Advantages Cheap, easy to use, looks good.
Disadvantages You won't stop eating!
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After my Brother bought my Dad a rather complicated breadmaker a couple of years ago, which had inevitably sat in a cupboard after the first couple of uses my Mum thought a cost effective Tesco alternative would be perfect.
What makes this machine so good is how easy it is to use, no more complications just follow the instructions provided and press go. The manual tells you the measures to use, it is very important these are followed correctly, no matter how many loaves I've put on I always double check the measures. As usual Dad knows best and he has often not looked and put the wrong measurements in leading to either a heavily risen loaf which sticks to the roof of the machine or heavy bred which really doesn't taste good! It's pretty much fool proof though, there are a few different settings to choose from, although we mainly use the basic option there's also the choice of making wholemeal, dough and french along with a couple of others. You then choose between a 900g and 700g loaf and the colour you want your bread to be cooked to, light, medium or dark. It's worth knowing that you can bypass these options to the basic default of a medium baked 900g loaf. You can set a timer on the bread machine up to twelve hours before you want it to come on, we don't do this often but it is lovely waking up to the smell of fresh bread baking.
Overall, this Tesco breadmaker is a great little machine, it's very easy to use and very reasonably priced for what you recieve. I'd recommend this to anyone looking for a straight to the point, simple to use breadmaker with great results.
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