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Toastmaster 1143S Use And Care Manual

Toastmaster use and care guide and cookbook bread maker 1143s, 1193.

 
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Use and Care Guide
and Cookbook
Models 1143S and 1193
WARNING: A risk of fire and electrical shock exists in all electrical appliances
and may cause personal injury or death. Please follow all safety instructions.
?? QUESTIONS ??
Before Contacting Your Retailer Call
TOLL-FREE 1-800-947-3744
and talk to one of Toastmaster's Experts.

Summary of Contents

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    WARNING: A risk of fire and electrical shock exists in all electrical appliances and may cause personal injury or death. Please follow all safety instructions. ?? QUESTIONS ?? Before Contacting Your Retailer Call TOLL-FREE 1-800-947-3744 and talk to one of Toastmaster’s Experts.

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    Toastmaster welcomes your comments and discoveries! Please write to us at the following address: Thank you for deciding to join the Toastmaster family. We look forward to being a part of your kitchen for many years to come. Happy cooking! P.S.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    TABLE OF CONTENTS I M P O RTANT SAFEGUA R D S ....................... .4 BEFORE YOUR FIRST USE .

  • Page 4: Important Safeguard

    R e t u rn appliance to the n e a r e s t authorized service facility for examination, repair, electrical or mechanical adjustment. • Use accessory attachments only if recommended by Toastmaster Inc. • Do not use outdoors or while standing in damp area.

  • Page 5: Before Your First Use, Power Outage

    BEFORE YOUR FIRST USE Carefully unpack the Breadmake r ’s Hearth Automatic Breadmaker and Cook’s Oven removing all p a ck a g i n g materials.To remove any dust that may have accumulated during packaging, wash the bread pan, kneading bl a d e, bake/broil pan, wire ra ck and mixer cove r. Do not immerse bread pan (see c l e a n i n g instructions).Wipe the outside of the machine with a damp cloth.Do not use harsh or abrasive cleaners on any part of the machine.

  • Page 6: Pa Rts And Accessories, Control Panel

    BREADMAKER’S HEARTH INTRODUCTION Parts and Accessories SLIDE BREAD PAN UNDER RAILS FOR BREADMAKER FUNCTION BREADMAKER Bread Pan TOASTER-OVEN-BROILER Mixer Cover Accessories Kneading Blade Bake/Broil Pan - 6 - CONTROL PANEL DOOR RELEASE PUSH TO OPEN Bread Pan Handle Wire Rack...

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    Control Panel DISPLAY WINDOW Indicates program in process and amount of time left for completion of program. Indicates display signals (see page 56). BREAD FUNCTION BUTTON Press to select breadmaker programs. TIME Press to select timer before using arrow keys to adjust. Must be set to BAKE, BROIL, or to delay star t BREAD.

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    Bake/Broil Pan, Wire Rack and Bread Pan For best results use pan to bake, defrost, top brown, keep wa rm and to minimize clean up due to s p i l l s. When t o a s t i n g, place bread directly onto wire ra ck . Place into oven position #2.The mixer cover mu s t be used.

  • Page 9: P R O Gramming Preheat Bake, Bake And Broil

    OVEN FUNCTION Oven Function The BAKE and BROIL programs of your new oven have the versatility to bake, broil, defrost and ke e p foods wa rm . The oven has an adjustable thermostat with temperatures ranging from 100°F up to 500°F which allows you to prepare your favo rite recipes according to package or recipe directions.

  • Page 10: P R O Gramming Defrost 1, Programming Keep Warm

    7 . The unit will beep 3 times and the OPERATION light will flash continually to indicate the progra m is COMPLETE.When the door is opened the light will turn off. 8 . Unplug and allow to cool completely before cleaning. HINTS FOR BAKE AND BRO I L •...

  • Page 11: Programming Toast, Programming Top Brown

    TOAST FUNCTION The toaster function has programs to toast 4 or 2 slices.The TOAST function may also be used to top b r own fo o d s. Programming TOAST 1. Place mixer cover over mixer mechanism. Plug into a 120 V ~ 60 Hz outlet. 2.

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    BREADMAKER FUNCTION - 12 -...

  • Page 13: P R O Gram Specifications 1

    Breadmaker Program Specifications - 13 -...

  • Page 14: Ingredient

    INGREDIENTS We recommend that you read the fo l l owing info rmation before you shop for your ingr e d i e n t s.Your bread- m a ker will bake up to a 2 pound loaf of fresh bread containing approximately 4 cups of flour. All ingr e d i- ents except liquids must be at room temperature and liquids should be approximately 80°F/27°C (baby bottle tempera t u r e ) .

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    If at the end of the 10 minutes the yeast has multiplied to the 1 cup mark, it is very active. The yeast mixture may be used in your Toastmaster ® Breadmaker in a recipe that calls for 2 1/4 teaspoons of ye a s t .

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    All-Purpose Flour: Essential for General Baking All-purpose flour is the finely ground endosperm of the wheat kernel separated from the bran and germ during the milling process. All-purpose flour is made from hard winter wheat or a combination of soft and hard wheats from which the home baker can make a complete range of acceptable bread products —...

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    Garlic inhibits yeast activity. Again, do not add more than the quantity listed in the recipe. For more garlic flavor, use a spread for the bread rather than adding it to the dough. S a l t : Regulates Yeast Activity Salt is necessary to control the activity of yeast, disciplining it to wo rk slowly and steadily.

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    Fruits and Ve ge t a bl e s When adding fruits or ve g e t a bles to recipes, do not exceed the amount listed.These products, if used in ex c e s s i ve amounts, may inhibit the rising of the bread. N u t s Nuts are interchangeable and optional in all recipes —...

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    B a ke according to recipe instru c t i o n s. If additional assistance is needed, ex p e rt help is ava i l a ble from Toastmaster (1-800-947-3744) or f rom RED STA R ® YEAST & PRODUCTS (1-800-445-4746).

  • Page 20: P R O Gramming Breadmaker 2, Bread

    PROGRAMMING BREADMAKER WHEN OPENING DOOR TO CHECK THE DOUGH BALL OR TO ADD INGREDIENTS, THE MIXER MECHANISM WILL PULSE 3 TIMES. WAIT UNTIL PULSING IS DONE BEFORE REMOVING THE BREAD PAN. Open the door and remove the bread pan by pulling fo r ward using the bread pan handle.

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    Close the door. Plug into 120 V ~ 60 Hz outlet. T h e d i s p l ay indicator will light up with flashing ze r o s. Press STA RT. T h e O P E R ATION light will come on.The p r o gram name, process and time...

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    The beeper will sound when the bread is done. P r e s s S TOP and remove pan with bread pan handle and ove n m i t t s. If you do not stop the unit and remove the bread, it will automatically go into the keep wa rm progra m .T h e O P E R ATION light will flash...

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    BREAD We suggest starting your bread baking with this White Bread Recipe. Follow each step carefully. These steps have been written to eliminate the most common errors in breadmaker baking and may be helpful for any recipe. White Bread water 80°F/27°C o i l s u g a r s a l t...

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    Fat Free White Bread water 80°F/27°C a p p l e s a u c e * s u g a r s a l t d ry milk bread flour a c t i ve dry ye a s t P ro g r a m s Insta Program ye a s t...

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    Dill Bread water 80°F/27°C cottage cheese o i l s u g a r s a l t d ry milk bread flour d ried dill we e d d ried minced onion a c t i ve dry ye a s t P ro g r a m s Insta Program ye a s t...

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    Corn Bread egg room temperature plus enough wa t e r 80°F/27°C to equal milk 80°F/27°C o i l s u g a r s a l t d ry milk bread flour c o rn meal a c t i ve dry ye a s t P ro g r a m s Insta Program ye a s t...

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    Onion Rye Bread water 80°F/27°C o i l m o l a s s e s s a l t d ry milk rye flour whole wheat flour bread flour d e hy d rated onions c a raway seeds a c t i ve dry ye a s t P ro g r a m Peanut Butter Honey Bread...

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    Rosemary, Garlic, Tomato Bread 2 pounds water 80°F/27°C 1 cup + 1 T B L o i l 2 T B L l ow sodium ve g e t a bl e juice 80°F/27°C 1/2 cup s a l t 1 1/4 tsp s u g a r 2 T B L...

  • Page 29: Day Old Bread

    DAY OLD BREAD Here are some suggestions for left over bread. Breaded Pineapple c h u n ked pineapple c o rn s t a r c h s u g a r bu t t e r white bread, 1 inch cubes D rain pineapple, reserve juice.

  • Page 30: Dough

    DOUGH The dough program is used to mix dough to be shaped by hand before baking in the Breadmake r ’s H e a rth oven or in a conventional ove n . • If using delayed timer, make sure yeast is on top of flour, away from liquids. •...

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    Dinner Roll Dough egg room temperature plus enough water 80°F/27°C to equal o i l s u g a r s a l t bread flour a c t i ve dry ye a s t P ro g r a m 1 .

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    Refreshing Roll Dough egg room temperature plus enough water 80°F/27°C to equal bu t t e r b r own sugar s a l t bread flour a c t i ve dry ye a s t P ro g r a m To p p i n g : bu t t e r, melted o range peel, gra t e d...

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    Foccacia Dough water 80°F/27°C o l i ve oil s u g a r s a l t bread flour Italian seasoning a c t i ve dry ye a s t P ro g r a m Garlic-Cheese To p p i n g : o l i ve oil oregano leave s, dri e d g a rl i c, coarsely chopped...

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    Wheat Dinner Roll Dough water 80°F/27°C o i l b r own sugar s a l t d ry milk bread flour whole wheat flour a c t i ve dry ye a s t P ro g r a m M e t h o d 1 .

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    French Bread Dough ( French Onion Bread, French Loaf, French Rolls and French Tw i s t s ) water 80°F/27°C s u g a r s a l t bread flour a c t i ve dry ye a s t P ro g r a m G l a ze : wa t e r...

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    Challah Braid Dough egg room temperature plus enough water 80°F/27°C to equal o i l s u g a r s a l t bread flour a c t i ve dry ye a s t P ro g r a m G l a ze : egg yolk, beaten wa t e r...

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    Whole Wheat Pizza Crust Dough water 80°F/27°C o i l s u g a r s a l t whole wheat flour bread flour a c t i ve dry ye a s t P ro g r a m M e t h o d 1 .

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    Bagel Dough water 80°F/27°C s u g a r s a l t bread flour a c t i ve dry ye a s t P ro g r a m G l a ze : egg, beaten Toppings (optional): sesame seeds, poppy seeds, cra cked wheat, wheat flake s, or dried onion flakes Banana Wheat Bagel Dough egg room temperature plus...

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    Almond Cherry Coffee Cake Dough water 80°F/27°C o i l s u g a r s a l t d ry milk bread flour a c t i ve dry ye a s t P ro g r a m F i l l i n g : cream cheese, room tempera t u r e s u g a r...

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    Cinnamon Roll Dough egg room temperature plus enough water 80°F/27°C to equal o i l s u g a r s a l t bread flour a c t i ve dry ye a s t P ro g r a m F i l l i n g : bu t t e r, melted s u g a r...

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    Soft Pretzel Dough water 80°F/27°C egg yolk room tempera t u r e o i l s u g a r s a l t white pepper bread flour a c t i ve dry ye a s t P ro g r a m G l a ze : egg white wa t e r...

  • Page 42: Mixing 4

    MIXING S eve ral different kinds of doughs can be mixed using the mixing progra m . R e m ove dough and fo l l ow directions with the recipe to complete the baking/cooking. • The ingredient stir beep is at [:09] for the mixing progra m . It is ve ry important that you assist the bread- m a ker in the stirring process at this time.After removing the pan, use a ru bber spatula to gently scra p e the ingredients from the sides and corners of the pan and fold into the wet mixture.

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    D u m p l i n g s milk 80°F/27°C o i l s a l t a l l - p u rpose flour baking pow d e r P ro g r a m M e t h o d 1 .

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    Butter Cookies milk 80°F/27°C egg room tempera t u r e bu t t e r, melted s u g a r s a l t vanilla ex t ra c t a l l - p u rpose flour baking pow d e r P ro g r a m At the stir beep [:06], use a spatula to fold in...

  • Page 45: Cake & Quick Bread

    CAKE & QUICK BREAD The cake program will mix and bake a pre-packaged cake mix, cake or quick bread. • The ingredient stir beep is at [1:12] for the cake progra m . It is ve ry important that you assist the b r e a d m a ker in the stirring process at this time.

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    Sweet Corn Bread eggs room tempera t u r e milk 80°F/27°C bu t t e r, melted s u g a r s a l t a l l - p u rpose flour c o rn meal baking pow d e r P ro g r a m 1 .

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    Spiced Apple Pound Cake eggs room tempera t u r e, lightly b e a t e n bu t t e rmilk 80°F/27°C s h o rtening, room tempera t u r e a p p l e s, coarsely grated — raw b r own sugar, packe d s a l t a l l - p u rpose flour...

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    Banana Nut Cake egg and whites, room 1 whole egg plus t e m p e ra t u r e 2 egg whites sour milk* 1/4 cup banana, mashed 1 cup o i l 1/4 cup s a l t 1/2 tsp s u g a r 3/4 cup + 1 T B L...

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    BROIL CHART A l ways use bake/broil pan with wire ra ck . Place meat on top of ra ck . For meat 1 inch thick or less, place broil pan — wire ra ck assembly in oven position # 3. For thicker meat, place broil pan — wire ra ck assembly in oven position #2.

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    ROASTING/BAKE CHART Your Breadmake r ’s Hearth will roast/bake like a conventional oven — according to package or recipe d i r e c t i o n s, time and tempera t u r e. For most food, preheat oven, use the bake pan and wire ra ck, bake pan only or baking container on wire ra ck .

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    Fiesta Corn Bread s u g a r s a l t a l l - p u rpose flour c o rn meal baking pow d e r egg, beaten m i l k o i l green chilies, diced — dra i n e d p i m e n t o, diced —...

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    Scalloped Tuna cream of mushroom soup wa t e r c ra cker cru m b s t u n a c e l e ry, diced c a s h ew s onion, minced c ra cker cru m b s bu t t e r, melted M e t h o d 1 .

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    Potato Wedges p o t a t o e s, medium Italian dressing mix*, dry butter flavored spray * a ny flavor may be used M e t h o d 1 . Cut each potato lengthwise into 8 we d g e s. 2 .

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    CLEANING INSTRUCTIONS The fo l l owing illustrations are for info rmation purposes only.You may find your breadmaker looks d i f fe r e n t, howeve r, the steps for operation are the same. CLEANING (Always unplug unit) ANY SERVICING REQUIRING DISASSEMBLY, OTHER THAN THE CLEANING DESCRIBED BELOW, MUST BE PERFORMED BY AN AUTHORIZED SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE.

  • Page 55: Before Calling For Service, Bread And Dough Questions And Answers 5

    BEFORE CALLING FOR SERVICE Bread and Dough Questions and Answers Questions Why does the height and shape of bread differ in each loaf? The bread has an unusual aroma.Why? The kneading blade comes out with the bread. The bread has a floured corner. Why can the timer not be set for more than 13 hours? Can ingredients be halved or...

  • Page 56: Checklist For Bread And Dough -

    Checklist for Bread and Dough - 56 -...

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    Suggestions The fo l l owing suggestions have a corresponding number found on the check l i s t . Be sure to read both. - 57 -...

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    Please refer to wa r ranty statement to determine if in-wa r ranty service applies. This appliance must be serviced by a Toastmaster authori zed service center. U n a u t h o ri zed service will void wa r ra n t y. Consult your phone directory under “ A p p l i a n c e s - H o u s e h o l d - S m a l l - S e rvice and Repair”, or call 1-800-947-3744.

  • Page 59: Recipe Index 5

    RECIPE INDEX BA K E B r e a k fast Casserole ....... .5 3 C o rn and Macaroni Rice .

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    This wa r ranty is the only written or express wa r ranty given by Toastmaster Inc. This wa r ra n t y g i ves you specific legal ri g h t s.

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