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Baker's Oven
Electronic Bread Maker
Instructions
and Recipes
BBM100

Summary of Contents

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    Baker’s Oven Electronic Bread Maker Instructions and Recipes BBM100...

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    Contents Page Breville recommends safety first Know your Breville Baker’s Oven Beginner’s guide to baking your first loaf Weighing and measuring The vital ingredients Hints and tips to better bread making Questions and answers Control panel messages Care, cleaning and storage Troubleshooting – Recipes Troubleshooting – Baker’s Oven Easy bake recipes Notes...

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    Congratulations on the purchase of your new Breville Baker’s Oven...

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    Breville recommends safety first At Breville we are very safety conscious. We design and manufacture consumer products with the safety of you, our valued customer, foremost in mind. In addition we ask that you exercise a degree of care when using any electrical appliance and adhere to the following precautions: ImpoRtANt SAfeguARdS foR youR BRevIlle BAKeR’S oveN...

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    Breville recommends safety first continued • Ensure that the Breville Baker’s Oven is • Always ensure the kneading blade is removed switched off and then unplugged from the from the base of the baked loaf prior to power outlet when not in use and before slicing.

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    Know your Breville Baker’s oven Large viewing window Bread pan handle Bread pan Oven (baking chamber) Large viewing window LED Screen 13 hour PRESET TIMER Easy to use Control panel / MENU 9 automatic programs for bread and dough CRUST button 3 crust colours available START/STOP button Power Interruption Protection Bakes 750g and 1kg loaves...

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    Interruption protection The Breville Baker’s Oven has an in-built Power Interruption Protection system. If the power is interrupted for 5 minutes or less (by a power failure or accidentally switching off at the power outlet), the program...

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    Know your Breville Baker’s oven continued BReAd ANd dougH SettINgS SettINg 1: When the bread machine is switched on the LED Screen will show 1P (BASIC bread, BASIC MEDIUM crust colour). For a DARK or LIGHT Crust colour, press the CRUST button once for H (DARK), twice for L (LIGHT).

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    Know your Breville Baker’s oven continued SettINg 8: Press the MENU button seven times and the LED Screen will show 8 (BAKE ONLY). BAKe oNly Crust selection is not available on this setting. This setting is designed to allow extra baking of up to 1 hour if required. For those who enjoy a crispier crust, extend the baking time or for added interest to your loaf try the delicious topping or melt ideas on page 9.

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    Know your Breville Baker’s oven continued uSINg tHe pReSet tImeR example: The Baker’s Oven PRESET TIMER lets you wake to Before leaving for work at 8:00am, you wish to the aroma of freshly baked bread in the morning. make a loaf of White Bread and have it ready You can set the timer up to 13 hours in advance for dinner at 6:00pm (10 hours later).

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    Beginner’s guide to baking your first loaf The following instructions are to be used when making Bread or Dough recipes from the recipe section of this book. For making Gluten Free bread, please see “Gluten Free Bread” on page R21. All recipes use local ingredients and Australian Standard Metric Measuring tools (cup, spoons and weighing scales) for accuracy in producing a 750g or 1kg loaf of bread.

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    Beginner’s guide to baking your first loaf continued Step 5: Close the lid Step 8: Start the bread machine It is not recommended to open the lid during Press the START/STOP button to commence operation except to check the consistency of operation. The total setting time will appear on the dough and add additional ingredients in the the LED Screen.

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    Beginner’s guide to baking your first loaf continued The baking cycle commences when rising cycles When baking is finished and the bread has end. The dough may rise a little more at this time been removed from the bread pan, remove the due to the increasing heat expanding the gasses kneading blade from the pan using oven mitts. entrapped in the dough. Do not remove the blade with bare hands, as it is very hot! If the kneading blade is difficult to RAPID BREAD and DOUGH have two rising...

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    A standard blade knife is not suitable as it will tear the bread. Breville recommends using the Breville Bread Slicing Guide – Model BS1. This foldable, lightweight cutting guide is the ideal accessory for any bread maker.

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    Weighing and measuring Baking bread is in part a science and each It is important to note that New Zealand ingredient plays an important role. Care ingredients, especially flour and yeast, differ should be taken when weighing and from the Australian equivalents. In the Vital measuring ingredients to ensure accuracy and Ingredients section (pages 16-18) suitable New consistency. Zealand products have been listed. We suggest Recipes in this Instruction Book were these New Zealand products be substituted developed using Australian Metric Weights and for the Australian products in the Easy Bake...

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    the vital ingredients flouR Wholemeal flour Contains all the bran, germ and flour of the whole Flour is the most important ingredient used for wheat grain. Although breads baked with this bread making. It provides food for the yeast and type of flour will be higher in fibre, the loaf can be structures the loaf.

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    the vital ingredients continued BReAd ImpRoveR SAlt Several brands of bread improvers are available Salt is an important ingredient in bread making. nationally in supermarkets and health food stores. However, salt inhibits the rising of the bread, The ingredients in a bread improver are usually a so be careful when measuring, as it should be food acid such as ascorbic acid (Vitamin C) and accurate.

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    the vital ingredients continued Rapid Rise Yeast For more information about bread mixes please There products are a mixture of yeast and bread contact the relevant number listed below, or improver. Brands will vary in strength. If wishing refer to contact details on the packaging of the to substitute for yeast in a recipe, omit the bread bread mix.

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    Hints and tips for better bread making ✔ Do measure ingredients accurately – NeveR Use the PRESET TIMER for recipes that weighed measurements are more accurate contain perishable items, such as eggs, than volumetric measurements. cheese, milk, cream and meats. NeveR ✔...

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    Questions and answers ABout INgRedIeNtS: Q: W hy do the ingredients need to be placed into the pan in the specified order? Q: C an other bread recipes be made in this To ensure all dry ingredients are mixed machine? with water and to avoid the yeast activating The recipes in this book are sized so that the prematurely with the water when using the dough is kneaded properly and the finished PRESET TIMER.

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    Questions and answers continued Q: W hat happens if the bread isn’t removed Q: A re the room and water temperatures when the bake cycle is complete? important? Yes, room and water temperature influences The bread machine will automatically go into a yeast activity and therefore can affect the keep warm cycle, (in the BASIC, RAPID, WHOLE quality of your bread.

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    Place the bread machine in a warmer cold environment. environment. Recommended room temperature 20-25ºC. Contact your nearest authorised Breville Service Centre (refer to the back page for details). Contact your nearest authorised Breville Service Centre (refer to the back page for...

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    SpARe pARtS The inside of the bread pan and kneading blade are coated with a high quality, non-stick coating. Replacement parts are available from Breville Spare Parts: As with any non-stick coated surface, NEVER use metal utensils or abrasive cleaners on these items.

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    troubleshooting guide - Recipe Sticky Bread Heavy Over patch on Doughy problem sinks in dense browned top of centre the centre texture bread Not measured • • • • correctly • • Low % protein Flour Passed • • use-by-date Self raising flour • •...

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    troubleshooting guide - Recipe continued Bread Coarse Bread rises doesn’t holey Corrective action Ref page too much rise texture enough • • Check method of weighing/measuring ingredients • Use suitable high protein flour or add gluten flour • Discard and use fresh flour Use bread or plain flour - self-raising flour already •...

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    troubleshooting guide - Baker’s oven Machine Error code Ingredients Problem will not E01 on LED not mixed operate Screen • • Appliance unplugged • Kneading blade not on shaft Selected setting incorrect • Power interruption • START/STOP button pressed after starting machine • • Machine has not cooled from previous use Lid opened during rising or baking Hot bread left in pan too long Incorrect crust colour selection...

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    troubleshooting guide - Baker’s oven continued Baked Under PRESET Bread not Bread not Bread rises Loaf is bread is browned TIMER did sufficiently baked too much small damp crust not function baked • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •...

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    Easy Bake Recipes...

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    Contents Page Traditional favourites Flavoured white bread Flavoured sweet bread Flavoured wholemeal bread Rapid bread Yeast free bread Gluten free bread Dough Prepackaged bread mixes Glazes Notes Abbrevations: tsp = teaspoon tbl = tablespoon...

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    traditional favourites There are many breads that we all like to place in our lunch box. This section includes traditional white bread and a variety of savoury breads. You just might discover a new found special favourite. Two loaf sizes 1kg and 750g can be made. When making the 750g size, remove the loaf 10 minutes before completion of the baking cycle. Note procedure Place ingredients into bread pan in the exact order listed in the recipe.

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    traditional favourites continued SeQueNCe foR BASIC SettINg: puNCH puNCH BAKe totAl CRuSt KNeAd KNeAd RISe doWN RISe doWN RISe tIme tIme LIGHT 2 min 28 min 20 min 15 secs 20 min 10 secs 50 min 60 min 00min* MEDIUM 2 min 28 min 20 min...

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    traditional favourites continued SeQueNCe foR fReNCH SettINg: puNCH puNCH BAKe totAl CRuSt KNeAd KNeAd RISe doWN RISe doWN RISe tIme tIme LIGHT 2 min 28 min 20 min 15 secs 50 min 10 secs 65 min 65 min 50min* MEDIUM 2 min 28 min 20 min...

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    traditional favourites continued SeQueNCe foR WHole WHeAt SettINg: puNCH puNCH BAKe totAl CRuSt KNeAd KNeAd RISe doWN RISe doWN RISe tIme tIme LIGHT 2 min 28 min 30 min 15 secs 25 min 10 secs 70 min 65 min 40min* MEDIUM 2 min 28 min...

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    traditional favourites continued multIgRAIN BReAd INgRedIeNtS 750g Water 375ml 325ml 3 tbl 2 tbl Salt 2 tsp 1½ tsp Sugar 3 tbl 2 tbl Bread flour 375g / 2½ cups 300g / 2 cups Wholemeal 225g / 1½ cups 150g / 1 cup plain flour Gluten flour 2 tbl...

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    flavoured White Bread Recipes in this section have the addition of seeds, nuts or other flavour enhancing ingredients. The addition occurs mostly at the sound of the beeps. Therefore these recipes are not suitable to use on the Preset Timer. procedure Place all ingredients into the bread pan in the exact order listed in the recipe.

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    flavoured White Bread continued CHeddAR & BACoN BReAd SWeet CoRN & CApSICum BReAd INgRedIeNtS 1kg 750g INgRedIeNtS 1kg 750g Water 310ml 260ml Water 250ml 200ml 3 tbl 2 tbl 3 tbl 2 tbl Salt ⁄ 1½ tsp Salt 2 tsp 1½...

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    flavoured White Bread continued gRAIN muStARd & HeRB BReAd medIteRRANeAN flAvouR BReAd INgRedIeNtS 1kg 750g INgRedIeNtS 1kg 750g Water 300ml 250ml Water 375ml 310ml 3 tbl 2 tbl 3 tsp 2 tsp Salt 1½ tsp 1 tsp Salt 2 tsp ⁄...

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    flavoured Sweet Bread Most of the recipes in this section have the addition of nuts, chocolate, sultanas or other flavour enhancing ingredients. The addition occurs mostly at the sound of the beeps towards the end of the second kneading cycle. Therefore these recipes are not suitable to use with the PRESET TIMER. Two loaf sizes 1kg and 750g can be made. When making the 750g size, remove the loaf 10 minutes before completion of the baking cycle.

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    flavoured Sweet Bread continued RICH fRuIt loAf lemoN & poppy Seed BReAd INgRedIeNtS 1kg 750g INgRedIeNtS 1kg 750g Water 340ml 290ml Water 310ml 250ml 3 tbl 2 tbl Lemon Butter 3 tbl 2 tbl Spread Salt ⁄ 1½ tsp 1½ tbl 1 tbl Grated orange 3 tsp...

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    flavoured Sweet Bread continued CHoC RAISIN & peANut BReAd glACe peAR & gINgeR BReAd INgRedIeNtS 750g INgRedIeNtS 750g Water 330ml 270ml Water 330ml 275ml 3 tbl 2 tbl 3 tbl 2 tbl Salt 1¾ tsp 1¼ tsp Salt 2 tsp 1½...

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    flavoured Wholemeal Bread The recipes in this section use ingredients such as wholemeal flour, rye flour and other grains or cereals. The WHOLE WHEAT setting has been designed with this in mind, providing longer rising times to produce a loaf of bread lighter in texture and higher in volume. Two loaf sizes 1kg and 750g can be made. When making the 750g size, remove the loaf 10 minutes before completion of the baking cycle.

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    flavoured Wholemeal Bread continued 50/50 WHolemeAl BReAd Soy & lINSeed BReAd INgRedIeNtS 750g INgRedIeNtS 1kg 750g Water 400ml 350ml Water 400ml 350ml 3 tbl 2 tbl 2 tbl 1 tbl Salt 2 tsp 1½ tsp Salt 2 tsp 1½ tsp Sugar 3 tbl 2 tbl...

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    Rapid Bread The recipes in this section have been developed to produce a loaf of bread similar in volume to that of bread made on any of the longer bread cycles. Unless otherwise stated, most of the yeasted bread recipes can be baked on this cycle, however the volume will be slightly reduced and the texture a little more dense.

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    Rapid Bread continued RApId WHIte BReAd INgRedIeNtS 750g Water 360ml 290ml 3 tbl 2 tbl Salt 2 tsp 1½ tsp Sugar 2½ tbl 2 tbl Bread flour 650g / 4 ⁄ cups 450g / 3 cups Bread 1 tsp ¾ tsp improver Milk powder 2½...

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    yeast free Bread Yeast Free Bread is made using baking powder as the main raising agent (it does not have the same strength as yeast). The following recipes will give Damper or Muffin-Style Breads, which will be heavy in texture and not as highly risen as yeasted breads.

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    yeast free Bread continued SeQueNCe foR yeASt fRee SettINg: CRuSt 1St KNeAd 2Nd KNeAd BAKe tIme totAl tIme LIGHT 2 min 13 min 60 min 1hr 15min* MEDIUM 2 min 13 min 60 min 1hr 15min* DARK 2 min 13 min 60 min 1hr 15min* * Baking temperature automatically adjusts for each crust colour.

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    yeast free Bread continued CHeeSe & SpRINg vegetABle BReAd pASSIoNfRuIt ButteR BReAd lIQuId INgRedIeNtS lIQuId INgRedIeNtS Milk, scalded and Water 400ml 250ml cooled 2 tbl Passionfruit in syrup 1 can dRy INgRedIeNtS (170g can) White bread flour 600g / 4cups Butter, softened 2 tbl Bread improver...

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    Making gluten free bread is different from traditional baking, therefore it is important to carefully read the following information: Your Breville Baker’s Oven will make delicious Gluten Free Bread with ease. The following recipes have been developed without using any grains or ingredients that contain gluten. Therefore, these recipes are suitable for people with specific food allergies or intolerances.

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    gluten free Bread continued procedure Mix liquid ingredients together in a small bowl. (Do not use electric mixer or a whisk, as this will aerate the mixture). Mix dry ingredients together in a large bowl. Do not sift. Use a pliable spatula to combine the liquid and dry ingredients. Mix to a soft dough ensuring all the ingredients are well combined.

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    gluten free Bread continued gluteN fRee CouNtRy Style BReAd gluteN fRee WHoleSome Seed BReAd lIQuId lIQuId 750g INgRedIeNtS 1kg 750g INgRedIeNtS Water 330ml 250ml Water 330ml 250ml 3 tbl 2½ tbl Olive oil 3 tbl 2½ tbl Eggs (60g) Eggs (60g) Cider vinegar 1 tsp ¾...

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    gluten free Bread continued gluteN fRee SpICy SultANA BReAd gluteN fRee CHeeSy CHeddAR BReAd lIQuId lIQuId INgRedIeNtS 1kg 750g INgRedIeNtS 1kg 750g Water 330ml 250ml Water 330ml 250ml Olive oil 1½ tbl 1 tbl Olive oil 3 tbl 2½ tbl Eggs (60g) Eggs (60g) Cider...

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    dough procedure Place all ingredients into the bread pan in the exact order listed in the recipe. Wipe spills from outside the bread pan. Lock the bread pan into position in the baking chamber and close the lid. Press MENU to setting 9 – (DOUGH). Press START/STOP to commence operation.

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    dough continued to mAKe A mASteR dougH: WHolemeAl dougH WHIte BReAd dougH Not suitable for the PRESET TIMER INgRedIeNtS Water 400ml INgRedIeNtS 2 tbl Full cream milk, 350ml Salt 1 tsp scalded and cooled Sugar 2 tbl Egg yolk Wholemeal plain flour 600g / 4 cups Butter or oil 2 tbl...

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    dough continued SHApINg IdeAS foR mASteR Hot CRoSS BuNS dougHS: Include 1 tablespoon of ground cinnamon and 1 tablespoon ground mix spice with dry BReAd RollS ingredients when making SWEET DOUGH recipe. Take a quantity of one of the Master dough recipes.

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    dough continued pIZZA & foCACCIA dougHS The DOUGH setting is suitable for all your favourite pizza and focaccia recipes. procedure Place ingredients into the bread pan, in the exact order listed in the recipe. Wipe spills from outside of bread pan. Lock the bread pan into position in the baking chamber and close the lid.

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    dough continued foCACCIA dougH INgRedIeNtS Water 250ml Olive oil 2 tbl Salt 1 tsp Sugar 2 tsp Bread flour 450g / 3 cups Tandaco yeast 2 tsp SettINg: 8 (dougH) Suggested toppings: Olive oil 3 tbl Rock salt 3 tbl Black olives, sliced 4 tbl Handshaping For thick Focaccia:...

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    prepackaged Bread mixes These convenient Bread Mixes are available nationally in supermarkets and at some bulk outlets. They are available in various sized packaging and should not be confused with Bread Flour. Bread mixes contain high protein bread flour, sugar, salt, milk powder, oil and other ingredients such as bread improvers.

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    prepackaged Bread mixes continued WHIte pRepACKAged BReAd mIxeS defIANCe WHIte BReAd mIx defIANCe CRuSty WHIte BReAd mIx INgRedIeNtS 1kg 750g INgRedIeNtS 1kg 750g Water 325ml 275ml Water 325ml 275ml Bread mix 600g / 4 cups 500g / 3 ⁄ cups Bread mix 600g / 4 cups 500g / 3...

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    prepackaged Bread mixes continued gRAIN pRepACKAged BReAd mIxeS defIANCe gRAIN BReAd mIx KItCHeN ColleCtIoN gRAIN BReAd mIx INgRedIeNtS 1kg 750g INgRedIeNtS 1kg 750g Water 325ml 275ml Water 360ml 310ml Bread mix 600g / 4 cups 500g / 3 ⁄ cups Bread mix 600g / 4 cups 500g / 3...

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    prepackaged Bread mixes continued WHolemeAl pRepACKAged Rye pRepACKAged BReAd mIxeS BReAd mIxeS lAuCKe SouRdougH Rye BReAd mIx lAuCKe BIo-foRt goldeN INgRedIeNtS 1kg 750g WHolemeAl BReAd mIx Water 450ml 300ml INgRedIeNtS 1kg 750g Bread mix 600g / 4 cups 450g / 3 cups Water 445ml 330ml...

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    glazes The following Glazes are easy and quick to prepare and will enhance the flavour and appearance of your breads. CHoColAte glAZe 2 tablespoons butter or margarine, melted ⁄ cup icing sugar, sifted 1 tablespoon cocoa, sifted ½ teaspoon vanilla essence 2 tablespoons milk Hot CRoSS BuN ANd BRoWN BuN glAZe ½...

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    glazes continued gelAtINe glAZe 3 tablespoons water 1½ tablespoons sugar 3 teaspoons gelatine procedure Place ingredients in a small saucepan, stir over low heat until sugar and gelatine dissolves. Brush over hot bread. egg glAZe/SeedS oN top 1 x 60g egg, lightly beaten 2-3 tablespoons water Seeds, for example, poppy, sesame, sunflower, linseed, etc.

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    Notes Abbrevations: tsp = teaspoon tbl = tablespoon...

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