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Kenwood BM350 Stainless Steel Breadmaker
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- 58 Minute rapid bake
- Convection fan gives crispier bread
- Makes 500g, 750g & 1kg loaves
- 14 Different programmes for all types of bread plus jam and speciality doughs
- 12 Hour delay timer allows you to bake a loaf ready for breakfast
- 1 Hour keep warm
- 8 Minuted power interuption memory re-starts to programme automatically
- Light, medium and dark crust settings
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Key Features Convection fan gives crispier crust Making simple everyday bread couldnt be easier add the ingredients, select the program, enjoy your bread! Sometimes you need a fresh loaf quickly the unique Rapid Bake button creates an everyday white loaf in just 58 minutes 500g, 750g and 1kg loaves can be prepared to meet all of your needs Select from 14 programs baking bread to suit your tastes daily bread, or something more special can be achieved easily Satisfy your sweet tooth making Jams, cakes and a sweeter loaf Bake specialist loaves in your oven after using the Dough cycle, or for an extra special result use the Artisan dough setting Youll get a lovely crisp crust thanks to the convection fan Kenwood measuring cup and spoon are included - accurate measurements provide better bread With the 12 hour delay timer your bread can be ready just when you need it Push button controls clearly marked and with great looking chromed detailing 8 minute power interruption memory restarts your program without needing to start again Clear LCD display with program status 1 hour keep warm function Light, medium and dark crust colour settings
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Top Customer Reviews
I have been really pleased with this product.The only issues have been caused by me!!
I didn't read all the instructions at first and this was a stupid thing to do as I assumed that the machine was more difficult than it is.....
I also didn't check out the correct type of yeast to use and bought one that specifically said it wasn't for bread machines!!( I still managed to use it though and baked a great loaf)
So how does this work? Really well, just put in the correct ingredients, in the correct order, press the correct setting and THEN LEAVE THE MACHINE ALONE TO DO ITS WORK.....This is actually the most important point you don't actually need to do anything except put in the right ingredients.
The way to make this work is to just use the really good recipe book that's included.
To make a good white loaf just put the ingredients into the bread pan and put the machine on. The machine defaults to the correct setting for a large white loaf, and then press start. Leave alone for about 3 hours and then take out a lovely loaf....
I have also made a cake, its the same idea, ingredients in, press the setting for cake then leave until finished....
This machine is excellent, I have made bread, dough and cake, it's really easy...
You can also make jam....
If you don't want to measure ingredients etc then just buy a ready put together pack add water and thats it....I tried a Hovis granary, put in water,pack and pressed the correct setting and that's it!!! EASY!!!
Tonight I timed myself, I put the ingredients in the pan after measuring out etc and it took five minutes from the beginning to pressing the start button.....
So don't be scared about this (I was a bit) just give it a go and you will be eating lovely, fresh preservative free bread before you know it......
This breadmaker is large (about 39 cm wide x 24 cm deep x 32 cm tall) and heavy, finished in brushed steel with a white stripe round the top. It wouldn't be easy to put away between uses, so it would be best to leave it out on the work surface.
All the controls are on the top. There are thirteen programme settings plus a quick bake option, three weights (500g, 750g and 1kg), and three crust finishes (light, medium or dark - there's a fan to help finish the crust). The bread pan is easy to remove and replace (it's a push fit), and stands up on its own (quite small) base when you're adding the ingredients. It looks as though it might fall over and spill the ingredients, but in practice this hasn't been a problem. A plastic measuring cylinder and an adjustable measuiring spoon are included, and an operating manual and recipe book. Neither copy of the recipe book I received was in English, but there was an English version as a PDF on the included CD.
As long as you follow the instructions carefully (getting the quantities and order of adding the ingredients right), making a basic white loaf is very easy, and pretty reliable. It takes three and a half hours to produce a finished steaming-hot loaf, and the wonderful aroma of baking bread during the last hour is absolutely wonderful. The breadmaker will keep the bread warm for up to an hour. The bread tips out easily, and you really need to leave it on a rack to cool for a few minutes before you slice it.Read more ›
Having just used this for my first two loaves, I am well impressed.
The first loaf was a standard white load (about 3 hours start to finish) and it came out really nicely. You may have heard the old wives tale about not eating hot bread; you may also have read the manual that comes with this machine which states that you need to leave it for 30 minutes before eating. Well, I ignored both and, with a razor sharp knife, managed to cut some really hot, soft slices of bread. Both I and the family were well impressed. First call results, first attempt. The remaining half of the loaf was serve up to friends with homemade soup in the evening and they also seemed to think it was pretty good!
Th second try wasn't quite so successful. I tried making fresh brioche overnight. The result was a bit heavy and wasn't fully cooked in the middle, but it tastes good; fresh and hot from the machine. The manual does have a troubleshooting guide, so I think I will try a bit less water and making sure the yeast stays really dry on my next attempt.
But enough of the tales of breadmaking; now a bit more about the machine.
First of all there is one, and so far as I can tell only one, downside to this machine. The brushed stainless steel sides are a magnet for fingerprints. But, if that is all I can find about which to complain, the machine must be good?
The answer is, yes it is really, really good. Easy to use. Easy to clean. Good results (so far). Well made. Sturdy. Plenty of programmes.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Just looked. Who writes this c**p? BM 250, BM350 and BM450 are the best on the market. I know because I have all three. Why? Because I bake for my local OAPS. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Ianto
I had a very simple bread machine before this one that I used for years. And despite the simplicity, I managed to get consistently good results mostly using recipes from... Read morePublished 17 months ago by VSOP
Makes great bread. Has the worst recipe manual ever written! There's a very nice colour recipe book in Italian with dozens of interesting breads. Read morePublished on 8 Jun. 2011 by M. H. Hoffmann
I have had this bread maker for a few months now so I have tried most things out. I find the machine easy to use and it has given me perfect results so far. Read morePublished on 8 May 2011 by Gee
Using program 3 (integrated kneed, rise & bake) on the breadmaker invariably leads to a loaf which is too dense for me. Although it does taste better than the shop loaf. Read morePublished on 19 Jan. 2011 by Dippo
I bought this from Debenhams for £50 which I thought was a bargain. We've only had it since Christmas but it's on most days baking lovely fresh bread. Read morePublished on 18 Jan. 2011 by Rach
Very good value for money.
Easy to use and with full instructions you will be up and running in no time. Read more
An excellent product which does what it claims. My only disappointment was that the recipes are so few and that they are all measured by weight and do not have a 'cup' measurement... Read morePublished on 29 Dec. 2010 by Greybeard_ex10