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HomeBaker™

Breadmaker

Machine à pain

HomeBaker™

Máquina

Panificadora

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Table of Contents

 

Important Safeguards ..............................................................................

3

Parts and Features ....................................................................................

4

Quick-StartGuide .....................................................................................

5

Control Panel ............................................................................................

6

Program Cycles ........................................................................................

8

Detailed Instructions ..............................................................................

9

Timetable for Cycles ..............................................................................

11

Removing Bread ....................................................................................

12

Cleaning ..................................................................................................

12

Tips: Bread Basics .................................................................................

13

Tips: Use Exact Measurements ............................................................

14

Frequently Asked Questions .................................................................

15

Troubleshooting.....................................................................................

16

Recipes ...................................................................................................

19

Table des matières

 

Précautions importantes .......................................................................

32

Pièces et caractéristiques ......................................................................

34

Guide de démarrage rapide ..................................................................

35

Panneau de contrôle ..............................................................................

36

Cycles de programmation .....................................................................

38

Instructions détaillées ............................................................................

39

Tableau des durées des cycles ..............................................................

41

Retrait du pain ........................................................................................

42

Nettoyage ...............................................................................................

42

Conseils : Notions élémentaires sur le pain ........................................

43

Conseils : Mesurer avec précision .......................................................

44

Foire aux questions ................................................................................

45

Dépannage .............................................................................................

46

Recettes .................................................................................................

49

Tabla de contenidos

Salvaguardias Importantes ...................................................................

62

Partes y Características ..........................................................................

64

Guía de Inicio Rápido .............................................................................

65

Panel de Control......................................................................................

66

Ciclos de Programa ................................................................................

68

Instrucciones Detalladas .......................................................................

69

Tiempos de los Ciclos ............................................................................

71

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Cómo Quitar el Pan ................................................................................

72

Limpieza..................................................................................................

72

Consejos: Lo Esencial Sobre el Pan .....................................................

73

Consejos: Utilice Mediciones Exactas ..................................................

74

Preguntas Frecuentes ............................................................................

75

Resolviendo Problemas .........................................................................

76

Recetas ...................................................................................................

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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. Always use oven mitts to handle hot bread pan or hot bread.

3.Do not put hand inside oven chamber after bread pan is removed. Heating unit will still be hot.

4.To protect against electrical shock, do not immerse cord, plug, or breadmaker in water or other liquid.

5.Close supervision is necessary when any appliance is used by or near children.

6.Unplug from outlet when not in use and before cleaning. Allow to cool before putting on or taking off parts, or before cleaning the appliance.

7.Do not operate any appliance with a damaged cord or plug, or after the appliance malfunctions or is dropped or damaged in any manner. Call our toll-freecustomer service number for information on examination, repair, or adjustment.

8.The use of accessory attachments not recommended by the appliance manufacturer may cause injuries.

9.Do not use outdoors.

10.Do not let cord hang over edge of table or counter or touch hot surfaces.

11.Do not place on or near a hot gas or electric burner or in a heated oven.

12.Extreme caution must be used when moving an appliance containing hot oil or other hot liquids.

13.To disconnect, turn all controls off (STOP); then remove plug from wall outlet.

14.Use extreme caution when removing bread pan.

15.To turn breadmaker OFF, press and hold the START/STOP button for 2 seconds. See “Control Panel” section for more information.

16.Do not place eyes or face in close proximity with tempered glass viewing window, in the event that the safety glass breaks.

17.Do not use appliance for other than intended use.

18.Clean oven interior carefully. Do not scratch or damage heating element tube.

19.CAUTION: Risk of Electric Shock. Cook only in removable Bread Pan.

SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS!

Other Consumer Safety Information

This product is intended for household use only.

WARNING! Shock Hazard: This appliance has a polarized plug (one wide blade) that reduces the risk of electric shock. The plug fits only one way into a polarized outlet. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the plug by modifying the plug in any way or by using an adapter.

If the plug does not fit fully into the outlet, reverse the plug. If it still does not fit, have an electrician replace the outlet.

The length of the cord used on this appliance was selected to reduce the hazards of becoming tangled in or tripping over a longer cord. If a longer cord is necessary, an approved extension cord may be used. The electrical rating of the extension cord must be equal to or greater than the rating of the appliance. Care must be taken to arrange the extension cord so that it will not drape over the countertop or tabletop where it can be pulled on by children or accidentally tripped over.

To avoid an electrical circuit overload, do not use another high-

wattage appliance on the same circuit with your breadmaker.

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Parts and Features

Kneading

 

Paddle

Kneading Paddle

Spare

(unit includes 2

Kneading

kneading paddles)

Paddle

Top Lid

 

 

Nonstick

 

Bread Pan

Nonstick

Base

Bread Pan

Viewing

 

Window

 

Ventilation Holes

TO REMOVE BREAD PAN:

Control Panel

 

Baking Chamber

 

Housing

Using the bread pan handle, turn the bread pan counterclockwise to unlock it. Lift up and remove bread pan from baking chamber.

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Quick-StartGuide

BEFORE FIRST USE: Wash and dry bread pan and kneading paddle.

nonstick surface.

 

 

 

 

NOTE: Do not use metal utensils in bread pan since they may damage the

See “Detailed Instructions” section for additional information.

CAUTION! Falling Object Hazard. Breadmaker can wobble and walk during

 

 

 

kneading cycle. Always position it in the center of the counter away from

1

Add Ingredients

 

the edge.

 

 

 

 

LAST: Yeast. MUST be separate

 

 

 

 

from wet ingredients

 

 

 

 

SECOND: Dry ingredients (sugar,

 

 

 

 

salt, shortening, flour)

 

 

 

 

FIRST: Liquid ingredients – room

 

 

 

 

temperature

 

 

Place kneading paddle on

Carefully measure and add ingredients to the bread pan in

Place bread pan in the

 

shaft, with arrow pointing

the EXACT order given in the recipe.

breadmaker, turning clockwise

 

up, pushing down as far as

TIP: Premeasure all ingredients, includingadd-ins(nuts,

until it locks into place. Close

 

it will go, making sure flat

raisins), prior to beginning.

cover.

 

surfaces are lined up.

 

 

NOTE: Bread pan must lock

 

 

 

 

into place for proper mixing

2

Select Cycle

 

 

and kneading.

 

 

 

Press CYCLE button until desired program number appears on the digital display.

Press CRUST and LOAF SIZE buttons to ADJUST to desired setting (not adjustable in some cycles).

To program a Delayed Start, use the DELAY TIMER + or – buttons to add up to 12 hours before Cycle will start. Refer to page 10 for additional information.

3 Start Making Bread

Press START/STOP. The digital display

Add-ins:After the second kneading cycle,

will show the time remaining in the cycle.

10 beeps will signal you to add fruit, nuts,

 

etc.

Using oven mitts, turn counterclockwise to unlock the bread pan, and pull bread pan straight up. Still using oven mitts, shake loaf from pan and let cool for 10 minutes.

Once complete, breadmaker will beep and begin Keep Warm cycle for up to 1 hour.

Press START/STOP button for 2 seconds to cancel the Keep Warm cycle and turn off breadmaker.

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Control Panel

Preprogrammed Cycles

CYCLE

Press CYCLE button to select your desired cycle. The corresponding cycle number is shown on the display.

CRUST COLOR

Press CRUST button to move the arrow to desired setting: Light, Medium, or Dark crust. (Crust is not adjustable in Cycles,

, , , and .)

LOAF SIZE

Press the LOAF SIZE button to move the arrow to 1.5- or 2-lb.loaf size. (Loaf size is not an option in Cycles,,,,,,

and .)

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DELAY TIMER

Use the Delay Timer feature to start the breadmaker at a later time. Press the + and – buttons to increase the cycle time shown on the display. Add up to 13 hours including the delay time and breadmaking cycle.

NOTES:

Set the Delay Time after selecting Cycle, Loaf Size, and Crust Color.

The 1.5 lb. Express, 2 lb. Express, and JAM cycles do not have a delay function.

Do not use the timer function with recipes that include dairy or other ingredients, such as eggs, milk, cream, or cheese.

START/STOP BUTTON

Press the START/STOP button once to start a cycle. A short beep will be heard, the colon in the time display will begin to flash, and the cycle will start. To remove bread, press the START/STOP button to end the baking cycle.

To cancel a cycle, press the START/STOP button for at least 2 seconds.

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Control Panel (cont.)

Preprogrammed Cycles

POWER INTERRUPTION

In the event of a power outage, the process of making bread will continue automatically within 5 minutes. If the interruption time is longer than 5 minutes, the unit will not continue running and the display will revert back to the default setting (Cycle , Medium Color, and2-lb.loaf). If the dough has started rising, discard the ingredients in the bread pan and start over. If the dough has not entered the rising phase, you can press the START/STOP button to continue the cycle from the beginning.

WARNING DISPLAY

“HHH” – This warning means that the temperature inside of the bread pan is too high. Stop the program, unplug the power cord, open the cover, and let the machine cool down completely before restarting.

“LLL” – This warning means that the temperature inside of the bread pan is too low. The room temperature is too low for the breadmaker to function.

KEEP WARM

After baking cycle is complete, the bread machine will shift to the Keep Warm setting for 1 hour.

To cancel the Keep Warm process, press the START/STOP button for 2 seconds.

TIP: Removing bread immediately after baking cycle is complete will prevent crust from becoming darker.

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Program Cycles

Basic

For white and mixed breads consisting mainly of basic bread flour.

French

For light breads made from fine flour. Normally, the bread is fluffy and has a crispy crust. This is not a suitable setting for recipes requiring butter, margarine, or milk.

Gluten-Free

For gluten-freebreads and mixes.

Quick

For quick-breadrecipes that do not use yeast for rising and instead may use baking powder or soda. Kneading, rising, and baking loaf within a time less than for basic bread.

Sweet

For breads with additives such as fruit juices, grated coconut, raisins, dry fruits, chocolate, or added sugar. Due to a longer phase of rising, the bread will be light and airy.

1.5 lb. Express

Kneading, rising, and baking a 1.5-lb.loaf occurs in

58 minutes using a quick-risingyeast. Loaf will be smaller and rougher than that made with the Basic cycle.

2.0 lb. Express

Same as 1.5 lb. Express, but yields a 2-lb.loaf.

Dough

This cycle prepares the yeast dough for buns, pizza crust, etc., to be baked in a conventional oven. There is no baking in this cycle.

Jam

For making jams with fresh fruit.

Cake

Kneading, rising, and baking occurs, but with the aid of soda or baking powder.

Whole Grain

For breads with heavy varieties of flour that require a longer phase of kneading and rising (whole wheat flour, rye flour). Bread will be more compact and heavy.

Bake

When additional baking of breads is needed because a loaf is too light or not baked through. There is no kneading or resting.

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Detailed

 

BEFORE FIRST USE:

 

 

The appliance may emit a little smoke and/or

 

• Clean all the parts according to the Cleaning

This is normal and will subside after the first

 

 

• Check for any missing or damaged parts.

odor when you turn it on for the first time.

Instructions

section.

 

 

or second use. Make sure the appliance has

empty for about 10 minutes. Let unit cool

• Dry all parts thoroughly. The appliance is ready

 

 

• Set the breadmaker on Bake mode and bake

sufficient ventilation.

 

 

down and clean all the detached parts again.

for use.

 

 

 

 

 

LAST: Yeast. MUST be separate

 

 

 

 

 

from wet ingredients

 

 

 

 

 

SECOND: Dry ingredients (sugar,

 

 

 

 

 

salt, shortening, flour)

 

 

 

 

 

FIRST: Liquid ingredients – room

1

2

 

3

 

temperature

 

 

 

Using the bread pan handle,

Push the kneading paddle onto

Add the ingredients to the bread pan in the order listed in the recipe.

turn the bread pan counter-

the drive shaft inside the bread

First, add the liquids, sugar, and salt; then the flour; and last the yeast.

clockwise and then pull it out of

pan.

 

NOTE: Make sure that yeast does not come into contact with salt or

the appliance.

CAUTION! Falling Object Hazard.

liquids.

 

 

Breadmaker can wobble and walk

 

 

 

 

during kneading cycle. Always

 

 

 

 

position it in the center of the

 

 

 

 

counter away from the edge.

 

 

 

 

5

Plug in the appliance. A beep will be heard and the display will default to Cycle .

4

6

Press the CYCLE button until your desired cycle is displayed.

 

Press the LOAF SIZE button to move the arrow to 1.5- or 2-lb.loaf size. (Loaf size is not an option

Place the bread pan into the

7

in Cycles , , , ,

, and

.)

 

appliance and make sure it is

 

 

 

 

 

firmly locked in place by turning

 

Press the CRUST button to move the arrow to desired setting: Light, Medium, or Dark crust.

it clockwise. Close the lid.

8

(Crust is not adjustable in Cycles

, , , , and

.)

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Detailed Instructions (cont.)

If desired, set the DELAY TIMER with the + and – buttons. (Delay function is not available in Cycles , , and .)

9NOTE: Do not use this feature when using dairy, eggs, etc.

Press the START/STOP button to begin the cycle. Breadmaker will beep once and the “:” in the digital display will begin to flash indicating

10the timer is counting down. The kneading paddle will begin to mix your ingredients. If Delay Timer was activated, kneading paddle will not mix ingredients until cycle is set to begin.

For add-ins(nuts, raisins), the machine will beep at the start of the second kneading. Open the lid and pour in youradd-ins.This timing

11varies by cycle. (Refer to the Timetable for Cycles chart.)

12Once the cycle is complete, the machine will beep 10 times and shift to the Keep Warm setting for 1 hour.

To stop the machine, press the START/STOP button for 2 seconds and the Keep Warm setting will end. Unplug the power cord and then

13open the lid using oven mitts.

Let the bread pan cool down slightly before removing the bread. Using oven mitts, carefully turn the bread pan counterclockwise to

14unlock and lift up on the handle to remove from the machine.

Using oven mitts, turn the bread pan upside down (with the bread pan handle folded down) onto a wire cooling rack or clean cooking

15surface and gently shake until bread falls out. Use a nonstick spatula to gently loosen the sides of the bread from the bread pan.

If kneading paddle remains in the bread, gently pry it out using a spatula or small utensil. When not in use or when operation is complete,

16unplug the power cord.

NOTE: Store remaining bread in a sealed plastic bag for up to three days at room temperature. To store for a longer time, place sealed plastic bag in refrigerator for up to 10 days.

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Timetable for Cycles

Each of the cycles of the bread maker have different amounts of time

 

how many minutes are in each phase for specific cycles.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

devoted to kneading, rising, and/or baking. The chart below shows

 

 

 

 

 

 

NOTE: Total Time adds all of those phases together. It does not

 

 

 

 

 

 

include any delayed start time.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FIRST

ADD

 

 

SECOND

THIRD

 

 

KEEP

 

 

 

FIRST

DOUGH

INGREDIENTS

 

SECOND

DOUGH

DOUGH

 

TOTAL

WARM

 

 

CYCLE

KNEADING

RISE

AT BEEP

 

KNEADING

RISE

RISE

BAKE

TIME

(1 HOUR)

 

 

Basic – 1.5 lb.

9 min.

20 min.

 

14 min.

25 min.

45 min.

1 hr.

2 hrs. 53 min.

Yes

 

 

2 lb.

10 min.

20 min.

 

15 min.

25 min.

45 min.

1 hr. 5 min.

3 hrs.

Yes

 

 

French – 1.5 lb.

16 min.

40 min.

 

19 min.

30 min.

50 min.

1 hr. 5 min.

3 hrs. 40 min.

Yes

 

 

2 lb.

18 min.

40 min.

 

22 min.

30 min.

50 min.

1 hr. 10 min.

3 hrs. 50 min.

Yes

 

 

Gluten-Free– 1.5 lb.

9 min.

25 min.

 

18 min.

35 min.

1 hr. 10 min.

55 min.

3 hrs. 32 min.

Yes

 

 

2 lb.

10 min.

25 min.

 

20 min.

35 min.

1 hr. 10 min.

1 hr.

3 hrs. 40 min.

Yes

 

 

Quick

7 min.

5 min.

 

8 min.

 

 

1 hr. 20 min.

1 hr. 40 min.

Yes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sweet – 1.5 lb.

10 min.

5 min.

 

20 min.

30 min.

55 min.

50 min.

2 hrs. 50 min.

Yes

 

 

2 lb.

10 min.

5 min.

 

20 min.

30 min.

50 min.

1 hr.

2 hrs. 55 min.

Yes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1.5-lb.Express

12 min.

11 min.

 

35 min.

58 min.

Yes

 

 

2.0-lb.Express

9 min.

9 min.

 

40 min.

58 min.

Yes

 

 

Dough

20 min.

30 min.

 

40 min.

1 hr. 30 min.

No

 

 

Jam

 

1 hr. 20 min.

1 hr. 20 min.

No

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cake

10 min.

5 min.

 

20 min.

30 min.

35 min.

1 hr. 10 min.

2 hrs. 50 min.

Yes

 

 

Whole Grain – 1.5 lb.

15 min.

40 min.

 

5 min.

25 min.

40 min.

50 min.

2 hrs. 55 min.

Yes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2 lb.

15 min.

40 min.

 

5 min.

25 min.

40 min.

55 min.

3 hrs.

Yes

 

 

Bake

 

1 hr.

1 hr.

Yes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Removing Bread

Bread pan and baking chamber will be hot and oven mitts should be used. Remove the bread pan by lifting the handle and turning it counterclockwise to unlock it from the base of the chamber.

Carefully shake the bread upside down until the loaf falls out of the bread pan. Allow to cool on a wire rack for 10 minutes before slicing.

TIP: If the kneading paddle comes out in the loaf, remove it with a spatula or small utensil.

When baking is complete, the unit will switch to the Keep Warm setting for up to 1 hour.

Press and hold the START/STOP button for 2 seconds to end this cycle before removing bread pan.

Slicing

Allow to cool for 10 minutes and slice with a bread knife.

Storing Homemade Bread

Fresh-bakedbread is best when consumed as soon as possible. To store, wrap cooled loaf in foil or a plastic bag to preserve freshness. Bread can be frozen for up to 6 months.

Cleaning

Disconnect power

before cleaning. Do not immerse cord, plug, or housing in any liquid. Allow breadmaker

 

w WARNING

Electrical Shock Hazard.

to cool down completely before cleaning.

1

To clean kneading paddle:

If the kneading paddle is difficult to remove from the bread, add water to the bottom of the bread pan and allow to soak for up to 1 hour.

Wipe the paddle carefully with a damp cloth. The kneading paddle is dishwasher-safe.

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2

To clean bread pan:

Remove the bread pan by turning it counterclockwise. Wipe inside and outside of bread pan with

a damp cloth. Do not use any abrasive agents, in order to protect the nonstick coating. The bread pan must be dried completely before installation.

NOTE: The bread pan and kneading paddles aredishwasher-safe.The outside of the bread pan and base may discolor. This is normal.

3

 

4

 

 

 

To clean housing and top lid: After use, allow unit to cool. Use a damp cloth to wipe lid, housing, baking chamber, and interior of viewing window. Do not use any abrasive cleaners for cleaning, since this will degrade the high polish of the surface. Never immerse the housing into water for cleaning.

Before the breadmaker is packed for storage, ensure that it has completely cooled down, is clean and dry, and the top lid is closed.

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Tips: Bread Basics

Ingredients

Two things can ensure a perfect loaf of bread: using fresh, quality ingredients and measuring them accurately.

Flour

All-PurposeFlour

Flour that contains no baking powder, suitable for “quick” breads or bread made with the Quick settings. Bread flour is better suited for yeast breads.

Bread Flour

Bread flour is the most important ingredient of making bread and is recommended in most yeast-breadrecipes. It has a high gluten

content and can keep the size of the bread from collapsing after rising. Flour varies by region. For example, American flour is milled from hard spring wheat; Canadian flour is milled from hard winter wheat.

Self-RisingFlour

Flour that contains baking powder, used especially for making cakes. Do not use self-risingflour in combination with yeast.

Whole-WheatFlour

Whole-wheatflour is ground from the entire wheat kernel. Bread made with all or partwhole-wheatflour will have higher fiber and nutritional content.Whole-wheatflour is heavier and, as a result, loaves may be smaller in size and have a heavier texture.

Tip:

To check whether the yeast is fresh and active:

Pour 1 cup hot tap water into a measuring cup.

Add 1 teaspoon white sugar and 1 Tablespoon yeast.

Place the measuring cup in a warm place for about 5 minutes.

Fresh, active yeast will begin to bubble or “grow.” If it does not, the yeast is dead or inactive.

Other Ingredients

Egg

Eggs can improve bread texture and make the bread larger in size. The egg must be whisked in with the other liquid ingredients.

Salt

Salt is necessary to improve the bread flavor and crust color. It is also used to restrain yeast activity.

Shortening, Butter, and Vegetable Oil

Shortening and butter should be cut into small pieces before adding to liquid.

Sugar

Sugar is “food” for the yeast and also increases the sweet taste and color of bread. It is a very important element of making the bread rise. White sugar is normally used; however, brown sugar, powdered sugar, or cotton sugar may also be called for in some recipes.

Water and Other Liquids (always added first)

Water is an essential ingredient for making bread. Generally speaking, water should be at room temperature. Some recipes may call for milk or other liquids. Never use dairy with the Delay Timer option.

Yeast

Yeast is a living organism and should be kept in the refrigerator to remain fresh. It needs carbohydrates found in sugar and flour as nourishment.

Yeast used in breadmaker recipes will be sold under several different names: Bread machine yeast (preferred), active-dryyeast, and instant yeast.

Before using, check the expiration date of the yeast. Return to

 

refrigerator immediately after each use.

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Tips: Use Exact Measurements

One of the most important steps of making good bread is the proper measurement of ingredients. Measure each ingredient carefully and add to your bread pan in the order given in the recipe.

Adding Sequence

Always add ingredients in the order given in the recipe. FIRST: Liquid ingredients

SECOND: Dry ingredients LAST: Yeast

The yeast should only be placed on the dry flour and never come in contact with the liquid or salt.

When you use the Delay Timer function for a long time, never add perishable ingredients such as eggs or milk.

Liquid Ingredients

Water, fresh milk, or other liquids should be measured with a glass measuring cup with clear markings and a spout. Set the cup on the counter and lower yourself to check the liquid level. When measuring cooking oil or other ingredients, clean the measuring cup thoroughly in between.

Liquid Measurement Conversion Chart

Fluid Ounce(s)

Cup

Tablespoon(s)

 

Teaspoons

8

1

16

 

48

7

7/8

14

 

42

6

3/4

12

 

36

5

5/8

10

 

30

4

1/2

8

 

24

3

3/8

6

 

18

2

1/4

4

 

12

1

1/8

2

 

6

 

 

1

 

3

14

 

1/2

 

1 1/2

 

 

Dry Measurements

Measure dry ingredients by gently spooning flour, etc., into the measuring cup and then, once filled, leveling off with a knife. Never use the measuring cup to scoop your dry ingredients directly from a container as this could add up to one tablespoon of extra ingredients. Do not tap the bottom of the measuring cup or pack down.

HINT: Before measuring, stir the flour to aerate it.

When measuring small amounts of dry ingredients, such as salt or sugar, use a measuring spoon, making sure it is leveled off.

Weighing dry ingredients with a digital scale will provide better baking results.

Dry Measurement Weight Equivalents

1 cup of:

Ounces

Grams

All-purposeflour

4.4

125

Bread flour

4.5

128

Whole-wheatflour

4.2

119

Rye flour

3.6

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Frequently Asked Questions

May I use a sugar substitute in place of sugar?

Sugar is necessary for the yeast to produce a light loaf with a good height. Results may vary with the type and amount of sugar substitute used. If you are going to use an artificial sweetener, choose one that is aspartame-basedrather thansaccharin-based.

May I omit the salt or sugar from the recipe?

No, both the sugar and salt play an important role in the breadmaking process. Salt prevents the yeast from overreacting and the bread from overrising. The combination of sugar, salt, and yeast is a key part of the breadmaking process. Remember that the total sugar and salt amounts are divided among all the slices, so the amount of sugar and salt per serving is small.

When do I add raisins, nuts, etc., to the bread?

This breadmaker will beep at the start of the second kneading to let you know when to add raisins, nuts, seeds, etc. This timing varies by cycle. (Refer to the Timetable for Cycles chart.) If you are using the Delay Start timer and it is more convenient, you may add ingredients at the start.

Can I open the lid while the breadmaker is operating?

This breadmaker is designed with a window in the lid to let you watch your bread’s progress. Quick checks are OK in the early stages of kneading and to add ingredients when the beeper sounds. However, the temperature in the baking chamber adjusts for the Rising and Baking stages. Opening the lid during these steps could cause the loaf to fall or not bake properly. Sometimes condensation forms on the window after initial mixing and kneading. It usually disappears once the baking cycle starts so you should be able to get a clear view of your loaf.

Can I use my favorite bread recipes in my breadmaker?

Yes, but you will need to experiment to get the right proportion of ingredients. Become familiar with the unit and make several loaves of bread with recipes provided before you begin experimenting. Never exceed a total amount of 4 1/4 cups of dry ingredients (that includes flours, oats, cornmeal, etc.). Use the recipes in this book to help determine the ratio of dry ingredients to liquid and amounts of yeast, sugar, salt, and butter/margarine to use.

What will happen if I leave the bread in the bread pan after baking?

This unit has a 60-minuteKeep Warm cycle that lets you leave the bread in the pan for up to an hour after baking is complete. Once the warming cycle is over, it is best to remove the bread immediately or the bottom of your loaf will absorb moisture and become soggy.

Can the recipe be cut in half?

No, it is not recommended. The ingredient proportions work better in the full amounts.

How can bread mixes be used in the machine and at what setting?

The package instructions will list the amount of water and amount of yeast to use. Be sure to add liquid, then dry ingredients, followed by yeast. Do not allow the yeast to sit in the liquid. The bread type

setting is dependent upon the type of bread mix being used (i.e., White bread uses the Basic bread setting; Sweet Bread setting is for use with dried fruit, cheese, or nuts; whole-wheator multigrain should use the Whole Grain setting; Crust setting, either Light or Dark, is a personal preference). Do not use bread mixes that exceed2-lb.loaf size.

What is the difference between American flour and Canadian Flour?

Canadian flour has a higher protein or gluten content than American flour. You can substitute US flour in even amounts for Canadian flour.

However, Canadian flour may absorb more moisture. Check your

 

dough during the first kneading cycle. If it appears dry, you may add

 

up to 1 Tablespoon (15 ml) of additional water per cup of flour in the

 

recipe. Add the water 1 Tablespoon (15 ml) at a time until desired

 

consistency of a soft and supple dough is reached.

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Troubleshooting

PROBLEM

PROBABLE CAUSE

SOLUTION

 

 

 

Odor or burning smell.

• Flour or other ingredients have spilled into the

• Stop the breadmaker and allow to cool completely.

 

baking chamber.

Wipe excess flour, etc., from the baking chamber

 

 

with a paper towel.

 

 

TIP: Measure ingredients over the counter, adding

 

 

them to the bread pan prior to insertion into the

 

 

machine.

Ingredients not blending;

• Bread pan or kneading paddle may not be

• Make sure kneading paddle is set all the way on

can hear motor turning.

installed properly.

shaft.

 

• Too many ingredients.

• Measure ingredients accurately.

 

 

 

“HHH” displays when

• Internal temperature of breadmaker is too high.

• Allow unit to cool down in between cycles.

START/STOP button

 

Unplug unit, open lid, and remove bread pan.

is pressed.

 

Allow to cool 15–30minutes before beginning

 

 

new cycle.

Window is cloudy

• May occur during mixing or rising cycles.

• Condensation usually disappears during baking

or covered with

 

cycle. Clean window well in between uses.

condensation.

 

 

 

 

 

Kneading paddle comes

• Thicker crust with dark crust setting.

• It is not uncommon for the kneading paddle to

out with the bread.

 

come out with the bread loaf. Once the loaf cools,

 

 

remove the paddle with a spatula.

 

 

• Choose a lighter crust (Cycles – only).

 

 

 

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PROBLEM

PROBABLE CAUSE

SOLUTION

 

 

 

 

 

Dough is not blending

• Bread pan or kneading paddle may not be

• Make sure bread pan is securely set in unit and

thoroughly; flour and

installed properly.

kneading paddle is firmly on shaft.

 

 

other ingredients are

• Too many dry ingredients.

• Make sure ingredients are measured accurately

built up on sides of pan;

Gluten-freedough is typically very wet. It may

and added in the proper order.

 

 

bread loaf is coated with

need additional help by scraping sides with a

• Excess flour can be removed from loaf once

flour.

rubber spatula.

baked and cooled. Add water, one tablespoon at

 

 

 

a time, until dough has formed into a ball.

Bread rises too high or

• Ingredients not measured properly (too much

• Measure all ingredients accurately and make sure

pushes lid up.

yeast, flour).

sugar and salt have been added.

 

 

 

• Kneading paddle not in bread pan.

• Try decreasing yeast by 1/4 teaspoon (1.2 ml).

 

• Forgot to add salt.

• Check installation of kneading paddle.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bread does not rise; loaf

• Inaccurate measurement of ingredients or inactive

• Measure all ingredients accurately.

 

 

is short.

yeast.

• Check expiration date of yeast and flour.

 

 

• Lifting lid during cycles.

• Liquids should be room temperature.

 

 

Bread has a crater in

• Dough has risen too fast.

• Measure all ingredients accurately.

 

 

the top of the loaf once

• Too much yeast or water.

• Decrease yeast or water slightly.

 

 

baked.

• Incorrect cycle chosen for the recipe.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Crust color is too light.

• Opening the lid during baking.

• Do not open lid during baking.

 

 

 

 

• Select a darker crust option (Cycles

only).

 

 

 

 

 

Crust color is too dark.

• Too much sugar in the recipe.

• Decrease sugar amount slightly.

 

 

 

 

• Select a lighter crust option (Cycles

only).

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PROBLEM

PROBABLE CAUSE

SOLUTION

 

 

 

Bread loaf is lopsided.

• Too much yeast or water.

• Measure all ingredients accurately.

 

• Kneading paddle pushes dough to one side

• Decrease yeast or water slightly.

 

before rising and baking.

• Some loaves may not be evenly shaped, particularly

 

 

with whole-grainflour.

Loaves made are

• Varies by the type of bread.

Whole-grainor multigrain is denser and may be

different shapes.

 

shorter than a basic white bread.

 

 

 

Bottom of loaf is soggy.

• Bread has remained in bread pan on Keep Warm

• End Keep Warm setting by pressing START/STOP

 

setting too long and absorbed moisture.

for 2–3seconds.

 

 

• Remove bread from bread pan using oven mitts.

Bread is hollow or holey

• Dough too wet, too much yeast, no salt.

• Measure all ingredients accurately.

inside.

• Water too hot.

• Decrease yeast or water slightly. Check salt

 

 

measurement.

 

 

• Use room-temperaturewater.

 

 

 

Underbaked or sticky,

• Too much liquid; incorrect cycle chosen.

• Decrease liquid and measure ingredients carefully.

doughy bread.

 

• Check cycle chosen for recipe.

 

 

 

Bread mashes down

• Bread is too hot.

• Allow to cool on a wire rack for 15–30minutes

when slicing.

 

before slicing.

 

 

 

Bread has a heavy, thick

• Too much flour, old flour.

• Try increasing water or decreasing flour.

texture.

• Not enough water.

Whole-grainbreads will have a heavier texture.

Base of bread pan has

• After washing in dishwasher.

• This is normal and will not affect the bread pan.

darkened or is spotted.

 

 

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Recipes – Basic (Cycle )

NOTE: Canadian flour has a higher protein or gluten content than American flour. You can substitute US flour in even amounts for Canadian flour. However, Canadian flour may absorb more moisture. Check your dough during the first kneading cycle. If it appears dry, you may add up to 1 Tablespoon (15 ml) of additional water per cup of flour in the recipe. Add the water 1 Tablespoon (15 ml) at a time until desired consistency of a soft and supple dough is reached.

White

1.5-lb.(680-g)Loaf

2-lb.(907-g)Loaf

1 cup (237 ml) water

1

1/3 cups (315 ml) water

1

1/8 teaspoons (5.5 ml) salt

1

1/2 teaspoons (7.4 ml) salt

1

Tablespoon (15 ml) sugar

2

Tablespoons (30 ml) sugar

3

Tablespoons (44 ml) butter or

1/4 cup (59 ml) butter or

 

vegetable oil

 

vegetable oil

3

1/2 cups (828 ml) bread flour

4

1/2 cups (1.1 L) bread flour

1

1/2 teaspoons (7.4 ml) bread

1

3/4 teaspoons (8.6 ml) bread

 

machine yeast

 

machine yeast

White Wheat

1.5-lb.(680-g)Loaf

2-lb.(907-g)Loaf

1 cup (237 ml) water

1

1/4 cups (296 ml) water

1

1/2 teaspoons (7.4 ml) salt

1

1/2 teaspoons (7.4 ml) salt

3

Tablespoons (44 ml) sugar

3

Tablespoons (44 ml) sugar

2

Tablespoons (30 ml) butter or

2

Tablespoons (30 ml) butter

 

vegetable oil

 

or vegetable oil

2

Tablespoons (30 ml) nonfat

3

Tablespoons (44 ml) nonfat

 

dry milk

 

dry milk

2 cups (473 ml) bread flour

2

1/2 cups (591 ml) bread flour

1 cup (237 ml) whole-wheatflour

1

1/2 cups (355 ml) whole-wheat

2 teaspoons (10 ml) bread

 

flour

 

machine yeast

1

1/2 teaspoons (7.4 ml) bread

 

 

 

machine yeast

Onion

1.5-lb.(680-g)Loaf

2-lb.(907-g)Loaf

1 cup (237 ml) water

1

1/3 cups (315 ml) water

1

1/8 teaspoons (5.5 ml) salt

1

1/2 teaspoons (7.4 ml) salt

1

Tablespoon (15 ml) sugar

2

Tablespoons (30 ml) sugar

2

Tablespoons (30 ml) butter

1/4 cup (59 ml) butter or

 

or vegetable oil

 

vegetable oil

2

Tablespoons (30 ml) dried

3

Tablespoons (44 ml) dried

 

minced onion

 

minced onion

3

1/2 cups (828 ml) bread flour

4

1/2 cups (1.1 L) bread flour

2 teaspoons (10 ml) bread

1

1/2 teaspoons (7.4 ml) bread

 

machine yeast

 

machine yeast

Onion Poppy Seed

1.5-lb.(680-g)Loaf

2-lb.(907-g)Loaf

1 cup (237 ml) water

1

1/3 cups (315 ml) water

1

1/8 teaspoons (5.5 ml) salt

1

1/2 teaspoons (7.4 ml) salt

1

Tablespoon (15 ml) sugar

2

Tablespoons (30 ml) sugar

3

Tablespoons (44 ml) butter

1/4 cup (59 ml) butter or

 

or vegetable oil

 

vegetable oil

3

1/2 cups (828 ml) bread flour

4

1/2 cups (1.1 L) bread flour

1

1/2 teaspoons (7.4 ml) onion

2 teaspoons (10 ml) onion flakes

 

flakes

1

Tablespoon (15 ml) poppy

2 teaspoons (10 ml) poppy seeds

 

seeds

2 teaspoons (10 ml) bread

1

1/2 teaspoons (7.4 ml) bread

 

machine yeast

 

machine yeast

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Oatmeal-Buttermilk

1.5-lb.(680-g)Loaf

2-lb.(907-g)Loaf

1 cup (237 ml) buttermilk

1

1/4 cups (296 ml) buttermilk

1 teaspoon (5 ml) salt

1

1/4 teaspoons (6.2 ml) salt

2

Tablespoons (30 ml) sugar

2

Tablespoons (30 ml) sugar

3

Tablespoons (44 ml) butter or

1/4 cup (59 ml) butter or

 

vegetable oil

 

vegetable oil

3/4 cup (177 ml) regular oats

1 cup (237 ml) regular oats

 

(old-fashionedoats)

 

(old-fashionedoats)

2

1/2 (591 ml) cups bread flour

2

3/4 cups (651 ml) bread flour

2 teaspoons (10 ml) bread

2

1/2 teaspoons (12.3 ml) bread

 

machine yeast

 

machine yeast

Maple Wheat

1.5-lb.(680-g)Loaf

2-lb.(907-g)Loaf

1 cup (237 ml) buttermilk

1

1/3 cups (315 ml) buttermilk

1 teaspoon (5 ml) salt

1 teaspoon (5 ml) salt

2 Tablespoons (30 ml) nonfat

2

Tablespoons

(30 ml) nonfat

dry milk

 

dry milk

 

2 Tablespoons (30 ml) maple

3 Tablespoons

(44 ml) maple

syrup

 

syrup

 

2 Tablespoons (30 ml) butter or

2

Tablespoons

(30 ml) butter or

vegetable oil

 

vegetable oil

 

1 cup (237 ml) whole-wheatflour

1

1/2 cups (355 ml) whole-wheat

2 cups (473 ml) bread flour

 

flour

 

1 1/2 teaspoons (7.4 ml) bread

2

1/2 cups (591 ml) bread flour

machine yeast

1

1/2 teaspoons (7.4 ml) bread

 

 

machine yeast

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Italian Parmesan Bread

1.5-lb.(680-g)Loaf

2-lb.(907-g)Loaf

1 cup (237 ml) + 2 Tablespoons

1

1/3 cups (315 ml) water

 

(30 ml) water

1

1/2 teaspoons (7.4 ml) salt

1

1/8 teaspoons (5.5 ml) salt

2

Tablespoons (30 ml) sugar

1

Tablespoon (15 ml) sugar

1/4 cup (59 ml) olive oil

3

Tablespoons (44 ml) olive oil

4

1/2 cups (1.1 L) bread flour

3

1/2 cups (828 ml) bread flour

1

1/2 teaspoons (7.4 ml) dried,

1 teaspoon (5 ml) dried, crushed

 

crushed basil

 

basil

1

1/2 teaspoons (7.4 ml) dried,

1 teaspoon (5 ml) dried, crushed

 

crushed oregano

 

oregano

1/4 cup (59 ml) grated Parmesan

3

Tablespoons (44 ml) grated

 

cheese

 

Parmesan cheese

1

1/2 teaspoons (7.4 ml) bread

1

1/2 teaspoons (7.4 ml) bread

 

machine yeast

machine yeast

Light Rye

1.5-lb.(680-g)Loaf

1 cup (237 ml) water

1 1/2 teaspoons (7.4 ml) salt

2 Tablespoons (30 ml) sugar

1 Tablespoon (15 ml) butter or vegetable oil

2 teaspoons (10 ml) caraway seed

2 cups (473 ml) bread flour

1 cup (237 ml) rye flour

1 1/2 teaspoons (7.4 ml) bread machine yeast

2-lb.(907-g)Loaf

1 1/2 cups (355 ml) water

1 1/2 teaspoons (7.4 ml) salt

2 Tablespoons (30 ml) sugar

1 Tablespoon (15 ml) butter or vegetable oil

2 teaspoons (10 ml) caraway seed

3 cups (710 ml) bread flour

1 1/2 cups (355 ml) rye flour

2 teaspoons (10 ml) bread machine yeast

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