Hinari HB174 Breadmaker Reviews
Product Type: Hinari bread makers
Newest Review: ... the washing up bowl but the breadmaker oven needs to be wiped in situ and can suffer from burnt flour residue if this does ... more
Customer Hinari HB174 Breadmaker Reviews (16)
by - written on 09/08/01, updated on 26/01/05 (Very useful, 8885 readings)
As with many other people, I was given this breadmaker as present. When I have time I do like to bake my own bread. So I thought that this would make my life a whole lot easier.This is what my Hinari present consisted of….. The model I have is HB164 and it comes with two thin booklets, nothing that can take pride of place on a shelf!! But in the case of this breadmaker they are very useful. The first book is an instruction booklet which contains all the usual Do’s and Don’ts that electrical appliances warrant. These Do's and Don’ts are then followed by a diagram of the machine and all its parts…this is clear and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/10/01, updated on 05/02/02 (Very useful, 2614 readings)
About a year ago my sister Sandyd bought a brilliant Morphy Richards breadmaking machine. I thought it was an extravagant 'toy' that she would tire of after a few weeks. That was before she gave me a loaf of bread to take home and try. It was delicious. I want a bread machine too! stamp - stamp - kick -scream (sorry, just me having a jealous tantrum!) Anyway.... my sis - knowing how keen but also how strapt for cash I was kept her eye on prices. Last week she phoned to tell me that Tesco were selling HINARI HB174 breadmakers for £39.99, Yes, I kid you not, £39.99. I leapt into my trusty Seat Ibiza and tore across town to the supermarket as fast as ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/03/02, updated on 07/03/02 (Very useful, 2749 readings)
Joint op by Squiggles and flclayson: Squiggles: Good of you to invite me over for the day Freddles, but what on earth is that smell wafting through the house and tickling my nostrils? Oh the smell Fred, the smell! Such a delicious, overpowering, all-embracing type of smell that you want to wake up to every morning. flclayson: Hey, just let me shower and freshen up, and you can take the peg off your nose, and come check out the bread making machine in my kitchen. I have always wanted to make you feel like a woman, and this is the time I can turn to you in my kitchen and tell you exactly what you mean to me. Eggs and chips please, plus a cup of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/12/03, updated on 27/12/03 (Very useful, 2833 readings)
This breadmaker is pretty much already assembled when you purchase it - all you have to do is click the mixing 'blade' into place in the bottom of the bread tin. Then it's ready to go. The Hinari breadmaker is a combined mixer, warmer and cooker, which means that you don?t have to go through all the normal faff of breadmaking like kneading, leaving to rise and baking. It has six programmable settings: Basic, whole wheat, sweet, French, cake and dough. If you just want to make a loaf or a cake, the machine takes care of everything. And if you want to make your own rolls, naan breads, pittas, doughnuts or muffins, you use the 'dough' setting ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/08/01, updated on 05/08/01 (Very useful, 1702 readings)
I was given a Hinari Breadmaker for a Christmas present last year. As a former bakery worker I can make bread by hand, although I rarely do find time these days. My friends thought it would be a useful timesaving gadget. The machine made half-sized loaves by trundling a paddle through the added dry ingredients and warm water, gradually warming the bread mix to help it to rise and then cooking the mixture to form a loaf. A such, the machine worked perfectly well. However, the bread output never seemed to taste right; I tried a whole range of recipes in their book (using good ingredients) but they came out either dry or doughy. I even tried using a pre-packed ... Read the complete review
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