Swan Automatic Bread Maker £19.99 at Netto (£39.99 on Amazon) - HotUKDeals
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#2
Never tried swan flavour before. :whistling: . I thought that they were a protected species.
Think I'll just stick with wholemeal.
#3
Rerview looks promising.

We have TWO breadmakers (don't ask!) including the famous Panny but they are both capable of making good bread.

Remember that the loaf needs eating in a day or so.


Review rated by 9 Ciao members on average: very helpfulhttp://images.ciao.com/iuk/images/bars/usefulness/bar_37.gif
My daughter has always sung the praises of her bread maker to me and the gifts of freshly cooked bread were certainly a welcome treat. I expressed an interest in owning one myself. On mother's day this year my son surprised me with a lovely gift- a Swan bread maker SB 1010!
Never having used a bread maker before the first loaf was very experimental. I tried and failed to make sure that the water added in the recipe was just the right temperature, buy heating it first. Consequently the loaf sunk sadly in the middle. On my next attempt I used water directly from the cold tap and was delighted with the result- a well- risen golden loaf accompanied by an appetising aroma!
My partner has always enjoyed [COLOR=#7d7d7d]bread[/COLOR] with carraway seeds-not easy to find and quite expensive.I decided to try adding carroway seeds to my bread mixture and the end product was a winner-- a carraway loaf at a fraction of the [COLOR=#7d7d7d]price[/COLOR]!
The instruction leaflet and recipes with the machine are excellent - easy to follow and have always proved successful. The ingredients are not expensive compared to what you would have to pay for a freshly baked uncut loaf. I don't know the expense of the electricity used. The process takes around three hours from start to finish. There is a recipe for ultra fast bread but i have not tried that one
I make french loaf, wholemeal bread and white. There is a facility for making sweet bread recipes , cake and jam also that I have not tried .The nmachine is easy to clean, I just wipe with a damp cloth inside and out. The blade that fits into the bread pan is sometimes difficult to remove to clean. The instruction booklet suggests soaking in warm water to remedy the problem and this works.
It is simple to use the machine and the results are very mpressive. I make all my own bread now. It is good to know exactly what you are eating! I don't know the price of the machine as it was a gift. I would recommend it to anyone. I wouldn't be without my swan bread maker now.
#4
mif
Never tried swan flavour before. :whistling: . I thought that they were a protected species.
Think I'll just stick with wholemeal.


Hehe, can't go wrong at this price
#5
Great deal / find -

I have one of these (paid £24), can definatly recommend it !
#6
:thumbsup:
#7
star999999
Great deal / find -

I have one of these (paid £24), can definatly recommend it !


Cool :D Where from?
#8
Ommid
Cool :D Where from?
#9
Approx 8-12 months ago - Empire direct I think, using an online/first order discount code. I think the deal was publised on MSE at the time.
#10
star999999
Approx 8-12 months ago - Empire direct I think, using an online/first order discount code. I think the deal was publised on MSE at the time.


Aah, they don't sell them anymore lol
#11
I love my (Kenwood) breadmaker. I mainly bought it because it's a nightmare finding organic loaves around here, so I've started baking my own. Dead simple, and experimenting is cheap and great fun. I'm substituting soya flour for the skimmed milk powered, and swapping 100g of the 350g white flour with wholemeal, and adding some of Steenberg's organic Italian Herb Mix, it's given a brilliant flavour and texture.

I'd recommend breadmakers to anyone who can eat a loaf in a couple of days. Heat and rep added.
#12
Fantastic deal - I love my breadmaker as I know exactly what is in my bread & I use olive oil to be extra healthy!
#13
How much does the average loaf cost to make?
#14
Reminds me of the old joke about a hunter who is in court over killing an eagle. The hunter's defense is that he cooked and ate the bird, and that he should be allowed to kill anything that was for his own consumption. He's found guilty of course, but before he leaves the dock the judge says 'incidentally, what did it taste like ?'. The hunter replies - 'Not too bad; it tastes pretty much like swan'.
#15
Ommid
How much does the average loaf cost to make?


I'm sure there will be loads of differing answers to this one ....

I estimate that making a plain white loaf costs approx 40p - 45p to make a loaf. (Flour, yeast, butter, salt, sugar, power). :roll:
#16
Just to let everyone know they are marked in the store as reduced from £49.99 down to £39.99 however when you scan them they come up as £19.99 must be a misprice on their systems. Anyway brought 1 for me and one for my mum. Thanks very much op. great find. :thumbsup:

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