Hinari HBM210 Breadmaker Reviews
Product Type: Hinari Kitchenware
Description:Brand: Hinari / Product Type: Other Ktichen Utensils / Hinari Homebaker HBM210 1.5LB Breadmaker allows a fresh 1.5LB loaf to be baked at the touch of a button. The one hour ultra fast rapid bake function allows for the loaf to be baked quickly and easily. The ... more
Hinari HBM210 Breadmaker ... choice of 8 break making courses offers greater baking options over the choice of loaf styles that can be baked. 13 hour automatic timer allows for delayed and overnight baking so that bread will be available at the moment it is required. The three stage crust colour selector allows for a preferred finish to the loaf to be selected at the choice of the user. The non-stick coated bread pan allows for the just baked loaf to be removed easily from the bread pan ready for serving. The unit is perfectly designed for both the inexperienced and more experienced home baker and is suitable for both ready mixed or own ingredients. The oval viewing window allows for every stage of the baking process to be monitored if the baker so chooses. The breadmaker is supplied with both a measuring cup and spoon for the accurate measuring of ingredients. Along with these the breadmaker is supplied with step-by-step recipe book to offer the homebaker suitable recipe suggestions for use with the breadmaker.
Newest Review: ... and work with and now the only button that ever gets my undivided attention is start! The ease of this machine is second to ... more
by - written on 04/02/09 (Very useful, 167 readings)
I inherited my Hinari breadmaker from my mum about 8mths ago when she upgraded. I was not too impressed with the bread she made but having a kind of 'chuck it in' and go attitude which has seen my cooking progress from school made dishes to family meals with much success i decided to give this pride of place on my kitchen worktop. Now, the one i have is black and silver. Much better for hiding the occassional coffee spill etc (i have 3 children under 5 so these jobs seem to take a second place to surfing the net, cooking and never ending bum changing and wiping) - although they are very easy to clean and wipe down. The buttons on the machine are ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/07/08 (Very useful, 209 readings)
I bought my Hinari Breadmaker for £29.99 in Curry's about eighteen months ago and haven't bought a loaf of bread from a supermarket or baker since then. The bread I am able to make in this miracle machine is the best we have ever had and nothing else matches it. For a cheap machine it produces excellent results. Some breadmakers are very pricey indeed but I was loathe to spend too much in case it ended up not being used but gathering dust in the back of a kitchen cupboard. I thought I'd play safe and get a cheap one to start off with. The Hinari is a clean white colour and takes up no more room than a small microwave but, to my mind, is so much more ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/02/06 (Very useful, 2204 readings)
I have had this breadmaker/homebaker for about four years. I bought it when I was in new gadget mode and seemed to have most of the ones that most people have and this seemed a brilliant idea. Then after getting it home, unpacking it and making several loaves of bread, we realised that in this house we actually don't eat a loaf of bread a week. So there it sat atop the microwave, because we don't even have room for it really, for about three years. Every so often I gave it a wipe, thought I really ought to use it more often, but otherwise it didn't feature very highly in our lives. When the children came to visit my husband was heard to make jokes about all ... Read the complete review
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