ALTITUDE CHART The altitude chart is not a recipe but a guide to use to change key ingredients in a recipe if it doesn’t work as printed. All recipes were developed at sea level - approximately. Adjustments may be necessary if your altitude is 2000 feet or higher.
BEFORE YOU BAKE REFER TO USE AND CARE GUIDE FOR DETAILED INSTRUCTIONS CHECK THE PARTS Get familiar with machine. • Read the use and care guide carefully. • Examine the removable parts . . . the bread pan and kneading blade. •...
THE BREAD-BAKE RECIPES The recipes below are recommended for your “first try” loaves. Simply follow the instructions in the use and care guide. Remember to add ingredients in the correct amounts and in the order listed. Always check the bottom of the recipe to see which setting is used for that size recipe.
Real Dough ... the easy way The DOUGH setting allows you to make a variety of doughs. The machine does the mixing and kneading: you do the shaping and baking. Be sure to allow time for the dough to “rest” and “rise,” as indicated. And remember the key guide words, “light”...
BUTTER ... AS EASY AS 1-2-3 Most people would agree: it’s hard to beat the taste of homemade bread, served fresh and warm, straight from the breadmaker. But now Toastmaster has created a way to top even that–with freshly churned butter.
All butter is made from fresh sweet cream and has a smooth, creamy texture. Salted b u t t e r has just enough salt added to enhance the flavor; the salt is completely dissolved. The choice of salted or unsalted butter is a matter of personal preference, but many cooks prefer unsalted butter for baking.
⁄ strawberry jam 2 TBL Directions Churn butter in the Toastmaster Bread Box Bread & Butter Maker. Beat in remaining ingredients until well blended. Serving Suggestions: Breakfast and brunch buffet, sweet breads, crepes, blintzes, pancakes, waffles, muffins and biscuits.
Worcestershire sauce ⁄ Directions Churn butter in the Toastmaster Bread Box Bread & Butter Maker. Beat in remaining ingredients until well blended. Refrigerate before serving Serving Suggestions: English muffins or bagels, rye rolls, cocktail rye bread, bread sticks, baked potatoes, London broil, assorted crackers, canape filling, lunchmeat rollups or melted on green beans, spinach or other vegetables.
2 TBL salt ⁄ Directions Churn butter in the Toastmaster Bread Box Bread & Butter Maker. Beat in remaining ingredients until well blended. Refrigerate before serving. Serving Suggestions: Fresh baked bread, broiled or roast beef, poultry, fish or shellfish, (shrimp, clams, mussels) scrambled eggs, omelets or frittatas.
COLLAPSED OVER SMALL SIDES RESULTS TOP OR BAKED IN RISING “SHORT” “SINK HOLE” CENTER LOAF SIZE/ DARK OR COMMENTS NO RISE BURNT WATER/LIQUID TEMP TOO HIGH WHOLE WHEAT BREAD INGREDIENT ADDED IN WRONG ORDER OR PROPORTION/ INGREDIENTS CHANGED OR SUBSTITUTED TOO MUCH YEAST INCORRECT MEASURE/OLD YEAST...
HEAVY, OPEN, DENSE COARSE TEXTURE TEXTURE Use water 80°F. Warm weather, high humidity or overheated liquids all speed up yeast action, which may cause the dough to rise too fast and the bread to collapse before baking begins. For Whole Wheat Bake, keep the water and yeast from touching. Whole Wheat flours vary.