Morphy Richards 48221 Breadmaker Reviews
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Customer Morphy Richards 48221 Breadmaker Reviews (39)
by Carole Shudell - written on 02/12/07
Fantastic. I use my breadmaker all the time and with the price of bread in the supermarket save money as well. Would recommend anyone to buy one its a doddle to use as well. Although it takes about 4 hours to make a loaf you can load the machine and carry on about your day and come back to a lovely bread smell and a super loaf. You can also add seeds to the loaf basic receipe to ring the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/02/02, updated on 17/02/02 (Very useful, 2186 readings)
I didn’t really want anything for Christmas 2001. It had been a bit of a traumatic year for us so all I really wanted was my family happily back together for the festive period. Well I got that :o), and that was nice. I also got a new Morphy Richards bread maker, which I wasn’t expecting, and that was nice too! What I also got, that wasn’t quite so nice was a New Year spent rushing from supermarket to supermarket in the area in a vain search for fast acting yeast to feed the aforementioned new toy! It all started harmlessly enough on Christmas morning. The discarded wrapping paper had been sorted through (recalling the year ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/02/01, updated on 26/02/01 (Very useful, 1188 readings)
Smell is very important. It really is. And some smells are completely irresistible. Two of my favourite smells are coffee freshly brewing and, the subject of this opinion, home baking! And particularly the smell of freshly baked bread. Many years ago, I used to work in a bread making factory. It was part time work and they were always after people to help out during busy periods like Christmas or covering for holidays in the summer. The factory used to bake bread for the local Marks and Spencer and many other shops. It was shift work and the hours were long but I never tired of smelling the freshly baked bread coming out of the ovens. It was great for meal times ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/03/03, updated on 29/03/03 (Very useful, 3068 readings)
I don't know how I managed to eat all that shop bought bread with it's added bleaches, preservatives and other unmentionable chemicals. Home made bread from organic flour and natural yeast is a different thing all together. I bought my Morphy Richards Breadmaker at Index. It was on offer for thirty seven pounds, so I took the plunge. The machine itself is quite heavy as it houses an insulted baking chamber and it's own mini-computer.Using it is simplicity itself. 1. Gather together all the ingredients (as listed in recipe book) 2. Warm your bowls, jugs, etc, so that they are not too cold for the yeast. I just poured hot water ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/10/02, updated on 06/10/02 (Very useful, 3168 readings)
There's very little that can beat the smell of freshly baked bread... even more so when that smell is in your own house! You could use the traditional method of spending most of your day kneading dough, letting it rise, kneading it again - or you could purchase the fantastic invention, the breadmaker! I've been the proud owner of a Morphy Richards 48220 breadmaker for almost a year now. I received it as a birthday present, but believe it was priced at £49.99 and was purchased at Argos. Unfortunately it doesn't appear in the current Argos catalogue, however its functions are very similar to those of many other Morphy Richards (and other make) ... Read the complete review
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