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I have a Regal Kitchen Pro (don't know which model). It lets me select a 1lb or 1.5lb loaf. Well, I goofed and poured in the ingredients to make a 2lb loaf! :( Will this damage my machine? Or will it be ok to let it process the larger amount of dough? Thank you for any help you can give. Susan
No you shouldn't bake a 2.0 lb. loaf in a 1.5 pound max capacity machine. The model # on your machine should be located on the side or underneath the machine. If you need a recipe book for 1.5 pound recipes and smaller let me know at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The next time you bake bread use one tablespoon LESS liquid. If it stills falls then the 2nd time use one Tablespoon less liquid AND ONE TABLESPOON MORE FLOUR. That should do it. Please let me know how it works for you.
Posted on Dec 06, 2010
I sscrambled all over the blessed internet just to get an accurate description of the CBN310 magic chef for the purpose of determining it LOAF capability...ie...1 loaf, 1 and 1half loaf or/and 2 loaves! I couldn't get this information without PAYING for it, so I decided to ply a safe hand.....I'll only make 1&1half loaf at a time.....thanks so much TMO
Posted on Apr 11, 2009
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Here is how you determine the size of loaf you can bake in your machine. You need to determine the capacity of your pan. Fill your pan with water and measure the cups added so you know how many cups of water are in the pan when it is full to the very top. Here are the conversions:
1)If your pan holds less than 10 cups of water you can make: a 1 pound loaf
2)If your pan holds 10 cups of water you can make: a 1 pound loaf and a 1.5 pound loaf
3)If your pan holds 12 cups you can make: a 1 pound, 1.5 pound, and a 2.0 pound loaf
This is rare, but if you pan holds 14 cups or more you can make all the above plus a 2.5 pound loaf
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