Question about Panasonic SD-YD250 Bread Maker
That is a problem with all breadmakers. The only way to prevent this is to remove the dough ball from the machine after the final punch down and just before the final bake. I've never done that but it might be a solution, but I have heard others talk about it. If you choose to leave the paddle in as I do then use a toothpick and poke around the outline of the paddle with it. You will still have a hole but it won't be as large. I sometimes use a popsicle stick too. Whatever you don't use anything metal to get it out if you have a metal paddle because you will scratch the non-stick surface on it.
Posted on Oct 16, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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