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Bread dough spills over the side of the pan and burns on the element

The dough is runny and spills over the sides of the pan and burns on the element after about 2 hours into the cycle.. I used a new bag of bread flour and bread machine yeast. What went wrong? Time consuming cleaning it up only to have it happen exactly the same the next time used..... I have a royal mess and smoke galore....I followed the recipe to the letter for the raisin bread but got a mess instead. .....Totally frustrated with this Black and Decker bread maker!

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  • Shad Thom Nov 18, 2012

    I used the proper measurements and leveled everything off with the back of a knife, so that wasn't the problem......I think it might be the heating element not heating up to the proper temp thus causing the bread not to cook but the yeast still makes it rise......

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Do not the instruction say that when the dough is made it has to be in the fridge to allow it to rise before putting into tray to cook

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SOURCE: dough wont rise . everything else works

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SOURCE: Many of the recipes in the manual for my Kenmore

Hi,
It's a misprint. It probably meant milliliters which is a metric measurement.

7 1/2 milliliters is about a 1 -1/2 teaspoons which is just about right.

Hank


Posted on Oct 13, 2009

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SOURCE: Way to high of loaf

Cut the water down to 1 2/3 cups and the flour to 5 cups
Everything else remains the same and it should work out OK

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If you are still under warranty, contact your manufacturer, otherwise, you can still use the machine to mix but you will need to use your oven to finish your bread.
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If you have a Pizza Stone, you can also try that for baking an artisan bread. Use the breadmaker as the workhorse, use your oven as an artist.
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Knowing your breadmaker's loaf capacity will enable you to find recipes of any variety on the Internet for free.


It will also keep you from adding too much ingredients which could cause dough to over-rise and spill onto the heating element.


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Warning: When testing a new bread recipe it is always best that you not leave your breadmaker unattended. Stay close by to monitor its progress from time to time.


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