Your Kenmore Breadmaker comes with a
terrific feature called the "Add-In Beeper."
should be used when
you want to add nuts, fruits, herbs,
oats, etc. to the dough,
The beeper will sound several
pr!or to the end of Knead 2, approximately
23 minutes from the activation
of the initial
Why is this beeper necessary?
that, if you add raisins, rolled oats, seeds,
or herbs into the pan with the initial
several factors may effect your
foods wil! rehydrate
quickly and break down into small flecks,
So, if you want plump raisins in your raisin
bread, add them after the beeper signal.
such as sun-
will color the bread to a red
or dark pink, as well as break down. Again,
if you'd like chunks of sun-drieds in the
bread, add them when the beeper
has a very
feature; true convection
down, Towards the end of the baking
cycle, a convection
fan will activate.
Not only does the fan circulate
the bread case, helping prevent
between the crust and baking
pan, it also makes for a better crust and
keeps the bread from becom _
ing soggy if not removed
The Jam cycle makes your favorite jams.
See "RECIPES" at the end of this manual.
For best results:
DO NOT reduce sugar or use sugar
The exact amounts
sugar, fruit, and pectin are necessary
for a good set.
Use only ripe fruit (not overripe
for best flavor,
DO NOT puree fruit. Crush with a
or food processor,
should have bits of fruit in it.
3 t/2 cups.
Be sure to measure
stems, seeds, or pits from
fruit before crushing.
use the Timer for
in the Jam Cycle.
Paddle in position,
fruit to Bread Pan.
insert Bread Pan into Oven Case.
Press START, The machine
before any movement
occurs. After pre-heating,
the jam wil! heat and mix for approxi-
mately 50 minutes, then coot for an
wil! beep when the cycle is complete.
mitts to remove Bread Pan. L_'_'_J
Pour hot jam into a heat-proof
Leave i/2 inch of space at top
Cover tightly to store. Jam will thicken