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Sunbeam 5891 2-Pound Programmable Breadmaker, White
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- 600-watt programmable breadmaker makes 1-1/2- or 2-pound loaves of bread
- 12 cooking functions; 3 shade selections; 13-hour delay bake; LED display; touch-control panel
- Metal utensils should not be used with removable nonstick baking pan
- Wash by hand only; instructions with recipes included
- Measures approximately 14 by 19 by 13-1/2 inches; 1-year limited warranty
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Sunbeam 2-Pound Programmable Bread Maker
Create bakery-style artisan bread right at home--in less than an hour--with this programmable bread maker from Sunbeam. Whether it's cinnamon-raisin bread in the morning, whole-wheat sandwich bread in the afternoon, or buttery dinner rolls to serve with dinner, the counter-top appliance makes it easy.
For a basic bread recipe, simply add measured ingredients (liquid, then dry) to the baking pan, snap the baking pan into the bread maker, and close the lid. Then make the desired selections from the user-friendly push-button control panel, and it takes care of the rest--baking up a 1-1/2-pound or 2-pound rectangular-shaped loaf to delicious perfection.
Large LCD Display
The control panel's large LCD display indicates the chosen settings and shows each stage of the bread-making process. Plus, the machine's large glass viewing window makes it possible to sneak a peek without lifting the lid.
12 Settings Offer Exceptional Versatility
The versatile bread maker offers 12 settings all together for baking a variety of breads, as well as for making dough, jam, and cake. In addition to the 12 settings, the bread maker also provides three different crust selections (light, medium, and dark).
13-Hour Programmable Delay Bake for Any-Time Baking
Best of all, the machine's 13-hour programmable timer allows for delaying the bake time, which means you can set it so you'll wake up to the aroma of freshly baked bread in the morning or come home to a warm loaf of bread at the end of a long day.
Traditional White Bread
|Ingredients||Bread: 1 and 1/4 cups sourdough starter (see ‘Sourdough Starter,' below), 3/4 cup warm water, 1 and 3/4 teaspoons salt, 4 cups bread flour, 3 tablespoons sugar, 1 and 3/4 teaspoons active dry yeast, Sourdough Starter 2 and 1/4 teaspoons active dry yeast, 2 cups warm water 2 cups all-purpose flour.||1 and 1/4 cups water, 3 tablespoons honey, 2 tablespoons butter or margarine, 3/4 cup quick-cook oats, 1 and 3/4 teaspoons salt, 3 and 3/4 cups bread, flour 2 tablespoons, oat bran 2 tablespoons, dry milk, 2 teaspoons active dry yeast.||1 cup water, 2 tbsp butter or margarine, 1-1/2 tsp salt, 3 cups bread flour, 2 tbsp dry milk, 1 tbsp sugar, 2 tsp active dry yeast.|
|Directions||Recipe Measure and add liquid Ingredients (including sourdough starter) to the bread pan. Measure and add dry ingredients (except yeast) to the bread pan. Use your finger to form a well (hole) in the flour where you will pour the yeast. Yeast must NEVER come Into contact with a liquid when you are adding ingredients. Measure the yeast and carefully pour it into the well. Snap the baking pan into the breadmaker and close the lid. Press the 'Menu Select' button to choose the European setting. Press the 'Start/Stop' button. Sourdough Starter In a 2 or 3 quart glass bowl, using a wooden or nylon spoon, mix yeast and warm water. Let stand 10 minutes. Add flour: mix until thick batter forms. Batter need not be smooth. Cover loosely with cheesecloth, lightweight kitchen towel or plastic wrap. Let stand in warm place for 24 hours. Stir; cover loosely Place starter in a warm place for 2 to 3 days or until it bubbles and smells sour: stir once a day. Cover loosely with a plastic wrap or plastic cover: refrigerate.||Measure and add liquid ingredients to the bread pan. Measure and add dry ingredients (except yeast) to the bread pan. Use your finger to form a well (hole) in the flour where you will pour the yeast. Yeast must never come into contact with a Liquid when you are adding ingredients. Measure the yeast and carefully pour it into the well. Snap the baking pan into the breadmaker and close the lid. Press the 'Menu Select' button to choose the Basic setting. Press the 'Loaf Size' button to choose 1 lb., 1.5 lb., or 2 lb. Press the 'Crust Color' button to choose light, medium, dark or rapid crust. Press the 'Start/Stop' button.||Measure and add liquid ingredients to the bread pan. Measure and add dry ingredients (except yeast) to the bread pan. Use your finger to form a well (hole) in the flour where you will pour the yeast. Yeast must never come into contact with a liquid when you are adding ingredients. Measure the yeast and carefully pour it into the well. Snap the baking pan into the breadmaker and close the lid. Press 'Select' button to choose the Basic setting. Press the 'Crust Color' button to choose light, medium or dark crust. Press the 'Start/Stop' button.|
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|Item Dimensions||10 x 15 x 13 in||11 x 12 x 11 in||16.38 x 12.38 x 12.75 in||12.25 x 18 x 15 in||10 x 15.5 x 12 in||16 x 19 x 13 in|
|Item Weight||18.6 lbs||8 lbs||15.22 lbs||1 lb||11 lbs||16 lbs|
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|Size||2 LB||2 LB||Single||2 LB||2 pound||12" x 16.5" x 10.25"|
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This machine is extremely easy to use and relatively uncomplicated. The book is pretty simple and straight forward to understand - though the recipes in it aren't to my liking personally, that's just an individual taste issue. The buttons are large and easy to operate & the LCD screen is clear once you read the book and know what each code means. It is a bit hard to see without good light though. My unit came with a plastic cup for flour and a one piece combo teaspoon/tablespoon for salt & sugar.
I am using King Arthur Bread Flour only and Fleishmann's bread machine yeast in the jar (I know there are other yeasts out there, but as a newbie, I went with what 3 of my experienced bread baking friends suggested) and I have absolutely no problems at all with any of my breads rising or correctly or having the right texture when cooked. I have also followed the tip of lightly wiping the paddle with a bit of oil before use so that it slips out of my finished loaf easily. The machine does beep after the first rise before it kneads a second time so you can drop your add-ins in before the second mix/knead session. I've done a loaf of bacon-beer-cheese bread, adding the bacon & shredded cheese in this way and everything incorporated into the dough perfectly. (I felt like a magician putting homemade bacon bread on the table and watching my husband's eyes bug out!)
I am still learning something every time I use this machine, but it has earned a permanent place on my counter top and for now anyway, I cannot see any reason to spend more money and buy a two hundred dollar version. I can put the ingredients in an have hot, fresh, soft bread ready in three hours or a slightly denser loaf in an hour on the the quick bake setting. Now that I've got the basics down pat it only takes about 10 minutes to pull the ingredients out, put them in the machine, turn it on and clean up. Done. This is actually one of my favorite purchases of the past year.
******One Year Update Feb 2017 *****
I've been making bread on average twice a week with this little machine for a year. It just works right every time with no drama. I have only had one loaf fail to rise correctly and it turned out that I had used 1/2 the yeast needed....so my fault.
I've made cranberry bread, pumpkin bread, peanut butter bread and your usual cheese or nut breads without any issues. The best though is buttermilk bread - it always ends up with a creamy, soft texture that is a big hit as a hostess gift. I would absolutely buy this bread machine again.
HOLEY GUACAMOLE I MADE BREAD BY DUMPING SOME CRAP IN A BOWL AND STICKING IT IN A MACHINE AND GOING TO PLAY VIDEO GAMES.
I've made all the breads in the recipe book and have a folder full or recipes to try. I've used the timer to wake up to fresh bread.
I. LOVE. THIS. THING.
-sobs while stroking bread maker-
I started to pick up the baking again one year ago, and I used different whole grain flours to experiment different recipes – sometimes, the bread rose well, but sometimes, it’s very dense, like cake… until 3 months ago, I finally figured out how to make good whole grain bread consistently.
In my recipe, I added LOTS of mixed nuts and raisins in my bread, as I want my bread to be healthy.
What I need to do is to proof the dry yeast first. Now, I always use 2 ½ teaspoons of dry yeast and proof it with ¼ cup of warm water, and one teaspoon of brown sugar. Once the yeast is ready, I then put all of the ingredients in the baking pan, except the mixed nuts and raisins. I set the machine to option 3 (for Whole wheat flour – I use one cup of organic all-purpose flour and 3 cups of organic whole wheat flour). I will let one kneading cycle run to completion and let the flour fully mixed with the yeast, without the interference of mixed nuts and raisins. After that, I then add in the nuts and raisins during the second kneading cycle. With this approach, my bread ALWAYS comes up big and puffy all the time and it tastes delicious and healthy. I make one bread every week. See the picture below.
Now, some Teflon coating on the baking pan surface is wearing out – It costs quite a bit to get just the pan and paddle, so I decided to get a new machine. I, in a split second, decided to get the same machine, as I now know how to use this machine to make good bread consistently, so I don’t want to risk to start new again with a different machine.