Panasonic Home Bakery 36menu Sd-bmt1001-t Bread Machine Review

The aroma of freshly baked bread is hard to resist and if it is home-made, a well-baked bread tastes heavenly on earth.


Pros & Cons:
All in all, a perfect bread maker for that perfect slice of bread. No fuss, no guesswork, however, a glitch is that the device is made in Japan and hence comes with all the instructions written in Japanese. You should understand Japanese or check online resources to use the machine appropriately. Besides this, one more thing that shouldn’t be overlooked is that the device works on 100 volts, hence an electronic transformer or converter is required in order to transform the voltage from 120 volts to 100 volts. If you are able to tackle these 2 things, Panasonic Home Bakery 36menu is an ultimate bread maker to fulfill all your baking needs.

If you are a baking enthusiast and love baking breads at home, you must have a given a thought or two about buying a bread machine. Breads that are the products of bread machines are more soft and succulent as compared to those that are baked in ovens.

So, to cater the needs of all those who love baking and eating home-made breads, Panasonic have come up with Panasonic Home Bakery 36 menu Bread Maker.

The machine is especially dedicated to bread making and besides making soft simple and plain sandwich bread bakes a variety of breads including marble bread, rice bread, whole wheat bread, rye bread, and so on.

The bread maker does give its users the flexibility of using a variety of ingredients including those that are Paleo-friendly. With dimensions of 14.7 x 13.1 x 10.3 inches and weight of not more than 15 pounds, the device offers standalone installation. The device is easy to clean and easy to use. All you need to do is to just in pop in the material and set the bread maker on your desired settings.

The pre-programmed menu options are really helpful for novice bread makers as well as seasoned cooks and take the guesswork out of baking. The bread maker does bake rice cakes, udon noodles, mochi, and various sorts of other breads.

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