Quick Links. Table of Contents. Page 3: Important Instructions Return to the Breville be returned to the Breville customer service customer service department for examination, department. Remove your Breville Breadmaker carefully from the box. You may wish to store the packaging for future use.

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A simple, basic bread machine recipe for new or seasoned bread machine owners. Every week I make 2 — 3 loaves using different flours to give variety and we gobble it up in sandwiches and toast. But before you dive into the recipe, there are a few things to consider.

This recipe works for my machine Breville Bakers Oven. It may need some tweaking for your machine. Here are some tips to help you get great results. Every machine is different so getting to know yours is important. One of the most important things to know is what order the ingredients are added.

In my machine the liquid ingredients are added first, followed by the flour and yeast. This is what it typically looks like…. Liquid layer. Dry Layer. The machine settings will help to handle the flour varieties see note 3 below.

Flour absorbs varying amounts of liquid depending on the weather. So, while one day the dough may be perfect, the next day it may be too wet or dry see note 4 below. Whether you are using a single flour or a mix of flours, the setting chosen can have an effect on the final result. Here is a guide to what has worked for me:. Often, I will mix 2 flours together. If at any time there is some rye or wholemeal in the mix, use the wholemeal setting.

If you are in a hurry, use the rapid setting. Otherwise, the basic setting is always the best starting point. Well not just yet anyway. Once you have added the ingredients and set the machine to work, come back from time to time and check the dough. You want to see a fairly smooth ball that is a bit tacky to the touch. Too dry — add a tablespoon of water and wait for it to be mixed into the dough. If the dough is still dry, add another tablespoon.

Keep doing this until all the flour is mixed in and a smooth dough ball is achieved. Too wet — add a tablespoon of flour and wait for it to be mixed into the dough. If the dough is still too wet, add another tablespoon. When this happens, I check the dough and make adjustments as outlined above. Once you have used your machine a few times, you will also be able to pick up on when things may need tweaking. Click to see the Bread Machine I use. I would love to hear about any flour combinations you use and any other tips for ensuring each loaf is a success.

Please share in the comments below. Also, if you have any questions about using your bread machine, you can contact me here. If you are struggling with time, know-how or inspiration, it can be easier and stress free.

Let's get back to basics, enjoy the cooking experience and dish up food the family will love. Know your bread machine Every machine is different so getting to know yours is important. This is what it typically looks like… Liquid layer.

A basic recipe that can be easily adapted. Make it white, wholemeal, multigrain, rye or whatever flour mix you prefer. Author: The Klutzy Cook. You Might Also Like: No related posts. Yes you can, even if you are a klutz like me!

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