Instore only Russell Hobbs Bread Maker Reduced by £34.98 now £14.98 @ Sainsburys
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Instore only Russell Hobbs Bread Maker Reduced by £34.98 now £14.98 @ Sainsburys

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Found 4th Sep 2013
Wanting to try making my own bread for a while. Bought this today from Sainsburys Superstore. It's the Russell Hobbs Fast Bake Bread Maker model 18036.
There was no price label but when I got them to check the price at the electrical department it came up at £14.98!

Can't wait to give it a try in The Great British Bake Off!
It's full price £49.96 here on the website: sainsburys.co.uk/sol…215

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Nowhere as good as a Panasonic but well worth the money

i wont buy it but...hot

nothing in most of yorkshire one left near manchester

it will be stuck in the back of cupboard in a week

iclarke2004

it will be stuck in the back of cupboard in a week



Why??

Seems like a great offer if you intend on using it which you would. Great find and heat added for you find

Breadmakers are very useful - I use mine at least twice a week. Please don't be swayed, however, by promises that these things make good, quick, bread as the fast settings produce dreadful bricks of stodge that not even the chickens will eat. The long bake programmes, however, make very tasty bread. Also great for pizza dough.
Edited by: "eatenbyweasels" 4th Sep 2013

Already brought the panasonic, but voted hot on the assumption that this would give you a fairly decent loaf.

Big tip though, always put the yeast in first, and use very strong bread flour (as opposed to just 'strong') -makes a much fluffier lighter loaf.

thanks for tips, voted got this is a great price. Someone has just given me theirs will all the flour etc so plan to try at weekend.

iclarke2004

it will be stuck in the back of cupboard in a week



the bread or the maker?

Seems a little ironic that you save a lot of dough buying this only to stick the dough back into it?

Usual Sainsburys store-specific deal, but good luck to anyone who finds one

Plumbboy55

Big tip though, always put the yeast in first, and use very strong bread … Big tip though, always put the yeast in first, and use very strong bread flour (as opposed to just 'strong') -makes a much fluffier lighter loaf.


I used to put yeast last. Water first, then sugar, salt, then flour, yeast last. You have to keep sugar and yeast separate anyway, especially if you delay-start it.

I have one, they're fab! Hot!

I think this is the model I have. Pretty pleased with the bread it pops out. Steal at this price. HOT!

iclarke2004

it will be stuck in the back of cupboard in a week



Just like the loaf of bread a bought last week.

None in our local, if anyone sees them near portsmouth let me know...ours has broke!

I found this in epsom sainsburys last week and it was £24.99 so dropped by another tenner, excellent price i might actually buy it if epsom have dropped the price further.

MaximusRo

I used to put yeast last. Water first, then sugar, salt, then flour, … I used to put yeast last. Water first, then sugar, salt, then flour, yeast last. You have to keep sugar and yeast separate anyway, especially if you delay-start it.



That's what the instruction book for mine tells me too. I wonder if it makes a difference though? What would happen if you were to put the yeast first with the water (if you were to start it without a timer/delay)?

cliffsun91

That's what the instruction book for mine tells me too. I wonder if it … That's what the instruction book for mine tells me too. I wonder if it makes a difference though? What would happen if you were to put the yeast first with the water (if you were to start it without a timer/delay)?



Homemade bomb perhaps??? X).

tamboss

the oven does a better job.


So you can throw all the ingredients into your oven and out comes a loaf of bread?

What a stupid comment.

MaximusRo

You have to keep sugar and yeast separate anyway, especially if you … You have to keep sugar and yeast separate anyway, especially if you delay-start it.


Shirley it's the water that must be kept separate from the yeast?

How much do the ingredients cost to make a loaf in a breadmaker like this compared to buying one in the shops (70p for the Hovis wheatgerm mini loaf that I usually buy).

Markle86

I found this in epsom sainsburys last week and it was £24.99 so dropped … I found this in epsom sainsburys last week and it was £24.99 so dropped by another tenner, excellent price i might actually buy it if epsom have dropped the price further.



I would be interested to know if they had it there?

RowanDDR

How much do the ingredients cost to make a loaf in a breadmaker like this … How much do the ingredients cost to make a loaf in a breadmaker like this compared to buying one in the shops (70p for the Hovis wheatgerm mini loaf that I usually buy).



I'm sure making your own loaf of bread is much more satisfying than walking into Asda and buying a 70p Hovis wheat germ mini loaf!! oO

These are great. I bought one for £33 about a month ago. Well worth the money if you can find one for this price

Great price but is it just a local deal.Couldn't find one under £90 locally few months ago great for anyone allergic to milk and soya can't get a shop bought white loaf suitable

iclarke2004

it will be stuck in the back of cupboard in a week



Will look nice though next to my George forman grill,tassimo coffee maker,breville sandwich toaster & sodastream.........(_;)

Heated OP

RowanDDR

How much do the ingredients cost to make a loaf in a breadmaker like this … How much do the ingredients cost to make a loaf in a breadmaker like this compared to buying one in the shops (70p for the Hovis wheatgerm mini loaf that I usually buy).


You might want to do a quick search for the innumerable other bread maker threads on here, where this question is always asked.

cliffsun91

What would happen if you were to put the yeast first with the water (if … What would happen if you were to put the yeast first with the water (if you were to start it without a timer/delay)?


It would probably work ok, but bear in mind that unless you're using a rapid programme, they have a rest period before mixing, where the temperature is raised slightly but the yeast is not supposed to be activated. Try it and see.

RowanDDR

How much do the ingredients cost to make a loaf in a breadmaker like this … How much do the ingredients cost to make a loaf in a breadmaker like this compared to buying one in the shops (70p for the Hovis wheatgerm mini loaf that I usually buy).


If you buy supermarket own brand strong flour and yeast....less than 50p for a large loaf. (inc. electricity)

Plumbboy55

Already brought the panasonic, but voted hot on the assumption that this … Already brought the panasonic, but voted hot on the assumption that this would give you a fairly decent loaf.



"...brought..." - LOL!

Besford

"...brought..." - LOL!



Word police alert, I'm busted. 'Bought' then. is that better?

Plumbboy55

Word police alert, I'm busted. 'Bought' then. is that better?


Yes, much.

The best bit about a bread maker is that they can form the gluten and cut out all the kneading by hand and that is about it. You can have a tastier loaf by hand, or by using a dough hook in your food processor. I make about 3 loaves a week including a sourdough loaf and they are better than supermarket bought.

When you talk about the ingredients being mixed together you should avoid the salt coming into contact with the yeast as it kills it, and also if you put your bread maker on a timer the yeast should be kept dry until the mixer starts. I find I can make a great loaf with the cheapest of flour, you just need to Knead it for long enough.

There'll not be one in any Sainsbury's up here.
Even the huge one in Heaton N/cle

pibpob

Shirley it's the water that must be kept separate from the yeast?


It is serious, and don't call "surely" Shirley ! X)

This one looks to have pan retaining clips. My old RH bread maker pan would struggle to stay in place and eventually the clips snapped.

I bought a Kenwood BM with a twist locking method which is a better idea.

My bread maker instructions say to put the yeast in first and then the flour.

Besford

"...brought..." - LOL!



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