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Breadman TR2500BC Ultimate Plus 2-Pound Convection Breadmaker, Stainless-Steel
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- Programmable bread machine bakes 1-, 1-1/2-, and 2-pound horizontal loaves
- Convection bake function for crisper crust; 300+ pre-programmed recipes
- Gluten-free, low-carb, cake batter, jam, and pizza-, bagel-, and pasta-dough options
- Fruit, nut, and herb "add-in" dispenser; 24-hour delay-bake timer
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|Material||Stainless Steel||Information not provided||Stainless Steel||Information Not Available|
|Dimensions||13 inches x 17 inches x 10 inches||14.1 inches x 13.8 inches x 13 inches||15.59 inches x 16.57 inches x 11.97 inches||15 inches x 18 inches x 12.25 inches|
|Item Weight||17.31 pounds||8 pounds||8708.92 grams||18 pounds|
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Some people have trouble with the dough ball not picking up all the flour during kneading. My suggestion is that your dough ball isn't quite moist enough. I am creating my own recipes, especially since I like to make some breads with cooked cereal. The important thing if there is some question as to whether you have the right balance of wet and dry ingredients is to observe your dough ball during the 2nd kneading. If there is any flour in the corners that has not picked up after a few minutes, use your rubber spatula to scrape it toward the middle. If this doesn't work, I suggest using a spritzer on the dough ball until the flour adheres.Read more ›
1. The manual recommends when you first run the machine to do so empty to burn off the oils from the manufacturing process. You need to keep the lid OPEN, which they do not mention; this will ensure the unit does not get overly hot.
2. It is critical to always, always, add the liquid first, regardless of the instructions or whether or not it is a gluten free recipe. Adding the flour first then the liquid on top will contribute to the `hopping' and burn out your motor, eventually. The reason this happens is simple, the paddle is short and when it first starts to move, if you have the flour on the bottom it moves through the flour slowly pulling in the liquid. This creates a cement like mixture initially, until all the liquid can be pulled in. Just like when you mix by hand and do not have enough liquid in the flour, it is bloody hard to mix. This results on lots of strain on the paddles (making the machine jump) and the motor (burning it out). Add the liquid first then the flour on top, when the paddle engages, you can literally hear it swooshing though the liquid, gradually pulling in the flour. The machine doesn't even shimmy in the slightest. And the bread still turns out wonderful.Read more ›
I would recommend this product. During the past two weeks, I have made various yeast and batter breads and had no problems whatsoever. I have never used a bread machine before, or baked yeast bread in an oven. I find the TR2500BC simple to use and easy to clean. My bread loaves have come out just fine.
I suspect the key to good breadmaking is to read the instruction manual a few times before you use it (particularly if you have no prior bread machine experience). As well, level measures of the ingredients and layering the ingredients as recommended by the manufacturer help.
I have been using the bread recipes in _The Allergy Self-Help Cookbook_ by Marjorie Hurt Jones. Thus far, I am quite satisified with the TR2500BC and the recipes from Jones' cookbook.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have had this machine for six years and use it at least once a week, primarily for making pizza dough. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Jack's Grandma
I started using the Breadman back in 2000. Since then I have tried the Breadman 2700 which was a disappointment and also a Cuisinart bread maker which seemed to be the same machine... Read morePublished 15 days ago by Elaine A. Pribble
Simple and easy to use. The recipes that come with the machine seem to make a very heavy loaf. Possibly I just need more practice.Published 23 days ago by M. Cooper
Very nice machine. Only thing better is the fresh bread coming out of it!Published 1 month ago by Kindle Customer
I bought this for my daughter for Christmas and she has used it every day becoming educated on how it works with variety of breads. Based upon the usage I would say she loves it.Published 1 month ago by Gutches Girl
Made my first loaf and the machine did a nice job. Bread has good consistancy and taste. Looking forward to trying more recipes.Published 1 month ago by Future Leader
My wife got this as a gift a couple years ago. I'm giving it two stars because sometimes it would cook good bread. The rest of the time, not so much. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Szilla