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48285 Rev 2 for 250 print
29/10/03
9:26 am
Page 1
Essentials breadmaker
Please read and keep these instructions
getting the best from
your new breadmaker...
Accurate measuring is essential
It is essential to measure ingredient quantities carefully, even slight
changes may effect loaf quality
Yeast content
If loaf rises too high and then collapses ensure the ingredients were
measured accurately. If problem persists, reduce yeast by quarter of
a teaspoon
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Summary of Contents

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    48285 Rev 2 for 250 print 29/10/03 9:26 am Page 1 Essentials breadmaker Please read and keep these instructions getting the best from your new breadmaker... Accurate measuring is essential It is essential to measure ingredient quantities carefully, even slight...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    The lead may only be replaced by • Ensure that the appliance is used on a firm, flat Morphy Richards Ltd or an agent of the company, surface. since special purpose tools are required.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    48285 Rev 2 for 250 print 29/10/03 9:26 am Page 3 Contents Operating instructions Recipes Important safety instructions Basic breads Introduction Basic white bread Before first use Softgrain bread Electrical requirements Brown loaf About this breadmaker Italian herb bread About the recipes Cheese &...

  • Page 4: Introduction, Before First Use, Electrical Requirements, About This Breadmaker, About The Recipes

    48285 Rev 2 for 250 print 29/10/03 9:26 am Page 4 Introduction The smell of homemade bread wafting around the It’s as simple as one-two-three. home is one of those great smells. Bread, fresh out of 1 Put in the ingredients.

  • Page 5: Components

    48285 Rev 2 for 250 print 29/10/03 9:26 am Page 5 Components Viewing window Cover Lid handle Air vents Control panel Main body Handle Baking pan Kneading blade Rotating shaft...

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    48285 Rev 2 for 250 print 29/10/03 9:26 am Page 6 Control panel buttons, display & functions Display window Shows browning level selected Shows weight selected Shows the program number Shows time left before completion (3:20, for example, is 3 hours and 20 minutes;...

  • Page 7: Program Descriptions

    48285 Rev 2 for 250 print 29/10/03 9:26 am Page 7 Program descriptions 1 Basic white (3:00 and 2:53) 8 Cake (2:50) For white and brown bread. Also for flavoured This setting will mix ingredients and then bake for breads with added herbs and raisins.

  • Page 8: Using Your Breadmaker

    48285 Rev 2 for 250 print 29/10/03 9:26 am Page 8 Using your breadmaker 1 Take out the pan 11 Progress Open the lid and remove the pan by lifting the The breadmaker will automatically proceed through handle, turning anti-clockwise and lifting out.

  • Page 9: Using The Timer, Beeper, Power Interuption, Slicing And Storing Bread

    48285 Rev 2 for 250 print 29/10/03 9:26 am Page 9 Using the timer Slicing and storing bread Use the timer when you want the bread ready For best results place bread on a wire rack and later, or in the morning. A maximum of 13 hours can allow to cool for 15-30 minutes before slicing.

  • Page 10: Care And Cleaning, Storing The Unit

    48285 Rev 2 for 250 print 29/10/03 9:26 am Page 10 Care and cleaning Storing the unit 1 Caution: To prevent electrical shock, unplug the unit before cleaning. Be sure to dry all parts before storing including 2 Wait until the breadmaker has cooled.

  • Page 11: Know Your Ingredients

    48285 Rev 2 for 250 print 29/10/03 9:26 am Page 11 Know your ingredients Understanding baking Oatmeal Oatmeal comes from rolled or steel-cut oats. They It is often said that cooking is an art relying on the are used primarily to enhance flavour and texture.

  • Page 12: Measuring Ingredients

    48285 Rev 2 for 250 print 29/10/03 9:26 am Page 12 Measuring ingredients Liquids/milk Liquids such as milk or a combination of powdered milk and water, can be used when making The key and most important step when using your bread.

  • Page 13: Ingredient Temperatures, Creating Your Own Yeast Breads, Special Glazes For Yeast Breads, Other Tips

    48285 Rev 2 for 250 print 29/10/03 9:26 am Page 13 Your breadmaker produces delicious baked Sweet icing glaze goods with ease. This machine requires only that you Mix 1 cup sifted icing sugar with 1 to 2 tablespoons of carefully follow the recipe instructions.

  • Page 14: Basic Breads Basic White Bread, Softgrain Bread, Brown Loaf, Italian Herb Bread, Raisin Bread

    48285 Rev 2 for 250 print 29/10/03 9:26 am Page 14 Recipes All of the following recipes use this same general Italian herb bread method: 1 Measure ingredients into baking pan. Water 2 Use tepid water 21-28˚C. Skimmed milk powder tbsp 3 Insert baking pan securely into unit, close lid.

  • Page 15: Malt Loaf, French Bread, Wholewheat Breads Wholewheat Bread, Granary Loaf

    48285 Rev 2 for 250 print 29/10/03 9:26 am Page 15 4 Recipes for quick setting Malt loaf Water 1 cup Banana and nut bread Salt 1 tsp Sunflower oil 2 tsp Ingredients group 1 Black treacle tbsp Butter (melted)

  • Page 16: Sweet Mixed Fruit Loaf, Chocolate Bread, Wholewheat Bread Rolls, Hot Cross Buns

    48285 Rev 2 for 250 print 29/10/03 9:26 am Page 16 5 Sweet 6 Recipes for dough Mixed fruit loaf White bread rolls 1 lb* Water cups Water cups Skimmed milk powder 1 tbsp Skimmed milk powder 2 tbsp tbsp...

  • Page 17: Pizza Base, Jams Marmalade, Raspberry And Apple

    48285 Rev 2 for 250 print 29/10/03 9:26 am Page 17 7 Recipes for jams Pizza base Water 1 cup Butter (melted) 1 tbsp Marmalade Sugar 2 tbsp Salt 1 tsp Juice from oranges 3 medium Strong white bread flour...

  • Page 18: Mixed Fruit Cake, Softgrain Sandwich Loaf

    48285 Rev 2 for 250 print 29/10/03 9:26 am Page 18 8 Recipes for cakes 9 Recipes for sandwich breads Standard cake mix Sandwich loaf Ingredients group 1 Butter (melted) Water 260ml Vanilla essence Soft margerine or butter tbsp Eggs (beaten)

  • Page 19: Baking Cycle Times

    48285 Rev 2 for 250 print 29/10/03 9:26 am Page 19 Baking cycle times Operation sequence and times Program no. Knead 1 Rise 1 Knead 2 Rise 2 Rise 3 Bake Total Keep Bread type Ten beeps time warm and size...

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    48285 Rev 2 for 250 print 29/10/03 9:26 am Page 20 Need help? Questions about general Question 7 performance and operation When setting the timer for morning, why does the machine make sounds late at night? The machine must start operation when the time...

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    48285 Rev 2 for 250 print 29/10/03 9:26 am Page 21 Questions about ingredients and Question 19 recipes Is it important for ingredients to be at room temperature before adding them to the baking Question 14 pan? How do I know when to add raisins, nuts, etc.

  • Page 22: Troubleshooting

    48285 Rev 2 for 250 print 29/10/03 9:26 am Page 22 Troubleshooting Possible cause Solution Bread sinks in the centre Too much liquid or liquid too warm Measure ingredients accurately. Use liquids at temperatures between 21°C and 28°C Salt was not added, causing bread to...

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    48285 Rev 2 for 250 print 29/10/03 9:26 am Page 23 Bread under baked with soggy centre Too much liquid from fresh or canned fruit Always drain liquids well as specified in the recipe. Water may have to be reduced slightly Large amounts of rich ingredients like nuts, butter, Measure ingredients accurately.

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    Morphy Richards purposes or non-domestic use. at the address shown. You will be asked to return the 5 Morphy Richards are not liable to carry out any product (in secure, adequate packaging) along with type of servicing work, under the guarantee.

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    Essentials breadmaker 48285 Please note, these amendments need to be referred to when using your instruction manual for the above range. The correct text and ingredients are listed below. Page 14 ‘Softgrain bread’ should read Salt 1 tsp. Page 14 ‘Sun dried tomato loaf’ should read Sugar 2 tbsp.

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