I purchased the nine in one multi cooker online ;was so excited to receive it but unfortunately it got sent back due to error message I then had it replaced with a new one used it once made great bread went to use it again and it started smoking and a fire started inside ,as it flicked bread mix onto the element then caught fire , sending it back and will get refund I don’t trust this machine and I love breville as a brand usually,but not this dangerous appliance ,glad I was home at the time .
Purchased in May 2020 at Bing Lee Online store for $349.00.
2 out of 2 failed since purchase
We purchased this in March and it had a faulty lid so sent back for a replacement. The replacement lasted half way through one cook of rice before error message EO2 came up saying circuit issue contact breville. Now waiting again for another call back to get a refund on an item already replaced and had to wait for replacement as not in stock and don’t want replacement as batch number 1935. Refund on last item took 7 days.
Purchased in March 2020 at Bing Lee for $299.00.
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Very Good with limitations
I purchased the multi-cooker mostly for the programmable slow cooking functions of which it does a fantastic job. The unit is well constructed and easy to use although I sometimes still have to refer to the instruction manual to operate it. I noticed reviews rated it on it's pressure cooker function, it is not a pressure cooker, it even has an always open vent on it. It works very well on steaming, searing, slow cooking, soup/stew and bread making functions. I don't use any of the other functions. I have not had a bread maker for many year...s as I usually make bread by hand, the thought of fresh bread in the morning when I get up just caped of my decision to buy the 9 in 1. When making bread I limit myself to a medium (680 gram) loaf, as that comes as close to the lid as I would like. Using Laucke Multigrain bread mix, the result is very good, unfortunately the kneading blade usually stays on the shaft causing a large hole in the base of the bread. This can be avoided by taking the dough out of the machine, after the final knockdown, removing the blade and putting the dough back into the machine. I had to buy a F Dick 26 cm bread knife to cut the bread satisfactorily as a standard 20 cm bread knife is too short. Most of the cleaning is straightforward except if food gets below the outer heating element, fortunately I have a very narrow attachment for my vacuum cleaner to get it out. If the food is stuck on below the heating element I find a damp cloth on the end of a chopstick a satisfactory way to clean it. The viewing window often hard to see through as it seems to steam up easily between the two layers of plastic, I don't think that is of much concern although some people might. The cooker certainly does not seem to retain any cooking smells. Overall I am very happy with this multi-cooker and the high standard of food I have been able to cook with it.
Purchased in April 2020 at Betta Home Living for $329.00.
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Bought for bread making
Used three times, once for large loaf, then medium then small. With the large and medium loaves, the dough broke into smaller pieces which then worked their way over the loaf tin and onto the heating elements causing smoke and charcoal, effectively catching fire.
Purchased in March 2020.
First few loaves ok then not so good
Was happy with the first few loaves then we noticed smoke coming out, so we gave it a good clean as there we crumbs on the element. Next loaf same thing, it looks like when mixing some of it goes over the side and ends up burning on the element, in this case those crumbs then caught fire.... needless to say I am sending it back to Harvey Norman
Purchased in March 2020 at Harvey Norman for $280.00.
Best thing since sliced bread
I was a bit apprehensive when purchasing this Cooker because the claims that it could do so much seemed too hard to believe.
Well... throw away all your other appliances because this little beauty does it all.
We have been cooking up a storm, stews, curry, rice, bread, fried chips and our own yoghurt, everything turned out perfect. Has a recipe for Bread Rolls that you can play around with and make a Chelsea Bun full of sultanas, it is fantastic.
You can download a very comprehensive recipe book from Breville or it is just as easy to make your own favourite recipes.
Love that everything can be cooked using one pot and the lid seals so the liquids remain in the pot and not bubble down the sides. Very easy to clean.
Purchased in December 2019 at Myer Online Store for $295.00.
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First bread was great!
Looking around for a bread maker machine, I was doubting between the Panasonic SD-2501 and the Panasonic SD-ZB2512, but both were not available due to COVID-19 shortage of bread markers.
So, I bought this one, and I am VERY happy I did. The attached photo was from my first bread! Just threw in the ingredients, turned it on, eh voila, 3h and 20 min later (or thereabouts) had quality bread.
I would have liked the top a little darker, so I will go for dark setting next time (this was medium), and the bread is very slightly tickly woven, so perh...aps a little more water or yeast may do it. The 900g bread was gone in 20 minutes as the family LOVED it. Kids came back asking for more over and over, till the bread was gone. And you know what is super cool? My wife wanted a slow cooker, but she mentioned there may not be enough space in the kitchen. Now we have a bread machine which is also a slow cooker, and a fryer, and this and that. SUPER! Breville rocks.
Questions & Answers
Bread Maker issue - Bought this for making bread. I've been following the instructions for making a 900g loaf, always come out lumpy. Wife also had the same problem. Has anyone had this problem of recipe instructions not giving desired result?
I used the bread mix from supermarket and also added vitamin c which is bread improver as 3 crushed tablets. I also added a tablespoon of oil. No issues with it being lumpy but in saying that I gave up after having 2 machines fail and just got a refund then bought a second hand bread maker.
I would not attempt a 900gm loaf as a 680 gm comes up to just below the window at the top. Flour can vary and it is important to get the water/flour mix just right when the machine is in the early stages of kneading. Most of the time I use Laucke Multigrain Bread Mix, with 245ml of water and 450 gm of mix and 1.5 tsp of yeast, that is different from recommended on the pack. I set the machine to multigrain for a 680gm loaf cooked to medium, when there is 1 hour 23 minutes left, that is just after the last knockdown, I pull the mix out and remove the mixing blade and place the bread back in the machine to continue cooking. I also make loaves from plain flour from Aldi, the magic ingredient if you do that is bread improver that I buy from Woolies.
How to boil water on it’s own your instructions are not simple
I would suggest using the "Steamer" function, although using the 9 in 1 for just boiling water is a bit like using a sled-hammer to crack a nut. A cheap kettle would be easier and more efficient.
I only just bought it and to be honest its not very user friendly minimal instructions in manual, no recipe book only online and even their videos are basic ... we are in a temporary studio at the moment which has no cooker. That's why I bought it as using it for everything ...
|Dishwasher Safe Parts||Yes|
|Keep Warm Setting||Yes|
|Colour / Finish||Black|
|Dimensions||275 x 280 x 375 mm|
|Outer Body Construction Material||Plastic|
|Manufacturer Warranty||2 year(s)|
|Release date||Sept 2019|
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- MPN: BMC600, LMC600 and LMC600GRY
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