Morphy Richards 48248 Compact Breadmaker Reviews
Product Type: Morphy Richards bread makers
Description:Manufacturer: Morphy Richards / Programmes: 10 / Features: Programmable timer / 2 loaf sizes / 3 crust settings / Power: 600 Watt
Newest Review: ... the bread in the breadmaker can result in a tough crust. I have been using this Morphy Richards Compact Breadmaker on a ... more
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Customer Morphy Richards 48248 Compact Breadmaker Reviews (9)
by - written on 05/07/10 (Very useful, 177 readings)
Why are we paying a pound a loaf for ten penn'orth of ingredients? That was our thought when we decided to get a breadmaker. We worked out that by buying flour in bulk (16Kg at a time from a nearby flour mill), and even accounting for the extortionate cost of electricity these days, we could make bread for around 35p a loaf. Sounds good yes? Why this particular model? Well, we didn't want to spend too much money on something that might turn out to be a flash in the pan, and this one fitted the bill. The fold down beater bar was the thing that really sold it though - no slices with a big hole in the middle - or so we thought. On first unpacking ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/01/10 (Very useful, 210 readings)
WHY MAKE YOUR OWN BREAD? Well, I knead the dough, don't I? Joking apart, there's no way that making your own bread is cheaper than buying from a supermarket, but:- a) it's a nice thing to do, b) it fills the house with a gorgeous aroma, c) it's good to be able to say you made it yourself and d) you remain in control of what's in the stuff! We've had a Breville Breadmaker for several years now, but just lately it's been producing some real 'bricks' of loaves, so much so that it causes you to question your method - are you getting too sloppy or cavalier with quantities, is the kitchen warm enough, have you used the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/09/10 (Very useful, 81 readings)
I bought myself a breadmaker because a friend of mine said that baking gluten free bread was much easier to manage in a machine than by hand, and after having tried out my gluten free recipes in this breadmaker from Morphy Richards, I can see that she was absolutely right, so just as a tip, if you`re struggling with your gluten free baking, letting a machine like this one do it for you might be the sollution! I bought this machine at amazon for 40.55, and it was first and foremost the inexensive cost and the interesting and modern design that appealed to me, wanting a breadmaker with a different color than white, and I ended up spending my money on this one! ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/02/12, updated on 15/05/12 (Very useful, 62 readings)
Morphy Richards 48248 Compact Breadmaker comprises of: Breadmaker Loaf tin Paddle Instruction/Recipe booklet Plastic measuring cup and spoon Breadmakers are not the easiest of items to accommodate in a kitchen. The Morphy Richards Compact Breadmaker measures 35cm wide, 30cm deep and just under 30cm high (52cm high with lid open). The loaf tin is shorter than a standard size, making loaves at 1 - 1.5 kg. This size suited a spare corner on my kitchen surface and I think the dark granite colour gives an illusion of this breadmaker ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/08/10 (Very useful, 81 readings)
THE BASICS: The Morphy Richards breadmaker retails for around £65 (though the RRP is £99.99) produces two loaf sizes (1lb/ 500g and 1.5lb / 750g), the latter roughly corresponding to your standard supermarket batch loaf. It operates at 600 Watts and takes around 3 hours. I bought this as a means of reducing my salt intake and cash flow - the salt content of supermarket-bought loaves can be rather shocking, as is the price - as I wasn't prepared to go through the time consuming (though therapeutic) process of baking a loaf every day by hand. THE LOOK: Despite being sold as their Compact Breadmaker, the only thing that's ... Read the complete review
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