Converting Bread Recipes for Use in an ABM  Hints, Tips and Tricks  781 reads

*reduce yeast to 1 teaspoon for 1-1/2 - pound machine or 1-1/4 teaspoon for a 2 - pound machine.

*Reduce the amount of flour to 3 cups for a 1-1/2 - pound machine or 4 cups for a 2 - pound machine.

*reduce all other ingredients by the same proportion as you reduce the flour. If a range is given for the flour, use the lower amount to figure the reduction proportion. for example, for a 1-1/2 - pound bread machine, a recipe calling for 1 pkg. of yeast and 4-1/2 cups flour would be decreased to use 1 teaspoon yeast and 3 cups flour. Since this is a 1/3 decrease in the flour, also decrease the remaining ingredients by 1/3.

*if a bread uses 2 or more types of flour, add the flour amounts together and use that total as the basis for reducing the recipe. The total amount of flour used should be only 3 or 4 cups, depending on the size of your loaf.

*use bread flour instead of all-purpose flour or add 1 to 3 tbsps. gluten flour to the all-purpose flour. If your recipe contains any rye flour, add 1 tablespoon of gluten flour even when bread flour is used.
Rating 2.49/5
Rating: 2.5/5 (116 votes)
View this article in PDF format Print article

QR Bookmark This Page

QR Code to access this page
This website use cookies. By browsing on this website you accept the usage of cookies ( Cookie policy )
Design by: XOOPS UI/UX Team