breadmaker
 BREADMAKER
Model: BM002 CONTENTS Important Safeguards 1 Know Your Bread Maker 3 Using Your Bread Maker 7 Frequently Asked Questions 19 Care and Cleaning 20 Recipes 21 CEBRDMKR_MAN_QVC_V10_20120427 IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS When using electrical appliances, basic safety precautions should always be followed, including the following: 1. Read all instructions. 2. Do not touch hot surfaces. Use handles or knobs. 3. To protect against electrical shock do not immerse cord, plug or bread maker in water or other liquid. 4. Close supervision is necessary when any appliance is used by or near children. 5. Unplug from outlet when not in use and before cleaning. Allow to cool before putting on or taking off parts. 6. Do not operate any appliance with a damaged cord or plug or after the appliance malfunctions or has been damaged in any manner. Return appliance to the nearest authorized service facility for examination, repair, or adjustment. 7. The use of accessory attachments not recommended by the appliance manufacturer may cause injuries. 8. Do not use outdoors. 9. Do not let cord hang over edge of table or counter, or touch hot surfaces. 10. Do not place on or near a hot gas or electric burner, or in a heated oven. 11. Extreme caution must be used when moving an appliance containing hot oil or other hot liquids. 12. Always attach plug to appliance first, then plug cord into the wall outlet. To disconnect, press and hold Start/Stop button for 2 seconds, remove plug from wall outlet. 13. Do not use appliance for other than intended use. 14. Avoid contact with moving parts. 15. Save these Instructions. SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS. 1
THIS UNIT IS FOR HOUSEHOLD USE ONLY. CAUTION, HOT SURFACES: This appliance generates heat and escaping steam during use. Proper precautions must be taken to prevent the risks of burns, fires or other injury to persons or damage to property. POLARIZED PLUG (120V Models Only): This appliance has a polarized plug (one blade is wider than the other). To reduce the risk of electric shock, this plug is intended to fit into a polarized outlet only one way. If the plug does not fit fully into the outlet, reverse the plug. If it still does not fit, contact a qualified electrician. Do not attempt to modify the plug in any way. TAMPER‐RESISTANT SCREW: Warning: This appliance is equipped with a tamper‐resistant screw to prevent removal of the outer cover. To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not attempt to remove the outer cover. There are no user‐serviceable parts inside. Repair should be done only by authorized service personnel. ELECTRICAL CORD •
A short power‐supply cord (or detachable power‐supply cord) has been provided to reduce the risk resulting from becoming entangled in or tripping over a longer cord. •
Longer detachable power‐supply cords or extension cords are available and may be used if care is exercised in their use. •
If a long detachable power‐supply cord or extension cord is used, a. The marked electrical rating of the detachable power‐supply cord or extension cord should be at least as great as the electrical rating of the appliance, b. If the appliance is of the grounded type, the extension cord should be a grounding‐type 3‐wire cord, and c. The longer cord should be arranged so that it will not drape over the countertop or tabletop where it can be pulled on by children or tripped over. Note: If the power supply cord is damaged, it should be replaced by qualified personnel. SPECIFICATIONS Capacity: Consumption: Dimensions: Power Cord: 1 loaf approximately 1 lb x 2pcs Kneading Motor – 50W 44.2x26.4x29.4cm 0.9±0.05M 2
Power: Main Heater – 600W*2pcs Voltage: 120V Weight: 6.6kgs KNOW YOUR BREAD MAKER Parts Fig.2 Fig. 1 Fig.1 Fig. 2 1‐ Main housing 2‐ Steam vent 3‐ Removable lid with handle 4‐ Viewing transparent plastic window 5‐ Control panel 6‐ Bread pan with handle X2 pcs 7‐ Measuring cup 8‐ Measuring spoon 9‐ Kneading paddle removal key 10‐ Kneading paddle X2 11‐ Rotating axles
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CONTROL PANEL SETTINGS LCD Display Information Fig. 3 Mode Display “ ” This unit offers five working modes: NORMAL、FAST、EXPRESS、MIX and SPECIAL. The small triangle in the LED display will indicate the current mode selected and illuminate. “LEFT” and “RIGHT” Display This section of the LCD will indicate which side(s) of the Bread Maker is (are) being used. “TIMER” Display This section of the LCD indicates the working time for the chosen menu option. “MENU” Display This section of the LCD indicates the selected menu options, 1, 2, 3 or 4 under each of the 5 modes available, as listed below: NORMAL、FAST、EXPRESS Modes : “1”—BASIC “3” —FRENCH “2”— SWEET “4” —WHEAT MIX Mode: “1”—PASTA “2”—DOUGH “3”—PIZZA “4”—BAGEL SPECIAL Mode: “1” —JAM “2”—QUICK “3” —CAKE “4”—BAKE Color Display “ “ A small bar under “LIGHT”, “MED.” or “DARK” in the LED display will indicate the color selection. The color selection option is available for the NORMAL and FAST modes. 4
Button Function Information Fig. 4
“Mode Select” Button Press the “Mode Select” button to choose the mode. When the Left and Right pans are both in use at the same time, the same mode must be selected, but the crust color selection may differ. “Left/Right” Button This button allows you to select the pan you would like to work with, left or right. If you do not select a specific pan side, the default setting is that both the left and right pans will work. “Menu” Button Press the “Menu” button to choose the menu option. The chosen menu option will be indicated on the LCD display, I, 2, 3 or 4. and Buttons “TIMER” Decreases the time in 10 minutes intervals. Increases the time in 10 minutes intervals. 5
The time will be indicated on the LCD. This function should be used when you want the delay function to make bread under the NORMAL and FAST modes. “Color” Button Press the “Color” button to select the crust color from LIGHT, MED. or DARK. When a color is selected, a black bar will be displayed under the color selected. “Start/Stop” Button Press the ”Start/Stop” button to start or stop the machine. Length of Cycles Program Specification Chart (Approximate Times; M=Minutes; S=Seconds; All other times are in Hours: Minutes) MENU MODE NORMAL FAST EXPRESS MIX SPECIAL MAX. TOTAL RISE KNEAD RISE
RISE
DELAY KNEAD1
PUNCH
TIME 1 2 2 3 TIME BAKE WARM
1 BASIC 12:20
2:20 5M 5M
20M
40M
30S 22M 48M 60M 2:00 2 SWEET 12:30
2:30 5M 5M
20M
40M
30S 25M 55M 60M 2:10 3 FRENCH 12:40
2:40 5M 5M
20M
40M
30S 30M 60M 60M 2:20 4 WHEAT 12:50
2:50 5M 5M
20M
40M
30S 50M 50M 60M 2:30 1 BASIC 12:20
1:20 15M 20M
‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ 45M 60M 1:15 2 SWEET 12:30
1:30 15M 25M
‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ 50M 60M 1:25 3 FRENCH 12:40
1:40 15M 25M
‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ 60M 60M 1:35 4 WHEAT 12:50
1:50 15M 35M
‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ 60M 60M 1:45 1 BASIC N/A 0:45 10M 8M
‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ 27M 60M N/A 2 SWEET N/A 0:50 10M 10M
‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ 30M 60M N/A 3 FRENCH N/A 0:55 10M 10M
‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ 35M 60M N/A 4 WHEAT N/A 0:58 10M 13M
‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ 35M 60M N/A 1 PASTA N/A 0:14 14M ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ N/A 2 DOUGH N/A 1:30 14M 15M
11M
50M
5S ‐ ‐ ‐ 1:22 3 PIZZA N/A 0:50 20M 30M
‐ ‐ 5S ‐ ‐ ‐ N/A 4 BAGEL N/A 1:50 20M 90M
‐ ‐ 5S ‐ ‐ ‐ 1:45 1 JAM N/A 1:05 15M ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ 50M N/A 2 QUICK N/A 1:43 3M 5M
5M ‐ ‐ ‐ 90M 60M N/A 3 CAKE N/A 1:34 8M ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ 86M N/A 4 BAKE N/A 1:00 ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ 60M 60M N/A FRUTT&
NUT DISP. Note: If you want to add fruit or nuts to your bread, the unit will provide a reminder to do so by sounding 12 beeps at the time indicated above. 6
USING YOUR BREAD MAKER This product is for household use only. GETTING STARTED •
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Remove packing materials and any stickers. Place your Bread Maker on a dry, stable, level surface away from heat and areas where cooking grease or water may splatter on unit. • Do not place near the edge of a countertop. If placing beneath cabinets, make sure there is enough room to open the lid without interference. Note: During first use, the Bread Maker may smoke and/or emit an odor from mineral oils used in manufacturing. This is normal. • When inserting bread pan(s) into the Bread Maker, make sure to set them firmly in place. • To remove bread pan(s) from baking chamber, hold handle with an oven mitt and lift straight up firmly. Important: When you remove bread pan(s) after baking, be sure to wear oven mitts to prevent burning. • After removing bread loaf (by turning bread pan upside down and shaking gently), check to see that the kneading paddle has remained in the bread pan. • If the kneading paddle is stuck in the bread, allow bread to cool, and then use the paddle removal key to remove it, taking care not to scratch the kneading paddle. Important: Allow bread to cool before removing kneading paddle from bread. BAKING BREAD Select your recipe, and follow the steps listed below. 1. Remove the bread pan Open the lid and pull out the bread pan by the handle, up and straight out of the unit. 2. Attach the kneading paddle to the bread pan As shown in figures 5 & 6 below, insert the kneading paddle by aligning the semicircle of the blade with the semicircle of the rotating axle in the bread pan. Insert into the pan so that the long edge of the paddle is closest to the bottom of the pan. Fig. 5 Fig. 6 7
Be sure that the paddle is secured, otherwise it may come off during operation, which may affect the kneading and mixing, and may cause leakage. 3. Add ingredients into the baking pan Place ingredients into the baking pan, following the order outlined in the recipe. Be sure to start with water and end with yeast. (See Figure 7) Yeast must be added last so that it does not come into direct contact with the water. Be careful not to mix the yeast with the water, or the bread may not bake properly. Fig. 7 4. Insert baking pan into the unit and close the lid Insert the bread pan into the unit. (See Figure 8) Push down on the rim until it snaps securely into place. Fold the handle down and close the lid. Fig. 8 5. Connect the plug to the outlet Connect the plug to the outlet and the unit will emit a beep to indicate power. The LCD will also display information under both the left and right sides, as indicated in Figure 9 below, with preset times for use of both bread pans. Fig. 9 8
6. Begin an operation a. Press the ‘Left/Right’ button to select the left pan, the right pan or both pans. A beep will sound each time this button is pressed. ◦ Press once to use only the left side. ‘LEFT’ will display on the LCD. (See Figure 10) ◦ Press twice to use only the right side. ‘RIGHT’ will display on the LCD. ◦ Press three times to use both sides. Both ‘LEFT’ and “RIGHT’ will display. Notes: If both sides show information other than 0:00 this indicates that both sides have been selected. If using both pans, note that the same mode must be selected for both sides. If you choose to use only one side, both rotating axles will turn, but only the side you have chosen will heat (If applicable). Fig. 10 Fig. 11 b. Press the ‘Mode Select’ button until the desired mode is displayed, NORMAL, FAST or EXPRESS. This will be indicated by a small triangle on the LCD. (See Figure 11 above for the FAST mode) A beep will sound each time this button is pressed. c. Press the ‘Menu’ button until the desired menu selection is displayed, 1 Basic, 2 Sweet, 3 French or 4 Wheat. The timer and menu information on the LCD will be updated accordingly. A beep will sound each time this button is pressed. ◦ For example, if you select ‘1’ for Basic bread under the ‘NORMAL’ mode, the LCD will display 2:20 under the Timer. (See Figure 12) Notes: If using both pans, you may choose different menu selections for each side. The preset is ‘1’, Basic bread for both sides. To cycle through the options continue to press the ‘Menu’ button until your selections are displayed. Fig. 12 9
d. Press the ‘Color’ button and select between LIGHT, MED. and DARK. The option selected will be underlined with a black bar on the LCD. (See Figure 13 for the DARK color in the FAST mode) A beep will sound each time this button is pressed. Notes: Color selection is applicable with the ‘NORMAL’ and ‘FAST’ modes. If using both bread pans, you may choose different color selections for each side. The preset is MED. e. Use the Timer, ‘+’ or ‘‐‘ buttons to delay the completion of the baking process. Press the , ‘+’ or ‘‐‘ Fig. 13 buttons to increase or decrease the delay timer. — Increases the time in 10 minute intervals — Decreases the time in 10 minute intervals ◦ For Example, if the current time is 7:30 PM and you want to delay the completion of the baking time to 8:00 AM, determine the difference between the delayed finish time and the current time. In this case, this is 12.5 hours. Press the Timer ‘+’ button until the LCD display indicates ‘12:30’. (See Figure 14) The bread would be ready for serve after 12 and a half hours. Fig. 14 Notes: The delay timer can be set for a maximum of 13 hours. The delay timer can be used with the ‘NORMAL’ and ‘FAST’ modes. f. Once all selections have been made, press the ‘Start/Stop’ button and hold for 2 seconds to begin the baking process. A beep will sound each time this button is pressed. Caution: The main body can get very hot during the baking process, and may release hot air. Note: The timer will count down each part of the process as outlined in the Program Specification Chart in this manual. 10
6. To stop a process To stop a process at any time, press the ‘Start/Stop’ button until a buzzer sound is heard, to indicate that the process has been stopped. 7. Completion of an operation Once the baking process has been completed, the LCD will display 0:00 under the Timer and the unit will beep 10 times to indicate that it has finished the baking process. (See Figure 15) For best results, remove the bread immediately after baking. The appliance will keep the bread warm for a maximum of 60 minutes. After 60 minutes, the Bread Maker will automatically turn off. Fig. 15 8. Removing a bread pan Once the baking process is complete, the bread pan can be removed by following the steps below. a. Unplug the cord from the wall socket. b. Open the lid and using oven mitts, remove the bread pan from the baking compartment by grasping the handle and pulling the pan straight up and out of the unit. (See Figure 16) Important: The bread pan and loaf are both very hot! Be careful not to place either on a tablecloth, plastic surface or other heat‐sensitive surface that may scorch or melt. Fig. 16 9. Removing bread from the bread pan a. Using oven mitts turn the bread pan upside down and shake gently to loosen and release the bread. (See Figure 17) Fig. 17 11
b. Place bread upright on a wire rack to cool for at least 20 minutes before slicing. Note: Do not place the bread pan or any other object on top of the unit. To avoid damaging the machines surface, do not put any object on top of the unit. c. If the kneading paddle is stuck in the bread, allow bread to cool, and then use the paddle removal key to remove it, taking care not to scratch the kneading paddle. (See Figure 18) Fig. 18 For Mix Settings Follow steps 1 through 5 for the Bread Settings outlined above, then follow the steps listed below. Note that when using the ‘MIX’ mode, neither the ‘Color’ or ‘Timer’ functions can be used. 1. Begin an operation a. Press the ‘Left/Right’ button to select the left pan, the right pan or both pans. A beep will sound each time this button is pressed. ◦ Press once to use only the left side. ‘LEFT’ will display on the LCD. (See Figure 19) ◦ Press twice to use only the right side. ‘RIGHT’ will display on the LCD. ◦ Press three times to use both sides. Both ‘LEFT’ and “RIGHT’ will display. Notes: If both sides show information other than 0:00 this indicates that both sides have been selected. If using both pans, note that the same mode must be selected for both sides. If you choose to use only one side, both rotating axles will turn, but only the side you have chosen will heat (if applicable). Fig. 19 12
b. Press the ‘Mode Select’ button until the MIX mode is displayed. This will be indicated by a small triangle on the LCD. (See Figure 20) A beep will sound each time this button is pressed. Fig. 20 Fig. 21 c. Press the ‘Menu’ button until the desired menu selection is displayed, 1 Pasta, 2 Dough, 3 Pizza or 4 Bagel. The timer and menu information on the LCD will be updated accordingly. (See Figure 21 for the Dough option, Menu 2) A beep will sound each time this button is pressed. Notes: If using both pans, you may choose different menu selections for each side. To cycle through the options continue to press the ‘Menu’ button until your selections are displayed. d. Once all selections have been made, press the ‘Start/Stop’ button and hold for 2 seconds to begin the mixing process. A beep will sound each time this button is pressed. Note: The timer will count down each part of the process as outlined in the Program Specification Chart in this manual. 2. To stop a process To stop a process at any time, press the ‘Start/Stop’ button until a buzzer sound is heard, to indicate that the process has been stopped. 3. Completion of an operation Once the mixing process has been completed, the LCD will display 0:00 under the Timer and the unit will beep 10 times to indicate that it has finished the mixing process. (See Figure 22) Fig. 22 13
4. Removing a bread pan Once the mixing process is complete, the bread pan can be removed by following the steps below. a. Unplug the cord from the wall socket. b. Open the lid and use oven mitts to remove the bread pan from the baking compartment by grasping the handle and pulling the pan straight up and out of the unit. (See Figure 23) Fig. 23 5. Removing dough from the bread pan Gather the dough in the center of the bread pan and pull it out carefully so it won’t be damaged. Note: Do not place the bread pan or any other object on top of the unit. To avoid damaging the machines surface, do not put any object on top of the unit. a. If the kneading paddle is stuck in the dough, use the paddle removal key to remove it, taking care not to scratch the kneading paddle. (See Figure 24) Fig. 24 6. From shaping to baking Shape the dough. Let it rise once again, and then bake or cook per your recipe. For Special Settings Follow steps 1 through 5 for the Bread Settings outlined above, then follow the steps listed below. Note that when using the ‘SPECIAL’ mode, neither the ‘Color’ or ‘Timer’ functions can be used. 1. Begin an operation a. Press the ‘Left/Right’ button to select the left pan, the right pan or both pans. A beep will sound each time this button is pressed. i. Press once to use only the left side. ‘LEFT’ will display on the LCD. (See Figure 25) ii. Press twice to use only the right side. ‘RIGHT’ will display on the LCD. iii. Press three times to use both sides. Both ‘LEFT’ and “RIGHT’ will display. Notes: If both sides show information other than 0:00 this indicates that both sides have been selected. 14
If using both pans, note that the same mode must be selected for both sides. If you choose to use only one side, both rotating axles will turn, but only the side you have chosen will heat (if applicable). Fig. 25 b. Press the ‘Mode Select’ button until the SPECIAL mode is displayed. This will be indicated by a small triangle on the LCD. (See Figure 26) A beep will sound each time this button is pressed. Fig.26 Fig. 27 c. Press the ‘Menu’ button until the desired menu selection is displayed, 1 Jam, 2 Quick, 3 Cake or 4 Bake. The timer and menu information on the LCD will be updated accordingly. (See Figure 27 for the Bake option, Menu 4) A beep will sound each time this button is pressed. Notes: If using both pans, you may choose different menu selections for each side. To cycle through the options continue to press the ‘Menu’ button until your selections are displayed. d. Once all selections have been made, press the ‘Start/Stop’ button and hold for 2 seconds to begin the mixing process. A beep will sound each time this button is pressed. Note: The timer will count down each part of the process as outlined in the Program Specification Chart in this manual. 15
2. To stop a process To stop a process at any time, press the ‘Start/Stop’ button until a buzzer sound is heard, to indicate that the process has been stopped. 3. Completion of an operation Once the selected process has been completed, the LCD will display 0:00 under the Timer and the unit will beep 10 times to indicate that it has finished the selected process. (See Figure 28) Fig. 28 4. Removing a bread pan Once the baking process is complete, the bread pan can be removed by following the steps below. a. Unplug the cord from the wall socket. b. Open the lid and using oven mitts, remove the bread pan from the baking compartment by grasping the handle and pulling the pan straight up and out of the unit. (See Figure 29) Important: The bread pan and contents are both very hot! Be careful not to place either on a tablecloth, plastic surface or other heat‐sensitive surface that may scorch or melt. Fig. 29 5. Removing baked items from the bread pan For Jam This setting may be used for baking jams and marmalades. a. Using oven mitts, pour the hot mixture into heat‐safe jars, leaving ½” of space at the top. b. Allow to partially cool. Mixture will thicken upon cooling. c. Cover tightly to store. For Quick This setting may be used for making bread in a shorter time than under the NORMAL Mode. a. Using oven mitts turn the bread pan upside down and shake gently to loosen and release the bread. (See Figure 30) Fig. 30 16
b. Place bread upright on a wire rack to cool for at least 20 minutes before slicing. Note: Do not place the bread pan or any other object on top of the unit. To avoid damaging the machines surface, do not put any object on top of the unit. c. If the kneading paddle is stuck in the bread, allow bread to cool, and then use the paddle removal key to remove it, taking care not to scratch the kneading paddle. (See Figure 31) Fig. 31 For Cake This setting may be used for baking cakes. a. Using oven mitts turn the bread pan upside down and shake gently to loosen and release the cake. (See Figure 32) Fig. 32 b. Place cake upright on a wire rack to cool for at least 20 minutes before slicing. c. If the kneading paddle is stuck in the cake, allow cake to cool, and then use the paddle removal key to remove it, taking care not to scratch the kneading paddle. (See Figure 33) Fig. 33 For Bake This setting is for baking pre‐prepared dough. a. Using oven mitts turn the bread pan upside down and shake gently to loosen and release the bread. (See Figure 34) Fig. 34 b. Place bread upright on a wire rack to cool for at least 20 minutes before slicing. Note: Do not place the bread pan or any other object on top of the unit. To avoid damaging the machines surface, do not put any object on top of the unit. 17
c. If the kneading paddle is stuck in the bread, allow bread to cool, and then use the paddle removal key to remove it, taking care not to scratch the kneading paddle. (See Figure 35) Fig. 35 18
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS Question Answer Why am I receiving an “E01” message on the display? If the temperature in the baking compartment is higher than 50°C, the Why am I receiving an “E00” message on the display? If the temperature in the baking compartment is lower than ‐10°C, the digital display will indicate “E01”. The appliance will not operate until it has cooled down. digital display will indicate “E00”. The appliance will not operate until it has warmed up. How do I know if the unit This BreadMaker has several sound indications to let you know it is is on and working? working. ‐ Once powered on, it will sound beeps lasting several seconds. ‐ When a button is pressed, the unit will beep once with each press.
‐ When you Start or Stop the unit, it will beep once following each press. ‐ During processing, there is an indication when using the Fruit & Nut Dispense function; it will sound 12 beeps to remind you to add Fruit & Nuts ‐ When processing is complete, the unit will beep 10 times to indicate that processing is finished. ‐ At the end of the 60 minute Keep Warm function, the unit beeps 10 times. What will happen if I leave The Keep Warm cycle will keep it warm and prevent it from becoming the finished bread in the soggy for 1 hour. If the bread is left in the pan after 1 hour, it may start BreadMaker? to become soggy. What happens if there is a If the unit is powered off while in process, it can resume the original power failure? process if powered back on within 7 minutes. Can I wash the Bread Pans No. The Bread Pans and Kneading Blades must be washed by hand. Do in the dishwasher? not immerse the pans in water. Why does height and shape of bread differ in each loaf? Question The height and shape of bread may differ depending on the ingredients, room temperature and length of cycle. Accurate measurement of ingredients is essential to make delicious bread. Answer 19
My bread has an unusual Stale ingredients may have been used or too much yeast may have smell. Why? been used. Always use fresh ingredients. What should I do if the Kneading Paddle comes out with the bread? If the kneading paddle is stuck in the bread, allow bread to cool, and Why do I have to add the ingredients in a certain order? Why does my bread have floured corners? This allows the Bread Maker to mix the ingredients in the most efficient manner possible. When using the Timer, it also keeps the yeast from combining with the liquid before the dough is mixed. then use the paddle removal key to remove it, taking care not to scratch the kneading paddle. Sometimes flour in the corners of the bread pan may not have been completely kneaded into dough. Scrape it off the loaf with a knife. You can check bread about 10 minutes into the kneading cycle. If all flour is not incorporated, use a rubber spatula to remove the flour from the sides of the bread pan so it can be incorporated into the dough. Can ingredients be halved NO. If there is too little in the bread pan, the kneading paddle or doubled? cannot knead well enough. If there is too much, bread will rise out of bread pan. Can fresh milk be used in Yes, but be sure to decrease the same measurement of water for place of dry milk? equal liquid substitution. Fresh milk is not recommended when using the delay bake timer, because it may spoil while sitting in the bread pan. CARE AND CLEANING 1. Always unplug the unit from the electrical outlet. 2. Wait until the unit has cooled completely before cleaning. 3. Wipe outside surface of Bread Maker and cord with a clean, damp cloth. 4. Remove bread pans from main unit and kneading paddles from bread pans. The bread pans and kneading paddles have nonstick surfaces, which make cleaning easier. •
If kneading paddle is stuck to the rotating axle, pour warm water into bread pan for up to 30 minutes to loosen it. Do not use excessive force. 5. Wipe out crumbs from inside the unit and lid using a clean, damp cloth. Dust or crumbs left inside the unit may cause scorching or uneven baking with the next use. Dry baking chamber and lid thoroughly. • Lid can be removed for cleaning. 20
Important: The inside of the main unit contains heating elements and drive shafts. When cleaning, NEVER pour water, solvents or cleaning solutions into this area. Do not put lid in dishwasher, as it may cause warping. Do not immerse unit in water, as it contains sensitive electronic sensors. 6. To clean view window in lid, use a mild detergent and damp sponge. Do not use abrasive cleaners or scouring pads, as they may scratch the window. 7. Clean the rotating axles with a soft sponge so that you don’t damage the rotating axle seal. 8. Clean the kneading paddles with a soft soapy sponge. 9. Clean the bread pans by filling them with mild soap and lukewarm water. Wipe them with a clean, damp cloth. Caution: Do not place bread pans in dishwasher, or soak in water. Note: Do not use abrasive cleaners or scouring pads, or the units surface may be damaged. To reduce the risk of electrical shock, do not immerse the Bread Maker or cord in water or other liquid. Special Care To avoid damaging the special coating on the bread pans, do not use hard utensils such as metal spatulas, knives or forks. When storing, place bread pans into Bread Maker with kneading paddles inside, close the lid securely and do not place anything on top of the lid. RECIPES STANDARD BREAD RECIPES Basic Bread Recipe: Ingredients: Water Oil Salt Sugar Dry Milk Bread Flour Active Dry Yeast NORMAL 2/3 Cup 1 Tbsp. 1 tsp. 1+ 1/2 Tbsp. 1 Tbsp. 2 Cups 1+1/2 tsp. FAST 7/8 Cup 1 Tbsp. 1 tsp. 2 Tbsp. 1 Tbsp. 2 Cups 2 tsp. 21
EXPRESS 7/8 Cup (38‐40℃) 1 Tbsp. 1 tsp. 2 Tbsp. 1 Tbsp. 2 Cups. 2+1/2 tsp. Sweet Bread Recipe: Ingredients: Water Oil Salt Sugar Dry Milk Bread Flour Active Dry Yeast French Bread Recipe: Ingredients: Water Oil Salt Sugar Bread Flour Active Dry Yeast Whole Wheat Bread Recipe: Ingredients: Water Oil Salt Brown Sugar Dry Milk Bread Flour Active Dry Yeast NORMAL 1/2 Cup + 4 Tbsp. 1 Tbsp. 1/2 tsp. 1/4 Cup 1 Tbsp. 2 Cups 1+1/2 tsp. FAST 7/8 Cup 1 Tbsp. 1/2 tsp. 1/4 Cup 1 Tbsp. 2 Cups 2 tsp. EXPRESS 7/8 Cup (38‐40℃) 1 Tbsp. 1/2 tsp. 1/4 Cup 1 Tbsp. 2 Cups. 2+1/2 tsp. NORMAL 2/3 Cups+1Tbsp. 1 Tbsp. 3/4 tsp. 1 Tbsp. 2 Cups 1+ 1/2 tsp. FAST 7/8 Cup+1 Tbsp. 1 Tbsp. 3/4 Tbsp. 1 Tbsp. 2 Cups 2 tsp. EXPRESS 7/8 Cup+1 Tbsp.(38‐40℃) 1 Tbsp. 3/4 Tbsp. 1 Tbsp. 2 Cups 2+1/2 tsp. NORMAL 2/3 Cup + 1 Tbsp. 2 Tbsp. 1 tsp. 4 Tbsp. 2 Tbsp. 2 Cups 3 tsp. FAST 7/8 Cup+1 Tbsp. 2 Tbsp. 1 tsp. 4 Tbsp. 2 Tbsp. 2 Cups 3 tsp. EXPRESS 7/8 Cup+1 Tbsp.(38‐40℃) 2 Tbsp. 1 tsp. 4 Tbsp. 2 Tbsp. 2 Cups 3 tsp. 22
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