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lationsFresh, w arm h omemade breadD o u g h M a k e r. is j ust a f e w, e asy st e ps a w a y w i t h y o u r n e w O st e r D e l u x e Br e a d a n d W e've d o n e everyt hin g w e ca n t o m a k e bre a d-b a kin g a bre e z e: W e 'v e st r e a m li n e d t h e i n st r u ct i o n s; d esi g n e d a si m p l e , e asy-t o r e a d co n t r o l p a n e l; a n d d e v e l o p e d a h ost o f g r e a t r eci p es.

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Table of ContentsBefore You Start............................................................ 5-6Sa f e t y G u i d e li n es

Symphony of Ingredients ................................................ 7Basic In g r e d ie n ts ............................................................................................ 8 Th e Pr ocess, Sim p li f ie d ................................................................................. 10

Getting to Kno w Your Bread Maker .............................. 13G e t t i n g t o K n o w t h e O p e r a t i o n Pa n e l ......................................................... 14 St e p b y St e p D ir ect i o ns ................................................................................ 15 Br e a d m a k i n g Cycle Tim es ............................................................................. 16

Recipes and TipsSp ecia l Ti ps ................................................................................................... 18 W h i t e Br e a ds ........................................................................................... 19-24 W h o le W h e a t Br e a ds ............................................................................... 25-27 Fr e nch Br e a ds ............................................................................................... 28 Sw e e t Br e a ds ........................................................................................... 29-33 D o u g hs O n ly ............................................................................................ 34-43 Ca k e/ Q u ick Br e a ds ................................................................................... 44-49 Ja m/Je llies................................................................................................ 50-51 Th e Fi n ish i n g To uch: Sp r e a ds a n d G la z es ............................................... 52-53

Special Concerns ............................................................ 54Tr o u b lesh o o t i n g Ti ps ............................................................................... 55-56 Co m m o n ly A sk e d Q u est i o ns ......................................................................... 57 H o w t o Test Ye ast ......................................................................................... 57 Cle a n i n g a n d Ca r e G u i d e li n es ...................................................................... 58 Ba k i n g a t H i g h A l t i t u d es .............................................................................. 59

Index of Recipes ............................................................. 60

Bef ore You StartW e ve d esi g n e d t h e O st e r D e l uxe Br e a d a n d D o u g h M a k er t o b e e asy t o use. Bu t, lik e a ny kitchen appliance, it requires proper use and handling.

U s i n g Yo u r B r e a d M a k e r S a f e l yBe f ore Use1. Read and keep all instructions. 2. M ake sure to remove all f oreign matter from thebaking pan. 3. Plug the Bread M aker in to a pro perly w ired ou tlet.

W here t o Use1. Use only on a stable, heat-resistan t surf ace. 2. Do no t use the Bread M aker w here it w ill beexposed to direct sunlig h t or o ther heat sources, such as a stove or oven. 3. Place the unit at least t w o inches a w ay from w alls. If you do n o t, w alls may become discolored.

W hile in UseKeep the Bread Maker out of the reach of children -- it's hot!

A f ter Use1. Use oven mit ts or a po t holder w hen taking ou tthe bread pan a f ter baking. 2. M ake sure to disconnect the po w er by un plu gging the unit. A llo w the Bread M aker to cool do w n be f ore storing. 3. Read instructions be f ore cleanin g. Do no t immerse the unit in w ater. This w ill cause electric shock and/or damage to the unit.

1. The temperature is very ho t during operation.Be care f ul to keep your hands and f ace a w ay from the unit. 2. Do no t open the lid or remove the bread pan during operation. 3. Do no t place anything on the Bread M aker lid. Do no t cover ven ts. 4. If any bu t tons are acciden tally touched during operation, baking may stop.

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Important Saf eguardsRead and Save These InstructionsWhen using electrical appliances, basic safety precautions should always be followed including the following:

1. Read all instructions, product labels, and warnings before using the Bread Maker. 2. Do not touch hot surfaces. Always use oven mitts when handling hot materials, and allow metal parts to cool before cleaning. Allow the Bread Maker to cool thoroughly before putting in or taking off parts. 3. When unit is not in use and before cleaning, unplug the Bread Maker from wall outlet. 4. To protect against risk of electrical shock, do not immerse the appliance or plugs in water or other liquids. 5. Close supervision is always necessary when this or any appliance is used by or near children, or incapacitated persons. 6. Do not allow anything to rest on the power cord. Do not plug in cord where people may walk or trip on it. 7. Do not operate this or any appliance with a frayed or damaged cord or plug or after the appliance malfunctions or is dropped or has been damaged in any manner. Return appliance to the nearest authorized service facility for examination, repair or electrical or mechanical adjustment. 8. Do not let the cord dangle over the edge of a table or counter or touch hot surfaces. Do not place on an unsteady or cloth-covered surface. 9. Avoid contact with moving parts. 10. Do not use attachments not recommended by the manufacturer; they may cause fire, electric shock or injury. 11. Do not use outdoors or for commercial purposes. 12. Do not place the appliance near a hot gas or electric burner, or in a heated oven. 13. To unplug, press and hold the STOP button, grip plug and pull from wall outlet. Never pull on the cord. 14. Use of extension cords: A short power supply cord has been provided to reduce the risk of injury resulting from becoming entangled in or tripping over a longer cord. Extension cords are available from hardware stores and may be used with care. The cord should be arranged so that it will not drape over the counter or table top where it can be pulled by children or tripped over accidentally. 15. Electrical power: If electric circuit is overloaded with other appliances, your Bread Maker may not operate properly. The Bread Maker should be operated on a separate electrical circuit from other operating appliances. 16. Polarized plug: To reduce the risk of electrical shock, this appliance has a polarized plug (one blade is wider than the other). This plug fits a polarized outlet only one way; if the plug does not fit fully into the outlet, reverse the plug. If it still does not fit, contact a qualified electrician. Do not attempt to defeat this safety feature.

This unit is intended for household use only.

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A Symphony o f IngredientsLik e t h e instru m e n ts in a n orch estra, t h e in gre die n ts in b asic bre a d are very sim ple: f l o u r, s u g a r, s a l t , a l i q u i d (s u c h a s w a t e r o r m i l k ) , p ossi b ly a f a t (such as b u t t e r o r o il), a n d y e ast . A n d, lik e e ach m usical instru m e n t, e ach in gre die n t p erf orms a sp ecific jo b, a n d e ach le n ds a sp ecial flavor to the final masterpiece.

T h a t 's w h y i t s i m p o r t a n t t o u s e t h e r i g h t ingredients in exactly the right proportions t o e nsure yo u g e t t h e m ost d elicio us results!

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Basic IngredientsYeast is actually a microscopic plan t. Simply stated, w ithou t yeast, your bread w ill no t rise. W hen moistened by a liquid, f ed by sugar, and care f ully w armed, yeast produces gases w hich po w er the d ough to rise. If the temperature is too cold, the yeast w ill n o t be activated; if it's too w arm, it w ill die. The Oster Deluxe Bread and Dough M aker takes care o f this w orry f or you by main taining just the righ t temperature in the baking chamber at all times. You can use either active dry yeast , quick acting , rapid rise yeast or one o f the ne w Bread machine yeasts in your Oster Deluxe Bread and Dough M aker. Importan t: The amou n t o f yeast f or Extra Large Loa f recipes may be the same or even less than w hat is called f or in Large recipes. For best results, use yeast amoun ts as indicated in each recipe.

Ye a s t

Su gars

Sugars sw eeten the bread, bro w n the crust, and len d tenderness to the texture. These jobs can be perf ormed by w hite or bro w n sugar, molasses, maple or corn syrups, h oney, fruits or o ther sw eeteners.

Flour

In order f or the bread to rise, the flo ur has to have a high pro tein con ten t. You should alw ays use a bread flour (f or w hite bread recipes) in your bread maker to get the best results. Do no t use all-purpose, cake flour or self-rising flour. Unlike w hite bread flour, w hole w heat flour con tains bran and w heat germ w hich inhibit rising. W heat breads there f ore ten d to be heavier in texture and smaller in size. A ligh ter larger loa f can be achieved by combin