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Panasonic SD255 Breadmaker with Raisin/Nut Dispenser
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- Panasonic breadmaker with automatic raisin/nut dispenser
- 3 different loaf sizes
- Comprehensive bake modes
- Easy to use control pad
- Cool touch housing
- Rapid bakemode
- 13 hour time delay
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The Panasonic SD255 Breadmaker makes 3 different sized loafs medium, large and extra large. There are many comprehensive bake modes including; 100% wholemeal, multigrain, gluten free, sandwich bread, dough setting for pizzas, rolls etc.
This Breadmaker has a "bake only" mode, an angled easy to use control pad, and a cool touch housing. There is also a rapid bake function that lasts 1 hour 55 minutes, or you can use the 13 hour time delay. There is also a 10 minute power interruption protection in case of a power cut.
The Panasonic Bread Maker has a dispenser that adds additional ingredients automatically into kneading process and rye bread mode. For example, it will automatically add raisins if you're making fruit bread.
It has modern styling and comes in a white finish. A UK recipe book is included.
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Well, folks, it's all true. The Panasonic does indeed produce a better wholemeal loaf than any supermarket, and at half the cost. I haven't bought a loaf since the machine arrived 6 months ago, and I make an XL (850gm) loaf every two days. I reckon the machine will have paid for itself in a year. It takes just a few minutes to load the machine and set the timer before you go to bed. In the morning you tip it out to cool while you make the tea. Easy!
I've tried out lots of the recipes that come with it, and have several favourites: spicy fruit loaf, French rustic white, olive bread, rye and wholemeal 50/50...........The instruction booklet is excellent, and Panasonic is obviously a company that has a seriously-funded R&D section to develop and improve its products - a friend who has the preceding model to mine noticed several worthwhile improvements. One thing I have found though, is that flours vary a lot. (The book warns you.) Keep trying different ones till you find one that rises consistently well and tastes good.
This has got to be the best product I have ever bought!!!
It does the job of making rye and all other kind of "weird" bread to utter perfection, I absolutely love it!!!
I do not have anything negative to say about this breadmachine, allthou I have never owned any other breadmachine before this one, I am pretty sure this is dha bomb compared to a lot of the other machines on the market...
I bought it because of all the good reviews and therefore I am contributiing with my very own, so others can benefit from it...
Every single bread I have made on the machine has been good and I have made more than 40 breads by now, so I can't really give you any cons, perhaps the only con there is, is that I could use a larger capacity, but hey, maybe they come up with that in a later version or one could just save up some money and buy the Kenwood Chef mixer =)
Buy this machine and you wont regret it, EVER!
I've kneaded and baked bread by hand for years, but the consistency of results with this bread maker is better than anything I can produce. It bakes great loaves, but also mixes superb dough you can mould and bake yourself with excellent results.
I've never been moved to write a review of any product before this one, which is a measure of how much I recommend it.
My only criticism is a minor one - what it bakes as Italian bread, namely ciabatta and foccacia, simply isn't. Use the machine to make the dough for these breads and shape and bake them yourself.
Buy it - it's worth the cash!
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