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    ^ A fair appraisal, although we shall see with the breadmaker. It does serve a few purposes unlike the others you've mentioned

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    Yeah, looks a bit like getting married in Patterz rather than sticking with delivery.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    It seems strange to make scrambled eggs in one... even I can put together decent scrambled eggs just using a saucepan!

    Do you have Makro in Malaysia? Even out in the sticks in Korat we can get decent brown bread from Makro.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    Do you have Makro in Malaysia?
    There are some great bakeries here. The Indians love their roti and there are loads of places to buy fresh bread and foods from back home.Although the Malay seem to love their sweet bread like the Thais.

    I'm still not getting any bread smell although it is still on rise and will be on bake next.

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    ^ I spent around four years living in Kuantan, the other side of the peninsula from where I guess you are.

    One of my favourite breakfasts was the roti canai with dahl. I much prefer Indian food to Thai food.

    One thing about homemade bread... it makes great fishing bait. It's usually so hard and stodgy it stays on the hook really well.

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    Dilly? Pictures? Taste Test? Too ashamed???
    How do I post these pictures???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    It seems strange to make scrambled eggs in one... even I can put together decent scrambled eggs just using a saucepan!

    Do you have Makro in Malaysia? Even out in the sticks in Korat we can get decent brown bread from Makro.
    Yup. The "Farmhouse" brand lasts for months also..

    The need to make our own bread vanished with the arrival of a couple of (very good) local bakeries here in Banchang a few years ago. Both still doing good business.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bettyboo View Post
    Dilly? Pictures? Taste Test? Too ashamed???


    Not a bad first effort. I haven't tasted it yet had to go out. House smelled great earlier

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    I passed my Breadmaker on to one of my sisters.

    It was great first thing in the morning just hot out of the machine, two doorsteps with carved butter slabs. The problems is that i wanted the bread for sandwiches and no matter what i tried with variying ingredients the fooking bread just started to get crumbly by day two. The sandwiches literally fell apart. Gave up after about 6 weeks. Was a top of the range panasonic, great crust.

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    Yeah, apparently this freshly baked stuff without oodles of preservatives doesn't last long. I'm sure I remember a time, as a nipper, when eggs, bread and milk lasted about 10% of the time they last nowadays.

    Dilly is back to the 70s.

    &, we need to see that bread cut open and a taste test.
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    ^ it does have a great crust. Takes some sawing through.


    On closer inspection its like a bread crumpet cross..Result

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    ^ you've fuk'd that up, Dilly - it's not supposed to be like that!

    But, you may be onto something; this could be your second million on the way!
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    Chiabata?.

    Should this be in the Malaysian cooking thread.

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    ^ How many Brumpets shall I put you down for bruv?

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    Crumpet bread would be a master stroke. Contact Hovis, Dilly, they will be creaming their panties when they hear about this!!!



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    Quote Originally Posted by kmart View Post
    Yup. The "Farmhouse" brand lasts for months also..

    The need to make our own bread vanished with the arrival of a couple of (very good) local bakeries here in Banchang a few years ago. Both still doing good business.
    This is the bread I get from Makro... it's not bad at all.

    The main problem is it's not square so it doesn't fit in the toastie maker.


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    ^ that does look nice, but it's not crumpet-bread... &, Dilly's Brumpret loaves are perfectly square.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    ^ it does have a great crust. Takes some sawing through.


    On closer inspection its like a bread crumpet cross..Result
    That's about the best we ever managed with ours... Broke around 3 bread knives trying to carve through the crust alone.

    One week later your new toy will languish in the cupboard of dusty, unused kitchen machinery, same as ours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bettyboo View Post
    I've heard that these can make some really good bread, so good luck.

    I also reckon it I'll be in the box in a cupboard after two weeks, never to be seen again. Useless appliances 101.

    Next to the waffle iron?
    Better to think inside the pub, than outside the box?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bettyboo View Post
    nice
    Oh yes.

    Nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VocalNeal View Post
    Next to the waffle iron?
    Waffle Irons go into Dilly's sextoy cupboard rather than the unused appliances cupboard.
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    Trendy fashions tend to pass in time.

    As will this one.


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    This is going the way of Mendip's;

    In-car audio from phone (In-car audio from phone)thread.

    To ensure a sharp quick cut of your

    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    Brumpets
    one of these may be useful:

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    Lazada surely has a kitchen counter top version.

    Have you had a chat with "Phrabat Somdet Phra Paramendra Ramadhibodi Srisinra Maha Vajiralongkorn Mahisara Bhumibol Rajavarangkura Kitisirisumburna Adulyadej Sayamindradhipeshra Rajavarodom Borommanat Pobitra Phra Vajira Klao Chao Yu Hua's" Head of Household?

    A good report and this may be an example to follow:

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    Quote Originally Posted by HuangLao View Post
    As will this one.
    I'm sure he will offer it to a lucky TD MasterBaker.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    About the halfway point



    Making a medium loaf. Teaspoon of yeast, 400 grams of bread flour, 15g of butter, teaspoon of sugar and one of salt and 280ml of water.

    Couldnt find a way to turn it down to 4 hours instead of 4 and a half so in a dilemma whether to take it out 30 mins earlier.

    No smell of bread in the house yet and I heard some funny noises coming from it earlier. Maybe I didnt put the kneading knife in properly.

    Expecting a Chitty Crocker style outcome.

    Well done. Your first one. Sod what it looks like if it tastes nice.
    When you say medium loaf in size/weight, is that 500gms or 750?
    Here's what i do for a 500 gm loaf;
    340 gms flour, 240 ml water,
    teaspoon of yeast may be too much unless its a 750 gm loaf, ditto salt & sugar.
    I know all bread machines are slightly different but a medium crust 500 gm loaf in mine is 3.35 hrs and a 1kg loaf is 3.55 hrs.
    Keep at it.
    Oh, and i now substitute olive oil for butter, just easier in measuring and throwing all the ingredients in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thaiguzzi View Post
    Well done. Your first one.
    Looks good.


    Can you grate up some mull and add that in?

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