Always ensure the kneading blade is removed from the base of the baked loaf prior to slicing. Page 4. 4. • Do not place the bread maker in direct sunlight
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2BREVILLE RECOMMENDS SAFETY FIRST At Breville we are very safety conscious. We design and manufacture consumer products with the safety of you, our valued customer, foremost in mind. In addition, we ask that you exercise a degree of care when using any electrical appliance and adhere to the following precautions. IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USE AND SAVE FOR FUTURE REFERENCE Ł Remove and safely discard any packaging material and promotional labels before using the bread maker for the ˜rst time. Ł To eliminate a choking hazard for young children, remove and safely discard the protective cover ˜tted to the power plug of this bread maker. Ł Do not place the bread maker near the edge of a bench or table during operation. Ensure the surface is level, clean and free of water, ˚our and other substances. Vibration during the kneading cycles may cause the machine to move slightly. Ł Do not place this bread maker on or near a hot gas or electric burner, or where it could touch a heated oven. Position the bread maker at a minimum distance of 20cm away from walls. This will help prevent the possibility of discolouration due to radiated heat. 2 Breville Recommends Safety First 6 Components 9 Operating your Bread Maker 13 Hints & Tips for Better Bread Making 16 Care, Cleaning & Storage 18 Recipes 24 Troubleshooting Contents
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3Ł Always operate the bread maker on a stable and heat resistant surface. Do not use on a cloth-covered surface, near curtains or other ˚ammable materials. Ł Do not operate the bread maker on a sink drain board. Ł Always ensure the bread maker is properly assembled before connecting to a power outlet and operating. Follow the instructions provided in this book.Ł The bread maker is not intended to be operated by means of an external timer or separate remote control system. Ł The lid and the outer surface may get hot when the bread maker is operating. Ł The temperature of accessible surfaces may be high when the bread maker is operating. Ł Do not touch hot surfaces. Allow the bread maker to cool before cleaning any parts. Ł Steam vents are very hot during baking. Do not place anything on top of the lid. Ł Do not cover the air vents when the bread maker is in use. Ł Use oven mitts when removing the hot bread or any contents from the pan. Ł Take care when pouring jam from the bread pan as the jam will be extremely hot. Ł Do not place any ingredients directly into the baking chamber. Place ingredients into the bread pan or fruit and nut dispenser only. Ł The maximum quantities of ˚our and raising agent that may be used shall not exceed the quantities stated in the Recipes. Ł Do not pour liquids into the fruit and nut dispenser. Ł Do not place ˜ngers or hands inside the bread maker during operation. Avoid contact with moving parts. Ł Ensure the bread maker is switched off and then unplugged from the power outlet when not in use and before cleaning. Ł Do not immerse the bread pan in water. Doing so may interfere with the free movement of the drive shaft. Wash only the interior of the bread pan. Ł Do not leave the lid standing open for extended periods of time. Ł Always ensure the kneading blade is removed from the base of the baked loaf prior to slicing.
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4Ł Do not place the bread maker in direct sunlight. Colour fading and discolouration may occur when the bread maker is consistently exposed to UV light. Ł Keep the inside and outside of the bread maker clean. Follow the cleaning instructions provided in this book. IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS FOR ALL ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES Ł Fully unwind the power cord before use. Ł Connect only to 230V or 240V power outlet. Ł Do not let the power cord hang over the edge of a bench or table, touch hot surfaces or become knotted. Ł To protect against electric shock, do not immerse the power cord, power plug or bread maker in water or any other liquid, unless it is recommended in the cleaning instructions. Ł The bread maker is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the bread maker, by a person responsible for their safety. Ł Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the bread maker. Ł It is recommended to inspect the bread maker regularly. Do not use the bread maker if the power supply cord, plug, connector or bread maker becomes damaged in anyway. Ł Return the entire bread maker to the nearest authorised Breville Service Centre for examination and/or repair. Ł Any maintenance other than cleaning should be performed at an authorised Breville Service Centre. Ł This bread maker is for household use only. Do not use this bread maker for other than its intended use. Do not use in moving vehicles or boats. Do not use outdoors. Misuse may cause injury.
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5Ł The installation of a residual current device (safety switch) is recommended to provide additional safety protection when using electrical bread makers. It is advisable that a safety switch with a rated residual operating current not exceeding 30mA be installed in the electrical circuit supplying the bread maker. See your electrician for professional advice. Ł During electrical storms, the bread maker should be disconnected from the power source at the wall socket to prevent any electrical surges that may arise during the storm and which may inadvertently cause damage to the bread maker and its electronic componentry. Ł Always turn the bread maker to the OFF position, switch off at the power outlet and unplug at the power outlet when the bread maker is not in use. Ł Before cleaning, always turn the bread maker to the OFF position, switch off at the power outlet, unplug at the power outlet and remove the power cord, if detachable, from the bread maker and allow all parts to cool. Ł Do not place this bread maker on or near a heat source, such as hot plate, oven or heaters. Ł Position the bread maker at a minimum distance of 20cm away from walls, curtains and other heat or steam sensitive materials and provide adequate space above and on all sides for air circulation. CAUTION The lid and the outer surface may get hot when the bread maker is operating. The temperature of accessible surfaces may be high when the bread maker is operating. WARNING Steam vents are very hot during baking. FOR HOUSEHOLD USE ONLY SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
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6Components A. Fruit and Nut Dispenser B. Viewing Window C. Detachable Lid D. Control Panel E. Main Housing F. Base G. Bread Pan H. Kneading Blade I. Measuring Spoon J. Measuring Cup K. Kneading Blade Hook Not Shown Ł Drive Shaft Ł Non-slip Feet for Stability Ł Power Cord EDBFCAHIJKG
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8Know Your Bread Maker BREAD, DOUGH & JAM SETTINGS SETTINGS CRUST LOAF SIZETOTAL TIMEBASIC LIGHT450g3 hours 13 mins LIGHT680g3 hours 18 mins LIGHT900g3 hours 25 mins MEDIUM 450g3 hours 13 mins MEDIUM 680g3 hours 18 mins MEDIUM 900g3 hours 25 mins DARK 450g3 hours 13 mins DARK 680g3 hours 18 mins DARK 900g3 hours 25 mins RAPID450g2 hours 12 mins RAPID680g2 hours 17 mins RAPID900g2 hours 24 mins FRENCHLIGHT450g3 hours 30 mins LIGHT680g3 hours 35 mins LIGHT900g3 hours 40 mins MEDIUM 450g3 hours 30 mins MEDIUM 680g3 hours 35 mins MEDIUM 900g3 hours 40 mins DARK 450g3 hours 30 mins DARK 680g3 hours 35 mins DARK 900g3 hours 40 mins RAPID450g2 hours 30 mins RAPID680g2 hours 35 mins RAPID900g2 hours 40 mins WHOLE WHEAT LIGHT450g3 hours 45 mins LIGHT680g3 hours 50 mins LIGHT900g3 hours 55 mins MEDIUM 450g3 hours 45 mins MEDIUM 680g3 hours 50 mins MEDIUM 900g3 hours 55 mins DARK 450g3 hours 45 mins DARK 680g3 hours 50 mins DARK 900g3 hours 55 mins RAPID450g2 hours 30 mins RAPID680g2 hours 35 mins RAPID900g2 hours 40 mins SETTINGS CRUST LOAF SIZETOTAL TIMESWEET LIGHT450g3 hours 17 mins LIGHT680g3 hours 22 mins LIGHT900g3 hours 27 mins MEDIUM 450g3 hours 17 mins MEDIUM 680g3 hours 22 mins MEDIUM 900g3 hours 27 mins DARK 450g3 hours 17 mins DARK 680g3 hours 22 mins DARK 900g3 hours 27 mins RAPID450g2 hours 37 mins RAPID680g2 hours 42 mins RAPID900g2 hours 47 mins EXPRESS 680G 680g1 hour 20 mins EXPRESS 900G 900g1 hour 55 mins YEAST FREE 1 hour 50 mins CONTINENTAL 3 hours 25 mins DOUGH1 hour 30 mins GLUTEN FREE 2 hours 45 mins JAM 1 hour 05 mins BAKE 1 hour NOTE Total times for the bread functions do not include the Keep Warm time.
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9Functions BEFORE FIRST USE Before ˜rst use, remove and safely discard any packing material, promotional labels and tape from the bread maker. Check for any missing or damaged parts. Clean all parts according to the Care, Cleaning & Storage section in this book. OPERATING YOUR BREVILLE BREAD MAKER 1. Open the lid of the bread maker and remove the bread pan using the handle. 2. If required, align the semi-circle on the top of the kneading blade to the one on top of the drive shaft and slide the blade down to the base of the bread pan. 3. Add ingredients to the bread pan in the order listed in the recipe. First add liquids, then sugar, salt, ˚our and add the yeast in last. NOTE Ensure yeast does not come into contact with sugars, salt or liquids. LAST Yeast must be separate from wet ingredients SECOND Dry ingredients FIRST Liquid ingredients NOTE If using the delay start timer, make sure the yeast is on top of the dry ingredients to avoid being mixed with water, salt and sugar, otherwise yeast activity will be affected. 4. Lock the bread pan into the base of the bread maker by twisting slightly clockwise until the bowl sits horizontal. 5. Fold the handle down and close the lid. 6. If required, add any fruits and/or nuts to the dispenser. NOTE The bread pan is locked in place correctly if you cannot lift it from the bread maker without twisting. 7. Plug the bread maker into a 220Œ240V power outlet and switch the outlet on. The bread maker is now in standby mode and the display screen will turn on. NOTE In standby, the display screen will show the ˜rst AUTO MENU selection Basic Bread, displaying MENU 1 TIMER 3:25, MEDIUM. Press the MENU button repeatedly and the bread maker will cycle through the Auto Menu choices, from 1Œ12. Menu Selection Menu No. Display Screen Default Reading Able to adjust defaults Time Crust Colour Loaf Size Basic 13:25Medium 900gYES French 23:40Medium 900gYES Whole Wheat 33:55Medium 900gYES Sweet 43:27Medium 900gYES Express 680g51:20N/A N/A NOExpress 900g61:55N/A N/A NOYeast Free 71:50N/A N/A NOContinental 83:25N/A N/A YES Dough 91:30N/A N/A NOGluten Free 102:45N/A N/A NOJam 111:05N/A N/A NOBake 121:00N/A N/A YES
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10BREAD MAKING 1. Follow steps 1 to 7 on page 9 to set up the bread maker. 2. Press the MENU button until the preferred auto menu number is shown on the display screen. 3. To change the crust colour, press the CRUST COLOUR button repeatedly to cycle through Light, Medium, Dark (and Rapid) on the display screen. 4. To change the loaf size, press the LOAF SIZE button repeatedly to cycle through 450g, 680g or 900g on the display screen. 5. Press START/CANCEL when selections are complete to begin the program. RAPIDThe RAPID bread selection makes a loaf of bread in less time and is available on BASIC, WHOLE WHEAT, FRENCH and SWEET bread menus. Selecting Rapid will bake a bread loaf to a medium crust colour and reduce the ˜nishing time by about an hour. To select, press the CRUST COLOUR button repeatedly to cycle through until RAPID is displayed. (See BREAD, DOUGH & JAM SETTINGS table on page 8 for setting details). NOTE For best results, increase the yeast content in your bread recipe by ¼ teaspoon when using the Rapid setting. TIME DELAY 1. If desired, press the TIMER button to change the start time on the bread maker. 2. The time displayed represents the ˜nishing time. For example, if you adjust the Basic Bread default time 3:25 to 5:00, the bread will be ˜nished at the end of 5 hours. The time can be delayed by up to 15 hours. 3. Press to increase the time in 10 minute increments or press to decrease the time in 10 minute increments. NOTE The Crust Colour, Loaf Size and Timer can only be adjusted on AUTO MENU selections 1-4. Selection 8 allows for the timer to be adjusted only. All other auto menu selections operate as per their default setting. See AUTO MENU Default Table on page 9. NOTE If the Timer is activated, the kneading blade will not mix the ingredients until the cycle is set to begin. For example, for Basic Bread the default time to complete the program is 3:25. If the delayed time is changed to 5:00, the cycle will not start for 1hr 35 minutes after pressing START. NOTE Press START/CANCEL to start a selected MENU program. WARNING Do not touch the moving parts in the bread maker while the machine is working. 4. Once the baking cycle is complete, the bread maker will beep 10 times and switch to the Keep Warm setting for 1 hour. Press START/CANCEL for 1 second to cancel the Keep Warm function. 5. After 1 hour on the Keep Warm setting, the bread maker will beep once. 6. Let the bread pan cool down slightly before removing. Use oven mitts to lift the handle, and twist carefully to remove the bread pan from the bread maker. 7. To remove the bread loaf, turn the bread pan upside down and lightly shake until the loaf falls onto a wire cooling rack or clean surface. 8. Allow bread to cool for at least 10 minutes. 9. Remove the kneading blade from the base of the bread by using the kneading blade hook supplied. Hook the kneading blade hook into the groove in the centre of the kneading blade, and carefully pull out.
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11WARNING During the kneading cycle, the bread maker may wobble and move slightly. WARNING Both the bread pan and baking chamber will be hot and oven mitts should be used. Use the handle to remove the pan from the baking chamber. WARNING Remove the kneading blade from the bread using the kneading blade hook before slicing. NOTE Store remaining bread in a sealed plastic bag for up to 2 days at room temperature. To store for a longer time, place sealed plastic bag in the refrigerator for up to 5 days. DOUGH MAKING FUNCTION 1. Follow the same steps as the bread making function. Press the MENU button until DOUGH setting 9 is displayed on the screen. 2. Press the START/CANCEL button to commence. NOTE Dough making is similar to the bread making function, but without heating/baking. GLUTEN FREE 1. Press the GLUTEN FREE button on the control panel. GLUTEN FREE will display on the screen. 2. Press the START/CANCEL button to commence. NOTE Gluten Free can also be selected by pressing MENU until GLUTEN FREE setting 10 is displayed on the screen. JAM MAKING FUNCTION 1. Add the ingredients to the bread pan in the order listed in the recipe chosen, and lock the bread pan into the bread maker. 2. Press the MENU button until JAM setting 11 is displayed on the screen. 3. Press the START/CANCEL button to commence. 4. Allow to cool before serving. NOTE The JAM function is ideal for making both sweet and savoury jams from fresh fruits and vegetables. When using the JAM function, cut fresh fruit and/or vegetables into 1cm pieces before adding into the bread pan. Use no more than 2 cups of ingredients as the maximum amount for the JAM function. Avoid high liquid fruits and vegetables such as tomatoes. BAKE BAKE is a good menu selection to bake cakes. It does not require the kneading blade. The BAKE function can also be used to add additional time to any bread function. 1. Place pre-mixed ingredients into the bread pan and close the lid. 2. Press the MENU button until BAKE setting 12 is displayed on the screen. 3. Press or to change the BAKE time. Baking time can be adjusted between 5 minutes (0:05) to 1.5 hours (1:30). 4. Press the START/CANCEL button to commence. NOTE Bake is the only Auto Menu selection that does not require the kneading blade to be inserted into the bread pan.
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