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What number is the pizza dough cycle on a Breadman bread machine?

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It may depend on your model. On the TR900s, it's 12. What model do you have?

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In west bend do you have to use the dough cycle first


Dough cycle is for just mixing and kneading the dough. Like if you want to make pizza or buns. It will only mix the ingredients, cycle for a while to knead, then it's finished. It won't bake form there. Any other cycle will make the bread.

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By continuously do you mean forever, non-stop kneading? I'm guessing not. French bread is really nothing more than white bread dough kneaded for an extra long time. The extra kneading creates the chewyness common to French breads.

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I just opened the package and read the manual and may have not gotten the right model machine. Is the motor have enough power for making gluten free bread?


I think your motor has enough power. I read my Cusinart manual and it has a program just for gluten free breads. I also have a Breadman TR520 with no gluten free program. On the Cusinart the gluten free cycle has only one rise cycle and they said the dough is more like a batter (wetter) than regular yeast bread doughs. So to me the question of which program to choose on your machine for gluten free is the central question. It may be that you would choose a cake type cycle for gluten free. Please leave a rank/rating for me on Fixya so I can continue helping others with their bread machine questions too. Here is the bread man website in case you need it perhaps they can advise the best program on the TR520 for gluten free breads:

http://www.breadman.com/t-customer-care.aspx

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I have a Breadman Ultimate and use a gluten free recipe. It baked beautifully but after it cools there is a big air hole in the middle. Any suggestions?


Here's a solution from my wife: After the last mix in the cycle, remove the dough and place it in small bread pans and bake in the oven. She had a bread machine that mixed well, but the baking part of the machine was less than great.
Worked great for us!
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Bread pan pops out during the kneading 2 cycle


I had a similar problem after using the same machine for several years. It worked well for years and then popped off the shaft whenever I had a rather stilll dough. To solve the problem I bent the clips on each side of the bread pan that hold the pan into the machine up and toward the center of the machine. I did not use any tools to do the bending. It solved the problem. The pan no longer jumps up out of the clips and off of the shaft.

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Trying to make pizza dough


Your machine may not be as old, but if you visit this website and read some other models instruction manual, you might find the answer right there. Please visit:   http://www.scribd.com/doc/261890/Complete-Welbilt-Bread-Machine-Manuals
Thanks for asking FixYa and hope this helps.

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