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Question by  ilia (20)

Can you convert bread recipe to breadmaker?

I just got a breadmaker machine.


Answer by  trudie1962 (1022)

Yes, but it will be by trial and error. The key is to put the wet and dry ingredients into the machine in the order recommended by the manufacturer. Many machines recommend instant yeast as opposed to traditional. Add-ins such as raisins, nuts and cheese go in toward the end of the kneading period, otherwise they disintegrate.


Answer by  mannersandsuch (1796)

I would look for bread maker recipes to start out with, baking is equal parts science and art, when the science is out of whack though no art can be made. Make sure that while using your bread maker that you measure exactly even the slightest measurement issue will ruin the bread.


Answer by  Roland27 (16334)

You probably received a booklet that came with your breadmaker. Most times they have recipes for breads inside the instruction manual. You can also find tons of recipes online by typing "Breadmaker recipes" in your search engine. There are a lot of websites dedicated to cooking and baking where you can find free recipes.


Answer by  Latin4 (11170)

If the bread machine is new then is should have come with a recipe book just for the breadmaker. There are boxed mixed especially made for the breadmaker. Old recipe books do not have a conversion table for breadmakers, but some of the new ones do. Also the internet had many recipes for this.


Answer by  HeatherOhye (48)

The recipe will have all the same ingredients but will need to be watched to see if it has the right amount of liquid. Add or subtract as needed.

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