Instruction/ maintenance manual of the product 18036 Russell Hobbs
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2 window handle drive vent s handle vent s hinges element 3:20 size crust colour small medium large light medium dark display loaf tin handle shaft paddle size crust colour start stop T timer .
3 Read the ins truc tions, keep the m safe, pass them o n if you pass the brea dmaker on. Remove all pa ckaging, bu t keep it till you kn ow the breadmaker work s. A IMPO RT ANT SAFE GUARDS Follow basic s afet y precautio ns, including: 1 Thi s app li anc e can be u sed b y chi ld ren ag ed from 8 y ea rs and abo ve a nd perso ns wi th r educ ed ph ys ica l, se nso r y or men tal capa bil it ies o r lac k of exper ienc e a nd know ledge i f the y ha v e been s upervised/i nst ructed an d unde rstand t he h azard s in v olv ed.
4 C PREP ARA TION 1 0 Sit the brea dmaker on a stab le, level, heat-resist ant surfa ce. 1 1 Don’t p lug it in yet. 1 2 Op en the lid. 1 3 Grip th e loaf tin handle an d pull the loaf tin u p and out of the brea dmaker . 1 4 Fit the pa ddle to the shaf t in the bot tom of the lo af tin.
5 28 T hey’re normally a dded later, during the second k neading . 29 T he breadmaker wi ll give a long be ep when it want s them. , The bee p comes about 22 m inutes af ter the star t of prog rams 1 (basic) and 5 (sweet), but 4 7 minutes af ter the st art of p rogram 3 (wholew heat) , to allow for 30 minu tes preheating.
6 C USING T HE TIMER 45 Using the time r is optional – if you do n’t want to use it, jump to po int 5 1 . 46 Y ou may use the timer to se t the ﬁnishing time up to 1 3 hours ahe ad (including the re cipe ti m e). 4 7 The tim er only work s with the b asic, French, wholew heat, and swe et programs .
7 C HA VE A LOOK / GIV E IT A STIR 56 Have a look at the d ough (through the wind ow ) af ter abou t 30 minutes of knea ding. 57 If you sp ot any unincorporate d ingredient s round the walls of th e loaf tin, use a so ft sp atula to ease them away fro m the walls, and into the do ugh.
8 83 I f the paddle has com e oﬀ with the brea d: a) use somethin g blunt, to avoid scratching the no n-stick sur faces of t he paddle b) use some thing slim, to avoid digging a ho le in the bread c) a woo den kebab, ice loll y , or cockt ail stick will do nicel y d) t urn the bread upsid e down (with the oven gloves ) e) ge ntly ease the pad dle out with the s tick 84 For b est results , let the brea d sit for 20 -3 0 minutes to ﬁrm up a nd dr y out befo re cutting .
9 gluten free Gluten f ree bread use s other substan ces to give the dough elas ticity an d bounce. Gluten f ree loaves tend to be d enser and coars er than bread mad e with stron g ﬂour . Our baker p refers Ju vela ® (ww w.juvela.co.uk) gluten -free b read mix – N.
10 low fat spread Don’t us e low fat spread. N ever mind what the manuf acture r says, it ’ s design ed for sprea ding, not for coo king. It ’s “low fat ” , wh ere the recip e needs “ fat ” . It ’s also likely to be full o f the additives , E-numb ers and other gun ge we’ve so far manag ed to avoid.
11 C POWE R CUT S 1 If you su ﬀer from a p ower cut lasting less th an 7 minutes, the brea dmaker will carr y on whe n power is res tored, and the p rogram time wi ll be ex tended by th e duration of the p ower cut. 2 I f the power cut is more t han 7 minutes, the pro gram will fail – unp lug the breadmaker, let it cool down , then empt y the loaf tin, d ispose of the ingr edients, cl ean it, and st art a gain.
12 3 Measure ever y thing with the s ame set of m easuring spoo ns. 4 Weighing water (1 g = 1 ml) is more accur ate than using a measuring jug . 5 Drie d milk should b e dried sk immed milk . 6 Use new , unop ened, s achets of dr ied yeast – che ck the “best b efore” d ates.
13 basic (whi te bread) i (50 0 g) j (75 0 g) k (1k g ) 1 water 1 90g 260g 360 g 2 olive oil 1 tbsp 1 tbsp + 1 tsp 2 tbsp 3 salt 1 tsp 1 ½ tsp 2 tsp 4 sugar 1 tbsp 1 tbsp + 1 tsp 2 tbsp 5 dried m ilk powder 1 tbsp 1 ½ tbsp 2 tbsp 6 stron g white ﬂour 350g 500 g 650g 7 yeast 1 ½ tsp 1 ¼ t sp 2 tsp Fre n ch i (50 0 g) j (75 0 g) k (1k g ) 1 water 200 g 300 g 40 0g 2 salt 1 tsp 1 ½ tsp 2 tsp 3 stron g white ﬂour 360 g 545g 725g 4 yeast 1 tsp 1 ½ tsp 1 sache t wholewheat i (50 0 g) j (75 0 g) k (1k g ) 1 water 200 g 300 g 40 0g 2 olive oil 1 tbsp 1 tbsp 2 tbsp 3 salt ¾ tsp 1 ¼ t sp 2 tsp 4 sugar 2 tsp 1 tbsp 1 ½ tbsp 5 dried m ilk powder 1 tbsp 1 ½ tbsp 2 tbsp 6 stron g wholewhe at ﬂour 1 50g 220g 300 g 7 stron g white ﬂour 1 50g 220g 300 g 8 yeast ½ tsp ¾ tsp 1 tsp ca ke ( mixed f ruit cake) 1 lemo n juice 1 tsp 2 egg -small 2 3 vanilla ex tra ct ¼ tsp 4 but ter , melted 50g 5 mixed dri ed fruit (soaked ) 1 75g 6 plain ﬂo ur 250g 7 sugar 1 50 g 8 cinnamon ¼ tsp 9 nutme g ¼ tsp 1 0 bak ing powder 2 tsp 1 1 br andy (optional) a dash If the bu tter isn’t me lted, the recip e won’t work .
14 dough (p iz z a) 1 water 250g 2 olive oil 1 tbsp 3 salt 1 tsp 4 sugar 2 tbsp 5 stron g white ﬂour 40 0g 6 yeast 1 tsp 7 mixed he rbs 1 tsp Remove fro m the loaf tin, work i nto a ball on a ﬂoured sur fa ce , then l eav e to rest un der a clean cloth for ab out 1 5 minutes.
15 notes fas tba ke 2 1 water 40 0g 2 olive oil 2 tbsp 3 salt 2 tsp 4 sugar 2 tbsp 5 stron g white ﬂour 630g 6 dried m ilk powder 2 tbsp 7 yeast 1 sache t specialit y ( malt loaf ) .
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