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Loave is slanted toward the left side of pan and bakes too dark on bottom and sides

The basic white bread comes out high on right side of pan and lower on the left side, the loaf also is light on top and much darker on bottom and sides.I am weighing ingredients in grams on a new Cuisinart kitchen scale - same problem.

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SOURCE: Top of load doesn't bake completely

Put a tent of foil over top of machine It will reflect the heat and brown more.

Posted on Dec 28, 2007

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SOURCE: Bread is dense and lopsided.

Hi Dan B,

Sorry about your bread problems. It is depressing to me to find an unsatisfactory result after going through the whole baking rigamarole. I had a similar problem early on, but I live in the Denver area, so I was also dealing with the high altitude problems, too. I started using Vital Wheat Gluten in all my bread recipes, and it helped a lot. I use a tablespoon per cup of flour, but you may want to start with a half tablespoon. I also put the salt in with the liquid ingredients, because you're not supposed to let salt touch the yeast. I also make sure to use non-iodized salt, because the iodizing stuff does bad things to the yeast. The final thing I always do is to set the timer for 10 minutes after it starts the knead cycle, and then I open the lid and touch the dough to see if it is too wet (add flour by tablespoons) or too dry (add water by tablespoons), until it feels and looks right to me. You are probably already doing most of these things already, but I thought I'd mention them just in case. Anyway, hope one of these things helps. Happy Baking!

Posted on Apr 02, 2009

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How To Make Bread (without a bread machine)
Step 1 What you'll need
You will need: Yeast - 2 Tbsp Hot-ish* water - 2 cups Bread flour - 5 cups total, 2 for the sponge and 3 for later. (NOT regular flour) Sugar - 2 Tbsp. Salt - 2 tsp. Oil - 2 Tbsp. 3 loaf pans Quick-read thermometer Oven pre-heated to 375 *Hot-ish means betw…
Step 2. Make the sponge
This recipe uses what I call a "sponge." The sponge will activate the yeast and get things started; getting the yeast warm, happy, and ready to go Start by mixing the hot water and the flour. Then, add 2 Tbsp. sugar, 2 Tbsp. oil, 2 Tbsp. yeast, and 2 tsp. salt. Let this sit for about 8 or 10 m…Step 3. Add some flour and knead it
Now you need to add about 3 more cups of flour. I added a little less this time, it really depends on the humidity and how exact your measurements were in the sponge step. Once it gets too tough to stir, flip it onto a clean floured surface. Now, knead away, adding flour as you do so. Knead th…Step 4. Let it rise...
let the dough rise in a warm place for about 45 minutes to an hour. the dough should be about doubled in size by the time it's finished.
Step 5. Into the pans
Punch the dough down (Yes, punch it. Beat the heck out of it. Just don't make a mess), then divide it into 3 parts. Spray the pans and put the dough in. Let it rise again in the pans (covered) util it looks like the second picture.
Step 6. Into the oven
Preheat your oven to 375 F and put the loaves in. Bake them for about 25 minutes. Your quick read thermometer should read between 180 and 190 degrees. Pull the loaves out and place them on their sides on a rack, after a few seconds slide them out of the pans and onto the rack. Let them cool.Step 7 Eat!
Eat it! Share it! etc.! You can do a lot with this recipe... ...You can add nuts, roll it out and add cinnamon and raisins for cinnamon-swirl bread, add your favorite spices, etc. Add sweet potatoes, chunks of cheese, pieces of ham, or whatever suites you.

Also, here can find few recipes about making bread recipes

Hope this helped.

Posted on Jan 24, 2010

Anonymous

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SOURCE: Clock counts down but kneading does not start.

OMG, this just happened to me as well. It was trying to knee our Third loaf since buying it.

Glad to se it is not just us!

Scott

Posted on Mar 29, 2010

daryl441918

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SOURCE: bread does not rise well , drops when baking.

use 1 or 2 tablespoons less liquid. Start with 1 spoon less and go down from there.

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