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Automatic Bread Maker
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS AND RECIPES (Household Use)
SD-2501
Model No.
Thank you for purchasing this Panasonic product.
 Please read these instructions carefully before using
this product and save this manual for future use.
 This product is intended for household use only.

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  • Page 1 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS AND RECIPES (Household Use) SD-2501 Model No. Thank you for purchasing this Panasonic product.  Please read these instructions carefully before using this product and save this manual for future use.  This product is intended for household use only.
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents Before Use  Safety Instructions ·······································································3  Accessories/Parts Identification ···················································6  Bread-making Ingredients ···························································8 How to Use  List of Bread Types and Baking Options ···································10  Baking Bread ·············································································12  When adding extra ingredients ··················································14  Baking Brioche ··········································································15 ...
  • Page 3: Safety Instructions

    Safety Instructions Please ensure you follow these instructions. In order to prevent accidents or injuries to the user, other people, and damage to property, please follow the instructions below. The following charts indicate the degree of damage caused by wrong operation. Indicates risk of injury or Warning: Indicates serious injury or...
  • Page 4 The appliance makes abnormal turning noise during use.  Unplug the appliance immediately and consult a Panasonic dealer and have it serviced by an authorized technician. Do not touch, block or cover the steam vent holes during use. (It may cause a burn.) Especially pay attention for children.
  • Page 5 Caution Do not use the appliance on following places. Position the Bread Maker on a firm, dry, clean, flat heatproof worktop at least ● 10 cm (4 inches) from the edge of the worktop. (It may cause the appliance to slip and fall from the worktop.) Do not place on unstable surfaces, on electrical appliances such as a refrigerator, ●...
  • Page 6: Accessories/Parts Identification

    Accessories/Parts Identification Main Unit Raisin nut dispenser The ingredients placed in the raisin nut dispenser will drop into the bread pan automatically upon selecting the menu with raisin (03, 06, 14, 17, 19 and 25). Turn to P. 14 for ingredients which may be placed in the raisin nut dispenser.
  • Page 7: Control Panel

    Control Panel  Operation status : displayed for the current stage of the program. Ingredients are being regulated on the ‘Rest’ stage before kneading. : displayed when there has been an interruption in the power supply. : displayed when adding ingredients manually on menu 11 and 23. ...
  • Page 8: Bread-Making Ingredients

    Bread-making Ingredients Water Flour  Use normal tap water.  Use tepid water if using menu 02, 05, 07, 12 or 20 in Main ingredient of bread. The protein in flour a cold room. forms gluten during kneading. Gluten provides ...
  • Page 9: Main Flours Used In Bread

    Main Flours Used in Bread Strong flour is milled from hard wheat and has a high content of protein which is necessary for the development of gluten. Carbon dioxide produced during fermentation is trapped within the elastic network of gluten, thus making the dough rise. White flour: Made by grinding wheat kernel, excluding bran and germ.
  • Page 10: List Of Bread Types And Baking Options

    List of Bread Types and Baking Options  Function Availability and Time Required •Time required for each process will differ according to room temperature. Options Processes Menu Menu Size Crust Timer Rest Knead Rise Bake Total Number 30 min– 1 hr 50 min– 4 hr–...
  • Page 11 Options Processes Menu Menu Rest Knead Rise Bake Total Size Crust Timer Number 30 min– 1 hr 10 min–  — — — — Basic 2 hr 20 min 15–30 min 50 min 1 hr 30 min 30 min– 1 hr 10 min– ...
  • Page 12: Baking Bread

    Baking Bread Turn to P.21-28 for bread recipes Place the ingredients in the bread pan Kneading blade Remove the bread pan and Place the measured ingredients set the kneading blade in the bread pan  Twist the bread pan anti- ...
  • Page 13 Set the program and start Remove the bread Select a bake menu Press Stop pad and (The display shows when menu ‘01’ is selected.) remove bread when machine beeps 8 times and the bar at ‘End’ flashes.  See P. 10 for menu, availability of size and crust. ...
  • Page 14: When Adding Extra Ingredients

    When adding extra ingredients Adding extra ingredients to bread or dough By selecting a menu with raisin (03, 06, 14, 17, 19 or 25), you can mix your favourite ingredients into the dough to make all kinds of flavoured breads. Simply place the extra ingredients in the dispenser or the bread pan before start...
  • Page 15: Baking Brioche

    Baking Brioche (OZ) (NZ) Dry yeast (NZ: Surebake yeast) ⁄ 5 tsp Bread flour (NZ: White flour) 400 g 400 g Salt 1 tsp 1 tsp Sugar 3 tbsp 2 tbsp Butter 50 g 50 g (Cut into 2 cm cubes and keep in fridge) Powdered milk (NZ: Milk powder) 2 tbsp 2 tbsp...
  • Page 16: Making Dough

    Making Dough Turn to P. 31–38 for dough recipes  To cancel/stop once started (hold for more than 1 second)  Put the kneading blade into the bread pan. Preparation  Place the ingredients in the bread pan in the order listed in the recipe. (P.
  • Page 17: Making Brioche Dough

    Making Brioche Dough Turn to P. 37 for dough recipes  To cancel/stop once started (hold for more than 1 second) 2, 3  Cut the butter for adding later into 1–2 cm cubes and keep them in fridge. Preparation ...
  • Page 18: Baking Cakes

    Baking Cakes Turn to P. 39 for cake recipes  To cancel/stop once started (hold for more than 1 second) • Remove the kneading blade  Prepare the ingredients according to the recipe. Preparation  Line the bread pan with parchment paper or loaf tin liners and pour in the mixed ingredients.
  • Page 19: Making Jam

    Making Jam Turn to P. 40 for jam recipes  To cancel/stop once started (hold for more than 1 second)  Prepare the ingredients according to the recipe. Preparation  Put the kneading blade into the bread pan.  Place the ingredients into the bread pan in the following order: half of the fruit →...
  • Page 20: Making Compote

    Making Compote Turn to P. 40 for compote recipes  To cancel/stop once started (hold for more than 1 second)  Prepare the ingredients according to the recipe. (Remove the kneading blade.) Preparation  Place the ingredients into the bread pan in the following order: fruit → sugar → liquid. ...
  • Page 21: Bread Recipes

    Bread Recipes Customer who lives in Australia • Use the recipes from the amount in the table described as ‘OZ’. • To raise bread, use strong high protein flour (Bread flour or Bakers flour). • Bread improver contain Vitamin C, and there is an effect to improve volume of bread. Please add it at the time of the recipe which using a lot of whole wheat flour.
  • Page 22 Bread Recipes Garlic Herb Bread Menu ‘01’ (4hr) (OZ) (NZ) Dry yeast ⁄ ⁄ ⁄ Surebake yeast 3 tsp ⁄ 4 tsp Bread flour 420 g 520 g 620 g White flour 350 g 450 g 600 g Salt 1 tsp 2 tsp 2 tsp Salt...
  • Page 23 Curry & Onion Loaf Spicy Fruit Loaf Menu ‘01’ (4hr) Menu ‘03’ (4hr) (OZ) (NZ) Dry yeast ⁄ ⁄ ⁄ Surebake yeast ⁄ Bread flour 420 g 520 g 620 g White flour 400 g Salt 1 tsp 2 tsp 2 tsp Salt 1 tsp...
  • Page 24 Bread Recipes [04 Whole wheat] Wholemeal Loaf 75% Wholemeal Loaf 100% Menu ‘04’ (5hr) Menu ‘04’ (5hr) [05 Whole wheat (OZ) (NZ) Rapid] [06 Whole wheat Dry yeast ⁄ ⁄ ⁄ Surebake yeast 3 tsp 4 tsp ⁄ Raisin] Whole wheat flour 300 g 370 g 450 g...
  • Page 25 Sesame & Bran Loaf Menu ‘04’ (5hr) (OZ) (NZ) Dry yeast ⁄ ⁄ ⁄ Surebake yeast 3 tsp 4 tsp ⁄ Whole wheat flour 300 g 370 g 450 g Wholemeal flour 250 g 330 g 450 g Bread flour 100 g 125 g 150 g...
  • Page 26 Bread Recipes [07 Rye] Rye 100% Menu ‘07’ (3hr 30min) (rye flour) (OZ) (NZ)  Remember to use the rye kneading blade for all these Dry yeast 3 tsp Surebake yeast 5 tsp recipes. Rye flour 500 g Rye flour 500 g ...
  • Page 27 Herb Bread Menu ‘09’ (4hr 30min) (OZ) (NZ) Dry yeast 1 tsp Surebake yeast 3 tsp Bread flour 400 g White flour 450 g Salt ⁄ Salt 1 tsp Olive oil 1 tbsp Olive oil 2 tbsp Basil 1 tbsp Basil 1 tbsp Water...
  • Page 28 Bread Recipes Pannettone Menu ‘11’ (3hr 30min) (OZ) (NZ) Dry yeast ⁄ Surebake yeast 6 tsp Bread flour 400 g White flour 400 g Sugar 4 tbsp Sugar 3 tbsp Salt 1 tsp Salt 1 tsp Butter (Cut into 2 cm cubes and keep in Butter (Cut into 2 cm cubes and keep in 50 g 50 g...
  • Page 29: Gluten Free Recipes

    Gluten Free Recipes [01 Basic] Before making gluten free bread [12 Gluten Free] (gluten free bread mix /  Consult your doctor and follow the guidelines below! wheat free bread mix) If you make gluten free bread as part of dietary therapy, it is important that you avoid cross- : Timer cannot be used contamination with flour that does contain gluten.
  • Page 30 Gluten Free Recipes Gluten free bread on Basic program Important Notes: Menu ‘01’-‘XL’ Size-‘Dark’ Crust (2hr) 1. Do not leave gluten free bread in for keep warm. (OZ) (NZ) Remove bread from Machine when baking is complete. Yeasted plain gluten free loaf 2.
  • Page 31: Dough Recipes

    Dough Recipes Rolls  Select one of the following recipes and follow the method below. Shape dough. Place onto a greased baking tray and allow to prove until doubled in size. [16 Basic] [17 Basic Raisin] [18 Whole wheat] [19 Whole wheat Raisin] [20 Rye] [21 French] [22 Pizza] [23 Brioche] [24 Speciality] The Dough setting mixes and gives the dough it’s first rising before you shape and bake it in your conventional oven.
  • Page 32 Dough Recipes Croissants Place the dough at right angles to the previous position in Menu ‘16’ (2hr 20min) the step 4. Roll out into 30 cm square. (OZ) Fold into thirds. Wrap and place into refrigerator for 20-30 minutes. Dry yeast 2 tsp Roll and fold twice more.
  • Page 33 Hot Cross Buns Olive & Rosemary Rolls Menu ‘17’ (2hr 20min) Menu ‘17’ (2hr 20min) (OZ) (OZ) Dry yeast 2 tsp Dry yeast 2 tsp Bread flour 475 g Bread flour 450 g Salt 2 tsp Salt 1 tsp Powdered milk 3 tbsp Powdered milk 2 tbsp...
  • Page 34 Dough Recipes Swedish Tea Ring Sundried Tomato & Basil Rolls Menu ‘16’ (2hr 20min) Menu ‘17’ (2hr 20min) (OZ) (OZ) Dry yeast 2 tsp Dry yeast 2 tsp Bread flour 450 g Bread flour 450 g Salt 1 tsp Salt 1 tsp Powdered milk 3 tbsp...
  • Page 35 Bagels Whole Wheat Raisin Rolls Menu ‘16’ (2hr 20min) Menu ‘19’ (3hr 15min) (OZ) (OZ) Dry yeast 2 tsp Dry yeast ⁄ Bread flour 450 g Bread flour 200 g Salt 1 tsp Whole wheat flour 200 g Powdered milk 2 tbsp Salt 2 tsp...
  • Page 36 Dough Recipes Sunflower & Kibblewheat Rolls Rye & White Rolls Menu ‘18’ (3hr 15min) Stage 1 Culture : Menu ‘22’ (45min) (OZ) (OZ) Dry yeast 2 tsp Dry yeast 1 tsp Bread flour 225 g Bread flour 75 g Whole wheat flour 225 g Rye flour 150 g...
  • Page 37 French Bread Brioche Dough (Chocolate Chip Brioche Roll) Menu ‘21’ (3hr 35min) ; for 12 rolls (OZ) Menu ‘23’ (1hr 50min) (OZ) Dry yeast 2 tsp Bread flour 475 g Dry yeast ⁄ Salt 2 tsp Bread flour 400 g Butter 10 g Sugar...
  • Page 38 Dough Recipes Spelt Table Roll Leave to rise at room temperature for 15 minutes. ; for 8 rolls Menu ‘24’ (2hr 45min) Brush each circle with tomato paste. Sprinkle with (OZ) Mozzarella cheese. Top with your favourite topping, such Dry yeast 2 tsp as sliced onions, pepperoni, cooked sausage, capsicum or Spelt White Flour...
  • Page 39: Cake Recipes

    Cake Recipes Butter Cake Select menu 15 and enter 50 minutes on the Menu ‘15’ (50min) timer. (OZ) (NZ) Test with a skewer to see if the centre is Butter 100 g cooked. If it is not, select the same menu Sugar 100 g again and enter a further 5-10 minutes on the...
  • Page 40: Jam Recipes

    Jam Recipes Compote Recipes [27 Compote] [26 Jam]  Jam setter can be used instead of pectin. Spiced Apple Compote Menu ‘27’ (1hr 20min)  Depending on the type of pectin, it may be better to increase or decrease the (OZ) (NZ) amount.
  • Page 41: Care & Cleaning

    Care & Cleaning Before cleaning, unplug your Bread Maker and allow it to cool down.  To avoid damaging your Bread Maker... Wipe with a damp cloth.  Do not use anything abrasive! (cleansers, scouring pads etc) Use a soft sponge when cleaning bread pan and kneading blade.
  • Page 42: To Protect The Non-Stick Finish

    Care & Cleaning Dispenser lid Remove and wash with water.  Raise the dispenser lid to an angle of approximately 75 degrees. Align the connections and pull towards you to remove or push carefully back at the same angle to attach. (Wait until the machine has cooled down first, because it will be very hot immediately after use) ...
  • Page 43: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting Before calling for service, please check through this section. Cause  Action Problem [All bread]  The quality of the gluten in your flour is poor, or you have not used strong flour. (Gluten quality can vary depending on temperature, humidity, how the flour is stored, and the season of harvest) ...
  • Page 44 If the kneading mounting shaft does not rotate when the kneading blade is attached, you will need to replace the kneading mounting shaft unit (consult the place of purchase or the Panasonic Customer Care Center). Dough leaks out of the...
  • Page 45  H01–H02 appears on The display indicates a problem with the Bread Maker.  the display. Consult the place of purchase or the Panasonic Customer Care Center.  U50 appears on the The unit is hot (above 40˚C).  display.
  • Page 46: Warranty

    1. Subject to the conditions of this warranty Panasonic or it’s Authorised Service Centre will perform necessary service on the product without charge for parts or labour, if in the opinion of Panasonic, the product is found to be faulty within the warranty period. For Line Communications products (i.e. Cordless Phones, etc) the genuine battery(s) has a 3 month warranty.
  • Page 48 150 g dried fruit/nuts Timer Digital timer (up to 13 hours) Dimensions (H  W  D) approx. 38.2  25.6  38.9 cm Weight approx. 7.0 kg Accessories Measuring cup, measuring spoon Panasonic Corporation DZ50R166 F0711S0 Web Site: http://www.panasonic.net Printed in China...