➊➊ Egg Enriched White Bread Loaf Size 750g 500g Ingredients 1 plus 1 egg yolk Water See Point 1 See Point 1 See Point 1 Unbleached white bread 600g 450g 350g flour Salt 1½ tsp 1½ tsp 1tsp Sugar 4tsp 1tbsp 2tsp Vegetable oil...
➋ French Bread BM250 oNLy Loaf Size 750g Ingredients Water 400ml 310ml Unbleached white bread 540g 400g flour Fine French plain flour Salt 1½ tsp 1½ tsp Sugar 2tsp 2tsp Easy blend dried yeast 1½ tsp 1½ tsp Note: Super fine plain flour can be used instead of French flour.
Caramelise onion Bread BM350 only Ingredients Large Butter Large onion, chopped Semi-skimmed milk, lukewarm 350ml Unbleached white bread flour 530g Wholemeal bread flour Salt 1tsp Sugar 4tsp Freshly ground black pepper 1tsp Easy blend dried yeast 4tsp Melt the butter in a frying pan and sauté the onions over a low heat until golden. Remove from the heat.
Add the water and oil into the bread pan. Add the sun-dried tomatoes when the machine makes an audible sound during the 2nd kneading cycle. (See timetable menus on page 35 (BM250) and page 40 (BM350)). tsp = 5ml teaspoon...
Follow individual recipe instructions. Insert and lock the bread pan into the machine. ➐ ➐ Select program (BM250/Cake) (BM350/Quick Bread). After 6 minutes mixing, scrape down with a plastic spatula to ensure all the ingredients are incorporated. ➐➐ Banana and Cinnamon Tea Bread...
➐➐ Caribbean Tea Bread Ingredients Large Butter, melted Milk 170ml Eggs, lightly beaten Plain flour 280g Baking powder 1 tbsp Salt pinch Caster sugar 115g Desiccated coconut Ready to eat, dried tropical fruits, coarsely chopped Milk 60ml ➐➐ USE PROGRAM Add the melted butter, milk and eggs to the bread pan.
1tsp Place the walnuts, orange and lemon rind into the pan when the machine makes an audible sound during the 2nd kneading cycle. (See timetable menus on page 38 (BM250) and page 45 (BM350)). tsp = 5ml teaspoon tbsp = 15ml tablespoon...
Add the pecan nuts and cranberries into the pan when the machine makes an audible sound during the 2nd kneading cycle. (See timetable menus on page 38 (BM250) and page 45 (BM350)). tsp = 5ml teaspoon tbsp = 15ml tablespoon...
2nd kneading cycle. Make the glaze by dissolving the caster sugar in the milk, and brush over the top crust whilst still warm. (See timetable menus on page 38 (BM250) and page 45 (BM350)). tsp = 5ml teaspoon tbsp = 15ml tablespoon...
Add the berries, cherries and hazelnuts when the machine makes an audible sound during the 2nd kneading cycle. (See timetable menus on page 35 (BM250) and page 40 (BM350)). tsp = 5ml teaspoon tbsp = 15ml tablespoon...
➐➑ Marmalade Cake Ingredients Large Butter 115g Golden syrup 150g Granulated sugar Orange marmalade Milk 175ml Plain white flour 280g Baking powder 2tsp Bicarbonate of soda 1tsp Salt pinch Place the butter, syrup, sugar and marmalade in a small saucepan and heat gently until melted, stirring occasionally.
• BM350 – throughout the jam cycle the kneader will stir the ingredients. BM250 – the kneader will only operate for the first 5 minutes. • Always use ripe fresh fruit for the best results and cut large fruits into halves or quarters.
Add the rest of the ingredients. Insert and lock the bread pan into the bread machine. Close the lid and select programme (BM250) or (BM350) JAM from the MENU. Allow to mix for 15 minutes, then if necessary scrape down the sides of the pan with a wooden spoon to remove any sugar.
Add the rest of the ingredients. Insert and lock the bread pan into the bread machine. Close the lid and select program (BM250) or (BM350) JAM from the MENU. At the end of the cycle, turn off and then remove the bread pan using oven gloves.
The following recipes using gluten free bread mixes and gluten free flours have been tried and tested in the BM250 and BM350 Breadmakers. Making gluten-free bread is different from baking normal bread using wheat flour and the guidelines below should be noted and followed: - •...
➎ ➒ Insert and lock the bread pan in the bread machine. Select program (BM250) or (BM350) GLUTEN FREE . Then press ‘Start’. After 5 minutes mixing, scrape down with a plastic spatula to ensure all the ingredients are incorporated.
Pour the water into the bread pan and then add the rest of the ingredients in the order listed in each recipe. 3 Insert and lock the bread pan in the bread machine. Select program (BM250) or (BM350) ➎ ➒...
➎➒ Basic Gluten Free Bread 2 Ingredients Quantity Water 410ml Eggs 160g Sunflower Oil (or other vegetable oil) 45ml Cider Vinegar White Rice Flour 260g Brown Rice Flour Chick Pea Flour Cornflour or Potato Flour 110g Xanthan Gum 2tsp Salt 1tsp Sugar Yeast...
Rapid Bake Button • Your bread maker has an extra fast bread cycle, which will knead, prove and cook a delicious loaf of bread in just 1 hour. To help ensure the best possible results follow the guidelines given below. •...
Ingredients The major ingredient in bread making is flour, so selecting the right one is the key to a successful loaf. Wheat flours Wheat flours make the best loaves. Wheat consists of an outer husk, often referred to as bran, and as an inner kernel, which contains the wheat germ and endosperm which, when mixed with the water, forms gluten.
Ingredients Salt A small quantity of salt is essential in bread making for dough development and flavour. Use fine table salt or sea salt, not coarsely ground salt which is best kept for sprinkling on top of hand-shaped rolls, to give a crunchy texture.
Fats and oils A small amount of fat or oil is often added to bread to give a softer crumb. It also helps to extend the freshness of the loaf. Use butter, margarine or even lard in small quantities up to 25g or 22ml (1½ tbsp) vegetable oil.
Adapting your own recipes After you have baked some of the recipes supplied you may wish to adapt a few of of your own favourites, which previously have been mixed and kneaded my hand. Start by selecting one of the recipes in this booklet, which is similar to your recipe, and use it as a guide.
General hints and tips The results of your bread making are dependent on a number of different factors, such as the quality of ingredients, careful measuring, temperature and humidity. To help ensure successful results, there are a few hints and tips worth noting. The bread machine is not a sealed unit and will be affected by temperature.
Troubleshooting guide Following are some typical problems that can occur when making bread in your bread maker. Please review the problems, their possible cause and the corrective action that should be taken to ensure successful bread making. Problem Possible Cause Solution Loaf Size and Shape Wholemeal breads will be...
Troubleshooting guide Problem Possible Cause Solution Loaf Size and Shape 3. Top inflated - mushroom-like Too much yeast. Reduce yeast by ¼ tsp. in appearance. Too much sugar. Reduce sugar by 1tsp Too much flour. Reduce flour by 6 to 9tsp Not enough salt.
Troubleshooting guide Problem Possible Cause Solution Loaf size and shape 7. Loaves uneven shorter on Dough too dry and not Increase liquid by 15ml/3tsp. one end. allowed to rise evenly in pan. Bread Texture 8. Heavy dense texture. Too much flour. Measure accurately.
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