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Panasonic SD254 Breadmaker £76.43 at Amazon

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6y, 5m agoFound 6 years, 5 months ago
Panasonic SD254 Breadmaker £76.43 at Amazon rrp £99.95

With the superior build quality and simplicity of design and operation, this bread maker is an ideal addition to your home. It gives you the convenience of having fresh bread at anytime from fresh basic ingredients and can cater for particular dietary requirements e.g. gluten free, low salt, high fibre. The SD254 has a raisin nut beeper to allow you to add additional ingredients to your recipe.

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# 1 x Breadmaker
# 1 x Recipe book
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#1
I have one of these and its great. I would
hate to have to go back to shop bought
bread.
#2
I was tempted to get a breadmaker but somebody told me the "paddle" in them which stirs the dough round isn't fully removed from the bread before it's baked, so you end up with a hole in the loaf. This doesn't sound right to me, but can anyone confirm if it's true?!
Hot deal by the way, I have read Panasonic breadmakers are the best ones.
#3
£69.99 delivered here. http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/703508/panasonic-sd-254-breadmaker-69-95-d

I opted for the SD-255 for £79.99 instead.

The paddle is left in place while the bread is baked - that's the price you pay for having a machine that mixes and bakes. In the panasonic the paddle has (for me at least) always stayed with the bowl - not the bread.

So far so good. I've done a basic whit ebread and a 5-seeded wholemeal loaf both of which turned out very well.
#4
RSteve
I was tempted to get a breadmaker but somebody told me the "paddle" in them which stirs the dough round isn't fully removed from the bread before it's baked, so you end up with a hole in the loaf. This doesn't sound right to me, but can anyone confirm if it's true?!
Hot deal by the way, I have read Panasonic breadmakers are the best ones.


it does but if that's an issue you could use it only for dough then bake in oven as normal. but to be honest the hole isn't that large and only affects one or 2 slices.
#5
RSteve
I was tempted to get a breadmaker but somebody told me the "paddle" in them which stirs the dough round isn't fully removed from the bread before it's baked, so you end up with a hole in the loaf. This doesn't sound right to me, but can anyone confirm if it's true?!
Hot deal by the way, I have read Panasonic breadmakers are the best ones.


You wouldn't worry about the hole marks once
you had tasted how fabulous the bread is.
#6
gluke21
I have one of these and its great. I would
hate to have to go back to shop bought
bread.


me too,,,:thumbsup:

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