New Zojirushi Home Bakery Mini, Model BB-HAC10
The new Zojirushi Home Bakery Mini may be small, but it stands on the shoulders of giants! Zojirushi's auto breadmakers have an unrivaled reputation for superior features, performance and longevity. Pleasant Hill Grain is proud to represent Zojirushi products as an Authorized Zojirushi Dealer.
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New Zojirushi BB-HAC10 Home Bakery Mini
The New Zojirushi BB-HAC10 makes a light, 1 lb. loaf — for many, the perfectly ideal size! And that's just the start of it. The Zojirushi does an outstanding job of developing gluten and you can use the dough cycle by itself if you want, then finish baking in your regular oven... make dough for crisp pizza crust, light dinner rolls, mouth-watering cinnamon rolls, hamburger or hoagie buns, artisan breads, sourdough, cakes the possibilities are endless. Even makes fruit jam! And we include a free quick-start video to make learning quick, easy & fun!
Heir to Breadmaker Greatness: The Zojirushi BB-HAC10 Home Mini Bakery has beefed-up pulleys and belt and control circuitry derived from a long line of award-winning Zojirushi bread makers, from the now-retired S15 and V20 models to the extremely popular Zojirushi BBCC-X20. Its design provides superior kneading action so you get well-raised breads with outstanding texture. And it shares the highly domed interior of the X20, which prevents your bread from sticking to the lid if your recipe rises a little high. Pan inside dimensions are 4.6" x 5.7" with depth of 4.5".
You can blink now: Zojirushi Home Bakery Mini has a 10 minute "power interruption memory" so your bread won't be ruined if your power blinks off.
Easy to use: Just pour ingredients into the Zojirushi automatic bread machine (unmixed!) and select settings (comes with an easy to follow manual.) The Zojirushi takes it from there and alerts you when your bread is ready. A beep will remind you when to add mid-cycle ingredients, if your recipe calls for some. A window on top lets you follow the progress, and if you want, you can open the lid during operation without resetting the cycle (it keeps running with lid open.) Comes with a full set of preprogrammed cycles for a variety of breads. This great new Zojirushi bread maker can be programmed for delayed start (up to 13 hours ahead) so you wake up in the morning to the wonderful aroma of fresh bread for breakfast. Timer works for all bread cycles except Quick cycle.
Flour choices: The BB-HAC10 Home Bakery Mini works great with a wide array of recipes, including many that are included in the owner's manual. You can use pre-mixes as well as recipes calling for bread flour or all-purpose flour. Also, recipes calling for up to about 1/4 of the flour to be whole grain flour can be used. (Note: If you want to use more whole grain flour, then Zojirushi's X20 model is the the machine to choose because the X20 has adjustable raise/bake cycles and Pleasant Hill Grain includes our own instructions for using whole grain flour with the X20 model.)
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Dimensions: 12.25"H x 11"D x 8.5 "W.
Electrical: 120V, 450 watts
Warranty: The Zojirushi BB-HAC10 bread maker has a full 1 year manufacturer's warranty.
You'll love it! The Zo lets you have fresh, delicious, healthful bread in the kitchen all the time!
Zojirushi BB-HAC10 Home Bread Machine:
Regularly $209.95 See our sale price below.
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