Panasonic Breadmaker, SD-2500WXC - White @ Tesco Direct - £69
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Panasonic Breadmaker, SD-2500WXC - White @ Tesco Direct - £69

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Found 16th Nov 2016
A pretty good price for an excellent bread maker.
Note same price at Amazon for prime members only

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Good price to impress the neighbours with a flash looking bin.


10 Bread&Dough Modes
Jam and Compote Mode
3 Different Loaf Sizes
100% Gluten Free Bread Mode
Great bread maker ........use it every week .

Same price on Amazon.

I have this and am not impressed with it at all

skemo

I have this and am not impressed with it at all



​your doing something wrong then. these are excellent.

Is it easy to clean? I love using kitchen gadgets but hate cleaning them after use.

sam_of_london

Is it easy to clean? I love using kitchen gadgets but hate cleaning them … Is it easy to clean? I love using kitchen gadgets but hate cleaning them after use.



You just wipe the bread pan out with a bit of kitchen towel and wash the paddle like you would a piece of cutlery. Very little cleaning or maintenance. I use this machine 2-3 times a week and I wouldn't be without it. At this price it's a genuine bargain. Well spotted op.

Excellent gadget, the only thing that hasn't ended up in the kitchen cupboard!

skemo

I have this and am not impressed with it at all


I have it and it turns out a perfect loaf every time. Got it last time was this price. I just find it a pain to slice :-)

archiepemberton1

You just wipe the bread pan out with a bit of kitchen towel and wash the … You just wipe the bread pan out with a bit of kitchen towel and wash the paddle like you would a piece of cutlery. Very little cleaning or maintenance. I use this machine 2-3 times a week and I wouldn't be without it. At this price it's a genuine bargain. Well spotted op.




Can you do a multigrain bread in it? it is possible to put all the indigents before bed and put timer so you have warm fresh bread in the morning? Thanks!

pivcio

Can you do a multigrain bread in it? it is possible to put all the … Can you do a multigrain bread in it? it is possible to put all the indigents before bed and put timer so you have warm fresh bread in the morning? Thanks!



You can certainly make multigrain bread (that's the type I make, using different flours, seeds, oats etc - it's nice to experiment). You can make soda and rye bread, even pizza dough and cakes! As to whether you can set and leave overnight, as far as I know the longest programme length is about 5/6 hours, so that's not really an overnight setting. But my machine is 3 years old and the latest models might have a delayed start function. Perhaps check Panasonic's website?

Mine has a timer that goes at least 12 hours - could be even longer. Cracking device which will go on for years. Only problem is that we now don't like most shop bread.

johndawson

Mine has a timer that goes at least 12 hours - could be even longer. … Mine has a timer that goes at least 12 hours - could be even longer. Cracking device which will go on for years. Only problem is that we now don't like most shop bread.



Ditto, the only shop-sold bread we buy now is the odd French stick and crusty roll. Nothing beats the smell, flavour and texture of a home-made loaf, and YOU get to control exactly what goes into it. Also, machines like the Panasonic make breadmaking a doddle.

molly1979

[quote=skemo] I just find it a pain to slice :-)



I bought one of these

amazon.co.uk/SCG…ice

works perfectly. but can only use large loaf in it. xl loaf wont fit.

Deedie

​your doing something wrong then. these are excellent.



Had a kenwood previously which was excellent but the same bread in this is nowhere near as well cooked.

skemo

Had a kenwood previously which was excellent but the same bread in this … Had a kenwood previously which was excellent but the same bread in this is nowhere near as well cooked.



the only time I have ever had an issue was when I forgot to add water lol. every other loaf I have made has been far superior to any pre-packaged loaf from the supermarket.

Banned

molly1979

I have it and it turns out a perfect loaf every time. Got it last time … I have it and it turns out a perfect loaf every time. Got it last time was this price. I just find it a pain to slice :-)


Try a loaf slicing aid and a very good bread knife.

Deedie

​your doing something wrong then. these are excellent.



Agreed, they are really good.

Use mine at least twice weekly. I make baguettes for sandwiches and garlic bread. I honestly haven't bought shop bread since and the results are consistently perfect every time.

Also have this one bought it last week, was same price in store and when I got it .. it was much more expensive on Amazon.

It makes a great loaf... providing you don't use the rapid option...
Edited by: "daskapital" 17th Nov 2016

Missed it, all gone now.

Anyone know if the SD-ZB2512 ever drops down in price?

It's the same as this (sourdough/artisan modes) but has stainless steel body and yeast dispenser. Cheapest I've seen is John Lewis at just under £190, or direct from Panasonic.

johnlewis.com/pan…308

panasonic.com/uk/…tml

Yesterday there was one left in store in Tesco Lee Vally, London, if that helps anyone.

Back in stock online for delivery or store collection
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