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Breville BBM300 Troubleshooting guide
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Model: BBM300 Issue 1/08
BAKER’S OVEN
Instructions and Recipes
BBM300
Contents
Page
Welcome
4
Breville Recommends Safety First
5
Know your Breville Baker’s Oven
7
Beginner’s Guide to Baking Your First Loaf
13
Weighing and Measuring
17
The Vital Ingredients
18
Hints and Tips for Better Bread Making
21
Congratulations
Questions and Answers
22
on the purchase of your new Breville Baker’s Oven
Control Panel Messages
24
Care, Cleaning and Storage
25
Troubleshooting – Recipe
26
Troubleshooting – Baker’s Oven
28
Easy Bake Recipes
R1
Notes
R44
Welcome
Breville recommends safety first
Breville Baker’s Oven
At Breville we are very safety conscious. We design and manufacture consumer products with the
safety of you, our valued customer, foremost in mind. In addition we ask that you exercise a degree of
care when using any electrical appliance and adhere to the following precautions:
We have designed the Breville Baker’s Oven with
you, our valued customer in mind.
The Breville Baker’s Oven will bake 1kg and 750g
sandwich style loaves. We have made the Breville
Baker’s Oven easy to use as you will find from the
‘Beginner’s guide to your first loaf’ on page 15.
After that you will find over 75 delicious recipes to
try in our ‘Easy Bake’ recipe section. And with the
special ‘JAM’ setting the Breville Baker’s Oven can
create delicious fresh home-made jams, a taste
sensation on your freshly baked bread.
For people who like to hand shape bread, there
is also a ‘DOUGH’ setting. In addition the Breville
Baker’s Oven will bake superb ‘YEAST FREE’ or
‘GLUTEN FREE’ breads.
Finally, if you enjoy waking up to the aroma of
freshly baked bread every morning, the 13 hour
‘PRESET TIMER’ on the Breville Baker’s Oven
makes it easy to do so.
For our New Zealand customers we have included
information relating to variances in measurements
and availability of ingredients.
Before making your first loaf of bread, please read
this book thoroughly to ensure you get the best
results.
We wish you, your family and friends much
enjoyment from the superb range of breads you
can bake and doughs you can knead in your
Breville Baker’s Oven.
Important safeguards for your Breville BAKER’S OVEN
• Carefully read all instructions before operating
and save for future reference.
• Remove and safely discard any packaging
material and promotional labels before using the
Breville Baker’s Oven for the first time.
• To eliminate a choking hazard for young
children, remove and safely discard the
protective cover fitted to the power plug of this
appliance.
• Do not place the Breville Baker’s Oven near
the edge of a bench or table during operation.
Ensure the surface is level, clean and free of
water, flour and other substances. Vibration
during the kneading cycles may cause the
bread machine to move slightly.
• Do not place the Breville Baker’s Oven on or
near a hot gas or electric burner, or where
it could touch a heated oven. Position the
appliance at a minimum distance of 10cm away
from walls. This will help prevent the possibility
of wall discolouration due to radiated heat.
• Always operate the Breville Baker’s Oven on a
stable and heat-resistant surface. Do not use on
a cloth-covered surface, near curtains or other
flammable materials.
• Do not operate the Breville Baker’s Oven on a
sink drain board.
• Always ensure the Breville Baker’s Oven is
properly assembled before connecting to
a power outlet and operating. Follow the
instructions provided in this book.
• The Breville Baker’s Oven is not intended to
be operated by means of an external timer or
separate remote control system.
• The lid and the outer surface may get hot when
the appliance is operating.
• The temperature of accessible surfaces may be
high when the appliance is operating.
• Do not touch hot surfaces. Allow the Breville
Baker’s Oven to cool before cleaning any parts.
• Steam vents are very hot during baking. Do not
place anything on top of the lid.
• Do not cover the air vents when the Breville
Baker’s Oven is in use.
• Use oven mitts when removing the hot bread
pan and the hot bread or jam from the pan.
• Take care when pouring jam from the bread pan
as the jam is extremely hot.
• Do not place any ingredients directly into the
baking chamber. Place ingredients into the
bread pan only.
• Do not place fingers or hands inside the Breville
Baker’s Oven while in operation. Avoid contact
with moving parts.
Caution: THE lid and THE OUTER SURFACE MAY GET HOT WHEN THE APPLIANCE IS
OPERATING.
THE TEMPERATURE OF ACCESSIBLE SURFACES MAY BE HIGH WHEN THE APPLIANCE IS
OPERATING.
Breville recommends safety first continued
• Ensure that the Breville Baker’s Oven is
switched off and then unplugged from the
power outlet when not in use and before
cleaning.
• Do not immerse the bread pan in water. Doing
so may interfere with the free movement of the
shaft. Wash only the interior of the bread pan.
Know your Breville Baker’s Oven
• To protect against electric shock, do not
immerse power cord, power plug or appliance
in water.
Lid
Viewing window
• Keep the inside and outside of the appliance
clean. Follow the cleaning instructions
provided in this book.
Bread pan handle
• Do not leave the lid standing open for extended
periods of time.
Bread pan
• Always ensure the kneading blade is removed
from the base of the baked loaf prior to slicing.
Oven
(baking chamber)
Standard kneading blade
for jam making
IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS FOR ALL ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES
• Unwind the power cord fully before use.
• Do not let the power cord hang over the edge of
a bench or table, touch hot surfaces or become
knotted.
• The appliance is not intended for use by
persons (including children) with reduced
physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack
of experience and knowledge, unless they have
been given supervision or instruction concerning
use of the appliance by a person responsible for
their safety.
• Children should be supervised to ensure that
they do not play with the appliance.
• It is recommended to regularly inspect the
appliance. Do not use the appliance if power
supply cord, power plug or appliance becomes
damaged in any way. Return the entire
appliance to the nearest authorised Breville
Service Centre for examination and/or repair.
• Any maintenance, other than cleaning, should
be performed at an authorised Breville Service
Centre.
• This appliance is for household use only. Do not
use this appliance for anything other than its
intended use. Do not use in moving vehicles or
boats. Do not use outdoors. Misuse may cause
injury.
• The installation of a residual current device
(safety switch) is recommended to provide
additional safety protection when using
electrical appliances. It is advisable that a
safety switch with a rated residual operating
current not exceeding 30mA be installed in the
electrical circuit supplying the appliance. See
your electrician for professional advice.
Collapsible kneading blade
for bread & dough making
Viewing window
Lid
Control panel
LCD screen
Air Vents
Power Cord Outlet
Steam vents are very hot during baking.
Know your Breville Baker’s Oven continued
Know your Breville Baker’s Oven continued
The Control Panel
Bread, Dough AND JAM Settings
The control panel is designed to perform several functions.
The LCD screen indicates the setting number, loaf size
and crust colour selection then the completion time for the
setting. The various buttons are used to set the functions
and to start or stop the Breville Baker’s Oven. The buttons
should be pressed firmly. A soft ‘beep’ sound is made as
each button is pressed and the function advances.
LCD Screen
The LCD screen shows the setting number, loaf size and crust colour selected. When
the ‘Start’ button is pressed the time displayed (in hours and minutes) is the time
remaining until the selected setting is completed.
SELECT
Press the ‘Select’ button to select the 11 automatic settings available. These settings
are listed on pages 9-10 under ‘Bread, Dough and Jam Settings’. Each time the
‘Select’ button is pressed the setting changes. The setting selected is shown on the
LCD screen as a number between 1 and 11.
Crust
Press the ‘Crust’ button to select the 3 crust colours available for the bread settings
only. The crust colour selected is shown on the LCD screen as LIGHT, MEDIUM or
DARK. The LCD screen will default to MEDIUM when the bread machine is switched on
or a new bread setting is selected.
Loaf Size
Press the ‘Loaf Size’ button to select the 2 sizes for the bread and dough settings
only. The size selected is shown on the LCD screen as 1KG or 0.75KG. The LCD screen
will default to 1KG when the bread machine is switched on or a new bread or dough
setting is selected.
Start
Press the ‘Start’ button to commence the selected setting or begin the ‘PRESET
TIMER’ countdown for delayed operation.
Stop
To stop and cancel a selected setting mid-cycle press the ‘Stop’ button and hold
down for 5-10 seconds until the machine ‘beeps’ and the LCD screen is reset. This
will result in the setting being cancelled. (When the bread is ready the bread machine
automatically stops and sounds 3 double ‘beeps’. The time display will show ‘0:00’).
DO NOT PRESS THE ‘STOP’ BUTTON when checking the bread as this will cancel the
selected setting and the bread machine will not continue the operation.
Preset Timer Use the ‘Preset Timer’ to delay the start of the selected setting. Press the up ‘’ and
(up ‘’/down
down ‘’ arrow buttons (which will change the time display up or down in 10 minute
‘’ arrows)
increments) until the delay time is displayed then press the ‘Start’ button to start the
‘PRESET TIMER’ countdown. The up ‘’ and down ‘’ arrow buttons can also be
used to change the time required for the ‘Bake Only’ setting.
SETTING 1:
Basic
Press the ‘Select’ button once and the LCD screen will show 1 1KG MEDIUM. To
select a light or dark crust colour, press ‘Crust’ button once for DARK, twice for
LIGHT. To select the 750g (0.75KG) size, press ‘Loaf Size’ button once.
SETTING 2:
Basic Rapid
Press the ‘Select’ button twice and the LCD screen will show 2 1KG MEDIUM. To
select a light or dark crust colour, press ‘Crust’ button once for DARK, twice for
LIGHT. To select the 750g (0.75KG) size, press ‘Loaf Size’ button once.
This setting has shorter kneading and rising times therefore the bread may be lower
in height, heavier in texture and with less flavour development depending on the
ingredients used.
SETTING 3:
Press the ‘Select’ button three times and the LCD screen will show 3 1KG MEDIUM.
Wholewheat To select a light or dark crust colour, press ‘Crust’ button once for DARK, twice for
LIGHT. To select the 750g (0.75KG) size, press ‘Loaf Size’ button once.
SETTING 4:
Press the ‘Select’ button four times and the LCD screen will show 4 1KG MEDIUM.
Wholewheat To select a light or dark crust colour, press ‘Crust’ button once for DARK, twice for
Rapid
LIGHT. To select the 750g (0.75KG) size, press ‘Loaf Size’ button once.
This setting has shorter kneading and rising times therefore the bread may be lower
in height, heavier in texture and with less flavour development depending on the
ingredients used.
SETTING 5:
Gluten Free
Press the ‘Select’ button five times and the LCD screen will show 5 1KG MEDIUM.
To select a light or dark crust colour, press ‘Crust’ button once for DARK, twice for
LIGHT. To select the 750g (0.75KG) size, press ‘Loaf Size’ button once.
This setting is suitable for breads made with gluten-free flours such as rice, potato,
buckwheat, etc. The shorter rising times and higher baking temperature gives a wellrisen, golden brown gluten-free loaf.
SETTING 6:
French
Press the ‘Select’ button six times and the LCD screen will show 6 1KG MEDIUM.
To select a light or dark crust colour, press ‘Crust’ button once for DARK, twice for
LIGHT. To select the 750g (0.75KG) size, press ‘Loaf Size’ button once.
This setting is suitable for breads lower in fat and sugar as the rising times are longer
and the baking temperature higher. It will produce a coarser crumb with a harder,
crustier crust depending on the ingredients used.
SETTING 7:
Sweet
Press the ‘Select’ button seven times and the LCD screen will show 7 1KG MEDIUM.
To select a light or dark crust colour, press ‘Crust’ button once for DARK, twice for
LIGHT. To select the 750g (0.75KG) size, press ‘Loaf Size’ button once.
This setting is suitable for sweeter style breads as the rising times are longer and the
baking temperature lower.
Know your Breville Baker’s Oven continued
SETTING 8:
Yeast Free
Press the ‘Select’ button eight times and the LCD screen will show 8 1KG MEDIUM.
To select a light or dark crust colour, press ‘Crust’ button once for DARK, twice for
LIGHT. To select the 750g (0.75KG) size, press ‘Loaf Size’ button once.
Dough or batter recipes that rely on baking powder or bicarbonate of soda as the
raising agent are suitable for use on this setting.
SETTING 9:
Dough
Press the ‘Select’ button nine times and the LCD screen will show 9 1KG. To select
the 750g (0.75KG) size, press ‘Loaf Size’ button once.
This cycle takes 1 hour 30 minutes to complete then the dough is removed from the
bread machine, hand shaped and baked in the conventional oven. Instructions and
recipes for Pizza and Foccacia are also included in the Dough section of this book.
SETTING 10:
Jam
SETTING 11:
Bake Only
Press the ‘Select’ button ten times and the LCD screen will show 10.
This setting is designed to make home-made style jam using seasonal fresh fruit. A
variety of recipes can be found in the ‘Just Jam’ section of this book.
Press the ‘Select’ button eleven times and the LCD screen will show 11.
Press the up/down ‘’/‘’ arrow buttons to select a time between 5 minutes and 2
hours.
For those who enjoy a crispier crust, this setting will extend the baking time or add
interest to the loaf with delicious topping or melt ideas.
Know your Breville Baker’s Oven continued
Using the Preset Timer
The Baker’s Oven ‘PRESET TIMER’ lets you wake
to the aroma of fresh baked bread in the morning.
You can set the timer up to 13 hours in advance
before you require your baked loaf.
Recipes using perishable ingredients should
not be made using the ‘PRESET TIMER’.
Step 1
To bake a loaf of bread on the 1 (BASIC) 1KG
MEDIUM setting using the ‘PRESET TIMER’, follow
Steps 1-8 under the heading ‘Beginner’s Guide to
Baking Your First Loaf’ on pages 13-14.
Step 2
To preset the timer use the up/down ‘’/‘’
arrows on the control panel to enter the number
of hours in which you want your bread to be
ready (the amount of time shown on the LCD
screen will include the total setting time). To set
the time, press the down ‘’ arrow or up ‘’
arrow the appropriate number of times until you
see the number of hours and minutes displayed.
Each time you press the up ‘’ arrow button, the
timer advances 10 minutes. Each time you press
the down ‘’ arrow button the timer is set back
10 minutes. Hold down the up ‘’ or down ‘’
arrow buttons for speedier adjustments.
Step 3
Press ‘Start’. The colon (:) in the time displayed
begins to flash, letting you know the ‘PRESET
TIMER’ has started. The remaining time will count
down in one minute increments. When the time
on the LCD SCREEN indicates ‘0:00’, baking is
complete. If you make an error during or after your
selection, press and hold the ‘Stop’ button and
you can begin your selection again.
Example:
Before leaving for work at 8.00am, you decide
to make a loaf of white bread and wish to have
it ready for dinner at 6.00pm (10 hours later).
Press the up ‘’ arrow until 10:00 appears on
the LCD SCREEN. Press ‘Start’.
Your Baker’s Oven will begin making your
bread at the appropriate time for it to be ready
at exactly 6.00pm.
Note
The ‘PRESET TIMER’ cannot be used with the
‘JAM’ or ‘BAKE ONLY’ settings.
Note
The ‘PRESET TIMER’ cannot be used for all
recipes. Individual recipes will specify if not
suitable.
Note
It is advisable, before using the ‘PRESET
TIMER’ for the first time, to test the recipe.
It is also advisable to weigh and measure
ingredients accurately to ensure the correct
ratio of flour/water and other ingredients is
used.
Note
To ensure the efficient operation of the bread
machine, use in an area not affected by
extremes of heat or coldness.
Note
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Know your Breville Baker’s Oven continued
Beginner’s Guide to Baking Your First Loaf
Using the Bake Only Setting
Using the Jam Setting
The ‘Bake Only’ setting of the Baker’s Oven gives
more versatility to your bread making. The ‘Bake
Only’ setting is useful when wishing to:
The ‘JAM’ setting of the Baker’s Oven allows you
to make sufficient quantity of delicious homemade jam to accompany your freshly baked
bread.
The following instructions are to be used when
making Bread or Dough recipes from the recipe
section of this book.
• Extend the baking time if a darker, crisper loaf
crust is required.
• Crispen loaves already baked and cooled.
• Re-warm loaves already baked and cooled.
• Delay bake a finished dough.
• Melt or brown toppings.
1. Press the ‘Select’ button eleven times and
the LCD screen will show 11.
2. Before pressing the ‘Start’ button, the time
can be altered by using the up/down ‘’/‘’
arrows. The ‘Bake Only’ setting times range
from 5 minutes to 2 hours.
3. If the time is not altered, the default ‘BAKE
ONLY’ time of 55 minutes will commence
when the ‘Start’ button is pressed.
Try this creative idea:
1. Prepare and make a bread of your choosing.
2. Combine 3 tablespoons of Cheddar cheese, 3
tablespoons chopped bacon with 2 teaspoons
chopped fresh chives.
3. When bread has finished baking, press ‘STOP’.
4. Sprinkle combined ingredients over the top of
loaf.
5. Press the ‘Select’ button eleven times and
the LCD screen will show 11. Change the time
to 20 minutes using the up/down ‘’/‘’
arrows. Press ‘Start’. If a browner, crisper
topping is required reset the ‘BAKE ONLY’
setting for an additional time.
6. At the end of baking, press ‘STOP.’
7. Remove bread from the bread machine and
bread pan. Allow to cool on a rack.
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1. Insert the standard kneading blade (for jam
making) onto the shaft of the bread pan.
2. Place prepared fruit into the bread pan
followed by remaining ingredients.
3. Press the ‘SELECT’ button ten times and the
LCD screen will show 10. Press ‘START’.
4. After 1:05 hours, the bread machine will
‘beep’, indicating the end of the cycle. Press
‘STOP’. Use oven mitts to remove the bread
pan as the jam is extremely hot.
5. Pour the hot jam into warm, dry, sterilised
jars, leaving 1.25cm from the top of the jar.
Seal the jars immediately and label.
6. Jam will thicken upon cooling and storage.
See the recipe section, under ‘Just Jam’ for more
details (refer page R41).
All recipes use local ingredients and Australian
Standard Metric Measuring tools (cup, spoons and
weighing scales), for accuracy in producing a 1kg
or 750g loaf of bread.
Remove and safely discard any packaging material
and promotional labels before using the Baker’s
Oven for the first time.
Step 1: Open the lid and remove the bread pan
Open the lid and remove the bread pan from the
Baker’s Oven by holding the handle and lifting
straight up.
Always remove bread pan from the Baker’s Oven
before adding ingredients to ensure ingredients
are not spilt into the baking chamber and onto the
element.
Before using for the first time, we recommend
that the inside of the bread pan and the kneading
blades be washed with warm soapy water, rinsed
and dried thoroughly. Do not immerse the bread
pan in water.
Step 2: Insert the kneading blade
There are two kneading blades provided with the
Baker’s Oven. The collapsible blade is for use on
the ‘BREAD’ and ‘DOUGH’ settings. The standard
blade is for use on the ‘JAM’ setting.
kneading action of the bread machine ensures
that the collapsible blade is upright or flat at the
appropriate times in the kneading, rising and
baking cycles.
Before inserting the collapsible blade, ensure
that no baked bread residue remains attached
to the shaft inside the bread pan or inside the
hole or around the hinge area of the collapsible
kneading blade. This will ensure that the hinge
pivots freely. For further cleaning instructions
refer to page 25.
Note
Step 3: Add ingredients into the bread pan
It is important that the ingredients are added in
the correct order listed in the recipe and that the
ingredients are measured and weighed accurately
otherwise the dough may not mix correctly or rise
sufficiently. Ensure the collapsible kneading blade
is in the upright position before adding ingredients
to the bread pan.
All ingredients should be at room temperature 2025ºC and should be added in the following order:
1. Liquid ingredients
2. Fat
3. Dry ingredients: salt, sugar, flour
4. Yeast
It is important that when using either kneading
blade that it is properly mounted on the shaft in
the base of the bread pan by aligning the flat edge
in the central hole of the kneading blade with
the flat side of the shaft. If the either blade is not
seated correctly, ingredients may not be mixed or
kneaded properly.
The collapsible blade should be placed on
the shaft in the upright position to ensure the
ingredients are mixed and kneaded properly
when the kneading cycle commences. The further
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Beginner’s Guide to Baking Your First Loaf continued
If using Prepackaged Bread Mixes, refer to
page R37.
Note
Mound the flour into the pan, make a small
hollow in the centre and place the yeast in
the hollow. This is important when using the
‘PRESET TIMER’ because if the yeast comes
in contact with the water and is activated
at some length of time before kneading
commences, the bread may not rise.
Note
Step 4: Return the bread pan to the machine
Insert the bread pan into the machine as follows:
1. Place the bread pan into the baking chamber,
with the word ‘FRONT’, on the top edge of
the bread pan, facing towards the front of the
bread machine.
2. Locate the drive mechanism of the pan
directly into the drive mechanism in the base
of the baking chamber.
3. Push the bread pan down firmly until it clicks
into position and is secured in the retaining
clips.
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Step 5: Close the lid
After closing the lid, it is not recommended to
open the lid during operation except to check the
consistency of the dough in the kneading cycle or
to glaze and add seeds to the top of the loaf in the
baking cycle (refer to page R43).
Step 6: Switch on the bread machine
Insert the power plug into a 230/240V volt power
outlet. Switch on at the power outlet. When the
Baker’s Oven is plugged in and switched on, the
LCD screen will automatically flash ‘000’ and one
long ‘beep’ will sound.
Step 7: Select the setting
Press the ‘SELECT’ button and the LCD screen
shows 1 1KG MEDIUM. Continue pressing the
‘SELECT’ button until the desired setting (between
2 and 11) is selected (refer to page 9-10 for
description of each setting).
Step 8: Select the loaf size or crust colour
When a bread setting is selected the loaf size
and crust colour will default to 1KG MEDIUM. If
wishing to select the smaller loaf size or a darker
or lighter crust, press the ‘LOAF SIZE’ button once
to select 750g (0.75KG) and press the ‘CRUST’
button once for DARK and twice for LIGHT. When
the ‘DOUGH’ setting is selected the dough size
will default to 1KG. If a smaller quantity of dough
is required, press the ‘LOAF SIZE’ button once to
select 750g (0.75KG).
Beginner’s Guide to Baking Your First Loaf continued
Step 9: Start the bread machine
Press the ‘START’ button to begin the bread
machine operation. The total setting time will
appear in the LCD screen. The setting time will
count down in one-minute increments.
• During the baking cycle steam may be emitted
from the vents on the lid and condensation may
form on the viewing window for a short time.
This is normal and part of the bread making
process.
• The kneading cycles commence with the Addin Ingredient Beeper sounding 8 ‘beeps’ at
approximately 5 minutes before the end of the
second kneading cycle.
• When the baking cycle is finished, the bread
machine will sound 3 double ‘beeps’ and the
LCD screen will show ‘0:00’. The baked bread
is now ready to remove.
• The Add-In Ingredient Beeper sounds in the
‘BASIC’, ‘BASIC RAPID’, ‘WHOLEWHEAT’,
‘WHOLEWHEAT RAPID’, ‘FRENCH’ and ‘SWEET’
settings indicating the time to add any
additional fruit, nuts, herbs, chocolate, etc.
required or as specified in recipes. The addition
of ingredients at this time assists with keeping
fruits, etc. whole, rather than being mashed
through the bread dough. While the machine is
still kneading add the ingredients gradually in
batches, allowing the dough to slowly combine
with the added ingredients.
Take care not to drop the additional ingredients
over the side of the bread pan into the baking
chamber, as these may burn and smoke during
the baking cycle.
If the power is accidentally turned off for
30 minutes or less during the bread making
process, the Baker’s Oven has a 30 minute
memory function, that will automatically
resume bread making when power is restored.
Note
Step 10: Remove the bread pan
The bread pan is now ready to be removed. Use
oven mitts to open the lid and carefully grasp the
handle of the hot bread pan. Pull the bread pan
upwards to release from drive mechanism and
retaining clips.
DO NOT PRESS THE ‘STOP’ BUTTON WHEN
ADDING INGREDIENTS AS THIS WILL CANCEL
THE PROGRAM.
• At the end the kneading cycles the dough will
start to rise. During the rising cycles the dough
will be degassed twice by the blade moving at
the end of the first and second rising cycles.
The dough rises fully in the third rising cycle,
then the baking cycle commences. The
‘GLUTEN FREE’ and ‘DOUGH’ settings have only
one rising cycle with no degassing of the dough.
The ‘YEAST FREE’ setting does not have a rising
cycle.
If the hot bread pan is placed onto a bench or
table ensure the surface is heat proof.
It is recommended to remove the bread at the
end of the baking cycle to retain the crispness of
the crust. However, if you do not wish to remove
the hot bread immediately, the Baker’s Oven
will automatically go into the Keep Warm cycle,
maintaining the temperature of the bread for
up to 60 minutes. The ‘Keep Warm’ cycle is not
available on ‘YEAST FREE’, ‘DOUGH’, ‘JAM’ or
‘BAKE ONLY’ settings.
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Beginner’s Guide to Baking Your First Loaf continued
Weighing and Measuring
Step 11: Take the bread out of the bread pan
Use oven mitts to gently shake the bread out of
the bread pan onto a wire rack. Check that the
kneading blade remains on the drive shaft of the
bread pan. Place the bread upright on the wire
rack to cool. Allow sufficient cooling time before
slicing the bread.
Baking bread is in part a science and an art with
each ingredient playing an integral role. Care
should be taken when weighing and
measuring ingredients to ensure accuracy and
consistency.
When baking is finished and the bread has
been removed from the bread pan, remove the
kneading blade from the pan using oven mitts.
Do not remove the blade with bare hands, as it is very hot! If the kneading blade is difficult
to remove from the drive shaft, pour some
warm water with detergent into the pan and
allow to stand for 10 minutes. The kneading
blade should then be easily removed from the
shaft. Follow ‘Care and Cleaning’ instructions
on page 25.
Step 14: Cut the bread
Before cutting the bread always ensure the
kneading blade is in the bread pan and not in the
bottom of the baked bread loaf.
When the bread is cool, cut the bread using a
serrated bread knife or electric knife on a firmly
seated breadboard. A standard knife is not
suitable as it will tear the bread.
Breville recommends using the Breville Bread
Slicing Guide – Model BS1. This foldable,
lightweight cutting guide is the ideal accessory for
any bread maker. The guide slots ensure straight,
even slices every time when using a bread knife
or electric knife.
Note
Step 12: Making another loaf
Allow approximately one hour for the Baker’s Oven
to cool before using again.
Open the lid to help cool the bread machine. If the
Baker’s Oven is too hot the LCD screen will show
an error code (refer page 24) and will not operate
until it cools to the correct operating temperature
for kneading and rising.
Step 13: Switch off and unplug the bread
machine
Press the ‘Stop’ button to clear the finished
setting. The LCD screen will reset to 1 1KG
MEDIUM. Switch off at the power outlet and
unplug the power cord from the power outlet.
To store the bread machine, ensure the bread
machine is completely cool, clean and dry.
Recipes in this Instruction Book were
developed using Australian Metric Weights and
Measurements.
Step 15: Store the bread
Store the bread in freezer bags or a sealable
bread box. To store for more than a few days,
place the bread into freezer bags. Remove air
from the bags then secure with ties and label.
Bread may be frozen for up to 1 month.
Australian metric measurements
mls
1 teaspoon
5
1 tablespoon
20
1 cup
250
It is important to note that New Zealand
ingredients, especially flour and yeast, differ
from the Australian equivalents. In the Vital
Ingredients section (pages 18-20) suitable New
Zealand products have been listed. We suggest
these New Zealand products be substituted
for the Australian products in the Easy Bake
Recipe section. For further New Zealand bread
making assistance Telephone: 0800 273 845.
Note
For New Zealand customers
nz metric measurements
mls
1 teaspoon
5
1 tablespoon
15
1 cup
250
The New Zealand tablespoon is 5ml less than
that of the Australian tablespoon, so care
should be taken when measuring ingredients
to compensate for the variance. For example,
1 Australian tablespoon = 1 New Zealand
tablespoon + 1 New Zealand teaspoon.
Note
Metric liquid measuring jugs
If measuring liquids using a graduated, metric
measuring jug, place jug on a flat surface, check
for accuracy at eye level.
Metric weighing scales
For consistent results it is recommended to use
metric weighing scales if possible as they provide
greater accuracy than measuring cups. Tare (or
zero) the scales with the container in position
then spoon or pour ingredients in until the desired
weight is achieved.
In general, water weighs the same in grams as
it measures in millilitres.
Note
Metric measuring cups and spoons
If using the graduated, metric measuring cups, it
is important to spoon or scoop the dry ingredients
loosely into the required cup. Do not tap the cup
on the bench, or pack the ingredients into the cup,
unless otherwise directed. Level the top of the
cup with a knife. When using graduated, metric
measuring spoons, level the top of the spoon with
a straight edged knife or spatula.
DO NOT USE TABLEWARE SPOONS OR CUPS.
DO NOT USE TABLEWARE JUGS OR MEASURING
CUPS.
Place kneading blades into the bread pan then
insert into the baking chamber and close the lid.
Do not place anything on top of the bread machine
during storage. Store the bread machine upright.
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17
The Vital Ingredients
The Vital Ingredients continued
Flour
Flour is the most important ingredient used for
bread making. It provides food for the yeast and
structures the loaf. When mixed with liquid, the
protein in the flour starts to form gluten. Gluten
is a network of elastic strands, which interlock to
trap the gases produced by yeast. This process
increases as the dough undergoes kneading and
provides the dough with the structure required to
produce the weight and shape of the bread.
White wheat flour
The flour used in the bread machine should be
bread or baker’s flour. There is no need to sift
the flour. Plain flour is most readily available,
however best results are obtained with flour
with at least 11%-12% protein content. For this
reason, the recipes in this book requiring bread
flour, have been made with flours with 11-12%
protein content. This is normally indicated on the
packaging. Do not use self-raising flour unless
indicated in the recipe.
When using a low protein, stone ground,
wholemeal or plain flour the quality of the
bread can be improved by adding 1½-2
tablespoons of gluten flour.
Note
Baker’s or bread flour
Several brands of baker’s or bread flour are
available nationally at larger supermarkets.
Baker’s flour was used for the development of
most of the recipes contained in this guide. It is
a high protein, white wheat flour, with 11-12%
protein content, ensuring a higher quality and
consistency to the baked bread.
NEW ZEALAND ONLY: ‘Elfin High Grade
White Flour’ or ‘Champion High Grade Flour’.
These are high protein, white bread flours,
containing 12% protein.
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Wholemeal flour
Contains all the bran, germ and flour of the
wholewheat grain. Although breads baked with
wholemeal flour will be higher in fibre, the loaf
can be lower in height and heavier in texture
depending on the protein level of the flour.
Wholemeal flour with low protein level can be
improved by adding gluten flour or replacing 1 cup
of wholemeal flour with bread or baker’s flour.
Rye flour
Popular for continental bread making, rye flour
is low in protein so it is essential to combine rye
flour with bread flour to make bread successfully
in the bread machine. Rye flour is traditionally
used to make Pumpernickel and Black Breads.
Gluten flour
Gluten flour is a concentrated mixture of gluten
forming protein and wheat flour. Adding gluten
flour can improve the structure and volume of
bread when using a low protein, stone ground,
wholemeal or plain flour. Gluten flour can be
purchased at most health food stores.
Bread Mixes
These convenient mixes contain flour, sugar,
milk, salt, oil and other ingredients such as bread
improvers. Usually only the addition of water
and yeast is required. Bread mix brands such as
‘Defiance’, ‘Laucke’ and ‘Kitchen Collection’ are
available nationally from major supermarkets.
Recipes for some bread mix brands are listed in
the ‘Easy Bake’ recipe section of this book (refer
pages R37-R40).
For information on other brands of bread mix
contact the manufacturer listed on the package.
NEW ZEALAND ONLY: Bread mix brands such
as ‘Elfin’ are available.
Bread improver
Salt
Several brands of bread improvers are available
nationally in supermarkets and health food stores.
The ingredients in a bread improver are usually a
food acid such as ascorbic acid (Vitamin C) and
other enzymes (Amylases) extracted from wheat
flours.
Salt is an important ingredient in bread making.
However salt inhibits the rising of the bread, so be
careful when measuring as it should be accurate.
Refer to ‘Questions and Answers’ (page 22).
Adding a bread improver will help strengthen
the framework of the bread resulting in a loaf
that is lighter in texture, higher in volume,
more stable and with enhanced keeping
qualities.
A commercial bread improver has been used
in some of the bread recipes listed in the ‘Easy
Bake’ recipe section of this book. A crushed,
unflavoured Vitamin C tablet or Vitamn C
powder can be used as a bread improver and
added to the dry ingredients.
Note
Sugar
Sugar provides food for the yeast, sweetness and
flavour to the crumb and helps brown the crust.
White sugar, brown sugar, honey and golden
syrup are all suitable to use. When using honey
or golden syrup it must be counted as additional
liquid. We have successfully tested granulated
‘Splenda’ as a sugar substitute.
NEW ZEALAND ONLY: Sugar can be reduce
for more improved results.
Powdered milk
Milk and milk products enhance the flavour
and increase the nutritional value of the bread.
Powdered milk is convenient and easy to use
(store in an airtight container in the refrigerator).
Fresh milk should not be substituted for powdered
milk unless stated in the recipe. Low fat or skim
milk powder can be used with good results. Soy
milk powder can also be used but produces a
denser loaf.
NEW ZEALAND ONLY: Salt can be reduced for
more improved results.
Fat
Butter, margarine or oils, such as vegetable,
safflower, sunflower, canola, etc., will add flavour,
retain the moisture and enhance the keeping
qualities of the bread.
Yeast
Without yeast the bread will not rise. Yeast needs
liquid, sugar and warmth to activate. Dried yeast
has been used in the recipes in this instruction
book where appropriate. Before using dried yeast
always check the use by date, as stale yeast will
prevent the bread from rising.
‘Tandaco’ brand yeast (available nationally in most
supermarkets) was used in the development of all
yeasted recipes contained in this book with the
exception of the ‘Bread Mix’ recipes.
Smaller packets of bread mix usually contain
sachets of yeast. Larger bulk bags of bread
mix usually do not include the yeast sachets,
however the corresponding brand of yeast may be
purchased separately.
Some bulk and imported yeasts are more active,
therefore it is recommended to use less of these
yeasts. Yeast may also be more active in hot
weather. For information on other brands of yeast
relating to quantities contact the manufacturer
listed on the package.
NEW ZEALAND ONLY: We recommend the use
of ‘Elfin’ brand yeast.
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The Vital Ingredients continued
Rapid rise yeast
These products are a mixture of yeast and bread
improver. Brands will vary in strength. If wishing
to substitute for yeast in a recipe, omit the bread
improver. Rapid rise yeasts should not be used
with bread mix as bread improver is already
included.
NEW ZEALAND ONLY: ‘Edmonds Surebake
Yeast’ is the most readily available yeast
product in New Zealand. Where a recipe
states ‘Bread Improver and Tandaco Yeast’
substitute with ‘Edmonds Surebake Yeast.’
Water
Tap water is used in all recipes. If using water in
cold climates or from the refrigerator, allow water
to come to room temperature. Extremes of hot or
cold water will prevent the yeast activating.
Eggs
Eggs are used in some bread recipes and provide
liquid, help with rising and increase the nutritional
value of the bread. They give flavour and
tenderness and are usually used in the sweeter
type of breads.
Other Ingredients
Fruit, nuts, chocolate chips, etc. are added
when the bread machine sounds 8 short ‘beeps’
approximately 5 minutes before the end of the
second kneading when using the ‘BASIC’, ‘BASIC
RAPID’, ‘WHOLEWHEAT’, ‘WHOLEWHEAT RAPID’,
‘FRENCH’ and ‘SWEET’ settings. If added before
this stage, excessive kneading will cause the
ingredients to break down, rather than hold their
shape.
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Hints and Tips for Better Bread Making
Jam setting mix
‘Jam Setta’ brand setting mix contains the
ingredient ‘pectin’ which is a naturally occurring
substance found in fresh fruit. The addition of
‘Jam Setta’ to the jam recipes helps the jam
to set. This product is available in 50g packets
nationally from supermarkets and some hardware
stores.
NEW ZEALAND ONLY: ‘King Jam Setting Mix’
is
available in 70g sachets from major
supermarkets.
For more information about bread mixes please
contact the relevant number listed below, or
refer to contact details on the packaging of the
bread mix.

Ensure the collapsible kneading blade
is in the upright position before adding
ingredients to the bread pan.
Never Use the ‘PRESET TIMER’ setting for recipes
that contain perishable items, such as
eggs, cheese, milk, cream and meats.

Do measure ingredients accurately –
weighed measurements are more accurate
than volumetric measurements.
Never Use self-raising flour to make yeasted
bread unless recipe states otherwise.

Do use bread flour unless recipe states
otherwise.


Do check use-by dates on ingredients.

Do store opened ingredients in airtight
containers.

Do use ingredients at room temperature.
Do add ingredients to the bread pan in the
order stated in the recipe.
Defiance: 1800 628 883
Laucke: 1300 133 331

Don’t use flour that contains a protein level
of less than 11%, for example, generic
brands of plain flour.

Don’t use tableware cups and spoons for
measuring.



Don’t use compressed yeast.

Don’t operate the machine if any
ingredients have spilled over or around
the element. Wipe away any spills first to
prevent smoking occurring in the baking
cycle.
Kitchen Collection: 1800 645 515
Elfin (New Zealand only): 0800 110 800
For more information about Bread or Baker’s
Flour please contact the relevant number listed
below, or refer to contact details on the package.
Defiance White Baker’s Flour: 1800 628 883
Laucke Wallaby Baker’s Flour: 1300 133 331
Elfin/Champion High Grade Plain Flour (New
Zealand only): 0800 110 800
For more information about Bread Improver
please contact:
Lowan Wholefoods: 1800 355 718
Don’t use hot water or liquids.
Don’t use metal objects to remove the
kneading blade from the cooked loaf of
bread or the bread pan as this may cause
damage to the non-stick coating.
Never Immerse your bread machine or bread pan
in water.
Tip: If you live in an area with a high altitude
(above 900m) you will probably need to
alter your bread recipe, as the higher the
altitude, the lower the air pressure, the
faster the dough will rise. Try reducing the
yeast by 1⁄4 teaspoon.
Tip: If the weather is hot and humid, reduce
the yeast by 1⁄4 teaspoon to avoid over
rising of the dough.
Tip: Flour properties can alter on a seasonal
or storage basis, therefore it may be
necessary to adjust the water and flour
ratio. This can be determined after ten
minutes of the kneading cycle. Simply
open the lid of the bread machine and if
the dough is too sticky, add a little more
flour, 1 tablespoon at a time, until the
dough reaches a firmer consistency. If the
dough is too dry add a little more water,
1 teaspoon at a time until a softer, more
pliable dough results. After being properly
kneaded, dough with the correct amount
of water should form into a smooth, round
ball.
Tip: When hand-shaping dough for rolls, weigh
each piece of dough for more evenly sized
rolls.
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Questions and Answers
About Ingredients:
Q: Can other bread recipes be made in this
machine?
A: The recipes in this book are sized so that the
dough is kneaded properly and the finished
bread does not exceed the bread pan capacity.
Use only recipes with similar quantities of
ingredients.
Q: Can fresh milk be used instead of dry milk?
A: Yes – but not when using the ‘PRESET TIMER’.
Bread made with fresh milk will have a heavier
texture than bread made with milk powder.
If using fresh milk substitute the water with
fresh milk and omit the milk powder. Scald the
milk and cool before adding to the other dough
ingredients.
Q: Can butter or margarine be used in place of
oil?
A: Yes, but the bread crumb may appear a more
creamy, yellow colour.
Q: Can other sweetening agents be used in
place of sugar?
A: Yes – honey, golden syrup or brown sugar
can be used. Do not use powdered or liquid
artificial sweeteners. However granulated
‘SPLENDA’ was successfully tested during
recipe development. When substituting honey
or similar sweet liquids for sugar, reduce the
water by the same amount.
Q: Can salt be omitted?
A: Salt plays a very important part in bread
making. Omitting it will decrease water
retention in the dough, as well as affect mixing,
the strength of gluten development and the
fermentation of the yeast. In the finished bread,
salt improves the loaf shape, crumb structure
and crust colour, as well as extending shelf life
and enhancing flavour.
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Questions and Answers continued
Q: Why do the ingredients need to be placed into
the pan in the specified order?
A: To ensure all dry ingredients are mixed
with water and to avoid the yeast activating
prematurely with the water when using the
‘PRESET TIMER’.
About Baking Bread:
Q: The bread setting has been accidentally
cancelled/reset or a power failure has
occurred during the bread making process.
What can I do?
A: If the power is accidentally turned off for
30 minutes or less during the operation,
the Baker’s Oven has a 30 minute memory
function, that will automatically resume bread
making, where it was interrupted, when power
is restored.
A: If the operation cannot be resumed or the
setting is cancelled:
A: During the kneading stage – Reselect the bread
setting again and allow dough to re-knead and
continue through the rising and baking process.
The result may be a loaf higher in volume and
lighter in texture.
A: During the rising stage – Turn the bread
machine off. Leave the dough in the pan and in
the baking chamber with the lid closed. Allow
the dough to rise until almost near the top of
the pan. Turn the bread machine on. Select the
‘BAKE ONLY’ setting, set time for between 5
minutes and 2 hours. Press the ‘Start’ button.
A: During the baking cycle – Select the ‘BAKE
ONLY’ setting. Select required baking time
(Between 5 minutes and 2 hours). Press the
‘Start’ button.
Q: What happens if the bread isn’t removed
when the bake cycle is complete?
A: The bread machine will automatically go into
a keep warm cycle, (in the ‘BASIC’, ‘BASIC
RAPID’, ‘WHOLEWHEAT’, ‘WHOLEWHEAT
RAPID’, ‘GLUTEN FREE’, ‘FRENCH’ and ‘SWEET’
settings) holding the temperature of the bread
for up to 60 minutes. However, as the loaf
cools it gives off steam which can’t escape
from the bread pan. The bread crust may
become soft and the loaf may slightly lose its
shape.
Q: Why did the bread not rise?
A: There may be several reasons. Check the
protein level of the flour and use-by-date of the
yeast. The yeast may have failed to activate,
the yeast measurements may be inaccurate or
sometimes people just forget to add the yeast.
Q: Why do large holes appear inside the bread?
A: Occasionally air bubbles will concentrate at a
certain location during the last rising and will
bake in this state. This could be caused by too
much water and/or yeast or insufficient flour.
Check the recipe ingredients and method of
weighing/measuring.
Q: Are the room and water temperatures
important?
A: Yes – Room and water temperature influences
yeast activity and therefore can affect the
quality of your bread. The average room
temperature is approximately 20-25ºC. Water at
room temperature should also be used.
NEVER use hot water as it will kill the yeast.
Note
About Using the Timer:
Q: Why can’t the ‘PRESET TIMER’ be set past 13
hours?
A: The ingredients may deteriorate in quality or
ferment if they are left inside the bread pan for
many hours. This is especially the case during
summer, when the ‘PRESET TIMER’ should be
set to a shorter period of time.
Q: Why can’t some ingredients be used with the
‘PRESET TIMER’?
A: Most protein foods, such as milk, cheese, eggs,
bacon, etc., are perishable and will deteriorate
if left unrefrigerated for more than one hour.
Q: Why does the top of the bread collapse?
A: Usually this is because the ingredients are
not in balance or a low protein flour is used.
Check the method of weighing/measuring the
ingredients. Too much yeast, water or other
liquid ingredients, or insufficient flour, may
cause the bread to be pale on top and collapse
with baking.
Q: Why does bread colour differ?
A: This is probably because the ingredients used
in each recipe may vary. A different crust
colour may also have been selected.
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Control Panel Messages
Care, Cleaning and Storage
Error Detection
Before cleaning your bread machine, switch off
and then unplug from the power outlet and allow
the bread machine to cool completely.
When the ‘Start’ button has been pressed to
begin the process and there is a problem relating
to the sensor, the machine will ‘beep’ twice and
then flash the particular error message specific to
the problem.
Bread Machine
There are 4 different error messages:
error
message
E:01
E:02
problem
correction
If attempting to use the bread machine
shortly after a loaf has been baked, its
interior will still be warm, that is, the sensor
temperature will still be above 40ºC.
Press ‘STOP’ to reset. Open the lid and
remove the bread pan to cool. Always allow
the bread machine sufficient time to cool
before using again.
Contact your nearest authorised Breville
Service Centre (refer to the back page for
details).
E:03
Contact your nearest authorised Breville
Service Centre (refer to the back page for
details).
E:04
Contact your nearest authorised Breville
Service Centre (refer to the back page for
details).
The inside and outside of the bread machine and
the lid should be wiped with a soft, damp cloth
then dried thoroughly. If over spills such as flour,
nuts, sultanas, etc., occur in the baking chamber,
carefully remove, using a damp cloth. Before reusing your bread machine ensure that all parts are
completely dry.
NEVER immerse the bread machine or the
bread pan in water.
Note
Bread Pan and Kneading Blade
The inside of the bread pan and collapsible
kneading blade are coated with a high quality,
non-stick coating. As with any non-stick coated
surface, NEVER use metal utensils or abrasive
cleaners on these items.
To clean the bread pan and blades:
Half fill the bread pan with soapy water (use a
non-abrasive detergent), allow to stand for 10-20
minutes. Remove the kneading blade and clean
both blade and inside of bread pan using a soft
cloth. Be sure to remove any crust or dough that
may become lodged around the drive shaft and
the kneading blade. Take care not to scratch the
non-stick surface on the inside of the bread pan
and the kneading blade.
DO NOT USE HARSH CLEANERS, ABRASIVES,
BRUSHES OR STEEL WOOL.
NEVER WASH THE BREAD PAN OR KNEADING
BLADE IN THE DISHWASHER.
To clean the collapsible blade:
Particular care should be used to clean the hinged
area of the collapsible blade. After soaking in
warm, soapy water for 10-20 minutes, use a
wooden toothpick or thin wooden skewer to
remove any bread residue from the hinged area.
Failure to clean the hinged area may eventually
result in the collapsible blade not working
effectively.
Some discolouration may appear on the bread
pan over time. This is a natural effect caused
by moisture and steam and will not affect the
bread in any way.
Note
Storage
When storing the bread machine, switch off and
then remove the power plug from the power
outlet. Ensure it is completely cool, clean and dry.
Place the bread pan and kneading blades into the
baking chamber and close the lid. Do not place
heavy objects on top of the lid. Store the bread
machine upright.
Replacement Bread Pan and
Blades
Both the collapsible blade and bread pan coating
are operating parts of the machine and as such
are subject to normal wear and tear over the life
of the machine. Depending on your usage of the
bread machine they may need replacement if the
bread begins to stick.
Spare Parts
Replacement parts are available from Breville
Spare Parts:
Australia Customer Service: 1300 139 798
New Zealand Customer Service: 0800 253 007
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25
Troubleshooting Guide - Recipe
Bread
sinks in
the centre
Not measured
correctly
•
Low % protein
•
Passed
use-by-date
•
Self raising flour
used
•
Sugar
Not measured
correctly
•
Salt
Not measured
correctly
•
Not measured
correctly
•
Too hot
•
Flour
Water/liquid
Over
browned
Troubleshooting Guide - Recipe (continued)
Sticky
patch on
top of
bread
•
Doughy
centre
Heavy
dense
texture
•
•
Coarse
holey
texture
Bread
Bread rises doesn’t
too much
rise
enough
•
•
Check method of weighing/measuring ingredients
17
•
Use suitable high protein flour or add gluten flour
18
•
•
Discard and use fresh flour
21
•
•
•
Use bread or plain flour - self-raising flour already
contains baking powder as the raising agent
18
•
•
•
Use metric measuring spoons
17
•
Use metric measuring spoons
17
•
Check method of weighing/measuring
17
•
Water must be between 20-25ºC
20
•
Water must be between 20-25ºC
20
•
Use metric measuring spoons
17
•
•
•
•
•
•
Too cold
Yeast
Bread mix
Room
temperature
26
Ref page
•
•
•
Corrective action
Not measured
correctly
•
•
Not measured
correctly
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Check method of weighing/measuring
17
Used in place of
flour
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Bread mix already contains salt, sugar, etc. and
cannot be substituted for flour
18
Too hot
•
•
•
Room temperature must be less than 28ºC
23
Too hot
•
•
Room temperature must be more than 10ºC
23
•
27
Troubleshooting Guide - Baker’s Oven
Machine
Appliance unplugged
Machine
will not
operate
Troubleshooting Guide - Baker’s Oven (continued)
Error code
E01 in
Display
Window
•
Ingredients
not mixed
•
Bread not
baked
Baked
bread is
damp
•
Power interruption (refer to pages 15 and 22)
•
•
Stop button pressed after starting machine (refer to page 22)
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Hot bread left in pan too long
•
Incorrect crust colour selection
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Loaf is
small
•
Lid opened during rising or baking
Bread pan unseated
Preset timer Bread not
did not
sufficiently
function
baked
•
•
Selected setting incorrect
Start button not pressed
Under
browned
crust
•
Kneading blade not on shaft
Machine has not cooled from previous use
Bread rises
too much
•
•
•
•
•
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Contents
Easy Bake Recipes
Page
Traditional Favourites
R3
Flavoured White Bread
R8
Flavoured Sweet Bread
R11
Flavoured Wholemeal Bread
R17
Rapid Bread
R20
Dough
R23
Yeast Free & Muffin Bread
R29
Gluten Free Bread
R33
Prepackaged Bread Mixes
R37
Just Jam
R41
Glazes
R43
Notes
R44
Abbrevations:
tsp = teaspoon
tbl = tablespoon
R
Traditional Favourites
Traditional Favourites continued
There are many breads that we all like to place in our lunch box. This section includes a variety of
breads made from all natural ingredients. After tasting all of these recipes, you just might discover a new
found favourite.
Sequence for ‘BASIC’ setting:
SIZE
Procedure
1. Place ingredients into the bread pan, in the
exact order listed in the recipe.
1kg
2. Wipe spills from outside of bread pan.
3. Lock the bread pan into position in the baking
chamber and close the lid.
4. Press ‘SELECT’ to access the setting as
specified in the following recipes. Each bread
setting and the dough setting will default to
1KG MEDIUM (crust colour).
750g
5. Press ‘LOAF SIZE’ to select 750g (0.75KG) if
required.
CRUST
1ST
2ND
1ST
KNEAD KNEAD RISE
PUNCH 2ND
DOWN RISE
PUNCH 3RD
DOWN RISE
BAKE TOTAL
TIME TIME
LIGHT
3 min
22 min 30 min 5 secs 15 min 7 secs 50 min 46
min
2hr
46min
MEDIUM
3 min
22 min 30 min 5 secs 15 min 7 secs 50 min 58
min
2hr
58min
DARK
3 min
22 min 30 min 5 secs 15 min 7 secs 50 min 65
min
3hr
05min
LIGHT
3 min
22 min 30 min 5 secs 15 min 7 secs 50 min 41
min
2hr
41min
MEDIUM
3 min
22 min 30 min 5 secs 15 min 7 secs 50 min 53
min
2hr
53min
DARK
3 min
22 min 30 min 5 secs 15 min 7 secs 50 min 60
min
3 hr
00min
ADD-IN BEEPS:
The Baker’s Oven ‘beeps’ 8 times at 5 minutes before the end of the second knead. Extra ingredients
such as fruit, nuts, etc. should be added at this time.
6. Press ‘CRUST’ once for DARK or twice for
LIGHT if required.
7. Press ‘START’.
8. At the end of the program, press ‘STOP’.
Basic White BREAD
9. Remove bread from bread machine and bread
pan. Cool on rack.
Ensure the collapsible kneading blade is in the
upright position before adding ingredients.
Note
Milk Bread
1kg
750g
Water
350ml
300ml
INGREDIENTS
1kg
750g
Oil
2 tbl
1 tbl
310ml
2 tsp
1½ tsp
Full cream milk,
scalded & cooled
370ml
Salt
Sugar
2 tbl
1½ tbl
Oil
1 tbl
3 tsp
Bread flour
650g /
41⁄3 cups
450g /
3 cups
Salt
1¾ tsp
1½ tsp
Sugar
2 tbl
1½ tbl
Milk powder
2 tbl
1 tbl
Bread flour
Bread
improver
1 tsp
3
600g /
4 cups
450g /
3 cups
Bread improver
1 tsp
¾ tsp
Tandaco yeast
1½ tsp
1¼ tsp
Tandaco yeast
1¾ tsp
1½ tsp
⁄4 tsp
SETTING: 1 (BASIC) LIGHT/MEDIUM/DARK
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tsp = teaspoon
tbl = tablespoon
Not suitable for ‘Preset Timer’.
INGREDIENTS
Abbrevations:
SETTING: 1 (BASIC) LIGHT/MEDIUM/DARK
tsp = teaspoon
tbl = tablespoon
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Traditional Favourites continued
Sequence for ‘FRENCH’ setting:
Sequence for ‘WHOLEWHEAT’ setting:
SIZE
1kg
750g
CRUST
1ST
2ND
1ST
KNEAD KNEAD RISE
PUNCH 2ND
DOWN RISE
PUNCH 3RD
DOWN RISE
BAKE TOTAL
TIME TIME
CRUST
1ST
2ND
1ST
KNEAD KNEAD RISE
LIGHT
3 min
20 min 40 min 10
secs
30 min 12
secs
60 min 55
min
3hr
28min
LIGHT
3 min
20 min 30 min 10
secs
20 min 6 secs 65 min 48
min
3hr
06min
MEDIUM
3 min
20 min 40 min 10
secs
30 min 12
secs
60 min 60
min
3hr
33min
MEDIUM
3 min
20 min 30 min 10
secs
20 min 6 secs 65 min 53
min
3hr
11min
DARK
3 min
20 min 40 min 10
secs
30 min 12
secs
60 min 67
min
3hr
40min
DARK
3 min
20 min 30 min 10
secs
20 min 6 secs 65 min 55
min
3hr
13min
LIGHT
3 min
20 min 40 min 10
secs
30 min 12
secs
60 min 50
min
3hr
23min
LIGHT
3 min
20 min 30 min 10
secs
20 min 6 secs 65 min 43
min
3hr
01min
MEDIUM
3 min
20 min 40 min 10
secs
30 min 12
secs
60 min 55
min
3hr
28min
MEDIUM
3 min
20 min 30 min 10
secs
20 min 6 secs 65 min 48
min
3hr
06min
DARK
3 min
20 min 40 min 10
secs
30 min 12
secs
60 min 62
min
3hr
35min
DARK
3 min
20 min 30 min 10
secs
20 min 6 secs 65 min 50
min
3hr
08min
SIZE
1kg
750g
PUNCH 2ND
DOWN RISE
PUNCH 3RD
DOWN RISE
BAKE TOTAL
TIME TIME
ADD-IN BEEPS:
The Baker’s Oven ‘beeps’ 8 times at 5 minutes before the end of the second knead. Extra ingredients
such as fruit, nuts, etc. should be added at this time.
ADD-IN BEEPS:
The Baker’s Oven ‘beeps’ 8 times at 5 minutes before the end of the second knead. Extra ingredients
such as fruit, nuts, etc. should be added at this time.
French Bread
100% Wholemeal Bread
INGREDIENTS
1kg
750g
INGREDIENTS
1kg
750g
Water
350ml
300ml
Water
380ml
320ml
Oil
3 tsp
2 tsp
Oil
2½ tbl
2 tbl
Salt
2 tsp
1½ tsp
Salt
2 tsp
1½ tsp
Sugar
2 tsp
1½ tsp
Sugar
3 tbl
2½ tbl
Bread flour
650g /
41⁄3 cups
500g /
31⁄3 cups
Wholemeal plain 560g /
flour
33⁄4 cups
450g /
3 cups
Bread
improver
1 tsp
3
⁄4 tsp
Gluten flour
3 tbl
2½ tbl
Tandaco yeast
1½ tsp
1¼ tsp
Milk powder
2 tbl
1½ tbl
Bread improver
1 tsp
3
Tandaco yeast
2 tsp
1½ tsp
SETTING: 6 (FRENCH) LIGHT/MEDIUM/DARK
⁄4 tsp
SETTING: 3 (WHOLEWHEAT)
LIGHT/MEDIUM/DARK
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tbl = tablespoon
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tsp = teaspoon
tbl = tablespoon
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Flavoured White Bread
Multigrain Bread
Recipes in this section have the addition of seeds, nuts or other flavour enhancing ingredients. The
addition occurs mostly at the sound of the ‘beeps’. Therefore these recipes are not suitable to use on the
Preset Timer.
INGREDIENTS
1kg
750g
Water
370ml
310ml
Oil
3 tbl
2 tbl
Procedure
Salt
2 tsp
1½ tsp
Sugar
3 tbl
2 tbl
1. Place ingredients into the bread pan, in the
exact order listed in the recipe.
INGREDIENTS
1kg
750g
(0.75KG)
Bread flour
375g /
2½ cups
300g /
2 cups
2. Wipe spills from outside of bread pan.
Water
220ml
180ml
Wholemeal plain 225g /
flour
1½ cups
150g /
1 cup
3. Lock the bread pan into position in the baking
chamber and close the lid.
Oil
3 tbl
2 tbl
Gluten flour
2 tbl
1 tbl
Cooked pumpkin,
well drained &
mashed
175g /
¼ cup
140g /
½ cup
Milk powder
2 tbl
1½ tbl
Salt
2 tsp
1½ tsp
Bread improver
1 tsp
3
Sugar
2 tbl
1½ tbl
Bread flour
600g /
4 cups
450g /
3 cups
Milk powder
2 tbl
1½ tbl
Pumpkin & Pepita Bread
4. Press ‘SELECT’ to access the setting as
specified in the following recipes. Each bread
setting and the dough setting will default to
1kg MEDIUM (crust colour).
⁄4 tsp
5. Press ‘LOAF SIZE’ to select 750g (0.75KG) if
required.
Sunflower seeds 3½ tbl
3 tbl
Kibble wheat
3½ tbl
3 tbl
Whole linseeds
2½ tbl
2 tbl
6. Press ‘CRUST’ once for DARK or twice for
LIGHT if required.
Sesame seeds
2½ tbl
2 tbl
7. Press ‘START’.
Bread improver
1 tsp
3
Cracked
buckwheat
1½ tbl
1 tbl
8. At the end of the program, press ‘STOP’.
Gluten flour
3 tsp
2 tsp
Ground cumin
1 tsp
3
Tandaco yeast
1½ tsp
1¼ tsp
9. Remove bread from bread machine and bread
pan. Cool on rack.
Ground nutmeg
½ tsp
¼ tsp
ADD-IN BEEPS:
The Baker’s Oven ‘beeps’ 8 times at 5 minutes
before the end of the second knead. Extra
ingredients such as fruit, nuts, etc. should be
added at this time.
Tandaco yeast
1½ tsp
1¼ tsp
SETTING: 3 (WHOLEWHEAT)
LIGHT/MEDIUM/DARK
⁄4 tsp
⁄4 tsp
 ADD AT THE BEEPS:
Pepita seeds
80g /
½ cup
50g /
1
⁄3 cup
SETTING: 1 (BASIC) LIGHT/MEDIUM/DARK
Ensure the collapsible kneading blade
is in the upright position before adding
ingredients.
Note
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tbl = tablespoon
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tbl = tablespoon
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Flavoured White Bread continued
Sweet Corn & Capsicum Bread
Grain Mustard & Herb Bread
Carrot & Edam Bread
Peanut Sate Bread
INGREDIENTS
1kg
750g
INGREDIENTS
1kg
750g
INGREDIENTS
1kg
750g
INGREDIENTS
1kg
750g
Water
240ml
210ml
Water
270ml
250ml
Water
300ml
280ml
Water
320ml
270ml
Oil
3 tbl
2 tbl
Oil
3 tbl
2 tbl
Oil
3 tbl
2 tbl
Oil
2 tbl
1 tbl
Salt
2 tsp
1½ tsp
Salt
1¾ tsp
1½ tsp
Salt
1½ tsp
1 tsp
Laksa Curry Mix
1½ tbl
1 tbl
Sugar
2½ tbl
2 tbl
Sugar
2½ tbl
2 tbl
Sugar
2½ tbl
2 tbl
Salt
1¼ tsp
1 tsp
Canned
creamed corn
4½ tbl
4 tbl
Bread flour
600g / 4 cups
450g / 3 cups
Bread flour
2 tbl
1 tbl
Bread flour
600g / 4 cups 450g / 3 cups
3 tsp
3 tsp
450g /
3 cups
Sugar
Gluten flour
600g /
4 cups
600g /
4 cups
450g /
3 cups
2 tbl
1½ tbl
1 tsp
1 tsp
Milk powder
1 tsp
1 tsp
Bread flour
Bread
improver
Bread improver
Milk powder
2 tbl
1½ tbl
Gluten flour
3 tsp
3 tsp
Gluten flour
3 tsp
2 tsp
Milk powder
2 tbl
2 tbl
Wholegrain mustard 1 tbl
3 tsp
Bread improver
1 tsp
1 tsp
Bread improver
1½ tsp
1 tsp
Dried dill
1¼ tsp
1 tsp
Tandaco yeast
1¼ tsp
Milk powder
2 tbl
2 tbl
Cajun seasoning 1 tsp
½ tsp
1¼ tsp
1 tsp
1¾ tsp
1½ tsp
1¼ tsp
 ADD AT THE BEEPS:
Tandaco yeast
Tandaco yeast
Cracked black
peppercorns
Tandaco yeast
1½ tsp
1¼ tsp
Canned corn
2½ tbl
kernels, drained
& dried
2 tbl
 ADD AT THE BEEPS:
Fresh mixed herbs
of your choice,
chopped
Grated carrot
60g / 2⁄3 cup
45g / ½ cup
Chopped red
capsicum
2 tbl
Grated Edam
cheese
70g / 2⁄3 cup
50g / ½ cup
1½ tsp
 ADD AT THE BEEPS:
2½ tbl
SETTING: 1 (BASIC) LIGHT/MEDIUM/DARK
Finely chopped 1½ tbl
shallots
1½ tsp
4 tbl
3 tbl
 ADD AT THE BEEPS:
Crushed nuts
SETTING: 1 (BASIC) LIGHT/MEDIUM/DARK
70g / 1⁄3 cup 50g / ¼ cup
SETTING: 1 (BASIC) LIGHT/MEDIUM/DARK
1 tbl
SETTING: 1 (BASIC) LIGHT/MEDIUM/DARK
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tbl = tablespoon
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tsp = teaspoon
tbl = tablespoon
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Flavoured Sweet Bread
Flavoured Sweet Bread continued
Most of the recipes in this section have the addition of nuts, chocolate, sultanas or other flavour
enhancing ingredients. The addition occurs mostly at the sound of the beeps towards the end of the
second kneading cycle. Therefore these recipes are not suitable to use with the Preset Timer.
Sequence for ‘SWEET’ setting:
CRUST
1ST
2ND
1ST
KNEAD KNEAD RISE
LIGHT
5 min
MEDIUM
2. Wipe spills from outside of bread pan.
3. Lock the bread pan into position in the baking
chamber and close the lid.
SIZE
Procedure
1. Place ingredients into the bread pan, in the
exact order listed in the recipe.
1kg
4. Press ‘Select’ to access the setting as
specified in the following recipes. Each bread
setting and the dough setting will default to
1kg MEDIUM (crust colour).
750g
5. Press ‘Loaf Size’ to select 750g (0.75KG) if
required.
PUNCH
DOWN
2ND
RISE
PUNCH 3RD
DOWN RISE
TOTAL
TIME
20 min 40 min 10 secs
25 min 7 secs 55 min 55
min
3hr
20min
5 min
20 min 40 min 10 secs
25 min 7 secs 55 min 62
min
3hr
27min
DARK
5 min
20 min 40 min 10 secs
25 min 7 secs 55 min 68
min
3hr
33min
LIGHT
5 min
20 min 40 min 10 secs
25 min 7 secs 55 min 50
min
2hr
15min
MEDIUM
5 min
20 min 40 min 10 secs
25 min 7 secs 55 min 57
min
3hr
22min
DARK
5 min
20 min 40 min 10 secs
25 min 7 secs 55 min 63
min
3hr
28min
ADD-IN BEEPS:
The Baker’s Oven ‘beeps’ 8 times at 5 minutes before the end of the second knead. Extra ingredients
such as fruit, nuts, etc. should be added at this time.
6. Press ‘Crust’ once for DARK or twice for
LIGHT if required.
7. Press ‘Start’.
8. At the end of the program, press ‘Stop’.
9. Remove bread from bread machine and bread
pan. Cool on rack.
Ensure the collapsible kneading blade
is in the upright position before adding
ingredients.
Note
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tsp = teaspoon
tbl = tablespoon
Abbrevations:
tsp = teaspoon
tbl = tablespoon
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Flavoured Sweet Bread continued
Flavoured Sweet Bread continued
Rich Fruit Loaf
Strawberry & Pistachio Loaf
Lemon & Poppy Seed Bread
Lime & Caraway Bread
INGREDIENTS
1kg
750g
INGREDIENTS
1kg
750g
INGREDIENTS
1kg
750g
INGREDIENTS
1kg
750g
Water
340ml
290ml
Water
310ml
250ml
Water
270ml
250ml
Water
300ml
250ml
Oil
3 tbl
2 tbl
3 tbl
2 tbl
3 tbl
3 tbl
1½ tsp
Lime
marmalade
3 tbl
1½ tsp
Strawberry
jam
3 tbl
Salt
Lemon Butter
Spread
Grated orange
rind
2½ tsp
2 tsp
Oil
1½ tbl
1 tbl
Oil
3 tbl
2 tbl
Oil
3 tbl
2 tbl
Salt
2 tsp
1½ tsp
Salt
1½ tsp
1¼ tsp
Salt
2 tsp
1½ tsp
Brown sugar
2½ tbl
2 tbl
Bread flour
600g / 4 cups 450g / 3 cups
Bread flour
600g / 4 cups
450g / 3 cups
Bread improver 1 tsp
450g /
3 cups
600g / 4 cups 450g / 3 cups
Bread flour
560g /
33⁄4 cups
Bread flour
3
2 tsp
Milk powder
2 tbl
1 ⁄2 tbl
2 tsp
Bread
improver
1 tsp
3 tsp
3 tsp
1 tsp
Gluten flour
Gluten flour
Bread
improver
1 tsp
3
⁄4 tsp
Tandaco yeast
1½ tsp
1¼ tsp
Bread
improver
1 tsp
3
⁄4 tsp
Milk powder
2 tbl
1½ tbl
Milk powder
2 tbl
1 ⁄2 tbl
Milk powder
2 tbl
1½ tbl
Mixed spice
1 tbl
3
Tandaco yeast
1½ tsp
1
 C OMBINE THE FOLLOWING & ADD AT THE BEEPS:
1
⁄4 tbl
Grated lemon
rind
2½ tsp
1¼ tsp
Poppy seeds
2 tbl
1½ tbl
Oil
1½ tbl
1 tbl
 ADD AT THE BEEPS:
Fruit medley
60g / 1⁄3 cup
45g / ¼ cup
Sultanas
2 tbl
1 tbl
Prunes,
chopped
1½ tbl
1 tbl
Glace cherries, 1½ tbl
halved
⁄4 tsp
2 tsp
SETTING: 7 (SWEET) LIGHT/MEDIUM/DARK
Tandaco yeast 1½ tsp
1¼ tsp
 ADD AT THE BEEPS:
Strawberry
Fruit Bars,
chopped
70g /
3½ bars
Pistachio nuts, 3½ tbl
choppped
60g /
3 bars
Tandaco yeast 1½ tsp
1¼ tsp
 ADD AT THE BEEPS:
Grated lime
rind
2½ tsp
2 tsp
Caraway seeds 2½ tsp
2 tsp
SETTING: 7 (SWEET) LIGHT/MEDIUM/DARK
3 tbl
SETTING: 7 (SWEET) LIGHT/MEDIUM/DARK
1 tbl
SETTING: 7 (SWEET) LIGHT/MEDIUM/DARK
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tbl = tablespoon
Abbrevations:
tsp = teaspoon
tbl = tablespoon
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Flavoured Sweet Bread continued
Flavoured Sweet Bread continued
Glace Pear & Ginger Bread
Choc Raisin & Peanut Bread
Apple Spice Bread
Triple Banana Bread
INGREDIENTS
1kg
750g
INGREDIENTS
1kg
750g
INGREDIENTS
1kg
750g
INGREDIENTS
1kg
750g
Water
330ml
270ml
Water
360ml
280ml
Water
320ml
270ml
Water
250ml
210ml
Oil
3 tbl
2 tbl
Oil
3 tbl
2 tbl
Oil
3 tbl
2 tbl
Oil
2 tbl
2 tbl
Salt
1¾ tsp
1¼ tsp
Salt
2 tsp
1½ tsp
Salt
2 tsp
1½ tsp
Light brown
sugar
2½ tbl
2 tbl
Sugar
1½ tbl
1 tbl
Sugar
2½ tbl
2 tbl
135g /
1
⁄3 cup
100g /
¼ cup
Bread flour
600g / 4 cups
450g / 3 cups
Bread flour
600g /
4 cups
450g /
3 cups
Bread flour
560g /
3¾ cups
450g /
3 cups
Banana,
ripened,
mashed
Salt
2 tsp
1½ tsp
Gluten flour
3 tsp
3 tsp
Gluten flour
1 tbl
3 tsp
Bread improver 1 tsp
3
Sugar
2 tbl
1½ tbl
Bread
improver
1 tsp
1 tsp
Bread improver
1 tsp
3
⁄4 tsp
Milk powder
2 tbl
11⁄2 tbl
Bread flour
2 tbl
2 tbl
2 tbl
11⁄2 tbl
Tandaco yeast
1½ tsp
1¼ tsp
450g /
3 cups
Milk powder
Milk powder
560g /
33⁄4 cups
1½ tsp
1¼ tsp
3 tsp
Tandaco yeast
1½ tsp
1¼ tsp

1 tsp
Tandaco yeast
1 tbl
Bread improver
3
Mixed spice
Milk powder
2 tbl
11⁄2 tbl
Tandaco yeast
1½ tsp
1¼ tsp
 ADD AT THE BEEPS:
Glace pear,
chopped
60g / 1⁄3 cup
45g / ¼ cup
Glace ginger,
chopped
60g / ½ cup
30g / ¼ cup
⁄4 tsp
ADD AT THE BEEPS:
Choc Peanuts
55g / 1⁄3 cup
40g / ¼ cup
 ADD AT THE BEEPS:
Choc Raisins
55g / 1⁄3 cup
40g / ¼ cup
Dried apple,
chopped
SETTING: 7 (SWEET) LIGHT/MEDIUM/DARK
40g / ½ cup 20g / ¼ cup
SETTING: 7 (SWEET) LIGHT/MEDIUM/DARK
SETTING: 7 (SWEET) LIGHT/MEDIUM/DARK
⁄4 tsp
 ADD AT THE BEEPS:
Dried banana
chips, crushed
2½ tbl
2 tbl
Banana fruit
bars, chopped
60g /
2½ bars
40g /
2 bars
SETTING: 7 (SWEET) LIGHT/MEDIUM/DARK
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tbl = tablespoon
Abbrevations:
tsp = teaspoon
tbl = tablespoon
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Wholemeal Flavoured Bread
Wholemeal Flavoured Bread continued
The recipes in this section use ingredients such as wholemeal flour, rye flour and other grains or cereals.
The wholewheat setting has been designed with this in mind, providing longer rising times to produce a
loaf of bread lighter in texture and higher in volume.
Fibre Plus Wholemeal Bread
Procedure
50/50 Wholemeal Bread
1. Place ingredients into the bread pan, in the
exact order listed in the recipe.
Bran Flake Bread
INGREDIENTS
1kg
750g
INGREDIENTS
1kg
750g
Water
370ml
310ml
Water
390ml
320ml
Oil
3 tbl
2 tbl
Oil
3 tbl
2 tbl
Salt
2 tsp
1½ tsp
Salt
2 tsp
1½ tsp
3 tbl
2 tbl
Light brown
sugar
4 tbl
3 tbl
Wholemeal
plain flour
300g /
2 cups
225g /
1½ cups
Bread flour
300g /
2 cups
225g /
1½ cup
Gluten flour
2½ tbl
2 tbl
Bread improver
1 tsp
1 tsp
Milk powder
2 tbl
2 tbl
1½ tsp
1¼ tsp
INGREDIENTS
1kg
750g
Water
370ml
300ml
Brown sugar
Oil
3 tbl
2 tbl
Salt
2 tsp
1½ tsp
Wholemeal plain 375g /
flour
2½ cups
300g /
2 cups
Sugar
3 tbl
2 tbl
Bread flour
225g /
1½ cups
150g /
1 cup
Wholemeal
plain flour
300g / 2 cups 225g / 1½ cups
Wheat bran
3 tbl
2 tbl
Bread flour
300g / 2 cups 225g / 1½ cups
Wheat germ
3 tbl
2 tbl
Gluten flour
2 tbl
1½ tbl
Cracked wheat
1½ tbl
1 tbl
Bread
improver
1 tsp
3
Gluten flour
2½ tbl
2 tbl
Bread improver
1 tsp
3
Tandaco yeast
Milk powder
2 tbl
1½ tbl
Milk powder
2 tbl
11⁄2 tbl
 ADD AT THE BEEPS:
1½ tsp
1¼ tsp
Tandaco yeast
1½ tsp
1¼ tsp
8. At the end of the program, press ‘Stop’.
Tandaco
yeast
Bran Flake
cereal
9. Remove bread from bread machine and bread
pan. Cool on rack.
SETTING: 3 (WHOLEWHEAT)
LIGHT/MEDIUM/DARK
2. Wipe spills from outside of bread pan.
3. Lock the bread pan into position in the baking
chamber and close the lid.
4. Press ‘Select’ to access the setting as
specified in the following recipes. Each bread
setting and the dough setting will default to
1KG MEDIUM (crust colour).
5. Press ‘Loaf Size’ to select 750g (0.75KG) if
required.
6. Press ‘Crust’ once for DARK or twice for
LIGHT if required.
7. Press ‘Start’.
⁄4 tsp
⁄4 tsp
SETTING: 3 (WHOLEWHEAT)
LIGHT/MEDIUM/DARK
40g / 2⁄3 cup
30g / ½ cup
SETTING: 3 (WHOLEWHEAT)
LIGHT/MEDIUM/DARK
ADD-IN BEEPS:
The Baker’s Oven ‘beeps’ 8 times at 5 minutes
before the end of the second knead. Extra
ingredients such as fruit, nuts, etc. should be
added at this time.
Ensure the collapsible kneading blade is in the
upright position before adding ingredients.
Note
R17
Abbrevations:
tsp = teaspoon
tbl = tablespoon
Abbrevations:
tsp = teaspoon
tbl = tablespoon
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Wholemeal Flavoured Bread continued
Rapid Bread
Soy & Linseed Bread
Light Rye Bread
The recipes in this section have been developed to produce a loaf of bread similar in volume to that
of bread made on any of the longer bread cycles. Unless otherwise stated, most of the yeasted bread
recipes can be baked on this cycle, however the volume will be slightly reduced and the texture a little
more dense.
INGREDIENTS
1kg
750g
INGREDIENTS
1kg
750g
Water
320ml
270ml
Water
370ml
310ml
Oil
3 tbl
2 tbl
Oil
3 tbl
2 tbl
Golden syrup
2 tbl
1½ tbl
Salt
2 tsp
1½ tsp
Procedure
Salt
2 tsp
1½ tsp
Sugar
2½ tbl
2 tbl
Bread flour
415g /
2¾ cups
300g /
2 cups
Wholemeal plain
flour
300g /
2 cups
225g /
1½ cups
1. Place ingredients into the bread pan, in the
exact order listed in the recipe.
Rye flour
240g /
2 cups
180g /
1½ cups
Bread flour
300g /
2 cups
225g /
1½ cup
3. Lock the bread pan into position in the baking
chamber and close the lid.
Gluten flour
2 tbl
1 tbl
Soy flour
2½ tbl
2 tbl
Bread improver
1 tsp
3
⁄4 tsp
Gluten flour
3 tbl
2 tbl
Milk powder
2 tbl
1½ tbl
Bread improver
1 tsp
3
4. Press ‘Select’ to access the setting as
specified in the following recipes. Each bread
setting and the dough setting will default to
1KG MEDIUM (crust colour).
Tandaco yeast
2 tsp
1½ tsp
Milk powder
2 tbl
11⁄2 tbl
Tandaco yeast
1½ tsp
1¼ tsp
SETTING: 3 (WHOLEWHEAT)
LIGHT/MEDIUM/DARK
⁄4 tsp
 ADD AT THE BEEPS:
Linseeds
2½ tbl
2 tbl
Soy Grits
2½ tbl
2 tbl
SETTING: 3 (WHOLEWHEAT)
LIGHT/MEDIUM/DARK
2. Wipe spills from outside of bread pan.
5. Press ‘Loaf Size’ to select 750g (0.75KG) if
required.
6. Press ‘Crust’ once for DARK or twice for
LIGHT if required.
7. Press ‘Start’.
8. At the end of the program, press ‘Stop’.
9. Remove bread from bread machine and bread
pan. Cool on rack.
Ensure the collapsible kneading blade is in the
upright position before adding ingredients.
Note
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tsp = teaspoon
tbl = tablespoon
Abbrevations:
tsp = teaspoon
tbl = tablespoon
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Rapid Bread continued
Rapid Bread continued
Sequence for ‘BASIC RAPID’ setting:
setting:
SIZE
1kg
750g
CRUST
1ST
2ND
1ST
KNEAD KNEAD RISE
PUNCH 2ND
DOWN RISE
PUNCH 3RD
DOWN RISE
BAKE TOTAL
TIME TIME
CRUST
1ST
2ND
1ST
KNEAD KNEAD RISE
LIGHT
3 min
18 min 15 min 10
secs
10 min 12
secs
32 min 42
min
2hr
00min
LIGHT
3 min
18 min 26 min 10
secs
16 min 6 secs 58 min 45
min
2hr
46min
MEDIUM
3 min
18 min 15 min 10
secs
10 min 12
secs
32 min 50
min
2hr
08min
MEDIUM
3 min
18 min 26 min 10
secs
16 min 6 secs 58 min 50
min
2hr
51min
DARK
3 min
18 min 15 min 10
secs
10 min 12
secs
32 min 54
min
2hr
12min
DARK
3 min
18 min 26 min 10
secs
16 min 6 secs 58 min 57
min
2hr
58min
LIGHT
3 min
18 min 15 min 10
secs
10 min 12
secs
32 min 37
min
1hr
55min
LIGHT
3 min
18 min 26 min 10
secs
16 min 6 secs 58 min 40
min
2hr
41min
MEDIUM
3 min
18 min 15 min 10
secs
10 min 12
secs
32 min 45
min
2hr
03min
MEDIUM
3 min
18 min 26 min 10
secs
16 min 6 secs 58 min 45
min
2hr
46min
DARK
3 min
18 min 15 min 10
secs
10 min 12
secs
32 min 49
min
2hr
07min
DARK
3 min
18 min 26 min 10
secs
16 min 6 secs 58 min 52
min
2hr
53min
SIZE
1kg
750g
PUNCH 2ND
DOWN RISE
PUNCH 3RD
DOWN RISE
BAKE TOTAL
TIME TIME
ADD-IN BEEPS:
The Baker’s Oven ‘beeps’ 8 times at 5 minutes before the end of the second knead. Extra ingredients
such as fruit, nuts, etc. should be added at this time.
ADD-IN BEEPS:
The Baker’s Oven ‘beeps’ 8 times at 5 minutes before the end of the second knead. Extra ingredients
such as fruit, nuts, etc. should be added at this time.
Basic White Loaf
100% WholeMEAL Bread
INGREDIENTS
1kg
750g
INGREDIENTS
1kg
750g
Water
340ml
290ml
Water
340ml
300ml
Oil
3 tbl
2 tbl
Oil
2 tbl
1½ tbl
Salt
2 tsp
1½ tsp
Salt
1½ tsp
1 tsp
Sugar
2½ tbl
2 tbl
Sugar
3 tbl
2½ tbl
Bread flour
650g /
43⁄4 cups
450g /
3 cups
Wholemeal plain
flour
600g /
4 cups
450g /
3 cups
Bread improver
1 tsp
3
⁄4 tsp
Gluten flour
3 tbl
2 tbl
Milk powder
2½ tbl
2 tbl
Bread improver
1 tsp
3
Tandaco yeast
2¼ tsp
2 tsp
Milk powder
2½ tbl
2 tbl
Tandaco yeast
2¼ tsp
2 tsp
SETTING: 2 (BASIC RAPID)
LIGHT/MEDIUM/DARK
SETTING: 4 (WHOLEWHEAT RAPID)
LIGHT/MEDIUM/DARK
Sequence for ‘WHOLEWHEAT RAPID’
R21
Abbrevations:
tsp = teaspoon
⁄4 tsp
tbl = tablespoon
Abbrevations:
tsp = teaspoon
tbl = tablespoon
R22
Dough
Dough continued
Procedure
1. Place ingredients into the bread pan, in the
exact order listed in the recipe.
To make a master dough:
White Bread Dough
Wholemeal Dough
Multigrain Dough
INGREDIENTS
1kg
750g
INGREDIENTS
1kg
750g
INGREDIENTS
1kg
750g
Water
310ml
250ml
Water
320ml
250ml
Full cream
milk, scalded &
cooled
350ml
260ml
Oil
2 tbl
1½ tbl
Oil
2 tbl
1½ tbl
Salt
1 tsp
¾ tsp
Salt
1 tsp
¾ tsp
4. Press ‘Select’ to setting 9 (‘DOUGH’).
Egg yolk
1
1
Sugar
2 tbl
1½ tbl
Sugar
2 tbl
1½ tbl
5. Press ‘Loaf Size’ to select 750g (0.75KG) if
required.
Butter or oil
2 tbl
1½ tbl
Wholemeal
plain flour
450g /
3 cups
375g /
2½ cups
Bread flour
300g /
2 cups
225g /
1½ cups
Salt
1 tsp
3
⁄4 tsp
Gluten flour
2 tbl
1½ tbl
1 tbl
1½ tbl
Bread improver
1 tsp
3
Wholemeal plain 150g / 1 cup
flour
115g / ¾ cup
Sugar
Bread flour
560g /
3¾ cups
400g /
22⁄3 cups
Milk powder
2 tbl
1½ tbl
Gluten flour
1 tbl
3 tsp
13⁄4 tsp
¾ tsp
¾ tsp
2¼ tsp
1 tsp
1 tsp
Tandaco yeast
Bread improver
Bread improver
Milk powder
2 tbl
1½ tbl
Tandaco yeast
2¼ tsp
1¾ tsp
Sunflower
seeds
3 tbl
2 tbl
Kibble wheat
3 tbl
2 tbl
Whole linseeds
2 tbl
1½ tbl
2. Wipe spills from outside of bread pan.
3. Lock the bread pan into position in the baking
chamber and close the lid.
6. Press ‘Start’.
7. At the end of the program, press ‘Stop’.
8. Remove bread pan from the baking chamber
and remove dough from the bread pan. Dough
is now ready for hand-shaping, rising and
baking.
SETTING: 9 (DOUGH)
SETTING: 9 (DOUGH)
ADD-IN BEEPS:
Do not sound on the ‘DOUGH’ setting.
Sweet Dough
Ensure the collapsible kneading blade is in the
upright position before adding ingredients.
Note
The weight of the shaped and baked dough will
vary depending on recipe style.
Note
Sequence for ‘Dough’ setting:
SIZE
1ST
2ND
1ST
KNEAD KNEAD RISE
1kg
3 min
27 min 60 min 1hr
30min
750kg
3 min
27 min 60 min 1hr
25min
R23
⁄4 tsp
TOTAL
TIME
Abbrevations:
INGREDIENTS
1kg
750g
Sesame seeds
2 tbl
1½ tbl
Water
290ml
220ml
1 tbl
¾ tbl
Egg, lightly
beaten
1 x 60g
1 x 60g
Cracked
buckwheat
Tandaco yeast
2¼ tsp
13⁄4 tsp
Butter or oil
2 tbl
1 tbl
Salt
1 tsp
¾ tsp
Sugar
2 tbl
1½ tbl
Bread flour
525g /
3½ cups
400g /
22⁄3 cups
Milk powder
3 tbl
2 tbl
Bread improver
1 tsp
¾ tsp
Tandaco yeast
2¼ tsp
1¾ tsp
SETTING: 9 (DOUGH)
SETTING: 9 (DOUGH)
tsp = teaspoon
tbl = tablespoon
Abbrevations:
tsp = teaspoon
tbl = tablespoon
R24
Dough continued
Dough continued
Shaping ideas for master doughs:
Wholewheat Honey Rolls
Apple Twist
Bread Rolls
1. Replace the sugar in the Wholemeal Dough
with honey.
1. Take a 1kg quantity of Sweet Dough.
1. Take a quantity of one of the Master Dough
recipes.
2. Divide 1kg dough into quantity into 16 equal
pieces (or the 750g dough quantity into 12
equal pieces). Knead each piece and shape
into a round.
3. Place rolls together on a lightly greased baking
tray.
4. Cover rolls with lightly greased plastic food
wrap and stand in a warm area for 30 minutes
or until doubled in size.
5. Remove wrap, brush tops of rolls with milk.
6. Bake in a preheated oven at 200ºC for 12-15
minutes or until cooked and golden brown.
Sticky Cinnamon Rolls
2. Roll dough out to a 40cm x 38cm square.
Melt 3 tablespoons of butter. Brush half over
dough. Combine 4 tablespoons brown sugar,
70g / ½ cup finely chopped pecan nuts with
1½ tablespoons ground cinnamon and sprinkle
over rolled out dough.
3. Drizzle remaining melted butter over sugar
mixture. Roll up widthwise and cut into 2cm
thick slices.
4. Place on a lightly greased baking tray, 5cm
apart. Cover with lightly greased plastic food
wrap and stand in a warm area for 20 minutes
or until doubled in size. Remove wrap.
5. Bake in a preheated oven at 180ºC for 25-30
minutes or until golden brown. Brush with
Gelatine Glaze (recipe on page R43) whilst still
hot, then drizzle with Vanilla Glaze (recipe on
page R43).
Abbrevations:
3. Place rolls close together on a lightly greased
baking tray.
4. Cover rolls with lightly greased plastic food
wrap and stand in a warm area for 50-60
minutes or until doubled in size.
5. Remove wrap, brush tops of rolls with milk.
6. Bake in a preheated oven at 200ºC for 12-15
minutes or until cooked and golden brown.
Brush with Gelatine Glaze (recipe on page R43)
while still hot, if desired.
Doughnuts
1. Take a quantity of Sweet Dough (either 1kg or
750g).
1. Take a 1kg quantity of Sweet Dough.
R25
2. Divide completed 1kg dough into 16 equal
pieces (or the 750g into 12 equal pieces).
Knead each piece and shape into rounds.
2. Turn out onto a lightly floured surface and roll
out to 1 cm thickness. Cut into 5.5cm rounds,
using a pastry cutter.
3. Place a teaspoon of strawberry jam on half
the rounds, top with remaining rounds. Press
edges together with fingers and place onto
greased trays. Cover loosely with lightly
greased plastic food wrap and stand in a warm
area until doubled in size. Remove wrap.
4. Cook doughnuts in hot oil, a few at a time until
golden brown and cooked through. Drain on
absorbent paper. Combine ½ cup sugar with
1 tablespoon of ground cinnamon. Toss hot
Doughnuts in sugar mixture. Serve warm.
tsp = teaspoon
2. Roll dough out into a 30cm x 50cm rectangle.
Cut into 4 strips lengthwise.
3. Combine 300g can of pie apples, 1⁄3 cup mixed
dried fruit and 1⁄3 cup desiccated coconut,
then spoon mixture equally down the centre of
each strip. Fold each strip in half lengthwise,
over the mixture, and seal edges by pressing
together. Roll into a sausage shape.
4. Twist 2 shapes together, secure the ends and
place on a greased baking tray. Repeat with
remaining shapes.
5. Cover loosely with lightly greased plastic food
wrap and stand in a warm area for 20 minutes
or until doubled in size. Remove plastic food
wrap.
6. Bake in a preheated oven at 180ºC for 20-25
minutes or until golden brown.
7. Slide apple twists onto a wire rack. Brush
with Gelatine Glaze (recipe on page R43)
whilst still hot. Stand for 5-10 minutes before
serving.
Hot Cross Buns
1. Include 1 tablespoon of ground cinnamon and
1 tablespoon ground mixed spice with dry
ingredients when making 1kg Sweet Dough
recipe.
2. Remove dough at completion of cycle, knead
in 150g / 1cup sultanas and 45g / ¼ cup
mixed peel.
3. Divide dough into 18 pieces and shape into
rounds. Place close together on a lightly
greased baking tray.
4. Cover loosely with lightly greased plastic food
wrap and leave to stand in a warm area for 20
minutes or until doubled in size.
tbl = tablespoon
Abbrevations:
5. Blend together 2 tablespoons of water and
40g / ¼ cup plain flour until a smooth batter
is formed. Spoon into a piping bag fitted with
a small piping nozzle. Remove wrap from rolls
and pipe a cross onto each bun.
6. Bake in a preheated oven 190ºC for 15-20
minutes or until golden brown.
7. Slide buns from baking tray onto a wire rack.
If desired, brush Hot Cross Bun Glaze (recipe
on page R43) over hot buns. Stand for 5-10
minutes before serving.
Ham & Pickle Rolls
1. Roll out a 750g quantity of Multigrain Dough
into a rectangle shape approximately 25cm x
40cm. Measure half way across the width of
the rectangle then use a knife to lightly score
down the entire length of the dough.
2. Spread 3 tablespoons of mustard pickles over
one half of the dough, then top with 3 slices
finely sliced ham.
3. Roll up the filled side of the dough lengthwise,
like a Swiss Roll, to encase the filling. Turn
dough over and repeat with the same quantity
of mustard pickles and ham on the opposite
half of the dough. Then roll in the same
manner to reach the first roll and form a
double scroll.
4. Trim the ends then cut into 2.5cm slices.
Place slices, cut side upwards, onto a lightly
greased baking tray.
5. Cover loosely with lightly greased plastic food
wrap and allow to stand in a warm area until
doubled in size. Remove wrap. Brush with
milk.
6. Bake at 190ºC for 20-25 minutes or until
cooked and golden brown.
tsp = teaspoon
tbl = tablespoon
R26
Dough continued
Dough continued
Pizza & Focaccia Doughs
Focaccia DOUGH
Pizza Dough
The ‘Dough’ setting is suitable to use for all your
favourite pizza and focaccia recipes.
INGREDIENTS
1kg
750g
INGREDIENTS
1kg
750g
Water
325ml
250ml
Water
325ml
250ml
Procedure
Olive oil
2 tbl
1½ tbl
Olive oil
2 tbl
2 tbl
1. Place ingredients into the bread pan, in the
exact order listed in the recipe.
Salt
1½ tsp
1 tsp
Salt
1½ tsp
1 tsp
Bread flour
600g / 4 cups
450g / 3 cups
Sugar
3 tsp
2 tsp
2. Wipe spills from outside of bread pan.
Tandaco
yeast
2½ tsp
2 tsp
Bread flour
600g / 4 cups
450g / 3 cups
Tandaco
yeast
2½ tsp
2 tsp
3. Lock the bread pan into position in the baking
chamber and close the lid.
SETTING: 9 (DOUGH)
SETTING: 9 (DOUGH)
4. Press ‘SELECT’ to setting 9 (‘DOUGH’).
5. Press ‘LOAF SIZE’ to select 750g (0.75KG) if
required.
6. Press ‘START’. For a softer more pliable
texture remove pizza or focaccia dough from
the bread pan 30 minutes before completion
of the ‘DOUGH’ setting.
7. Press ‘STOP’. The Dough is now ready for
hand-shaping and baking
Ensure the collapsible kneading blade is in the
upright position before adding ingredients.
Note
Suggested toppings:
Tomato paste, mushrooms, capsicums, onions,
tomatoes, capers, pineapple pieces, olives, herbs,
salami, ham, anchovies, sardines, cheese (i.e.
grated Mozzarella, Parmesan).
Handshaping
1. Roll 1kg pizza dough on a lightly floured
surface into 2 x 25cm rounds for a thick based
pizza or into 4 x 20cm rounds for thinner
based pizzas. The 750g pizza quantity can be
used for smaller sized pizzas.
2. Place onto a lightly greased baking tray.
Spread or sprinkle pizza with selected pizza
toppings.
3. Bake in a preheated oven at 200ºC for 12-15
minutes or until base is cooked and topping
heated through.
Suggested toppings:
Olive oil, herbs, rock salt, sliced black olives.
Handshaping
For thick Focaccia:
1. Divide a 1kg Focaccia dough quantity into two.
Knead and press each half into two lightly
greased 20cm x 30cm lamington pans.
2. Loosely cover with lightly greased plastic food
wrap and stand in a warm area for 30 minutes
or until doubled in size.
3. Remove wrap, brush dough with olive oil and
sprinkle with herbs or rock salt and olives.
4. Bake in a preheated oven at 200ºC for 25-30
minutes or until golden brown.
For a thinner Focaccia:
1. Roll a 750g focaccia dough quantity on a
lightly greased baking tray until 2cm thick.
Prepare as for a thick Focaccia.
R27
Abbrevations:
tsp = teaspoon
tbl = tablespoon
Abbrevations:
tsp = teaspoon
tbl = tablespoon
R28
Yeast Free & Muffin Bread
Yeast Free & Muffin Bread continued
Yeast Free Bread is a simple bread and is made
using baking powder as the main raising agent (it
does not have the same strength as yeast).
Procedure
The following recipes will give Damper or MuffinStyle Breads, which will be heavy in texture and
not as highly risen as yeasted breads.
2. Sift dry ingredients together and add to bread
pan.
To ensure a well baked loaf is achieved, check the
dough in the first five minutes of kneading.
If the dough is too slack and running down onto
the base of the pan, add small amounts of flour
or bread mix to ensure the dough forms into
a round ball. If the dough is too slack it may
give the baked loaf the appearance of being
overcooked or laminated on the base and having
a heavy, doughy top. If the dough is too dry just
add 1-2 teaspoons of water extra. All recipes
use local ingredients and Australian Standard
Metric measuring tools (cup, spoons and weighing
scales) for accuracy. There will be a weight
variance in each baked loaf in this section.
The ‘Preset Timer’ should not be used for
recipes in this section. The raising agents
used in place of yeast in these recipes could
be prematurely activated and prevent the loaf
from rising.
Note
All ingredients should be at room temperature.
Add ingredients in the order listed in the
recipe.
Sequence for ‘YEAST FREE’ setting:
1. Add liquid ingredients to bread pan.
3. Wipe spills from outside of bread pan. Lock
bread pan into baking chamber.
4. Press ‘Select’ button to setting 8 (‘YEAST
FREE’). The setting will default to 1KG MEDIUM
(crust colour).
SIZE
1kg
750g
5. Press ‘Loaf Size’ to select 750g (0.75KG) if
required.
6. Press ‘Crust’ once for DARK or twice for
LIGHT if required.
7. Press ‘Start’.
8. With machine still running, use a plastic
spatula to scrape mixture from the sides,
corners and base of bread pan, and add
additions if applicable.
9. After ingredients have mixed together well,
close the lid and leave the bread machine to
complete the program.
CRUST
1ST KNEAD
2ND KNEAD
BAKE TIME
TOTAL TIME
LIGHT
3min
7min
90min*
1hr 40min*
MEDIUM
3min
7min
90min
1hr 40min
DARK
3min
7min
95min
1hr 45min
LIGHT
3min
7min
85min*
1hr 25min*
MEDIUM
3min
7min
85min
1hr 25min
DARK
3min
7min
90min
1hr 30min
* Baking temperature is lower.
ADD-IN BEEPS:
Do not sound on the ‘YEAST FREE’ setting.
Plain White Damper
Plain Wholemeal Damper
LIQUID
INGREDIENTS
1kg
750g
LIQUID
INGREDIENTS
1kg
750g
Water
375ml
270ml
Water
390ml
310ml
Oil
1½ tbl
1 tbl
Oil
1½ tbl
1 tbl
Wholemeal
plain flour
375g /
2½ cups
300g /
2 cups
190g /
1¼ cups
150g /
1 cup
10. After baking, press ‘Stop’.
dry ingredients
11. Remove bread from bread machine and bread
pan. Cool on rack.
White bread
flour
560g /
3¾ cups
450g /
3 cups
Bread improver
1¼ tsp
1 tsp
Sugar
2½ tsp
2 tsp
White bread
flour
Salt
¾ tsp
½ tsp
Bread improver 1¼ tsp
1 tsp
Milk powder
2½ tsp
2 tsp
Sugar
2½ tsp
2 tsp
Baking powder
2 tbl
1½ tbl
Salt
¾ tsp
½ tsp
Milk powder
2½ tsp
2 tsp
Ensure the collapsible kneading blade is in the
upright position before adding ingredients.
Note
Note
SETTING: 8 (YEAST FREE)
dry
ingredients
Baking powder 2 tbl
1½ tbl
SETTING: 8 (YEAST FREE)
R29
Abbrevations:
tsp = teaspoon
tbl = tablespoon
Abbrevations:
tsp = teaspoon
tbl = tablespoon
R30
Yeast Free & Muffin Bread continued
Yeast Free & Muffin Bread continued
White Bread Mix Damper
Orange Sweet Potato Bread
Cheese & Spring Vegetable Bread
CurrAnt Malted Spice Bread
Liquid
INGREDIENTS
1kg
750g
Liquid
INGREDIENTS
1kg
750g
Liquid
INGREDIENTS
1kg
750g
Liquid
INGREDIENTS
1kg
750g
Water
375ml
270ml
Water
375ml
270ml
Buttermilk
225ml
175ml
Water
250ml
190ml
Oil
1½ tbl
1 tbl
Oil
1½ tbl
1 tbl
Golden syrup
3 tbl
2 tbl
Oil
1½ tbl
1 tbl
Orange sweet
potato, cooked,
mashed,
drained
310g /
1¼ cups
250g /
1 cup
dry INGREDIENTS
1½ tbl
1 tbl
dry
INGREDIENTS
dry INGREDIENTS
White bread
mix
560g /
3¾ cups
450g /
3 cups
Baking
powder
2 tbl
1½ tbl
SETTING: 8 (YEAST FREE)
Wholemeal Bread Mix Damper
liquid
INGREDIENTS
1kg
750g
Water
375ml
270ml
Oil
1½ tbl
1 tbl
dry
INGREDIENTS
White bread
flour
560g /
3¾ cups
450g /
3 cups
Bread improver
1¼ tsp
2 tsp
Sugar
2½ tsp
½ tsp
Salt
3
⁄4 tsp
½ tsp
White bread
flour
375g /
2½ cups
300g /
2 cups
Spring vegetable 60g / 1½ tbl
soup mix
40g / 1 tbl
Bread improver
1¼ tsp
1 tsp
Milk powder
2½ tsp
2 tsp
Salt
3
⁄4 tsp
½ tsp
Baking powder
ADDitions:
2 tbl
1½ tbl
Baking powder
2 tbl
1½ tbl
Grated Cheddar
cheese
80g / ¾ cup
SETTING: 8 (YEAST FREE)
Wholemeal
bread mix
375g /
2½ cups
300g /
2 cups
White bread
mix
190g /
1¼ cups
150g /
1 cup
Baking
powder
2 tbl
1½ tbl
dry INGREDIENTS
65g / ½ cup
SETTING: 8 (YEAST FREE)
Passionfruit Butter Bread
Liquid
INGREDIENTS
1kg
750g
Water
250ml
200ml
Passionfruit in
syrup (170g can)
1½ cans
1 can
Self-raising flour
560g /
3¾ cups
450g /
3 cups
Bread improver
1¼ tsp
1 tsp
Light brown
sugar
1½ tbl
1 tbl
Baking powder
3 tsp
2 tsp
Liquid malt
Self-raising flour 560g /
3¾ cups
450g /
3 cups
Bread improver
1¼ tsp
1 tsp
Dark brown
sugar
1
⁄3 cup
¼ cup
Mixed spice
1 tbl
3 tsp
Baking powder
ADDitions:
2½ tsp
2 tsp
Currants
75g / ½ cup
50g / 1⁄3 cup
SETTING: 8 (YEAST FREE)
dry INGREDIENTS
SETTING: 8 (YEAST FREE)
SETTING: 8 (YEAST FREE)
R31
Abbrevations:
tsp = teaspoon
tbl = tablespoon
Abbrevations:
tsp = teaspoon
tbl = tablespoon
R32
Gluten Free Bread
Gluten Free Bread continued
Making gluten free bread is different from
traditional baking, therefore it is important to
carefully read the following information:
Your Breville Baker’s Oven will make delicious
Gluten Free Bread with ease. The following recipes
have been developed without using any grains or
ingredients that contain gluten. Therefore, these
recipes are suitable for people with specific food
allergies or intolerances.
All recipes use local ingredients and Australian
Standard Metric measuring tools (cup, spoons
and weighing scales) for accuracy. The weight of
the baked bread in this section will be more than
that of the Wheat Bread, due to the ingredient
properties used in each recipe.
• Always use the ingredients specified in
recipes for successful gluten free baking. For
information on the suitability and availability
of gluten free ingredients contact the Coeliac
Society in your state.
• Ensure that the flour is gluten free. Buy it from a
reliable source to ensure freshness.
• Check with the yeast manufacturer to ensure
that the yeast is gluten free. Only use active dry
yeast when making these recipes.
• Ensure that the vinegar used is gluten free.
Vinegar helps strengthen the dough.
• Guar and Xanthan gums are available from
health food stores.
• Guar Gum is a powdery substance with a similar
function to Xanthan Gum. It is high in fibre and
can sometimes have a laxative effect on people
with sensitive digestive systems. Guar gum is
food additive 412.
• Xanthan Gum is a fine creamy white powder.
It acts as a substitute for gluten and gives
structure to the dough so that it can rise.
Xanthan Gum is food additive number 415.
• Lactose Intolerance: the milk powder may be
substituted with a soy milk powder but may
result in a heavier loaf. Coconut powder can
also be used as a substitute and will give a
pleasant flavour.
• Follow the directions for each recipe carefully.
As the preparation is different from automatic
bread making, the Preset Timer cannot be used
when making these recipes.
Abbrevations:
SIZE
1kg
750g
Procedure
1. Mix liquid ingredients together in a bowl. (Do
not use an electric mixer or a whisk as this
will aerate the mixture.)
CRUST
1ST KNEAD
2ND KNEAD
1ST RISE
BAKE TIME
TOTAL TIME
LIGHT
3 min
17 min
50 min
45 min
1hr 55min
MEDIUM
3 min
17 min
50 min
55 min
2hr 05min
DARK
3 min
17 min
50 min
65 min
2hr 15min
LIGHT
3 min
17 min
50 min
40 min
1hr 50min
MEDIUM
3 min
17 min
50 min
50 min
2hr 00min
DARK
3 min
17 min
50 min
60 min
2hr 10min
Gluten Free Country Style Bread
2. Mix dry ingredients together in a large bowl.
Do not sift.
LIQUID
INGREDIENTS
1kg
750g
3. Use a pliable spatula to combine the liquid and
dry ingredients. Mix to a soft dough ensuring
all ingredients are well combined. Fold in
additions, if applicable.
Water
330ml
250ml
Oil
3 tbl
2½ tbl
Eggs (60g)
3
2
4. Spoon dough into bread pan, pressing down
with a spatula after each spoonful, to eliminate
air bubbles or air pockets. Lock bread pan into
baking chamber.
Cider vinegar
1 tsp
¾ tsp
White rice flour
320g /
2 cups
240g /
1½ cups
Potato flour
220g /
1¼ cups
170g /
1 cup
Soy flour
50g / 1⁄3 cup
40g / ¼ cup
Tapioca flour
(arrowroot)
75g / ½ cup
55g / 1⁄3 cup
Sugar
¼ cup
2½ tbl
Salt
1½ tsp
1 tsp
Milk powder
½ cup
1
5. Press ‘SELECT’ button to setting 5 (GLUTEN
FREE). The setting will default to 1KG MEDIUM
(crust colour).
6. Press ‘LOAF SIZE’ to select 750g (0.75KG) if
required.
7. Press ‘CRUST’ once for DARK or twice for
LIGHT if required.
8. Press ‘START’.
9. After baking, press ‘STOP’.
10. Remove bread from bread machine and bread
pan. Cool on rack.
Ensure the collapsible kneading blade is in the
upright position before adding ingredients.
Note
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Sequence for ‘GLUTEN FREE’ setting:
tsp = teaspoon
tbl = tablespoon
DRY INGREDIENTS
⁄3 cup
Guar or Xanthan 1 tbl
Gum
¾ tbl
Tandaco yeast
1½ tsp
2 tsp
SETTING: 5 (GLUTEN FREE)
LIGHT/MEDIUM/DARK
Abbrevations:
tsp = teaspoon
tbl = tablespoon
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Gluten Free Bread continued
Gluten Free Wholesome Seed Bread
Gluten Free Bread continued
Gluten Free Spicy Sultana Bread
Gluten Free Cheesy Cheddar Bread
LIQUID
INGREDIENTS
1kg
750g
LIQUID
INGREDIENTS
1kg
750g
LIQUID
INGREDIENTS
1kg
750g
Water
330ml
250ml
Water
330ml
250ml
Water
330ml
250ml
Olive oil
3 tbl
2½ tbl
Olive oil
3 tbl
2½ tbl
Olive oil
1½ tbl
1 tbl
Eggs (60g)
3
2
Eggs (60g)
3
2
Eggs (60g)
3
2
Cider vinegar
1 tsp
¾ tsp
Cider vinegar
1 tsp
¾ tsp
Cider vinegar
1 tsp
¾ tsp
DRY INGREDIENTS
DRY INGREDIENTS
DRY INGREDIENTS
Brown rice
flour
320g /
2 cups
240g /
1½ cups
Brown rice flour
320g /
2 cups
240g /
1½ cups
White rice
320g /
2 cups
240g /
1½ cups
Potato flour
220g /
1¼ cups
170g /
1 cup
Potato flour
220g /
1¼ cups
170g /
1 cup
Potato flour
220g /
1¼ cups
170g /
1 cup
Soy flour
50g / 1⁄3 cup
40g / ¼ cup
Soy flour
50g / 1⁄3 cup
40g / ¼ cup
Soy flour
50g / 1⁄3 cup
40g / ¼ cup
Tapioca flour
(arrowroot)
75g / ½ cup
55g / 1⁄3 cup
Tapioca flour
(arrowroot)
75g / ½ cup
55g / 1⁄3 cup
Tapioca flour
(arrowroot)
75g / ½ cup
55g / 1⁄3 cup
Dark brown
sugar
¼ cup
2½ tbl
Light brown
sugar
¼ cup
2½ tbl
Dark brown
sugar
¼ cup
2½ tbl
Salt
1½ tsp
1 tsp
Salt
1½ tsp
1 tsp
Salt
1½ tsp
1 tsp
Milk powder
½ cup
1
⁄3 cup
Milk powder
½ cup
1
⁄3 cup
Milk powder
½ cup
1
Guar or Xanthan 1 tbl
Gum
¾ tbl
Guar or Xanthan
Gum
1 tbl
¾ tbl
Guar or Xanthan 1 tbl
Gum
¾ tbl
LSA mix,
(Linseed,
Sunflower &
Almond)
2 tbl
Mixed spice
2 tbl
1½ tbl
2 tsp
1½ tsp
Tandaco yeast
ADDITIONS:
2 tsp
1½ tsp
Tandaco yeast
ADDITIONS:
130g / 1 cup
100g / ¾ cup
Sultanas
100g / ⁄3 cup 75g / ½ cup
Cheddar cheese,
grated
¼ cup
Carraway or
Cumin seeds
2 tbl
Tandaco yeast
2 tsp
1½ tbl
1½ tsp
SETTING: 5 (GLUTEN FREE)
LIGHT/MEDIUM/DARK
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2
SETTING: 5 (GLUTEN FREE)
LIGHT/MEDIUM/DARK
⁄3 cup
SETTING: 5 (GLUTEN FREE)
LIGHT/MEDIUM/DARK
VARIATION:
Substitute sultanas with other dried fruit, chopped to
a suitable size such as raisins, dates, apricots, etc.
Abbrevations:
tsp = teaspoon
tbl = tablespoon
Abbrevations:
tsp = teaspoon
tbl = tablespoon
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Prepackaged Bread Mixes
These convenient Bread Mixes are available
nationally in supermarkets and at some bulk
outlets. They are available in various sized
packaging and should not be confused with Bread
Flour. Bread mixes contain high protein bread
flour, sugar, salt, milk powder, oil and other
ingredients such as bread improvers.
Usually only the addition of water and yeast is
necessary, however some results are improved by
adding extra oil.
All recipes use local ingredients and Australian
Standard Metric measuring tools (cups, spoons
and weighing scales) for accuracy. The weight
of the bread in this section may vary compared
to settings used. This is due to properties of the
bread mixes. Recipes were tested with bread mix
milled just before the printing of this book.
Properties of the bread mixes can alter on
a seasonal or storage basis, so it may be
necessary to adjust the water and flour ratio.
Check the dough in the first ten minutes of
kneading by opening the lid – if the dough is
too dry add 1-2 teaspoons of water extra, if the
dough is too sticky add up to a tablespoon of
bread mix extra. The dough should be forming
into a smooth round ball.
Note
If a brand of bread mix is not listed in this book,
use one of the corresponding type of Bread Mix
Recipes as a guide.
Prepackaged Bread Mixes continued
Procedure
White prepackaged bread mixes
1. Place ingredients into the bread pan, in the
exact order listed in the recipe.
2. Wipe spills from outside of bread pan.
Defiance White Bread Mix
Defiance CRUSTY White Bread Mix
3. Lock the bread pan into position in the baking
chamber and close the lid.
INGREDIENTS
1kg
750g
INGREDIENTS
1kg
750g
Water
350ml
315ml
Water
350ml
300ml
4. Press ‘Select’ to the setting as specified in
the following recipes.
Bread mix
600g /
4 cups
500g /
33⁄4 cups
Bread mix
600g /
4 cups
500g /
33⁄4 cups
5. Press ‘Loaf Size’ to select 750g (0.75KG) if
required.
Defiance yeast
2 tsp
13⁄4 tsp
Defiance yeast
2 tsp
11⁄2 tsp
SETTING: 1 (BASIC) LIGHT/MEDIUM/DARK
SETTING: 1 (BASIC) LIGHT/MEDIUM/DARK
6. Press ‘CRUST’ once for DARK or twice for
LIGHT if required.
7. Press ‘Start’.
Laucke Crusty White Bread Mix
8. At the end of the program, press ‘Stop’.
9. Remove bread from the baking chamber. Cool
on rack.
Ensure the collapsible kneading blade is in the
upright position before adding ingredients.
Laucke Super Soft White Bread Mix
INGREDIENTS
1kg
750g
INGREDIENTS
1kg
750g
Water
415ml
310ml
Water
400ml
300ml
Bread mix
600g / 4 cups 450g / 3 cups
Bread mix
600g / 4 cups 450g / 3 cups
Laucke yeast
1 tsp
Laucke yeast
1 tsp
⁄4 tsp
3
SETTING: 6 (FRENCH) LIGHT/MEDIUM/DARK
13⁄4 tsp
SETTING: 1 (FRENCH) LIGHT/MEDIUM/DARK
Note
‘Basic’ or ‘Basic Rapid’ settings can be used
for white bread mix recipes. However, loaves
baked on the ‘Basic Rapid’ will not be as
highly risen as those baked on the ‘BASIC’
setting. Add 1⁄4 tsp extra yeast when using a
Rapid setting, if desired.
Note
A lighter textured bread can be achieved by
using the ‘BASIC BREAD’ setting for grain bread
mix recipes. Also substituting a tablespoon of
water with a tablespoon of oil will give a more
tender crumb and a browner, crisper crust.
KITCHEN COLLECTION WHITE
BREAD MIX
INGREDIENTS
1kg
750g
Water
350ml
300ml
Bread mix
600g /
4 cups
500g /
31⁄3 cups
Kitchen
21⁄4 tsp
Collection yeast
2 tsp
SETTING: 1 (BASIC) LIGHT/MEDIUM/DARK
Tip
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Abbrevations:
tsp = teaspoon
tbl = tablespoon
Abbrevations:
tsp = teaspoon
tbl = tablespoon
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Prepackaged Bread Mixes continued
Prepackaged Bread Mixes continued
GRAIN prepackaged bread mixes
WHOLEMEAL prepackaged bread mixes
KITCHEN COLLECTION Wholemeal
Bread Mix
Laucke BIO-FORT Golden
Wholemeal Bread Mix
DEFIANCE GRAIN BREAD MIX
INGREDIENTS
1kg
750g
Water
375ml
320ml
INGREDIENTS
1kg
750g
INGREDIENTS
1kg
750g
Bread mix
600g /
4 cups
500g /
31⁄3 cups
Water
445ml
330ml
Water
375ml
350ml
Bread mix
2 tsp
11⁄2 tsp
600g /
4 cups
450g /
3 cups
Bread mix
Defiance yeast
600g /
4 cups
500g /
31⁄3 cups
Laucke yeast
1½ tsp
1¼ tsp
Defiance yeast
2¼ tsp
2 tsp
SETTING: 3 (WHOLEWHEAT) LIGHT/MEDIUM/DARK
SETTING: 6 (FRENCH) LIGHT/MEDIUM/DARK
Laucke MULTIGrain SOY & LINSEED
BREAD MIX
Laucke GERMAN GRAIN BREAD MIX
INGREDIENTS
1kg
750g
INGREDIENTS
1kg
750g
Water
460ml
300ml
Water
430ml
320ml
Bread mix
Bread mix
600g /
4 cups
450g /
3 cups
600g /
4 cups
450g /
3 cups
Laucke yeast
1½ tsp
1¼ tsp
Laucke yeast
1½ tsp
1¼ tsp
SETTING: 6 (FRENCH) LIGHT/MEDIUM/DARK
SETTING: 6 (FRENCH) LIGHT/MEDIUM/DARK
KITCHEN COLLECTION GRAIN
BREAD MIX
SETTING: 3 (WHOLEWHEAT) LIGHT/MEDIUM/DARK
KITCHEN COLLECTION SOY & LINSEED
BREAD MIX
RYE prepackaged bread mixes
Laucke SOURDOUGH Rye Bread Mix
INGREDIENTS
1kg
750g
Water
480ml
330ml
Bread mix
600g / 4 cups
450g / 3 cups
Laucke yeast
3
⁄4 tsp
⁄4 tsp
3
SETTING: 6 (FRENCH) LIGHT/MEDIUM/DARK
INGREDIENTS
1kg
750g
INGREDIENTS
1kg
750g
Water
360ml
310ml
Water
360ml
310ml
Bread mix
600g /
4 cups
500g /
31⁄3 cups
Bread mix
600g /
4 cups
500g /
31⁄3 cups
For more information about the Bread Mixes contained in this section, please contact the relevant
number listed below:
Kitchen
Collection yeast
21⁄4 tsp
2 tsp
Kitchen
Collection yeast
21⁄4 tsp
2 tsp
Defiance Bread Mixes: 1800 628 883
SETTING: 3 (WHOLEWHEAT) LIGHT/MEDIUM/DARK
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Abbrevations:
SETTING: 3 (WHOLEWHEAT) LIGHT/MEDIUM/DARK
tsp = teaspoon
tbl = tablespoon
Laucke Bread Mixes: 1300 133 331
Kitchen Collection Bread Mixes: 1800 645 515
Abbrevations:
tsp = teaspoon
tbl = tablespoon
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Just Jam
Just Jam continued
For best results:
Procedure
• Always use the exact amount of sugar, fruit
and Jam Setta. Do not reduce sugar stated in
recipes or use substitutes.
1. With the standard kneading blade in position
inside bread pan, add the ingredients to the
bread pan.
• Use only fresh, ripe fruit for best flavour and
natural pectin level.
2. Wipe spills from outside of the bread pan.
• Remove stems or pits from fruit before slicing.
• Do not puree fruit. Jam should contain pieces
of fruit. Fruit can be chopped with a food
processor, using a pulse action.
• Recipes should not exceed 3½ cups. Weigh fruit
after slicing.
• The gel, texture, flavour, aroma and colour of
the cooled jam may vary when compared to
commercially made jams. The natural pectin,
ripeness, juiciness, etc. of the fruit used will
influence the finished product.
• Due to the natural pectin of some fruits, if
the jam appears to be thickening before the
total cooking time has elapsed and no further
cooking is required, press the ‘STOP’ button
then complete the bottling procedure.
• ‘Jam Setta’ is a jam setting mixture it contains
the ingredient ‘pectin’ which is a naturally
occurring substance found in fresh fruit. It is
this pectin in fruit which when cooked produces
a gel. The addition of ‘Jam Setta’ in our recipes
ensures a thicker setting action occurs. This
product is available at most supermarkets in
50g sachets.
• The ‘Preset Timer’ cannot be use for recipes in
this section.
All recipes use local ingredients and Australian
Standard Metric measuring tools (cup, spoons and
weighing scales) for accuracy.
Preparation of Jars for Jam
3. Lock the bread pan into position in the baking
chamber and close the lid.
4. Press ‘Select’ to setting 10 (‘JAM’).
5. Press ‘Start’.
6. The bread machine will preheat for 15 minutes
before any movement occurs in the pan. After
preheating, the jam will be cooked and mixed
for approximately 50 minutes. The entire cycle
takes 1 hour 5 minutes.
7. The bread machine will ‘beep’ when the
setting is complete.
8. Press ‘Stop’.
9. Use oven mitts to remove the bread pan.
10. Pour the hot jam into warm, dry, sterilised
jars, leaving 1.25cm from the top of the jar.
Seal immediately and label. Jam will thicken
upon cooling and storage.
Soak jars in warm water until label is easy to
remove. Remove any wet cardboard liners from
lids of jars. Wash jars and lids in hot, soapy water.
Rinse well in hot water, do not wipe dry.
Place jars and metal lids onto an oven tray. Place
into a preheated oven 100ºC for 15-20 minutes
or until completely dry. Remove from oven using
oven mitts and use immediately.
It is important that these recipes are measured
accurately, otherwise the ingredients may boil
over, making cleaning difficult.
Two Fruit Marmalade
INGREDIENTS
Oranges, sliced thinly
300g
Lemons, sliced thinly
100g
Sugar
1 cup
Jam Setta
1 tbl
SETTING: 10 (JAM)
PREHEAT
MIX/COOK
TOTAL TIME
15 min
50 min
1hr 05min
Note
Strawberries, hulled & chopped
400g
Sugar
1 cup
Jam Setta
1 tbl
Abbrevations:
tsp = teaspoon
tbl = tablespoon
400g
Sugar
1 cup
Jam Setta
1 tbl
SETTING: 10 (JAM)
Tomato & Pineapple Jam
INGREDIENTS
Tomatoes, peeled, seeded & finely
chopped
250g
Pineapple flesh, finely chopped
150g
Sugar
1 cup
Jam Setta
1 tbl
SETTING: 10 (JAM)
Peaches, seeded & finely chopped
200g
Mango flesh, finely chopped
200g
Sugar
1 cup
Jam Setta
1 tbl
SETTING: 10 (JAM)
Create Your Own Jam Recipes
Kiwifruit Jam
INGREDIENTS
INGREDIENTS
Chopped fruit of your choice
400g
1 cup
Sugar (depending on pectin level of
fruit used)
1-1½ cups
1 tbl
Jam Setta
1 tbl
Kiwifruit, peeled & sliced
400g
Sugar
Jam Setta
SETTING: 10 (JAM)
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Blood plums, peeled, deseeded &
chopped
INGREDIENTS
Strawberry Jam
SETTING: 10 (JAM)
Do not use the collapsible kneading blade
when making jam.
INGREDIENTS
Mango & Peach Jam
INGREDIENTS
Sequence for ‘JAM’ setting:
Plum Jam
SETTING: 10 (JAM)
Abbrevations:
tsp = teaspoon
tbl = tablespoon
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Glazes
Notes
The following Glazes are easy and quick to prepare and will enhance the flavour and appearance of your
breads.
Chocolate Glaze
Gelatine Glaze
2 tablespoons butter or margarine, melted
2
⁄3 cup icing sugar, sifted
1 tablespoon cocoa, sifted
½ teaspoon vanilla essence
2 tablespoons milk
3 tablespoons water
1½ tablespoons sugar
3 teaspoons gelatine
Hot Cross Bun and Brown Bun
Glaze
1. Place ingredients in a small saucepan,
stir over low heat until sugar and gelatine
dissolves.
Procedure
½ cup icing sugar, sifted
¼ teaspoon allspice
¼ teaspoon ground cinnamon
2 tablespoons water
2. Brush over hot bread.
Citrus Glaze
Egg Glaze/Seeds on Top
½ cup icing sugar, sifted
1 teaspoon grated lemon rind
1 teaspoon grated orange rind
2 tablespoons lemon or orange juice
1 x 60g egg, lightly beaten
2-3 tablespoons water
Seeds, for example, poppy, sesame, sunflower,
linseed, etc.
Vanilla Glaze
½ cup icing sugar, sifted
½ teaspoon vanilla essence
2 tablespoons milk
Procedure
Procedure
2. Open the lid 15 minutes before the end of the
baking cycle, brush glaze over bread. Sprinkle
with seeds if desired.
1. Combine egg and water until smooth. Do not
whisk. Strain through a sieve if required.
1. Combine ingredients in a small mixing bowl
and stir until smooth and thin enough to
drizzle.
3. Close the lid and continue baking.
2. After baking, press ‘STOP’. Remove bread
from Baker’s Oven and bread pan. Place on
rack.
3. Coat top of loaf with glaze. Cool on rack.
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Abbrevations:
tsp = teaspoon
tbl = tablespoon
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Notes
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Notes
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