Beko BKK 2500 manual

View a manual of the Beko BKK 2500 below. All manuals on ManualsCat.com can be viewed completely free of charge. By using the 'Select a language' button, you can choose the language of the manual you want to view.

  • Brand: Beko
  • Product: Bread Makers
  • Model/name: BKK 2500
  • Filetype: PDF
  • Available languages: English, Russian

Table of Contents

Page: 1
This product has been produced in environmentally friendly, modern facilities
Please read this manual first!
Dear Customer,
We hope that your product which has been manufactured in modern facili-
ties and passed through a strict quality control procedure will give you the
best results.
Therefore, we advise you to read through this manual carefully before using
your product and keep it for future reference.
This operation manual will...
...help you use your machine in a fast and safe way.
• Please read the Operation Manual before installing and starting your
machine.
• Particularly follow the instructions related to safety.
• Keep this Operating Manual within easy reach. You may need it in the
future.
• Please read all additional documents supplied with this machine.
Please note that this Operating Manual may be applicable for several other
models. Differences between models will be identified in the manual.
Page: 2
1
Contents
1 Safety Warnings				 2
2 Technical Aspects Of Your Breadmaker 3-4
4 Important Steps For Baking Success 	 8-14
3 Using Your Breadmaker 			 4-7	
5 Maintenance And Cleaning 		 14-15
Page: 3
2
1 Safety Warnings
- Use the breadmaker only for the
purpose described in the instructions
for use.
- Improper use can be dangerous.
- Monitor the breadmaker when used
near children.
- Never allow children to use the
breadmaker without supervision.
- Never immerse the breadmaker,
the lead or plug in water or in any
other liquids.
- Do not use the breadmaker
outdoors.
- Do not place the breadmaker on a
damp cloth.
- Place the breadmaker on a flat
surface.
- Do not place it on or near an
oven, gas cooker or anything of that
nature.
- Make sure that the lead does not
hang over the edge of the counter or
table; someone could trip over it or
catch something on it.
- Always insert the plug in a
grounded outlet.
- Make sure that the lid does not
touch hot objects.
- Never open the breadmaker when
in use.
- Do not use the breadmaker near
flammable substances.
- If you use an extension lead, make
sure that it meets the same require-
ments as your breadmaker.
- Always remove the plug from the
outlet when you are not using the
appliance or when
you clean it.
- Be careful when the breadmaker
is hot, because it can cause serious
burns.
- Do not use the breadmaker with
wet hands.
- Do not use any metal objects in the
bread pan.
- Only use parts that are recom-
mended by the manufacturer.
- Connect the breadmaker to a 230
Volt alternating current.
- We recommend that you stop
using the breadmaker if it shows any
defects or if the lead is damaged.
Have it repaired or replaced by our
service department.
- Do not cover the breadmaker with
a towel or other object.
- Never place more than the recom-
mended amount of ingredients in the
breadmaker because the dough
will run over the bread pan, with all
the consequences.
- Each recipe lists fresh yeast and
dry yeast; you can choose one or
the other.
- Make sure that the yeast does
not come in contact with the salt or
liquid.
Page: 4
3
2 Technical Aspects Of Your Breadmaker
1 Dough mixing lever
Reservoir handle
Reservoir
Body
Cover
Control panel
On/Off button
Power cable
Measurement container
Big measuring spoon
Small measuring spoon
Dough mixing lever release hook
2
3
4
5
6
Voltage : 230 V - 50 Hz
Power : 700 W
Insulation Class : I
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1
1 1
0
1
2
9
10
11
12
Values stated on your product labels or in the
documentation accompanying it are obtained
in laboratory in accordance with the relevant
standards. These values may change depending
on operational and environmental conditions of
the product.
Page: 5
4
3 Using Your Breadmaker
Selection: All programs other than
dough kneading provide 3 different
adjustment levels for crispy crust
(medium, light, dark). You may make
your selection by pressing cooking
selection button.
Stop Start: After selecting the
program and cooking level, press
start button to operate your device.
Press and hold start/stop button
for 3 seconds to stop the device for
any reason when the program has
been selected and the device is in
operation mode.
Timer: You may have your bread
ready any time you wish by using the
timer. Put all the ingredients into the
reservoir in the amounts and order
specified in the manual. Plug in the
device and operate it by turning it on.
Select the programs (other than cake
baking, dough kneading and baking
programs) and baking positions
by using the program and cooking
program selection buttons. Set the
timer by using up / down buttons to
the time you would like to have your
bread ready. Operate by using the
start/stop button; the timer will start
to countdown.
Read these instructions carefully
before using the breadmaker.
Check whether the mains voltage
corresponds with that of the appli-
ance.
Control panel
Use the start/stop button to switch
the breadmaker on and off.
To switch on: Press the start-stop
button 3 to 5 seconds.
To switch off: Press the start-stop
button 3 to 5 seconds.
Important: If you press ‘stop’ during
the Program, the Program will not
resume.
BASIC
QUICK
FRENCH
RAPID
TIMER
WHOLE WHEAT
CAKE
DOUGH
BAKE
MEDIUM
DARK
STOP
SELECTION
CRUST
START
LIGHT
Menu select Program Length of time
1 	 Basic 	 3:00
2 	 Quick 	 2:20
3 	 French 	 3:50
4 	 Rapid 	 1:50
5 	 Whole Wheat 	 3:40
6 	 Cake 	 2:50
7 	 Dough 	 1:30
8 	 Bake 	 1:00
Page: 6
5
Colour
With the exception of program 7,
every program offers three separate
settings for browning the crust. You
can make your choice by pressing
the “colour” button.
• Medium
• Dark
• Light
Delay timer
You can switch on the program with
the delay timer so that you can have
the breadmaker start in the middle
of the night, for example.
Example:
It is 8:00 and you want to have fresh
bread the next morning at 7:00
o’clock.
Put all the ingredients in the loaf pan;
make sure that the yeast does not
come in contact with the liquid.
Choose the desired program with
the button and the desired browning
with the “colour” button. In this
example we use menu 1. This takes
three hours, which means that the
program must start at 04:00. The
time between preparation and start-
ing time is 8 hours. You must there-
fore set the delay timer for 08:00.
You can choose from the follow-
ing programs:
Basic
For the preparation of white and as-
sorted breads. This program is used
most often. The breadmaker kneads
the dough 3 times. After the second
kneading, you will hear a beep.
After this beep you can add the
ingredients. ( olive, raisin, muesli
etc) The entire program takes three
hours.
Quick
For the preparation of white and
assorted breads. The breadmaker
kneads the dough 2 times and
beeps before the second knead-
ing begins. Now you can add the
ingredients. The rising time of the
dough is shortened and baking will
take less time, so the bread will be
smaller. The program takes 2 hours
and 20 minutes.
French
For the preparation of French white
bread. The dough is kneaded 2
times. Both the rising time and the
baking time are longer, resulting in a
thicker crust. The program takes 3
hours and 50 minutes.
Rapid
For the preparation of cake. The
breadmaker stirs once and then
bakes the dough. The program takes
1 hour and 50 minutes.
Whole Wheat
For the preparation of whole wheat
bread with sourdough (leaven). The
breadmaker kneads 2 times, the
dough rises and is baked longer. We
recommend setting the colour on
“dark” for a crispy crust. The pro-
gram takes 3 hours and 40 minutes.
Cake
For the preparation of delicious
Page: 7
6
sourdough (leaven) pastry. The
breadmaker kneads 2 times. The
program
takes 2 hours and 50 minutes.
Dough
With this setting the breadmaker can
knead dough for rolls or pizzas, or
any other recipe that requires
dough. The program takes 1 hour
and 30 minutes.
Bake
This program is for baking only. The
program takes 1 hour.
Comments regarding the recipes
• In order to obtain the best results
every time, you must maintain the
proportions of the ingredients.
• Use the enclosed measuring cup
and measuring spoon, or use a
scale.
• The measuring cup is 250 ml.
• The large measuring spoon is 15
ml, which equals one tablespoon.
• The small measuring spoon is 5 ml,
which equals one teaspoon.
• Make sure that the water is not too
cold; the best temperature is about
28º C (± 83°F).
Possible problems when baking
bread
The bread does not rise…
- Old yeast
- Too little water
- Too little salt
- Incorrect amounts
- Ingredients not at room tempera-
ture
- Put the yeast under the flour so
that it will not come in contact with
salt, sugar or water.
The bread rises too high..
- Use less yeast
- Less water
- Too little salt
The bread looks like a “crater”…
- Used too much water
- Use 2 tablespoons more flour
- The bread remained in the baking
pan too long.
The bread is too heavy…
- Use 2 tablespoons more water
- There are holes in the bread…
- Use 2 tablespoons less water
- Use less yeast
- Use more salt
Page: 8
7
Stages
Of
Preparation
Basic
Quick
French
Rapid
Whole
Wheat
Cake
Dough
Bake
1st.
kneading
10
min
10
min
18
min
8
min
10
min
10
min
20
min
1st.
rising
20
min
5
min
40
min
25
min
5
min
2nd.
kneading
15
min
15
min
22
min
20
min
20
min
2nd.
rising
20
min
20
min
30
min
30
min
20
min
Forming
30
sec
30
sec
30
sec
30
sec
30
sec
Last
rising
49.5
min
50
min
59.5
min
32
min
84.5
min
34.5
min
49.5
min
Baking
65
min
60
min
70
min
70
min
50
min
70
min
60
min
Total
03:00
2:20
3:50
1:50
3:40
2:50
1:30
1:00
1st.
beep
40
min
25
min
75
min
40
min
Keep
warm
phase
60
min
60
min
60
min
60
min
60
min
60
min
N/A
60
min
Page: 9
8
Important Steps For Baking Success
4
1. Place the baking pan with the
kneading hook in the machine.
2. Place the ingredients in the baking
pan in the following order:
• Flour/meal
• Water/ milk
• Butter/margarine
• Sugar
• Salt
Yeast
3. Close the lid and put the plug in
the outlet. Now 0:00 will appear on
the display.
4. Press the selector and choose the
desired colour of the crust.
5. If you wish to use the timer func-
tion, you can set it now.
6. Press the start button.
7. After the 1st beep the ingredients
can be added.
8. The second beep indicates that
the baking process is finished.
9. Remove the baking pan from the
breadmaker and after one minute
remove the bread from the pan
and allow to cool on a rack. BE
CAREFUL! The bread pan and the
bread are hot. Use oven gloves.
10. Switch off the appliance and
remove the plug from the outlet.
H:HH
H:HH appears on the display when
the temperature in the breadmaker is
still too high for the new program.
You will also hear a beep.
U.K. Wiring Instructions
The wires in the mains lead are
coloured in accordance with the fol-
lowing code:
BLUE = NEUTRAL, BROWN = LIVE,
GREEN-YELLOW = EARTH
As the colours of the wire in the
mains lead of this appliance may not
correspond with the colour markings
identifying the terminals on your plug,
proceed as follows:
The wire which is coloured BLUE
must be connected to the terminal
which is marked with the letter N or
coloured black.
The wire which is coloured BROWN
must be connected to the terminal
which is marked with the letter L or
coloured red.
The wire which is coloured GREEN-
YELLOW must be connected to the
earth terminal which is marked with
the letter E or or coloured green
and yellow.
With this appliance, if a 13 amp
plug is used a 13 amp fuse should
be fitted. If any other type of plug is
used a 15 amp fuse must be fitted
either in the plug or at the distribution
board.
Page: 10
9
White Bread
Program: Normal
Recipe for: 		 600 grams 	 800/900 grams
White flour 		 350 grams 	 500 grams
Water 			 210 ml 		 300 ml
Margarine 		 5 grams 		 10 grams
Sugar 			 5 grams 		 10 grams
Salt 			 5 grams 		 10 grams
Fresh yeast or 		 10 grams 		 15 grams
Dry yeast 		 4 grams 		 6 grams
Milk Loaf
Program: Normal
Recipe for: 		 600 grams 	 800/900 grams
White flour 		 350 grams 	 500 grams
Milk 			 210ml 		 300 ml
Margarine 		 5 grams 		 10 grams
Sugar 			 5 grams 		 10 grams
Salt 			 5 grams 		 10 grams
Fresh yeast or 		 10 grams 		 15 grams
Dry yeast 		 4 grams 		 6 grams
Bread Recipes:
Creamy White Bread
Program: Normal
Recipe for: 		 600 grams 	 800/900 grams
White flour 	 350 grams 	 500 grams
Milk 		 210ml 300 ml
Margarine 5 grams 10 grams
Brown sugar 5 grams 10 grams
Salt 5 grams 10 grams
Fresh yeast or 10 grams 15 grams
Dry yeast 4 grams 6 grams
Page: 11
10
Wheat Bread
Program: Normal
Recipe for: 		 600 grams 	 800/900 grams
Whole wheat flour 200 grams 300 grams
White flour 150 grams 200 grams
Water 30 ml 320 ml
Margarine 5 grams 10 grams
Sugar 5 grams 10 grams
Salt 5 grams 10 grams
Fresh yeast or 10 grams 15 grams
Dry yeast 4 grams 6 grams
Whole Wheat Bread
Program: Normal
Recipe for: 		 600 grams 	 800/900 grams
Whole wheat flour 	 350 grams 500 grams
Water 225 ml 325 ml
Margarine 5 grams 		 10 grams
Sugar 5 grams 10 grams
Salt 5 grams 10 grams
Fresh yeast or 10 grams 15 grams
Dry yeast 4 grams 6 grams
Egg Bread
Program: Normal
Recipe for: 		 600 grams 	 800/900 grams
White flour 350 grams 500 grams
Water 200 ml 275 ml
Margarine 5 grams 10 grams
Sugar 5 grams 10 grams
Salt 5 grams 10 grams
Fresh yeast or 10 grams 15 grams
Dry yeast 4 grams 6 grams
Egg yolk 1 yolk 2 yolks
Page: 12
11
White flour 		 350 grams 	 500 grams
Water 			 210 ml 		 300 ml
Margarine 			 5 grams 		 10 grams
Sugar 			 5 grams 		 10 grams
Salt 			 5 grams 		 10 grams
Fresh yeast or 		 10 grams 		 15 grams
dry yeast 			 4 grams 		 6 grams
Fennel seed 		 1 teaspoon 	 1 teaspoon
Aniseed 			 1 teaspoon	 1 teaspoon
serve with cheese, ham or jam)
Hunters Loaf
Program: Normal
Recipe for: 		 600 grams 	 800/900 grams
Hunters flour 350 grams 500 grams
Water 225 ml 325 ml
Margarine 5 grams 10 grams
Sugar 5 grams 10 grams
Salt 5 grams 10 grams
Fresh yeast or 10 grams 15 grams
Dry yeast 4 grams 6 grams
Special Bread
Program: Normal
Recipe for: 		 600 grams 	 800/900 grams
Wheat Bran Loaf
Program: Normal
Recipe for: 		 600 grams 	 800/900 grams
Whole wheat flour 300 grams 450 grams
Wheat bran 30 grams 50 grams
Water 250 ml 375 ml
Margarine 5 grams 10 grams
Sugar 5 grams 10 grams
Salt 5 grams 10 grams
Fresh yeast or 15 grams 20 grams
Dry yeast 5 grams 8 grams
Page: 13
12
Flaxseed Bread
Program: Normal
Recipe for: 		 600 grams 	 800/900 grams
Whole rye flour 		 150 grams 	 225 grams
White flour 		 150 grams 	 225 grams
Water 			 225 ml 		 325 ml
Margarine 			 5 grams 		 10 grams
Sugar 			 5 grams 		 10 grams
Salt 			 5 grams 		 10 grams
Fresh yeast or 		 10 grams 		 15 grams
dry yeast 			 4 grams 		 6 grams
Vinegar 			 1 tablespoon 	 1 tablespoon
Flax seed 			 50 grams 		 60 grams
Cumin 			 1 teaspoon 	 1 teaspoon
Raisin Bread
Program: Normal
Recipe for: 		 600 grams 	 800/900 grams
White flour 320 grams 450 grams
Water 190 ml 270 ml
Butter 15 gram 20 grams
Sugar 5 grams 10 grams
Salt 5 grams 10 grams
Fresh yeast or 20 grams 25 grams
Dry yeast 6 grams 10 grams
Filling:
Raisins 200 grams 250 grams
Currants 100 grams 100 grams
Page: 14
13
Muesli Bread
Program: Normal
Recipe for: 		 600 grams 	 800/900 grams
Wholemeal 		 200 grams 	 250 grams
White flour 		 120 grams 	 200 grams
Water 			 215 ml 		 300 ml
Margarine 			 5 grams 		 10 grams
Sugar 			 5 grams 		 10 grams
Salt 			 5 grams 		 10 grams
Fresh yeast or 		 20 grams 		 25 grams
dry yeast 			 5 grams 		 10 grams
Filling:
Raisins 			 100 grams 	 200 grams
Muesli 			 100 grams 	 150 grams
Our Own Baker’s Favourite Recipe
Program: Normal
Recipe for: 		 600 grams 	 800/900 grams
White flour 320 grams 450 grams
Water of Milk 215 ml 300 ml
Butter 15 grams 20 grams
Sugar 5 grams 10 grams
Salt 5 grams 10 grams
Fresh yeast or 20 grams 25 grams
Dry yeast 5 grams 10 grams
Egg yolk 1 yolk 2 yolks
Cinnamon 10 grams 10 grams
Filling:
Grated apple 150 grams 250 grams
Page: 15
14
Bacon Bread
Program: Normal
Recipe for: 		 600 grams 	 800/900 grams
Wholemeal 		 200 grams 	 300 grams
White flour 		 150 grams 	 200 grams
Water 			 210 ml 		 300 ml
Margarine 			 15 grams 		 20 grams
Sugar 			 5 grams 		 10 grams
Salt 			 5 grams 		 10 grams
Fresh yeast or 		 10 grams 		 15 grams
dry yeast 			 4 grams 		 6 grams
Filling:
Boiled bacon 		 75 grams 		 100 grams
Shallot 			 1 pinch 		 1 pinch
Maintenance And Cleaning
5
- Always clean the breadmaker be-
fore first use with a mild cleaner; also
clean the kneading hook.
- Allow the appliance to cool first be-
fore cleaning it and putting it away.
After 1/2 hour the breadmaker
has cooled off enough for you to
use it again for baking or preparing
dough.
- Before cleaning, always remove the
plug from the outlet and allow the
appliance to cool off.
- Never use aggressive cleaners,
such as chemical cleaners, oven
cleaners, and so on.
- Remove all ingredients and crumbs
from the lid, housing and the pan
with a damp cloth.
- Never immerse the breadmaker in
water, and never fill the appliance
with water. You can easily remove
the lid by placing it at an angle of 45º
and pulling it loose.
- Clean the housing on the inside
and outside with a damp cloth.
Always clean and dry the appliance
carefully after each use.
- The kneading hook and shaft must
be cleaned immediately after every
use.
- If the kneading hook remains in the
pan after use, it can be difficult to
remove it later. But if that is the
case, fill the pan with warm water,
wait 30 minutes, and remove the
kneading hook so you can clean it.
The pan and the kneading hook both
have a non-stick coating. You should
therefore never use metal
kitchen utensils that could scratch or
damage the surface.
- It is normal for the colour of the
non-stick coating to change after the
first few uses. This does not
Page: 16
15
affect the functioning of the appli-
ance.
- Before putting away the bread-
maker, make absolutely sure that it is
totally cooled off, clean and dry.
Always store the appliance with the
lid closed.

Question & answers

There are no questions about the Beko BKK 2500 yet.

Ask a question about the Beko BKK 2500

Have a question about the Beko BKK 2500 but cannot find the answer in the user manual? Perhaps the users of ManualsCat.com can help you answer your question. By filling in the form below, your question will appear below the manual of the Beko BKK 2500. Please make sure that you describe your difficulty with the Beko BKK 2500 as precisely as you can. The more precies your question is, the higher the chances of quickly receiving an answer from another user. You will automatically be sent an e-mail to inform you when someone has reacted to your question.