Bread Maker
A breadmaker generally consists of a pan with a paddle mounted in the centre. It is a special purpose oven with a control panel so you can control settings to make different kinds of dough.

Japan was the first country to use the breadmaker in the late 1970s. Nearly a decade later, the United States and the United Kingdom embraced the breadmaker. Handy breadmakers have not been viable for commercial use, but they have been helping millions of people wake up to freshly baked bread every morning.

You can choose breadmakers depending on the shape of the bread pan (which depends on the amount of bread that need to prepare everyday) and its functionality. You can opt for programmable cycles which will help you control kneading or rising times as you bake your loaf. Normally, higher end models come with this feature and it is a safe bet for experienced breadmakers. On the other hand, pre-programmed cycles are the best option if you are looking for a breadmaker that lets you prepare dough you can shape with your hands.

Bread baked in horizontal pans has a better texture and is easy to slice as well. Better still, if you can find pans which are not just horizontal but non-stick and removable, it makes cleaning up very quick. You can adjust the baking time to give you bread with the crust colour of your choice with light, medium or dark options. Some models come with a two loaf capacity as well -a convenient feature for large families.
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