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Breadmaking Machine

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Re: Breadmaking Machine

Postby Phil » 23 Jun 2020, 18:59

Right, so lets give it another bash.

More accurate measuring/weighing

Found the electric hand mixer which is great to mix all the wet ingredients.

Also found the Kenwood with mixer pieces.

The dough was no better than last time, so it was just dumped onto the baking sheet.

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After 50 minutes it was done.
Tastes fine.



THE DEMON FROM HELL!!!!!! :evil: :evil: :evil:

The Kenwood.
Mix all the dry ingredients.
Looks like a snow storm. C-R-A-P what a mess!

Ok, stop machine and start adding the liquids.

Oooooooooooo, big c-r-a-p bits of dough flying everywhere.

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The little thing that holds the head down while mixing, yes the little knob. Well it sprung itself lose and ooooooooooo, big c-r-a-p bits of dough flying everywhere again.

The dough is still too sloppy, so add another cup of flour - refer to mess above, more of the same.
Looks like a snowstorm! :lol: :lol:

I ended up mixing by hand just to get it finished.

They look ok and taste ok. Again very nice scone recipe.

Took a long time to clean up the counter top and floor and everything else within reach of the snowstorm.

From these experiences there is always a lesson to be learnt ......................

The big question .........

Would you allow your wife to use your power tools in the workshop?

Never!

So why then mess around with her kitchen power tools :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Re: Breadmaking Machine

Postby Malc2098 » 23 Jun 2020, 19:07

:lol:

Great fun! Much better than going to supermarket and buying a loaf.

I've got a Kenwood thingy. It doesn't behave like yours!
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