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Old 05-17-2013, 10:45 AM   #1
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HB 8201Recipies

Just purchased a HB8201 bread maker and only have a simple manual with no recipies. Have no idea which order the ingredients should go into the machine andwould appreciate help with recipies for other than white bread.

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Welcome to DC. Did the machine come with a manual? Typically manufactures suggest adding the ingredients in the order listed on the recipe.

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Purchased the machine 2nd hand with no manual. The recipies that I have looked at online refer me to manufacturers manual for recommended order in adding ingredients. The manual I printed online is basic for care and maintenance and basic white bread and pizza dough recipies but no recommendation on order to add ingredients.
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I add things in this order:
liquids
oils
sugars
flour
salt
yeast (in a trench on top of the flour)

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