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Using The Timer - Kenmore 48487 Owner's Manual

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USING
THE TIMER
DELAYED BAKING
You can program the Breadmaker
to delay
preparing
and baking the loaf for up to ! 3
hours from the time you press the START
button,
Set the timer for the number of hours there
wilt be between the time you set it and the
time you want the bread to finish baking.
For example:
It's 8:15 a.m, and you want the bread to
be finished
at 7:00 p.m, the same day.
The time difference
from 8:!5 a,m. to
7:00 p,m, is !0 hours, 45 minutes.
Set the timer for 10 hours, 45
minutes,
It's 9:00 p,m. and you want breakfast
bread ready at 6;30 a.m. the next
morning.
The number
of hours + min-
utes from 9:00 p.m. to 6:30 a.m. is 9
hours, 30 minutes,
Set the timer for 9 hours,
30 minutes,
CAUTION:
DO NOT use delayed baking
for recipes containing perishable
ingredients
such as Dairy Products
(eggs, milk, cheese,
yogurt), Meats (cooked or uncooked),
Flsh,
or Poultry, These ingredients
may begin to
spoil before baking begins and create a
health hazard if eaten,
1, 2, 3! !, 2, 31
Remember
to always put your ingredi-
ents into the Bread Pan in the following
order;
I.
Wet -- water, m!lk, oi!s, fats
2. Dry - salt, powdered milk, grains,
sugar, flour
3. Yeast -- Do not use yeast past
expiration date.
Keep yeast away from liquids (or it will
start to activate
immediately)
and salt (or
it may not activate
at all).
To Program Delayed Baking
Step 1.
Add ingredients,
as usual, taking care
not to let the yeast and liquid ingredi-
ents mix,
Step 2.
Close Breadmaker
lid and
plug it into a 120V electrical
outlet,
Step 3,
Select the desired cycle, loaf
size, and crust co]or,
Step
4.
Press the h Timer button
once for each 10 minutes
you wish to delay the finish
time,
Press the V
button to subtract
time if you enter too much. The time
amount shows in the Display Window,
Press and hold either A
or V
to fast
forward or fast reverse time,
NOTE: Actual baking times wilt not
change,
Step 5.
Press START to begin Timer,
................
countdown, The colon (:) in the time
shown in the Display Window wilt begin
to flash, This lets you know that the
Timer has started, When the Display
Window shows 0:00, baking is complete.
NOTE: Always set timer for the shortest
time possible. Because
ingredients are
partia!ly
combined in the Bread Pan, the
dough may tend to deteriorate if left
unbaked for too many hours, especially
on a warm or humid day.
BAKE ONLY
You can set the Timer to bake breads from
store-bought
frozen dough or dough you
have made and saved, You can also warm
up a previously
made loaf.

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