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Morphy Richards 48271 Accents Breadmaker Stainless Steel


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  • Fastbake
  • Choice of 12 settings
  • 13 hour programmable timer
  • 3 crust settings
  • Recipe/instruction booklet included
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Product details

  • Boxed-product Weight: 10 Kg
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  • Item model number: 48271
  • ASIN: B0010YPB3Q
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 12 July 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (36 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 359,649 in Kitchen & Home (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Home)
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Manufacturer's Description

The smell of baking bread is a delight to the senses and now baking your own bread is easy. Simply place all the ingredients in the non stick bread pan and the breadmaker will automatically mix, knead, prove and bake a loaf in as little as 88 minutes. The breadmaker has a number of features including three curst settings, allowing you to bake bread just the way you like it. A recipe book is also included to help get you started.

Box Contains

  • 1 x Breadmaker
  • 1 x breadmaking pan
  • 1xkneading blade
  • 1s 1/4 & 1/2 Tsp measuring spoon
  • 1x measuring cup
  • 1x instruction booklet/recipes

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    112 of 114 people found the following review helpful By Mr. M. Dunn on 27 Feb 2009
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    I like the looks of this breadmaker, a little large for some maybe but with some good features. there is a delay timer so i can set it to run at night for when i'm on early shifts, touchscreen controls on top, a light that can be turned on and off so you can see through the viewing window, this one will start mixing as soon as you press start, where the panasonic 254/255 just sits doing nothing for a while before mixing, there is 12 programs apart from size [1/1.5/2lb] and colour of crust settings. The bowl needs to be lightly greased/oiled each use before adding ingredients and is non stick, a little less sturdy than the panasonic bowl but still good. The book has a selection of recipies in it specifically for this mixer and the ingredients are listed in the order that they must be added, and will also do jam.
    The reason i bought this one, the panasonic with the delay timer [sd255 model] cost £30 more when i purchased this, and the offer price on the morphy richards made it much better value, plus the morphy is better looking in stainless.
    Have had a morphy before but it was a cheaper model and results were very hit and miss with that one, this one gave me great bread from 1st use, have only had one failure due to trying to use the machine to make dough then baking in oven but did not rise well.
    Have been using the cheaper brands, eg asda fast acting yeast and tesco skimmed milk to keep cost of ingredients down but still get top results. stick to the quantities in the book not whats on the back of the yeast sachet and water 1 part boiled to 5 parts cold, not too hot. The hole in the bottom of the bread left by the paddle is a lot smaller in this machine than the last morphy and so far the paddle has stayed in the pan not the bread.
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    22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Paul Millership on 23 Mar 2009
    I thought of buying a bread maker some years ago but I when I did my research I found that most of the responses I received from friends and family said that they did not like them and that the bread was poor, however since my work mate kept bringing in his sarnies made with bread from a machine I thought I'd take the risk and try one. I wanted a good one and after more research opted for this one and I do not regret it for one minute. It is brilliant, we follow the recipes from the book that comes with it and it produces greats results time after time. We make at least two loaves a week. It costs a little more for the ingredients than buying bread but it is well worth it because we buy the best ingredients. I recommend putting the maker on the timer on a Saturday night and waking up on a Sunday morning to the smell of baking bread - marvelous, then having fresh bread for breakfast. When the bread is four or five days old it is still good to eat because it makes great toast by cutting door stops about 20mm thick with spread and marmalade. This machine is well priced on Amazon as it was cheaper than on Morphy Richards's own website. It is well made and stylish for any kitchen and well worth buying if you like home made bread.
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    23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By L. Thompson on 15 Feb 2009
    Bought because it is a WHICH "best buy" and so far it hasn't disappointed. I make about four large loaves a week on average and have found that it makes the same types of bread reliably and consistently, though this does also rely on reasonably accurate measuring of the ingredients. It is a bit noisy when mixing the ingredients, but not excessively so and not enough to make me not use it. The only slightly annoying point is the fact that the mixing, (which doesn't retract or fold over on this model) leaves a fair sized hole in the base of the loaf, but I can live with that.
    The recipes provided make good tasting bread, work well and are easy to follow, with some scope for modifying the amounts of salt and sugar used.
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    11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By CD on 19 Mar 2009
    This is the first breadmaker I have bought or used and I have had it for about 1 month and am very pleased with it. So far I have had more success with white loaves which seem to rise much better than wholemeal ones. I also think that the instruction book could contain a few more recipes but the ones it does contain have worked well. I have ordered a breadmaker book for additional recipes.
    This breadmaker is very easy to use and also easy to clean. Sometimes the 'dough paddle' stays in the bread when you've turned it out and it is a bit awkward to retrieve, especially from hot bread! I have seen other breadmakers which have a dispenser which add seeds, etc to the bread at the correct time during the bread cycle. This breadmaker just beeps for a few seconds to let you know when to add seeds, etc. Although it is useful that it beeps, if you are not in the kitchen at that particular time it is very easy to miss the beeps and there is no reminder either on the screen or a few minutes later, so I have started adding the seeds when I first put all the ingredients in because I was getting fed up with missing the beep signal! This has worked so far.
    Overall I am very pleased with the machine which also looks good.
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    10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By michelle on 20 Jan 2010
    We have had our bread maker for nearly 2 years now and the 3rd baking pan is leaking at the bottom where the kneading blade goes. The first 2 baking pans we immersed them in water when washing as the instructions do not advise against this, on ringing Morphy Richards they said the pan should not be immersed but just wash the inside of the baking pan, we did this on 'no. 3' and now this one is also leaking like the previous 2. Has this happened to anyone else?? I will ring Morphy Richards tomorrow to get pan number 4 whilse it is under guarantee, if that fails I will never buy Morphy Richards breadmakers again - after all they're not cheap!
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