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I have a problem with uneven shaped loaves

My Black & Decker B2300 breadmaker has two paddles, and when the bread is finished kneading, the dough often ends up all on one side of the pan. As a result, when baking is finished, the loaf is often unevenly risen and winds up quite misshapen, all the way over to one end or the other of the pan, and not evenly distributed. How can I make sure the loaf rises in the middle of the pan?

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  • ladys Jan 06, 2008

    I've made three loaves now. All are like this. I'm using a wheat bread recipe - and adding cinnamon and raisins. I've made the bread several times w/o the raisins and it's been great. I've made it w/ cinnamon and raisins a thousand times w/ my old breadmaker (only one paddle) and no problems. I've wasted a ton of ingredients on this one now!!!!!!!

    I do believe I've had the paddles both facing out, but if that's the way to do it, why not say so in the manual. The manual I found pretty useless.

  • Anonymous Mar 30, 2014

    No machine used. I mix, knead, form the loaves, and bake all by hand

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I can't get my dough to rise all the way. I can't figure out what is wrong. Ive tried differt yeast,flour,made sure the water is the right temp. and the rest of the ingredients. Maybe my machine isn't working right please email me with some solutions

Posted on Jan 29, 2008

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I have a problem with my Black%& Decker b2300. One of my kneading blades will not go down all the way.

Posted on Jan 03, 2008

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More water made the dough softer and fixed the problem for me.

Posted on Dec 28, 2007

The paddles fit two ways, so what you must do is have them facing opposite ways, then they fight with each other and elongate the loaf

Posted on Dec 23, 2007

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