INDEX Safety Notices Appliance Overview Accessories Intended Use Before the first usage Properties Control panel Programme Timer-Function Before baking Baking bread Error Messages Cleaning and Care Technical data Disposal Warranty and Service Importer Programme sequence Troubleshooting the Bread Baking Machine Read the operating instructions carefully before using the device for the first time and preserve this booklet for later reference.
Safety Notices • Please read the operating instructions through completely before using the appliance for the first time! • Danger of suffocation! Children can suffocate through the improper use of packaging materi- als. Dispose of them immediately after unpak- king or store them in a place that is out of reach of children.
Do not place any objects on the appliance and do not cover it during operation. Risk of fire! • Caution! The bread maker becomes very hot during operation. Do not touch the appliance until it has cooled down, or use oven gloves.
Before the first usage Disposal of the packaging material Unpack your appliance and dispose of the packa- ging material in accordance with your local regula- tions. Initial cleaning Wipe the baking mould , kneading paddles and outer surfaces of the bread baking machine with a clean, damp cloth before putting it into opera- tion.
Control panel 750g 1000g 1250g Display Display for selection of the weight (750 g, 1000 g, 1250 g) the remaining baking time in minutes and the programmed time the selected level of browning (light medium , dark , Rapid the selected program number the programme sequence the addition of ingredients („ADD“) Start / Stop...
Operation indicator lamp The operation indicator lamp glowing that a programme is currently running. If you want to start a programme time-delayed by using the timer function, the operation indicator lamp first glows when the programme itself starts, not when the timer is activated. Bread weight Select the bread weight (750 g / 1000 g / 1250 g).
Programmme 7: Pasta For the preparation of pasta dough. In this Programme no baking is done. Programmme 8: Buttermilk bread For breads made with buttermilk or yoghurt. Programme 9: Gluten Free For breads made of gluten-free flours and baking mixtures. Gluten-free flours require longer for the absorption of liquids and have differing rising properties.
Confirm the programming of the timer with the Start/Stop button . The colon on the display flashes and the programmed time starts to run. As soon as the programme starts, the operating indi- cator lamp glows. When the baking process has been completed, ten acoustic signals are sounded and the display indicates 0:00.
Select the browning level In the display the arrow shows you what you have selected, light, medium or dark. Here you can also select the setting "Rapid" to shorten the time period in which the dough rises. Note A browning level cannot be selected with the pro- grammes 6, 7 and 11.
After removing the bread, immediately rinse the baking mould with warm water. This prevents the kneading paddles from sticking to the driving shaft. Tip: If you remove the kneading paddles the last kneading of the dough, the bread will remain intact when you remove it from the baking mould •...
Warranty and Service You receive a 3-year warranty for this device as of the purchase date. The device has been manufactu- red with care and meticulously examined before delivery. Please retain your receipt as proof of purchase. In the case of a warranty claim, please make contact by telephone with our service department.
Programme sequence Programme Light Level of browning Medium Dark Size 750 g 1000 g 1250 g 750 g 1000 g 1250 g 750 g 1000 g 1250 g 750 g 1000 g 1250 g Time (Hours) 2:58 3:05 Preheat (Min) Kneading 1 (min) Rise 1 (Min) Kneading 2 (min)
Programme Light Level of browning Medium Dark Size 750 g 1000 g 1250 g 750 g 1000 g 1250 g 750 g 1000 g 1250 g 750 g 1000 g 1250 g Time (Hours) 3:18 3:25 Preheat (Min) Kneading 1 (min) Rise 1 (Min) Kneading 2 (min) Rise 2 (Min)
Programme 5. Super Rapid Level of browning Size 750 g 1000 g 1250 g Time (Hours) 1:15 Preheat (Min) Kneading 1 (min) Rise 1 (Min) Kneading 2 (min) Rise 2 (Min) Rise 3 (Min) Bake (min) Keep-Warm time (Min) Insert ingredients 1:05 (Time remaining) Pre-adjustment of the time...
Programme 10. Cake Light Level of browning Medium Dark Size 750 g 1000 g 1250 g Time (Hours) 1:30 1:35 Preheat (Min) Kneading 1 (min) Rise 1 (Min) Kneading 2 (min) Rise 2 (Min) Rise 3 (Min) Bake (min) 15 Rise 15 Rise 15 Rise Keep-Warm time (Min) Insert ingredients...
Remove the kneading paddle remover In the case of power failure for up to 10 minutes, the bread maker will complete the last implemented program- me through to the end. Please take note of the exact times given in the table "Programme sequence".
Useful information about ingredients FLOUR Most of the commercially available varieties of flour, such as wheat or rye flour, are suitable for baking. The type designation for flour types may vary from country to country. With the baking program "gluten-free", gluten-free flour types such as corn, buckwheat or potato flour can be used.
The consistency of gluten-free breads is also different to that of wheat meal breads. MEASURING THE INGREDIENTS Along with our Automatic Bread Maker, you will receive the following measuring cups, which make the task of measuring the ingredients easier for you:...
Ready-to-use baking mixtures You can also use ready-to-use baking mixtures with this bread maker. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions on the packa- ging. The following table provides you the examples of conversion for some of the baking mixtures. Baking mixtures Multigrain health bread...
Recipes for approx. 1000 g bread Note: To achieve a better baking result, prepare the dough with a mixer. Then place the finished dough in the baking mould. Using the button “Bre- ad weight” enter the weight 1000 gr. Select the desired degree of browning for your bread.
Cornbread 350 ml water 1 tbsp. butter 540 g flour of type 550 3 tbsp. corn semolina 1/2 chopped apple with peel 3/4 packet of dry yeast Programme 2 French "Classic" white bread 320 ml water/milk 2 tbsp. butter 1,5 tsp. Salt 2 tbsp.
Wheat groats bread 350 ml water 1 tsp. salt 2 tbsp. butter 1.5 tbsp. honey 360 g flour of type 1050 180 g wheat whole grain flour 50 g wheat groats 3/4 packet of dry yeast Whole grain bread 350 ml water 25 g butter 1 tsp.
Chocolate bread 400 ml milk 100 g low fat curd cheese 1,5 tsp. salt 1.5 tsp. sugar 600 g wheat whole grain flour 10 tbsp. cocoa 100 g chopped whole milk chocolate 1 packet of dry yeast Use whole milk or semi-sweet chocolate. If you brush the dough with 1 tbsp.
Pretzels 200 ml water 1/4 tsp. salt 360 g flour of type 405 1/2 tsp. sugar 1/2 packet of dry yeast Form the dough into pretzels. Then coat the pret- zels with 1 whisked egg and spread coarse salt over top (a total of 1-2 tbsp. coarse salt for about 12 pretzels).
Gluten-free yoghurt bread 350 ml water 150 g natural yoghurt 1.5 tbsp. oil 1.5 tbsp. vinegar 100 g gluten-free flour (e.g. millet, rice, buckwheat) 400 g gluten-free flour mixture (e.g. "Mix B" from Schär) 1,5 tsp salt 1.5 tsp. sugar 1.5 packet of dry yeast 1 tsp.
Orange marmelade 350 g oranges 150 g lemons 500 g gelling sugar Strawberry jam 500 g strawberries 500 g gelling sugar 2-3 tbsp. lemon juice Berry jam 500 g thawed berries 500 g gelling sugar 1 tbsp. lemon juice Mix all ingredients in the baking mould. Enjoy your meal! These recipes are provided without guarantee.
Troubleshooting the recipes Why does my bread occasionally have some flour on the side crusts? Why do I need to add the ingredients in a particular sequence? Why is the dough only partly kneaded? Why has the bread not risen? When should I add nuts and fruits to the dough? The baked bread is too moist.