Dough Maker Reviews
What is Atta Maker & Bread Maker?
Kneading atta manually is not only tiring but also unhygienic. Dedicated to improve health of consumers, KENT has introduced Atta Maker and Bread Maker. The innovative appliance makes it easy to prepare atta dough with one touch operation and ensures that you eat hygienic rotis and pooris at home. In addition to atta dough, the innovative appliance also helps you prepare freshly baked bread at home. Ready-made breads are not only full of preservatives but also prepared in unhygienic conditions. With the help of KENT Atta and Bread Maker, you can make fresh and healthy breads using any flour and choicest additives.
Uses of KENT Atta and Bread Maker
Unlike the conventinal Atta Makers, which only prepare dough, Kent’s innovative Atta & Bread Maker comes with 19 pre-set functions. As a result, in addition to atta dough and freshly baked breads, you can also prepare a number of other food items. Now easily prepare pizza dough, cake, yogurt, jam, sticky rice, rice wine and desserts using Kent Atta & Bread Maker. In addition to these dishes, it also stir-fries and defrosts food items.
Where to buy KENT Electric Atta & Bread Maker?
So, what are you waiting for? Simplify your kitchen chores and buy this innovative appliance from the comfort of your home or office. The innovative appliance is available at all the leading online platforms such as Amazon and Flipkart. You can also buy the product from the online store of KENT. You can shop for the kitchen appliance at the best available price from the online platforms.
Add all ingredients into your bread machine in the order recommended by the manufacturer. Make sure that the water is warm enough to proof the yeast (about 105-110 degrees).
Turn your bread machine to the dough setting and let ‘er go! After a couple minutes check on your dough. Make sure that the ingredients are thoroughly combined and that the dough is not too wet or too dry. Depending on where you live and the flour you use there can be some variances in the dough. If it’s too dry, add 1 tsp of water at a time. If the dough is too sticky, add 1 tsp of flour at a time.
The dough will raise nicely during the dough cycle. Isn’t it pretty? It never ceases to amaze me what a little yeast can do