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How to Enjoy the Zojirushi Home Bakery
Recipes
BBCC – S15
RECIPE BOOK
CONTENTS
Introduction:
The Secret Ingredients for Success
Hints on the Use of the Home Bakery
Breadwinners:
Yeast Breads
Tips on Dark Breads
Creating Your Own Yeast Breads
Special Crusts for Yeast Breads
Bread Recipes:
Basic White Bread
Half Loaf White Bread
Raisin Bread
Dill Bread
Crusty French Bread
Rye Bread
Pumpernickel Bread
Potato Bread
Cheese ‘N” Onion Bread
Pizza Dough with Beer/Shaping Variations
Butter-Rich Roll & Dough/Shaping Variations
Hearty Oatmeal Loaf
Granary Loaf
Rita’s Russian Kulich
Quick Breads
Creating Your Own Quick Bread Recipes
Quick Bread Recipes:
Banana Bread
Strawberry or Peach Bread
Spiced Zucchini Bread
Citrus Fruit Bread
Classic Cakes & Toppings:
Creating Your Own Cake Recipies
Cake Recipes:
Chocolate Fudge Cake
Black Forest Cake
Dutch Apple Cake
Shortcut Devils Food Cake
Carrot Cake with Pineapple Frosting
Jams in a Jiffy
Creating Your Own Jams
Jam Recipes:
Cinnamon Apple Butter
Apricot Pineapple Jam
Any Berry Jam
Citrus Marmalade
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INTRODUCTION
Introduction
The “Secret” Ingredients for Success
If baking bread and cakes has always been a mystery to you, you’ll be pleasantly surprised to find how
easily the Home Bakery can make you a great baker! The recipes outlined in this book have been
carefully tested, but there are a few tips we would like to pass on to you to ensure success every time.
The most important tip is to follow the directions in the recipes exactly. Use the ingredients specified in
the recipes; once you become familiar with what the Home Bakery can do, you will be able to invent
your own delectable breads and cakes.
Hints on the use of the Home Bakery
• Better results will be achieved when ordinary active dried baking yeast is used as opposed to the new
fast rise yeast.
• Always place your ingredients into the baking pan in such a way that the yeast is not touching the
liquid e.g., milk, water, sugar, butter, salt, flour (which forms the barrier), then sprinkle the measured
dried yeast over it.
• The Zojirushi Home Bakery automatically pre-heats the liquids to the proper temperature before the
mixture goes through the first kneading process. The machine will determine if the liquid is at the
correct temperature for mixing and if this is the case, the machine will automatically skip the preheating process and start to mix immediately.
• Bread containing all white flour will have a higher rising than those containing darker flours. Be sure
not to use too large a recipe size to avoid overflowing your pan or having the top portion uncooked.
• Some of the problems which you may encounter are as follows and below are some solutions which
should overcome these problems:-
• Dough rises too high, then collapses – Dough rose too long; Not enough salt; Too much sugar
and/or yeast.
• Loaf has a strong yeast flavour – Too much yeast was used.
• Loaf has an uneven top – Not enough liquid.
• Loaf does not rise – Type of flour is low in gluten resulting in a small, dense loaf; or too much salt;
or not enough sugar or yeast.
• Pale in colour – Not enough sugar.
• Yeast: Active dry yeast is used in all recipes that call for yeast. Allinsons Active Dried Yeast is
available in tubs from most supermarkets and is quite adequate for the recipes. The specially
formulated “fast” yeast can be substituted when using the “QUICK BAKING” setting.
• Baking Powder: Leavening used in quick breads and cakes. This type of leavening does not require
rising time before baking; the chemical action works during baking.
• Baking Soda: Another leavening agent not to be confused or substituted with baking powder. It also
does not require rising time before baking; the chemical action works when liquid ingredients are
added.
• Butter or Margarine: The use of butter or margarine “shortens” or tenderizes the texture of yeast
breads. French bread gets its unique crust and texture from the lack of butter added; but breads that
call for butter stay fresher longer.
• Eggs: Whole eggs add richness and velvety texture to bread doughs and cakes. Use extra-large size
egs in these recipes.
• Milk: For extra rich doughs, milk adds texture and flavour. Water with dry milk is an acceptable
substitute.
• Salt: Salt is absolutely necessary to balance the flavour of breads and cakes, as well as for the crust
colour that develops during baking.
• Sugar: As important as the salt for colour and flavour of breads and cakes.
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BREADWINNERS
Breadwinners
Breadwinners
Yeast Breads
Yeast Breads
Tips on
Dark Breads
Creating Your
Own Yeast Breads
Special Crusts for
Yeast Breads
Nothing is more satisfying or more rewarding than the heady aroma of freshly baked bread. With your
Home Bakery, you can have it anytime! All of the mystery has been taken out of the bread baking ritual
– the mixing, kneading, rising and even the baking. Now you can choose your favourite recipe,
measuring the ingredients into the Home Bakery, and experience a perfect, fragrant loaf every time.
Besides preparing and baking fresh bread from start to finish, the Home Bakery can also mix, knead and
proof dough that you can then shape and bake yourself in a conventional oven. So if you would like to
make a long and crusty French Bread, cinnamon rolls or pizza crust with the convenience of the Home
Bakery, it is all possible with the easy recipes in this chapter.
Tips on Dark Breads
Breads made with whole-grain flours such as whole wheat or whole meal require a bit more tender
loving care to ensure that they achieve the height of deliciousness. That is why some of our recipes call
for the “HOME MADE MENU” which allows you to selectively set the kneading and rising time for
perfect results. If you have never used this feature, consult our Home Bakery operating instructions
booklet for the simple steps. You will note that the whole-grain recipes call for white flour also which is
necessary to achieve the best tasting, best looking loaf.
Creating Your Own Yeast Breads
Here are some additional tips:• Always use strong bread flour as this will provide the best quality bread.
• In general, most bread recipes found in cookbooks are based on 6 – 7 cups of flour and gives two
loaves of bread. These recipes can be successfully halved to be made in the Home Bakery.
• Adding ingredients such as fruits, nuts and shredded cheese can easily be done using the “RAISIN
BREAD” setting which programs the machine to signal you with a “beep” when it is time to add the
extra ingredients. Again, check the recipes for guidelines on how much of these ingredients you can
add to your doughs. Be aware that additions like these tend to make doughs heavier and somewhat
coarser in texture.
• When using “fast” yeast, be sure to select the “Quick Baking” course to eliminate one rising period. It
will shorten the start to finish time considerably.
• The “DOUGH SETTING” course is great for mixing, kneading and proofing (allowing dough to rise)
richer doughs like croissant and brioche doughs. Use the Home Bakery to prepare these doughs so all
you need to do is shape and bake them according to your recipe.
Special Crusts for Yeast Breads
Give your just baked breads a nice finishing touch by trying one of these quick ideas as soon as you
remove your bread from the Home Bakery.
• Egg Glaze: Beat together one egg and one tablespoon water and brush generously over the loaf.
• Melted Butter Crust: Brush melted butter over just-baked bread for a soft tender crust.
• Milk Glaze: For a soft, shiny crust, brush just-baked breads with milk or cream.
• Sweet Icing Glaze: Mix one cup sifted icing sugar with one to two tablespoons milk to make a glaze
consistency; drizzle over raisin bread or sweet breads.
• Sesame Seed/Caraway Seed: Sprinkle one of these generously over breads just glazed with egg glaze
or melted butter.
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BREAD RECIPES
Bread Recipes
Basic White Bread
Half Loaf
White Bread
Raisin Bread
Dill Bread
Basic White Bread
1-3/4 cups water (15 fl oz)
2 tablespoons butter or margarine
2 tablespoons sugar
1 teaspoon salt
4-3/4 cups strong white bread flour (1 lb 6 oz)
1 teaspoon active dried yeast
Method
Into baking pan, measure water, butter, sugar,
salt and 3 cups flour. Sprinkle yeast over flour.
Insert pan securely into unit and close lid.
Select “BASIC WHITE BREAD” setting.
Press “MEDIUM” for baking degree setting.
Then press “START”. Once the “KNEAD 1”
process has been operating for some time, then
add the remainder of the flour gradually to
ensure total mixing of the ingredients.
(NOTE: This recipe is not suitable for use on
the timer facility).
The “COMPLETE” light will flash when
bread is done. Using oven gloves, remove pan
from unit, pull out kneading rod and turn bread
onto a cooling rack. Cool before slicing.
HALF LOAF WHITE BREAD
Make this recipe when just a small loaf of
bread will do.
1 cup water (9 fl oz)
1 tablespoon butter or margarine
1 tablespoon sugar
1/2 teaspoon salt
2-5/8 cups strong white bread flour (10 oz)
1 teaspoon active dried yeast
Method
Into baking pan, measure water, butter, sugar,
salt and flour. Sprinkle yeast over flour. Insert
pan securely into unit and close lid. Select
“BASIC WHITE BREAD” setting. Press
“MEDIUM” for baking degree setting. Then
press “START”. The “COMPLETE” light will
flash when bread is done.
Using oven gloves, remove pan from unit, pull
out kneading rod and turn bread onto a cooling
rack. Cool before slicing.
RAISIN BREAD
DILL BREAD
Method
Method
1-1/8 cups water
2 tablespoons sugar
2 tablespoons butter or margarine
1 teaspoon salt
3 cups strong white bread flour
2-1/2 teaspoons active dried yeast
At Beep: add 3/4 cup Raisins
Into baking pan, measure water, sugar,
margarine, salt and flour. Sprinkle yeast over
flour. Insert pan securely into unit and close
lid. Select “RAISIN BREAD” setting and
“MEDIUM” baking degree setting. Press
“START”. When the beep sounds after about
30 minutes, open lid and add the raisins. Close
lid. The “COMPLETE” light will flash when
bread is done.
Using oven gloves, remove pan from unit, pull
out kneading rod and turn bread out onto a
cooling rack. Cool before slicing.
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1 cup water (9 fl oz)
1 tablespoon butter or margarine
1 tablespoon sugar
1/2 teaspoon salt
1-1/2 teaspoons Dillweed
2-5/8 cups strong white bread flour (10 oz)
1 teaspoon active dried yeast
Into baking pan, measure water, butter, sugar,
salt, dillweed and flour. Sprinkle yeast over
flour. Insert pan securely into unit and close
lid. Select “BASIC WHITE BREAD” setting.
Press “START”. The “COMPLETE” light will
flash when bread is done.
Using oven gloves, remove pan from unit, pull
out kneading rod and turn bread out onto
cooling rack. Cool slightly before slicing.
Serve warm or cool.
BREAD RECIPES
Bread Recipes
CRUSTY FRENCH BREAD
Variation using
"Home Made Menu"
function
1 cup water
1 tablespoon sugar
1 teaspoon salt
1 tablespoon olive oil
1 teaspoon honey
1-1/2 cups light plain flour (McDougalls)
1-1/2 cups strong white bread flour
2 teaspoons active dried yeast
Rye Bread
Method
Crusty French Bread
Pumpernickel Bread
Into baking pan, measure water, honey, salt,
olive oil, sugar and flour. Sprinkle yeast over
flour. Insert pan securely into unit and close
lid. Select “FRENCH BREAD” setting and
press “START”. The “COMPLETE” light will
flash when bread is finished. Using oven
gloves remove pan from unit, pull out
kneading rod and turn bread out onto cooling
rack. Slice when cool.
RYE BREAD
Again, use the “HOME MADE MENU”
setting to ensure a light, perfectly risen loaf.
1-1/4 cups water
2 tablespoons utter or margarine
2 tablespoons brown sugar
1 teaspoon salt
3 cups strong white bread flour
2/3 cup rye flour
(Nature’s Harvest – Holland & Barrett)
1 teaspoon active dried yeast
Method
Into baking pan measure water, butter or
margarine, brown sugar, salt and flours.
Sprinkle yeast over flour. Insert pan securely
into unit and close lid. Select “BASIC
WHITE BREAD” course set timing and
“MEDIUM” baking degree setting.
Press “HOME MADE MENU” key and panel
will indicate “Knead 1”. Allow 20 minutes for
kneading. Press “HOME MADE MENU” key
and panel indicates “REST”. Allow 20
minutes. Continue pressing “HOME MADE
MENU” key to proceed to next stage. For
“Knead 2” allow 1 minute. For “Rise 1” allow
1 hour. For “Rise 2” allow 1 hour 15 minutes
or until dough is almost double. Then press
“HOME MADE MENU” key again for
“BAKE” and bake for 40 to 45 minutes or
until loaf sounds hollow when lightly tapped.
Using oven gloves remove pan from unit, pull
out kneading rod and turn bread out onto
cooling rack. Cool before slicing.
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Variation using
“HOME MADE MENU” function.
Into baking pan measure water, honey, salt,
olive oil, sugar and flour. Sprinkle yeast over
flour. Insert pan securely into unit and close
lid. See the Operating Instruction booklet for
step-by-step procedures for “HOME MADE
MENU” operations. The following is a
suggested timing sequence of baking “Crusty
French Bread” using “HOME MADE MENU”
function:
Preheating
0-10 minutes
(depends on room temperature)
Knead
10 minutes
Rest
15 minutes
Knead 2
20 minutes
Rise 1
45 minutes
Rise 2
70 minutes
Baking
60 minutes
Cooling
30 minutes
You can modify the suggested timing sequence
as desired.
PUMPERNICKEL BREAD
It is again necessary to use the “HOME
MADE MENU” setting to adjust for extra
rising time for this loaf. See the Home Bakery
Operating Instruction Booklet for details on
using the “HOME MADE MENU” setting.
1-1/4 cups water
2 tablespoons utter or margarine
2 tablespoons light molasses
2 teaspoons coffee powder
2 teaspoons cocoa powder
1 teaspoon salt
3 cups strong white bread flour (12 ounces)
2/3 cup rye flour (1-1/4 ounces)
1 teaspoon active dried yeast
Method
Into baking pan measure water, butter or
margarine, molasses, coffee powder, cocoa
powder, salt and flours. Sprinkle yeast over
flour. Insert pan securely into unit and close
lid. Select “BASIC WHITE BREAD” course
setting and “MEDIUM” baking degree setting.
Press the “HOME MADE MENU” key and
continue as directed for the Rye Bread recipe
through to baking.
BREAD RECIPES
Bread Recipes
Potato Bread
Cheese "N"
Onion Bread
Pizza Dough
with Beer
POTATO BREAD
3/4 cup potato water
1/4 cup butter or margarine
1 egg
1/2 cup mashed potatoes
2 tablespoons sugar
1 teaspoon salt
3 cups strong white bread flour
2-1/2 teaspoons active dried yeast
Method
Start by boiling 1-2 peeled potatoes. Save the
water to use in the bread. Then mash the
potatoes, without milk or butter, and let cool to
lukewarm or room temperature.
Into baking pan measure water, butter or
margarine, egg, potatoes, sugar, salt and flour.
Sprinkle yeast over flour. Insert pan securely
into unit and close lid. Select “BASIC
WHITE BREAD” setting. Press “START”.
The “COMPLETE” light will flash when
bread is done.
Using oven gloves, remove pan from unit, pull
out kneading rod and turn bread out onto
cooling rack. Cool slightly before slicing.
Serve warm or cool.
PIZZA DOUGH WITH BEER
Beer adds a great texture and character to this
versatile pizza dough that you shape and bake
in your own oven. Use this dough to make
thin or thick crust pizza, rolls, pretzels or
breadsticks.
1 cup flat beer
2 tablespoons butter or margarine
2 tablespoons sugar
1 teaspoon salt
2-1/2 cups (10 ounces) plain white flour
1 teaspoon active dried yeast
Vegetable oil (optional)
Method
CHEESE ‘N’ ONION BREAD
1-1/4 cups milk
2 tablespoons butter or margarine
1 tablespoon sugar
1 teaspoon salt
1/4 teaspoon garlic powder
3-1/2 cups (14 ounces)
strong white bread flour
1 teaspoon active dried yeast
When beep sounds, add:
1/2 cup grated cheddar cheese
1/3 cup chopped spring onions
Method
Into baking pan measure milk, butter, sugar,
salt, garlic powder and flour. Sprinkle yeast
over flour. Insert pan securely into unit and
close lid. Select “LIGHT” baking degree
setting and “RAISIN BREAD” course setting.
Then press “START”. When beep sounds after
about 30 minutes, open lid and add cheese and
onions. Close lid. The “COMPLETE” light
will flash when bread is done.
Using oven gloves, remove pan from unit and
pull out kneading rod. Turn bread out onto
cooling rack. Cool slightly, slice warm or
cool.
Into baking pan pour beer and butter, add sugar and salt. Measure flour into pan and sprinkle yeast over
flour. Insert pan securely into unit and close lid. Select “DOUGH” setting and press “START”. The
“COMPLETE” light will flash when dough is finished.
Preheat your oven to 400˚F/185˚C for all shaping variations listed below. Remove pan from unit and
pull out kneading rod. Turn dough out onto lightly floured surface. Choose shaping method below to
shape dough. Brush lightly with vegetable oil, if desired. Cover dough and let stand for 15 minutes.
Bake as directed in each shaping variation until golden brown. Makes one 12 inch thick crust pizza, two
12 inch thin crust pizzas, 24 breadsticks, 16 rolls or 12 soft pretzels.
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BREAD RECIPES
Bread Recipes
Shaping Variations
Butter-Rich Roll &
Bread Dough
SHAPING VARIATIONS:
Thick Crust Pizza: With lightly floured
hands, press dough into a greased 12 inch
pizza pan forming a high edge. Brush crust
with oil and let stand as method directs. Spoon
tomato sauce or pizza sauce over dough, top
with desired toppings and cheese. Bake for 20
to 30 minutes or until filling is bubbly and
crust is golden.
Thin Crust Pizza: With lightly floured hands,
shape dough into a ball. Divide dough in half.
Press each half of dough into a greased 12 inch
pizza pan forming a 1 inch edge. Brush crust
with oil and let stand as method directs. Spoon
tomato sauce or pizza sauce over dough, top
with desired toppings and cheese. Bake for 20
to 30 minutes or until filling is bubbly and
crust is golden.
Crusty Rolls: Onto a lightly floured surface,
shape dough into a ball. Divide into quarters
and cut each quarter into 4 pieces. Shape each
piece into a flattened oval and place shaped
rolls 3 inches apart on a greased baking sheet.
Slash tops of rolls with a sharp knife. Continue
as method directs. Bake for 20 to 25 minutes.
Breadsticks: Follow shaping and baking
directions given for “Butter-Rich Roll and
Bread Dough” breadsticks variation.
Soft Pretzels: Follow shaping and baking
directions given for “Butter-Rich Roll and
Bread Dough” soft pretzels variation.
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BUTTER-RICH ROLL &
BREAD DOUGH
Designed for the “DOUGH” setting, this extrarich dough can be used to make sweet rolls or
breads that you shape and bake conventionally.
Use this mildly sweet dough as the basis for
sweet rolls or dinner breads – see shaping
variations below.
1 cup milk
1/2 cup butter or margarine, softened
1/4 cup sugar
2 large eggs, lightly beaten
3/4 teaspoon salt
4 cups strong white bread flour
1 teaspoon active dried yeast
Egg Glaze:
1 beaten egg
1 tablespoon water
Method
Into baking pan pour milk and butter, add
sugar, eggs and salt. Measure flour into pan
and sprinkle yeast over flour. Insert pan
securely into unit and close lid. Select
“DOUGH” setting and press “START”. The
“COMPLETE” light will flash when dough is
finish.
Preheat your oven to 375˚F/175˚C for all the
following variations. Remove pan from unit
and pull out kneading rod. Turn dough out
onto lightly floured surface. Choose shaping
method below to shape dough. For “Egg
Glaze” beat together egg and water. Brush
generously over shaped loaves or rolls. Cover
dough and let stand for 15 minutes. Bake as
directed in each shaping variation until golden
brown. Immediately remove from pans and
cool on racks. Makes about 24 rolls, 2 small 8
x 4 inch loaves or 24 breadsticks.
BREAD RECIPES
Bread Recipes
Shaping Variations
Hearty Oatmeal
Loaf
Granary Loaf
SHAPING VARIATIONS
Traditional Loaf: With lightly floured hands, divide dough in half and shape each half into loaf shape.
Place in 2 greased 8 x 4 inch loaf pans. Continue as method directs. Bake for 25 to 3 minutes. Makes 2
loaves.
Pan Rolls: On a lightly floured surface, shape dough into a ball. Divide into quarters. Cut each quarter
into 6 pieces. Shape each piece into a ball and place one ball in each section of a greased bun sheet.
Continue as method directs. Bake for 20 to 25 minutes. Makes 24 rolls.
Cloverleaf Rolls: On a lightly floured surface, shape dough into a ball, divide into quarters. Divide
each quarter into 6 pieces and cut each piece into 3 sections, shape each into a ball with palms of hands.
Place 3 balls together in each section of a greased bun sheet. Repeat with remaining dough. Continue as
method directs. Bake for 20 to 25 minutes. Makes 24.
Breadsticks: On a lightly floured surface shape dough into a ball, divide into quarters. Divide each
quarter into 6 pieces and roll each piece between palms of hands to make ropes about 6 to 8 inches long.
Continue as method directs. Sprinkle glazed ropes with sesame seeds if desired. Bake for 12 to 15
minutes. Makes 24.
Cinnamon-Raisin Swirl Loaf: On a lightly floured surface roll half of the sweet dough to a 12 x 8 inch
rectangle. Melt 3 tablespoons butter or margarine and brush over dough. Sprinkle dough with a mixture
of 1/3 cup sugar and 1-1/2 teaspoons ground cinnamon, then sprinkle 1/2 cup raisins over dough.
Beginning with long side of dough, roll up jelly-roll style. Seal ends by pinching edges of dough
together with fingertips. Place dough in a greased 9 x 5 inch loaf pan or on a large baking sheet.
Continue as method directs. Bake for 30 to 40 minutes or until deep golden brown. When loaf is cool,
glaze with a mixture of 1 cup sifted icing sugar and 1-1/2 tablespoons milk. Makes 1 loaf.
Cinnamon-Raisin Rolls: Follow directions for shaping and filling “Cinnamon-Raisin Swirl Loaf”. After
rolling up dough and sealing dough, slice crosswise into 12 slices. Place slice cut side down in a greased
9 inch round cake pan. Continue as method directs. Bake for 20 to 25 minutes. Turn rolls out and frost
as for “Cinnamon” Loaf.
Soft Pretzels: On a lightly floured surface shape dough into a ball and divide into quarters. Cut each
quarter of dough into 3 pieces. Roll each piece between palms of hands to make ropes about 10 inches
long. Bring ends of one rope together to make a circle, twist the back across opposite side or circle.
HEARTY OATMEAL LOAF
1-1/3 cups water
5 tablespoons butter or margarine
2-2/3 tablespoons sugar
2 teaspoons salt
1-1/3 cups oats
2-2/3 cups strong white bread flour
6 tablespoons dried milk powder
1 teaspoon active dried yeast
Method
Into baking pan pour water, margarine, sugar
salt, oats and flour. Sprinkle yeast over flour.
Insert pan securely into unit and close lid.
Select “BASIC WHITE BREAD” setting and
press “START”. The “COMPLETE” light will
flash when bread is done.
Using oven gloves, remove pan from unit and
pull out kneading rod. Turn loaf onto cooling
rack. Slice when cool.
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GRANARY LOAF
1-1/8 cups water
1 teaspoon salt
1 tablespoon butter or margarine
1 tablespoon sugar
3 cups malted granary flour
1 teaspoon active dried yeast
Method
Into baking pan measure water, salt, butter,
sugar and flour. Sprinkle yeast over flour.
Insert pan securely into unit and close lid.
Select “BASIC WHITE BREAD” setting and
press “START”. The “COMPLETE” light will
flash when bread is done.
Using oven gloves, remove pan from unit and
pull out kneading rod. Turn loaf onto cooling
rack. Slice when cool.
BREAD RECIPES
Bread Recipes
Rita's Russian Kulich
RITA’S RUSSIAN KULICH
Kulich is a sweet fruit-filled bread that is a
holiday tradition in Russian and Slavic
countries.
1 cup milk
2 extra large eggs, lightly beaten
2 tablespoons butter or margarine
1/2 teaspoon vanilla essence
1/3 cup sugar
3/4 teaspoon salt
3 cups light plain flour
1-1/2 teaspoons active dried yeast
When beep sounds, add:
1/3 cup raisins
1/2 cup dried mixed fruit
1/3 cup slivered or sliced almonds
Orange Glaze
1 cup sifted icing sugar
1 tablespoon softened butter or margarine
About 3 tablespoons orange liqueur or milk
Method
Into baking pan measure milk, eggs, butter, vanilla essence, sugar, salt and flour. Sprinkle yeast over
flour. Insert pan securely into unit and close lid. Select “MEDIUM” baking degree setting and “RAISIN
BREAD” course setting and then press “START”. When “beep” sounds after about 30 minutes, open lid
and add raisins, fruit and almonds. Close lid. The “COMPLETE” light will flash when bread is done.
Using oven gloves, remove pan from unit and pull out kneading rod. Turn bread out onto cooling rack.
Cool. Prepare “Orange Glaze” in a small bowl by stirring together icing sugar, butter and enough milk
to make a glaze consistency. Drizzle glaze over top of loaf, allowing it to drip down sides of bread.
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QUICK BREADS
Quick Breads
Banana Bread
Strawberry or
Peach Bread
“Quick” breads are just that-they use chemical leavening such as baking powder and/or baking soda for
their structure rather than yeast. So they do not require rising or kneading, they can be baked as soon as
the ingredients are mixed. That is why the “CAKE” setting on the Home Bakery is perfect for mixing
and baking these simple breads.
Quick breads prepared in the Home Bakery will not fill your bread pan. They rise to about 3 to 4 inches
in height – a typical volume for conventionally baked quick breads.
Creating Your Own Quick Bread Recipes
Follow these guidelines for creating your own recipes for flavourful quick breads in the Home Bakery:
In general, a cookbook recipe for a 9 x 5 inch or 8 x 4 inch loaf will be a food candidate for the Home
Bakery. These recipes call for between 1 and 2 cups of flour and require no special mixing techniques
such as beating egg whites.
Very heavy breads such as those made with mostly whole-grain flours and lots of additions such as nuts
and raisins should be avoided for the Home Bakery.
Use the recipes in this section as a guide to adding ingredients to breads such as raisins, nuts and dried
fruits.
The “CAKE” course setting is the only mode in which quick breads can be successfully made in the
Home Bakery. The “MEMORY”, “TIMER”, “BAKING DEGREE”, and “HOME MADE MENU”
functions can not be used for quick breads.
BANANA BREAD
STRAWBERRY OR PEACH BREAD
Method
Method
1-1/2 cups (6 ounces) light plain flour
2/3 cups sugar
1 teaspoon baking powder
1/2 teaspoon baking soda
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/3 cup vegetable oil
2 extra large eggs, lightly beaten
1/4 cup sour cream
1 teaspoon vanilla essence
When beep sounds add:
2/3 cup mashed banana
1/3 cup finely chopped walnuts
Into baking pan measure flour, sugar, baking
powder, soda and salt. Add oil, eggs, sour
cream and vanilla essence. Insert pan securely
into unit and close lid. Select “CAKE” setting
and press “START”. When beep sounds after
about 5 minutes, add mashed banana and nuts.
Press “START” again. The “COMPLETE”
light will flash when bread is done.
Using oven gloves, remove pan from unit and
pull out kneading rod. Turn bread out onto
cooling rack. Cool and slice thinly to serve.
Banana Chocolate Chip Bread: Prepare
bread as above through “CAKE” setting.
When beep sounds, add mashed banana and
1/3 cup chopped chocolate chips. Omit nuts.
Continue as directed.
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1/3 cup milk
2/3 cup
strawberry, peach or any other preserve
3 eggs
1/2 teaspoon vanilla essence
1/2 cup butter or margarine softened
1/2 cup sugar
2/3 cup oats
1-1/3 cups self raising flour
When beep sounds, add:
1/3 cup ground walnuts (optional)
Into baking pan measure milk, preserve, eggs,
vanilla essence, margarine, sugar and oats.
Add flour. Insert pan securely into unit and
close lid. Select “CAKE” setting and press
“START”. When beep sounds after about 5
minutes, add ground walnuts. Press “START”
again. The “COMPLETE” light will flash
when bread is done.
Using oven gloves, remove pan from unit and
pull out kneading rod. Turn bread out onto
cooling rack. Cool and slice thinly to serve.
QUICK BREADS
Quick Breads
Spiced Zucchini
Bread
Citrus Fruit Bread
SPICED ZUCCHINI BREAD
1/4 cup vegetable oil
2 extra large eggs, lightly beaten
1 cup sugar
1 teaspoon grated orange or lemon peel
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon baking soda
1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon
1/4 teaspoon baking powder
1/4 teaspoon ground allspice
1-1/2 cups light plain flour
When beep sounds, add:
1 cup finely shredded zucchini (courgettes)
1/2 cup finely chopped walnuts
Method
Into baking pan pour oil and eggs, add sugar,
orange peel, salt, baking soda, cinnamon,
baking powder, allspice and flour. Insert pan
securely into unit and close lid. Select
“CAKE” setting and press “START”. Machine
will beep after about 5 minutes of mixing, add
courgettes and walnuts and press “START”.
The “COMPLETE” light will flash when
bread is finished.
Using oven gloves, immediately remove bread
from pan and cool on wire rack. Wrap tightly
when cool and slice thinly to serve.
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CITRUS FRUIT BREAD
1/3 cup milk
1-1/2 cups (6 ounces) light plain flour
1/2 teaspoon baking soda
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/4 teaspoon baking powder
1/2 cup orange juice
1 egg
1 tablespoon lemon juice
1 tablespoon grated lemon peel
1 tablespoon grated orange peel
1/2 cup sugar
1/4 cup vegetable oil
Method
Into baking pan spoon flour, baking soda, salt
and baking powder. Add orange juice, egg and
lemon juice in that order. Add citrus peels,
sugar and oil. Insert pan securely into unit and
close lid. Select “CAKE” setting. Then press
“START”. The “beep” will sound after about
5 minutes press “START” button again. The
“COMPLETE” light will flash when bread is
finished.
Using oven gloves, remove pan from unit and
pull out kneading rod. Turn bread out onto
cooling rack. Slice thinly when cool.
CLASSIC CAKES & TOPPINGS
Classic Cakes &
Toppings
Creating Your Own
Cake Recipes
in the Home Bakery
chocolate Fudge
Cake
Black Forest Cake
Sweet & Simple
Like quick breads, cakes are a cinch with the Home Bakery! They can quickly be mixed and baked in
this machine, without time-consuming preparation or difficult mixing techniques.
The cake recipes in this section will result in cakes about 3 to 4 inches in height, similar to the quick
breads. They can be served with just a sprinkling of icing sugar over the top or frosted with one of our
suggested toppings. Note that cakes should be cooled completely on a rack before slicing for best
results.
Creating Your Own Cake Recipes in the Home Bakery
Follow these hints for cake baking success:
• Cakes such as angel food cake or recipes that require long beating of eggs or other ingredients are not
suited to the Home Bakery.
• Recipes for one layer or 9 x 5 inch loaf cakes can usually be made in the Home Bakery and will fit the
capacity of the baking pan.
• One bowl cakes or “dump” cakes, in which all ingredients are measured and then mixed are prime
candidates for the Home Bakery. Two layer or 13 x 9 inch cake recipes can often be halved to fit the
capacity of the baking pan.
• Coffee cakes, which are actually quick breads are usually successfully made in the Home Bakery.
• The “CAKE” setting is the only course that can be used for cake recipes made in the Home Bakery.
The “MEMORY”, “TIMER”, “BAKING DEGREE” and “HOME MADE MENU” functions can not
be programmed for use with cake recipes.
CHOCOLATE FUDGE CAKE
This rich tasting chocolate cake could not be
simpler! Frost cake or slice it plain to serve
topped with whipped cream or fresh fruit. Or,
try our Black Forest variation.
1 cup (3-1/2 ounces) self raising flour
1/3 cup cocoa powder
3/4 cup sugar
1/3 cup vegetable oil
2 extra large eggs, lightly beaten
1/3 cup water
1-1/2 teaspoon vanilla essence
When beep sounds, add:
1/3 cup chocolate chips
Method
Into baking pan measure flour, cocoa powder,
sugar, oil, eggs, water and vanilla essence in
that order. Insert pan securely into unit and
close lid. Select “CAKE” setting and press
“START”.
When “beep” sounds after about 5 minutes,
open lid. Add chocolate chips to batter. Close
lid and press “START” again. The
“COMPLETE” light will flash when cake is
done.
Using oven gloves, remove pan from unit and
pull out kneading rod. Turn cake onto cooling
rack and cool completely before cutting. Frost
or sprinkle with sifted icing sugar as desired.
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BLACK FOREST CAKE
This easy variation on our “Chocolate Fudge
Cake” is pretty enough to serve to guests.
1 chocolate fudge cake, baked as directed
2 tablespoons kirsch or cherry liqueur
(optional)
1 packet chocolate fudge flavour frosting mix
1 can black cherries
Method
Slice completely cooled cake horizontally into
three layers. If desired, sprinkle liqueur over
cake layers. Place one layer on cake plate and
spread with some of the frosting. Top with
second layer of cake and spread with some of
the frosting. Add third layer on top. Frost
sides of cake with remaining frosting, forming
an edge all around top of cake. Fill in top of
cake with black cherries (reserve any leftover
to pass with each serving). Cut cake into thin
slices. Makes 8 to 10 servings.
CLASSIC CAKES & TOPPINGS
Classic Cakes &
Toppings
Dutch Apple Cake
Shortcut Devils
Food Cake
Carrot Cake
with Pineapple
Frosting
DUTCH APPLE CAKE
SHORTCUT DEVILS FOOD CAKE
1 cup (4 ounces) self-raising flour
1/3 cup granulated sugar
1/3 cup brown sugar
1 teaspoon cinnamon
1/2 teaspoon baking soda
1/2 teaspoon ground allspice
1/2 cup vegetable oil
1 extra large egg, lightly beaten
1 teaspoon vanilla essence
When beep sounds, add:
1 cup finely chopped peeled apple
Method
1 packet devils food cake mix additional liquid
and eggs as package directs
Method
Into baking pan measure flour, sugars,
cinnamon, soda and allspice. Add oil, egg and
vanilla essence. Insert pan securely into unit
and close lid. Select “CAKE” setting and
press “START”. When beep sounds after
about 5 minutes, add chopped apples. Press
“START” again. The “COMPLETE” light
will flash when cake is done.
Using oven gloves, remove pan from unit and
pull out kneading rod. Turn cake out onto
cooling rack. Cool and sprinkle with icing
sugar if desired. Slice thinly to serve.
Into baking pan pour cake mix and add liquid
and eggs as package directs. Insert pan into
unit and close lid. Select “CAKE” setting.
Press “START”. When “beep” sounds after
about 5 minutes, press “START” again. The
“COMPLETE” light will flash when cake is
done.
Using oven gloves, remove pan from unit and
pull out kneading rod. Turn cake out onto
cooling rack and cool completely before
slicing.
CARROT CAKE WITH PINEAPPLE FROSTING
1 cup (4 ounces) self raising flour
1 cup sugar
1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon ground nutmeg
1/2 cup vegetable oil
2 extra large eggs, lightly beaten
1 teaspoon vanilla essence
When beep sounds, add:
1 cup finely shredded carrot
1/2 cup finely chopped nuts
Method
Pineapple Frosting:
3 cups sifted icing sugar
4 ounces soft pineapple flavoured cream cheese
2 tablespoons milk
1 teaspoon vanilla essence
Into baking pan measure flour, sugar, cinnamon, salt and nutmeg. Add oil, eggs and vanilla essence.
Insert pan securely into unit and close lid. Select “CAKE” setting and press “START”. When beep
sounds after about 5 minutes, add carrots and nuts. Press “START” again. The “COMPLETE” light will
flash when cake is done.
Using oven gloves, remove pan from unit and pull out kneading rod. Turn cake out onto cooling rack.
Cool completely. For frosting, in a small bowl, mix together all ingredients to make frosting consistent.
Horizontally slice cake into three layers. Frost between layers and on top of cake. Slice cake thinly to
serve.
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JAMS IN A JIFFY
Jams in a Jiffy
Creating Your Own
Jams in the
Home Bakery
Cinnamon Apple
Butter
Apricot-Pineapple
Jam
Jam Making Guidelines
You might never have considered using your Home bakery for making a sweet jam for your fresh breads
but it is easy and fun! Note that these recipes do not call for the traditional technique of using hot
sterilized jars, or 'paraffin-sealing' to preserve the jams. You can refrigerate or freeze these recipes to
enjoy them for months to come.
Remember, too, that for the “JAM” setting, you must press the “CAKE: setting twice until it blinks.
Creating Your Own Jams in the Home Bakery
• Dried fruit such as those used in the Apricot-Pineapple Jam and Mixed Fruit Jam are terrific candidates
for the Home Bakery method. They thicken easily during the cooking process and call for less pectin
than other fruits.
• With fresh fruits such as berries and peaches, use about 1/3 to 1 cup of sugar per cup of fruit. Taste the
fruit for sweetness to gauge the amount of sugar needed.
• Do not exceed 4 cups of fruit per batch.
• Always remove peels from fresh fruits such as apples, pears and peaches. Jams will have a smoother,
more uniform texture.
• Store jams in the refrigerator or freezer. Chilling completes the thickening process. Then use as
desired.
CINNAMON APPLE BUTTER
APRICOT-PINEAPPLE JAM
Method
Method
4 cups chopped peeled apples
1-1/4 cups water
1 cup granulated sugar
1/3 cup brown sugar
1 teaspoon cinnamon
1 tablespoon grated lemon peel
2 tablespoons lemon juice
1-3/4 ounces powdered fruit pectin
Place apples and water in a saucepan and bring
to the boil. Reduce heat and simmer for 15 to
20 minutes or until the apples are soft. Place
in a food processor or blender and process
until smooth. Turn mixture into the bread pan,
add sugars, cinnamon, lemon peel and juice
and pectin. Insert the pan securely into the
unit and close lid. Select “JAM” setting (press
“CAKE” setting twice) and press “START”.
The “COMPLETE” light will flash when jam
is done. Using oven gloves remove pan from
unit. Turn mixture into refrigerator or freezer
containers leaving 1/2 inch head space. Store
for 24 hours before using. Makes about 3
cups.
Pear Butter: Substitute chopped, peeled ripe
pears for the apples done.
Using oven gloves, remove pan from unit and
pull out kneading rod. Turn cake out onto
cooling rack and cool completely before
slicing.
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6 ounces of dried apricots, finely chopped
1 1/2 cups water
8-1/2 oz can crushed pineapple, drained
2/3 cup sugar
1 tablespoon liquid pectin
2 tablespoons lemon juice
2 teaspoons grated fresh lemon peel
1/4 teaspoon allspice
Into baking pan place chopped apricots, water,
crushed pineapple, sugar, pectin, lemon juice,
lemon peel and allspice. Insert pan securely
into unit and close lid. Select “JAM” setting
(press “CAKE” setting twice until it blinks),
then press “START”. The “COMPLETE”
light will flash when jam is done.
Using oven gloves remove pan from unit,
spoon jam into sterilized half-pint jars, freezer
containers or refrigerator containers.
Refrigerate for up to 1 month or freeze for up
to 3 months. Makes about 2-1/4 cups.
Mixed Fruit Jam: Substitute 8 ounces mixed
dried fruit for the apricots.
JAMS IN A JIFFY
Jams in a Jiffy
Any Berry Jam
Citrus Marmalade
ANY BERRY JAM
CITRUS MARMALADE
Method
Method
1 lb. fresh strawberries,
raspberries, blackberries, etc.
1 lb. Jam Sugar
Knob of butter
Hull and slice or chop the berries if necessary.
Into baking pan place berries with sugar and
butter. Insert pan securely into unit and close
lid. Select “JAM” setting (press “CAKE”
setting twice until it blinks) and then press
“START”. The “COMPLETE” light will flash
when jam is done.
Using oven gloves, remove pan from unit.
Turn mixture into refrigerator or freezer
containers leaving 1/2 inch head space. Cover
tightly to store in refrigerator or freezer. (Jam
thickens on chilling). Makes about 2 cups
jam.
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3 oranges
1 lemon or 1/2 small grapefruit
2-1/2 cups sugar
1-1/4 ounces powdered fruit pectin
Quarter oranges, remove pulp and set aside.
Cut away white pith from 2 oranges, remove
peels (discard peel and pith from third orange).
Quarter lemon, remove pulp and set aside.
Trim white pith from peels and discard pith.
Finely chop reserved orange and lemon peels
or grate in food processor.
Chop pulp from oranges and lemon and
discard seeds. Into baking pan place chopped
fruit and liquid with peels, sugar and pectin.
Insert pan securely into unit and close lid.
Select “JAM” setting (press “CAKE” setting
twice)
and
press
“START”.
The
“COMPLETE” light will flash when jam is
done.
Using oven gloves remove pan from unit.
Turn mixture into refrigerator or freezer
containers leaving 1/2 inch head space.
Marmalade will thicken on chilling. Making
about 3-1/2 cups.
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