Brilliant Breadmaking in Your Bread Machine




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Book Description

Learn how to make deli­cious bread with your bread machine

About the Author

Cather­ine Atkin­son has a degree in Food and Nutri­tion BSc (Hons). She has been Deputy Cook­ery Edi­tor on Wom­an’s Week­ly mag­a­zine and lat­er Cook­ery Edi­tor of Home. Cather­ine is now a full-time writer and food con­sul­tant to var­i­ous lifestyle and health mag­a­zines and has writ­ten more than six­ty cook­books. She spe­cialis­es in healthy eat­ing and her recent pub­lished books include ‘Coconut water and coconut oil’, ‘Nut milks and nut but­ters’ and ‘Pow­er blends and smoothies’

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Dimensions 17.15 × 1.27 × 20.96 cm

Robinson; UK ed. edition 21 Nov. 2012




160 pages






17.15 x 1.27 x 20.96 cm


  1. Mary W

    Bril­liant Book for Bril­liant Bread­mak­ingExcel­lent book to go with my new bread­mak­er. I already have anoth­er bread­mak­ing recipe book, which was ok but a lot of recipes were aimed at the US mar­ket, and a bit dat­ed anyway.The recipes are divid­ed into sec­tions: Every­day Basic Bread, Clas­sic breads, Savoury/Sweet enriched breads, Shaped breads, Breads for spe­cial diets, and Cakes and teabreads. Each recipe has its own page and quan­ti­ties are giv­en for 750g loaf, as well as 900g or 450g loaves. As I haven’t had this book long, I have only made some of the recipes in the Every­day basic bread chap­ter, all of which came out very well! I aim to have a go at a new recipe each week, so it’ll keep me busy!I have knocked off one star for the lack of pho­tos — it would be nice to have some idea of what the end result should look like, par­tic­u­lar­ly for the shaped breads chap­ter and the cakes & teabreads chap­ter. But oth­er­wise a great buy!

  2. Jason Good

    Just superbJust a superb small book chock full of recipes. The sim­ple white loaf is sim­ple, and white. The Farm­house white is even tasti­er and stays fresh­er longer. The 50/50 white/brown is deli­cious — all the flavour of brown bread with­out all of the den­si­ty. Not yet tried the whole­meal or malt­ed gra­nary, but I will — the flours are on my shop­ping list.Two key things I’ve found make the dif­fer­ence between a good and a bad bake — fol­low­ing the ingre­di­ents very close­ly and ensur­ing the liq­uids are at the right tem­per­a­tures — mid 20s c to mid 30s c. I bought a ther­mome­ter with a clip designed for mea­sur­ing the tem­per­a­ture of milk for frothy cof­fee for not much mon­ey and this seems to have ensured every loaf comes out perfectly.

  3. Joanne Snow­don

    and I’m glad I didI bought this based on oth­er reviews, and I’m glad I did. The recipes I have tried so far have turned out fan­tas­tic. Bet­ter than those that came with my Pana­son­ic. I also decid­ed to exper­i­ment with a cou­ple of recipes and not reverse the ingre­di­ents list as you are sup­posed to do with a Pana­son­ic (i.e. dry then wet). Makes no dif­fer­ence to the bread whatsoever.

  4. mrs mau

    Buy itMy first bread mak­er which I did­n’t real­ly want in the first place has proved a source of amuse­ment in my house­hold. I have a stash of dif­fer­ent flours at the ready and have used quite a few of the recipes in this book. Its sim­ply laid out with easy to fol­low recipes full of vari­ety. My lat­est adven­ture has been into the white bread recipe using 2 eggs. This has pro­duced a love­ly tex­tured bread . The dif­fi­cul­ty is in leav­ing the bread long enough to cool before its attacked .

  5. EllieF

    Dis­ap­point­ingBought this because of all the rave reviews, but it did­n’t live up to the hype.I found the recipe she gives for the mid­dle sized loaf works quite well, but I real­ly want­ed to make the small­est size. Unfor­tu­nate­ly I think her adjust­ed quan­ti­ties are off, as I have had prob­lems (such as very uneven loaves) that I nev­er have with oth­er bread machine recipes.I have a Pana­son­ic bread machine and the recipes that came with the machine work per­fect­ly in all sizes, so I can hon­est­ly say I think the prob­lem is her pro­por­tions are wrong.However, I did find the hints and tips use­ful and it is nice to find recipes for the UK mar­ket as opposed to the American.The oat and hon­ey loaf ( the mid­dle sized recipe) is beau­ti­ful and per­fect for break­fast toast — no mar­malade or jam need­ed, just but­ter, I can rec­om­mend it.

  6. CS

    There is a huge choice of recipes both sweet and savoury and I believe that not only would …Hav­ing recent­ly bought a bread mak­er, I decid­ed to pur­chase this book so I had a greater choice of recipes. So far, I have baked the whole­meal loaf and was very impressed and have just pur­chased the ingre­di­ents for the brioche loaf and the choco­late. There is a huge choice of recipes both sweet and savoury and I believe that not only would this book suit some­one new to using a bread machine but there would be recipes to suit those with more expe­ri­ence too. I have a Rus­sell Hobbs Bread Mak­er and the recipes work for this machine, with quan­ti­ties giv­en for 500 grm., medi­um and large loaves as well. In con­clu­sion, a most use­ful recipe book.

  7. Ama­zon Customer

    Best favourite bread book yetBought this book based on reviews and a got­ta agree ” wow! Best favourite bread book yet. Rat­ed top over all oth­er bread books I own!

  8. Maria K

    Amaz­ing recipesBought this as I acquired a bread mak­er recent­ly and thought I ought to learn how to use it. The recipes are very inter­est­ing, unusu­al and clear­ly make full use of the tal­ents of the bak­er and, alleged­ly the machine. I’ve even tried a few of the recipes over Christ­mas and the results are com­plete­ly deli­cious, albeit the recipes have not been used in the bread­mak­er machine but by my own skills. Sad­ly, so far I’ve found the bread machine is not con­sis­tent with its per­for­mance and I will stick to mak­ing my bread by hand which gives me greater con­trol and con­sis­ten­cy over the dough. Moral of the sto­ry? Nev­er ask a machine to do what you can do yourself.

  9. Mr PD TaylorARPS

    Per­fect com­pan­ion for my Pana­son­ic bread machine.I bought a bread machine at the begin­ning of the 13 week Coro­n­avirus lock­down in the UK (seem­ing­ly a mir­a­cle). I need­ed a col­lec­tion of recipes to get me start­ed with my Pana­son­ic machine.Everything is clear­ly explained, with met­ric mea­sure­ments. That’s impor­tant, because if you keep the bread pan on your scales, as you add ingre­di­ents, you can weigh your water rather than using a mea­sur­ing jug. 1 litre of water weighs 1kg…Panasonic recipes put the yeast in first. This is the reverse order to these recipes. Basi­cal­ly, if you have a Pana­son­ic, yeast first, then flour, oth­er ingre­di­ents, and final­ly water.i must have made 10 dif­fer­ent types of loaf now, and all have come out perfectly .

  10. Fer­ret

    Great recipes.Real­ly rec­om­mend this book to UK bread machine users as the mea­sure­ments are in grams and tea­spoons so no need to trans­late from USA mea­sures. So far I’ve tried the basic whole­meal, seedy brown and buckwheat/wholemeal loaf and they’ve all turned out great, real­ly nice bread. I use an old­er Pana­son­ic bread machine and these recipes suit this well. Look­ing for­ward to try­ing some of the more exot­ic options with sun­dried toma­toes and herbs. Very com­pre­hen­sive book with lots of options.

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