When the following
The finished cake is
different from expected.
The baked bread is
Whipping cream and
chocolates can not
be merged together.
Chocolates stick on
the inner sides of
the bread pan.
Jam is too diluted
and not firmly set.
Not cooked well.
Some part of fruit
did not absorb
The red bean does
not turn into paste.
Mochi has remaining
grains of rice stuck.
The meat floss
comes out sticky.
The meat sticks to the
sides of the bread pan.
There are still some
pieces of meat left.
Please confirm the following
The finished cake looks like butter cake but is still different from the sponge cake
available in the market in terms of baking conditions.
Reduce low-gluten flour to 160 g to make the cake soft.
Too much soy milk had been used?
The cream with a high content of butterfat (over 41%) may not merge with
chocolates with a high content of cocoa.
Adding extra 10 g (approx. 2 tsp) of milk may help the two ingredients to merge better.
Chocolates with high content of milk will soften.
Reduce the amount of whipping cream by 10 20 g (approx. 10 20 mL).
Scrape off the chocolates stuck on the bread pan with a rubber spatula within
5 minutes then do the additional mixing for another 2 3 minutes.
Jams become diluted due to less granulated sugar quantity and no additives.
The fruit with low pectin such as unripe or overripe fruit, or non-freshed fruit was used.
Did you add too much fruit?
Did you reduce the amount of granulated sugar and lemon juice? (Jam must have
proper content of sugar, acid and pectin.)
Did you use overripe fruit?
Some kinds of fruit may be easily cooked.
Did you cover it with cooking paper?
Take fruit out of the syrup and then put the part that did not absorb enough sugar
into the syrup again and cool it down.
Keeping it for a half day to one day before eating will be recommended.
Have you boiled red bean until they become soft?
Too much red bean?
Did you add too much sticky rice?
Did you add enough water?
Was the sticky rice too dry after draining?
(e.g. faced the air-conditioner outlet)
Was it mixed with an ordinary rice?
Did you use old rice?
The meat may be too fatty. Remove some of the fat before using.
Did you scrape off the meat when the buzzer sounds 10 minutes after machine has started?
When the buzzer sounds, scrape off any meat stuck to the bread pan with a rubber spatula.
The meat was torn too rough. When prepare the meat for putting into the bread
pan, tear it into thin slices (approx. less than 5 mm) along the meat fiber.