Convection Bread Maker (2-lb.) by Cuisinart
Fresh bread doesn't get any fresher or easier than this! Cuisinart offers expert engineering with a bread machine that adjusts the speed and timing, circulating air while baking for breads that are bakery-style fresh. With this bread machine, you get a choice of 16 preprogrammed menu options, a choi... See complete description »
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Fresh bread doesn't get any fresher or easier than this! Cuisinart offers expert engineering with a bread machine that adjusts the speed and timing, circulating air while baking for breads that are bakery-style fresh. With this bread machine, you get a choice of 16 preprogrammed menu options, a choice of three crust colors and three loaf sizes. Best of all, choose from over 100 bread, dough and pizza dough, sweet cakes and jams. For those who are health conscious, the Cuisinart bread machine lets you select Low Carb and Gluten-Free with preset menu options and recipes - a Cuisinart exclusive! Another special menu option is the Artisan Dough that takes basic bread dough through several long, slow cool rises for chewier textures and rustic crusts. Other features include a convection fan that circulates air for superior crust color and texture and an audible tone that indicates when it's time to add fruit, nuts or other mix-ins. A second tone offers the option of removing the paddle before baking or removing unbaked dough to shape by hand. There's a 15-minute Pause, Bake Only option, a 12-Hour Delay Start timer and Power Failure Backup. In brushed stainless, it's one bread machine you won't mind leaving out on the counter for daily use. Recipe book included.
tHIS BREADMAKER COULD NOT BE PROGRAMMED , I FOUND IT TO BE CHEAPLY MADE, THE BREAD PAN WAS ALMOST IMPOSSIBLE TO REMOVE, i WOULD NOT RECOMMMEND IT!
According to the features, this looks to be a good product, but I have returned two of them. The first one I got, the crust was really hard, and it made a lot of noise. The new one was worse than the first one. I just don’t understand how two bread makers from Cuisinart, of all brands, were defective. The second one I got made a racket when it was baking as the “convection fan” sounded like it was rubbing against something. The kneading was also loud, but I think that is by design not defect. The loaf came out not mixed well (there was still flower in the corners) and the crust was hard as a rock. Major bummer.
For at least ten years I had a Panasonic Breadmaker. It was wonderful!! As they no longer make breadmakers, I decided to purchase a Cuisinart Breadmaker. I am so very disappointed in the product. I have used it twice and each loaf of bread was a disaster. I followed the instructions carefully but to no avail.
The first machine arrived crushed in the back..The second machine's hinge broke after second use. Thought the bread was great in the Cuisinart until I ordered the Zojirushi as the third replacement. This machine turns out the best bread I have ever made. The pre-heat feature is a must. It is well worth the price.
1. Info. manual is disorganized, no index, no way to find details. Reader is evidently expected to memorize it before use.
2. Recipe part of book is also un-indexed.
3. Both part are printed back-to back--if you use markers to mark sections in the manual, then turn the book over to use a recipe, the markers are on the bottom of the part you're reading. Not well designed.
4. Loaves produced are NOT rectangular regular bread sized loaves, more the shape of antique mud bricks.
5. Honey whole wheat recipe doesn't work. Need to add gluten, milk, and more yeast for it to work--and then only in the dough program. Needs to be finished in a regular oven.
6. The cooking cycle is VERY noisy, and also rattles anything on the table it's sitting on.
7. The machine has VERY SHARP EDGES. Unsafe for kids or older adults with thin skin on their hands. The lid has a sharp handle with which to be opened. The bread pan has sharp protrusions [clips] which hook on to more sharp clips in the machine. Very difficult to wash the bread pan without cutting one's hands on the clips.
8. Requires a lot of strength to insert or remove the bread pan from the machine. Brute force must be used! Since the purpose of using a bread-maker is to avoid the work of kneading--why require such force to use one?
If you can't finish a fresh-baked loaf of bread within a day or two, slice with a serrated knife and then freeze in a plastic bag. Then, you can just pull out a slice or two to toast whenever you'd like. Using slices of frozen bread is also a great trick when making sandwiches for brown bag lunches. The frozen bread keeps lettuce crisp, and the bread will be perfectly defrosted by lunchtime. Just be sure to wrap in foil, not plastic, so it won't become soggy.