Hand Crank Dough Maker | Vintage Reproduction
The fun easy way to make homemade bread and pastries with no electricity required! Based on the old-fashioned hand-crank vintage dough buckets.
No tedious hand kneading is required!
Just mix ingredients, turn the handle for 3-5 minutes, let the dough rise, form loaves, and bake.
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Includes instruction and recipe sheet. The recipe nets four loaves of bread at a time.
A reproduction dough maker like the vintage bread dough buckets such as the Camco and Mirror Bread Dough Makers.
Lindy’s Dough Mixer
Instructions for use
Lindy’s dough maker can be used for cakes, rolls, bread, pizza, and other goodies
- Wash the dough mixer thoroughly before each use.
- Lightly grease the inside of the mixer with shortening or cooking oil.
- Put 1 cup of water or milk (warmed to 105-115 degrees) in the dough mixer.
- Sprinkle a package of yeast over the top of the water.
- Assemble the mixer and spin the handle to dissolve the yeast.
- Add any remaining ingredients to your recipe and mix.
- Add 3 cups of flour. Spin the handle to make a smooth batter. Then add additional flour and mix until a ball forms and pulls away from the sides of the bowl. (Approximately 3 minutes.)
- Remove the framework from the mixer with the dough hook attached. Cover with lightly greased wax paper and then a clean dish towel. Set in a warm place until the dough doubles in size (1-1/2-2 hours.)
- Remove dough from the mixer onto a lightly floured surface and form as desired.
It is made in India and being imported by Lindy’s an Amish distributor.