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Panasonic has launched its first hard-crust bread maker for consumers to create artisanal-quality crust loafs with next-generation baking, kneading and dough rising technology, as well as state-of-the-art temperature sensors.
Building on 30 years’ experience of baking innovation, Panasonic has sought to make home-baking as simple as possible with the ZP2000 Bread Maker with 18 auto-programs for hard-crust loafs, gluten free bread, fruit compotes and more, at the touch of a button.
Panasonic Australia product marketing manager small appliances, Chasnyn Ousmand said, “The SD-ZP2000 and its range of next-generation features will give Australians the best possible opportunity to bake delicious bread creations in a simple manner, especially those who love entertaining family and friends in the home.
“Panasonic has a strong heritage in baking and the SD-ZP2000 will ensure this easy, new and innovative solution becomes a popular choice for every Australian kitchen.”
A combination of the blade and ribs in the pan replicate the kneading techniques of artisans for home bakers to get creative with styles of bread, toppings and presentation. The two state-of-the-art temperature sensors work in unison to ensure the dough rises consistently during the baking process.
The bread maker uses information from both sensors to select the optimum program to rise and rest the dough in any environment. One sensor measures the internal temperature, while the second sensor gauges the ambient room temperature
Unlike traditional bread makers that feature a bottom-only heater, the SD-ZP2000 mimics a traditional baker’s oven with a newly optimised heating structure. A reflective inner lid and central heater surrounding the ceramic pan work together to ensure a stable baking temperature for a consistently crispy and authentic crust.
The SD-ZP2000 is now available from leading consumer electronics retailers at RRP $469.