natalispb
I'm going to buy a bread maker, while I'm more inclined towards the Panasonic 255 model.
I would like to know if it is possible to bake croissants, muffins and other piece products in a bread machine?
Are there special forms for this, how is the replacement and formation of products carried out by hand, or is everything done by the stove?
For example, you can bake pies or you need to stick them yourself first ???
And yet, what models bake healthy grain multi-grain bread ???
natalispb
Interested in different types of dough, baking croissants, pies, multi-grain healthy bread, etc.?
Tanyusha
The bread maker does not bake piece products, it can knead the dough for them, but you have to sculpt it with your hands, but if you want a large cake, the bread maker can bake it. In the bread maker, the shape is one rectangular, the others are not. All bread machines bake grain bread. Follow the forum here you will find all the answers to your questions in more detail. Good luck to you.
Alen delonghi
The bread maker (as a rule) does not bake croissants and pies. She kneads the dough for almost anything (except for shortbread and puff), and bakes in shape (in most cases) always the same thing - a loaf. But this loaf can be made from yeast dough, or it can be a muffin (but the shape is not muffin!), It can be sweet - sweet, with raisins, nuts, or a snack bar - with ham, garlic, herbs. But always in the same shape - in the shape of a loaf.

Variations on the baking shape are presented by some French ovens that can bake "and not loaves". The maximum number of functions is, of course, in Italian. But the baking form is still the same loaf.

In general, you need to carefully study the site - there is a lot of information to make a choice.
natalispb
Thank you so much for your answer!
Can you ask another question - I really love to cook, and I love all sorts of varied and unusual dishes, which bread maker should I choose? What is the maximum set of ryzlichny types of dough-bread ???
Alen delonghi
Quote: Bee

Thank you so much for your answer!
Can you ask another question - I really love to cook, and I love all sorts of varied and unusual dishes, which bread maker should I choose? What is the maximum set of different types of dough-bread ???
In Delonghi 125S, the choice of programs (and, therefore, recipes) is not limited by anything - there are thousands of them, there is also a transparent window in which it is convenient to observe the readiness of a new recipe, whether your baking is ready, or add a few more minutes of kneading time, or raising the dough, or baking. Then you write this time down on a piece of paper and subsequently program the stove to your own program. In the future, you will not need to observe the baking according to this recipe at all. Eight of your programs you can record and store in the stove memory at the same time. And you can write down your program "from a notebook" before starting the stove in 1-2 minutes; there can be any number of such programs - even a thousand. In other stoves, the number of programs is limited to a strictly defined number: 10-12-14 ... For beginners, this stove also has many standard ready-made programs and recipes that do not need to be programmed. But go to the store, look at different stoves, if possible - maybe it won't fit you in size.
Celestine
Quote: Bee

Thank you so much for your answer!
Can you ask another question - I really love to cook, and I love all sorts of varied and unusual dishes, which bread maker should I choose? What is the maximum set of ryzlichny types of dough-bread ???

In any oven you can bake an incredible amount of products and make dough.
The only clarification, pay attention to such a function as "baking" or "cupcake" for some, here it will be possible to bake a product adjusted by hand (like a curl) or cupcakes, cat.knead by hand, or, if you have prepared dough for buns, and you understand that there is no time or desire to bother with them, but the dough has come, turn on this mode and get bread
bluekitten
My Clatronic oven has a "baking dough with baking powder" mode.
I can't find such recipes. Maybe I'm looking badly? Suggest recipes like "gingerbread" for a bread machine.

Is it possible to bake in it according to such recipes as: kefir + soda + jam + eggs + flour?
Tanyusha
blekitten "baking dough with baking powder" in general, these are cupcakes, but is it possible to bake in it according to such recipes as: kefir + soda + jam + eggs + flour, I think you can, try experimenting and tell us.
3ay4ik
I read somewhere that the dough burns from a large amount of baking. Indeed, it is best to try to do it yourself. Anyway, everyone wants to learn from their mistakes ..
bluekitten
nope, I would love to learn from strangers
but since no one has tried it, I will be a pioneer.
I'll write the results :-)
tanya, but do not tell me the recipe for a cupcake for our Clathronic
on the forum I found only those where the dough must be manually started, and only baked in the oven. but I understood that everything can be completely done in Klatronic.
Tanyusha
I took from the forum and added candied fruits and nuts instead of raisins. I never do anything with my hands, I put everything in the oven right away.
3ay4ik
Panasonic 255 also has two recipes for muffins that can be kneaded and baked in a bread maker. I can write recipes if you like, but I haven't baked them myself yet.
bluekitten
So, I tried to bake kefir + baking powder + jam + eggs + flour according to the recipe.

I started with half a portion, but for a bread maker, you need to take no more than 1/4 of the amount of ingredients in a recipe for such oven cuts.
Since the form in the bread maker is narrow and high, and such a dough does not have enough traction to rise high. The cake came out dense, especially at the bottom, therefore it is necessary to lay a smaller portion, the result should be the same in height (I will try again, I will write clarifications).

A normal crust came out to taste, cut it into 3 layers, smeared it with yogurt.
In size - 4 decent kusmische.

Amendment to the recipe - much more flour is needed than for baking in the oven. If you put it according to the recipe, a slurry comes out, causing doubts that IT will rise.Although it might have been worth trying to bake without adding flour ...

Correction to the "cake" mode - the raising stage can be skipped, for this test it makes no sense. Control the baking time - the cake is usually baked in the oven for about 30 minutes, and the bread maker bakes on the "cake" mode for 70 minutes. After 30 minutes, you just need to open the bread maker and poke it with a stick

In general, it turned out edible, it makes sense to continue the experiments.
tenidia
If interested, I would like to suggest a recipe for a curd cake. I love. Depending on the amount of flour, you can achieve different options: if you want softer and fatter, less flour, the dough is slightly liquid. If you want a little more flour. I also add a lot of nuts - peanuts (I rub it very finely on the board with a rolling pin, even oil is released. If you put a lot, it will be a greasy cake). I also put a lot of raisins. Baking soda and baking powder are put in at the very last moment. Soda does not like to mix for a long time, like flour in dough, except for yeast dough.

4 eggs
300 g sugar
300 g cottage cheese
170 g margarine
300 g flour
1 tsp (I use baking soda and quench with lemon acid or better with lemon. You can even squeeze juice from a whole and grate the zest, then it's even tastier)
True, I bake in the oven, but you can try it if you like. True, I experiment with flour. Usually there is less of it in recipes, and I always add it. I know what the dough should be approximately. I make 2 servings at once.
Laura
The bread maker does not bake, unfortunately, piece products, but what kind of dough it prepares - oo-oo-oo. So you can work a little with your hands, but the result is guaranteed.
Korata
She will knead the dough - it will remain to stick.
But then an idea arose (inspired by a curl) - and if you stick rolls with a filling and put them in the same way, then there will already be a pie with a filling ... I will come home - I will definitely try
Korata
Quote: Celestine
I must also try .. otherwise the lower balls will not be able to rise ..although .. in general I will try ..
but the question is - if you make a filling of raisins - then how can you "glue" them so that the raisins would not crumble? do not you know? .. I think - one ball with jam, one with raisins, one with poppy seeds .. although you can smear raisins in jam))) but what about? They also make pies with raisins. Is there something added to the raisins for gluing?
Irin @
I do not like to bake gingerbread cookies, because the dough is very steep for them and it is difficult to knead it by hand. Or maybe you can knead it in a bread maker? Then roll out onto gingerbread and bake in the oven.
Has anyone done this?
Cubic
Quote: Irin @

I do not like to bake gingerbread cookies, because the dough is very steep for them and it is difficult to knead it by hand. Or maybe you can knead it in a bread maker? Then roll out onto gingerbread and bake in the oven.
Has anyone done this?

Dear Irin @ , I do not know if it is possible to knead the dough for gingerbread in HP (maybe in dumplings mode?), I have a counter question: please write the recipe for the gingerbread cookies, I tried several times to bake them using different recipes, and always after they cool down the gingerbreads freeze and turn into a cross between a biscuit and a cobblestone, I'm not even trying ... Surely there is some secret?
Alen delonghi
Quote: Cubic

Dear Irin @ , I do not know if it is possible to knead the dough for gingerbread in HP (maybe in dumplings mode?), I have a counter question: please write the recipe for the gingerbread cookies, I tried several times to bake them using different recipes, and always after they cool down the gingerbreads freeze and turn into a cross between a biscuit and a cobblestone, I'm not even trying ... Surely there is some secret?
Add to any recite baking powder... There is no harm to the body from it. Ask him where you buy yeast. It's a good idea to add some natural aromatic essence (vanilla, lemon, almond, orange, etc.) and you will be happy and whole teeth.

As for the shortbread dough, it is kneaded in the oven without problems. But there is a nuance: before making the gingerbread, it (the dough) must be cooled in the refrigerator (not in the freezer).
Rustic stove
Quote: Alen Delonghi

As for the shortbread dough, it is kneaded in the oven without problems. But there is a nuance: before making the gingerbread, it (the dough) must be cooled in the refrigerator (not in the freezer).

And I was afraid to knead shortbread in HP. It must be done very quickly, with a knife or with cold hands, so that the butter does not melt. And the bucket, when kneading, seems to me a little warm from the motor.
In general, who will get the shortbread dough in HP - please report what and how)) Let's wait!
Celestine
Quote: Rustic stove

And I was afraid to knead shortbread in HP. It must be done very quickly, with a knife or with cold hands, so that the butter does not melt. And the bucket, when kneading, seems to me a little warm from the motor.
In general, who will get the shortbread dough in HP - please report what and how)) Let's wait!

I kneaded in the oven on a grated pie and on a basket for an onion pie (a picture with a recipe is on the website). At first I thought to regret it, the butter in pieces with dough drove around the bucket, and then literally half a teaspoon of milk dripped and everything slowly turned into a smooth and excellent dough I think without milk the result would be the same, just a little accelerated
Today I am going to repeat this procedure.
Crochet
Look in the section "Gingerbread from Crochet". I think you will find the answer to your question there. Good luck to you.
https://Mcooker-en.icdself.com/in...mf&Itemid=89&topic=2211.0
Alen delonghi
Quote: Cubic

Essence instead of honey? Can you still get a recipe?
You can also honey. Or the essence. For example, I can't stand the taste and smell of honey in baked goods. You can grate or grind a couple of teaspoons of dry lemon or orange peels and add ...

In short, the kitchen is an entertaining laboratory work in chemistry, physics, mathematics, fine arts ... and more. For me personally, though I'm not a fanatic teacher.

Experiment and exact science will always help you get the desired result.
Celestine
Quote: Alen Delonghi

You can also honey. Or the essence. For example, I can't stand the taste and smell of honey in baked goods.You can grate or grind a couple of teaspoons of dry lemon or orange peels and add ...

The grated ginger gives the most gingerbread smell, I was convinced myself when the gingerbread biscuit was baked
Crochet
I wonder if it is possible to bake a roll (with any kind of filling) in cotton? It's just that the oven bakes disgustingly ... I would like to pamper home and rolls. After all, there is the "Baking" program, but if you remove the "stirrers" and put a roll in a bucket (well, let it be with holes, it does not bother me at all) and start the "baking" program? Please advise ... Is it worth it?
3ay4ik

I baked gingerbread cookies according to the simplest recipe: milk, margarine, sugar, spices and flour. They turned out like stone when they cooled down. But then they had to be dipped in a frosting of sugar and water and laid out to dry. After that, they became soft and tasted exactly like store-bought. Well, not like Tula, but ordinary gingerbread. If anyone is interested, I can post the recipe.
3ay4ik
Recipe gingerbread (we made them in the late 90s, when sugar and flour were given as a salary instead of money).
0.25 liters of milk (fresh or sour, it doesn't matter);
0.25 kg of sugar;
1 tsp soda quenched with vinegar;
1 tbsp. l. sunflower oil;
about 1.5-2 cups of flour;
1/4 tsp. spices (ginger, cinnamon, red and black pepper) and salt.
Knead, cut out 1 cm thick circles and bake. Boil the frosting from 1 cup sugar and 1/4 cup water (milk) for 12 minutes (required). Dip the gingerbread cookies in the icing and put on cellophane in one row to dry. This should be done quickly, since the glaze hardens. Delicious! Try it, you won't regret it. And it seems to me that you can knead the dough in a bread maker, it is not particularly hard.
I even wanted to try baking myself. So I painted everything ..
Irin @
Quote: Cubic

Dear Irin @ , I do not know if it is possible to knead the dough for gingerbread in HP (maybe in dumplings mode?), I have a counter question: please write the recipe for the gingerbread cookies, I tried several times to bake them using different recipes, and always after they cool down the gingerbreads freeze and turn into a cross between a biscuit and a cobblestone, I'm not even trying ... Surely there is some secret?
To be honest, I don’t remember the last time I baked them. Therefore, the recipe must be sought. They turned out to be hard, but not like a stone, you could bite. I remember that it was very difficult to knead the dough. And a lot more honey went there. And for the mint flavor, I used a few drops of mint oil from the drug store.
Natalie2403
Hello! We're new.
Where can I find cupcake recipes on the website? And then the bread maker even has a separate program for cupcakes, but there are only 2 recipes. I want more. And here is a million loaves, but I didn't find a cupcake.
Help pliz!
Tanyusha
Natalie2403 go to the forum, there you will find the section Dough and pastries from it, click and appear at the very top of the cupcakes subsection, and then choose any.
DonnaRosa
Quote: Natalie2403

Hello! We're new.
Where can I find cupcake recipes on the website? And then the bread maker even has a separate program for cupcakes, but there are only 2 recipes. I want more. And here is a million loaves, but I didn't find a cupcake.
Help pliz!
Cupcakes in a bread maker (recipe collection)

https://Mcooker-en.icdself.com/in...7.0
Newbie
Due to the lack of a normal oven, I tried to bake a manna with apples in HP (on soda) (a complete failure, immediately to be thrown out - never baked, failed and curled up), a manna with cottage cheese (a failure, but more edible - not very baked, failed but face retained the form). I think it's because of the insufficient baking temperature. I will not experiment any more. And I want to try stirring up a pie with some filling. Who has experience? Share!
Rarerka
Newbie, but no multicooker?
Newbie
No, and I have nowhere to put it, and there is no desire to pay for lyricism too much.
sazalexter
Newbie, In my HP, it turns out, pies, muffins, casseroles and a bunch of everything https://Mcooker-en.icdself.com/index.php@option=com_smf&topic=143917.0
Natalishka
Newbieand what do you have x.does the stove work without electricity? But in the cartoon you can not only bake, but also many, many things. And very little electricity is consumed
Newbie
Quote: Natalishka
Newbie, what do you have x. does the stove work without electricity?

Why pay for the operation of two devices with minimal gas prices? What cannot be cooked in a frying pan, saucepan, pressure cooker or double boiler? so that a multicooker is vital for this?
Natalishka
Newbie, I have gas too. Until there was a multi, I also thought like you, and did not understand why it was needed. And, to understand, you need to buy it. And in x. I only bake bread and make dough in the oven, everything else is not ice in it. Yes, you yourself are writing about it. And what are the muffins, biscuits, jellied pies, yogurt in the cartoon
Rarerka
Quote: Newbie

Why pay for the operation of two devices with minimal gas prices? What cannot be cooked in a frying pan, saucepan, pressure cooker or double boiler? so that a multicooker is vital for this?
double payment for exploitation no they eat the same
and baking in a cartoon you will succeed
I fully agree with Natalishka
Newbie
Natalishka, walk by, don't linger, don't lead people into temptation
You must first squeeze out of HP to the maximum.
Svetlana Mazqarovna
At my x / stove Atlanta-1425, the mixer stopped working 1.5 months after the purchase, I took it from Magnet, there is no return. But it bakes great. I often bake manniks and muffins there, today I baked chicken from cards. up the sleeve. Convenient for small portions, do not drive the oven with power. 1300W I appeal to the collective mind, what else can I cook in it? I would like to exploit it, since it exists. I now have access to the programs Yoghurt and Baking.

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