Sunday, July 12, 2009

Panasonic Bread Maker Hints & Tips

To get the best from your Panasonic Bread Maker follow the advice below:

Measure ingredients accurately-weighed measurements are more accurate than volume
measurements.Only use correct measuring utensils.
Only use fresh ingredients-check expiry dates .
Add ingredients to the bread pan in the order specified in the recipe.
Store opened ingredients in airtight containers.
Only use ingredients at room temperature in your Panasonic Bread Maker

The type of flour you use in your Panasonic Bread Maker is important.
Only use bread flour
Do not use compressed yeast.
Do not use hot water or liquids. This activates the yeast to early.
Do not use metal objects to remove .the bread from the bread pan as
this may damage the non-stick surface of the Panasonic Bread Maker pan.
Make sure any spills on the elements are wiped off before turning on the
machine.This will prevent smoking and potential damage to your Panasonic Bread Maker.
Do not use the reset timer for breads that contain perishable ingredients
such as eggs,cheese,milk,cream and meats.

Where you live can effect the results obtained from your Panasonic Bread Maker
In higher altitudes, the dough will rise faster.You may need to reduce the amount
of yeast in a recipe by 1/4 teaspoon.In a hot humid climate,the dough will rise faster.
Try reducing yeast by 1/4 teaspoon.

Open the lid of your Panasonic Bread Maker
on the kneading cycle.If the dough appears too sticky ( adhering to bread pan wall ),
add 1 tablespoon flour at a time until the dough reaches a firmer texture. If the bread
is too dry,add 1 tablespoon of water at a time,until a suitable texture is achieved.
The correct texture is a soft,smooth round ball of dough.

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