If you are one who loves home-made bread, you have probably considered investing in a bread maker. There are so many makes and models on the market today that the choice in purchasing would not be an easy one. In fact, it does not stop there. You still have all of the functions and features to consider based on whether they meet your needs and cooking habits. To make the decision easier in purchasing a bread maker, we will diagnose a couple of facts.
Panasonic is a recommended brand to consider when deciding on a bread machine. First of all, Panasonic has apparently produced a dependable bread machine which happens to be one of the best. Sometimes, big brand names do correlate with the quality of a product. A second reason to purchase a Panasonic is that Panasonic has a good reputation on many of their products, and I do not think that they would make one that would give them a bad name. A third reason to select a Panasonic machine is that their appliance is very user friendly and has a lot of helpful features to enable you to produce quality home baked bread. Panasonic has two bread makers that come highly recommended.
The Panasonic SD-YD250 is an automatic bread machine with a yeast dispenser that automatically dispenses yeast at the right time for the perfect bread. Its unique compact design allows it to fit right on your countertop. Its non-stick inner pan has a built in handle to conveniently allow lifting from the unit. The Panasonic SD-YD250 has an easy to read LCD display. You can select up to 6 bread or dough options. There are 5 baking methods on this bread machine. Its preset timer even allows you to set the timer before going to bed so that your bread is done when you wake up. The Panasonic SD-YD250 allows you to choose the loaf size and set the crust control.
Panasonic makes another bread maker, the SD-RD250, which is also slim and compact in its design. This particular bread machine has a raisin and nuts dispenser that automatically dispenses at the optimum time. It has a pasta mode on it also. The SD-RD250 has a bread pan that is scratch resistant with a diamond-fluorine coat so that bread does not stick. The pan is built togher than some of the others so that it lasts long and is very durable. The LCD display is large and easy to see and has a 13 hours timer so that you may make your bread at night and wake to the fresh aroma in the morning. The inner pan is non-stick and comes with a handle built-in for easy lifting. Bread is able to easily slide from the pan. There are 7 baking modes on the Panasonic SD-RD250, and you can select from 2 loof sizes as well as crust color.
Source by Richard McIntyre