Ingredients: 400g bread flour, 60g sugar, 75g dried cranberry, 30g egg, 23t salt, 37G butter, 2.3t yeast, 18G milk powder, 200g water.
1. Weigh all the required raw materials for standby.
2. Melt the butter in water over low heat and let it dry until warm.
3. Pour the water and egg liquid into the toaster first.
4. Pour in salt, sugar, milk powder and melted butter, and stir gently with chopsticks.
5. Pour in high gluten flour.
6. Add yeast powder.
7. Start the toaster, select menu 4 (Hefeng English) and press the start button. The total time of this process is 2:30 hours.
8. After 10 minutes of the first mixing procedure, the dough will ferment for 5 minutes, and then the second mixing. At this time, put the dried Cranberry into the fruit box. When the countdown reaches 2:05, the dried Cranberry will be automatically sprinkled into the bread barrel.
9. From the transparent observation window of the bread maker, you can clearly grasp the changes of dough, and the lighting design is very considerate. At 1:55, the second fermentation starts, at 1:21, the third fermentation starts, until 43 minutes to bake, and the last 21 minutes to color.
10. After baking the bread, put on anti scalding gloves and quickly poke out the bread.
11. Turn the bread upside down on the air rack and keep it warm.
12. Cut into slices with bread knife, waiting for soft bread to enter!
1. In order to let you know more about the making process of one click bread, I tracked the whole process once, and the recorded time data is for your reference only.
2. It’s better not to open the cover of the bread maker during the whole process, especially during the fermentation, so as not to affect the quality of the finished bread.
3. Salt and yeast should be put into the bread machine separately to avoid salt killing yeast and affecting dough fermentation.
4. For the recipe of cranberry toast, I choose 700g in weight and medium in color. The actual weight of the final baked bread is 770g, which is within the normal range of this toaster.