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The Tesco bread maker has 12 programmes including a 60 minute keep warm function and a 13 hour programmable delay timer so you can wake up to freshly baked bread. With a digital display and view window, the Tesco bread maker ensures baking bread is both easy and fun. This bread maker includes a non-stick bread pan & kneading blades, non-slip feet and a convenient handle. Make delicious 750-900g home baked loaves thanks to the Tesco bread maker.

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
Spamming your own deals, that's a new one :?

YOU posted this 1 week 5 days ago....remember: http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/263490/tesco-breadmaker-was-34-97-now-19-9/ :whistling:
#3
big-boy
Spamming your own deals, that's a new one :?

YOU posted this 1 week 5 days ago....remember: http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/263490/tesco-breadmaker-was-34-97-now-19-9/ :whistling:
Went out of stock, now back in.
#4
Will let you know if it is any good. Got mine last night and baking a loaf at the mo
#5
Thanks OP, never spotted this last time round....

Anyone know what the absolute cheapest thing I can buy to take it over £25 for free delivery?

Can't believe you still have to pay for "Delivery to Store"....
#6
Thanks op great find :) But can anyone tell me what you put in a bread making machine to make the bread? Is it quite easy to get hold of the ingredients? Quite quick preparation wise?

Thanks

xxx
#7
morpheus
Thanks OP, never spotted this last time round....

Anyone know what the absolute cheapest thing I can buy to take it over £25 for free delivery?

Can't believe you still have to pay for "Delivery to Store"....


can't you add the sim card to get free delievry, or is that not to store?
banned 1 Like #8
pinky8
Thanks op great find :) But can anyone tell me what you put in a bread making machine to make the bread? Is it quite easy to get hold of the ingredients? Quite quick preparation wise?

Thanks

xxx


Typically: Bread flour, yeast, salt, sugar, water / milk / beer, oil / butter, milk powder, then any extras like cheese, olives, currants, fruit, anchovies, tomatoes, grains, etc. It depends what type of loaf you make. And yes, they are all widely available in places like Tesco.
#9
1 x Tesco Breadmaker £24.97
1 x Orange SIM Pack £2.43

Delivery
Description Price
Total delivery chargefor this order is Free Delivery
Subtotal after deliveryfor this order is £27.40

Payments
Description Amount
Subtotal after paymentsfor this order is £22.40
ECoupon
5GBP off directfor this order is -£5.00

Total remaining to pay £22.40


How do you get it for £19.97?
#10
mabccc
Typically: Bread flour, yeast, salt, sugar, water / milk / beer, oil / butter, milk powder, then any extras like cheese, olives, currants, fruit, anchovies, tomatoes, grains, etc. It depends what type of loaf you make. And yes, they are all widely available in places like Tesco.


Perfect thanks :)
#11
mabccc
Typically: Bread flour, yeast, salt, sugar, water / milk / beer, oil / butter, milk powder, then any extras like cheese, olives, currants, fruit, anchovies, tomatoes, grains, etc. It depends what type of loaf you make. And yes, they are all widely available in places like Tesco.


AH, just ordered a breadmaker, now I am full of regret, this all looks complicated. I was under the impression you bought the ready made bags, added a cup of water and Bobs your uncle.....Uh OH! :oops:
#12
Im using a ready make bag in the bread maker at the mo. There is also a recipe book with the breadmaker and it looks really easy. The measuring device is in the box, ayou put the wet ingredients in, then the dry ingredients, then the yeast.... and then set.

the simple bread recipe is water, vegetable oil, salt, strong white flour, sugar and dried yeast
#13
281273
Im using a ready make bag in the bread maker at the mo. There is also a recipe book with the breadmaker and it looks really easy. The measuring device is in the box, ayou put the wet ingredients in, then the dry ingredients, then the yeast.... and then set.

the simple bread recipe is water, vegetable oil, salt, strong white flour, sugar and dried yeast


Right, I dont feel as daunted by the whole thing now, thanks mate! Let me know how it turns out! I am intrigued! :thumbsup:
#14
morpheus
Thanks OP, never spotted this last time round....

Anyone know what the absolute cheapest thing I can buy to take it over £25 for free delivery?

Can't believe you still have to pay for "Delivery to Store"....


http://direct.tesco.com/q/N.1998907$37/Nr.99.aspx?Ns=P_SORT_Price&btnResultSort.x=20&btnResultSort.y=8
#15


how is that cheap, it's coming up as a vacuum cleaner for £99! :thinking:

can someone please tell me how to get it for £19.97??
#16
marty153
how is that cheap, it's coming up as a vacuum cleaner for £99! :thinking:

can someone please tell me how to get it for £19.97??


If you scroll down, you can see it's a sort from £0-£200 of everything on the site :thumbsup:

That said, the free delivery sims probably work out better value :oops:

Also the voucher code doesn't work for me :x
1 Like #17
marty153
how is that cheap, it's coming up as a vacuum cleaner for £99! :thinking:

can someone please tell me how to get it for £19.97??


Put a GE 11W T3 LOW ENERGY STICK 10 YEAR ES CAP in your basket and it'll take you up to the £25 mark:thumbsup:

Or even a tesco shaver adapter as you may make use of this??
#18
Clarty123
Put a GE 11W T3 LOW ENERGY STICK 10 YEAR ES CAP in your basket and it'll take you up to the £25 mark:thumbsup:

Or even a tesco shaver adapter as you may make use of this??


thanks! ordered! :thumbsup:

rep added!
#19
Hi there
I've just been into deal but the price coming up is £24.97. Should I be using a discount code?

Many thanks
H
banned 1 Like #20
Spellstef
Right, I dont feel as daunted by the whole thing now, thanks mate! Let me know how it turns out! I am intrigued! :thumbsup:


Yeah, you can just use bags of premixed ingredients as well, although they work out quite expensive for not-so-great bread (but still better than shop bought). But once you've done beer bread with rum-soaked raisins in it, you will never go back. :-D Experimenting is the best bit about a bread maker.
#21
mabccc
Yeah, you can just use bags of premixed ingredients as well, although they work out quite expensive for not-so-great bread (but still better than shop bought). But once you've done beer bread with rum-soaked raisins in it, you will never go back. :-D Experimenting is the best bit about a bread maker.


HA, thanks again, have some rep! Your enlightening my life. With all these flavours, you are really spoiling us!!
#22
yay been looking for a cheap bread maker for ages, as i know it will be a fad, but I'm looking forward to making christmassy bread!
#23
Can anyone vouch for this machine? I was waiting for an offer on a Panasonic, but would love any bread maker to be honest. Any opinions?
#24
Spudnik
Can anyone vouch for this machine? I was waiting for an offer on a Panasonic, but would love any bread maker to be honest. Any opinions?


Wait for the Panasonic, its much better then most. It make edible bread every time.

Basic recipe also has no milk powder in so it even tastes like bread, not some sweet stuff.
#25
I know the Panasonic bread machines get good reviews - but they are also quite a bit more expensive. I have a cheapish Kenwood bread machine and it produces constantly good bread. I use it every night,set to be done in time for breakfast (and use economy 7 cheap electricity ) :thumbsup:

The smell in the morning is lovely.........

Voted hot. and £20 is a bargain !
#26
It's waste of £20.

You're better off putting it towards the Panasonic. No other breadmaker apart from the baker bakes better bread.
#27
That's the wifes Christmas Present sorted :)
Plus I'll have nice fresh bread to wake up to every morning :thumbsup:

I couldn't get the attached voucher to work but this one did £5 off £20 spend on Tesco Direct
banned#28
another pressie sorted :):santa:
#29
fantastic! arrived today I just need to buy some flour now!
#30
mine arrived yesterday and 2 loaves down and things aren't going great! I think it is a great machine and looks lovely but I am obviously doing something wrong with the bread. Does it make a difference if you use fast action yeast? Thanks in advance :) xxx
#31
I bought one of these machines about two months ago when it was in-store at £29.99. I've made bread using the recipes in the manual and also using bread mixes. I'd love to be able to say that it was a great success but the reality is that after more than ten attempts I have yet to get a full loaf from this machine. I've followed the instructions to the letter but each time what looks like a good loaf collapses during the final baking. I'd be interested to hear if anyone has managed to bake a decent loaf with this machine. I think it will be on its way back to Tesco shortly if it doesn't show some immediate improvement in performance. I'm beginning to suspect that because it's made in China it only works with Chinese flour!
banned#32
get a panny. perfect bread every time

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