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I'm sick of huge holes in the middle of my loaves where the paddles tear out dough. My breadmaker is a Breville bakers oven.

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Hi, Simply take the paddle out of the machine after the final knead cycle and before last rise and baking cycle. If you don't have a pause button, take the pan out of the machine first then remove paddle and reinsert pan into machine (just to be safe). Hank

Posted on Sep 08, 2010

  • koolkatkiwi Aug 09, 2011

    The paddle of the Panasonic breadmaker I have been using before this never sticks at all. It just comes out cleanly. Why the problem with this one? It's a very Mickey Mouse solution to have to take the pan out, tip it upside down, take the sticky dough out, take the paddle out and replace the sticky dough which by this time would probably have collapsed!

  • Hank Aug 09, 2011

    The problem was that the person in this particular case had issues with the paddles (two of them) sticking in the finished bread. Upon taking the paddles out , the paddles being stuck in the baked bread would leave large holes when removed. When you have two paddles in a bread maker that stick in the bread then it's not very appetizing. I assure you that removing the paddles is a popular solution that is well known and practiced. You probably misunderstood that the paddles are removed AFTER the last kneading cycle and BEFORE the final rise and baking. . The dough should come out easily if handled correctly. Removing the pan is mentioned for safety reasons (just to be safe).
    http://www.ehow.co.uk/how_6821617_paddle...

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