Inspired by Paul Hollywood to bake your own bread at home? Check out this Panasonic SD-2500 breadmaker, reduced by £30 at Currys.
Now £89.99, the Panasonic SD-2500 breadmaker has 10 bread and dough modes, can make three different loaf sizes, and has gluten-free, rye and jam making options. Panasonic also claims that the surfaces of the pan and kneading blade are non-stick thanks to being coated in diamond particles.
This all makes this breadmaker sound mouthwatering, but do all the added features really work to make tasty, fresh bread every time? Will the non-stick surface mean easy and fuss-free breadmaking?
Find out if the claims are true in our review of the Panasonic SD-2500 breadmaker.
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How we test breadmakers
Our breadmaker tests have clocked up nearly 700 hours of baking time and produced over 300 loaves of bread, weighing almost 300kg altogether.
We test each breadmaker on the quality of the finished loaf on different settings and baking speeds. So when you purchase a Best Buy, you’re buying a breadmaker that bakes fresh and tasty bread every time.
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To by the Panasonic SD-2500 breadmaker, visit the Currys website.
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