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Re: kneading blade stays in bread after cooking.
This sometimes happens. I have a Panasonic.
When you place contents in pan with some machines it is important to place contents
in a particular order. I should try to keep contents away from the kneading blade as you place them.
Another thing that might possibly help is to put a litter olive oil around the blade before adding ingredients.
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We have one and used it for years. What we found works is to take the kneading plate out before it starts cooking. Do this after the beeps to let you know when to add fruit, and the kneading has finished. This also saves bread as you do not loose a bug chunk in the bottom. Our pan is not very good any more, but we can still get the loaf out without any problems. Just need to let it cool for about 10 minutes out of the machine before attempting to take the loaf out if it is stuck.
unfortunately all bread machines leave the hole in the bottom where the paddle is. some machines leave a bigger hole than others, with the exception of the cuisinart cbk-200 which allows you to remove the dough, then remove the paddle, then reshape and replace the dough....One thing you can try to have a softer, lighter crust is to replace the water in your recipe with the same amount of milk. If the hole in the big hole in the loaf really bothers you I suppose you could remove the dough exactly at the end of the final knead, remove the paddle and replace the dough in the pan...I've never done it but I've certainly considered it! best wishes and happy breadmaking...
Hi, I usually take the paddle out of the machine at the end of the kneading cycle and before the rise cycle. (Do this with the pan out of the machine..just in case). You don't want to use anything in the pan that will scratch it. Usually a few quick taps of the bread pan on the cutting board will free the bread.
Take a look at your manual. There are a couple pages with charts showing the kneading and bake times for the machine. Try setting a cycle for a smaller loaf. I have a similar problem and had been setting a timer to take my loaf out early.