Kompernass Bifinett KH 2231 Automatic Bread Maker
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|asdermun||8:30am on Friday, October 15th, 2010|
|I am bad at visualing sizes from product descriptions, so this was a little larger than I was expecting. Having said that.|
|Peggi||2:33pm on Friday, October 8th, 2010|
|Twice a week with the Cuisinart CBK-200 Bread Maker for over a year now and he is very happy with his purchase.|
|altu||7:04pm on Friday, September 10th, 2010|
|I understand some of the reviews from other persons where they had issues with the quality of their finished product.|
|EdwardM||10:17am on Sunday, August 29th, 2010|
|makes bread This is my first and only bread machine I have used. It is a refurbished Cusinart given to me for Christmas. it broke then we fixed it This is my first and only bread machine I have used. It is a refurbished Cusinart given to me for Christmas. From a happy breadmaker I have owned the Cuisinart Convection Bread Maker CBK-200 for about two years and make bread at least two or three times a wee...|
|tegmine||7:45am on Saturday, August 14th, 2010|
|I have been very disappointed in this product and am seriosly considering returning it. The machine arrived broken. I had an awful time getting it replaced. Finally had to get into contact with Cuisnart to get it replaced. tHIS BREADMAKER COULD NOT BE PROGRAMMED , I FOUND IT TO BE CHEAPLY MADE, THE BREAD PAN WAS ALMOST IMPOSSIBLE TO REMOVE, i WOULD NOT RECOMMMEND IT!|
|pitr||1:12am on Monday, June 28th, 2010|
|I found the settings need less tweaking for breads that need to rise. I had a lot of fun using this product. no rating less than 1 star turns on burns bread.crust as hard as a brick.returned to manufacturer ,after getting rma, 3 weeks.|
|madanshah16||4:29am on Thursday, June 24th, 2010|
|always burns the crust! Everything about this bread maker is great except that it always burns the crust!! The rest of the bread is delicious still.|
|sureluvmyspam||9:21am on Monday, May 24th, 2010|
|Perfect bread everytime, just load it up and it does the rest. Virtually no cleanup required Fresh bread is addictive|
|arcicivitavecchia||10:53pm on Tuesday, April 27th, 2010|
|This is my first bread maker. Before even taking the machine out of its box, I read all the instructive, and I felt it wasn´t an easy thing to do. I have used breadmakers (several loaves a week) for 17 years and this is the worst.|
|bctray||3:49am on Wednesday, March 24th, 2010|
|When the Bread Maker arrived it was damaged. I contacted Customer Service and could not have received better service. Machine works great. Recipe book that comes with it has a great variety of breads. Including Low Carb and No Glueten receipes. I love my Cuisinart Bread Maker!! It is simple and easy to use and the number of cycles to choose from is terrific.|
|kresimir||7:31am on Sunday, March 21st, 2010|
|Makes good bread - we have made 2 - first crust was a little dark but the light crust setting worked bette.|
|boscopup||8:51am on Wednesday, March 17th, 2010|
|Having used breadmakers for years, my first whole grain attempt (using their recipe) caused the pan to continually pop out of the clips. Easy to use and color matches my stainless steel appliances Simple Settings, Consistency, Delicious Bread|
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Automatic Bread Maker
1 Top view of the appliance....Accessories....Proper use of the appliance...Important information for your safety..Before the first time use...Features....Control panel....Baking methods...Setting the Timer...Before baking....Baking bread....Cleaning and maintenance...About ingredients....Baking tips....Table of programming sequences...FAQs/ Troubleshooting...Technical data....Warranty & Service....Disposal....23 20.Bread recipes....24
To know your bread machine better, please read the operating instructions carefully. Keep the instructions booklet in a safe place for ready reference and for handing it over to a possible new owner. 3
Top view of the appliance
Appliance lid Control panel Power switch (on the rear of the appliance) Power cord and plug Lid handle See-through window Steam vents This symbol on the lid of your bread maker is to caution users against burns. Note: The main power switch is placed on the backside of the appliance.
Baking moulds (2) Measuring cup (1) Measuring spoon (1) Kneading paddles (2) Operating instructions (1)
Tip: You can order an extra large baking mould for your Bifinett Automatic Bread Maker to bake breads up to 2,5 lb g. Use the enclosed form for placing an order.
Proper use of the appliance
Do not use the bread machine in the outdoors. Use accessories recommended by the manufacturer only. Accessories not recommended may cause damage to the appliance.
Use your Bifinett Automatic Bread Maker only for baking bread for home use. Do not use the appliance for drying foodstuffs or other objects.
Important information for your safety
Place the extension cable in such a way as to prevent anyone from tripping over it or pulling it accidentally.
After unpacking, check the bread machine for any damage during transportation. In the event of damages, contact the supplier. Do not place the appliance near a gas burner, electric stove or other sources of heat. Do not place the appliance near any inflammable materials, explosive and/or self-igniting gases. Before connecting to mains, make sure that the power supply and the voltage match with the ratings specified on the appliance label. Do not draw the power cord over sharp edges or close to hot surfaces or objects.This may damage the insulation of the power cord. To prevent anyone from tripping over, the appliance is provided with a short power cord. If you plan to use an extension cable, make sure that the maximum permissible power rating of the cable corresponds with that of the bread maker.
Check the condition of the power cord and plug frequently. If the connecting cable of the appliance is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer, his customer service or by a qualified technician so as to prevent hazards. Children using electrical appliances or standing close to them may be allowed only under the supervision of an adult. This appliance complies with the normal safety regulations.Inspection, repairs and technical maintenance may be carried out only by a qualified technician. Do not place any objects on the appliance and do not cover it during operation. Fire Hazard! Keep the air vent free to allow vapours to escape.
Caution: The bread maker becomes very hot during operation. Only touch the handles and touch buttons of the appliance. If necessary, use a kitchen cloth. Before taking out the accessories or inserting them, allow the appliance to cool down and unplug the power cord. Do not move the bread maker from its location, if hot or liquid contents are still inside the baking moulds. Avoid contact with the rotating kneading paddles during operation.Injury hazard! To disconnect, switch the appliance off (switch is on the rear side of the appliance) and unplug the power cord. Do not pull at the cable but pull out the plug from the socket. When not in use or before cleaning the appliance, unplug the power cord as a safety measure. Do not use the bread maker to store cooked food or other utensils inside.
Before the First Use
Disposing the packaging material Unpack your appliance and dispose of the packaging material in accordance with the prevailing regulations. Initial cleaning Before starting to use the appliance, wipe the baking moulds, kneading paddles and outer surface of the bread maker with a clean and slightly wet cloth. Do not use any abrasive scrubbers or cleaning powders. Remove the protective film on the control panel.
Never dip the bread machine in water or other liquids. Hazard of lethal electrical shocks! Do not clean the appliance with abrasive scrubbers. Detached particles of the scrubber may come into contact with the electrical components and cause severe electrical shocks.
You can use the automatic bread maker to bake according to your taste. Both the baking moulds allow you to bake 2 loaves of bread weighing 1.0 lb each. You can select any of the 10 different baking methods You can use ready-to-use baking mixtures. You can knead dough for buns and noodles and also prepare marmalades.
Note: When the appliance is switched on, the presetting is at 2.5 lb. Do not change this setting when using 2 baking moulds. Only select the weight when using the large baking mould. Pilot light This indicates that the appliance is in operation. Start/Stop Switch for starting and ending the operation or for erasing the timer programming. Note: Do not press the Start/Stop key, if you wish to only check the condition of the bread. Menu For the desired Programme. You can read the programme number and the time required for the selected programme on the display panel. Important: When pressing any touch button you must hear a beep. Memory function In case of a power failure less than 10 minutes, the programme will continue from the same setting on restoration of power. However, this is not applicable, if the Start/Stop key is activated for interrupting the baking operation. See-through window You can watch the baking operation through this window.
Display Display for - the selected programme number - the selected colour - the remaining baking time in minutes - the programmed time setting - the programme sequence. Timer for changing the baking times. Colour Use this to determine the degree of browning for your bread or to activate the function Rapid in the programmes 1 - 3. One pan mode You can select the weights for baking different sizes of bread loaves.( 1.5 lb / 2.0 lb / 2.5 lb). For this, you need the large baking moul available as accessory.
Note that in this Programme the bread is less fluffy and may not be so tasty. Baking programme 6: Dough (kneading) For preparing the yeast dough for buns, pizza or plaits. In this programme no baking is done. Programme 7: Pasta For preparing noodle dough. In this programme no baking is done. Baking Programme 8: Buttermilk For breads made with buttermilk or curds. Programme 9: Jam For preparing marmalades. Programme 10: Bake For re-baking breads if they are too light or not well baked. In this Programme there is no kneading or resting. The bread will be warm for nearly an hour after the end of the baking operation. This prevents it from becoming messy. To end this function, switch the appliance off or disconnect from the mains. Note You can simultaneously bake - two different varieties of bread using the same Programme, - two loaves of the same variety or - only a single loaf (in this case place the second baking mould without the kneading paddles inside the appliance).
Using the key Menu, select the desired programme. The corresponding programme number will be displayed in the display field. The baking time depends on the selected programme combinations. For this, refer to the table "Programme sequence" in Section 15 Baking programme 1: Regular For white and mixed breads made mainly out of wheat or rye flour.The bread has a compact consistency. You can set the degree of browning for the bread using the key Colour. Baking programme 2: French For light breads made from fine flour. Normally the bread is fluffy and has a crispy crust. This is not suitable for baking recipes requiring butter, margarine or milk. Baking programme 3: Whole-Wheat For breads with heavy varieties of flour that require a longer phase of kneading and rising (for example, whole wheat flour and rye flour). The bread will be more compact and heavy. Baking programme 4: Sweet For breads with additives such as fruit juices, grated coconut, raisins, dry fruits, chocolate or added sugar. Due to a longer phase of rising the bread will be light and airy. Baking programme 5: Super-Rapid The baking operation takes only half the normal time. For this programme, however, use only such recipes that do not contain any heavy ingredients or heavy varieties of flour.
In the case of Programmes 1, 3 and 4 you will hear a beep as the programme is running. Soon thereafter, add the ingredients such as fruits or nuts. The kneading paddles will not crush the ingredients. If you have set the timer, you can put various ingredients into the baking mould even at the beginning of the programme. In this case, however, fruits and nuts should be cut into smaller pieces.
Setting the timer
The colon symbol in the display field starts to blink and the countdown for the programmed time begins to run. On completion of the baking operation, a beep can be heard and the display will show 0:00. Example: It is 9.30 hrs and you wish to have fresh bread after 8 hours and 30 minutes, that is to say, at 18:00 hrs. First, select the Programme and press the Timer key till you see 8:30 in the display. This indicates 8 hours and 30 minutes needed. Note that the Timer function may not be available in some Programmes. (Refer to Section 11) Note Do not use the Timer function, if you are working with rapidly perishable foodstuffs like eggs, milk, cream or cheese.
The Timer function enables you to bake bread while you attend to other work. Using the arrow keys and , set the desired end time for the baking operation. Select a Programme. The display shows the required baking time. Using the arrow key you can change the end time of baking operation in steps of 10 minutes to a later point of time. Keep the arrow key pressed to carry out this function faster. The display shows the total duration of baking time and the delayed time. If you overshoot while changing the time, you can correct it using the arrow key. Confirm the Timer setting using the ON/OFF key.
10 Before baking
In order to achieve successful results with your baking efforts, please consider the following factors: Ingredients Before you fill in the ingredients, remove the baking mould from the casing. If bits of ingredients are dropped inside the baking area, they may start burning due to excess heat in the heating coils. Always, put the ingredients inside the baking mould in the specified sequence. All ingredients should be brought to room temperature in order to achieve optimum fermentation of yeast. Measure the ingredients precisely. Even negligible deviations from the quantities specified in the recipe may affect the baking results. Never use larger quantities than those specified. Too much dough can flow over the baking mould and cause fire in the heating coils.
Mount the kneading paddles on the drive shaft inside the baking mould. Make sure that it is fixed properly. Put the ingredients for your recipe into the baking mould in the specified sequence. First put the liquids, and then add flour, sugar and salt. Add the yeast at the end.
Note Make sure that yeast does not come into contact with salt or liquids. 4. Place the baking mould inside the appliance. Make sure that it is positioned properly. Close the lid. Insert the plug into the power sokket and switch the appliance on by using the main power switch on the backside of the appliance. You will hear a beep and the display shows the programme number and the duration for the normal programme 1. Using the Menu key, select your programme. Every input is acknowledged with a beep. Select the colour for your bread. The display shows the marking lines, if you have set the range of light, medium or dark baking.
11 Baking bread
Preparation Follow the safety notes given in Section 4 of this manual. Place the bread machine on an even and firm base. 1. Take out the baking mould from the appliance in the upward direction.
Here you can also select the function "Rapid" to minimize the baking operation. Note This function is not possible for Programmes 4-10.
If you wish you can set the end point of your programme now using the Timer function. You can adjust the time up to 14 hours and 55 minutes.
Note This function is not possible for Programmes 5, 6, 7, 9 and 10. 10. Using the key "One pan mode", select the weight of your bread. This setting is possible only when you use the large baking mould available as accessory. When you use the small baking moulds, leave the weight setting at 2.5 lb (standard setting), no matter if you are baking one or two breads. Note This function is not possible for Programmes 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10. Starting a Programme Use the Start/Stop key to start the programme. The programme will automatically run various operations. You can watch the programme sequence through the window provided on your Automatic Bread Maker. Sometimes there may be formation of water vapour on the see-through window during the baking operation. You can open the lid during the kneading phase. Note Do not open the lid during the baking phase. If you do so, the bread may collapse.
Tip: After a kneading phase of 5 minutes check the consistency of the dough. It should have the consistency of a soft adhesive mass. If it is too dry, add some liquid to it. if it is too moist, add some flour (as the case may be, once or several times1/2 - 1 teaspoonful). Ending a programme At the end of a programme, the appliance is automatically switched over to a stand-by mode to keep the items warm for 60 minutes. In this mode, warm air circulates inside the appliance. You can stop the warming function at any time by pressing the Start/Stop key till you hear a beep. Warning! Before opening the appliance lid, switch the appliance off and unplug the power cord. If not in use, the appliance should always be disconnected from the power supply. Taking out the bread For taking out the baking moulds, use potholders or kitchen gloves. Hold the baking mould in a slanting position supported by a metal grill and shake it gently till the bread is released from the mould. If the bread is released from the kneading paddles, try to release the paddles with a wooden spatula or a blunt object.
Do not use any metallic objects as these may cause scratches on the non-stick coating. Rinse the baking mould with warm water immediately after taking out the bread. This prevents the kneading paddles from becoming rigid on the drive shaft. Tip: If you remove the kneading paddles before the bread rises for the last time, the bread can be released from the baking mould easily. For this, open the lid of the appliance and remove the baking mould. Apply some flour to your hands to remove the dough and then the kneading paddles. Put the dough back in its place and close the lid. Allow the bread to cool down for 15-30 minutes before you attempt to taste it. Before slicing the bread, always make sure that there are no kneading paddles in the dough. Warning! Do not attempt to start operating the appliance, before it has either cooled down or warmed up. If the display on the bread maker shows "E 01", the appliance is not sufficiently cooled down. If the display shows "E 00", the temperature is too low. Wait till the display disappears. Tip: While using the Timer function especially, make sure that yeast does not mingle with the moist ingredients. This may affect the rising of the dough.
12 Cleaning and maintenance
Warning! Do not attempt to start operating the bread maker, before it has either cooled down or warmed up. Please also read the safety instructions in Section 4 in this regard. Important The parts and accessories of the appliance should not be washed in a dish washing machine. Casing, lid and baking area: Remove all particles left behind inside the baking area using a wet cloth or a slightly wet soft sponge. Wipe the casing and the lid too with a wet cloth or sponge. Make sure that the inside area is fully dry. Baking moulds and kneading paddles: The surface of the baking moulds and the kneading paddles are provided with a non-stick coating. While cleaning, do not use any corrosive detergents, cleaning powders or objects that may cause scratches on the surface. Due to moisture and vapours the surface of various parts may undergo changes in their appearance over a period of time. This does not affect the quality or functional performance of the appliance.
Before cleaning, take out the baking moulds and the kneading paddles from the baking area. Wipe the outer surface of the baking moulds with a wet cloth. Important Never dip the baking moulds in water or any other liquids. Use warm soap water to clean the inside of the baking moulds. If hard layers of crusts have formed on the kneading paddles and are difficult to remove, fill the baking moulds with warm water and allow them to soak for about 30 minutes. If the insertion grip in the kneading paddle is blocked, use a wooden peg to carefully clean it. Do not use any chemical cleaning agents or thinners to clean the bread maker.
YEAST In the fermentation process, yeast splits the sugar and carbohydrate contained in the dough and converts them into carbon dioxide, which causes the dough to rise. Yeast is available in different forms: as dry yeast, as fresh yeast or as fast fermenting yeast. We recommend using dry yeast for the Automatic Bread Maker to obtain the best results. When using fresh yeast instead of dry yeast, follow the instructions given on the package. Normally, 1 packet of dry yeast corresponds to 25g of fresh yeast. Always store yeast in the refrigerator, as heat decomposes it. Before use, check the expiry date. After opening the pakket, unused yeast should be carefully wrapped again and stored in the refrigerator Note: For recipes suggested in this instructions manual, we recommend the use of dry yeast.
13 About ingredients
FLOUR Most of the commercially available varieties of flour such as wheat or rye flour are suitable for baking (Type 405-1150). You can also use ready-to-use bread baking mixtures. Programmes 1 and 2 are ideal for adding small proportions (10-20%) of grains or bruised grain. In case of larger proportions of whole meal (70-95%) use programme 3.
SUGAR Sugar has the decisive influence on the degree of browning and taste of the bread. For the recipes in this manual of instructions, it is necessary to use crystallized sugar. Do not use powdered sugar, unless it is expressly specified. Sweeteners are not suitable as alternatives to sugar. SALT Salt is an important ingredient for taste as well as for the degree of browning of the bread. Salt also has an inhibiting effect on the fermenting of the yeast. Therefore, do not exceed the quantity of salt specified in the recipes. In case of dietary restrictions salt can be omitted. In such cases, the dough may rise faster than normal. LIQUIDS Liquids like milk, water or milk powder dissolved in water can be used for making bread. Milk adds to the taste of the bread and softens the crust, whereas pure water gives a crispy crust. In some recipes, the use of fruit juices is indicated in order to give a particular flavour to the bread. EGGS Eggs enrich the bread and provide a soft structure to it. Use eggs while baking according recipes given in this instructions manual for large sized breads.
FATS: BAKING FAT, BUTTER OR OIL Baking fats, butter and oil make the yeast containing bread mellow. The unique form of crust and structure in breads according to French style is due to its fat-free ingredients. However, bread stays fresh longer if fat has been used in its processing. If you use butter directly from the refrigerator, cut it into small bits to optimise mixing with the dough during the kneading phase. MEASURING THE INGREDIENTS Along with our Automatic Bread Maker, you will receive the following measuring cups, which make the task of measuring the ingredients easier for you: 1 Measuring cup with quantity level markings 1 Large measuring spoon corresponding to one tablespoon (TBSP) 1 Small measuring spoon corresponding to one teaspoon (TSP) Place the measuring cups on an even surface. Make sure that the quantities reach the measuring lines correctly. While measuring dry ingredients, make sure that the measuring cup is dry. All quantity specifications for TBSP/ TSP refer to the lines on the measuring spoon.
Slicing and storing the bread You can achieve the best results, if you place the freshly baked bread on a grill before slicing it and allow it to cool down for 15 to 30 minutes. Use a bread slicing machine or a toothed knife to slice the bread. Unconsumed bread can be stored at room temperature for up to 3 days in suitable plastic bags or containers. If you wish to store the bread for longer periods (up to 1 month), you should freeze it. Since homemade bread does not contain preservatives, it gets spoilt faster than the commercially manufactured bread.
Baking in different climatic regions In areas located at higher altitudes, the lower atmospheric pressure causes yeast to ferment faster. Hence, less amount of yeast is required here. In dry regions, the flour will be drier and requires more liquids. In humid regions, the flour will be more moist and thus absorbs less amount of liquids. In such areas, more flour is required. Ready-to-use baking mixtures You can also use ready-to-use baking mixtures with this Automatic Bread Maker. Follow the manufacturers instructions on the package. The following table provides you the examples of conversion for some of the baking mixtures. For the small baking mould use 2/3 of the quantity that is required for a 750g bread.
Varieties of bread
Baking mixture for a 750 g bread 500 g baking mixture 300 ml water 500 g baking mixture 320 ml water 500 g baking mixture 340 ml water
Baking mixture for a 500 g bread (small baking mould) 330 g baking mixture 200 ml water 330 g baking mixture 213 ml water 330 g baking mixture 226 ml water
Whole meal bread
Note: A large baking mould for breads up to 1250 g is available as accessory. Use the enclosed form for placing an order.
15 Table of programming sequences
Time plan for the Programme phases Programme Programme 1
Size (lb) Colour Total duration (hrs) Preheat Knead 1 (min) Rest (min) Knead 2 (min) Rise 1 (min) Mixing the dough (s) Rise 2 (min) Light 3:approx. approx. 60 14:53 2:51
1.5 lb (One pan mode) Medium 3:Dark 3:Rapid 2:approx. approx. 60 14:57 1:50 Light 3:39 10
2.0 lb (O
approx. approx. 15 15
approx. approx. 60 14:58 2:56
Shaping the dough (s) Rise 3 (min)
approx. approx. 14:53 2:60 14:53 2:51
Bake (min) Keep warm (min) Set time (hrs) Additional time (hrs)
Programme 1 Regular
n mode) Rapid 2:approx. approx. 60 14:57 1:50 Light 3:39 10
2.0 lb (One pan mode) Medium Dark 3:3:Rapid 2:Light 3:approx. approx. 60 14:55 3:03
2.5 lb Medium Dark 3:3:Rapid 2:15 10
approx. approx. approx. 15 10
approx. approx. approx. 60 14:58 2:60 14:58 2:60 14:57 1:55
approx. approx. approx. 60 14:55 3:60 14:55 3:60 14:57 2:02
Size (lb) Colour Total duration (hrs) Preheat Knead 1 (min) Rest (min) Knead 2 (min) Rise 1 (min) Knead 3 (s) Rise 2 (min) Shaping the dough (s) Rise 3 (min) Bake (min) Keep warm (min) Set time (hrs) Additional time (rsh)
2.0 medium 3:fast 2:15 10
2.0 medium 3:10 fast 2:10
2.0 3:39 10
2.5 1:60 -
approx. 30approx. 15approx. 25approx. 10approx. 10 5
approx. 59approx. 38approx. 44approx. 34approx. 60 14:60 14:60 14:55 3:60 14:50 2:60 14:52 3:00
Can the baking moulds be washed in a dishwasher?
What happens if the finished bread is left inside the bread maker?
Why has the dough been kneaded only partially?
Check that the kneading paddles and baking moulds are positioned properly Also check the consistency of the dough and add 11/2 to 1 TBSP of liquids or flour, one or more times after kneading. For ready-to-use baking mixtures: the quantity of ready-to-use baking mixture and the ingredients is not based on the capacity of the small baking moulds (500 g). Reduce the quantities of the ingredients as described in Section 14. The yeast used was too old or no yeast has been added. You will hear a beep, when you are expected to add the ingredients. If you add these ingredients to the dough in the beginning itself, the nuts or fruit may get crushed at the time of kneading.
Why hasn't the bread risen?
When should I add nuts and fruits to the dough?
The baked bread is too moist.
Check the dough consistency 5 minutes after beginning of the kneading operation and add1/2 to 1 TBSP of liquid or flour, if necessary. You may have used too much yeast.
There are air bubbles on the surface of the bread. The added raisins get crushed in the appliance.
To prevent ingredients such as fruits or nuts from being crushed, add these to the dough only after you hear the beep. Check the consistency of the dough If too dry, the dough will not hold the raisins. The bread may be rising too fast. To prevent this, reduce the water quantity and / or increase the quantity of salt and / or reduce the quantity of yeast. You can use other recipes, but follow the specified quantities. Get to know your appliance well and the recipes given here, before you try out your own recipes. Never exceed flour quantity of 350 g. Adjust the quantities of your recipes to the quantities specified for the recipes given in this booklet.
The bread rises but collapses later. Can other recipes be used?
Why do different breads vary in their size and weight?
Whole wheat flour and rye flour are heavier than all-purpose white flour; so, bread made of these flours rise less during baking. Grains and nuts also make them dense and suppress the size.
17 Technical Data
Model Maker Power supply Power consumption Dimensons Weight KH 2231 230V~50Hz 850 Watt 29.5 x 23.5 x 39.g bifinett Automatic Bread
18 Warranty & Service
The warranty conditions and service address can be found in the enclosed warranty slip.
Never throw the Automatic Bread Maker into the normal household waste. Enquire with local authorities about the method of environment-friendly and safe disposal.
20 Recipes for one bread (1.5 lb) Programme 1 Regular
Wheat Bread 200 ml Water 7g Sugar 5g Salt 50g Sunflower seeds 12g Butter 170g Wheat flour Type 550 85g Wheat flour Type 1050 85g Rye flour Type 1150 4g Dry yeast Regular White Bread 180 ml Water 4 Tsp Oil 4 Tsp Sugar 1 Tsp Salt 315 g Wheat flour Type 405 1,5 Tsp Dry yeast Onion Bread 180 ml Water 4 Tsp Oil 2 Tbsp Instant-onion soup 1 Tsp Sugar 1 Tsp Salt 315 g Wheat flour Type 405 1,5 Tsp Dry yeast Rye Bread 180 ml Water 4 Tsp Oil 2 Tsp Caraway seeds 4 Tsp Brown sugar 1 Tsp Salt 210 g Wheat flour Type g Dark rye flour Type 1150 1,5 Tsp Dry yeast
Programme 2 French
French White Bread 210 ml Water 1,5 Tbsp Oil 1,5 Tsp Salt 1 Tbsp Sugar 350g Wheat flour Type 405 0,25 Tsp Dry yeast Fine White Bread 210 ml Lukewarm milk 30 g Mellow butter 1,5 Tsp Salt 0,5 Tsp Sugar 340 g Wheat flour Type 405 1,5 Tsp Dry yeast
Programme 3 Whole-Wheat
Wheat Bread 260g Milk 7g Salt 9g Sugar 20 g Butter 340g Wheat flour Type 1050 2g Dry yeast Wheat Bread 350 ml Water 4 Tbsp Oil 1-2 Tsp Salt 400 g Fine shredded wheat 100 g Wheat flour Type 1050 2TL Dry yeast
Sweet Raisin Bread 120 ml Water 1 Egg 4 Tbsp Oil 4 Tbsp Sugar 1 Tsp Salt 315 g Wheat flour Type g Raisins 1,5 Tsp Dry yeast Whole-Wheat Bread 180 ml Water 2 El oil 2 Tbsp brauner Sugar 1 Tsp Salt 281 g Whole-wheat flour 1,5 Tsp Dry yeast
Programme 4 Sweet
Raisins-Nuts-Cinnamon-Bread 180ml Water 4 Tsp Oil 0,5 Tsp Cinnamon 2 Tsp Brown sugar 1 Tsp Salt 315 g Wheat flour Type g Raisins 45 g Chopped nuts 1,5 Tsp Dry yeast Holiday Bread 60 ml Water 120 ml Milk 1 Tbsp Oil 1,5 Tsp Salt 3 Tbsp Sugar 315 g Wheat flour Type g Chopped walnuts 55 g Candied fruits 1,5 Tsp Dry yeast Sweet Bread 210 ml Milk 1,5 Tbsp Oil 1,5 Tsp Salt 3 Tbsp Sugar 350g Wheat flour Type 405 0,25 Tsp Dry yeast Raisin-Bread 120 g Lukewarm milk 30 g Melted butter 1 Egg 50 g Sugar 1 Pinch salt 300 g Wheat flour Type 405 1,5 Tsp Dry yeast 50 g Raisins
Oatmeal-Bread 180 ml Water 2 Tbsp Oil 2 Tbsp Brown sugar 0,5 Tsp Salt 105 g Wheat flour Type g Whole-wheat flour 85 g Oatmeal 2,25 Tsp Dry yeast Pumpernickel-Bread 180 ml Water 1 Tbsp Oil 2 Tbsp Brown sugar 1 Tsp Salt 30 g Dark rye flour Type g Whole-wheat flour 190 g Wheat flour Type Tsp Unsweetened cocoa 1 Tsp Instant-coffee 1,5 Tsp Dry yeast
Programme 5 Super-Rapid
Express White Bread 180 ml Water 4 Tbsp Oil 4 Tbsp Sugar 1 Tsp Salt 315 g Wheat flour Type Tsp Dry yeast Express White Bread 200 ml Water 4g Salt 3g Sugar 100g Durum wheat semolina 230g Flour Type 550 1,2 g Dry yeast Quick Bread 225 ml Water 1 Tsp Salt 1 Tbsp Sugar 350 g Flour (Type 204) 1,5 Tsp Dry yeast
Programme 7 Pasta
Dough for Noodles 180 ml Water 1 Tbsp Oil 1 Tsp Salt 280 g Wheat flour Type 405
Programme 8 Buttermilk
Buttermilk-Bread 225 ml Buttermilk 1,5 Tbsp Margarine or butter 1 Tsp Salt 2 Tbsp Sugar 400 g Wheat flour Type 405 0,75 Tsp Dry yeast Buttermilk-Bread 160 ml Buttermilk 1 Tsp Salt 1 Tbsp Sugar 280 g Wheat flour 0,5 Tsp Dry yeast Buttermilk-Bread 220 ml Buttermilk 30 g Low fat durd cheese 1 Tbsp Sun flower oil (10 g) 40 g Wheat corns (soaked in water for one day) 1,5 Tsp Salt (15g) 0,5 Tsp Sugar 80 g Whole-wheat shred 30 g Oatmeal 200 g Wheat flour Type 405 1,5 Tsp Dry yeast
Programme 6 Dough
Dough for Pizza (fr 2 Pizzas) 150 ml Water 2 Tsp Oil 0,75 Tsp Salt 0,5 Tsp Sugar 300 g Wheat flour Type 405 1,25 Tsp Dry yeast Dough for Baps 160 ml Milk 1 Tbsp Oil 1 Tsp Salt 1 Tbsp Sugar 280g Wheat flour Type 405 0,5 Tsp Dry yeast
Programme 9 Jam
Put any fruits and jellifying sugar at a ratio of 2:1 in the baking mould. Maximum quantities: 500 g fruits (cut in pieces) 250 g jellifying sugar Suitable fruits are strawberries, raspberries or other kinds of berries, apricots, oranges, cherries etc. Tip: Adding one teaspoon of lemon juice gives your jam a special flavour. Fill the hot and fluid jam in preserving glasses. Close the glasses and place them on the lid. This way you can be sure your jam is vacuum sealed. Note: The jam will be hard when it gets cool.
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