Emeril by T-fal OW5005001 3-Pound Automatic Bread Machine - Baguette and Br
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- Bread maker bakes 3-, 2-1/2-, or 2-pound loaf, or 4 individual baguette loaves
- 14 pre-programmed settings for a variety of breads, cake, dough, pasta, and jam
- Touch-pad controls; 3 crust settings; 15-hour timer; keep warm; auto shut-off
- Includes nonstick loaf pan and baguette trays, baker�s brush, finishing blade, and recipes
- Measures 26-1/2 by 19 by 15-1/2 inches; 1-year limited warranty
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The unit itself is pretty large, but it functions quietly, and stays in one place on the counter. The pan is 8 5/8" by 4 3/4" by 6" tall, so it makes a loaf that is actual loaf pan-sized! It has way more wattage than the Zo (1650 vs. 700), and so far is proving to be a stunning value! Highly, highly recommended!
I've since found out that the 'cake' cycle is the quick bread cycle. Bakes a wonderful one from a box (that's the only kind I've tried so far). Also, I've tried fat-free loaves and it worked great with them too.
I'm a little disappointed that there's no 'bake only' cycle. That would help me a lot with sourdough loaves.
My first bread machine was an old Betty Crocker II that I bought back in the late 80s or early 90s. It supposedly made a two pound loaf...I used to knead much more dough than that and it would handle it just fine. After 15 years of loyal service it finally died. My mother gave me a bread machine for Christmas...it was a Magic Chef and I guess it was ok but nothing to write home about...it worked but only just and only with white flour. I have since purchased a mill and started milling my own fresh flour and the Magic Chef just couldn't handle it.
I then started using my Kitchen Aid mixer with the dough hook to make my bread and talk about a nightmare but I'm not even going to go there. I then started looking at mixers that would be able to handle the workload that I was putting on them and the one that I really needed started at around $500.00. I really didn't want to spend that much money.
In my search for another bread machine that I thought might be able to handle the task I came across the T-Fal OW500 and decided to give it a shot. Besides the fact that it was almost a fourth the cost of the mixer, it was designed to knead 3 pounds of dough, so I figured I'd give it a shot.
I've had it for about a month now and I couldn't be happier...it works like a dream. It does an awesome job of kneading the dough and I have to say it gives me some of the best-textured bread I've ever had the pleasure of eating.
UPDATE.... It's now July of 2015 and I'm still using this bread machine and I'm still very happy with it.
I would highly recommend this machine, Ive had no problems with the paddles sticking to the bread. But I do need to run a plastic knife around the pan to loosen the loaf to have it come out. After studying different machines I know I made the right choice with this one.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Good bread machine, but since its my first I'm still getting used to different recipes.
Its a little on the big side as it makes 2lb, 2. Read more
Bought this as a gift. The girl loves it and uses it ALL the time without a problem. She grinds her own flour and says it makes the most wonderful bread. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Marie
I am pleased with the job that it does. I have not tried the baugettes yet but bread and bread dough turn out nice.Published 19 months ago by Stephanie Castillo
Not sure there's a point writing a review - I did buy mine new last year through Bed, Bath, Beyond. There is one tip I want to giv e for people that do own it:
When... Read more
We love it. Some of the best homemade bread ever. Just tastes so much fresher than store bought. We liked it so well that we bought one for my brother and new wife as a wedding... Read morePublished on December 4, 2013 by jshiner9
I have not opened it yet, but plan to once my new place is finished. I originally purchased it for someone else, but decided to keep it.Published on November 27, 2013 by Phenry