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Panasonic SD-2501 WXC Automatic Breadmaker - White

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Nut Dispens
  • The device ensures added ingredients are evenly distributed in the loaf
  • Raisin nut dispenser automatically dispenses chopped dried fruits, raisins, chopped nuts and cereals at the most appropriate timing
  • Available in 3 different loaf sizes to suit your bread-consuming requirements
  • The crust pad lets to select the baking temperature and time automatically to make the crust colour light, medium and dark

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Technical Details
Brand Panasonic
Model NumberSD-2501WXC
ColourWhite
Item Weight7 Kg
Product Dimensions25.6 x 38.2 x 38.9 cm
Power / Wattage240 watts
Voltage230 volts
Special FeaturesCool_Wall, Rapid_Bake_Function, Non-Stick, Variable_Bread_Size
  
Additional Information
ASINB004RTJWMW
Best Sellers Rank 6,731 in Kitchen & Home (See top 100)
Shipping Weight8 Kg
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Date First Available6 April 2011
  
 

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Product Description


Change Your Daily Diet with the Panasonic Bread Bakery

Imagine waking up in the morning or arriving home on a weekend afternoon to the aroma of fresh bread baking in your kitchen.

Having healthy, additive-free and tasty homemade bread is no longer a luxury demanding messy, hard work or professional techniques. You can now enjoy it at home using your own healthy ingredients. And, better still, the Panasonic Bread Bakery does it all while you are asleep.

Change your daily diet, with the Panasonic Bread Bakery.


Why the Bread Bakery does it better

Panasonic’s bread bakery programmes maintain the stability of the baking process regardless of the surrounding temperature. The yeast that helps bread to rise is a living organism extremely sensitive to heat. Because of this, the temperature at which the dough is kneaded, and any temperature fluctuations while the dough is rising, will affect the quality of the finished bread. If the temperature of the dough is too low, the yeast activity will slow down and, if too high, the yeast will overwork (if too hot, the yeast will die). Controlling the temperature of the dough is the key to producing delicious bread.

The comprehensive bake programmes mean you can try rye, whole wheat, or even brioche. And you can vary the loaf size to medium, large or extra large. The choice is endless… it’s up to you!

All programmes come with timer facility aside from gluten free, for which a timer would not work. Normally, the yeast is covered by the flour and water is added on top but, because gluten-free flour is lighter and finer, it cannot act as a barrier to stop the water activating the yeast before mixing begins. Instead, the water is added first and the baking process begins straight away.

If you have special dietary needs, the Panasonic Breadmaker makes life much easier by giving you complete control over every ingredient in your bread. For example, you can bake gluten-free or high-fibre loaves. In addition, you can manage your family's diet by controlling the amount of salt and sugar that goes into every loaf--a huge advantage over shop-bought bread.


Jam & Compote Mode 

Raisin Nut Dispense 

Bread Bakery Functions

In 1987, Panasonic developed the first bread-making machine and it is the technological know-how obtained from two decades of experience that go into these top-quality models. Bread Bakery is equipped with a variety of useful functions to suit the different needs of all home bakers, from the beginner to the experienced. The unique advanced baking programmes enable you to bake a variety of excellent breads are controlled by a microprocessor. In it are countless number of programmes that vary per mode according to the ambient temperature, controlling time and temperature of each process very delicately. This takes the difficult job of temperature control out of your hands.

Everyone has a favourite kind of bread. Some like it thick and crusty, others soft and delicate. Well, with the crust control feature on our breadmakers, you can keep everyone happy, by selecting how thick you'd like the crust to be before you even start baking. There are three different sizes to choose from when you're baking a loaf. So whether you just want something to dip in your soup or a full loaf for the whole family, you'll never have to bake too much or too little.

As well as a super rapid option for when you're baking in a hurry, our breadmakers also incorporate a delay timer, so you can make sure your favourite loaf is baked to perfection when you wake up in the morning--or just in time for dinner.

Panasonic breadmakers rise above the competition. With over ten different bread and dough modes and a time-saving super rapid option, our breadmakers are an ideal addition to any kitchen.

Manufacturer's Description


Change Your Daily Diet with the Panasonic Bread Bakery

Imagine waking up in the morning or arriving home on a weekend afternoon to the aroma of fresh bread baking in your kitchen.

Having healthy, additive-free and tasty homemade bread is no longer a luxury demanding messy, hard work or professional techniques. You can now enjoy it at home using your own healthy ingredients. And, better still, the Panasonic Bread Bakery does it all while you are asleep.

Change your daily diet, with the Panasonic Bread Bakery.


Why the Bread Bakery does it better

Panasonic’s bread bakery programmes maintain the stability of the baking process regardless of the surrounding temperature. The yeast that helps bread to rise is a living organism extremely sensitive to heat. Because of this, the temperature at which the dough is kneaded, and any temperature fluctuations while the dough is rising, will affect the quality of the finished bread. If the temperature of the dough is too low, the yeast activity will slow down and, if too high, the yeast will overwork (if too hot, the yeast will die). Controlling the temperature of the dough is the key to producing delicious bread.

The comprehensive bake programmes mean you can try rye, whole wheat, or even brioche. And you can vary the loaf size to medium, large or extra large. The choice is endless… it’s up to you!

All programmes come with timer facility aside from gluten free, for which a timer would not work. Normally, the yeast is covered by the flour and water is added on top but, because gluten-free flour is lighter and finer, it cannot act as a barrier to stop the water activating the yeast before mixing begins. Instead, the water is added first and the baking process begins straight away.

If you have special dietary needs, the Panasonic Breadmaker makes life much easier by giving you complete control over every ingredient in your bread. For example, you can bake gluten-free or high-fibre loaves. In addition, you can manage your family's diet by controlling the amount of salt and sugar that goes into every loaf--a huge advantage over shop-bought bread.


Jam & Compote Mode 

Raisin Nut Dispense 

Bread Bakery Functions

In 1987, Panasonic developed the first bread-making machine and it is the technological know-how obtained from two decades of experience that go into these top-quality models. Bread Bakery is equipped with a variety of useful functions to suit the different needs of all home bakers, from the beginner to the experienced. The unique advanced baking programmes enable you to bake a variety of excellent breads are controlled by a microprocessor. In it are countless number of programmes that vary per mode according to the ambient temperature, controlling time and temperature of each process very delicately. This takes the difficult job of temperature control out of your hands.

Everyone has a favourite kind of bread. Some like it thick and crusty, others soft and delicate. Well, with the crust control feature on our breadmakers, you can keep everyone happy, by selecting how thick you'd like the crust to be before you even start baking. There are three different sizes to choose from when you're baking a loaf. So whether you just want something to dip in your soup or a full loaf for the whole family, you'll never have to bake too much or too little.

As well as a super rapid option for when you're baking in a hurry, our breadmakers also incorporate a delay timer, so you can make sure your favourite loaf is baked to perfection when you wake up in the morning--or just in time for dinner.

Panasonic breadmakers rise above the competition. With over ten different bread and dough modes and a time-saving super rapid option, our breadmakers are an ideal addition to any kitchen.


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You might think that once you had a box on your kitchen counter which can stir ingredients around and then get hot for a while, the results would be largely dependent upon the quality of the ingredients and the ratios they are added in, and that any old machine would do. How wrong you would be (and was I)!

We owned a bread maker a few years ago (can't remember the make now) and while it was a bit of a fun novelty and it certainly made the house smell good, the results were nothing to get excited about really, and despite endless tweaking of measurements to try and improve the slightly dense dry bricks that we kept getting out of it, we ended up just thinking that this was what machine-made bread was like and that you couldn't really beat a good fresh bought loaf. Then after only a few months the bucket lost its non-stickiness and after digging 3 or 4 loaves out in pieces with a wooden spoon, we gave up and threw it away.

However, after seeing Panasonic machines mentioned in a variety of places (Which? magazine and The Gadget Show for a start), I did some further research, and after reading the reviews of the previous models (256/257), I decided to give a machine another go and bought this new model.

It arrived a day after ordering, thanks Amazon, and as this was rather faster than expected, I was sat looking at my new machine with no yeast or flour in the house. So, after a quick trip to the shops, I bunged in the ingredients for a simple white loaf and switched it on. A little over 5 hours since the machine arrived, I am now tucking in to the results as I write this review.

I am simply stunned at the size and quality and uniform texture and above all TASTE of the loaf I have produced on the first go with this machine. It is just superb.
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I got this machine after reading the Which? review of it (which rated it the best on the market at present). I'm so glad I spent the extra dough, no pun intended, to get this model as it's been brilliant. We haven't had any problems with the dispenser opening at the wrong time, maybe only some earlier production runs had this issue.

I use this machine 4 times a week to make bread overnight using the timer feature to have it ready for when I get up. Wonderful soft, tasty bread with a gorgeous crunchy crust, without all the bleaches and preservatives and yuck you get in shop-bought bread. We haven't bought a loaf of bread since we got this machine. You can buy yeast and strong flour from most supermarkets these days at a range of prices, from fancy organic flour to value/economy ranges. The instruction book included has loads of recipes for bread, dough, jam and cakes and tells you what order to put the ingredients in the pan (this is very important).

Couple of tips for people considering purchase: 1. Check the amount of room you have. When you open the lid you need quite a lot of space behind the machine and of course above; this machine can't really be put underneath wall-mounted cabinets (obviously check the dimensions of the machine against your space, but when the lid is open it requires a lot of space). 2. The "knead" step of the cycle makes the machine shudder like a washing machine on a spin cycle, so don't put it on a wobbly table or chair. Put it on a counter. 3. Get yourself some proper digital scales if you don't have any, it's sooo much easier to put the bread pan on the scales, reset to zero and add ingredients directly into the pan. 4. Don't lose the pink measuring spoon and the little water cup!
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I have been making bread using breadmakers for quite a few years now and have had several breadmakers before this one, some quite good and used so much they just wore out, but some were quite useless. My last one was a real problem and I could not make a decent loaf despite the manufacturer having tested it and claimed there was nothing wrong with it - I eventually abandoned breadmaking as I was just wasting good ingredients. However it is so difficult to buy good bread that I decided to bite the bullet and after reading lots of reviews went for a top of the range model as it is used on an almost daily basis. Bingo. Every loaf is much better than I was ever able to produce with any of my previous models - I have done white bread, french bread, granary bread, and a tear and share loaf, and they have all been quite fantastic - light, soft texture, and a great flavour, so much better than my other machines using the same basic ingredients. So the moral of the story is don't waste money on cheaper models if you want good bread on a regular basis. The Panasonic SD-2500 is quite an expensive machine but it is worth every penny. The accompanying instruction manual with an extensive recipe selection is excellent, again much better than that provided with my other machines. The main drawback is no viewing window so I have had to stick a DO NOT LIFT LID sticker on the top to make sure others are not tempted to peep and ruin the result. Personally I do not think it is worth the extra cost to have the model with automatic dispenser for nuts, fruit, etc.
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