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Morphy Richards 48324 Premium Plus Breadmaker - Ice White

4.3 out of 5 stars 90 customer reviews
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  • 19 programmes for bread, pizza dough, cakes, desserts and jam
  • 12-hour delay timer
  • 70-minute fast-bake programme
  • Drop-down blade for easy removal
  • Breadmaker recipes included

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Technical Details
Brand Morphy Richards
Model Number48324
Item Weight8 Kg
Product Dimensions29 x 37.5 x 33 cm
Power / Wattage600 watts
Number of Speeds5
Special FeaturesTimer^Variable_Bread_Size^Viewing_Window^Cool_Wall
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank 35,472 in Kitchen & Home (See top 100)
Shipping Weight8 Kg
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Date First Available1 Dec. 2011

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Morphy Richards 48324 Premium Plus Breadmaker - Ice White.

Box Contains

  • 1 × Morphy Richards Premium Plus breadmaker 48324, ice white
  • 1 × Non-stick coated baking pan
  • 2 × measuring cups
  • 3 × measuring spoons
  • 1 × Fruit and Nut dispenser with lock catch
  • 1 × Fold-down kneading blade

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    I already owned a bread maker, it produced reasonable bread BUT the kneading paddle made enormous holes in the bread.
    The effort involved in getting the loaf out of the baking pan sometimes was more than the bread was worth. I purchased this Morphy Richards one with the paddle that lies flat after kneading is done. What a difference! I am in the danger of making too much bread. The recipe book and instructions are very precise. At first I thought it was too fiddly but I stuck to their way and now have delightful bread and its a pleasure to use the machine. Thank you Morphy Richards and thank you Amazon.
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    Researched the market before buying this. Having used it for a few months I pass on my pleasurable ownership experience.
    Best feature and unique selling point (?) is the fold down paddle. Our previous breadmaker (an old Bifinet) had 2 paddles and it was a fight to extract them. The single paddle falls flat and almost every loaf has come cleanly out of the pan leaving the paddle inside. One reviewer mentioned that the hinged paddle could fall flat when adding the ingredients. My solution is to place the pan partly on a placemat and this enlists gravity in keeping it upright whilst the ingredients are added.
    The recipe book is excellent with a wide variety of items. The recipes list milk powder as an ingredient but I just use milk as part of the water measure and it seems to work fine. We also use olive oil instead of sunflower oil and it's ok.
    The display is clear and angled well. The controls are graphical and straightforward:
    Select a mode number and press tick. Select a loaf size and press tick. Select crustiness and press tick.
    Then the neatest setting. The default time appears. If it's midnight and you want the bread in 7 hours time when you wake up, then use + to increase the time to 7 hours and then a long press on tick to confirm the settings. Everything waits and then in the wee small hours of the morning the breadmaker fires up and presents you with a loaf at 7am.
    The only failure I've had is self made. Leaving the loaf in the breadmaker for too long after finishing so the top falls flat.
    Take it out straightaway. Empty the loaf out - never had a problem. Always a clean deposit. And leave on a wire rack to cool.
    On the 2 occasions that the display seemed to lock, just switching it off and on again cleared it
    Excellent product.
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    By techpuppy TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 23 Sept. 2012
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    What is it about the smell of baking bread that seems so homey and comforting? We just moved house and firing up the new breadmaker to make a sunflower seed loaf suddenly made the new place seem much more ours, it must be some kind of primeval 'home and hearth' thing? This Morphy Richards certainly looks the part with all the brushed metal and a touch control panel but it isn't all for show, it bakes a good loaf too. The range of programs covers everything you might need including making dough (without baking), jams, marmalades and using bread or cake mixes. Note that the breadmaker switches to a 'keep warm' mode after many of the preset programs finish - if you don't switch it off manually after you remove the bread-pan it will continue to heat (I discovered by accident).

    The collapsible blade is a clever idea and does result in slightly smaller 'wound' in the base of your loaf, but it's a bit awkward in practice. It's not fixed to the bread-pan and so tends to get embedded into the base of your bread and you have to perform an emergency paddle-ectomy on a burning hot loaf if you want to wash or re-use the breadmaker straight away. Morphy Richards even sell a special paddle-removing hook for doing this, though I'm not sure if it's compatible with this model.

    The 'cool touch' sides that Morphy Richards advertise seem quite hot touch to me, you certainly need to keep a working breadmaker well out of reach of young kids or your favourite chocolate bars. The nut and fruit dispenser is a nice feature, it looks a bit 'tacked-on' to the design of the overall breadmaker but it works well. The interior light is actually more useful than you'd expect and means there's no temptation to open the breadmaker mid-cycle and spoil a bake.
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    This is my second breadmaker but it is far better than my old one for two reasons, namely the fact it makes better bread and also that the mixing paddle retracts before baking to ensure no large holes are left in the bread. On my old machine the paddle would remain in the bread as it was baking, requiring me to cut a huge hole in my loaf to remove it.

    There are plenty of different baking programs and I'm having great fun trying my hand at different loaves and styles. I like the way that I can select varying crusts as my previous breadmaker baked very crispy loaves and I much prefer a softer style. The seed/nut dispenser is great for a no-hassle method of adding them to my loaves. I baked an especially nice soft walnut loaf the other day and my seeded batch/granary loaves are brilliant. It only takes a few 'experiments' to get the recipes right as aside from the basic white loaf, I do find most of the enclosed recipes a little sweet. Adding less sugar is the solution!

    I am currently experimenting with organic flour and my mum has requested a gluten-free loaf which is baking as I type this review. The smell of freshly baked bread filling the kitchen is divine! If anyone has ever fancied a breadmaking machine but been put off the idea by the thought of it being too much hassle or the finished product perhaps not being as nice as that bought from a shop, let me allay your fears. The bread this machine bakes is so much tastier and nothing beats a super-fresh, warm loaf! One word of caution though, don't use the quick bake option. The bread is so much nicer when it is allowed to bake slowly. With the timer feature, this can be done whilst you're asleep or at work! It takes ten minutes to prepare the machine and then you just leave it for a few hours. Thoroughly recommended!
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