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Panasonic SD-YD250 Instructions And Recipes Manual

Panasonic automatic bread maker operating instructions and recipes sd-yd250.
SD-YD250
For help or advice using your new
,
please call 1-800-211-PANA, Monday to Friday,
9 a.m. to 9 p.m.(Eastern time), Saturday and Sunday,
9 a.m. to 7 p.m.(Eastern time)

   Summary of Contents for Panasonic SD-YD250

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    SD-YD250 For help or advice using your new please call 1-800-211-PANA, Monday to Friday, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.(Eastern time), Saturday and Sunday, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.(Eastern time)

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    7. Do not operate any appliance with a damaged cord or plug. Refer servicing of appliance to an authorized Panasonic service center if the unit should malfunction or be damaged in any manner.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Basic principles when baking with -Basic features ...3 Baking programs...4 Parts identification ...5 Control panel-display/functions...6 How to use...7—12 -To use the timer for baking loaves only with the BAKE option...10 -Using the BAKE RAPID option...10 -Using the DOUGH option...11 -Using the BAKE ONLY program...11—12 How to clean...12 Slicing and storing the bread ...13...

  • Page 4: Basic Principles When Baking With, Basic Features

    Basic Principles when baking with MENU Bread programs available: BASIC... . . For producing loaves of bread using strong wheat flour (bread flour). WHOLE WHEAT..For loaves using whole wheat flour as the main ingredient. MULTIGRAIN.

  • Page 5: Baking Programs

    Baking programs NOTE : BAKE options Basic Bake Basic Basic Bake Bake Rapid Sandwich 30 ~ 60 Rest 15 ~ 30 15 ~ 20 Knead 1 hr 50 min ~ approx. Rise 2 hr 20 min 1 hour 50 min 35 min Bake 4 hours...

  • Page 6: Parts Identification

    Parts identification Bread pan Slide in the pan to the correct position in the unit. Twist slightly counter-clockwise to remove. To remove Kneader mounting shaft Control panel Accessories Measuring spoon Use to measure sugar, salt, etc. fl.oz./15 m R ) Tablespoon (approx.

  • Page 7: Control Panel-display/functions

    Control panel-display/functions Be sure you understand the function of each pad before using the NOTE: The unit has a protective film overlay on the control panel to prevent scratching or marring during shipping. You may peel this film off and discard it. SD - YD250 DARK LIGHT...

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    How to use Yeast dispenser lid Steps Remove the bread pan from the unit. Twist slightly counter-clockwise and pull up, using the handle. Mount the kneading blade on the shaft. Make sure that the kneading blade and the kneading shaft are free of bread crumbs. Place all the ingredients except the liquids and dry yeast inside the bread pan.

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    DARK LIGHT TEMP REST BASIC WHOLE WHEAT MULTIGRAIN RAISIN FRENCH BAKE DOUGH PIZZA RAPID ALERT SANDWICH BAKE ONLY SELECT MENU DARK LIGHT TEMP REST BASIC WHOLE WHEAT MULTIGRAIN RAISIN FRENCH BAKE DOUGH PIZZA RAPID ALERT SANDWICH BAKE ONLY SIZE Select size. XL L M START STOP...

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    -Allow at least 1 hour for the unit to cool down before the next use. Steps The beeper will sound eight times and the indicating light will flash when the bread is baked, or the dough is completed. Press START/STOP. Promptly open the lid and remove the bread pan using oven gloves.

  • Page 11: Using The Bake Rapid Option

    To use the timer Follow the same steps as in pages 7- 9 except step 9. For step 9, follow the instructions below. TIMER 9:00 pm start (9 hours 6:30 am and 30 minutes) finish START STOP DARK LIGHT TEMP REST BASIC WHOLE WHEAT...

  • Page 12: Using The Dough Option

    Using the DOUGH option Follow the previous steps 1-7. Press SELECT to choose DOUGH or DOUGH SELECT RAISIN. Note: For PIZZA DOUGH, press select until the arrow points at it. You do not have to press SELECT. START Press Start pad. STOP DOUGH will stop flashing.

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    Press TIMER to set the required time. TIMER (Between 30 to 90 minutes.) The Timer cannot be used to delay the start of baking. Press START / STOP. START STOP Note: Upon completion of baking, you may check the consistency of the baked product by piercing the centre with a skewer.

  • Page 14: Slicing And Storing The Bread, Leakage Of Bread Ingredients From The Bread Pan, Specifications

    When the kneader mounting shaft does not rotate, it is necessary to replace the kneader mounting shaft unit with a new one. Consult with your authorised Panasonic Service Centre for servicing or for purchase of replacement parts. Outlet Specifications...

  • Page 15: Display Indications For Abnormal Conditions

    30 minutes later. Check to see if the kneader mounting shaft of the bread pan can rotate. Remedy 2 If it can rotate, restart the bread maker after 30 minutes. If it cannot rotate, service will be required. Reason/Cause Leave the unit as it is.

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    Before calling for service BAKING RESULTS: Please check the following: Unplugged. Ingredient spilled on heater element. Power interruption (display Start/Stop pad was pressed after starting. Top lid was open during operation. Selection was wrong (DOUGH option was chosen). Bread left in bread pan too long after baking. Bread sliced just after baking (Steam was not allowed to escape).

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    Collapsed Bread after doesn’t Top of over-rising. rise bread enough. floured. Unleavened or not leavened enough Under- Browned and browned floured sides, and sticky. center sticky and raw. - 16 - Not baked. Slices unevenly Sides and is brown but sticky.

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    Since the bread program on your Automatic completely computerised, the success of your loaf depends on the quantity Flour: Wheat flour provides the bulk and structure of bread. Flour is classified into two types, strong flours which are milled from hard wheat and weak flours which are milled from soft wheat.

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    Milk and milk products: Their main purposes are:  They enhance flavour.  They increase the nutritional value of bread.  Milk solids include protein, lactose (milk sugar), and minerals. Most recipes call for the use of milk powder. NEVER use fresh milk on the overnight programme. Otherwise it may sour during the rest time, spoiling the final flavour.

  • Page 20: Tips For Baking Whole Wheat & Multigrain Breads

    Other ingredients used for flavored loaves Egg: These are sometimes added to nutritionally enrich the dough, they also improve the keeping properties and colour of the baked product. Medium sized eggs are used. Fruits: Dried fruits are used in some of the following recipes.

  • Page 21: Differences In Baking Results

    Differences in baking results Baking results differ according to several factors including the environmental conditions, electricity fluctuation, choice of ingredients and their brands, measurement and quality. To avoid poor baking results, the following should be remembered: ¥ Bake at optimum temperature. Temperature is one of the most important factors in bread baking.

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    Basic Basic White Bread C/TBSP/tsp Bread flour Salt 2 tsp Dry milk 2 TBSP Butter TBSP Sugar 2 TBSP Water Dry yeast Carrot Splce Bread C/TBSP/tsp Bread flour Salt 2 tsp Dry milk 2 TBSP Butter TBSP Carrots, grated Allspice 4 tsp Honey 2 TBSP...

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    BAKE & BAKE RAPID mode For BAKE RAPID mode, add extra 1 tsp of dry yeast. C=cup(s), tsp=teaspoon(s), TBSP=Tablespoon(s) < Note for measuring flour > The amounts shown in ( ) are not as precise as weight measurements. For better results, please use weight measurements. (1 cup = 4.92 oz.) Milk Bread Bread flour Salt...

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    Basic Raisin Basic Raisin C/TBSP/tsp Bread flour Salt Dry milk 2 TBSP Butter Sugar 2 TBSP Water Dry yeast Raisins *If you find that the raisins do not get mixed into the dough but remain burnt on the surface of the loaf, which then come off after being baked, increase 1—2 tablespoons of water to make the dough softer the next time.

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    BAKE & BAKE RAPID mode For BAKERAPID mode, add extra 1 tsp of dry yeast C=cup(s), tsp=teaspoon(s), TBSP=Tablespoon(s) The amounts shown in ( ) are not as precise as weight measurements. For better results, please use weight measurements. (1 cup = 4.92 oz.) 100% Whole Wheat C/TBSP/tsp Whole wheat flour...

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    Whole Wheat Raisin Whole Wheat Raisin Whole wheat flour Salt Dry milk Butter Molasses Water Dry yeast Raisins *If you find that the raisins do not get mixed into the dough but remain burnt on the surface of the loaf, which then come off after being baked, increase 1—2 tablespoons of water to make the dough softer the next time.

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    Select BAKE mode C=cup(s), tsp=teaspoon(s), TBSP=Tablespoon(s) These loaves are all one size. Size selection cannot be made. < Note for measuring flour > The amounts shown in ( ) are not as precise as weight measurements. For better results, please use weight measurements. (1 cup = 4.92 oz.) Anadama C/TBSP/tsp Whole wheat flour...

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    French Select BAKE mode C=cup(s), tsp=teaspoon(s), TBSP=Tablespoon(s) This loaf is one size. Size selection cannot be made. < Note for measuring flour > The amounts shown in ( ) are not as precise as weight measurements. For better results, please use weight measurements. (1 cup = 4.92 oz.) French Bread C/TBSP/tsp...

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    Select DOUGH mode C=cup(s), tsp=teaspoon(s), TBSP=Tablespoon(s) < Note for measuring flour > The amounts shown in ( ) are not as precise as weight measurements. For better results, please use weight measurements. (1 cup = 4.92 oz.) Dinner Rolls (Yield 18) 16 oz.

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    Basic Croissants (Yield 18) 16 oz. (3 bread flour 2 TBSP sugar 3 TBSP dry milk salt 8 fl.oz. (1 C) water 2 TBSP butter or margarine 2 tsp dry yeast 7 oz. butter or margarine, chilled for folding in the dough egg, beaten for brushing on top...

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    Select DOUGH mode C=cup(s), tsp=teaspoon(s), TBSP=Tablespoon(s) < Note for measuring flour > The amounts shown in ( ) are not as precise as weight measurements. For better results, please use weight measurements. (1 cup = 4.92 oz.) Variation: Danish Pastries (Yield 8) oz.

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    Pizza Dough Pizza (Use pizza program) Ingredients: Makes 6 small or 2 large 1 tsp dry yeast oz. (3 bread flour 1 TBSP milk powder TBSP sugar 1 tsp salt 1 TBSP butter fl.oz. water cup tomato paste, for brushing on top 3 cups Mozzarella cheese, for sprinkling on top ( ) : measurements not as precise as weight measurements.

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    3 — 5 minutes on the timer. If it is still just slightly sticky, this will cook through during the stand period. Take the bread pan out of the bread maker using oven gloves and leave to stand for 5 — 10 minutes before removing from the bread pan and allowing to cool.

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    3 — 5 minutes on the timer. If it is still just slightly sticky, this will cook through during the stand period. Take the bread pan out of the bread maker using oven gloves. Leave to stand for 5 — 10 minutes before removing from the bread pan and allowing to cool.

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    PANASONIC SERVICES COMPANY authorized repair facility, or damage that is attributable to acts of God.

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