Question about Welbilt ABMIL2P Bread Maker
I have a Welbilt ABM3400 and the the dough blade sticks in the bread and I am having a very hard time getting the bread out of the pan. When I do, there is a big hole in the bottom of it because the bread sticks to the blade. I have tried letting it cool before taking it out and I have tried spraying the bottom and the blade with Pam. Help!
Thank you. Marg
Dunno - I've got the same problem. A few things do help:
1. Scrub the pan THOROUGHLY before baking new bread. Especially around the paddle, where little bits of baked dough can collect.
2. Put in a little more butter or oil or shortening than the recipe calls for. Just a scoche.
3. Put the bread up before going to sleep, and take out in the morning. That seems to allow enough time to elapse that the bread comes out without taking a chunk out of the bottom.
I also tried putting the pan in wet from a washing, instead of waiting for it to dry. This morning's loaf came out fine & dandy.
I don't think anything's going to stop us poor 3400 owners from having to bang the bread pan upside down on a cutting board in order to get the bread out of the pan. Sigh.
Hope this all helped. Amy
Posted on Jul 16, 2008
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