Question about Black & Decker Bread Machine
I am using a Black and Decker model B2200. I have only used the machine about 5 times as I can't seem to get consistent rising. I am using a very good bread machine recipe book, follow the recipes very carefully with fresh ingredients. So far I have been able to get 2 loaves to rise properly. It's almost as if there isn't enough heat during the rising cycle. I have used a Black and Decker bead machine in the past with very good results (and without as much fussing) so I am wondering if there is a problem with the machine.
Thanks for your help
Are you using yeast that has not past it's expiry date? Using bread machine yeast that has not past it's expiry date will give you better results. I switched to the bread machine yeast and had much better results. Also make sure the ingredients are for the right size loaf. The ones that come with your breadmaker are made specificaly for your machine. Make sure you are choosing recipes that are in the same quantities for the bread cycle you are choosing. I hope this helps. I have included the link to the manual for your machine in case you don't have one.
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