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Making Dough And Baking Bread - Kenmore 48487 Owner's Manual

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Step 1. Remove Bread Pan
Open Lid and remove
Bread Pan,
Using the Bread Pan Handle,
lift Bread
Pan straight out of the machine.
Step 2. Position
Kneading
Paddle
"
Position Kneading
Paddle on Drive
Shaft.
Match the flat side of the Drive
Shaft to the flat part of the hole in the
Kneading
Paddle,
Be sure the paddie
is in place, although
the fit may seem
slightly loose.
Step 3. Place ingredients into Bread
Pan
Place ingredients
into Bread Pan. For
best results, add all liquid ingredients
first; then, beginning
with salt, add all
dry ingredients
EXCEPT
yeast.
Step 4. Add yeast
Yeast can be the "make or break"
ingredient
in your recipe.
Follow these
simple steps and you shouldn't
have
any yeast problems
in baking.
Yeast is always the last ingredient
to go
in the Bread Pan, Make a shallow well
in the direct center of the dry mixture
sitting in the pan; no deeper than the
first joint of your index finger,
Double check that the yeast is not
past the date code on its envelope
or
label. Add the called-for measure
of
yeast directly into the shallow
welt you
made ifi the Bread Pan,
Always
be sure to keep yeast from
water/liquids
and salt.
Premature
mix-
ing with either of these two ingredients
will have a dramatic
effect on the
yeast, Keep yeast away from liquids
(or it will start to activate
immediately)
and salt (or it may not activate
at all).
For more details, see "Trouble-
shooting"
at the end of this manual,
Always follow proper ingredient order--
especially on delay bake preparations.
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Step 5. insert Bread Pan into Oven
Case i
Place Bread Pan into Oven Case.
(See "INSERTING
AND REMOVING
BREAD
PAN.") Close lid and plug
Breadmaker
into a 120V wall outlet.
Once plugged
in, the Breadmaker
dis-
play window
automatically
opens to
Basic White Bread, 2 lb., Medium
Crust.
.. ..........
Step 6' Select Bread Cycle GELECT" _
..........
Press the SELECT button to
choose the bread cycle you would like.
Beginning with Basic (white), the selec.
tot will move through the types of bread
settings in the following order:
Basic (white)
Whole Wheat
Fruit and Nut (sweet)
French*
Cake/Batter
Bread
Jam
Pizza Dough
Bread Dough
Bake Only
*The French cycle is for breads with
crisper crusts, especially
those that
are lowest in sweeteners,
such as
French and italian breads,
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Press the LOAF button to
choose the size loaf you want to bake,
You may either choose a 2 Ib. or 1,5 lb.
bread.
This cycle can be prompted for
48 settings.
NOTE:
LOAF control cannot be activat-
ed for: Batter Bread, Cake, Jam,
Dough, Pizza Dough, or Bake Only.
Step 8.
Select Crust Color
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Press the CRUST button to
choose light, medium, or
dark crust, You may choose crust types
on Basic White, Whole Wheal
Fruit and
Nut, and French breads only.

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