Question about Welbilt ABM3500 Bread Maker
I have a welbilt ABM350-2 bread machine. It looks great and rises fine, then while baking it falls. I first used quick rise yeast and then tried regular yeast and it still came out caved in at least 5 inches.
I had this same problem. It has to do with the amount of water and the amount of yeast you are using. I decreased my amount of water to 1 cup ( of course it depends on your recipe) and I also was using rapid rise yeast which calls for a less amount (usually 1/2 tsp less than what the recipe calls for). I did experiment with the recipe until I got it just right. Good luck. Carrie
Posted on Jan 16, 2009
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