[quote='Morley']Just got one and the dough is rising as I write. fresh bread for dinner!! :D
Any tips or will it end up at the back of the cupboard soon?[/quote]
It's one of the few kitchen gadgets that didn't end up at the back of the cupboard. Ours has broken now..... it does all the kneading and rising, but doesn't do the baking at the end, so we take the dough container out and stick it in the oven at that point.
That has actually made us more adventurous in making bread rolls etc. They also make good dough for pizzas if they have a pizza setting - or if they are broken and don't attempt to cook it at the end! Ours has such a setting, but as said above is also broken (we had it ages before it broke, and are just too mean to buy another despite their relatively low cost.)
Panasonic SD-255, the one that automatically adds stuff such as raisins. I love bun loaf and there is a recipe in the book but it doesnt look that good. Any recipes out there for a richly fruited loaf?
Doing a french loaf as we speak and have had a sneak peek at the rising dough :oops: Looks good so far!
Thanks for all the tips, spesh re cleaning. Nice to know we'll probably use it regularly.
You just need to ensure the lead-in time (3hr 20min) is buit in to your sandwich/toast making schedule. This requires close monitoring of the bread bin so "someone" doesn't eat the last of the previous one without telling.