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Is This Mum's Ideal Gift?

By Oonagh Reidy | Thursday | 09/05/2013

Mum's the Word for Pana's Bread Maker

Panasonic is pushing its Bread Maker as the ideal treat for Mum this Mother's Day. 

The Panasonic Bread Maker has a host of diverse, easy-to-use features, allowing families to enjoy a delicious loaf of bread first thing in the morning, with its 13 hour pre-set timer

Priced at $249, the SD-2501 has a slim, compact design

It even makes jam to spread on the bread, and a specialty mode which cooks various cereals and flours, such as spelt or rye, has a choice of three loaf sizes and crusts (light, medium or dark), and 13 baking programs.

Prue Sheehan, Panasonic Product Marketing - White Goods and Small Appliances, said it had "an exceptional response" last year when it re-introduced the Bread Maker. 

Key features

:. Diamond-Fluoro coated Bread Pan and Kneading Blade for outstanding durability.

. Jam and compote mode, with eight jam and six compote recipes available.

. Specialty mode allows users to cook with various cereals and flours, such as spelt flour.

. Raisin/nut dispenser. 

. 10 minute power interruption protection - in case of emergency, the machine has a 10 minute memory. The program will resume if restarted within 10 minutes.

. Choice of three loaf sizes and three crust colours. 

. 13 versatile baking programs and a comprehensive list of recipes are included in the operation manual. Menu options include Basic, White, Wheat, Rye, French, Italian, Sandwich, Gluten Free, Pizza and Bake Only.

 . Improved inner pan lock mechanism.

. 13 hour digital timer - wake up to the fresh smell of bread.

.  generous pan size of 1.13kg.

The Panasonic SD-2501 Bread Maker is available now from home appliance retailers. For more information and stockists, visit www.panasonic.com.au or phone 132 600.

Pan have also given some tips on more ways on how to get the most out of your Bread Maker with recipes here. 

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