what order do you put the ingredients in a bread machine?

Question by beentheredonethat21: what order do you put the ingredients in a bread machine?
i bought a bread machine from a flea market and can’t find an instruction manual for it anywhere. i have no idea what order to put the ingredients in it. it’s a amb6200 wilbilt. can anyone help?

Best answer:

Answer by beachgirl
You put the liquids in first, then the flour, make a well in the
middle of the flour and add the salt, sugar, yeast, etc. into
the well. Go to a bookstore and get a bread machine
cookbook, or check one out from the library. Have fun!

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  • ottoe57 says:

    It varies by recipe and machine…. But here. This helps.

  • Eeyore says:

    I hope this helps. This is the best I could find:

    Here are a few recipes and some basic Welbilt bread machine instructions that I hope you’ll find helpful:

    If you would like to order an instruction book or if you need parts here is a sources for Parts and Manuals:

    Tritronics Incorporated

    Nelson’s Appliance

    A few basic recipes posted to our message boards (determine the size of your machine using the chart that follows):

    Welbilt French Bread

    Welbilt Whole Wheat Bread

    Welbilt White Bread

    Welbilt Rye Bread

    Welbilt Raisin Bread

    Welbilt French Wheat Bread

    Welbilt Honey Wheat Bread

    Welbilt Honey White Bread

    To adapt bread machine recipes for your machine
    (smaller loaves may be made in larger machines):

    If a recipe doesn’t include the bread machine size:
    1 lb machine = 2 cups flour maximum
    1 1/2 lb machine = 3 cups flour maximum
    2 lb machine = 4 cups flour maximum

    To find your bread machine pan size:
    Fill the bread pan with water and measure it out in cups
    Less than 10 cups of water = 1 pound
    11-13 cups of water = 1 1/2 pounds
    More than 13 cups of water = 2 pounds

    If your machine has a delay-start option, don’t use it for recipes using dairy products, eggs, or anything else that may spoil when not refrigerated.

    Unless you are using the delay-start the order of ingredients isn’t critical (they’ll all be mixed together when you press the start button anyway!) I like to add the flour then the yeast as the last two ingredients. If using the delay start you want to keep the salt away from the yeast. When making bread machine mixes (packaging the dry ingredients together for gifts or future use) omit the yeast in the mix and add it when making the recipe (don’t forget to include a packet of yeast when giving it as a gift).

    If you’ve purchased a used machine please note that it will need to have a kneading blade to work (a small metal (or maybe plastic) piece that extends up into the pan) some machines may have it built into the pan but usually it is a separate piece.

    Note: Quite a few bread machine recipes I’ve seen have a note to add 2 tablespoons extra water if using a Dak or Welbilt machine. It may or may not be necessary with your machine but if a recipe you’re trying doesn’t work it may help.

    Regarding Welbilt ABM3100 with the Ultra-Fast cycle, I contacted Welbilt and according to them, you can use any quick bread recipe (non-yeast recipe) in the ultra-fast mode. The one thing to watch would be the size of the recipe – if the recipe you want to use makes 2 loaves, divide it in half.

    I have the Breadman Ultimate that I use has a batter bread cycle and I’ve had luck even baking cake mixes in it – just add all ingredients as on the package and choose batter bread (or in your case, ultra-fast). After experimenting I’ve found it best to start checking for doneness about 10-15 minutes before the cycle is complete and take out the cake or bread when done. I’ve made cornbread in it also with good results but, again, it was done about 15 minutes before the cycle was complete.

    Below you’ll find some Welbilt instructions that I’ve collected from old newsgroup postings.

    You’ll find many more recipes in our Bread Machine Recipe Center:


    Happy Baking!

    Welbilt Bread Machine Instructions
    Newsgroups: rec.food.cooking/Jo Ann Hill

    I have an older (four years) low-end Welbilt breadmaker. There is only one page of instructions in the manual; the rest is recipes. The instructions, essentially, are:

    Put the yeast in first, at about the 11:00 position in the pan.

    Put the liquid in last. Temperature should be between 75 and 85, NO

    Select crust (light, medium, dark). Push start.

    When it beeps several times, dough is ready to be removed for other use (e.g., pizza, rolls, breadsticks).

    When it beeps after about 2 1/2 hours and light is flashing, it’s done.

    Take bread out right away to prevent sogginess.

    For best results, don’t use with a timer (I’ve done this, though, and it comes out OK I think).

    For best results, use bread flour (I use about half and half, and it does fine).

    Clean out the spilled flour periodically so it doesn’t cause smoking in the machine.

    It makes a 1-pound loaf (when deciding on amount of ingredients from recipes).

    Basic White Bread Recipe:

    1 1/2 tsp. yeast
    2 cups flour
    1 1/2 tbsp. sugar
    1 tbsp. butter or margarine
    1 tbsp. dry milk
    1 tsp. salt
    3/4 cup water

    Put it all in. Select crust. Push start. Wait two hours. Eat. Yum!

    My best tip for using it: peek in after the dough is all mixed and kneading is taking place. Add flour/water if dough looks too sticky/dry. Add only a teeny bit at a time, it’s easy to overdo!
    Welbilt Bread Machine Instructions 100-4 (the R2D2 model)
    rec.food.baking/Jean LF

    Making the Dough

    Always put the dry yeast in first, then the flour, other ingredients and lastly lukewarm water (77? to 99?F) into the inner pot in order to keep the dry yeast active. Always use soft, lukewarm water. If hard water is used, dough may not rise enough.

    Press the START button to begin the primary kneading of dough.

    Kneading stops and dough begins to rise.

    Secondary kneading begins 5 minutes before kneading is completed, the beeper will sound 5 times indicating the best time to add optional ingredients like raisins for raisin bread, etc.

    The rising of the dough begins again.

    The dough blade rotates, gathering all the dough.

    The final rising of the dough is carried out.

    The heater is turned on and baking starts.

    The beep sound will indicate baking is completed.

    The fan will come on and the bread will cool for approx. 20 to 30 minutes.

    The beep sound indicates baking is completed. Take the bread out.

    The key to baking flavorful bread is efficient heat removal (cooling). Steam can cause the bread to crumble and rob the bread of its aromatic flavor.

    Notes: Always set the clock before adding ingredients. You don’t have to use the delayed timer but the machine will not start unless you have the clock running. Also, set your crust to medium. I found that this is the best for most bread. I hope these directions help you.
    Welbilt Bread Machine (ABM3100)
    rec.food.baking/Sondra Peterson

    Put in the liquid first, then the flour, and last the yeast.

    Basic White Bread

    1 lb loaf
    3/4 cup cold water
    4 teaspoons oil
    4 teaspoons sugar
    1 teaspoon salt
    2 1/4 cups bread flour
    1 1/2 teaspoons active dry yeast or 1 pkg yeast

    Use basic cycle 1, 2, or 3.
    Welbilt (The Bread Machine)

    I believe mine takes a total of 3 hours to knead & rise, knead & rise and then bake. Make sure you DONT have it set on the dough or quick bread cycle. It needs to be on the white or wheat bread cycle if you want it to do knead and rise.

    Welbilt (ABM 4100)
    Newsgroups: rec.food.baking/pheasant

    It’ll mix for about 15-20 minutes, rest for about 25-30 minutes, knead the dough for about 20 more, rise again for 30 minutes or so, punch down for a couple seconds, then final rise. The heating element should come on with about 50 minutes on the timer, and if it’s a Model ABM 4100 like mine, will finish the loaf with about 18 minutes left on the timer.(total bake about 32 minutes) set on medium large.


    Enjoy your bread machine!


    The Recipe Link

  • DEE B says:

    I had the same problem (bought mine at a thrift store for 3 bucks brand new but no manual). I made my own process:
    bread machine mix, yeast in a small pile on top (make a well) then add the warm water. I’ve been doing this for 2 years with all brands of mix, even my homemade. It works perfect everytime. Good luck!

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