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“A bread maker which produces excellent results.”

Written on: 15/02/2012

I am delighted with my SilverCrest bread maker. It is easy to use and always produces excellent results. I think that perhaps the best feature is that the programming enables you to remove the two paddles prior to the final rise of the loaf, so that when the cycle is over, the bread can easily be extracted from the tin and there are just two little holes where the spindles are.

Prior to this machine I had a Russell Hobbs 17887 and I was always so frustrated with the results. Each time the paddles would be embedded in the loaf so that when the loaf was baked it could only be removed from the tin with great difficulty and often the bottom of the loaf would be badly ripped. The Russell Hobbs bread maker was at least three times more expensive than the SilverCrest machine which I bought from Lidl for £34.99. Not only is the SilverCrest bread maker far cheaper, but I find that the results of the bread are far superior. An excellent buy!

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