Sunday, October 30, 2011

Zojirushi BB-HAC10 Breadmaker Tips

If you have a Zojirushi BB-HAC10 breadmaker you may be looking for a few tips to use it successfully. Well, I can give you quite a few, including that I would not use it to cook jam in! This may sound crazy, but some are actually doing it and I am too sorry for my machine to take the chance of damaging it.

The very first tip is to get to know your machine very well before you start changing recipes. You have to know exactly how it works and what you can do with it before you try some variations on the given recipes.

Bread Maker

When changing a recipe, always keep in mind how it may change the need for other ingredients in the recipe. For instance, if you are adding dried fruit to a normal bread mixture, you may have to reduce the sugar in the recipe to prevent the bread from rising too much. Likewise some of the ingredients you add may make it necessary to reduce the amount of water you add. So, before making a variation to a recipe, consider how it will influence the other ingredients in the recipe.

Another thing to keep in mind is the quality of the ingredients you use. As the type of flour, the kind of yeast you use and more can influence the results, make sure you use the ingredients recommended and only try other once you are familiar with your machine. Keep in mind that the quality of flour can greatly influence the amount of water needed for a specific recipe.

A great thing about the Zojirushi BB-HAC10 is that once you have mastered the basic techniques, you will be able to make a wide variety of breads and cakes. Spoil your family with tasty pizzas and bake all those tasty holiday cookies without all the hard work.

Zojirushi BB-HAC10 Breadmaker Tips

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