Tesco Breadmaker - Was £34.97 Now £19.97 @ TescoDirect - HotUKDeals
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Use £5 off voucher for this price & add a cheap sim card for free delivery. Also 3% cashback through quidco.

This stainless steel BMS7 breadmaker comes in black complete with a timer which allows you to wake up to the smell of fresh bread. It features a viewing window, 12 programmes, fast bake and digital display. The breadmaker has a baking power of 600w and is dishwasher safe.

Features:
Brand Tesco
Capacity 2lb
Colour Black
Digital Display Yes
Fast Bake Yes
No of Programs 12
Size of Loaf 750-900g
Timer Yes
View Window Yes
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#1
http://direct.tesco.com/pi/Enlarge/4/AW08204-7334TPS389644.jpg
#2
been looking out for a breadmaker! thanks!
#3
can anybody vouch for the quality of this?? never bought one before just wanting to make the odd loaf or so without waiting around for half a day!
#4
fab been looking for breadmaker. bonus that its metal not the white plastic. go nice in new kitchen. heat added
banned#5
bear in mind this does not make half loaves.
#6
csiman
bear in mind this does not make half loaves.


I'm guessing halving the ingredients doesn't work quite so well considering it gives the size of the loaf on the spec? Completely new to this, please enlighten!
#7
periwinkl;3276270
can anybody vouch for the quality of this?? never bought one before just wanting to make the odd loaf or so without waiting around for half a day!


Not got this one, but got a cheap Cookworks one, gets used occasionally. Good results really.
Fast programmes don't work nearly so well though, only useful if you have forgotten to set it!
Bread tastes MUCH better, the longer it takes to rise, with the lowest amount of yeast needed, however it is made, whatever the type, and it will have better texture too. (One of the reasons why the cheapest breads are not a patch on the better quality bread, as the commercial methods for the cheap stuff are rapidly made too, with loads of yeast.)

Besides, the whole point with a breadmaker is not to wait around at all, just as with an automatic washing machine, you set it and leave it, such as overnight, or while you are out.
#8
just tryed ordering one but link to it not working, then found it on tescos site but £5 off code not working, so its cold from me sorry
#9
My mums been after one of these for ages - her xmas pressie is sorted now Cheers OP I was able to use the £5 off voucher as i have not used it yet

Got her a smoothie maker for £10 too ahes been after one of them too

heat and rep added
#10
dosent look great quality
#11
i ordered mine, and through quidco, 70p quidco not alot but all adds up. voucher worked for me too.

collect from store tommorow afternoon. easy peasy
#12
There's only one breadmaker worth getting and it's the Panasonic's. They're the only ones that can and do bake bread that resembles and tastes something like bread.

These cheap clones are pretty useless and a false economy. In actual fact once you try these cheap ones you think that an automatic bread machine is just a gimmick.

The Panasonic is the only one to get, so I wouldn't waste your time on something like this even at £20.
#13
I don't know about this model, but the wife bought her mother one (A Morphy Richards I think), and does a very good job in turning out Rock-Buns !!!!!

Occasionally it turns out something that looks like a loaf, but on the whole it might seem more effort than its worth. I've not used it my self to see if the ingredients are not being used at the correct weights etc, but I've sampled the results so far and have not been impressed.
#14
Isn't this £22.44 with a sim card?
#15
perhaps someone can give me some advice. Have never used one before and bough one from Lidl...

So I have the little inner bread tin....I have a packet of bread mix, now what

I dont have a mixer, do I have to stir it first, or will the machine do that, eg do I put the water, bread mix and let it go?

The instructions are so long winded I am more confused than when I started.
#16
D'oh!
#17
Looks like Metal Mickey.

Hmm, I suspect it's a right load of old pony.
#18
oh no - everytime i think im gonna finally get a breadmaker it either doesnt except the code or goes out of stock......
#19
black knight
Looks like Metal Mickey.

Hmm, I suspect it's a right load of old pony.


I thought it was a robot too - how disapointing
#20
ekko star;3278089
There's only one breadmaker worth getting and it's the Panasonic's. They're the only ones that can and do bake bread that resembles and tastes something like bread.

These cheap clones are pretty useless and a false economy. In actual fact once you try these cheap ones you think that an automatic bread machine is just a gimmick.

The Panasonic is the only one to get, so I wouldn't waste your time on something like this even at £20.


25 quid Cookworks (Argos) model I have produces very good results. No doubt the Panasonic will be better, it is about 4 times the price - I would hope so; but as with any machine, put junk in get junk out!
So, a bit of practice and reading up on recipes, keep the liquid quantity as LOW as possible, and a very pleasant loaf ensues. Just a matter of being bothered to set it up and weigh it all out - remembering to do that is the problem, whatever the price!
#21
tlck9;3278554
perhaps someone can give me some advice. Have never used one before and bough one from Lidl...

So I have the little inner bread tin....I have a packet of bread mix, now what

I dont have a mixer, do I have to stir it first, or will the machine do that, eg do I put the water, bread mix and let it go?

The instructions are so long winded I am more confused than when I started.


If you can't be bothered to read the instructions, then you just won't get on with one. It isn't a switch on and sit back product as if you were making instant coffee, it is more like making proper espresso - it needs things just so to work best. You can get LOADS of information on sites all over the web - you might even find one from users of the machine you have!
Youtube even has demos on video! see: http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=bread+machine&search_type=&aq=f

Baking of any sort is science, not an art, other forms of cooking are often mainly an art, with a bit of this and a bit of that chucked in, but for bread to work right, the amounts need to be all accurate! The machine removes the hard physical work, and tiems the stages without you having to sit over it, but it doesn't remove the measuring and setting it up in the first place. It will take a bit of trial and error after the first time to get it right, (how dark or light, water temperature, a bit less yeast or a bit more or whatever) and accurate measurement of water, keeping it as low as it can yet still mix properly.
The instructions are inevitably going to be specific for your model, such as temperature, times and proportions so can't help there.
I have never used bread mixes with one, but the principle is put the WET ingredients in the tin first, and put the DRY ones on top, and the machine then does the mixing - don't do it the other way round, you get clumps of flour left!
White breads work best, as they rise well, but wholemeal does work ok, if a bit heavier than the stuff you might be used to.

Take it out of the tin as soon as it is done for the best crust - it tends to steam a bit otherwise.

Home baked bread gets stale as you watch it (machine made or not)! It has NO keeping properties at all - Never found it a problem though, as NOT eating it is the hard part!
banned#22
ekko star;3278089
There's only one breadmaker worth getting and it's the Panasonic's. They're the only ones that can and do bake bread that resembles and tastes something like bread.

These cheap clones are pretty useless and a false economy. In actual fact once you try these cheap ones you think that an automatic bread machine is just a gimmick.

The Panasonic is the only one to get, so I wouldn't waste your time on something like this even at £20.


Totally agree. Tried 3 other breadmakers which were useless. The panasonic works brilliantly. Only £49 from amazon when on offer last year.

nihcaj;3280641
..............Home baked bread gets stale as you watch it (machine made or not)! It has NO keeping properties at all - Never found it a problem though, as NOT eating it is the hard part!

Have to agree that it goes stale very quickly but that is countered by the wonderful taste as no preservatives and other rubbish are in it (a lot less salt for starters!).

I just cut mine in half and freeze it as it lasts a month then. A good tip is to freeze until half solid (about an hour) and then cut into slices. Much easier and more accurate than when frozen or defrosted.
#23
nihcaj
Baking of any sort is science, not an art


I actually bought the LIDL one after my Panasonic to see if it could bake bread as good. It's not even a 1/10th of the machine and most of the clone stuff you see around like this Tesco one are based on the LIDL type models.

Different machines have different programs in how they mix and the order that you put the ingredients in etc.

As I say complete waste of time going anywhere else. If you want a bread machine get a Panasonic. Simple.
#24
Have had a bread machine for about 6 months now. Gets used about 3 times a week, every week. The bread does go stale VERY quick though, only good for toast after 24 hrs. Got around this though by buying a vacuum bread bin that automatically sucks the air out when you shut the lid. Bread stays fresh for about 4 days then.
banned#25
tonikeys;3286635
Have had a bread machine for about 6 months now. Gets used about 3 times a week, every week. The bread does go stale VERY quick though, only good for toast after 24 hrs. Got around this though by buying a vacuum bread bin that automatically sucks the air out when you shut the lid. Bread stays fresh for about 4 days then.

Cool! vacuum bread bin sounds great. I'll have to look out for one.


BTW, do NOT put bread in the fridge as it goes stale a lot quicker!

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