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Sunbeam 5891 2-Pound Programmable Breadmaker, White
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- 600-watt programmable breadmaker makes 1-1/2- or 2-pound loaves of bread
- 12 cooking functions; 3 shade selections; 13-hour delay bake; LED display; touch-control panel
- Metal utensils should not be used with removable nonstick baking pan
- Wash by hand only; instructions with recipes included
- Measures approximately 14 by 19 by 13-1/2 inches; 1-year limited warranty
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|Dimensions||13 inches x 15 inches x 10 inches||14.1 inches x 13.8 inches x 13 inches||15 inches x 18 inches x 12.25 inches||12.75 inches x 12.38 inches x 16.38 inches|
|Item Weight||18.65 pounds||8 pounds||18 pounds||14.75 pounds|
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Sunbeam 2-Pound Programmable Bread Maker
Create bakery-style artisan bread right at home--in less than an hour--with this programmable bread maker from Sunbeam. Whether it's cinnamon-raisin bread in the morning, whole-wheat sandwich bread in the afternoon, or buttery dinner rolls to serve with dinner, the counter-top appliance makes it easy.
For a basic bread recipe, simply add measured ingredients (liquid, then dry) to the baking pan, snap the baking pan into the bread maker, and close the lid. Then make the desired selections from the user-friendly push-button control panel, and it takes care of the rest--baking up a 1-1/2-pound or 2-pound rectangular-shaped loaf to delicious perfection.
Large LCD Display
The control panel's large LCD display indicates the chosen settings and shows each stage of the bread-making process. Plus, the machine's large glass viewing window makes it possible to sneak a peek without lifting the lid.
12 Settings Offer Exceptional Versatility
The versatile bread maker offers 12 settings all together for baking a variety of breads, as well as for making dough, jam, and cake. In addition to the 12 settings, the bread maker also provides three different crust selections (light, medium, and dark).
13-Hour Programmable Delay Bake for Any-Time Baking
Best of all, the machine's 13-hour programmable timer allows for delaying the bake time, which means you can set it so you'll wake up to the aroma of freshly baked bread in the morning or come home to a warm loaf of bread at the end of a long day.
|Sourdough Bread||Oatmeal Bread||Traditional White Bread|
|Ingredients||Bread: 1 and 1/4 cups sourdough starter (see ‘Sourdough Starter,' below), 3/4 cup warm water, 1 and 3/4 teaspoons salt, 4 cups bread flour, 3 tablespoons sugar, 1 and 3/4 teaspoons active dry yeast, Sourdough Starter 2 and 1/4 teaspoons active dry yeast, 2 cups warm water 2 cups all-purpose flour.||1 and 1/4 cups water, 3 tablespoons honey, 2 tablespoons butter or margarine, 3/4 cup quick-cook oats, 1 and 3/4 teaspoons salt, 3 and 3/4 cups bread, flour 2 tablespoons, oat bran 2 tablespoons, dry milk, 2 teaspoons active dry yeast.||1 cup water, 2 tbsp butter or margarine, 1-1/2 tsp salt, 3 cups bread flour, 2 tbsp dry milk, 1 tbsp sugar, 2 tsp active dry yeast.|
|Directions||Recipe Measure and add liquid Ingredients (including sourdough starter) to the bread pan. Measure and add dry ingredients (except yeast) to the bread pan. Use your finger to form a well (hole) in the flour where you will pour the yeast. Yeast must NEVER come Into contact with a liquid when you are adding ingredients. Measure the yeast and carefully pour it into the well. Snap the baking pan into the breadmaker and close the lid. Press the 'Menu Select' button to choose the European setting. Press the 'Start/Stop' button. Sourdough Starter In a 2 or 3 quart glass bowl, using a wooden or nylon spoon, mix yeast and warm water. Let stand 10 minutes. Add flour: mix until thick batter forms. Batter need not be smooth. Cover loosely with cheesecloth, lightweight kitchen towel or plastic wrap. Let stand in warm place for 24 hours. Stir; cover loosely Place starter in a warm place for 2 to 3 days or until it bubbles and smells sour: stir once a day. Cover loosely with a plastic wrap or plastic cover: refrigerate.||Measure and add liquid ingredients to the bread pan. Measure and add dry ingredients (except yeast) to the bread pan. Use your finger to form a well (hole) in the flour where you will pour the yeast. Yeast must never come into contact with a Liquid when you are adding ingredients. Measure the yeast and carefully pour it into the well. Snap the baking pan into the breadmaker and close the lid. Press the 'Menu Select' button to choose the Basic setting. Press the 'Loaf Size' button to choose 1 lb., 1.5 lb., or 2 lb. Press the 'Crust Color' button to choose light, medium, dark or rapid crust. Press the 'Start/Stop' button.||Measure and add liquid ingredients to the bread pan. Measure and add dry ingredients (except yeast) to the bread pan. Use your finger to form a well (hole) in the flour where you will pour the yeast. Yeast must never come into contact with a liquid when you are adding ingredients. Measure the yeast and carefully pour it into the well. Snap the baking pan into the breadmaker and close the lid. Press 'Select' button to choose the Basic setting. Press the 'Crust Color' button to choose light, medium or dark crust. Press the 'Start/Stop' button.|
Top Customer Reviews
It's the recipes that come in the booklet that are bad. They all have way too much yeast, which is a classic cause of fallen loaves. I can't imagine how they came up with recipes with so much yeast! To see what I mean, Sunbeam has all their bread machine instruction manuals available online at [...]
ANYhoo, I strongly suggest that if you've never made bread by hand before, pick up a good all-inclusive intro to bread machine baking book that includes recipes (I think Better Homes and Gardens and Betty Crocker both have well-rated ones on Amazon). Usually the front of these books include bread baking basics, regardless of whether you are using a machine. The booklets that come with bread machines have only a few very basic recipes anyway, like a crockpot instruction book. This machine is a sturdy, capable tool to use with a descent book. It's too bad the included free one is a dud!
Things to remember: you MUST measure carefully, even more so than with other baking. Don't use dry measure cups to measure your liquid ingredients. Fresh yeast AND flour are a must. Know that adding/substituting in yeast bread recipes is not as "OK" as with other baking.Read more ›
This particular model is reasonably quiet while in operation, beeps after the 1st rest to indicate that it's time to add the nuts/raisins, etc., and beeps after the baking cycle is completed (if the bread is not removed from the machine as soon as it's done, it might lose moisture during the auto keep-warm cycle). I've twice made the following recipe with pine nuts and twice made pistachio-raisin bread (from "the Big Book of Bread Machine Recipes")--delicious.
The best part about this machine baking process is that it's not at all difficult in any way. Here is the typical baking process: Warm the liquid in a glass measuring cup in a microwave, stir in the salt/honey/sugar/butter in the warm liquid, pour the mixture into the baking pan, place the pan on the scale, adjust the scale to zero, add the required flour (1 cup flour = 4 to 4.5 oz), level the flour, add the yeast, twist to lock the pan into the breadmaker, plug in the breadmaker, select the crust color (best to try the "Light" color first), select the baking setting, after about 5 min. check the dough and add water/flour if necessary (very important step), remove the bread to a cooling rack as soon as it's done, then wipe the baking pan when it's cool enough. (It's helpful to have a portable timer on you to remind you to remove the bread, wherever you might be.)
The clean up is SO MINIMAL that the bread tastes just that much better! And, whenever we want oven-baked loaves, I'd simply use the breadmaker's dough cycle to lessen the clean up and do the rest as usual.Read more ›
to throw away. Above all, it is SO EASY TO USE.
This unit does what a breadmaker should do. I have now cooked over 200 loaves in 13 months. Very easy to use, minimal effort
required. Has proven durable for me. I unplug the unit when not in use.
My routine: pre pack six tubs with flour (50% white 50% whole wheat -- weighed on a weight watchers $10 scale ... which is much faster and easier than measuring the flour). Put in one cup of warm water, drop in one pre-packed tub (with flour, the smallest touch of salt, 1/2 the recommended sugar (brown)). Put in a dab of oil, and 1/2 the normal yeast for a firmer bread. Then add perhaps 1/2 a bananna or a peeled cored sliced apple, maybe some raisins, and some pecans. Best secret: Add a handful of frozen cranberrys. Choose program 5 (sweet), light color, 1.5 pound. Press start and come back three hours later.
Great bread for toast. Everybody likes the end product. Much better than store bread for less than $1 per loaf including the cost of the machine. I have now saved over $300.
We will never go back. I cannot find a reason to try any other machine. This unit does what is required.
Now the real benefit. One family member has suffered from headaches for 25 years. They stopped on the day I started making
bread. Apparently the headaches were gluten related --- I cannot explain it but we tried some store bread on her and the headaches returned. The headaches were very severe. Go figure!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I had a move expensive bread maker but the pan was $78. to replace. I purchased this based on the reviews and I have to say so far I am impressed. Read morePublished 1 day ago by ak2012
I would highly recommend this machine. I love it, but I received it as a Christmas gift and there were no instructions in the box. Very disappointing. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Kira Sherbondy
Haven't made a decent loaf of bread since I bought it. Tried all of the hints, no good! DON'T BUT ONE!Published 17 days ago by Lucinda M. McGeary
The first thing you need to do is ignore the recipes in the manual and buy yourself a good breadmachine recipe book such as the "Better Homes and Garden" or the "Betty... Read morePublished 18 days ago by Katie Maino
I replaced my old bread maker with this Sunbeam. Id make 2-3 loafs a week with my old one. I've had Honorable trouble with the bread falling with this machine. Read morePublished 21 days ago by Amazon Customer
We are using Gluten free bread mixes in our machine, and the bread is great. Would recommend it to everyone!Published 24 days ago by Lisa Pentland