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WARNING: A risk of fire and electrical shock exists in all electrical appliances
and may cause personal injury or death. Please follow all safety instructions.
IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
When using electrical appliances, basic safety precautions should always be followed
of fire, electric shock and injury to persons, including the following:
• Read all instructions
• To protect against
(see instructions
before using the appliance.
electrical
shock do not immerse
cord, plug, or appliance
• Close supervision
Always
is necessary
use oven mitts when handling the hot bread pan or bread.
when this appliance
is used near children.
not for use by children.
• Unplug the unit from outlet when not in use and before cleaning.
removing
in water or other liquid,
for cleaning).
• Do not touch hot surfaces.
• This appliance
to reduce the risk
Allow to cool before attaching
or
parts.
• Avoid touching
moving parts.
• Do not operate the appliance
been dropped
or damaged
center for examination,
• Do not use outdoors.
with a damaged
cord or plug or after the appliance
in any manner. Return the appliance
repair, electrical
or mechanical
• Do not let cord hang over edge of the table or counter
• Do not place on or near hot gas or electric
• To disconnect,
malfunctions,
to the nearest authorized
or has
service
adjustment.
or touch hot surfaces.
burner, or in a heated oven.
grip the plug and pull out from the wall outlet. Never pull on the cord.
• Do not use the appliance
• This product is intended
• Use accessory
for other than the intended
for household
attachments
use.
use only.
only if recommended
by Toastmaster
Inc.
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CAUTION: A short power supply cord is provided to reduce the risk of personal injury resulting from
becoming entangled in or tripping over a longer cord. Extension cords are available from local hardware
stores and may be used if care is exercised in their use. If an extension cord is required, special care
and caution is necessary.Also,
the cord must be (1) marked with an electrical rating of 125V. and at
least 13A., 1625W., and (2) the cord must be arranged so that it will not drape over the countertop or
tabletop where it can be pulled on by children or tripped over accidentally.
ELECTRIC POWER: If electric circuit is overloaded with other appliances,
operate properly. Breadmaker should be operated on a separate electrical
appliances.
your bread maker may not
circuit from other operating
POLARIZED
PLUG: This appliance has a polarized plug (one blade is wider than the other). As a
safety feature to reduce the risk of electric shock, this plug is intended to fit in a polarized outlet only
one way. If the plug does not fit fully in the outlet, reverse the plug. If it still does not fit, contact a
qualified electrician. Do not attempt to defeat this safety feature.
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BEFORE YOUR FIRST USE
Carefully unpack the breadmaker and remove all packaging materials.To
remove any dust that may
have accumulated
during packaging, wipe the bread pan, kneading blade and the outside of the
breadmaker
with a clean, damp cloth. Do not use harsh or abrasive cleaners on any part of the
breadmaker.
Warning:
Do not immerse the cord, plug, bread pan or base in water or other liquid. Do not use metal
scouring pads on any part or parts of the breadmaker because pieces of the pad may break off and
touch electrical parts, creating a risk of electric shock.
Place the bread machine on a dry, stable surface
cooking grease or water may splatter onto it.
After placing the bread pan in the breadmaker,
Plug the breadmaker
away from burners
and away from areas where
move it to the back of the counter,
away from the edge.
into a 120 volt 60 Hz AC only outlet.
IMPORTANT SAFETY TIPS
• Keep the breadmaker
pads are accidentally
• Place the breadmaker
out of the reach of infants and children,
touched,
the operation
especially
while it is hot. If any control
because
steam would not be able to
may stop.
at least 2 inches away from walls.
• Do not cover the breadmaker
with towels or any other material
escape.
• Do not remove the bread pan or insert your hand into the bread pan during operation.
remove the bread pan before operation
breadmaker.
• Unplug unit and allow to cool. Remove
is complete,
any flour, bread crumbs or other materials
the inner case using a damp sponge or cloth or a small, portable
• This breadmaker
vacuum
of the
from the inside of
cleaner.
will bake up to a 1½ pound loaf of bread.
Do not exceed the recommended
not mix or bake correctly
ingredient
and the breadmaker
used for the BAKE settings
is approximately
• Handle the bread pan with care. Remove
capacity
of the breadmaker.
may be damaged.The
3 cups. The maximum
maker bread mixes is 3 cups. The maximum
up on the handle.
If you need to
first press the STOP pad to stop operation
maximum
amount for the DOUGH setting
the bread
amount
of flour to be
amount of prepackaged
pan by turning
Do not turn or shake the bread pan while taking
damaged or bent, the temperature
holders or oven mitts.
If you do so, the bread may
bread-
is 3½ cups flour.
clockwise
and pulling
straight
it out. If the bread pan is
sensor will not work properly. Handle hot bread pan using pot
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
IMPORTANT
SAFEGUARDS
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BEFOREYOUR
FIRST USE .......................................................
BREADMAKER
INTRODUCTION
• Basic features
• Program
............................................................
specification
• Parts and functions
• Control panel
INSTALLATION
HOWTO
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PRECAUTIONS
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7
8
10~11
12
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• Yeast
6~9
9
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INGREDIENTS
4
6
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AND SAFETY
CLEAN
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3
13~15
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13
• Flour ..................................................................
13
• Fat ...................................................................
14
• Liquids
14
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• Lemon Juice ............................................................
15
• Cinnamon
15
and Garlic
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• Salt ...................................................................
15
• Substitutes
15
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• Bread Mixes
OPERATION
............................................................
16
...............................................................
17~21
• Programming
(Basic, Whole Wheat,
• Programming
the Delay Timer
• Programming
Sweet and Whole Wheat Breads
• Programming
Dough ......................................................
21
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21
• Baking Control
• Crust Treatments
CUTTING
AND STORING
COOKBOOK
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17~19
19
20
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21
YEAST
22
PRODUCTS
GUIDE (RECIPES)
• Breads
French and Rapid Bread) ....................
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23~60
.............................................................
25~42
• Doughs .............................................................
43~60
BEFORE
REQUESTING
• Problems
• Service
SERVICE
and Solutions
Information
• Before Requesting
• Questions
SPECIFICATIONS
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Service
and Answers
• Display Signals
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61~65
61
61
62~63
64
65
65
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II Basic Features
PROGRAM SELECT
The PROGRAM SELECT button will let you choose six different programs;
- Bread, Sweet, Whole Wheat, French, Rapid and Dough.
The Sweet Program and WholeWheat Bread Program contains an audible 4 beeps
signal which sour_s 5 minutes before the end of second kneading.
This tells you to add the additional ingredients (i.e. raisins, nuts) required in the specialty bread recipes.
When the bread is done, the beeper sounds 8 times and [:HI is displayed on display board.
• Basic Program .............................. Simply put the measured ingredients into the bread pan and press
8 times indicating that the bread is done.
the START pad. After 3 hours and 40 minutes, the beeper sounds
• Sweet Bread Program ................. This program worksbest if a recipe is high in sugar or fat (2 tbsp) or
complete: This cycle con_ins an audible signal (4 beeps) which sounds
after about
minutes
into the program.The
display
will
read 3:2i.
Thisto
bums
easily19
(eggs
or cheese)_The
_ycle_takes
3 hours
and40
minutes
is when you add the additional ingredien_ (i.e. raisins, nuts).
• Whole Wheat Bread Program ..... if a recipe contains more than 50% whole wheat f_ur, then use Whole
Wheat Bread Program. This programtakes 4:00 hours to complete.
knead,cycle. This cycle contains an audibie signal (4 Beeps) which
During
first
20 minutes,
the intothe
breadmaker
is pre-heafing
prior
to first
sounds the
after
about
90 minutes
program.
The display
willread
2:30. This is whenyou add the additional ingredients(i.e,raisins, nuts).
• French Bread Program .............. This cycle is best suited for breads 1Owin fat and sugar, which results
in crisp, crackFy crusts and coarse, chewy interiors. The program
er is preheating prior to the first knead cycle. After 4 hours the beeper
takes 4 hours to complete. During the first 20 minutes, the breadmaksounds 8 times indicatingthat the bread is done.
• Rapid Program ............................. Save an hour using the Bread Rapid Program. After 2 hours and 40
minutes, the beeper sounds 8 times indicating that the bread is done.
• Dough Program ........................... The Dough Program is used to prepare dough'for making bread or
rolls which are shaped _fore baking in your conventional oven. The
from the bread pan, rested and shaped as desired before baking. The
dough is kneaded an hour and 3 minutes. The dough is removed
Dough Program can be used to make the dough for pizza, coffee
cake, cinnamon buns, pretzels, bread sticks,, bagels, etc.
SE I.G D-ELAY
T MER
....................
BAKING
€ot r.0L
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The _mer can be set to delay
breadmaking from 4:10 hours to
13 hours.
At the selected time, delicious
bread will be ready.
_e Ba_ng control function allows
you to select a medium, light or
dark crust.
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WARM
The breadmaker can keep bread
warm for 3 hou_ after the Basic,.
Sweet, Whole Wheat and French
Bread programs are finished, if
the bread is not removed at the
end of the program, the bread
will automatica]_ be kept warm
for up to 3 hours.
B Program Specifications
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Basic
Sweet
4:10-13:00
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4:10-13:00
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20 rain
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7 min
13 rnh
13 rain
7 rain
6 rain
5 min
5 min
50 rain
50 rain
5 rain
5 rain
2nd knead
12 rnin
12 rain
12 rnin
12 rain
12 rain
12 mln
lst rise
40 rain
40 rain
20 rnin
20 rain
20 rnin
40 rain
4 sec
4 sec
4 sec
4 sec
4 sec
4 sec
Pre-heat
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lst knead
7 rain
,2nd rise
rain
26 min
4 sec
4 sec
4 sec
4 sec
4 sec
60 rnin
60 min
40 rain
40 min
46 rain
50 rnin
50 min
50 rain
50 rain
50 rain
20 rain
2O rain
20 rnin
20 min
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3 hours
3 hours
3 hours
End
End
End
End
End
End
End
TOTAL
3:40
3:4O
4:00
4:00
2:40
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Hold Warm
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Sweet Program contains an audible signal (4 beeps) which sounds 5 minutes before the
of second kneading. The display will show 3:21.
Whole Wheat Bread Program contains an audible signal (4 beeps) which sounds 5 minbefore the end of the second kneading. The display will show 2:30.
This tells you to add the additional
the specialty bread recipes.
ingredients
(i.e. raisin, nuts or vegetables
- The beeper sounds 8 times at the end of cooling process
.............
to indicate
etc.) required in
the breadis
done.
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• Parts and Functions
Lid
Bread Pan Handle
Handle
Kneading Blade
(Flat side down)
Viewing Window
Bread Pan
.......
Air Exhaust
(Air is vented through
these outlets)
Shaft
(Rotates the
kneading blade)
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Control Panel
Liquid Measuring
(1 cup)
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Cup
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• Control Panel
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TIMER
Press TIMER pads to set the
time delay. The time will
advance by 10 minute
intervals from 4:10 to 13:00
hours. This timer cannot be
used for Rapid or Dough
DELAY TIMER INDICATOR
programs.
After setting the delay time,
press the START pad.
The colons will blink.
PROGRAM
DISPLAY WINDOW
Indicates number of program.
Indicates crust color.
Indicates amount of time
left to completion of program.
Indicates warnings.
(See page 65.)
Press this pad to select the
program: Basic Bread,
Sweet Bread, Whole Wheat,
French, Rapid or Dough.
lING TIME
HOURS
SELECT
MINUTES
ROGRAM SELECT
Basic Bread
Sweet Bread
Whole Wheat
French
Rapid
,Dough
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BAKING C0,NTROL
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BAKING CONTROL
ress this pad to select medi- J
A Medium
a Light
€ Dark
STOP
, light or dark crust,
Press this pad to cancel a
program. If you make a mistake when setting the delay
timer, press the STOP pad
and re-enter the correct
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START
After setting the desired
program.
I
I program, the baking control
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I
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_program
or timer count down)
When a breadmaker is packaged for shipment, a clear plastic film is placed over the control panel
as a form of protection. This film may be removed or left on when you begin using your
breadmaker. If you do leave it on, it will come off with use.
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CAUTION
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If you for
down
want
more
to cancel
than 2 the
seconds
selected
at any
program,
time dunng
press the
the cycle.
STOP pad and hold it
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INSTALLATION AND SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Read this manual and follow these simple safety precautions
The breadmaker should be placed on a
heat resistant surface and away from
direct sunlight.
2
before using this appliance.
Do not use the breadmaker near a
source of heat or where it is unstable.
Allow at least 2 inches clearance on all
sides of the breadmaker when it is in
Keep the breadmaker away from babies
and children.They
may touch the control
pads or hot surfaces during operation.
use.
!
3
Plug the breadmaker into a properly
wired wall outlet (120V/60Hz only).
Do not cover the breadmaker with anything, or put anything in the breadmaker
(except the bread pan) because this may
cause a fire or a malfunction.
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Do not open the lid or remove the bread
pan during operation.
The lid may be only opened on the Sweet
Bread or Whole Wheat Bread program to
add extra ingredients at the indicated
time (beeper sounds 4 times). Lifting the
lid during operation will allow warm air to
escape, thereby hindering the RISE and
BAKE stage.
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Do not immerse
10
8
Never immerse the breadmaker,
plug in water.
This would be very dangerous.
the bread pan in water.
It may cause the shaft to malfunction.
Wipe pan with a damp cloth to clean.
Do not dent or damage the bread pan.
The breadmaker will not operate
properly if it is damaged.
cord or
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Be sure to disconnect the power cord
by pulling out the plug, and allow the
breadmaker to cool down before
storing.
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HOW TO CLEAN
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CLEANING
(Always
unplug unit)
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ANY SERVICING REQUIRING DISASSEMBLY, OTHER THAN THE CLEANING DESCRIBED
BELOW, SHOULD BE PERFORMED
BY AN AUTHORIZED
SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE.
• Avoid using any cleaning agent other than
dish detergent.
• Do not use steel wool or other abrasive
materials.
• Do not wash the removable
dishwasher.
• Do not immerse the bread pan in water. Wipe
clean with a damp cloth, then dry thoroughly.
parts in the
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• Wipe the shaft with a soft cloth or sponge to
prevent damage to the seal packing. Allow to
dry before storing the pan inside the breadmaker.
• Wipe the exterior with a damp dish cloth after
each use. Do not immerse in water or splash
with water.
• After using, cool and wipe out crumbs or flour
from the oven interior with a dampened washcloth. A dampened, small soft brush may also
be used.
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PACKING_
• It is not necessary to remove the kneading
blade for cleaning. But if you wish to, it must be
removed after each use.
• Do not use metal utensils
pan.They
the pan.
will damage
inside the bread
the non-stick
coating
in
• To remove, fill the pan with hot soapy water
and allow it to soak for 20 minutes. Wash it
with a soft brush or cloth and dry thoroughly.
NOTE: The non-stick coating may change color
after prolonged use. This is caused by moisture
and steam, and in no way affects performance.
KNEADING BLADE
STORING
• Be sure breadmaker is completely cooled before storing.
• All removable parts should be thoroughly cleaned and dried.
• Store breadmaker with lid closed.
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INGREDIENTS
Congratulations!
You have just acquired a TOASTMASTER
Bread BoxTM.Toastmaster Inc. has
become a household name you can count on as has RED STAR ®Yeast and TOASTMASTER
have
combined their efforts to provide the exciting recipes in this cookbook. Many hours of developing and
testing these recipes were necessary to assure you, the home baker, a variety of delicious homemade
breads. This bread box will bake up to a 1½ pound loaf of fresh bread containing approximately
3 cups
of flour.
While some of you have been baking breads using traditional methods for years, others may have no
experience at all. Actually, neither group has an advantage over the other since using a bread machine
is a completely new concept in bread making. To achieve optimum results, please take a few minutes
and read the following information before you even shop for the ingredients. All ingredients except
water should be at room temperature.
• Yeast: The Number One Ingredient
RED STAI_ Active Dry Yeast was used in developing all the recipes in this book. However, RED STAR ®
QUICK-RISE T_Yeast may also be used. We found that we did not have to vary the amount used when
we substituted one for the other in this TOASTMASTER
Bread BOXTM.
Follow Package
directions
if using Bread Machine Yeast.
Because yeast can grind against itself and become very fine, it is packaged by weight and not by
volume. A ¼ oz. package of RED STAI_ Yeast contains approximately
21/_level teaspoons of yeast.
The activity of yeast will deteriorate when it is exposed to oxygen, moisture or warmth.Therefore,
yeast
needs to be stored airtight and refrigerated or frozen. Yeast is granular and comes to room temperature
very quickly.
Yeast ferments sugar to leaven bread.White sugar, brown sugar, and honey may be interchanged
equally. Since honey is a liquid, decrease the water by the same amount as the honey added.
Sugar is the favorite food of yeast, too much sugar will cause the yeast to over-react, especially in a
bread machine program.The
yeast will have a feeding frenzy and then become lethargic.The
loaf of
bread will be small and dense. Dried fruits also contribute sugar to the bread dough. Resist the
temptation to add more than specified in the recipe.
Artificial
sweeteners
may not be used because
the yeast cannot react with them.
• Flour: Bread Flour Is Essential
All types of flour are affected by a variety of factors, such as milling grades, moisture content, length of
storage and manufacturing
processes. Adjustments to the recipes may need to be made to compensate
for climactic changes in each region to ensure an excellent loaf every time.
Bread flour is a definite necessity. Milled from hard winter or spring wheat, it has a higher protein
content that makes it more durable than all-purpose flour. The protein, when mixed with liquid,
becomes gluten. When kneaded, gluten becomes elastic and gives the bread better structure. In
contrast, all-purpose flour, milled from a combination
of soft and hard wheat, becomes elastic too
easily for use in a bread machine and quickly loses its ability to stretch well. As a result, bread made
from all-purpose flour will be small and dense. Several well-known mills now market bread flour. It is
labeled bread flour on the package and is available at grocery stores.
Wheat is the only grain that contains the type of protein that becomes elastic when kneaded. Other
flours, such as rye, barley, oats, soy, rice, and buckwheat, add flavor and fiber to breads, but do not
add structure to the dough.Therefore,
wheat flour is essential as a base when making breads with
other flour ingredients.
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Be careful when adding wheat germ, vegetables, fruits, nuts, and liquid milk to recipes that you do not
exceed the amount listed.These products, if used in amounts which exceed the recipe directions, may
inhibit the rising of the bread.
Vital Wheat Gluten is produced by processing white flour one more step. White flour contains both
protein and starch, and mills now can remove most of the starch leaving only the protein (gluten).This
is more expensive, but is used only in small amounts as an additive to regular flour. When gluten is
added to recipes containing whole grain flours, it improves the volume and shape of the loaf significantly.
Usually 1 teaspoon per cup of flour will make a difference. If more than a tablespoon per cup of flour is
used, however, the bread may be tough. Many grocery stores stock gluten in the flour section. Health
food stores and nutrition centers also usually carry this item.
To measure flour, spoon into measuring cup and level off with a bread knife. DO NOT: tap the cup,
pack the flour into the cup, or sift the flour.
Flour is best kept in an airtight container. If you need to store flour for a long period
an airtight container in the freezer, not the refrigerator. Refrigerators
tend to dry out
wheat flours, which have a higher oil content, will become rancid much more quickly
and should always be kept in the freezer regardless of the length of time you intend
Be sure, however, to allow all flours to return to room temperature before placing in
As a good rule of thumb, check the dough ball after the
ball should be round, smooth-textured,
soft and slightly
is more like a batter, add 1 tablespoon of flour at a time
the mixture is too dry to form a ball or forms more than
to absorb into mixture. Add more water if necessary.
• Fat: Dough Enhancer
Shortening
shortening,
of time, keep it in
flour. Whole grain
than white flour
to store the flour.
the machine.
first 5 minutes of the initial kneading cycle. The
tacky to the touch. If it does not form a ball and
until the appropriate consistency is reached. If
one ball, add 1 teaspoon of water and allow it
And Conditioner
is an American term for fat used in recipes. The recipes in this book use vegetable oil. Solid
butter or margarine may be substituted in equal proportion. Divide into small pieces before
placing in the machine. There will not be any noticeable flavor difference. The crust may be a little
crisper with butter. Margarine tends to make the crust a little rougher. Light or whipped margarine does
not work well.
• Liquids: Activate TheYeast
"Liquid"
means all the wet ingredients
And Bind The Dough
used in the recipe.Traditional
bread bakers have been taught
correctly that warm liquid (110~115°F)will
activate dry yeast. However, when yeast is used in a bread
machine, the liquid temperature most likely to provide a good environment for the yeast is 801=. With
this temperature, the yeast activates gradually to accommodate
the program of the machine. When
higher temperatures
becomes too warm.
becomes
are used, not only does the yeast activate too quickly, but also the entire dough
If the temperature of the dough is over 1001= during the rising times, the yeast
very lethargic
and is not able to work effectively.
When bread is kneading,the dough should be a soft, tacky ball. More flour, one tablespoon at a time,
may be added after 5 minutes of kneading if the dough is too wet. More liquid may also be added, one
teaspoon at a time, if the dough is too dry. If the bread falls during the baking cycle and/or is quite
coarse,
When
reduce the total liquid amount.
the machine
teaspoons
is set on the delay timer,
depending
reduce
the amount
of liquid in most recipes
on the recipe and size of loaf and be sure the liquid is very cold.
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by 1~3
Eggs are also considered part of the total liquid amount. One egg should measure ¼ cup. If it does not,
add additional water to equal ¼ cup per egg. An egg white is equal to ¼ cup. If it does not, add
additional water to equal ¼ cup. Eggs need to be at room temperature before putting them in the
machine. If eggs are taken directly from the refrigerator, place them in a bowl of warm water to take off
the chill before cracking. DO NOT USE EGGS OR ANY PERISHABLE
FOOD WITH THE DELAYED
SETTING.
Recipes which require nonfat dry milk can be substituted with liquid milk equally. Omit the dry milk
completely.You
may also replace part or all of the water in the recipe with milk. Dry milk, like liquid
milk, will make the interior structure have a more velvety texture. Fresh milk is not recommended
with
the delayed setting.
• Lemon Juice: Dough Enhancer
Lemon juice contains
acidic acid, a natural dough enhancer.
The addition
which also contains acidic acid) may help improve the overall
baker, will know it is there()
• Cinnamon
structure
of lemon juice (or vinegar
of your loaf. (Only you, the
And Garlic: Not True Friends Of Yeast
Previously, cinnamon and sugar were sprinkled on dough before it was rolled up jelly roll fashion.
Adding it to the dough in a bread machine presents a problem. Cinnamon reacts with bread dough as
meat tenderizer reacts with meat. It breaks down the structure.
baking, the flavor is dissipated in the baking process.
DO NOT ADD MORE THAN LISTED IN THE RECIPE.
Although
it smells wonderful
as it is
Garlic inhibits yeast activity. DO NOT ADD MORE garlic than that listed in the recipe. For more garlic
flavor use a spread for the bread rather than adding it to the dough.
• Salt: Regulates Yeast Activity
Salt is necessary
to control the activity of yeast, disciplining
it to work slowly and steadily. Without
salt,
yeast acts very rapidly and gives out too quickly. Salt also strengthens the structure of the dough. If too
little or no salt is used, the bread will rise rapidly and then fall either before the baking or as soon as
the baking begins; the texture will also be coarse and uneven. Some salt substitutes
will work
effectively.
• Substitutes
In our test kitchen, we experimented with several ingredient substitutions.We
have found the following
substitutions
to be acceptable, but caution that your results may vary significantly from ours.
MILK
Coffee creamer may be substituted for dry milk in equal proportions.
Liquid milk may be substituted for water in up to equal proportions. Make sure the milk is warmed
80°F. The dry milk may be eliminated
softer.
altogether.
The loaf will be slightly
to
smaller. The crust will be much
LEMON JUICE
Vinegar
may be substituted
for lemon juice in equal proportions.
SUGAR
One half the amount of sugar will produce both a slightly smaller loaf and a much lighter colored crust.
Honey may be substituted for sugar in equal proportions. You will need to reduce the liquid by the
same amount.
Brown sugar may be substituted
for white sugar in equal proportions.
Yeast NEEDS sugar and so, no artificial
sweetener
should be used.
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SALT
Salt-freerecipeswerenot successful.
Saltsubstitutesdid producean acceptableloaf.However,the breadstexturewassomewhatmore
coarse.
EGG
Eggbeatersmay be usedas directedon the carton.
Twoeggwhitesmay be substitutedfor one egg.
REMEMBER,all egg productsmustbe at roomtemperature.
• Bread Mixes
Use mixes labeled for 1-15,5 pound loaves. For best results use the RAPID Program. If using the delay
timer, use the BASIC BREAD program.When
baking a mix with a high sugar content such as
Cinnamon Raisin or Apple Walnut, use the Sweet cycle.
Layer ingredients
in bread pan in the following
sequences:
YEAST
INGREDIENTS
WATER
If additional
RED STAI_
assistance
YEAST
is needed,
expert help is available
(1-800-445-4746
#4).
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from Toastmaster
(1-800-947-3744)
or from
OPERATION
• Programming-Basic,
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Sweet, Whole Wheat, French and Rapid Bread
Open the lid and remove the bread
pan turning the bread pan clockwise
and then pulling straight up, using the
handle.
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blade on the
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Place all ingredients
Mount the kneading
shaft.
in the bread pan.
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Make sure not to omit any ingredients.
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Place the bread pan in the breadmaker and turn counterclockwise.
Align the (V FRONT) !
mark to the FRONT
side of the breadmaker j
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YEAST
- INGREDIENTS
_- WATER
NOTE: When using the timer, add the yeast
last on top of the flour and away from
the liquid. This is critical for good
results.
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Close the lid slowly and tightly using
the handle. Plug in the breadmaker.
The display indicator will light up.
Press the START pad.
Notice that the time left for the bread
to be finished is displayed 3:40 and is
counting down (2:40 for Bread Rapid).
For the Whole Wheat and French
cycle the time displayed will be 4:00.
The first 20 minutes will be pre-heat
time to warm the ingredients and
allow the flour time to absorb water.
REMAINING
TIME
down by the minute. 1
[
HOURS
6
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The timer counts
MINUTES
Select the desired Program and
Baking Control (medium, light, or dark
CAUTION: Do not touch the Breadmaker,
because it is very hot during baking. Do not
open the lid during operation. Heat will
escape and final result may be altered.
crust).The program and baking control
indicator should light up in the display
window,
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The beeper will sound 8 times indicating
the bread is done and cooled.After
bread is done, if_
you do not take the bread out of the breadmaker immediately, the bread is kept warm for 3
hours displaying [:H] on the remaining time (Not in rapid or dough cycle). After 3 hours. [End]
is displayed.
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Pressthe STOPpadand removethe
breadpanusingovenmitts.
Turn the bread pan upside down and
shake the bread pan several times
to release the bread.
Place the bread on a
wire rack to cool and
allow the steam to
escape. Be sure to
remove the kneading
blade from the bread.
CAUTION:
• The bread pan, kneading blade and bread
will be very hot.
• Always unplug after each use.
• Programming
f'Set
the Daily Timer
the timer for however
(Basic, Sweet,Whole
Wheat
and French Only)
long you want to wait before the bread is done (from 4:10 to 13 hours, in-'_
10 minute intervals).
1. When pressed, the time will
advance in 10 minute increments.
2. When constant pressure is
applied to the pad, the time will
advance quickly.
3. Press the START pad and the
timer is set, and the colon
blinks. After one minute, 9:29 is
displayed, and the timer
continues to count down.
NOTE: If you pass the desired
delay time, push the (V) pad to
go back. Continually pressing the
(A) pad will advance the time
faster up to 13:00.
This is the longest that the timer
may be delayed. It will then count
down in 1 minute increments to
3:40, then it will start. On French
and Whole Wheat, it will start at
4:00.
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Colon will blink
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• Programming Sweet and Whole Wheat Breads-Raisin Bread, Nut Bread, etc.
(_
NOTE" SEE COOKBOOK
GUIDE FOR RECIPES.
1. Press program
t)
to select Sweet or Whole Wheat Prog ram.
2. Press the START pad. Notice that the timer displays 3:40
(4:00 for Whole Wheat) indicating how long it will take to
complete the bread making program.
.
Primary Kneading
I,
Rest
(
Secondary Kneading
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)
)
For the sweet program
after about 19 minutes
from the start
(and 5 minutes before the secondary kneading is finished),
4 beeps indicate the time to add any additional ingredients
raisins, nuts, cheese, etc.The indicator panel will show 3:21.
For the whole wheat program,
minutes from the start (and 5
kneading is finished), 4 beeps
additional ingredients raisins,
will show 2:30.
after about 1 hour and 30
minutes before the secondary
indicate the time to add any
nuts, etc.The indicator panel
Open the lid and add ingredients quickly and evenly
over the dough. Opening the
lid at this time will not stop
the kneading, so be careful.
Close the lid. Now the unit
will continue through the
remaining stages
automatically.
NOTE:
•
•
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Make sure you select the Sweet or Whole Wheat Program. If overlooked, the beeper will not
sound to indicate when to add the additional ingredients.
If you add the additional ingredients before the machine beeps 4 times, the ingredients will be
chopped into smaller pieces.
After adding the extras, quickly close the lid to prevent heat loss.
It is better to select light baking control for a soft and delicious crust.
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• Programming
Dough
The Delay Timer cannot be used for the dough program.
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1. First choose a recipe from the Recipe Section.
2.
Press the PROGRAM
SELECT
pad until #6 is displayed.
3.
Press the START pad.The remaining
breadmaker will start to knead.
REMAININGTIME
1.1771 l
_.u7
HOURS
MINUTES
4. After 1 hour and 3 minutes
time to remove the dough.
5.
time displays
the beeper will sound
Follow your recipe directions
chosen to make.
to complete
1:03 and the
indicating
whatever
the
you have
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• Baking Control
The Baking Control function
f'-The
is used for any loaf of bread baked in the Automatic
Baking Control function
Breadmaker.
is used to select the color of the crust. It can be baked medium,
light _'_
or dark, you choose!
.
Press more than one time, the baking control function
advanced as follows:
A
MED
B
LIGHT
will be
C
DARK
NOTE: It is not necessary to press the Baking Control pad when medium
cally set on medium with each bake program.
is desired.
It is automati-
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• Crust Treatments
(use only with dough program)
Always allow optimum rising of shaped dough.Then, use a pastry brush to gently apply the glaze. Bake
as directed in the recipe. For a shiny, golden crust, use Egg Glaze or Egg Yolk Glaze. For a shiny,
chewy crust, use Egg White Glaze, because egg yolk is not used, crust will not be as golden in color.
Mix 1 slightly
beaten egg with 1 tablespoon
water or milk.
gg Glaze
Mix 1 slightly beaten
egg yolk with 1 tablespoon
water or milk.
gg Yolk Glaze
gg White Glaze
Mix 1 slightly beaten egg white with 1 tablespoon
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water.
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CUTTING AND STORING YEAST PRODUCTS
• CUTTING
Because loaves baked in a breadmaker are shaped differently from tradition bread loaves, below are
several ways to cut them:
• Use an electric knife for best results when cutting hot bread loaves. Otherwise, a sharp serrated or
sawtooth bread knife works well.
•
For square slices-place
to cut loaves.
•
For rectangular slices-place the loaf upright and cut from the top down. Slices may be cut in half,
lengthwise or crosswise.
For wedges-place
the loaf upright and cut through the center from the top down. Place each half cut
side down and cut lengthwise into four, six or eight wedges.
•
the loaf on its side and slice across the loaf. We find this is the easiest way
• STORING
If you have leftover bread, store it as follows:
• Store bread tightly covered at room temperature
in the freezer.
•
•
•
up to three days. If weather
is hot and humid, store
Store bread tightly covered in the freezer up to one month. Slicing the loaves before freezing makes
it easy to use one slice at a time.
Do not store bread in the refrigerator because it tends to dry out and become stale more quickly
than commercially
made bread.
Leftover bread can be cut into ½-or 1-inch cubes for use in your favorite bread pudding, crouton and
stuffing recipes. Keep a tightly closed container in the freezer to add to as needed.
• FREEZING
OF BAKED YEAST PRODUCTS:
When freezing a baked yeast product, it is important
prevent moisture from making the product soggy.
to have it completely
cooled
before wrapping
to
Do not frost before freezing. Freeze cooled unwrapped product one hour to harden. Remove from
freezer; wrap in plastic wrap or aluminum foil. Place in plastic bag and seal. Freeze for up to six to eight
weeks.To thaw, partially open wrappings to allow moisture to escape.
• FREEZING
UNBAKED
YEAST PRODUCTS:
Freezing dough for later shaping and baking is done after the dough is finished kneading and before
the first rise. Divide dough into desired amounts and flatten into disks, one-inch thick. Place on cookie
sheet and put in freezer one hour to harden. Remove from freezer; wrap with plastic wrap or aluminum
foil. Place in plastic bag and seal. Dough can be kept in freezer up to four weeks. To thaw, place
covered dough in refrigerator overnight or for several hours. Place uncovered dough on counter for
fifteen to twenty minutes to bring dough to room temperature. Punch down dough. Dough is now ready
for shaping and second rising.
Dough can also be frozen after being formed into a desired shape and before proofing. Place shaped
dough on cookie sheet; put in freezer one hour to harden. Remove from freezer; wrap with plastic wrap
or aluminum foil. Place in plastic bag and seal. Dough can be kept in freezer up to four weeks. Thaw
the covered frozen dough slowly in your refrigerator overnight or for several hours.
Bring dough to room temperature partially unwrapped to allow moisture
double before baking. Bake according to recipe instructions.
to escape.
Let dough rise to
If an unbaked product needs to be frozen longer, add one half again as much yeast as called for in
recipe. Dough may be frozen up to six months.
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INDEX
BREADS
BASIC WHITE BREAD
......................................................
FRENCH BREAD
..........................................................
BUTTERMILK
BREAD .......................................................
FRENCH VARIATION BREAD .................................................
POTATO BREAD ...........................................................
EGG BREAD ..............................................................
CORN BREAD .............................................................
DILL BREAD ..............................................................
BEER BREAD .............................................................
BLOODY MARY BREAD .....................................................
HONEY GRANOLA BREAD ...................................................
BANANA BREAD ...........................................................
SPICED PUMPKIN BREAD ...................................................
CHEESE ONION BREAD
....................................................
TRAIL MIX BREAD
.........................................................
MAPLE BREAD ............................................................
HOLIDAY BREAD
..........................................................
CINNAMON
RAISIN BREAD ..................................................
DRIED FRUIT BREAD .......................................................
WHITE WHEAT BREAD ......................................................
WHOLE GRAIN BREAD
.....................................................
CARAWAY RYE BREAD
.....................................................
ONION RYE BREAD ........................................................
PUMPERNICKEL
BREAD
....................................................
ITALIAN HERB BREAD ......................................................
SWEET WALNUT BREAD ....................................................
MOM'S HEARTY NUT BREAD
................................................
CRUNCHY CRACKED WHEAT BREAD ..........................................
JALAPENO BREAD .........................................................
WHOLE WHEAT BREAD .....................................................
WHOLE WHEAT BREAD WITH GLUTEN .........................................
HONEY WHOLE WHEAT BREAD
..............................................
WHOLE WHEAT CINNAMON
RAISIN WALNUT BREAD
.............................
FARM STYLE WHEAT BREAD
................................................
MILK BREAD ..............................................................
SUNFLOWER
SAND SESAME SEED BREAD .....................................
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25
26
26
27
27
28
28
29
29
30
30
31
31
32
32
33
33
34
34
35
35
36
36
37
37
38
38
39
39
40
40
41
41
42
42
DOUGHS
DINNER ROLLS
...........................................................
WHEAT DINNER ROLLS .....................................................
BUTTERMILK
ROLLS .......................................................
FRENCH BAGUETTES
......................................................
FRENCH TWISTS
..........................................................
FRENCH BREAD
..........................................................
BAGELS
.................................................................
BANANA WHEAT BAGELS
...................................................
LEBANESE PITA POCKETS
..................................................
SOFT PRETZELS
..........................................................
PIZZA ...................................................................
WHOLE WHEAT PIZZA ......................................................
CHEEZY GARLIC ROLLS ....................................................
FOCCACIA BREAD .........................................................
CHALLAH BRAID
..........................................................
CINNAMON ROLLS .........................................................
STICKY BREAKFAST ROLLS .................................................
ALMOND-CHERRY
COFFEE CAKE ............................................
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48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
HIGHALTITUDE ADJUSTMENTTIPS AND CHART
•
The altitude chart is not a recipe but a guide to use to change key ingredients in a recipe if it doesn't
work as printed.
• All recipes were developed at sea level-approximately.
Adjustments
may be necessary if your altitude
is 2000 feet or higher.
• Try the recipe as printed first unless you have experimented on other recipes and have an idea of
what to change.
• REMEMBER only change one ingredient in the recipe at a time. Then use this guide to change
other recipes.
The following chart is for a 1 pound loaf of bread using 2 cups bread flour in an automatic bread
machine.
Sea
Level
2000
Feet
4000
Feet
6000
Feet
7500
Feet
8500
Feet
Yeast
as is
- ¼t
- ½t
_ 3_ t
- 1t
- 1¼ t
Sugar
Salt
as is
as is
as is
as is
- 1t
as is
- 1t
as is
- 2 t
+ 1,4t
- 2 t
+ ¼t
Gluten
as is
as is
as is
+ 15,5t
+ 15,5t
+ 2t
Liquid
as is
+ 2T
+ ¼c
+ %c
+ ½c
+ ½c
The following
machine.
chart is for a 1½ pound loaf of bread using 3 cups bread flour in an automatic
Sea
Level
bread
2000
Feet
4000
Feet
6000
Feet
7500
Feet
8500
Feet
Yeast
as is
- ¼t
- 5,5t
- _4 t
- 1t
- 11,4t
Sugar
Salt
as is
as is
as is
as is
- 1t
as is
- 1t
as is
- 2 t
+ ¼t
- 1t
+ ¼t
Gluten
as is
as is
as is
+ 2 t
+ 2 t
+ 21/_t
Liquid
as is
+ 2 T
+ ¼c
+ % c
+ ½ c
+ %c
Additional information about each of the ingredients listed above:
1. Atmospheric
pressure is less at high elevations which makes the dough rise faster. In Utah, the
dough can rise 2½ to 3 times its volume in the first rising before it is ready to punch down. Recipes
need less yeast as the altitude increases to slow the rising so that the dough has time to develop a
good flavor and texture. The higher the altitude the greater the internal pressure on baked goods;
therefore, the faster they rise.
2. Sugar weakens the cell structure of the dough so it must be reduced to have adequate rising.
3. Salt is increased to avoid overproofing.
4. The addition of gluten helps to protect the cell structure of the dough from over stretching so that it
doesn't have a coarse texture, and the product will not fall.The automatic bread machine tends to
over knead at higher altitudes making it necessary to add gluten to the recipe.
5. Liquids evaporate faster at higher altitudes. If the bread is not rising enough, it is a moisture problem
and not the yeast.
• More information:
Flour is very dry at high altitudes; thus, it absorbs more liquid. In many cases, less flour is necessary to
achieve the proper dough consistency.
Use yeast before expiration date. Use regular active dry yeast or quick or rapid rise yeast, not compressed yeast. If using bulk yeast, keep refrigerated or frozen. If using jarred yeast and it has been
open more than 2 months, check its freshness with the following test.
To test for 1 package (2¼ teaspoons) use a liquid measuring cup and fill the ½ cup level with warm
water (110°-1151=). Add 1 teaspoon granulated sugar and 1 package (2¼ teaspoons) of yeast. In 3 or
4 minutes, it will have absorbed enough liquid to activate and will start rising to the surface. If at the
end of 10 minutes, the yeast has multiplied to the 1 cup mark, it is very active. The yeast mixture may
be used immediately in your Toastmaster Bread Maker in any recipe calling for 2¼ teaspoons of yeast.
(Remember to adjust your recipe for the ½ cup of water used in the test and do not add additional
yeast.)
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BREADS
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IBASIC WHITE BREAD
I BASIC WHITE BREAD (D) I
f
Water (801=/27!3)
Oil
Lemon Juice
Salt
Sugar
Dry Milk
Bread Flour
Active DryYeast
1 Pound
1½ Pounds
¾ cup + 1 tbsp.
1 tbsp
1 tsp
1 tsp
1_ tbsp
1 tbsp
2¼ cups
1;4 tsp
1 cup
2 tbsp
1 tsp
1½ tsp
2 tbsp
1 _&tbsp
3 cups
2 tsp
(D) If using Timer to delay bread, reduce the water by 1 tbsp for both size loaves. Use cool water
(701=/2013)
NOTE: If using Bread Rapid Program, use the above ingredients,
1 pound loaf and 2½ tsp for the 1 ½ pound loaf.
but increase the yeast to 2 tsp for the
Method
1. Remove the bread pan from the breadmaker. Attach the kneading blade on the shaft of the bread
pan. Place the ingredients into the bread pan, in the order listed.
2. Place the bread pan into the breadmaker; close the lid.
3. Select Basic Bread Program or set Timer to delay and select light baking control. Press START.
4. When the beeper sounds 8 times, press STOR Remove the bread pan using oven mitts. Remove
the bread and cool on a wire rack, cover with a clean teatowel.
5. When bread is completely cool, store in a well-sealed plastic bag.
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IFRENCH BREAD
Follow instructions on page 25 for Basic White Bread.
Set the breadmaker on the French program for best results.
FRENCH BREAD (D)
f
Water
Oil
Lemon
Salt
Sugar
Bread
Active
(801=/2713)
Juice
Flour
DryYeast
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1 Pound
1½ Pounds
¾ cup + 2 tbsp.
1 tbsp
1 tsp
1 tsp
1 tbsp
2¼ cups
1¼ tsp
1 cup + 2 tbsp
1_ tbsp
1 tsp
1 tsp
2 tbsp
3½ cups
2 tsp
(D) If using Timer to delay bread, reduce the water by 1 tbsp for both size loaves. Use cool water
(701=/2013)
NOTE: If using the Rapid Program, use the above ingredients,
1 pound loaf and 2_ tsp for the 1 _ pound loaf.
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but increase
the yeast to 1_4 tsp for the
IBUTTERMILK
I
BREAD
Follow instructions on page 25 for Basic White Bread.
Set the breadmaker on the Basic Bread program for best results.
BUTTERMILK
f
BREAD
1½ Pounds
Cultured Buttermilk
Oil
Lemon Juice
Salt
Sugar
Baking Soda
Bread Flour
Active Dry Yeast
NOTE:
(room temperature)
If using the Rapid Program,
1 cup + 2 tbsp
3 tbsp
1 tsp
1 _ tsp
3 tbsp
¼ tsp
3¼ cups
1_ tsp
use the above
IFRENCH VARIATION
ingredients,
but increase
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the yeast to 2_ tsp.
I
BREAD
Follow instructions on page 25 for Basic White Bread.
Set the breadmaker on the French program for best results.
FRENCH VARIATION
f
Water
Lemon
Salt
Sugar
Bread
Active
(80°F/27_C)
Juice
Flour
DryYeast
BREAD
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1 Pound
1½ Pounds
_4 cup + 2 tbsp
1 tsp
1 tsp
1 tbsp
2¼ cups
1 ¼ tsp
1 cup + 2 tbsp
1 tsp
1 tsp
1½ tbsp
3½ cups
2 tsp
(D) If using Timer to delay bread, use the same amounts
of all ingredients.
NOTE: If using the Rapid Program, use the above ingredients,
pound loaf and 2_ tsp for the 1 _4 pound loaf.
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Use cool water (70°F/20°C)
but increase the yeast to 2 tsp for 1 the
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IPOTATO BREAD
Follow instructions on page 25 for Basic White Bread.
Set the breadmaker on the Rapid program for best results.
POTATO BREAD
f
Egg(s) (room temperature)
+ enough Water (80°F/27_C) to equal
Oil
Lemon Juice
Salt
Sugar
Dry Milk
White Pepper
Potato Buds
Green onion, chopped (tops only)
Bread Flour
Active DryYeast
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1 Pound
1½ Pounds
1
_4 cup
2 tbsp
1 tsp
1 tsp
4 tsp
2 tbsp
¼ tsp
¼ cup
1 tbsp
2 cups + 2 tbsp
1 ½ tsp
2
lcup+3tbsp
2 tbsp + 2 tsp
1 tsp
1½ tsp
2 tbsp
3 tbsp
¼ tsp
½ cup
1¼ tbsp
3¼ cups
2¼ tsp
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DO NOT use this recipe on the Delay Timer Program.
EGG BREAD
Follow instructions on page 25 for Basic White Bread.
Set the breadmaker on the Rapid program for best results.
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F
EGG BREAD
1 Pound
1½ Pounds
Egg(s) (room temperature)
+ enough Water (80°F/27_C) to equal
Lemon Juice
Oil
Salt
Sugar
1
_4 cup + 1 tbsp
1 tsp
1 tbsp
1 tsp
4 tsp
2
1 cup + 1 tbsp
1 tsp
1½ tbsp
1½ tsp
2 tbsp
Dry Milk
Bread Flour
Active Dry Yeast
2 tbsp
2 cups + 2 tbsp
1½ tsp
3 tbsp
3 cups
2¼ tsp
DO NOT use this recipe on the Delay Timer Program.
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ICORN BREAD
Follow instructions on page 25 for Basic White Bread.
Set the breadmaker on the Rapid program for best results.
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CORN BREAD
Egg(s) (room temperature)
+ enough Water (80°F/27_C) to equal
Oil
Lemon Juice
Honey
Salt
Dry Milk
Bread Flour
Corn Meal
Active DryYeast
1 Pound
1½ Pounds
1
% cup + 1 tbsp
2 tbsp
1 tsp
2 tbsp
1 tsp
1 tbsp
2 cups
1_ cup
1 _ tsp
1
lcup+2tbsp
4 tbsp
1 tsp
3 tbsp
1½ tsp
2 tbsp
3 cups
½ cup
2¼ tsp
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DO NOT use this recipe on the Delay Timer Program.
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IDILL BREAD
Follow instructions on page 25 for Basic White Bread.
Set the breadmaker on the Rapid program for best results.
f
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Egg(s) (room temperature)
+ enough plain Yogurt at room
temperature to equal
Oil
Lemon Juice
Salt
Sugar
Bread Flour
Dill Weed
Dried Minced Onion
Active Dry Yeast
DILL BREAD
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1 Pound
1½ Pounds
1
2
¾ cup + 3 tbsp
1 tbsp
1 tsp
1 tsp
4 tsp
2 cups
1½ tsp
2 tsp
1½ tsp
1 cup+3tbsp
1_&tbsp
1 tsp
2¼ tsp
2 tbsp
3 cups
1 tbsp
1 tbsp
2¼ tsp
DO NOT use this recipe on the Delay Timer Program.
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I
BEER BREAD
Follow instructions on page 25 for Basic White Bread.
Set the breadmaker on the Basic Bread program for best results.
f
BEER BREAD
Water (80°F/27_C)
Beer (room temperature
Oil
Lemon Juice
Salt
Sugar
Bread Flour
Active DryYeast
and flat)
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1 Pound
11/_Pounds
¼ cup
_4 cup
4 tsp
1 tsp
1 tsp
2 tbsp
2 cups
1½ tsp
¼ cup
1 cup
2 tbsp
1 tsp
1¼ tsp
3 tbsp
3 cups
2¼ tsp
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BLOODY MARY BREAD
Follow instructions on page 25 for Basic White Bread.
Set the breadmaker on the Rapid program for best results.
f
BLOODY MARY BREAD
1
1 Pound
11_ Pounds
Water (80°F/27_C)
Oil
Lemon Juice
Bloody Mary mix (room temperature)
¼ cup
1 tbsp
1 tsp
½ cup
½ cup + 2 tbsp
1½ tbsp
1 tsp
3_ cup
Honey
Salt
Bread
Fresh
Green
Active
1 tbsp
¼ tsp
2 cups
1 tbsp
2 tbsp
1½ tsp
1½ tbsp
_4 tsp
3 cups
2 tbsp
2 tbsp
2¼ tsp
Flour
Parsley, chopped
Onion, chopped (tops only)
DryYeast
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HONEY GRANOLA
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BREAD
Follow instructions on page 25 for Basic White Bread.
Set the breadmaker on the Basic Bread program for best results.
HONEY GRANOLA
f
Water (80°F/27_C)
Oil
Lemon Juice
Honey
Salt
Dry Milk
Bread Flour
Granola Cereal
Active DryYeast
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1 Pound
1½ Pounds
% cup + 2 tbsp
2 tbsp
1 tsp
2 tbsp
_ tsp
2 tbsp
2_ cups
_ cup
1 ½ tsp
lcup+2tbsp
4 tbsp
1 tsp
2½ tbsp
1 tsp
2 tbsp
3 cups
3Acup
13_ tsp
(D) If using Timer to delay bread, use the same amounts
NOTE:
BREAD
If using Rapid Program, use the above ingredients,
loaf and 3_4 tsp for the 1 ½ pound loaf.
of all ingredients.
Use cool water (70°F/20°C).
but increase the yeast to 2 tsp for 1 pound
BANANA BREAD
Follow instructions on page 25 for Basic White Bread.
Set the breadmaker on the Basic Bread program for best results.
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BANANA
Egg(s) (room temperature)
+ enough Water (80°F/27_C) to equal
Oil
Lemon Juice
Mashed Bananas
Salt
Sugar
Dry Milk
Bread Flour
Ginger
Instant Coffee Granules
Active Dry yeast
BREAD
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1 Pound
1½ Pounds
1
½ cup
1 tbsp
1 tsp
½ cup
1 tsp
3 tbsp
¼ cup
2 cups
¼ tsp
1½ tsp
1½ tsp
2
_ cup
2 tbsp
1 tsp
_ cup
1½ tsp
¼ cup
¼ cup
3 cups
_ tsp
2 tsp
2¼ tsp
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SPICED PUMPKIN BREAD
Follow instructions on page 25 for Basic White Bread.
Set the breadmaker on the Rapid program for best results.
SPICED PUMPKIN
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Egg(s) (room temperature)
+ enough Water (80°F/27_C) to equal
Oil
Lemon Juice
Pumpkin
Salt
Brown Sugar
Cloves
Nutmeg
Ginger
Cinnamon
Bread Flour
Active Dry Yeast
BREAD
1 Pound
1½ Pounds
1
¼ cup
2 tbsp
1 tsp
_ cup
1 tsp
2 tbsp
¼ tsp
¼ tsp
½ tsp
1_ tsp
2 cups
11/_tsp
2
_&cup
3 tbsp
1 tsp
1 cup
1_&tsp
3 tbsp
½ tsp
_4 tsp
_4 tsp
2¼ tsp
3½ cups
2¼ tsp
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ICHEESE ONION BREAD
Follow instructions on page 25 for Basic White Bread.
Set the breadmaker on the Rapid program for best results.
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CHEESE
Water (80°F/27_C)
Lemon Juice
Salt
Sugar
Bread Flour
Active Dry yeast
Shredded Cheese
Dried Onion
DO NOT use this recipe on the Delay Timer
ONION BREAD
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1 Pound
11½Pounds
% cup
1 tsp
_ tsp
2 tbsp
21/_cups
1 tsp
½ cup
1 tbsp
_4 cup + 3 tbsp
1 tsp
1 tsp
3 tbsp
3 cups
1¼ tsp
¾ cup
1½ tbsp
Program.
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ITRAIL MIX BREAD
Follow instructions on page 33 for Cinnamon Raisin Bread.
Set the breadmaker on the Sweet program for best results.
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Water
Oil
Lemon
Honey
Salt
Bread
Raisin
Active
(80°F/27_C)
Juice
Flour
& Nut Trail Mix
Dry Yeast
TRAIL MIX BREAD (D)
1 Pound
1½ Pounds
_4 cup
1½ tbsp
1 tsp
2 tbsp
1 tsp
2 cups
½ cup
11/_tsp
1 cup + 1 tbsp
3 tbsp
1 tsp
3 tbsp
1½ tsp
3¼ cups
_ cup
2 tsp
(D) If using Timer to delay bread, use the same amount of all ingredients.
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IMAPLE BREAD
Follow instructions on page 25 for Basic White Bread.
Set the breadmaker on the Basic Bread program for best results.
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MAPLE BREAD (D)
1
11½Pounds
Water (80°F/27_C)
Oil
Lemon Juice
Maple Syrup
Maple Flavoring
Salt
Bread Flour
Oatmeal, Quick or Regular
Walnuts
1 cup
4 tbsp
1 tsp
¼ cup
½ tsp
2 tsp
3 cups
1 cup
3_ cup
Active Dry Yeast
2 tsp
(D) If using Timer to delay bread, reduce the water by 1 tbsp. Use cool water (70°F/20°C).
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HOLIDAY BREAD
Follow instructions on page 33 for Cinnamon Raisin Bread.
Set the breadmaker on the Sweet program for best results.
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HOLIDAY BREAD
1
1 Pound
11½Pounds
Water (80°F/27_C)
Milk (room temperature)
Oil
Lemon Juice
Salt
Sugar
Bread Flour
Active DryYeast
_4 cup
_4 cup
4 tsp
1 tsp
1_ tsp
3 tbsp
2 cups
1 ½ tsp
½ cup
½ cup
2 tbsp
1 tsp
2 tsp
;4 cup
3 cups
2¼ tsp
Candied
Walnuts
_4 cup
¼ cup
¼ cup
½ cup
Fruit
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CINNAMON
CINNAMON
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RAISIN BREAD
RAISIN BREAD (D)
1 Pound
1½ Pounds
Water (80°F/27_C)
Oil
Lemon Juice
Salt
Light Brown Sugar
Dry milk
Bread Flour
Active DryYeast
_4 cup
1 tbsp
1 tsp
1 tsp
1_ tbsp
1 tbsp
2;4 cups
1 _4 tsp
1 cup
1½ tbsp
1 tsp
1½ tsp
2_ tbsp
1½ tbsp
3 cups
2¼ tsp
Cinnamon
Raisins
Walnuts
1 tsp
_4 cup
¼ cup
2 tsp
_ cup
½ cup
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NOTE:
If using Rapid Program, use the above ingredients, but increase the yeast to 2¼ tsp for 1 pound
loaf and 2_4 tsp for 1 _4 pound loaf. Add all the ingredients at the beginning of the cycle.
(D) If using timer to delay bread, use the same amounts of all ingredients. Add all the ingredients when
you set the timer. Use cool water (70°F/20_C).
Method
1.
2.
3.
4.
Remove bread pan from the breadmaker. Attach the kneading blade on the shaft of the bread pan.
Place all ingredients, in the order listed, except the raisins, nuts and cinnamon, into the bread pan.
Place the bread pan into the breadmaker, close the lid.
Select Sweet Bread Program. Select the light baking control
When the beeper sounds 4 times, open the lid and sprinkle the raisins, nuts and cinnamon quickly
and evenly over the dough. Close the lid to continue the program.
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DRIED FRUIT BREAD
Follow instructions on page 25 for Basic White Bread.
Set the breadmaker on the Sweet Bread program for best results.
DRIED FRUIT BREAD (D)
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1
1 Pound
11/_Pounds
Water (801=/27!3)
Oil
Lemon Juice
Salt
Brown Sugar
Dry Milk
Bread Flour
Active DryYeast
% cup
2_ tbsp
1 tsp
1 tsp
1_ tbsp
1 tbsp
2¼ cups
1¼ tsp
1 cup + 1 tbsp
3 tbsp
1 tsp
l_& tsp
2½ tbsp
l_& tbsp
3 cups
2½ tsp
Dried Fruit
Nutmeg
_ cup
_ tsp
_4 cup
1 tsp
NOTE:
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If using the Rapid Program, use the above ingredients, but increase the yeast to 2_ tsp for the
1 pound and 1 tbsp for the l_& pound loaf. Add all ingredients at the beginning of the cycle.
(D) If using the time to delay bread, use the same amount of all ingredients.
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WHITE WHEAT BREAD
Follow instructions on page 25 for Basic White Bread.
Set the breadmaker on the Sweet Bread program for best results.
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WHITE WHEAT BREAD (D)
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1 Pound
1½ Pounds
Water (801=/2713)
Oil
Lemon Juice
Salt
Sugar
Dry Milk
Bread Flour
Whole Wheat Flour
% cup
1 tbsp
1 tsp
1 tsp
2 tbsp
1 tbsp
13_ cups
¼ cup
1 cup + 2 tbsp
1½ tbsp
1 tsp
1½ tsp
3 tbsp
1½ tbsp
2% cups
½ cup
Active
1 tsp
1½ tsp
DryYeast
(D) If using the Delay Timer Program
the water for the 1 pound loaf.
NOTE:
reduce the water by 1 tbsp for the 1_ pound loaf. Do not reduce
If using the Rapid Program, use the above ingredients,
1 pound loaf and 2_ tsp for the 1 ½ pound loaf.
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but increase the yeast to 1 _&tsp for the
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IWHOLE GRAIN BREAD
Follow instructions on page 25 for Basic White Bread.
Set the breadmaker on Basic Bread for best results.
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WHOLE
Water (80°F/27_C)
Cultured Buttermilk (room temperature)
Oil
Lemon Juice
Salt
Dark Molasses
Baking Soda
Oat Bran
Corn Meal
',Medium Rye Flour
Buckwheat Flour
Whole Wheat Flour
Bread Flour
Active DryYeast
GRAIN BREAD
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1 Pound
1½ Pounds
1,4cup
_4 cup
2 tsp
1 tsp
1 ½ tsp
3 tbsp
_4 tsp
3 tbsp
3 tbsp
3 tbsp
3 tbsp
1,4cup
1¼ cups
1_ tsp
½ cup
1 cup
1 tbsp
1 tsp
2 tsp
¼ cup
1 tsp
¼ cup
¼ cup
¼ cup
¼ cup
_ cup
2 cups
2¼ tsp
DO NOT use this recipe on the Delay Timer Program.
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ICARAWAY RYE BREAD (Whole Grain Rye)
Follow instructions on page 25 for Basic White Bread.
Set the breadmaker on the Sweet Bread program for best results.
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CARAWAY
RYE BREAD (Whole Grain Rye)
Pound
Egg (room temperature)
+ enough
Water (80°F/27_C) to equal
Oil
Lemon Juice
Molasses
Dry Milk
Salt
Bread Flour
Whole Wheat Flour
Caraway Seeds
Rye Flour
Active DryYeast
1
3_ cup + 2 tbsp
1 tbsp
1 tsp
2 tbsp
1 tbsp
1 tsp
1 cup
_ cup
1 tbsp
_ cup
1½ tsp
DO NOT use this recipe on the Delay Timer Program.
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1½ Pounds
1
lcup+2tbsp
11½tbsp
1 tsp
3 tbsp
2 tbsp
1_ tsp
1_ cups
_4 cup
2 tbsp
_4cup
2 tsp
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IONION RYE BREAD (Whole Grain Rye)
Follow instructions on page 25 for Basic White Bread.
Set the breadmaker on the Sweet Bread program for best results.
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ONION RYE BREAD (Whole Grain Rye)
Egg (room temperature)
+ enough
Water (80°F/2TC) to equal
Oil
Lemon Juice
Molasses
Dry Milk
Salt
Bread Flour
Whole Wheat Flour
Caraway Seeds
Dehydrated Onions
Rye Flour
Active DryYeast
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1 Pound
1½ Pounds
1
% cup + 2 tbsp
1 tbsp
1 tsp
2 tbsp
1 tbsp
1 tsp
1 cup
1_ cup
1 tbsp
2 tbsp
1/_cup
1½ tsp
1
1 cup + 2 tbsp
1½ tbsp
1 tsp
3 tbsp
2 tbsp
1½ tsp
1_ cups
_4 cup
2 tbsp
3 tbsp
_4 cup
2 tsp
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DO NOT use this recipe on the Delay Timer Program.
IPUMPERNICKEL
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BREAD (Whole Grain Rye)
Follow instructions on page 25 for Basic White Bread.
Set the breadmaker on the Sweet Bread program for best results.
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PUMPERNICKEL
BREAD (Whole Grain Rye)
Pound
1½ Pounds
Egg (room temperature)
+ enough
Water (80°F/2TC) to equal
Oil
Lemon Juice
Molasses
Dry Milk
Salt
Bread Flour
1
% cup + 2 tbsp
1 tbsp
1 tsp
2 tbsp
1 tbsp
1 tsp
1 cup
1
1 cup + 2 tbsp
1½ tbsp
1 tsp
3 tbsp
2 tbsp
1½ tsp
1½ cups
Whole Wheat Flour
Caraway Seeds
Instant Coffee Granules
Rye Flour
Cocoa Powder
Active Dry Yeast
½ cup
1 tbsp
1 tsp
_ cup
2 tbsp
1_ tsp
% cup
2 tbsp
2 tsp
_4 cup
3 tbsp
2¼ tsp
DO NOT use this recipe on the Delay Timer Program.
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ITALIAN HERB BREAD (D)
Follow instructions on page 39 for Whole Wheat Bread.
Set the breadmaker on the French prog ram for best results.
ITALIAN HERB BREAD (D)
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Water (80°F/27_C)
Oil
Lemon Juice
Salt
Sugar
Dry Milk
Bread Flour
Italian Mix
Active DryYeast
(D) If using the Delay Timer Program
the 1_ pound loaf.
NOTE:
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1 Pound
1½ Pounds
% cup + 2 tbsp
4 tsp
1 tsp
1 tsp
1 tbsp
1 tbsp
2¼ cups
2¼ tsp
1¼ tsp
1 cup + 2 tbsp
2 tbsp
1 tsp
1½ tsp
3 tbsp
1 tbsp
3¼ cups
1 tbsp
1½ tsp
reduce the water by 1 tsp for the 1 pound loaf and by 1 tbsp for
If using the Rapid program, use the above ingredients,
pound loaf and 1 tbsp for the 1_4 pound loaf.
but increase
the yeast to 2 tsp for the 1
SWEET WALNUT
Follow instructions on page 33 for Cinnamon Raisin Bread.
Set the breadmaker on the Sweet Bread Program for best results.
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SWEET WALNUT
(D)
1 Pound
1½ Pounds
Water (80°F/27_C)
Oil
Lemon Juice
Salt
Sugar
Dry Milk
Bread Flour
Active DryYeast
_4 cup
1 tbsp
1 tsp
1 tsp
1_ tbsp
1 tbsp
2 cups
1½ tsp
1 cup
11/_tbsp
1 tsp
11/_tsp
2 tbsp + 1 tsp
1_/_tbsp
3 cups
1_ tsp
Chopped
¼ cup
_ cup
Walnuts
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(D) If using the Delay Timer Program reduce the water by 1 tsp for the 1 pound loaf and by 1 tbsp for
the 1 ½ pound loaf. Add all ingredients at the beginning of the cycle.
NOTE: If using the Rapid program, use the above ingredients, but increase the yeast to 2¼ tsp for the
1 pound loaf and 2_4 tsp for the 1 _ pound loaf. Add all ingredients at the beginning of the cycle.
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MOM'S HEARTY NUT BREAD
Follow instructions on page 25 for Basic White Bread. Set the breadmaker on the Bread Rapid Program
for the 1 pound loaf for best results.
Set the breadmaker on the Whole Wheat Prog ram for the 1 ½ pound loaf for best results.
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HEARTY
NUT BREAD
1 Pound
Water (80°F/27_C)
Oil
Lemon Juice
Salt
Molasses
Oatmeal, Quick or Regular
Whole Wheat Flour
Bread Flour
Walnuts
Active DryYeast
CRUNCHY
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1½ Pounds
1 cup
2 tsp
1 tsp
1 tsp
3 tbsp
1,4cup
_ cup
1 _4 cups
_4 cup
1_4 tsp
1 ¼ cups
1 tbsp
1 tsp
1½ tsp
¼ cup
_ cup
1 cup
2 cups
_4 cup
2¼ tsp
CRACKED WHEAT BREAD
Follow instructions on page 25 for Basic White Bread.
Set the breadmaker on the Bread Rapid Program for best results.
CRUNCHY
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CRACKED
WHEAT
BREAD
1 Pound
Water*
Cracked Wheat*
Oil
Lemon Juice
Salt
Sugar
Bread Flour
Active DryYeast
1 cup
_ cup
4 tsp
1 tsp
1½ tsp
4 tsp
2 cups
1_ tsp
• Pour boiling water over cracked wheat; let stand until temperature
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cools down to 80 °
JALAPENO
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BREAD
Follow instructions on page 25 for Basic White Bread.
Set the breadmaker on the Basic Bread program for best results.
JALAPENO
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BREAD
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1 Pound
1½ Pounds
Water (80°F/27_C)
Whole Kernel Corn, well drained
Jalapeno, well drained
Oil
Lemon Juice
Sugar
Salt
½ cup
½ cup
2 tbsp
1_ tbsp
1 tsp
1 tbsp
½ tsp
_4 cup
% cup
3 tbsp
2½ tbsp
1 tsp
2 tbsp
1 tsp
Bread Flour
Corn Meal
Fresh Cilantro
Active DryYeast
2 cups
_4 cup
2 tsp
1_ tsp
3 cups
½ cup
1 tbsp
2 tsp
NOTE:
If using the Rapid program, use the above ingredients,
pound loaf and 1 tbsp for the 1_ pound loaf.
but increase
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the yeast to 2tsp for the 1
DO NOT use this recipe on the Delay Timer Program.
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WHOLE WHEAT BREAD
This whole wheat bread will be short and dense.
For a lighter texture loaf, use the Whole Wheat Bread With Gluten recipe on page 40.
WHOLE WHEAT
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BREAD
1
1½ Pounds
Cultured Buttermilk (room temperature)
Oil
Molasses
Salt
Baking Soda
Whole Wheat Flour
Active DryYeast
% cup + 2 tbsp
3 tbsp
3 tbsp
1 tsp
½ tsp
3 cups
1 tbsp
Method
1.
Remove the bread pan from the breadmaker. Attach the kneading blade on the shaft of the bread
pan. Place the ingredients into the bread pan, in the order listed, making sure the yeast is on top of
the flour.
2.
3.
4.
Place the bread pan into the breadmaker; close the lid.
Select Whole Wheat Program and select light baking control. Press START.
When the beeper sounds 8 times, press STOP. Remove the bread pan using oven mitts. Remove
the bread and cool on a wire rack, covered with a clean teatowel.
When bread is completely cool, store in a well-sealed plastic bag.
5.
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WHOLE WHEAT BREAD WITH GLUTEN
Follow instructions on page 39 for Whole Wheat Bread.
Set the breadmaker on the Whole Wheat program for best results.
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WHOLE WHEAT
BREAD WITH GLUTEN
1 Pound
Water (801=/27 °)
Oil
Lemon Juice
Molasses
Salt
Dry Milk
Whole Wheat Flour
Gluten
Active DryYeast
(D)
1½ Pounds
1cup
1_ tbsp
1 tsp
2 tbsp
1 tsp
1_ tbsp
2½ cups
1 ½ tbsp
1½ tsp
1 ¼ cups
7 tsp
1 tsp
2½ tbsp
1_ tsp
2 tbsp
33_ cups
2½ tbsp
2¼ tsp
(D) If using timer to delay bread, reduce the water by 1 tbsp for both size loaves. Use cool water
(701=/20°C).
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HONEY WHOLE WHEAT BREAD
Follow instructions on page 39 for Whole Wheat Bread.
Set the breadmaker on the Whole Wheat prog ram for best results.
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HONEY WHOLE WHEAT
Milk (room temperature)
Egg(s) (room temperature)
+ enough Water (801=/27°C) to equal
Oil
Lemon Juice
Honey
Salt
Whole Wheat Flour
Bread Flour
Active DryYeast
BREAD
1 Pound
1½ Pounds
½ cup
1
½ cup +1 ½ tbsp
2 tsp
1 tsp
2 tbsp
1_ tsp
_ cup
1¼ cups
1½ tsp
6 tbsp
2
DO NOT use this recipe on the Delay Timer Program.
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_4 cup + 2 tbsp
1 tbsp
1 tsp
3 tbsp
2 tsp
1 cup
2 cups
2¼ tsp
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IWHOLE WHEAT CINNAMON RAISIN WALNUT BREAD
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Follow instructions on page 33 for Cinnamon Raisin Bread.
Set the breadmaker on the Sweet Bread Program for best results.
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WHOLE
WHEAT
CINNAMON
RAISIN WALNUT
BREAD
1 Pound
11/_Pounds
Egg White(s) (room temperature)
+ enough Water (801=/27_C) to equal
Oil
Lemon Juice
Honey
Salt
Whole Wheat Flour
Active DryYeast
1
_4 cup
1 _ tbsp
1 tsp
2 tbsp
1 tsp
2 cups
2 tsp
2
1 cup + 2 tbsp
2 tbsp
1 tsp
3 tbsp
11_ tsp
3 cups + 3 tbsp
1 tbsp
Cinnamon
Raisins
Walnuts
_4 tsp
¼ cup
¼ cup
1 tsp
½ cup
;4 cup
DO NOT use this recipe on the Delay Timer
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Program.
Method
1. Remove bread pan from the breadmaker. Attach the kneading blade on the shaft of the bread pan.
Place all ingredients, in the order listed, except the raisins, walnuts and cinnamon, into the bread
pan.
2. Place the bread pan into the breadmaker, close the lid.
3. Select Whole Wheat Bread Program. Select the light baking control.
4. When the beeper sounds 4 times, open the lid and sprinkle the raisins, nuts and cinnamon quickly
and evenly over the dough. Close the lid to continue the program.
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FARM STYLE WHOLE WHEAT BREAD
Follow instructions on page 39 for Whole Wheat Bread.
Set the breadmaker on the Whole Wheat program for best results.
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FARM STYLE WHOLE WHEAT
Water (801=/27 °)
Milk
Oil
Cottage Cheese
Lemon Juice
Salt
Honey
Whole Wheat Flour
Bread Flour
Active DryYeast
DO NOT use this recipe on the Delay Timer
BREAD
1 Pound
1½ Pounds
¼ cup
;4 cup
1_ tbsp
3 tbsp
1 tsp
1 tsp
4 tsp
_ cup
1¼ cups
1_ tsp
;4 cup
_4 cup
2 tbsp
¼ cup
1 tsp
2 tsp
2 tbsp
1 cup
2 cups
2¼ tsp
Program.
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IMILK BREAD
Follow instructions on page 25 for Basic White Bread.
Set the breadmaker on the Rapid Program for best results.
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MILK BREAD
1½ Pounds
Milk (room temperature)
Oil
Lemon Juice
Salt
Sugar
Bread Flour
Active Dry Yeast
DO NOT use this recipe on the Delay Timer
ISUNFLOWER
1 cup
2 tbsp
1 tsp
1½ tsp
1½ tsp
3 cups
1_4 tsp
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AND SESAME SEED BREAD
Follow instructions on page 39 for Whole Wheat Bread.
Set the breadmaker on the French prog ram for best results.
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11A Pounds
Egg (room temperature)
+ enough Water (80°F/27_C) to equal
Oil
Lemon Juice
Salt
Molasses
Sugar
Sesame Seeds
Cumin Seeds
Sunflower Seeds
Bread Flour
Whole Wheat Flour
Yeast
1
1 cup
2 tbsp
1 tsp
1 tsp
1 tbsp
2 tsp
2 tbsp
¼ tsp
11_ tbsp
21½cups
½ cup
11½tsp
DO NOT use this recipe on the Delay Timer Program.
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DOUGHS
DINNER ROLLS
DINNER ROLLS
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Dough
12 Rolls
18 Rolls
Egg (room temperature)
+ enough Water to equal
Lemon Juice
Oil
Salt
Sugar
Bread Flour
Active DryYeast
1
_4 cup
1 tsp
2 tbsp
½ tsp
2 tbsp
2 cups
1 tsp
1
1 cup + 1 tbsp
1 tsp
3 tbsp
1 tsp
3 tbsp
3¼ cups
1_ tsp
Method
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Remove the bread pan from the breadmaker. Attach the kneading blade on the shaft of the bread
pan. Place the ingredients into the bread pan, in the order listed.
Place the bread pan into the breadmaker; close the lid.
Select Dough Program. (Timer cannot be used with the Dough Program.) Press Start.
When the beeper sounds 8 times, press STOP. Remove the dough from the bread pan.
Place on a lightly floured surface. Depending on which size recipe used, divide dough into 12 or 18
pieces. Shape into balls.
Place dough balls on greased baking sheet about _-inch apart. Let stand, covered, in warm, draftfree place, 30 minutes or until doubled in size.
Bake in preheated 3501= oven 20 to 30 minutes, or until golden brown.
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WHEAT DINNER ROLLS
WHEAT DINNER ROLLS
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Dough
12 Rolls
Water (80_F/27_C)
Lemon Juice
Oil
Salt
% cup
1 tsp
1 tbsp
½ tsp
Light Brown Sugar
Dry Milk
Bread Flour
Whole Wheat Flour
Active Dry Yeast
2 tbsp
1 tbsp
1¼ cups
1 cup
1 _ tsp
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Method
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Remove the bread pan from the breadmaker. Attach the kneading blade on the shaft of the bread
pan. Place the ingredients into the bread pan, in the order listed.
Place the bread pan into the breadmaker; close the lid.
Select Dough Program. (Timer cannot be used with the Dough Program.) Press Start.
When the beeper sounds 8 times, press STOP. Remove the dough from the bread pan.
Punch down. Place on a lightly floured surface. Divide dough into 12 equal pieces; shape into balls.
Place into 2 greased 9-inch cake pans for "pull apart" rolls or space 2-inches apart on greased baking sheet for regular rolls. Let stand, covered, 30 to 40 minutes, or until doubled in size.
Bake in preheated 350_F oven 25 to 30 minutes, or until golden brown.
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BUTTERMILK ROLLS
BUTTERMILK
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Dough
Cultured Buttermilk
Lemon Juice
Oil
Honey
Salt
Bread
Whole
Wheat
Baking
Active
Flour
Wheat Flour
Germ
Soda
Dry Yeast
(room temperature)
ROLLS
18 Rolls
24 Rolls
1 cup
1 tsp
3 tbsp
1½ tbsp
1½ cups
1 tsp
¼ cup
2 tbsp
1 tsp
% cup
1¼ cups
½ cup
¼ tsp
1_4 tsp
1½ tsp
1¼ cups
2 cups
_ cup
¼ tsp
2 tsp
2 tbsp
3 tbsp
Brush with:
Melted Butter
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Method
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Remove the bread pan from the breadmaker. Attach the kneading blade on the shaft of the bread
pan. Place the ingredients into the bread pan, in the order listed.
Place the bread pan into the breadmaker; close the lid.
Select Dough Program. (Timer cannot be used with the Dough Program.) Press Start.
When the beeper sounds 8 times, press STOP. Remove the dough from the bread pan.
Punch dough down. Place on a lightly floured surface, divide into 18 or 24 equal pieces. Shape
pieces into balls and place ½-inch apart on greased baking sheets. Cover and let rise in warm,
draft-free place, 30 minutes, or until doubled in size. Brush with melted butter.
Bake in preheated 3501 = oven 15 to 20 minutes, or until golden brown.
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FRENCH BAGUETTES
FRENCH BAGUETTES
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Dough
Water
Lemon
Salt
Sugar
Bread
Active
2 Loaves
(801=/27_C)
Juice
Flour
DryYeast
1 cup
1 tsp
1 tsp
1 tbsp
2_ cups
1 _ tsp
Glaze:
Egg Yolk
Water
1
1 tbsp
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Method
1. Remove the bread pan from the breadmaker. Attach the kneading blade on the shaft of the bread
pan. Place the ingredients into the bread pan, in the order listed.
2. Place the bread pan into the breadmaker; close the lid.
3. Select Dough Program.
(Timer cannot be used with the Dough Program.) Press Start.
4. When the beeper sounds 8 times, press STOR Remove the dough from the bread pan.
5. Punch down. Place on a lightly floured surface. Roll dough into a 12 x 16-inch rectangle, rolling to
remove air bubbles. Divide dough into 2, 12 x 8-inch pieces. Roll up tightly, jelly-roll style, starting at
the 12-inch side. Shape into 12 inch long loaves.
6. Place 3 inches apart on greased baking sheet. With a sharp knife, make 3 to 4 diagonal slashes
across each loaf top. Cover and let rise in warm, draft-free place, 30 to 40 minutes, or until doubled
in size. Brush Glaze over tops of loaves.
7. Bake in preheated 3751 = oven for 20 to 30 minutes or until golden brown.
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FRENCH TWISTS
FRENCH TWISTS
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Dough
18 Twists
Water (801=/27_C)
Lemon Juice
Salt
Sugar
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1
1
1
Bread Flour
Active Dry Yeast
2 cups
1½ tsp
Brush
I
cup
tsp
tsp
tbsp
With:
Melted Butter
Y_cup
Glaze:
Egg White
Water
1
1 tbsp
J
Method
1. Remove the bread pan from the breadmaker. Attach the kneading blade on the shaft of the bread
pan. Place the ingredients into the bread pan, in the order listed.
2. Place the bread pan into the breadmaker; close the lid.
3. Select Dough Program. (Timer cannot be used with the Dough Program.) Press Start.
4. When the beeper sounds 8 times, press STOP. Remove the dough from the bread pan.
5. Punch down and divide into 18 equal pieces. On a lightly floured surface, roll dough into 14 inch
ropes. Fold each rope in half and twist, starting at fold.
6. Place on greased baking sheets and brush French twists generously with melted butter. Let rise in
warm, draft-free place until doubled in size. Brush the twists with Glaze.
7. Bake in preheated 4001 = oven for 12 to 15 minutes or until golden brown.
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IFRENCH BREAD
FRENCH BREAD
f
(Baguettes,
Italian Bread, French Rolls)
Dough
Water
Lemon
Sugar
Salt
Bread
Active
(801=/27_C)
Juice
1 ¼ cups
1 tsp
1 tbsp
1 tsp
3_ cups
1 tbsp
Flour
DryYeast
Glaze:
Water
Salt
2 tbsp
½ tsp
J
Method
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Remove the bread pan from the breadmaker. Attach the kneading blade on the shaft of the bread
pan. Place the ingredients into the bread pan.
Place the bread pan into the breadmaker; close the lid.
Select Dough Program. (Timer cannot be used with the Dough Program.) Press START.
When the beeper sounds 8 times, press STOP.
Punch the dough down. On a lightly floured surface, using a rolling pin, roll the dough into a large
rectangle. Starting with the longest side, roll the dough up tightly, pressing the seams to seal, and
tapering each end slightly.
Place the loaf on a greased baking sheet. Cover loosely with plastic wrap. Let rise for 40 minutes.
Preheat the oven to 4001=.
With
bowl,
to 25
Cool
a small sharp knife, cut three to four diagonal slashes across the top of the loaf. In a small
combine the glaze ingredients. Brush the loaf generously with the glaze. Bake at 4001= for 20
minutes, or until deep golden brown.
on wire rack.
Makes 1 long French stick.
Variations
Baguettes:
Follow above, but divide the dough into two equal pieces (stage 5) and roll into 2 rectangles. Continue as above. Bake at 4001 = for 20 to 25 minutes.
Makes 2 baguettes.
Italian Loaf: At stage 5, shape the dough into one large round ball. Continue
Bake at 4001= for 20 to 25 minutes.
Makes 1 loaf.
as above.
Rolls: Follow instructions for baguettes. After rolling up, cut each loaf into 6 equal pieces. Pinch the
ends of each roll and taper slightly. Bake at 4001= for 15 to 20 minutes.
Makes 12 rolls.
TIP: If desired, sprinkle
Sesame seeds
glazed
loaves before baking with one of the following:
Poppy seeds
Caraway seeds
Cracked wheat
Rye flakes
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IBAGELS
BAGELS
f
Dough
Water
Lemon
Sugar
Salt
Bread
Active
I
6 Bagels
(801=/27_C)
Juice
Flour
DryYeast
1 cup
1 tsp
1_ tbsp
1 tsp
3 cups
2¼ tsp
Glaze:
Egg, Beaten
Toppings:
Sesame Seeds, Poppy Seeds, Cracked Wheat,
Wheat Flakes or Dried Onion Flakes
(optional)
J
Method
1. Remove the bread pan from the breadmaker. Attach the kneading blade on the shaft of the bread
pan. Place the ingredients into the bread pan, in the order listed.
2. Place the bread pan into the breadmaker; close the lid.
3. Select Dough Program. (Timer cannot be used with the Dough Program.) Press START.
4. When the beeper sounds 8 times, press STOP. Remove the dough from the bread pan.
5. Divide the dough into 6 equal pieces. Form each piece of dough into a ball. Make a hole in the center of each ball with thumbs and stretch until smooth and hole is about one to two inches.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Place Bagels on a greased baking
Preheat oven to 4251=. In a 3-quart
heat to boiling. Place a few bagels
Remove with slotted spoon. Place
Brush with beaten egg and sprinkle
minutes, until deep golden brown.
Cool on wire rack.
sheet. Cover and let rise for 10 minutes.
saucepan, comb ine 2 quarts water and 2 tablespoons sugar;
at a time in boiling water. Simmer 3 minutes, turning once.
Bagels back on greased baking sheet.
with choice of toppings, if desired. Bake at 4001 = for 20 to 25
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BANANA WHEAT BAGELS
I BANANA WHEAT BAGELS I
f
Dough
12 Bagels
Egg (room temperature) +
enough Water (801=/27_C) to equal
Oil
Lemon Juice
Salt
Honey
Mashed Banana
Whole Wheat Flour
Bread Flour
Active Dry Yeast
1
1 cup
2 tbsp
1 tsp
1½ tsp
1 tbsp
½ cup
2_ cups
1 cup
2¼ tsp
Glaze:
Egg White, Beaten
Toppings:
Poppy Seeds, Sesame
Seeds (optional)
J
Method
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Remove the bread pan from the breadmaker. Attach the kneading blade on the shaft of the bread
pan. Place the ingredients into the bread pan, in the order listed.
Place the bread pan into the breadmaker; close the lid.
Select Dough Program.
(Timer cannot be used with the Dough Program.) Press START.
When the beeper sounds 8 times, press STOR Remove the dough from the bread pan. Divide
dough into 4 parts. Divide each fourth into 3 pieces. Shape each piece into a smooth ball. Punch a
hole in the center with a finger and gently pull dough to make a one to two-inch hole. Place bagels
on a greased baking sheet. Cover and let rise for 10 minutes.
In a 3-quart saucepan, combine 2 quarts water and 2 tablespoons sugar; heat to boiling. Place a
few bagels at a time in boiling water. Simmer 3 minutes, turning once. Remove with slotted spoon.
Place on greased cookie sheet. Brush tops with 1 egg white slightly beaten; sprinkle with poppy or
sesame seeds. Bake in a preheated 4001 = oven for 20 to 25 minutes or until deep golden brown.
Cool on wire rack.
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ILEBANESE
LEBANESE
F
PITA POCKETS
10 Pita Pockets
Dough
Water
Oil
Lemon
Salt
Sugar
Whole
Active
I
PITA POCKETS
(801=/27!3)
Juice
Wheat Flour
Dry Yeast
1 cup + 3 tbsp
1 tbsp
1 tsp
1 _ tsp
_ tsp
3 cups
21/_tsp
Method
1. Remove the bread pan from the breadmaker. Attach the kneading blade on the shaft of the bread
pan. Place the ingredients into the bread pan, in the order listed.
2. Place the bread pan into the breadmaker; close the lid.
3. Select Dough Program. (Timer cannot be used with the Dough Program.) Press START.
4. When the beeper sounds 8 times, press STOR Remove the dough from the bread pan. Place onto
a slightly floured surface. Divide into 2 parts. Divide each half into 5 pieces. Shape each piece into
a smooth ball; roll each ball to a 5-inch circle. Cover; let rise 30 minutes.
5. Place 5 circles on a large cooling rack. Place cooling rack on oven rack. Bake at 5001= for 5 minutes until puffed and tops just begin to brown.
6. Remove from oven and from hot rack; cool. Cut circles in half; fill. Repeat items 5 and 6 with
remaining circles.
Tip: The rolling and baking instructions
the "pocket."
should be carefully
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followed to be sure the bread bakes with
I
SOFT PRETZELS
I
f
Dough
SOFT PRETZELS
I
16 Pretzels
Water (801=/27!3)
Oil
Lemon Juice
Sugar
Salt
Egg Yolk
White Pepper
Bread Flour
Active Dry Yeast
1 ¼ cups
1 tbsp
1 tsp
2 tbsp
1 tsp
1
¼ tsp
3_& cups
1 tbsp
Glaze
Egg White
Water
Kosher Salt or Sesame
1
1 tbsp
Seeds
J
Method
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Remove bread pan from the breadmaker. Attach the kneading blade on the shaft of the bread pan.
Place the dough ingredients into the bread pan.
Place the bread pan into the breadmaker; close the lid.
Select Dough Program. (Timer cannot be used with the Dough Program.) Press START.
When the beeper sounds 8 times, press STOR Preheat the oven to 3751=.
Punch the dough down. On a lightly floured surface, cut the dough into 16 equal pieces. Roll each
piece of dough into a rope about 16-inches long. Shape each rope into a pretzel. (Cross the ends
of the rope to make a loop; twist the crossed ends once and fold across the loop.)
Place the pretzels on a greased baking sheet 1_ inches apart. Brush with combined egg white and
water. Sprinkle with salt or sesame seeds. Bake at 3751= for 15 to 20 minutes or until golden
brown.
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PIZZA
I
f
Dough
1Twelve
Water (801=/27_C)
Lemon Juice
_4 cup
1 tsp
ltbsp+
1½ tsp
tsp
2 cups
2 tsp
Oil, preferably
Sugar
Salt
Bread Flour
Olive Oil
Active DryYeast
Pizza Sauce
Grated Mozzarella
I
PIZZA
Inch Pizza
ltsp
Cheese
Sliced Pepperoni
Chopped Peppers
Sliced Mushrooms
Sliced Olives
Chopped Onions
Bacon Pieces
Method
1. Remove bread pan from the breadmaker. Attach
Place the dough ingredients into the bread pan
2. Place the bread pan into the breadmaker; close
3. Select Dough Program.
(Timer cannot be used
4. When the beeper sounds 8 times, press STOP.
oven to 4251=.
the kneading blade on the shaft of the bread pan.
in the order listed.
the lid.
with the Dough Program.) Press START.
Remove the dough from the bread pan. Preheat the
5.
Press pizza dough into a 12-inch pizza pan or a 13-inch x 9-inch greased pan, raising edges of
dough.
6. Spread pizza sauce over the dough. Sprinkle with cheese and other toppings as desired.
7. Bake the pizza at 4251 = for 20 to 25 minutes or until crust is golden brown around edges.
Makes 1 Pizza
Variations
Medium Pizzas: Shape the dough into two 8 inch circles, raising the edges of the dough. Place on
greased baking sheet. Spread with sauce, cheese and other desired toppings. Bake at 4251= for 20 to
25 minutes. Makes 2 pizzas.
Small Individual
Follow directions
Pizzas: Shape the dough into four 5 inch circles, raising the edge of the dough.
above. Bake at 4251= for 15 to 20 minutes. Makes 4 pizzas.
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IWHOLE WHEAT PIZZA
I
f
1 Twelve
Dough
Water
Oil
Lemon
Salt
Whole
Bread
Active
WHOLE WHEAT PIZZA
(801=/27_C)
Juice
Wheat Flour
Flour
DryYeast
I
Inch Pizza
1 cup
2 tbsp
1 tsp
1 tsp
1 cup
1_ cups
2¼ tsp
Method
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Remove bread pan from the breadmaker. Attach the kneading blade on the shaft of the bread pan.
Place the dough ingredients into the bread pan in the order listed.
Place the bread pan into the breadmaker; close the lid.
Select Dough Program. (Timer cannot be used with the Dough Program.) Press START.
When the beeper sounds 8 times, press STOP. Remove the dough from the bread pan. Divide
dough in half and press each half onto a 12" round pizza pan. (Sprinkle pans with 1 tablespoon
each of cornmeal if desired.) Generously prick dough with a fork.
Place the pizza pans into a preheated 4001 = oven for 10-12 minutes or just until edges of crust
begin to turn a light golden brown. Remove from oven and add desired toppings. (See below for
suggestions).
Return pizza to oven and bake 15-20 minutes.
Suggested
Toppings:
12 oz. thinly sliced Provolone cheese
2 cloves garlic, minced
1 cup thick pizza or spaghetti sauce
1 lb. bulk Italian sausage, browned and well drained
2 teaspoons dried Italian herb seasoning, crushed
2 cans (2¼ oz. each) sliced mushrooms, drained
_4 cup coarsely chopped green pepper
1 package (3½ oz.) sliced pepperoni
10 oz. Mozzarella cheese, shredded (about 2½ cups)
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ICHEEZY GARLIC ROLLS
I
f
CHEEZY
GARLIC
Dough
18 Rolls
Egg (room temperature)
+ enough Water to equal
Lemon Juice
Oil
1
1 cup
1 tsp
2 tbsp
Sugar
Salt
Bread Flour
Active Dry Yeast
_4 cup
1 tsp
3_ cups
11½tsp
Topping:
Parmesan Cheese
Garlic, finely minced
Butter, melted
½ cup
1_ tbsp
3 tbsp
ROLLS
I
J
Method
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Remove bread pan from the breadmaker. Attach the kneading blade on the shaft of the bread pan.
Place the dough ingredients into the bread pan in the order listed.
Place the bread pan into the breadmaker; close the lid.
Select Dough Program. (Timer cannot be used with the Dough Program.) Press START.
When the beeper sounds 8 times, press STOP. Remove the dough from the bread pan. Punch
down and divide into 18 equal pieces.
Combine cheese and garlic. Dip dough pieces in melted butter and then dip in cheese-garlic
mixture. Arrange in well-greased
13 x 9-inch baking dish. Cover and let rise in warm, draft-free place,
45 minutes or until doubled in size.
Bake in preheated 3251 = oven 35 to 40 minutes, or until golden brown.
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IFOCCACIA
BREAD
I
f
Dough
Water (80°F/27_C)
Lemon Juice
Olive Oil
Salt
Sugar
Bread Flour
Yeast
FOCCACIA
BREAD
I
1 Loaf
1 cup
1 tsp
1 tbsp
1 tsp
1 tbsp
3 cups
2¼ tsp
Topping:
Fresh rosemary, finely chopped
Fresh chives, finely chopped
Garlic, finely minced
Olive Oil
¼ cup
¼ cup
2 tbsp
2 tbsp
J
Method
1. Remove bread pan from the breadmaker. Attach the kneading blade on the shaft of the bread pan.
Place the dough ingredients into the bread pan in the order listed.
2. Place the bread pan into the breadmaker; close the lid.
3. Select Dough Program. (Timer cannot be used with the Dough Program.) Press START.
4. When the beeper sounds 8 times, press STOP. Remove the dough from the bread pan.
5. Punch down, roll into a ball and flatten into a 10 inch circle. Place on a baking sheet. Cover dough
liberally with olive oil. Sprinkle fresh herbs and garlic over the dough.
6. Bake in preheated 425°F oven for 20 to 35 minutes or until golden brown. Serve with pasta or cut
into diamonds and serve as an appetizer.
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CHALLAH
BRAID
I
f
CHALLAH
BRAID
I
Dough
Regular
Large
Egg (room temperature)
+ enough Water (80°F/27_C) to equal
Lemon Juice
Oil
1
_4 cup
1 tsp
2 tbsp
1
1 cup + 1 tbsp
1 tsp
3 tbsp
Sugar
Salt
Bread Flour
Active Dry Yeast
1½ tbsp
1 tsp
2 cups
1 tsp
2 tbsp
1_ tsp
3¼ cups
1 _ tsp
Egg Yolk, beaten
Water
1
1 tbsp
1
1 tbsp
Topping:
Poppy Seeds
1 tsp
1 tbsp
Glaze:
J
Method
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Remove bread pan from the breadmaker. Attach the kneading blade on the shaft of the bread pan.
Place the dough ingredients into the bread pan in the order listed.
Place the bread pan into the breadmaker; close the lid.
Select Dough Program.
(Timer cannot be used with the Dough Program.) Press START.
When the beeper sounds 8 times, press STOP. Remove the dough from the bread pan. Place on a
lightly floured surface.
Divide dough into thirds, making 3, (10 inch-regular),
(13 inch-large) ropes with tapered ends.
Pinch ropes together at one end, braid together, pinching together at other end and secure braid.
Transfer braided dough to greased baking sheet; let rise until doubled in size, about 45 minutes.
Combine glaze ingredients and brush onto braid. Sprinkle with poppy seeds. Bake in preheated
3751= oven for 25 minutes or until golden brown.
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CINNAMON
ROLLS
I
f
CINNAMON
Dough
Egg (room temperature)
+ enough Water (801=/27_C) to equal
Lemon Juice
Oil
Salt
Sugar
Bread Flour
Active Dry Yeast
Filling:
Butter, softened
Sugar
Cinnamon
Walnuts, finely chopped
Raisins (optional)
ROLLS
I
16 Rolls
1
1cup
1 tsp
3 tbsp
1 tsp
_4 cup
3_ cups
1½ tsp
½ cup
¼ cup
2 tbsp
¼ cup
¼ cup
Glaze:
Powdered Sugar
Water or Milk
Vanilla
½ cup
3 tbsp
_ tsp
J
Method
1. Remove bread pan from the breadmaker. Attach the kneading blade on the shaft of the bread pan.
Place the dough ingredients into the bread pan in the order listed.
2. Place the bread pan into the breadmaker; close the lid.
3. Select Dough Program. (Timer cannot be used with the Dough Program.) Press START.
4. When the beeper sounds 8 times, press STOP. Remove the dough from the bread pan.
5. Punch down; roll into a 12 x 16-inch rectangle. Spread with _4 cup butter. Combine remaining filling
ingredients and sprinkle over butter. Roll up tightly, jelly-roll style, starting at the 12-inch side. Cut
into one inch pieces.
6. Place in 2 greased 9-inch square pans about ½-inch apart. Let stand in warm, draft-free place for
one hour, or until doubled in size.
7. Bake in preheated 3501 = oven for 25 to 30 minutes or until golden brown.
8. Mix together Glaze ingredients until smooth and drizzle over top of warm rolls.
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I
ISTICKY BREAKFAST ROLLS
I STICKY
f
Dough
BREAKFAST
ROLLS I
12 Rolls
Egg (room temperature)
+ enough Water (801=/27_C) to equal
Lemon Juice
Oil
Salt
Sugar
Bread Flour
Active Dry Yeast
1
1 ¼ cups
1 tsp
3;4 tsp
1 tsp
¼ cup
3_ cups
1½ tsp
Filling:
Butter, softened
Sugar
Cinnamon
½ cup
¼ cup
1 tbsp
Walnuts
½ cup
or Pecans, chopped
Topping:
Butter, melted
Light Brown Sugar
% cup
% cup
Method
1. Remove bread pan from the breadmaker. Attach the kneading blade on the shaft of the bread pan.
Place the dough ingredients into the bread pan in the order listed.
2. Place the bread pan into the breadmaker; close the lid.
3. Select Dough Program. (Timer cannot be used with the Dough Program.) Press START.
4. When the beeper sounds 8 times, press STOP. Remove the dough from the bread pan.
5. On a lightly floured surface roll into 12 x 16-inch rectangle. Spread with the _ cup butter. Mix
together cinnamon, sugar and nuts; sprinkle generously over buttered dough. Roll up tightly, jellyroll style, starting at the 12-inch side. Cut roll into 12, 1-inch slices.
6. Combine Topping mixture and spread into a 13 x 9 inch baking dish. Carefully place roll slices on
top of mixture. Let rise in warm, draft-free place, 30 minutes or until doubled in size.
7. Bake in preheated 3501 = oven 35 to 40 minutes or until golden brown. Let cool 1 minute. Invert
onto heatproof serving platter or tray. Serve warm.
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ALMOND-CHERRY
I
f
COFFEE CAKE
ALMOND-CHERRY
COFFEE
CAKE
I
Dough
Water (801=/27!3)
Lemon Juice
Oil
Dry Milk
Salt
Sugar
Bread Flour
Active DryYeast
1 cup
1 tsp
1 tbsp
1 tbsp
_4 tsp
11_ tbsp
31,4cups
11½tsp
Filling:
Cream Cheese (8 oz.), at room temperature
Sugar
Chopped Maraschino Cherries
Milk
Almond Extract
1 package
2 tbsp
_&cup
1 tbsp
tsp
Glaze:
Powdered Sugar
Sour Cream
Milk
Sliced Almonds, to decorate
Cherries, quartered, to decorate
½ cup
1 tbsp
1~2 tbsp
2 tbsp
2 tbsp
J
Method
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Remove bread pan from the breadmaker. Attach the kneading blade on the shaft of the bread pan.
Place the dough ingredients into the bread pan in the order listed.
Place the bread pan into the breadmaker; close the lid.
Select Dough Program. (Timer cannot be used with the Dough Program.) Press START.
Meanwhile in a small bowl, combine the filling ingredients; blend well.
When the beeper sounds 8 times, press STOP. Remove the dough from the bread pan.
Punch dough down. On a floured surface, roll the dough into a 15 x 10-inch rectangle. Spread the
cream cheese mixture evenly over the dough to within ½-inch of the edges. Starting with the
longest side, roll the dough up tightly, pressing the edges to seal.
Place the roll, seam-side down on a greased baking sheet. Join the ends to form a ring; pinch to
seal.With scissors or a small sharp knife, cut from the outside edge of the ring to within 1 inch of
the inside of the ring, making cuts 1_ inches apart. Turn each section on its side so filling shows.
Cover loosely with plastic wrap. Let rise for 40 minutes or until almost doubled in size. Preheat the
oven to 3751=.
9.
Uncover the dough. Bake at 3751= for 20 to 25 minu tes or until deep golden brown. Cool slightly;
remove from pan.
10. In a small bowl, combine the first three glaze ingredients, adding only enough milk for drizzling
consistency. Drizzle over the warm coffee cake. Decorate with almonds and cherries. Serve warm.
Makes
10 to 12 servings.
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BEFORE REQUESTING
SERVICE
• Problems and Solutions
The consistence of the dough can be checked while it is mixing after the first 5 minutes. Dough should
appear pliable and elastic. If too dry, add water one teaspoon at a time. If dough is too moist, add flour,
one tablespoon at a time.
f
PROBLEMS
SOLUTIONS
Dough does not rise enough.
•
•
•
•
Liquids are too hot (above 1051=/30~40°C)
Inactive yeast; or not enough yeast
Ingredients are too cold
Too much salt
Bread flops over sides of pan.
• Too much dough
• Bread has over risen (reduce
• Too much sugar
amount of yeast slightly)
Crust pale in color.
• Not enough sugar
Bread does not keep well.
• Bread lasts up to 3 days if stored at room temperature
Free form loaves spread
shape instead of rise.
out or lose
• Dough too soft. Too much liquid
Bread falls during bake cycle.
• Bread over risen (reduce
slightly)
Bread has coarse texture; crumbly
• Bread has over risen (reduce
liquid slightly)
Bread has unusual aroma.
• Stale ingredients
Too much yeast
Sticky bread which slices unevenly.
amount of yeast and/or liquid
amount of yeast and/or
used
Always use a serrated bread knife
Allow bread to cool longer before slicing
• Service information
Please refer to warranty
statement
to determine
if in warranty
service
applies.
This appliance should be serviced by properly trained appliance repair technicians. Consult your local
phone directory yellow pages under "Appliances - Household - Small - Service and Repair" for your
nearest Toastmaster authorized service center or call 1-800-947-3744.
If an authorized service center is not available locally, your appliance may be returned
to our National Service Center at the address shown on the back of this book.
postage prepaid
Products must be adequately protected to avoid shipping damage for repair or replacement at our
option. We suggest you surround your appliance with three inches of protective padding. Please include
a note explaining the problem you have experienced -- it helps us to properly service your product and
speed its return to you. Product must be returned postage prepaid and we recommend insuring your
package.
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[] Before Calling for Sewice,
Please Check the Following:
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not mixing
Sides 01
Bread
FiS£S
tOO
muchJ
bottom is
srneH
0
0
Unplugged
=
Oven area is too hot (Display H1)
0
Ingredients spilled on heating element
0
Sr_lo:ke
emitted
from
steam
Start/Stop button was pressed after mixing
LU
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Top lid was open during baking
Program
0
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<
selection
was wrong
Bread left in pan too long after baking
|
0
Bread sliced just after baking (_o.mwas
._t
allowed to escape)
_.,
t
Water added after kneading
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Kneading
blade not properly
attached
Not enough
Flour
i
0
Too much
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Not enough
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iii
Yeast
0
Too much
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=:0
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No yeast
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0
Too much
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No sugar, honey or molasses
0
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Ingredients used other than recommended
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Old flour used
Ruur
1=,
Wrong _pe of flour used
O
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i
Yeasttouched water before kneading
Ye_t
Old yeast used
Wrong type of yeast used
Temperature of water was either too hot or too cold
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0
0
|
Collapsed
after
over-rising
l
Unleavened
Bread
doesn't rise
enough
Top of bread
floured
or not leavened
Underbrowned
enough
Underbaked
Baked
unevenly
and is
Browned
and
floured
sides,
and wet
sticky
V
0
0
0
0
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0
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0
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0
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0
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• Questions
f
and Answers
for the Breadmaker
Answers
Questions
Why does the height and
shape of bread differ in
each use?
The bread has an unusual
odor, why?
The
kneading
comes
out with blade
the
bread.
The bread has a floured
corner.
5
Timer cannot be used for
6
Can ingredients be
halved or doubled?
DOUGH
program.Why?
Can fresh milk be used
in place of dry milk?
The height and shape of bread may differ depending on the
ingredients, room temperature and length of the timer cycle.
Also accurate measurement
of ingredients is essential to
make delicious bread.
Stale ingredients may have been used or too much yeast
may have been used. Always use fresh ingredients.
Accurate measurements
are essential to make delicious
bread.
This can happen as the kneading
a non-metal utensil to remove it.
Caution:
The kneading
blade is detachable.
Use
blade will be hot.
Sometimes flour in the corner of the bread pan may not
have been completely kneaded into the dough. Scrape it off
with a knife.
The breadmaker
etc.
cannot shape individual
rolls, doughnuts,
If there is too little in the bread pan, the kneading blade
cannot knead well enough. If there is too much, bread
swells out of the bread pan.
Yes. Be sure to deduct the same measurement
of water to
equal any liquid substitution.
Fresh milk is not recommended
when using the timer, because it may spoil while sitting in the
bread pan.
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• Display Signals
When the START
pad is pressed:
Display
Reason
How to reset
The oven area is too hot
When the oven area has
(above 40_/1051=). This
may occur during continuous
[
cooled, press STOP pad and
start again.
use.
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During
operation
f
During operation the
remaining time displays as follows:
There has been an interruption in the power supply
(unplugging of the power
cord, or malfunctioning
of a
household fuse or breaker).
REMAINING TIME
Remove the dough and start
again using all new ingredients.
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SPECIFICATIONS
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Power supply
Power
A.C 120 V 60 Hz
Heater
550W
Consumption
Kneading
Dimension
Motor
100W
(WxDxH)
13_4"x 10¼"xl 3" (35.0x26.0x33.0cm)
Weight
APPROX
Timer
Fuse
APPROX
Main Heater Protector
Kneading
8.0kg)
13 hours digital timer
Cord
Thermal
18 Ibs (Approx.
3' 11" (1.2M)
3781 = / 192°C
Motor Protector
248F / 120C
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MEMO
MEMO
ONE YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
Toastmaster Inc. warrants this product, to original purchaser,
free of defects in material and workmanship.
for one year from purchase
date to be
This warranty is the only written or express warranty given by Toastmaster Inc.This warranty gives
you specific legal rights.You may have other rights which vary from state to state. ANY OTHER
RIGHT WHICH YOU MAY HAVE, INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY
OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE IS LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE DURATION OF
THIS WARRANTY.
Defective product may be brought or sent (freight prepaid) to an authorized service center listed in
the phone book, or to Service Department, Toastmaster Inc.,708 South Missouri St., Macon, MO,
63552 for free repair or replacement at our option.
Your remedy does not include: cost of inconvenience,
damage due to product failure, transportation
damages, misuse, abuse accident or the like, or commercial use. IN NO EVENT SHALL TOASTMASTER INC. BE LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES.
Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, or allow the exclusion
limitation of incidental or consequential
damages, so the above limitations or exclusions may not
apply to you.
or
For information, write Consumer Claims Manager, at the Macon address. Send name, address,
zip, telephone area code and daytime number, model, serial number, and purchase date.
KEEP DATED SALES RECEIPT
FOR WARRANTY
SERVICE.
Keep this booklet. Record the following for reference:
Date purchased
Model number
Toastmaster
Inc.
National Service Center
200 Vine Street
Boonville, Missouri 65233
Telephone:
This symbol on the product's nameplate
means it is Listed by
UNDERWRITERS
LABORATORIES INC.
Consumer Service 1-800-947-3744
Parts 1-800-947-3745
Hours: 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p,m. CST
LG INC.
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P/NO.: 3874FB3059F
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