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Recipe's I have lost my book,&I need the dough recipe .I hsaver search all over the net. with no luck. I remember part of recipe but not all. 4c flour 4 tsp yeast, butter, water ,sugar.I REALLY NEED THIS RECIPE SOON ASD ITY IS FOR XMAS.

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Hello jocar421,

Try this.

http://www.creativehomemaking.com/download/Welbilt_ABM3500-8200_Manual.pdf

If I can be of further assistance, let me know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rate it accordingly.

Thanks in-advance,

Jon



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  2. Then melt butter in microwave. Add beaten egg, milk and water.
  3. Pour onto dry ingredients in bread machine on the dough setting.
  4. When dough is done, put it onto a lightly floured surface.
  5. Knead in enough flour to make it easy to handle.
  6. If it is too elastic, cover and leave 10 minutes.
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  12. Cover with a tea towel and leave in a warm place for approx 30 minutes, until double in size.
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How to make your own homemade dog treats


Making your own dog treats can be a great way to save a little money and at the same time ensure that the treats you feed your dog are as nutritious as possible.


Here is my favorite recipe for homemade dog treats:

2 cups of whole wheat flour

4oz of pureed baby food (ensure there is no onion/onion powder in the ingredients); my dog prefers the chicken and sweet potato varieties


You will need to preheat your oven to 350 degrees. Next mix you ingredients together until you have formed a stiff dough (you may need extra flour or some water to reach the desired consistency).


On a lightly floured surface, rool out your dough to a thickness of 1/4". Use a cookie cutter (we have a bone shaped one) to cut out desired shapes from your dough.


Line a baking sheet with parchment paper and place treats about 1/2" apart. Place in the oven for 20 minutes. Remove treats and allow time to cool.


Once you have mastered this very easy recipe, you can get more creative with the ingredients. Try adding peanut butter or blueberries to the tops.


The following link will provide you with a few more recipes for some successful homemade treats for your dog.

http://www.bullwrinkle.com/Assets/Recipes/Recipes.htm

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How can i fix dough that wont rise?


Check if yeast is old out of date, expired. When making bread most items should be at room temperature unless the recipe calls for milk to be heated to a certain temperature. Follow instructions carefully. Note the differences in Canadian and American flour you will need more American flour if you are using American flour in a Canadian recipe. When making bread the type and or brand of flour will effect the outcome , humidity also affects bread. As to the outcome of bread kneading , resting, texture are something you learn. If dough is to dry add 1 tablespoon of water at a time , if too wet add 1tablespoon flour, dough should neither be sticky or to dry , should feel like silk . Seasons change the affect of how flour works. Drafts also effect dough, when dough is left to rise it should be placed in a place away from drafts and is warm. A well greased bowl large enough so that the dough can double in size this usually takes about 1 hour don't rush this part. Dough should be greased on top so it will not stick to what it covered with. Once the dough has doubled in size punch it once done, either cut into loafs or into buns, place desired greased pans cover let rise again about one hour. Put in oven set at required temperature , set timer for 15 min, check for brownness, if it is not to your liking leave it oven for another 5 mins, bread or bun's are done when they are tapped on top and it sounds hollow take out of oven let rest in pans for about 5 min's, place cooked bread on rack and let cool, do not place on flat surface as the bottom will sweat it needs to have air flow all around it to cool properly. PS remember making of bread is a labour of love, because it lets you take out any anger while you beat and fold the dough, the dough loves you for this and it will give back to you a light and airy texture. Keep on loving.

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It depends on the option you select; not all options include a preheat. Here is an on-line manual with numerous recipes for your machine:

http://dl.owneriq.net/0/03d45ac3-fb3b-4592-b9c8-b16e1eb1bf6b.pdf

Make sure you are selecting the correct option for your bread recipe.

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