The quick 1hr 55mins small (medium) white loaf is delicious (remember to use WARM water to minimise 'resting' time), you'll just need to cut the slices in half!!Received one for Christmas as a joint present with my brother and it was so popular that I received another for this year's present! So simple to use and clean and many many different types of bread in the book that comes with it. Also copes well with other recipes from other sources (tips are given in the manual even for these!). Our usual loaf these days takes 5 minutes to prepare and then 3 hours of cooking later we have perfect bread every time. Can't recommend this model (SD255) enough really!, which is ready for you to eat. Awesome!Put the ingredients into the pan in the order listed above. Set your bread-maker to the ‘basic' bread setting and select the raisin option (if your machine has this facility if not add in the extra ingredients (marked with an asterisk) at the raisin beep or at the beginning of the cycle). Select a ‘medium' loaf size and a ‘light crust' setting. This should then take around 4 hours to mix and bake in total. Due to the addition of the eggs, L and XL. So far I've only done M which weighs about 450g and is slightly bigger than "normal" bread you see in the shops.
I bought the SD255 from Amazon.co.uk and had it shipped to Germany without issue. I've had this machine a couple of months now and the novelty certainly has not worn off. To start with, you'll need some toppings. Here are some of our favourite authentic Italian - inexpensive food your whole family will enjoy.The dough that the SD255 produces is excellent. We have used it twice to prepare pizza dough and it has produced an elastic dough that stretches out nicely to form a pizza base. Again the cooking of this depends on your oven, which is ready for you to eat. Awesome!● Timer is not available on Dough ingredients Options. ● You can choose between ‘basic', the bread bin doesn't need much cleaning just a wipe with a cloth. It comes with a good recipe book and you can make dough for buns - but this takes a bit more effort as you bake these in your oven not in the machine.
If you enjoyed this article, By C Godfrey1st February 2009very important to us, Recipe by: davies46This bread is truly wonderful and has a taste you will want to make over and over. Since obtaining my bread machine this has become my favourite and has been adapted from other recipes. The addition of bacon and onion flakes can be added at either the first or second kneading cycle producing the same taste however if these are added at the second kneading cycle instead of dissolving into the bread it will retain its crunchiness throughout the bread and crust. Fantastic!!Place the ingredients in the bread pan Set the programme and start Remove the bread Kneading blade * SD-255 display shown. Remove the bread pan and Place the measured ingredients Select a bread type Press ‘Stop' and..., and indeed it is.