Dry Yeast
Glaze:
Egg YOlK
Water
1
1 tbsp
Method
'i,
Remove the bread pan from the breadmaker. Attach the kneading blade on the shaft of the bread
pan. Place the dough ingredients into the bread pan, in the order listed .....
2 Place the bread pan into the breadmaker;
3. Select Dough Program.(Timer
close the lid.
Cannot be used with the Dough
Program.)Press
START.
4. When the beeper sounds 8 times, press STOR Remove the dough from the bread pan. Place
dough in greased bowl, turning to coat evenly. Cover and let rise in warm, draft-free place,
30 minutes or until doubled in Size.
5. Punch down. Place on a lightly floured surface. Roll dough into a12X16,inch
rectangle,
rolling to
remove air bubbles. Divide dough into 2, 12X8-inch pieces. Roll up tightly, jelly-roll style, starting
at the 12-inch side. Shape into 12 inch long loaves.
6. Place 3 inches apart on greased baking sheet. With a sharp knife, make 3 to 4 diagonal slashes
across each loaf top. Cover and let rise in warm, draft-free place, 30 to 40 minutes, or until doubled in size. Brush Glaze over tops of loaves.
7. Bake in preheated
375°F oven for 20 to 30 minutes or until golden brown.
Dough
18 Rolls
Water (80°F/27°C)
Lemon Juice
Salt
3/4 cup
1 tsp
1 tsp
Sugar
Bread FlourActive Dry Yeast
1 tbsp
2 cups
11h tsp
36 rolls
11h cups
1 tsp
111=tsp
2 tbsp
4 cups
2 tsp
Brush With:
Melted Butter
lh cup
l/z cup
1
1 tbsp
2
2 tbsp
Glaze :
Egg White
Water
Method
1. Remove the bread pan from the breadmaker. Attach the kneading blade on the shaft of the bread
pan. Place the dough ingredients into the bread pan, in the order listed.
2. Place the bread pan into the breadmaker; close the lid.
3. Select Dough Program.
(Timer cannot be used with the Dough Program.) Press START.
4. When the beeper sounds 8 times, press STOR Remove the dough from the bread pan. Place
dough on a lightly floured surface; let stand, covered, in a warm, draft-free place, 30 minutes or
until doubled in size.
.
Punch down and divide into 18 or 36 equal pieces. On a lightly floured surface, roll dough into 14
to 16-inch ropes. Fold each rope in half and twist, starting at fold.
6. Place on 2 or 4 greased baking sheets and brush French twists generously with melted butter. Let
rise in warm, draft-free place until doubled in size. Brush the twists with Glaze.
.7.
Bake in preheated 400°F oven for 12 to 15 minutes or until golden brown.
Dough
Water (80°F/27°C)
Sugar
Salt
Bread Flour
Active Dry Yeast
1V. cups
1 tbsp
1 tsp
3Vz cups
1 tbsp
Glaze :
--WaterSalt
2-tbsp
112tsp
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Method
1. Remove bread pan from the breadmaker, Attach the kneading blade on the shaft of the bread pan.
Place the dough ingredients into the bread pan.
2. Place the bread pan in the breadmaker; close the lid.
3. Select Dough Program.(Timer cannot be used with the Dough Program.) Press START.
4. When the beeper sounds 8 times, press STOP, Remove the dough from the bread pan and place
in a greased bowl, turning to coat evenly. Cover with plastic wrap and let the dough rest for 25
minutes.
5. Punch the dough down. On a lightly floured surface, using a rolling pin, roll the dough into a large
rectangle: Starting with the longest side, roll the dough up tightly, pressing the seams to seal; and
tapering each end slightly.
6. Place the loaf on a greased baking sheet. Cover loosely with plastic wrap. Let rise for 40 minutes.
Preheat the oven to 400°E
7. With a small sharp knife, cut three to four diagonal slashes across the top of the loaf. In a small
bowl, combine the glaze ingredients. Brush the loaf generously with the glaze. Bake at 400°F for
20 to 25 minutes, or until deep golden brown.
8. Cool on wire rack.
Makes 1 long French,stick.
Baguettes =Follow above, but divide the dough into two equal pieces(stage
gles. Continue as above. Bake at 400°F for 20 to 25 minutes.
Make 2 baguettes.
5) and roll into 2 rectan-
.Italian Loaf • At stage 5, shape the dough into one large round ball. Continue as above.
Bake at 400°F for 20 to 25 minutes.
Make 1 loaf.
Rolls= Follow instructions for baguettes. After rolling up, cut each loaf into 6 equal pieces. Pinch the
ends of each roll and taper slightly. Bake at 400°F for 15 to 20 minutes.
Make 12 rolls.
TIP." If desired, sprinkle glazed loaves before baking with one of the following:
Sesame seeds
Poppy seeds
Caraway seeds
Crackedwheat
Rye flakes
Water (80°F/27°C)
Sugar
Salt
Bread Flour
Active Dry Yeast
1 cup
1112tbsp
1 tsp
3 cups
21/4 tsp
Glaze :
Egg, Beaten
Toppings
:
Sesame Seeds, Poppy Seeds, Cracked Wheat,
Wheat Flakes or dried Onion Flakes
(optional)
Method
1. Remove the bread pan from the breadmaker. Attach the kneading
pan. Place the dough ingredients into the bread pan.
2. Place the bread pan in the breadmaker;
3. Select Dough Program.
blade on the shaft of the bread
close the lid.
(Timer cannot be used with the DoughProgram.)
Press START.
4. When the beeper sounds 8 times, press STOR Remove the dough from the bread pan; knead on
a floured surface for 5 to 10 minutes, until smooth.
5. Place the dough in a greased bowl, turning to coat evenly. Cover with plastic wrap and let the
dough rest for 20 minutes.
....
6. Punch the dough down again. Cut the dough into 6 equal pieces. Form each piece of dough into
a ball. Make a hole in the center of each ball with thumbs and stretch until smooth and hole is
about 1 inch.
.
Place Bagels on a greased baking sheet. Cover and let rise for 10 minutes.
8. Heat oven to 425°F. Bring 6 cups water to a boil in a large skillet or saucepan. Reduce heat to
medium. Cook Bagels 2 at a time for I minute. DO NOT TURN BAGELS OVER. Place Bagels
back on greased baking sheet.
g.
Brush with beaten egg and sprinkle with choice of toppings, if desired. Bake at 425°F for 20 to 25
minutes, until deep golden brown.
10. Cool on wire rack.
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Water
Oil
Lemon Juice
Salt
Sugar
Whole Wheat Starter *
Cracked Wheat
Bread Flour
Active-DryYeast
314cup
1 tbsp
1 tsp
2 tsp
1 tbsp
1 cup
113cup
3 cups
-2_/4-tsp -
Method
1. Remove the bread pan from the breadmaker. Attach the kneading blade on the shaft of the bread
pan. Place the dough ingredients into the bread pan, in the order listed.
2. Place the bread pan into the breadmaker;
3. Select Dough Program.
close the lid.
(Timer cannot be used with the Dough Program.)
Press START.
4. When the beeper sounds 8 times, press STOR Remove the dough from the bread pan. Divide
dough into 8 pieces. On lightly floured surface, roll or pat each piece to a 6x4-inch rectangle.
Starting with longer side, roll up tightly, pressing dough into roll with each turn. Pinch ends and
edges to seal.
5. Place on geased cookie sheet.
knife, make a lengthwise slash
in a preheated oven at 400°for
water several times during the
sheets; cool.
Cover; let rise at room temperature until double, With
down the center of each roll. Spray or brush with cold
20 to 25 minutes, until golden brown. Spray or brush
first 10 minutes of baking for a crispier crust. Remove
* See starter recipe along with Whole WheatSourdough
Bread recipe,
very sharp
water. Bake
rolls with
from cookie
Eggplus
enoughwaterto equal
1
Oil
1 cup
2 tbsp
Lemon juice
Salt
Honey
Mashed Banana
Whole Wheat Flour
Bread Flour
1 tsp
11/z tsp
1 tbsp
1/2cup
21/2 cup
1 cup
Active Dry Yeast
21/4tsp
Method
1. Remove the bread pan from the breadmaker. Attach the kneading blade on the shaft of the bread
pan. Place the dough ingredients into the bread pan, in the order listed.
2. Place the bread pan into the breadmaker;
3. Select Dough Program;
close the lid.
(Timer cannot be used with.the Dough Program.)
Press START.
4. When the beeper sounds 8 times, press STOP. Remove the dough from the bread pan. Divide
dough into 4 parts. Divide each fourth into 3 pieces. Shape each piece into a smooth ball. Punch
a hole in the center with a finger and gently pull dough to make a one to two-inch hole.
5. in a 3-quart saucepan, combine 2 quarts water and 2 tablespoons sugar; heat to boiling. Place a
few bagels at a time in boiling water. Simmer 3 minutes, turning once. Remove with slotted spoon.
Place on greased cookie sheet. Brush tops with 1 egg white slightly beaten; sprinkle with poppy or
sesame seeds. Bake in a preheated 375 ° oven for 20 minutes.
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Dough
_
Water
Oil
Lemon Juice
Salt
Sugar
Whole Wheat Flour
Active Dry Yeast
I10 Pita Pockets
_i
1 cup+3 tbsp
1 tbsp
1 tsp
1112tsp
•
314tsp
3 cups
21/4 tsp
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Method
1. Remove the bread pan from the breadmaker. Attach the kneading blade on the shaft of the bread
pan. Place the dough ingredients into the bread pan, in the order listed.
2. Place the bread pan into the breadmaker; close the lid.
3. Select Dough Program.
(Timer cannot be used with the Dough Program.) Press START.
4. When the beeper sounds8 times, press STOR Remove the dough from the bread pan. Place onto
a slightly floured surface. Divide into 2 parts. Divide each half into 5 pieces. Shape each piece into
a smooth ball; roll each ball to a 5-inch circle. Cover; let rise 30 minutes.
5. Place 5 circles on a large cooling rack. Place cooling rack on oven rack. Bake at 500 ° for 5 minutes until puffed and tops just begin to brown.
6. Remove from oven and from hot rack; cool. Cut circles in half; fill. Repeat items 5 and 6 with
remaining circles.
Tip: The rolling and baking instructions should be carefully followed to be sure the bread bakes with
the "pocket".
Dough
16 Pretzels
Water (80°F/27°C)
Oil
11h cup
1 tbsp
Sugar
Salt
2 tbsp
! tsp
Egg Yolk
White Pepper
Bread Flour
Active Dry Yeast
1
118tsp
3112cups
1 tbsp
Glaze
Egg White
Water
Kosher Salt or Sesame Seeds
1
1 tbsp
Method
1. Remove bread pan from the breadmaker. Attach the kneading
Place the dough ingredients in the bread pan.
blade on the shaft of the bread pan.
2. Place the bread pan in the breadmaker; close the lid.
3. Select Dough Program.
(Timer cannot be used with the Dough Program.) Press START.
4. When the beeper sounds 8 times, press STOR Remove the dough from the bread pan and place
in a greased bowl, turning to coat evenly. Cover with plastic wrap and let the dough rest for 25
minutes. Preheat the. oven to 375°F.
5. Punch the dough down. On a lightly floured surface, cut the dough into 16 equal pieces. Roll each
piece of dough into a rope about 16-inch long. Shape each rope into a pretzel.(Cross the ends of
the rope to make a loop; twist the crossed ends once and fold across the loop.)
6. Place the pretzels on a greased baking sheet 111=inches apart. Brush with combined egg white
and water. Sprinkle with salt or sesame seeds. Bake at 375°F for 15 to 20 minutes or until golden
brown.
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Dough
Water (80°F/27°C)
Oil, preferably Olive Oil
Sugar
Salt
Bread Flour
3/4 cup
11/3tbsp
11/z tsp
3/4tsp
2 cups
2 tsp
Active Dry Yeast
Pizza S auc_e
Grated Mozzarella
Sliced Pepperoni
Chopped Peppers
Sliced Mushrooms
Sliced Olives
Chopped.Onions
Bacon Pieces
Cheese
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Method
1. Remove bread pan from the breadmaker. Attach the kneading blade onthe
Place the dough ingredients into the bread pan.
shaft of the bread pan
2. Place the bread pan into the breadmaker; close the lid.
3 Select Dough Program.
(Timer cannot be used with the Dough Program.) Press START.
4. When the beeper sounds 8 times, press STOR Remove the dough from the bread pan.
5. Place the dough in a greased bowl, turning to coat evenly. Cover with plastic wrap and let dough
rest for 20 minutes. Preheat the oven to 425"F.
6. Press pizza dough into a 12-inch(30cm) pizza pan or a 13-inchXg-inch greased pan, raising
edges of dough.
7. Spread pizza sauce over the dough. Sprinkle with cheese and other toppings as desired.
8. Bake the pizza at 425°F for 20 to 25 minutes or until crust is golden brown around edges.
Makes I Pizza
Whole Wheat Pizza Crust : In place of 2 cups bread flouP, use I cup bread flour and I cup whole
wheat flour and 111=teaspoons gluten.
Medium Pizzas : Shape the dough into two 8 inch circles, raising the edges of the dough. Place on
greased baking sheet Spread with sauce, cheese and other desired toppings Bake at 425°F for 20 to
25 minutes. Makes 2 pizzas
Small Individual Pizzas : Shape the dough into four 5 inch circles, raising the edge of the dough
Follow directions above. Bake at 425°F for 15 to 20 minutes. Makes 4 pizzas.
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Dough_
Twelve Inch Pizzas
Water
Oil
Lemon Juice
Salt
Whole Wheat Flour
Bread Flour
1 Cup
2 tbsp
1 tsp
1 tsp
1 cup
11/2 cups
%,, Active Dry Yeast
2V4 tsp
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Method
1. Remove the bread pan from the breadmaker. Attach the kneading blade on the shaft of the bread
pan. Place the dough ingredients into the bread pan, in the order listed.
2. Place the bread pan into the breadmaker;
3. Select Dough Program.
close the lid.
(Timer cannot be used with the Dough Program.)
Press Start.
4. When the beeper sounds 8 times, press STOR Remove the dough from the bread pan. Divide
dough in half and press each half onto a 12" round pizza pan. (Sprinkle pans with 1 tablespoon
each of cornmeal if desired.) Generously prick dough with a fork.
5. Place the pizza pans into a preheated 400°F oven for 10-12 minutes or just until edges of crust
begin to turn a light golden brown. Remove from oven and add desired toppings. (See below for
suggestions).
Suggested
Return pizza to oven and bake 15-20 minutes.
Toppings
:
12 oz. thinly sliced Provolone cheese
2 cloves garlic, minced
1 cup thick pizza or spagehetti sauce
1 lb. bulk Italian sausage, browned and well drained
2 teaspoons dried Italian herb seasoning, crushed
2 cans (21h oz. each) sliced mushrooms, drained
=Is cup coarsely chopped green pepper
1 package (311=oz.) sliced pepperoni
10 oz. Mozzarella cheese, shredded (about 211=cups)
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Twelve Inch Pizzas
Dough
1 Egg (room temperature)
plus enough water to equal
Lemon Juice
Oil
Sugar
Salt
Bread Flour
• Active Dry Yeast
1 cup
1 tsp
2 tbsp
lh cup
1 tsp
3112cups
1112tsD
Topping:
Parmesan Cheese
Garlic, finely minced
Butter, melted
lh cup
2 tbsp
112cup
Method
1. Remove the bread pan from the breadmaker. Attach the kneading blade on the shaft of the bread
pan. Place the dough ingredients into the bread pan, !n the order listed.
2. Place the bread pan into the breadmaker; close the lid.
3. Select Dough Program.
(Timer cannot be used with the Dough Program.) Press START.
4. When the beeper sounds 8 times, press STOR Remove the dough from the bread pan. Place in
greased bowl, turning to coat evenly. Cover and let rise in warm, draft-free place for 30 minutes or
until doubled in size. Punch down and divide into 18 equal Pieces.
5. Combine cheese and garlic. Dip dough pieces in melted butter and then roll in cheese-garlic mixture. Arrange in layers in well-greased 10-inch Bundt (tube) pan or in single layer in well-greased
13X9-inch baking dish. Cover and let rise in warm, draft-free place, 45 minutes or until doubled in
size.
6. Bake in preheated 350°F 0ven _35 to 40 minutes, or until golden brown,
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1 Loaf
Water (80°F/27°C)
Lemon Juice
Oil
Salt
Bread Flour
Active Dry Yeast
1 cup
1 tsp
2 tbsp
1 tsp
3 cups
11/2 tsp
Topping:
Fresh rosemary, finely chopped
Fresh chives, finely chopped
Garlic, finely minced
Olive Oil, separated
114cup
1/4cup
2 tbsp
1/2cup + 1 tbsp
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Method
1. Remove the bread pan from the breadmaker. Attach the kneading blade on the shaft of the bread
pan. Place the dough ingredients into the bread pan, in the order listed.
2. Place the bread pan into the breadmaker;
3. Select Dough Program.
close the lid.
(Timer cannot be used with the Dough Program.)
Press START.
4. When the beeper sounds 8 times, press STOR Remove the dough from the bread pan. Place in
bowl greased with 1 tablespoon olive oil. Turn dough to coat evenly. Cover and let rest 30 minutes.
5. Punch down and roll dough onto 13X18 inch baking sheet. Cover dough liberally with remaining
112cup olive oil. Sprinkle fresh herbs and garlic over the dough.
6. Bake in preheated 425"F oven for 30 to 35 minutes or until golden brown. Serve with pasta or cut
into diamonds and serve as an appetizer.
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Salt
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1 tsp
2 tbsp
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2 cups
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1 tsp
3 tbsp
2 tbsp
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11/2tsp
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1 tbsp
1 tsp
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Method
-i. Remove the bread pan from the breadmaker. Attach the kneading blade on the shaft of the bread
pan. Place the dough ingredients into the bread pan, in the order listed.
2. Place the bread pan into the breadmaker;
3. Select Dough Program,
close the lid.
(Timer cannot be used withthe
Dough
Program.)
Press START.
4. When the beeper sounds 8 times, press STOR Rem0ve the dough from the bread pan. Place on a
lightly floured surface.
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5. Divide dough into thirds, making 3, (10 inch-regular), (13 inch-large) ropes with tapered ends.
Pinch ropes together at one end, braid together, pinching together at other end and secure braid.
6. Transfer braided dough to greased baking sheet; let rise until doubled in size, about 45 minutes.
7. Combine glaze ingredients and brush onto braid. Sprinkle with poppy seeds. Bake in preheated
375°F oven for 25 minutes or until golden brown.
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Dough
16 Rolls
1 Egg at room temperature
+ enough Water to equal
Lemon Juice
Oil
Salt
Sugar
Bread Flour
Active Dry Yeast
1 cup
1 tsp
3 tbsp
1 tsp
1/3cup
31/2 cups
11/2tsp
Filling :
Butter, softened
Sugar
Cinnamon
Walnuts, finely chopped
Raisins(optional)
1/3cup
1/4cup
2 tbsp
1/4cup
1/4cup
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Glaze :
Powdered Sugar
Water or Milk
1/2cup
3 tbsp
k_, Vanilla
1/2tsp
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1. Remove the bread pan from the breadmaker. Attach the kneading blade on the shaft of the bread
pan. Place the dough ingredients into the bread pan, in the order listed.
2. Place the bread pan into the breadmaker; close the lid.
3. Select Dough Program,
(Timer cannot be used with the Dough Program,) Press START
4. When the beeper sounds 8 times, press STOR Remove the dough from the bread pan. Place on
a lightly floured surface, Let stand in warm, draft-free place, 30 minutes or until doubled in size.
5. Punch down; roll into a 12X16-inch rectangle. Spread with 113cup butter. Combine remaining
•Filling ingredients and sprinkle over butter. Roll up tightly, jelly-roll style, starting at the 12-inch
side. Cut into one inch pieces.
6. Place in 2 greased 9-inch square pans about l/_inch apart. Let stand in warm, draft-free
• .one hour, or until doubled in size.
7. Bake in preheated 350°F oven for 25 to 30 minutes or until golden brown.
8. Mix together Glaze ingredients until smooth and drizzle over top of warm rolls.
place for
1 Egg(roomtemperature)
+ enough Water
Lemon Juice
Oil
Salt
Sugar
Bread Flour
Active Dry Yeast
1V4 cups
1 tsp
31/2tsps
1 tsp
1/3cup
31/2cups
11/2tsp
Filling :
Butter, softened
Sugar
Cinnamon
Walnuts or Pecans, chopped
1/2cup
113cup
1 tbsp
1/2cup
Topping :
Butter
Light Brown Sugar
3/4cup
3/4cup
Method
1. Remove the bread pan from the breadmaker. Attach the kneading blade on the shaft of the bread
pan..Place the dough ingredients into the bread pan, in the order listed.
2. Place the bread pan into the breadmaker;
close the lidi _
3. Select Dough Program.(Timer
Cannot be used _withthe Dough Program.)Press
START.
4. When the beeper sounds 8 times, 'press STOP. Remove the dough from the bread pan. Place on
lightly floured sUrface; punchdown and letstand for 30 minutes or until doubled in size.
5. Roll into12x16inch
rectangle. Spread with the 1/2cup butter. Mix together cinnamon, sugar and
nuts; sprinkle generously over buttered dough. Roll up tightly, jelly-roll style, starting at the 12-inch
side. Cut rollinto 12, 1-inch slices.
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6. Combine Topping ingredients in a 1-quart sauce pan;stir until mixture comes to a boil. Allow mixture to boil for one minute without stirring; remove from heat and coolforfive
minutes.
7. Divide slightly cooled Topping mixture into two, 9-inch baking pan s. Carefully place roll slices on
top of mixture. Let rise in warm, draft-free place, 30 minutes or until dotJbied in size.
8. Bake in preheated
350°F oven 35 to 40 minutes or Until golden brown. Let cool 1 minute. Invert
onto heatproof serving platter ortray. Serve warm.
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Dough
Active Dry Yeast
1 cup
1 tbsp
1 tbsp
314tsp
1l/z tbsp
31h cups
1112tsp
Filling :
Cream Cheese(250g), at room temperature
Sugar
Chopped Maraschino Cherries
Milk
Almond Extract
1 package
2 tbsp
1/2cup
1 tbsp
1/2tsp
Glaze :
Powdered Sugar
Sour Cream
Milk
Sliced Almonds, to decorate
Cherries, quartered, to decorate
112cup
1 tbsp
1~2 tbsp
2 tbsp
2 tbsp
Water (80°F/27°C)
Oil
Dry Milk Powder
Salt
Sugar
Bread Flour
Method
1. Remove the bread pan from the breadmaker. Attach the kneading blade on the shaft of the
bread pan. Place the dough ingredients into the bread pan.
2. Place the bread pan into the breadmaker; close the lid.
3. Select Dough Program.
(Timer cannot be used with the Dough Program.) Press START.
4. Meanwhile in a small bowl, combine the filling ingredients; blend well.
5. When the beeper sounds 8 times, press STOR Remove the dough from the bread pan. Place
the dough in a greased bowl, turning to coat evenly. Cover with plastic wrap and let dough rest
for 20 minutes.
6. Punch dough down again. On a floured surface, roll the dough into a 15×10-inch rectangle.
Spread the cream cheese mixture evenly over the dough to within ll=-inch of the edges. Starting
with the longest side, roll the dough up tightly, pressing the edges to seal.
7. Place the roll, seam-side down on a greased baking sheet.Join the ends to form a ring; pinch to
• seal. With scissors or a small sharp knife, cut from the outside edge of the dn_ to within 1 inch of
the inside of the ring, making cuts 111=inches apart. Tur.n each section on its side so filling
shows.
8. Cover loosely with plastic wrap. Let rise for 40 minutes or until almost doubled in size. Preheat
the oven to 375°1:.
9. Uncover the dough. Bake at 375°F for 20 to 25 minutes or until deep golden brown. Cool slightly;
remove from pan.
10. In a small bowl, combine the first three glaze ingredients, adding only enough milk for drizzling
consistency. Drizzle over the warm coffee cake. Decorate with almonds and cherries. Serve
warm.
Makes 10 to 12 servings.
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[] Problems and Solutions
The consistency
of the dough can be Checkedl while iris mixing(in the first 15 minutes):
should appear pliable and elastic.
moist, add flour.
If too dry, add water
one tablespoon
at a time. If dough
Dough
is too
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PROBLEMS
Dough does not rise enough.
SOLUTIONS
• Liquids are too hot(above 105°F/30-40°C)
• Inactive yeast; or not enough yeast.
• Ingredients are too cold
- e-Too-much-salt.-
Bread flops over sides of pan.
• Too much dough.
• Bread has over risen(reduce amount of yeast slightly)
• Not enough sugar.
Crust pale in color.
• Not enough sugar.
Bread does not keep well.
• Bread lasts up to 5 days if stored in the refrigerator.
Free form loaves spread out or
lose shape instead of rise.
• Dough too soft.
Bread falls during bake cycle.
• Bread over risen (reduce amount of yeast slightly).
Bread has coarse texture; crumbly,
• Bread over risen(reduce amount of yeast slightly).
Bread has unusual aroma.
• Stale ingredients used.
• Too muc h yeast.
Sticky bread which slices unevenly.
• Always use a serrated bread knife
• Allow bread to cool longer before slicing.
[] Service Information
Please refer to warranty statement to determine if in-warranty service applies. This appliance should
be serviced by properly trained appliance repair technicians. Consult your local phone directory yellow pages under "Appliances-Household-Small-Service
and Repair" for your nearest Toastmaster
Authorized Service Center.
If an Authorized Service Center is not available locally, your appliancemay be returned postage prepaid to our National Service Center at the address shown on the back of this book.
Products must be adequately protected to avoid shipping damage for repair or replacement at our
option.
Please include a note explaining the problem you have experienced-It helps us to properly service
your product and speed its return to you.
Product must be returned postage prepaid.
We suggest you insure your appliance.
[] Before Calling for Service, Please Check the Followings:
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Breadmaker
does not
operate.
Smoke
emitted
from steam
vent.
Burning
smell.
Bread rises
too much
Sides of
bread
collapse
and bottom
is damp.
Please check the following:
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©
Unplugged
Oven area is too hot (display
Ingredients
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©
sPilled on heating element.
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STOP pad was pressed after starting.
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Top lid was open during operation.
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Program selection was wrong (Dough mode
was chosen).
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Bread left in bread pan too long after baking.
Bread sliced just after baking (Steam was not
allowed to escape).
Water added after kneading flour.
Kneading
©
blade not installed properly in pan.
Not enough
Flour
©
Too much
Not enough
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Yeast
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©
Too much
No yeast
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Not enough
Too much
©
No sugar or molasses
Ingredients used other than prescribed.
©
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Water
Old flour used,
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Flour
©
Wrong type of flour used.
Yeast touched water before kneading.
Yeast
Old yeast used.
Wrong type of yeast used.
Temperature of water was either too hot or too cold.
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_
.Collapsed
after
Bread
doesn'trise
over-rising
enough.
Unleavened
Top of bread
floured.
or not leavened
Underbrowned.
3
Slices
unevenly
andis
Browned and
Sides
floured sides, flour coated
and raw.
bottom.
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Underbaked
enough
sticky.
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Questions and Answers for the breadmaker
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Questions
Answers
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1
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Why does the height and shape of
bread differ in each use?
The height and shape of bread may differ depending
on the ingredients, room temperature and length of
the timer cycle. Also accurate measurement of ingredients is essential to make delicious bread.
he bread has as unusual odor,
why?
Stale ingredients may have been used or too much
yeast may have been used. Always use fresh ingredients. Accurate measurements are essential to
make delicious bread.
The
with kneading
the bread. blade comes out
This can happen as the kneading blade is detachable. Use a non-metal utensil to remove it.
Caution : The kneading blade will be hot.
4
7
The bread has a floured corner.
Sometimes flour in the corner of the bread pan may
not have been completely kneaded into the dough.
Scrape it off with a knife.
Why
thethan
timer
onlynor
be more
set
for notcan
less
4:10,
than 13 hours?
The complete bread program, takes a minimum of 3
hours and 40 minutes. Longer delay times could
alter the baking results.
Timer cannot be used for
DOUGH program. Why?
The breadmaker cannot shape individual rolls,
doughnuts, etc.
Can
ingredients be halved or
doubled?
Can
milk be used in place
of
dryfresh
milk?
If there is too little in the bread pan, the kneading
blade canno_ knead well enough. If there is too
much, bread swells out of the bread pan.
Yes. Be sure to deduct the same measurement of
water to equal any liquid substitution. Fresh milk is
not recommended when using the timer, because it
may spoil while sitting in the bread pan.
_._splay Signals
When the START pad is pressed:
How to reset
Reason
Display
The oven area is too hot
When the oven area has
(above 40°C/105°F).
This
may occur during continuous
cooled, press STOP pad
and start again.
use
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During operation
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During operation the remaining time displays as follows"
There has been an interruption
in the power supply (unplugging
of the power cord, or malfunctioning of a household fuse or
breaker).
REMAINING TIME
Remove the dough and start
again using all new ingredients.
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SPECIFICATIONS
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Power supply
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Heater
' Power
Consumption
550W
Kneading MOtor
Dimension (WXDXH)
Weight
Timer
Cord
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13314"X10Va"X13"(35.0X26.0X33.0cm)
APPROX18
Kneading Motor Protector
8.0kg)
13 hours digital timer
APPROX 3' 11"(112M) "
378°F / 192°C
Main Heater Protector
Thermal Fuse
lbs(Approx.
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248°F / 120°C
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ONE YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
Toastmaster Inc. warrants this product, to original purchaser,
be free of defects in material and workmanship.
for one year from purchase date to
This warranty is the only written or express warranty given by Toastmaster Inc. This warranty
gives you specific legal rights. You may have other rights which vary from state to state. ANY
OTHER RIGHT WHICH YOU MAY HAVE, INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE IS LIMITED IN DURATION TO
THE DURATION OF THIS WARRANTY
Defective product may be brought or sent (freight prepaid) to an authorized service center listed
"n_the_phone_book,_or_to_Se r:viceDepar.t m ent,_Toastmaste r_lnc.,200_V_ineSt reet,_ Boonville,Mo.
65233, for free repair or replacement
at our option.
Your remedy does not include: cost of inconvenience, damage due to product failure, transportation damages, misuse, abuse accident or the like, or commercial use. IN NO EVENT SHALL
TOASTMASTER
INC. BE LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES.
Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, or allow the exclusion
or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitations or exclusions may
not apply to you.
For information, write Consumer Claims Manager, at the Boonville address.
address, zip, model, serial number, and purchase date.
Send name,
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Model number
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Boonville, Missouri 65233
Telephone:
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parts 1-800-947-3745
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