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Tiered Cake Maker

Safeway Love To Bake Mini-Tiered Cake Maker bakes 3 different sized mini cakes at one time so you can easily create a 12cm high, tiered masterpiece. Works with a range of cake batters. Bakes cake pieces in just 6 minutes. Non-stick cooking plates ensure fuss-free cake removal and easy cleaning.

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Safeway Mini-Tiered Cake Maker

Detailed Description:
Celebrate the moment. Makes 3 different sizes of mini-tiered cakes at one time. Cakes measures 12 cm high when sandwiched together. Non-stick cooking plates. Power on and ready indicator light with locking hatch. For over 30 years, Safeway has been providing South African homes with an extensive range of quality electrical appliances. Exclusive to Clicks and trusted by our customers, Safeway products are designed to be reliable and offer exceptional value. Did you know? Safeway has a broad range of products suited for your home consisting not only of household appliances but also audio and digital products, scales, plugs, adaptors, batteries, fans and heaters. We also offer an extensive range of personal grooming products including hairdryers, hair straighteners, men's shavers, hair clippers, body groomers and massage products. Clicks promise: all electrical merchandise is covered by a 12-month guarantee, from date of purchase excluding defects that occur due to normal wear and tear. Talk to us... 0860 254 257. Guarantee: 12-month guarantee. Recyclable. Paperboard carton. Model no: SBNM028. Owner's manual. Model number: SBNM028. Congratulations on choosing a Safeway product. Compare our designs, features, quality and prices with any other brand and you'll be pleasantly surprised! For over 30 years, Safeway has been providing South African homes with an extensive range of quality electrical appliances. Exclusive to Clicks and trusted by our customers, Safeway products are designed to be reliable and offer exceptional value. Please read this instruction manual before using your Safeway product and keep it in a safe place for future reference. If you pass the appliance on to anyone else, please include this manual. We also recommend you keep the packaging until you are satisfied that this product is operating correctly. You've made an excellent choice and we wish you many happy years of use! Specifications: Model: SBNM028. Voltage: 220-240V - 50/60 Hz. Power: 730- 870W. Product overview: 1. Power light. 2. Ready light. 3. Upper housing. 4. Upper cooking plate. 5. Bottom cooking plate. 6. Bottom housing. 7. Handle lock. Guarantee: Electrical and hi-tech products are covered by a 12 (twelve) month guarantee. Clicks reserves the right to test the product to confirm the alleged defect before the product will be replaced or refunded. Please note that this guarantee excludes degradation and/or defects arising as a result of normal wear and tear and/or misuse of the product caused by overloading, negligence, accidental or improper use. Any changes made to this appliance, cord or sealed plug will invalidate the guarantee, as would any attempted repair to the appliance while under the guarantee period.

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Love to bake. Safeway. Mini-tiered cake maker. Bakes in 6 minutes. Trusted quality. Exceptional value. 12 month guarantee. 870 W appliance wattage. Complete with 3-prong plug.


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Usage instructions:
Create irresistible tiered cakes! Recipe: Ingredients: 175g unsalted butter. 175g castor sugar. 3 eggs. 175g self-raising flour. 1 tsp vanilla extract. 3 tbsp milk. Cream butter and sugar together until light and fluffy. Add eggs one at a time and mix well. Add sifted flour, vanilla extract and milk and mix gently, taking care not to over mix. Pre-heat appliance until ready. Drop spoonfulls into each mould, taking care not to overfill. Bake for 6 minutes until completely cooked through. Cool before decorating. Decorating: Chocolate ganache: 1 small tin dessert cream. 100g milk chocolate. Melt chocolate in a bowl over boiling water and add cream. Stir 'til a smooth, glossy consistency and allow to cool. Sandwich cakes together with apricot jam and decorate with chocolate ganache. Directions for use: 12-month guarantee. Safety precautions and directions for use are included in the owner's manual. Before first use: Remove all packaging material and please check carefully, making sure that the mini tiered cake maker is in good condition. There should be no cracks on the unit and no damage to the cord or plug. Do not discard of any packaging until all accessories have been removed. Confirm that the voltage indicated on the appliance corresponds with the voltage in your home. Remove any adhesive labels or stickers before use. Carefully wipe the exterior and the baking plates with a warm, soft, damp cloth and remove any dust that may have accumulated. Wipe dry with a clean towel. Do not operate the appliance with the upper lid opened. Operation: Take care around the hot surfaces of your mini tiered cake maker. Steam may escape during cooking and when the lid is lifted. Use a tea towel or oven gloves when opening or closing the lid to avoid getting burnt. 1. Insert the plug into a wall socket. 2. The orange indicator light will go on, indicating the mini tiered cake maker has begun preheating. 3. Prepare the cake mixture for the mini tiered cake maker. 4. When the green light illuminates it is an indication that the mini tiered cake maker has preheated and has reached the correct temperature for cooking. Note: during the cooking process, the green indicator light will cycle on and off. This indicates that the appliance is maintaining its baking temperature. 5. Apply butter, margarine or vegetable oil evenly to the non-stick cooking surface. This can be applied with a paper towel, brush or non-stick oil spray. The oil will help protect the non-stick quality of the cooking surface. This should be done periodically to maintain the non-stick quality. 6. Divide the mixture into the pan holes as per recipes, using a jug & spoon or fabric piping bag. Add enough mixture to the almost fill the moulds, but do not over fill as the mixture will expand when baked. Note: do not use disposable plastic piping bags as these may melt if they come into contact with hot cooking surfaces. 7. Gently close the lid, ensuring the latch locks in place. Do not slam the lid down as it may cause the mixture to run off the cooking plates. 8. Allow to cook for approximately 5-6 minutes or until golden, adjusting the time to suit your own individual taste. 9. Open the latch and lift the lid gently. The cakes should be golden and spongy. Test with a cocktail stick, if the stick comes out clean they are ready. If necessary, close the lid again and continue cooking for 30 seconds at a time. 10. To remove the cakes, always use a heat-proof plastic or wooden spatula. Never use a sharp or metal object, as this will damage the non-stick surface of the cooking plates. 11. Once you are finished cooking, disconnect the plug from the wall outlet socket and leave the unit open to cool. Suggested recipes: Victoria sponge cake: Victoria sponge cake batter works very well. Different flavourings can be added to create different types of cakes. Ingredients: Cake: 150g self-raising flour. 150g margarine. 150g golden castor sugar. 3 large eggs. 1 x tsp vanilla extract. 1 tbsp water. Decoration: Vanilla buttercream icing (see icing recipe below). 3 tbsp. raspberry jam. Makes: 6 x large cakes. 6 x medium cakes. 6 x small cakes. Cooking time: 5 - 6 minutes. Tips: It is very important to condition the cooking plates before each cake is cooked (see instruction manual), as this will help prevent them from sticking. The cakes will steam during cooking. When steaming stops, it usually means that the cakes are cooked. Sandwich the cakes for each tier together with the flat bottoms uppermost, as this makes constructing the tiers easier. Method: 1. Condition the cooking plates (see instruction manual). 2. Switch the mini tiered cake maker on to pre-heat. 3. Put all the cake ingredients together in a mixing bowl. With an electric mixer, beat for 1 minute until light and fluffy. 4. Spoon the mixture into the mini tiered cake maker's wells. Spoon 2 teaspoons into the large wells, 1 teaspoon into the medium and 1/2 a teaspoon into the smallest wells. 5. Cook for 2-3 minutes and test with a cocktail stick. Insert stick into the centre and if it comes out clean, the cakes are done. 6. Switch off the mini tiered cake maker. 7. Leave to cool for 30 seconds to 1 minute before removing the cakes to cool. 8. Decorate by sandwiching together 4 cakes of the same size with raspberry jam and buttercream icing and dust with icing sugar. Cake flavour variations: Chocolate cake: Add 1 tablespoon of cocoa powder to the cake mix and decorate with the melted chocolate and/or chocolate ganache. Coffee and walnut cake: Replace the water with 1 x tablespoon of strong, instant espresso coffee and decorate with a coffee buttercream icing and walnuts. Icing recipes: Buttercream: Buttercream is made by creaming butter until pale with icing sugar, vanilla and milk. This soft, buttery icing can be spread over a cake or piped into patterns. It can also be flavoured or have colouring or chocolate added to it, and is perfect for small cakes such as the tiered cakes produced in the mini tiered cake maker. Buttercream icing recipe: 125g unsalted butter, softened. 250g icing sugar, sifted. 2 tablespoons milk. Beat butter in a small bowl with an electric mixer until it is as white as possible. Gradually beat in half the icing sugar, milk, then beat in the remaining icing sugar. Flavour and colour as desired. Glace icing: Glace icing is a smooth, runny, glossy icing made by beating icing sugar into water. Often flavourings such as orange, chocolate or coffee are added to this very simple icing. Decorations such as hundreds and thousands, sweets and nuts can be pressed or rolled into wet glace icing before it sets. It's advisable to use a little boiling water to melt the sugar thoroughly, then add more water gradually, by the teaspoon, stirring after each addition until you've reached the desired consistency. Remember that it's easier and more economical to thin glace icing by adding more water than to thicken it by beating in more icing sugar! Basic glace icing recipe: 100g icing sugar - sieved. 15ml spoon/ 1 tbsp. water. Lemon icing: Add the finely grated zest of 1 small lemon. Replace the water with 1 tbsp. of lemon juice. Cream cheese icing: The combination of cream cheese, butter and icing sugar makes a deliciously fluffy, cream-coloured icing and is often used for cakes such as the carrot cake. Cream cheese icing recipe: 50g butter, softened. 100g cream cheese, softened. 240g icing sugar, sifted. Beat butter and cheese in a small bowl with an electric mixer until light and airy. Gradually beat in sifted icing sugar until the icing is fluffy. Melting chocolate: Chocolate should be heated carefully to prevent it from seizing through overcooking. Melt the chocolate just before you intend to use it, as it's difficult to re-melt chocolate successfully. 1. Break the chocolate into small pieces and add to a heat-proof bowl. 2. Add a little boiling water to a saucepan and heat until simmering. 3. Suspend the bowl over the simmering water, but do not allow the base of the bowl to touch the water. Heat the chocolate, stirring regularly until almost completely melted, and then remove from the heat. The residual heat of the bowl will melt any remaining lumps. 4. Dip the cake pops into the melted chocolate and then into the vermicelli or sprinkles while chocolate is still wet. Stand dipped cakes in the Styrofoam block to dry. Chocolate ganache: This is a thick and creamy chocolate frosting that makes an excellent finish for tiered cakes. Chocolate ganache recipe: 150g chocolate (at least 70% cocoa solids). 150ml of double cream. 1. Break the chocolate into a bowl. 2. Add the cream. 3. Melt the cream and chocolate together over a saucean of boiling water (as for melting chocolate). 4. When melted, remove from the heat. Stir to combine and allow to cool and thicken before using. Care and cleaning: Do not commence cleaning until the device has cooled down completely. Disconnect the power plug from the mains supply. Wipe the non-stick coated plates with a cloth rinsed in hot water and washing detergent. Never use hard abrasive powders, wire wool or hard abrasive scourers. Wipe dry with a clean cloth or an absorbent kitchen towel. Caution: do not immerse the appliance in water or any liquid.

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Tiered cake maker 5.0
Anonymous reviewer , 28 Jul 2018

I just bought one and I can't wait to try and make every flavored mini tiered cake ✔👌👍👌✔

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