Kenmore 100.12934 User's Manual
Use & Care Guide
Bread Maker
Model No, 100.12934
CAUTION:
Read, understand
and follow all important
and Operating
Instructions
in this Manual before using
Sears, Roebuck
and Co,, Hoffman
Estates,
IL 60179
Safeguards
this product.
U.S.A.
IB-12934
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KENMORE
g, Placing tbe Bread Maker in direct sun%hi, near hot appliances or in a draft can all
affect the internal temperature of the oven, which could cause poor results,
FULL WARRANTY
If this product fails due to a defect
of purchase,
return it to any Sears
free replacement,
This warranty
applies
household
purposes,
for only g0 days
This
warranty
This
very
warranty
gives you
from state to state,
Sears,
only
Roebuck
in material
or workmanship
within two years from date
store or other Kenmore
outlet in the United States for
applies
and Co.,
while
specific
if this product
this product
is used
legal
and
Hoffman
rights,
Estates,
When
using
electrical
appliances,
followed,
including
the following:
basic
is ever
used
in the United
you may
for other than
DO
11.
Keep
NOT
use outdoors.
12.
NEVER
13.
Do not operate
14,
Do not over!oad
15.
DO NOT
16.
DO NOT store any materials
in ttlis Bread Maker when not in use.
paper, cardboard,
plastic, or other flammable
items in the unit.
17,
Close supervision
Supervise
children
18.
To protect
against
electrical
shock,
this appliance
is equipped
with a cord having
a 3-prong
grounding-type
plug for insertion
into a proper groundirlg-bipe
receptacle.
DO NOT alter the plug for use in a 2-prong
receptacle.
I! the plug will not fit into a
receptacle,
have the proper receptacle
installed
by a qualified
electrician,
tg,
Your Bread
Maker has
the unit is accidentally
shin1 time. The unit will
if power
interruption
is
a 6 to 12 minute power
interruption
protection
unplugged
during operation,
orthe power
goes
continue
with the program
if it is plugged
back
less than 6 minutes.
20,
This appliance
household
hands,
etc.
away
from
moving
parts
inside
the Bread
Maker.
pdvale
States.
also have
10.
other rights
which
let the cord
hang
the Bread
Bread
over
Maker
Maker
use this appliance
the edge
when
of table
empty,
by exceeding
for anything
as this could
the
other
or counter,
maximum
than
or touch
cause
hot surfaces.
serious
damage,
capacity.
its intended
use,
IL 60!7g
safety
precautions
1.
Read
2,
DO NOT touch hot surfaces.
Use oven mitts to remove
Do not place your tland inside the oven chanrber
afler
removed,
as it will be very hot.
should
always
be
NEVER
is necessary
when any appliance
is used by ot near
to ensure
that they do not play with Bread Maker.
place
children.
aU instructions.
3.
Remove
4,
To protect against
electric
shock,
unit in water or other liquids.
all packaging
plastics
and
When
using this appliance,
provide
circulation.
Use Jn a well-ventilated
uncovered
dunng use. Qn surfaces
heat pad is recomrnended,
other
DO
NOT
materials
immerse
the hot bread pan.
the bread pan []as been
from
cord,
unit before
plug,
operating.
or main
Bread
Maker
adequate
air space above
and on all sides for air
area. Make
sure steam vents on sides are
where
heat may cause a problem,
an insulated
6.
To prevent
spillage
inside the oven chamber,
always
remove the bread pan flom
machine
before adding the ingredients.
Ingredients
that splash
onto the heating
element
can burn and cause smoke.
7.
UNPLUG
cleaning.
8.
DO NOT operate
any appliance
with a damaged
cord or plug, or after the appliance
rnalfunctions
ol has been dropped
or damaged
in any rnanner.
Return appliance
to
the nearest
authorized
service
facility for examination,
repair or adjustment.
from
Allow
outlet when
unit to cool
not in use, before fitting or removing
parts and
before cleaning,
installing,
or removing
parts.
the
before
is for
21. SAVE THESE
use
INSTRUCTIONS!
only.
feature in case
out for a
in right away or
Fig. 1
window
,Window
On / Off Power Switch
tat rear of unill
Measuring
CONTROL
PANEL
1. LCD
Digital
Shows
INSTRUCTION
Display
(see
Fig.
(see
Fig.
Cup
1 and
2)
1)
• Red light comes
then shows prepregrammed
countdown
of time remaining
total
on
unit is operating
Size Button
(see Fig. 1)
Press to select the loaf size for the recipe
Default setting is 1.0 Lb.
3. Crust
Color
Button
Lets you choose
Light, Medium
or
Defau][ setting is
4.
Proglam/_
Status
Indicator
on when
2, Loaf
Leaf
Size
Indicalors
1 tbsp.)
the following:
• Number
for each plogral_q setting (1-13},
bread making
time with minu[e by minute
selected
program.
• Crust color
(Light, Medium or Dark)
• Loaf Size (1.0 Lb, 1.5 Lb, or 2.0 Lb)
• Program
status indication
Heating elemen
(inside, bottom of unit)
Dual tv eas ]ring
Spoon (ltsp. and
(see Fig. 1)
1he preferred
crust
Dark.
Medium crust.
you are
making
(1.0 Lb,
1,5 Lb or 2.0 Lb).
color:
Menu Button
Press the menu button to select the programmed
baking cycle you want. Menu
nurnbers
are on the hd of Bread Maker (see Fig. 2), II you go past the program
number you want, keep going until you reach it again.
Default setting is program
Lear Size
Butlon --
1 Basic
Slat1
-ButtOn
Slop /
Pause
Bu_too
1.
MENU
Fig. 2
6
Sweet
7
Quick
Wholewheat
8
Cake
Rapid
9
Gluten
2
Rapid
3
4
5
French
White
Wholewheat
10
11 Artisan
Bread
Free
12
Jam
13
Extra
[lOmin
Dough
Bake Time
to
90min)
Dough
4
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PROGRAM
5.
Start
6.
7.
Stop
Fast
to begin
the programmed
baking
cycle.
I Pause Button
(see Fig. 3)
Use this button to pause the program
for adding ingredients,
or to canceI the entire
program.
Press button, add extra ingredients,
theR push the Start batten to resume.
To cancel
a program,
press and hold Stop / Pause button for about 3 seconds
until unit stops.
Bake
Button
(see
Fig.
3)
This cycle comes in handy when you cannot plan ahead for bread
The Fast Bake feature allows you bake bread in about an hour,
8.
Delay StartTimer
Plus and Minus
making.
Buttons(see Fig. 3)
Use these buttons
to program
bread to be baked at a delayed time, (up to 12 hours).
The delay timer witl not work on the "Fast Bake" program,
it is also not
recommended
for the dough,
am or gluten free settings.
Set the timer to1 how
much time you want to pass before the bread is completed.
For example,
if it is
8:00 pm and you want bread to be ready at 7:00 am, you set the delay timer for
11 hours. The Bread Maker then calculates
when it has to come on.
NOTE: Do not use perishable
ingredients
in the Delay Start mode, such as milk,
eggs, cheese
and yogurt. You can also use these buttons to adjust the time on any
program.
They adjust up and down in I0 minute increments.
This must be done
before the unit begins
operation.
Pig.
SETTINGS
Button
Press
3
The foIIowieg
program
settings
will make is easy for you to make a great variety of breads
and fruit jams. For each selected
setting,
the baking time has been preprogrammed.
The
recipes
provided
on pages 13-21 will help you determine
which program
setting
you should
use. NOTE: These timings ere for a Medium Crust. Timing will vary somewhat
depending
on the crust
color
Program
Program
Setting
Menu
1.0
Lb
1.5 Lb
2.0Lb
Description
#
1
3:05
3:10
2"15
You can u.te lhl_ setting lor rnost recipes that
usewhile )]our
Rapid Whi_e
2
2140
2:45
2150
Quicklv bakes loaves of bread made wi_h
whd_ ilo_r. Recipes rnus_use rapid-rise yeast
Whole Wheat
3
4:20
4:25
4:30
Use !_ bre_ real c_rll_ns a large _mount o[ whel_
wh.-at flou_ This se_hnghas a longer r,sec_cte
Rapid
Whole Whea_
4
2:34
2:39
2:44
Ouickly bakes Ioav_s ot bread made w_thwhole
wheal g_ur, Recipe,_mu,_t_'e rapid-rise yeast
French
5
3:32
3;36
3:_0
Bakes h_ead_
Swee_
5
3:19
3122
3:25
Bakes bleed thal conl_d% higher amounls ot
sugar a¢d eggs,which tend Loincrease muwning
Quick Bread
7
2:Be
Bakes bread thal conta_n_baking _owder
in_teado_ Yeast
Cak_
Gk;ien Free
S
Dough
1!: _iours
ds_ Lirne
10
2:S4
11
Jam
1 hr.25 mLn.
cook t,mo
12
Exlra Bake
13
2:59
Prepares dough that c_n then be shaped t_
ma_e cofle_ cakes, r_lls, pizza and oth_r br_ad_
and baked in a conventional oven
Several
long. slow cooler
r_ses lo enhance
textu_0, tas e and crusl i_ ff_o final product.
Punch down for 10 sec. slier 3rd nse.
*"
This setting is for making ;ares from flesh
The blade aulomahcally
_tirs the co_[ents
Ih[aug_out
the cook time
Adds
extra
Add time
Fast eak,u
thin crust _ndIlghl le_ure
aake,_yeast _read with _ngredI_n_ oLherthan
lhos_ containing _h_at or o_ner _lu_en
1:22
nse lime
rt T[rtler
Start
Button
Slop /
select.
Basic
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Sta
you
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BEJftOn
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in 1o mlnut_
lrult.
i_cr_me_ts.
cycle bugms
Suitable
far white bread recipes made with rapid
d_e yeast. The_a s_ead_ ate best consumed
wit hit)
2 hours
Button
tim_
before
1he
after pr_ganng.
Bu_ton
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EXTRA
BAKE-
You can
plus and minus
at the beginning,
FAST
RAKE
buttons
before
- The
manually
adjust
the amount
of time
to change
the time in 10 minute
the programmed
baking
begins.
Fast
Bake
cycle
goes
through
for any
baking
increments.
kneading,
This
rising
and
by using
must
baking
the
be left out,
but
keep
it on hand
for Fast
Bake
Loaves.
FIRST
the
bread
pan,
kneading
soapy
water.
2.
Rinse
and drythoreughly,
3.
Do not use a dishwasher
properties
3,
DO NOT
4, The
of the bread
IMMERSE
exterier
soapy
water.
blade,
to clean
pan,
BREAD
or the Bread
Dry thoroughly.
MAKER
Maker
measuring
bread
allowing
can
pan.
bread
cup and
Dishwashing
to stick
during
measuring
spoon
can damage
or
in hot.
the non-stick
baking.
be cleaned
of the bread
3,
pan.
Pour the water, or other liquid called for
as the first item in the recipe, into the
bread
pan.
Unless
otherwise
instructed,
add tile other
ingredients
at room temperature
to the pan
in the order listed
in the recipe. 'feast should
always go in last. Make a small indentation
with your finger in the top of the dry ingredients
and add the yeast to the indentation,
Do not let
the yeast touch the liquid below.
with
a damp
materials
cloth
and
A measuring
ingredients.
Insert
spoon is also included,
Inaccurate
measurements
the bread
pen into
cloth
and warm
for tablespoon
will produce
the oven chamber
and
drive couptlng in the bottom of oven chamber,
side of bread pan handle. If pan is not inserted
work properly.
Lower the bread
and the program
with a soft damp
3:!5
(3 hrs.
or teaspoon
measures.
poor resugs.
push
down
and clicks
correctly,
firmly
Level
off dry
uniil it fits into the
into the two clips on each
the kneading
blade cannot
pan handle and close the Lid. Plug in and switch On. The unit will beep
default setting
of I w II d splay,
hen the cook t me for Program
!,
15 mira),
or cleaners.
dried
Place Bread Maker on a dry, flat, level surface such as a countertop
of room around unit for air circulation.
Make sure you have enough
the lid,
stickers
INWATER.
Do not use abrasive
5, The Oven Chamber
can be cleaned
oven chamber
when it is cool,
open
Fit the kneading
blade (see Fig. 4)
onto the drive shaft in the bottom
Make sure all ingredients
are measured
and weighed
accurately.
Use the see-through
measuring
cup included
for liquids, and measure
at eye level For dry ingredients,
use
a measuring
cup that can be leveled off with the straight edge of e knife or metal spatula.
USE:
Before
using your Bread Maker, remove any packing
material,
plastic, labels,
fags that may be attached
to the appliance,
Clean the appliance
thoroughly:
1, Wash
2.
4.
KEEP WARM FUNCTION - After the bread has baked, the Bread Maker will go into a
Keep Warm mode to keep the bread warm and to ensure that the crust does not
become too soft. Also, items baked using the Fast Bake setting benefit from this step,
This function lasts for up to 60 minutes.
BEFORE
Lift out the bread pan by pulling
up on its handle.
in
approximately
an hour. Mix-ins
must be added at the very beginning
of the cycle
with other basic ingredients.
This cycle comes
in handy
when you cannot plan ahead
for bread making,
The kneading
and rising of this cycle is suitable
for white bread
_ecipes.
Bring all ingredients
to room temp
and liquids to 100 °F. The texture
and rise
of the bread is greatly
improved
by adding
vital wheat
gluten to the mixturein a pinch
it can
1.
be done
thoroughly:
Only clean
eltable.
Leave plenty
room above unit to
Press the Menu Sutton
until you see the program
number
you want in the LCD Display
Window.
Refer to Ihe chad on top of the Lid for program
numbers.
If you miss the
program
number you wanted, just keep going through
el! of them again until you come
back to it. DO NOT use the plus and minus buttons. They are on(y for time delay setlings
and extra bake times. NOTE: If using the Fast Bake setting,
just press the button and the
program
will start
automatically.
g. Select tile loaf size you are going to make by pressing
the Loaf Size Button until the
indicator
in the LCD Display Window
points to your choice. The default setting is 1 Lb.
Keep pressing the button until indicator
is pointing to your desired setting.
10,
Select the crust color you desire by pressing the Crust Color
in the LCD Window
points to your choice, The default setling
pressing
11.
the button
until
indicator
is pointing
to your
13.
The
red
the addition
of extra ingredients
after the Bread Maker has
cycle five beeps will sound, repeating
three times. This is the
signal
items.
to add additional
For removal
of kneading
blade, listen
you may push the stop/pause
button,
return
again
dough to pan,
at this time,
At the end of the cycle
timer wil! have counted
for six beeps, repeated
three times, At this point
remove
pan and take out dough, then kneading
and replace
in bread
maker.
Be sure
to push
To remove
Using
16.
Turn
bread,
hot pads
turn
or oven
the Start
the red light will blink, the unit witl emit 10 slow beeps,
down to zeroes. The LCD Display indicates
the Bread
in the Warm mode, The bread will be in kept warm for up to 60 minutes,
on the unit continues
blinking
to show the unit is still On and active.
15.
off the Switch
mitts,
the loaf out of the pan
(in back
of unit)
llft out the bread
and onto
pan
a wire rack
and unplug
The
the Bread
by its handle.
to cool,
The
If necessary,
and [he
Maker is
hot.
use a nonstiek
If you
have
likely
bread
blade
pan. Once pan is cooled,
stays in the loaf o[ bread,
18.
Leave
the bread
19.
Clean the bread pan and kneader immediately after use, (See care and cleaning}.
NOTE:The Bread Maker will not operate again until it has cooled down,
kneading
blade
in during
the baking,
remove kneading
blade
simply take it out.
10 cool for about
30 minutes,
Measure
carefully:
Use the appropriate
measuring
tools and measure
carefully, The
measuring
cup incIuded can be used for liquids,
measured
at eye level. Spoon dry
ingredients
into a standard
measuring
cup and level off with the straight
edge of a knife
or metal spatula.
Use measuring
spoons
for liquid and dry ingredients.
Level off dry
ingredients.
3,
Keep Ingredients
Fresh:
Use fresh ingredients
at room temperature.
Use Bread Flour
in the USA and use All-Purpose
Flour or Bread Flour in Canada.
Use yeast that has
an expiration
date of at toast 6 months in the future. Avoid using perishable
ingredients
(such as milk, eggs and cheese)
when using the delay-bake
function.
it will mo_
from
bread
or it will not slice
pan.
4. The Perfect
Dough:
In very humid weather,
bread may require a little more flour. Check
bread toward the end of the first rise. ]f it seems
sticky, add 1 or 2 tabIespoons
of flour
to _he second
kneading
cycle until lhe dough forms a smooth ball, If the bread seems
very dr,/or
knocks in the kneading
cycle, sprinkle
room ternperature
water into the pan,
1 teas,_oon
at a time, until dough forms a smooth
ball,
5.
Look But Don't Open: The glass in the cover is there to monitor the process.
Do not
open the lid during the baking process.
In the initial mixing you may open the cover to
use a rubber spatula
to blend in any ingredients
that have sluck to lhe sides of the
bread pan or to add ingredients
at the 5 "add ingredient"
beeps repeated
3 times,
Maker.
pan is very
NOTE:
left the
2,
red ]ighl
spatula
gently inserted along the sides of the pan to loosen
bread.
utensils
might scratch the nonstick
coating on the bread pan,
17.
1. Fo low the Directions:
The liquid is always the first ingredient.
Dry ingredients
fellow
and the yeast is added last. Make a small well in the center 01 the f our and place t le
yeast there. This is especially
important
when using the delay-bake
funcbon
to avoid
activating
the yeast too soon.
ligh! witl go out and the
For recipes
thai require
begun
ts programmed
blade,
button
14.
setting.
Press the Start Button. Timer in display window
will start [o count down the time
remaining
on your selected
program.
To stop or cancel the program,
press and hold
the Stop / Pause Button for about 2 to 3 seconds.
display will read the last program
number.
12.
desired
Button until the indicator
is Medium.
Keep
Metal
remain
in the
If the kneading
properly.
6. Nave Patience:
Wait at least 30 minutes before slicing freshly
baked bread; it will sti!l
be deliciously
warm bul easier to slice. If you like a crisp crust, rernove the bread as
soon as the baking cycle is complete.
To make another
loaf of bread let the unit cool
completely.
7, Adding
ingredients:
All functions
except Rapid Bake allow for the addition of ingredients,
such as dried fruits and nuts. Three series of 5 beeps sound just before kneading
is
complete.
This happens
about 30 minutes into the program.
This is when to add your
additional
ingredients,
8, To save it for another
time: To freeze freshly baked bread, cool completely
on a wire
rack. Wrap securely
in plastic wrap and then in foil, To serve, remove from foil and
defrost in microwave.
For a freshly baked flavor, reheat in the oven.
9,
10,
Avoid Delay when
Possible:
The delay-bake
function of the Bread Maker cannot be
used for Fast Bake. It is not recommended
for Whole Grain, Quick Bread,
making Jam
and anything
else with perishable
ingredients.
Test the Water Temperature:
(26.6 ° to 32.2_C), For Rapid
(43.3 ° to 48.8_C).
For most breads,
use water that is 80" to 9O_F
Bake breads, use water that is 1 t 0 ° to 120"F
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Basic;
Setting
I or 2:
WhitelRapid
Troubleshooti
IfBread
is: ng:
. Too
Brown
- Too Light
the baking
-
select
- select
cycle
• Too
Coarse
• Too
Heavy
- make
- use
a lighter
a darker
sure
crust
crust
you add
less flour
color
and
Water
do not open
yeast
• Too
{1/4
at a time)
- try less yeast
1,0 lb.
Loaf
1 _,'_cup + 1 tsp,
1 !_ cup + 3 tsp.
:!_ cup + _/_ teas.
Oil
2 Tbsp.
1 + 1/'2 Tbsp.
1 Tbsp.
Salt
2 tsp,
1 + l/2 tsp.
f tsp,
Sugar
3 Tbsp.
2 Tbsp.
I + 1/2 Tbsp.
Dried
Skimmed
Milk Powder
2 Tbsp.
1 + 1/2 Tbsp.
1 Tbsp.
4 !.'_*cups
31,4 cups
2 _Acups
2 fsp,
I _ tsp.
1 V._ tsp
salt
or mare
yeast,
High
1,5 lb. Loaf
unit during
(1 tsp at a time)
• Too LowUse less flour
or check
the date on your
• Collapses
or amount
the
2 lb. Loaf
tsp.
or water
in the Centerdough is toe wet
is tea great for the unit.
that
or flour
is not
too hot,
is not strong
enough,
White
Bread
Flour
AcLive Dry Yeast
Place ingredients
in eider listed in bread pen fitted with kneading blade, Place pan In
3eadmaker
Seect#
or 2 setting, ChooseOrustcolorandloatsJze
then press Start
button. If desired you may remove the kneading blade wben the unit beeps 6 times.
repeated
3 times. When cycle is completed,
remove bread and transfer to wlre rack to
cool. *For recipes Usirlg the Rapid White setting, always use rapid-rise yeasL
Do
pan
not put
bread
pan in dishwasher.
Do not immerse
outside
of bread
in water,
|
Whole Wheat Bread:
Setting 3 or 4:
Whole Wheat / rapid
j
Water
unit
is unplugged
from
the
power
source.
Pan to cool
water, rinse
Do Not use abrasive
coating
of the bread
slightly, then wash bread
well and dry completely,
pan
scouring pads or metal implements,
pan and kneading
blade.
and kneading
These
could
blade
immediately
scratch
the
ncn-stlck
If kneading
blade will not come off shaft in bread pan, fi!l pan partially
with warm soapy
water and leave to soak for about 5 minutes,
If kneader
still cannot be removed
after
10 minutes, hold the shaft from underneath
the pan and twist back and forth gently
until the kneader
is released,
Use a soft.
necessary.
damp
Make
1,5
lb. Leaf
1.0 lb.
Loaf
1 t,_ cup + 1 tsp.
1 _,..tcup + 3 tsp.
_. cup + !& teas.
3 Tbsp,
2 Tbsp.
1 !,'_Tbsp.
2 tsp.
1 _,,:_tsp.
4 Tbsp,
3 Tbsp.
2 Tbsp.
3 Tbsp.
2 Tbsp.
1 !& Tbsp.
4 V:)cups
3 !4 cups
2 cups
2 _/2tsp.
1 _,_ [sp.
1 [sp.
]
Butter/Margarine
Allow Bread
in hot sudsy
2 Ib, Loaf
cloth to clean the outside
and inside surfaces
of the Bread Maker if
sure the unit is cool to the toucll. The lid can be lifted off for cleaning.
Salt
Soft Brown
Sugar
Dried Skimmed
Milk Powder
Whole
Bread
Wheat
Flour
Active
Dry 'feast
1 tsp.
Place irlgledients in older [isled irl bread pan fitted with kneading blade. Place pan _n bread
maker, Select #3 or 4 setting. Choose Crust co_o_ and loaf size, then press Start button. If
desired you may lemove the kneading blade when the unit beeps 6 times, repeated 3 times.
When cycle is completed,
remove bread and barterer to wlre rack to cool. *For recipes using
the Rapid Whole Wheat setting, atways use rapid-rise yeast.
13
French
Bread;
Setting
French
5:
Bread
2 lb. Loaf
Water
1.5 lb. Loaf
f.O Ib,
Loaf
1 V_ Cups
1 t_ cups
2/3 cup
2 Tbsp,
1 Tbsp,
1 Tbsp.
Quick Bread:
Pumpkin
Bread
with Walnuts
Setting
7:
Quick Bread
Olive
Oil
Salt
1 t,_ tsp,
1 tsp.
_:_ tsp.
Oil
Sugar
2 Tbsp,
! _ Tbsp,
1 Tbsp,
Canned
4 Cups
3 _A Cups
2 t4 Cups
2 tsp,
1 F_ tsp.
1 _,:_tsp,
White
Flour
Bread
Active
Yeast
Dry
Place ingredients in order listed in bread pan fitted with kneading blade, Place pan in bread
maker. Select #5 setting. Choose crust color and loaf size. therl press Stad button, If desired
you may remove he kneading b ade when the unit beeps 6 times repeated 3 times. When
cycle is completed, remove bread and trans[er to wire rack Io cool
Sweet
Raisin
Breed:
Loaf
Setting 6:
Sweet Bread
2 lb. Loaf
1.5 lb. Loaf
f.O lb.
Loaf
2/3 cup
_,'_cup
Salt
G ranulated
White
Bread
Sugar
Flour
_,:_cup
2
2
1
1 tsp.
3z_.tsp,
t._ [sp.
Raisins
Active
3 Tbsp,
2/3
Dry Yeast
+ 2 tsp.
3 Tbsp.
3 3A cups
cup
2 _4 tsp,
2 Tbsp.
2 Tbsp.
+ 1 Lsp.
3 cups
21._. cups
_'_ cup
1/3 cup
2 t_i tsp.
2 tsp.
Place ingredients
in r}rder listed in bread pan fltled with kneading blade. Place pan in
bread rnaker. Select #6 setling, Choose crusf color and loaf size, then press Start butlon.
When 5 beeps sound repealed 3 times, add raisins. If desired you may remove the
kneadingblade
when the unit beeps 6 limes, ;'epeaied 3 limes, When cycle is completed,
remove loaf and transfer Io wire rack to cool.
14
Loaf
Brown Sugar,
packed
Unbleached
All
Purpose
Flour
2
1 cup
2 _.;_cups
Ground
Cinnamon
1 tsp.
Ground
Allspice
Y: tsp.
Ground
Nutmeg
!:_ tsp.
1 tsp.
1/3 cup
!,t_ cup
Eggs, large,
room temp.
1.0 lb.
1 cup
Eggs, Ig,
room temp.
Baking
Unsalted
butter,
!,'_-in pieces at
room temp.
1.5 lb. Loaf
_4 cup
Pumpkin
Salt
Milk
2 lb. Loaf
Powder
1 tsp.
Walnuts"
_,_ cup
Dried
_;1_
cup
Cranberries*
* Walnut._ and dried Cranberries
are oplional
Place ;ngredlents in order EIsfed in bread pan fitted wi_h kneading blade, Place pan in bread
maken Select # 7 _ettlng for Quick Bread. The Bread Maker will automatically
select 2,0 Lb,
IoafandMe_iumcrust,
PressSatbutto_,
des edyoumay
emovethekneadint]bade
when the unit beeps 6 times, repeated 3 limes. When cycle IS completed,
remove bread
and transfer to wire rack to cook
15
Gluten
Setting
8: Cake
Free:
Cheesy
Gluten-Free
Setting
9:
Gluten
Free
Cake: Sour
Cream
Chocolate
Tea
Loaf
2 Ib, Loaf
1.5 lb. Loaf
1.0 lb.
Loaf
1,5 lb. Loaf
1.0 lb.
Lowfat Milk,
80 - 90F
1 _ cups
Olive Oil
Sour Cream
3 Tbsp.
1 _,'_cups
.....
2 Tbsp.
- ....
1/3 cup
EggSr Ig.
room letup.
1
Eggs, large.
at room temp,
Honey
Granulated
Sugar
Brown Sugar,
packed
U ebleached
_a'J
cup
All
2
2
......
3 Tbsp.
2 Tbsp.
1 tsp,
_,:_tsp,
---- .....
1 !,'_ tsp.
1 Isp.
- ....
2 cups
1 _/_ cups
......
6 tbsp,
Cider Vinegar
_:_cup + 2 Tbsp.
Flour
Salt
Brown
Rice Flour
Potato
Starch
1 cup
_:_ cup
......
Baking
Powder
!iz tsp,
Tapioca
Flour
t,_ cup
1/3 cup
......
Baking
Soda
_A tsp.
Gartava
Flour
t_ cup
2 Tbsp.
- .....
lj:_ tsp.
Guinoa
_, cup
2 Tbsp,
-----
_/:, tsp.
Xanthan
2 _':_tsp.
2 tsp.
- .....
113 cup
Geiatin
_A cup
Shredded
Provolone
Sail
Vanilla
Loaf
6 Tbsp.
Miik, low[at
Purpose
2 Ib, Loaf
Loaf
Extract
Chocolate
Chips
Chopped
Walnuts
Dried Tart Cherries
3 Tbsp,
Place ingredients
in order listed ir_ bread pan fitled wilh kneading blade. Place pan in bread
maker, Select setting # 8 for Cake, The Bread Maker will automatically
select 1 ,O Lb, loaf.
Press start It des red you rr ay remove he kneading blade when the uni beeps) 6 rimes,
repealed 3 times. When cycle is completed,
remove lea loaf and transfer' _o wi_e _ack [o cool
Flour
gum
_ tsp.
!._ tsp .......
1/3 cup + 2 Tbsp.
!4 cup
......
Shredded
Mozzarella
cheese
1/3 cup + 2 Tbsp.
;_ cup
.....
Grated
Palmesan
cheese
!4 cup
2 Tbep.
- ....
2 !,4 Lsp.
2 I:_ tsp,
- ....
Active
cheese
Dry Yeast
Add the m Ik, oi, eggs, honey and cider vinegar _o the bread pan fitted with the kneading
blade. Sttt the remainin_ ingredJenls together, e×cept for the yeast, Ena separaie mixing
bowl to incorporate,
andthen add to the bread pan, Add yeast to the bread pan last, Place
pan in breed maker. Select setting # 9 for Gluten Free, Choose Crust color and loaf size,
then press Stad button, While the dough is kneading, sclape the sides of the bread pan
wilh a rubber spatula to fully incorporate ingredients.
If desired you may rel:qove the kneading
blade when the unit beeps 6 times, repeated 3 times, When cycle is completed,
remove bread
and transfer Io wire rack to cool.
17
Dough:
Pizza Dough
Setting
10:
Dough
Water, 80 - 90_F
Honey or sugar
Salt (sea or kosher)
Largo2 lb. Loaf
Medium 1.5 lb. Loaf
Small %0 lb, Loaf
Artisan
Dough:
Hazelnut
and
Apricot
Loaf
Setting
11 :
Artisan
Dough
About
2.0 Lbs.
Dough
--
--
Water
1 _%:cups
--
--
1 1/3 cups
1 cup
2/3 cup
1 tap.
_, tsp.
!2 tsp.
Sea Salt
1 tap.
Honey
2 tap.
1 1._ tsp,
2 Tbsp.
1 _,/_Tbsp.
1 Tbsp.
3 !4 cups
2 2/3 sups
1 4,_ cups
Whole Wheat Flour*
3/4 cup
9 Tbsp.
6 Tbsp.
Active Dry Yeasl
2 _/_ tap.
1 _._ tsp.
1 _4 tsp.
Active
Olive Oil
Bread Flour'
• May use all bread flour rather than using part whole wheat flour.
Place hTgredients in order listed in breed pan fitted with kneading blade. Place pan in bread
maker. Select dough size 2.0,1.5, or 1.0). Select #10, Dough setting. Press start. When
Cough Cycle is completed,
lemove dough from bread pan, deflate dough, and use for your
favorite pizza.
2 tsp ....
1 Tbsp.
--
--
21/_ cups
--
--
Whole Wheat Floul
_.,_,cup
--
--
Barley Flour
',t cup
--
--
2 _.5 tsp.
--
--
_,'zcup
....
2/3 cup
--
Bread Flour
Dry"'feast
Hazelnuts
Dried Apricots,
chopped
Place ingredienls,
except for h_3zelnuts and apricots, in
ki_eadir_g blade, Place pan in bleed makel; Selecl # 11,
Dough Cycle is completed,
remove dough from pan and
Punch to deflate and let rest 10 minutes.
Preheat oven
i
order listed ill bread pan fitted with
Artisan Dough. Press Stair. When
transfer to wei}-floL!red surface.
to 425"F.
Roll dough into a rectangle approximately
16 X t 2 ir_ches, Sprinkle the hazelnuts and
apricots evenly alonQ the surface of the dough. RoJl dough into a cylindrical shape that
is about 3 inches wide. Pinch the ends to sha_e the loaf. Place on "baking sheet Iined
with parchment, cover with plastic and let rest for about 30 minutes.
Slash loaf diztgonally 4 to 5 times along the lop of 1he Ioal and dust lightly wi_h flour. Bake
iR preheated oven until golden and even, about 25 to 30 minutes. Wher_ finished, remove
rrom sheet and transfer to wire rack Io cool.
Jam: Strawberry
Rhubarb
Jam
Setting
12: Jam
1 Lb, fresh
strawberries.
stemmed and
Fast
Fast
Corn
Fast
Button
..........
Bake:
Bake
Loaf
Bake
2 lb. Loaf
1,5 Ib,
Loaf
1.0 Ibo Loaf
Canned Crearn Corn
---
7;8 cup
---
1/3 cup packed
Brown Sugar
Lowlal Milk
---
1i3 cup
--
12 ounces flosh
rhubarb, cut in
1/[email protected] slices
!:_ cup
powdered
Unsalted butler,
in small pieces.
room temp.
---
4 _,'_tsp.
--
2/3 cup granulated
Sugar
l,_ tsp, ground
cinnamon
quallered
or halved
pectin
Granulated
Place hail the straw'berdes in a bawl with 1/'3 cup of the sugar. Use m potalo masher or fork
to mash roughly - mixture should be slightly chunk,,! with some liquid. Add remainPlg
ingredients
and stir Io corrlbine. Trarls[er to [be bread pan f_t[ed with kneading blade. Place
the bread pan irl the bread maker, select # 12 setting, Jarn. Press Stair. Sclape the sides
o[ the pan at 5 and 10 minutes into lhe cycle.
When cycle is complete, transfer jam to clean jars, Let cool, then ¢oveq and retfigerate,
Keeps i_1refrigerator for 4 to 6 weeks.
sugal ....
1 _,,_.
tsp.
Salt
---
"_(,tsp,
Bread FIot_i
....
2 2/3 cups
!_ cup + 1 Tbsp,
Yellow Cornmeal
--
Vllal wheat gluten
......
3 tap .....
Active Dry'feast
---
3 tsp,
Combine corn, milk and butter and '_arm to 1O0 _R Place ingredients
in order
bread pan titled with kneading blade. Place pall in bread makel. Select # 13
Press Start. When cycle is completed
_eillove darn blend pan and allow to
or keep in bread maker in bread pan on the Keep Warm function for 60 min,
Warm lunctlon, allow to cool for 20 m]nules before curling.
20
21
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---
-listed in
Jar Past B_._&e.
cool for 1 hour
After Keep
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