Making Bread In A Food Processor

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Great for the chef, features 11-cup work bowl and extra-large feed tube for slicing whole fruits and vegetables. Powerful enough to knead bread with ease. With stainless steel medium, thin and shredding/slicing discs, and chopping blade. 5-year full motor warranty. In white, almond or black. Model DLC-8SY.

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This versatile tool makes us work out of tough cutting tasks quickly, and it's easy to assemble, use and care for.
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Migecon Manual Food Processor is a very easy to use machine.
Step 1. Push the base to make it absorb on the table.
Step 2. Install the container, put it on the base and clockwise rotate to fit the two parts together.
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Step 4. Put the vegetables, meat or what you want to chop into the container. Then cover the lid and rotate the crank to chop or mix your vegetables.
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Blades and bowl are top-rack dishwasher safe. Components come apart for easy cleaning.

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13 cup KitchenAid kfp1333 Food Processor: Making Bread Dough

This KitchenAid food processor will make bread dough, so I wanted to see how hard--or easy--it is to do.

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How To Make Eggplant Bacon + Vegan BLT with The ... - Food to Glow

Sometimes 3 am or 4 am, in which case I am often able to go back to sleep, grasping my deluxe eye mask (ask if you want more details – it’s amazing) down firmly over my eyes just as the sun is barely noticeable in the still-night sky. I may get another hour in the sleep bank. But on better nights/mornings I wake up a little later – say 5 or 5. 30 – and I don’t bother with the whole eye mask palaver. What I do instead is reach for my Kindle and catch up with the Aussies on Twitter… They are often in full party mode, these tweeting Aussies – whatever the day. The other day I spied a news article from the BBC news site – news, not supposition – about a seaweed that tastes of bacon. Well, you would have thought I had said that vegans have secret collections of leather trousers, or kick dogs. Fact {that is the bit I love – he is speaking for every vegan, lol}: vegetarians and vegan do not crave bacon. ” I had a giggle to myself while this poor chap was possibly pounding his laptop into a pool of rare metal goo. But it reminded me that I have for ages wanted to make eggplant bacon. I make coconut bacon – and it is really tasty and fab on salads. But what I also wanted to experience was soft, cooked strips of maple and smoke-infused vegetables to go on a sandwich, or for breakfast. I had heard about eggplant bacon but never tried it, so after a bit of research I sorted out the proportions of the basic ingredients that work best for me. Some recipes I read about use Liquid Smoke , and I use it for coconut bacon. But I wanted to make a bacon that anyone could make without resorting to the Internet, Liquid Smoke not being on grocery shelves in this neck of the woods (i. e. Scotland). So, for the somewhat indignant chap in Australia I will refer to these from henceforth as maple-smoked vegetable strips. Definitely not bacon. The practically drinkable marinade for this easy recipe – an assembly job, really – is also a perfect soaking juice for sliced portabella mushrooms, tofu, tempeh and seitan. For dehydrating, dry according to your machines instructions – you want it still flexible not completely desiccated And, the mayo really is the best I’ve tasted. Don’t skip it unless of course you are making your own ‘real’ mayonnaise instead. 1 heavy aubergine/eggplant. 3 tbsp soy sauce, tamari, shoyu or coconut aminos (I use Clearspring Organic Tamari). 1 tbsp maple syrup. 1 tbsp balsamic vinegar. 1 tbsp apple cider vinegar (or white wine vinegar). 1 tbsp olive oil (I use smoked olive oil). Slightly rounded ¼ tsp smoked paprika. juicy ripe tomatoes, lettuce, avocado mayo (see below) and good bread or wraps (gluten-free if needed – such as Warburton’s new one from the Newburn Bakehouse range) for two to three people. Avocado Mayo. 1 perfectly ripe avocado. ½ tsp apple cider vinegar. Take the aubergine/eggplant and carefully cut long slices, about ¼” thick or less. I find it easiest to initially stand it on one end and slice down then, when it gets thinner and less steady, to lay it on its side and carefully slide the knife from one end to the other. Set the slices aside for now. Make the marinade by adding everything but the aubergine to a small bowl and whisking until glossy and blended. Pour the marinade into a ‘ziploc’ plastic food bag (lr into a ceramic dish) and add the aubergine slices. Seal the bag and gently handle it to get the marinade in all the nooks and crannies. Leave for at least half an hour, turning occasionally. Now, if you are making the mayo, put all of the ingredients into the small bowl of a food processor and blitz until smooth. Taste and adjust if necessary. Cover and set aside. When the aubergines are well flavoured from their little umami bath, heat a griddle pan over a medium flame, take some of the slices, shake them over the bag and lay them on the hot griddle. Leave them to heat and cook, turning them as they get griddle marks. You want them thoroughly cooked but not burned, so you will need to keep a close eye on them ,adjusting the temperature as you see fit. Carry on with the rest of the slices. You will have some marinade left. Source: food to glow

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The Iowa Housewife: Making Bread in Your Food Processor

Typical bread dough, when properly kneaded, should have a soft, pliable texture. If it feels tough, process until it is properly kneaded, about 30 seconds longer.

Pizza Dough
Pizza Dough
Found a recipe in a magazine, and it turned out really well! ______________ Easy Pizza Dough Yields 4 balls of dough for 4 individual 8-9 inch pizzas (1.75 lbs in total) 1 package (2 1/4 tsp) active-dry yeast 1 1/2 cups very warm water (110° F) 18 oz. (4 cups) all-purpose flour; more for dusting 1 1/2 tsp. kosher salt 2 Tbs. olive oil Dissolve the yeast in the water water and set aside (a Pyrex 2-cup measure makes for easy pouring; make sure the cup isn't cold). Meanwhile, put the flour and salt in a food processor fitted with a steel blade; process briefly to mix. With the machine running, add the yeast mixture in a steady stream. Turn the processor off and add the oil. Pulse a few times to mix in the oil. Scrape the soft dough out of the processor and onto a lightly floured surface. With lightly floured hands, quickly knead the dough into a mass, incorporating any bits of flour or dough from that processor bowl that weren't mixed in. Cut the dough into four equal pieces with a...
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Making Bread Crumbs
Making Bread Crumbs
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Bread and Salt
Bread and Salt
The practice of giving bread and salt as house warming gifts is a tradition in many countries, including Russia, Germany, and Romania. Bread is given with hopes that the family will never know hunger. Salt expresses the wish that their lives may have spice. (From an internet information source.) I suggest that the meaning of salt is more basic and complex than just "spice in your life". Before refrigeration, salt was the principal means of PRESERVING vegetables--think sauerkraut (winter cabbage). So it was the other Staff of Life, along WITH bread, that ensured health and longevity. A whiter, quicker (dried yeast powder and the food processor) loaf made yesterday for guests who prefer a lighter loaf than what I usually bake. This loaf was demolished at breakfast!
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making bread in a food processor
making bread in a food processor
Making Bread in Your Food Processor
Making Bread in Your Food Processor
Bread in a food processor!
Bread in a food processor!
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