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Why did the kneading blade stick to and come out with the baked loaf

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You need to butter it up, don't use oil.

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How can I stop the kneading blade sticking inside the loaf and leavung a big hole when I remove it ?


That is the way most bread makers are designed. The kneading paddle has no means to retract, so it will remain in the middle bottom of the loaf. Usually, the dough will continue to rise somewhat and compensate for it, but that it just one of the things you have to get over to have the convenience of not having to do the grunt work yourself.

Jul 06, 2015 | Kitchen Appliances - Others

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Kneading paddle gets stuck in loaf after baking and is hard to remove


Hi, it is common for this to happen with bread machines. It often helps if you have a modern machine and you can choose the crust color and you choose Light Crust. The other thing you can do is if you are using recipes that use water in the liquid phase use milk instead. If you paddle still sticks then you just need to turn the loaf on its side and use a popsicle stick, tooth pick etc and trace around the loaf where the paddle is and dig it out.

Aug 09, 2011 | Kitchen Appliances - Others

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I do not know when to take out the kneading paddle out of the breadman TR555LC. If not taken out, the Kneading paddle will stay in the bread itself after bake.


you leave the kneeding blade inside , i now its a pain but thats how it is when youve baked your bread you turn the tin upside down and tap the loaf out but theres a hole where the needer has been ,,i have looked at every bread machine on the market and there all the same.....

Jan 23, 2011 | Breadman TR555LC Bread Maker

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How is it possible to bake a loaf without a blade inside it?


You can't. To do so would interfere with the cycle and spoil the bread. The blade reverses at the end of the mixing cycle for it to drop flat so it does not stick so far into the bread. If it doesn't, try soaking the blade in warm water for a while and work the blade hinge back and fore to clean, Cleaning this hinge properly needs patience. As for the "ugly end" as my kids call it, we give it to the dog if no one wants it. I've had two previously, ans they were the same.

Oct 05, 2009 | Sunbeam Kitchen Appliances - Others

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I have the 5890 Sunbeam breadmaker, I love it except for the kneading blade bakes right in the bread, how can you give a loaf away with that in it?


Hi,
You can take the paddle out of the bread pan after the last kneading cycle and before final rise. Do this rather quickly if you don't have a pause feature so you don't lose any rising time.

Take the bread pan out of the machine, put dough in a bowl, remove paddle, put dough back in pan, put pan back in machine.

Some people suggested to spray a small squirt of olive oil on the shaft to prevent sticking.

Hank

Aug 29, 2009 | Kitchen Appliances - Others

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Can the kneading paddle be removed before baking?


Hi,
Yes you can remove the paddle before baking. The cuizinart has a buzzer that sounds when to take the paddle out

If you want to take the paddle out you should make sure your machine has a pause feature so you don't lose any rising time.

Take pan out of machine, empty dough into a bowl, remove paddle, squirt the shaft in the bread pan lightly with veg oil (prevents sticking) then return the dough after final kneading time and before final rise.

Hank

Aug 26, 2009 | Kitchen Appliances - Others

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Kneading blade cooks into the loaf


Hi Jessica,

As I read the manual, under the Care & Cleaning section,

"2. If the kneading blades remain in the bread pan, grip the kneading blade and
pull straight up to remove......"

Based on the diagrams and instructions, I don't think you're supposed to pull the blades before baking...why do you want them out? Cosmetics?

If I can be of further assistance, let me know. If this solves the issue, please rate it accordingly.

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Jon

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NEED A SEAL AND KNEADING BLADE FOR A CHEFMATE 725


Try http://breadmakerpartsemporium.ioffer.com/. They have manuals and parts for most breadmakers at very reasonable prices.

Jan 07, 2009 | Chefmate TR 7000 Bread Maker

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Kneading blade won't come out with the bread


one thing that i do is i lube the shaft with cooking oil and that seems to work getting the paddle out but for nor not tearing the bread you have to remember that it is baked into it

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