Morphy Richards 48320 Premium Breadmaker

The Morphy Richards 48320 Premium breadmaker is a perfect choice if you want to make a tasty loaf of bread quickly, easily and with the minimum of fuss. The white and black plastic design may not be to everyone’s taste, but there’s no doubting the quality of the bread machine or the range of features that are available. While there are certainly cheaper breadmakers on the market, it’s usually best to get a high quality model which will last a long time and provide you with great tasting bread.

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Features of the Morphy Richards 48320

When it comes to features the Morphy Richards 48320 premium breadmaker is fairly standard. It has a variety of different programs, allows you to cook several loaf sizes and comes with a delay timer. Here’s an overview of the 48320’s most important features.

  • 17 different programmes – if you don’t want to be stuck with basic white or brown bread then having different programmes is essential. The 17 different programmes will keep you entertained for a while!
  • Sometimes you may just want a small loaf of bread for yourself, and other times you may need a large loaf for friends and family. The Morphy Richards 48320 has a choice of three different loaf sizes to suit a variety of situations. There are also 5 crust settings, like many other Morphy Richards breadmakers.
  • The Morphy Richards 48320 is built with ergonomics in mind. It also has an LCD display for easy use.
  • The 12 hour delay timer is useful if you want to wake up to a fresh loaf of bread in the morning.

Morphy Richards 48320 Reviews

The judge of any premium breadmaker is how easy it is to make your first few loaves. The Morphy Richards 48320 Premium breadmaker makes it straightforward, and it’s difficult to go wrong. Typically, you’ll have to make a few loafs of bread with any machine before you get the perfect settings for you though.

A great thing about the Morphy Richards 48320 is that it comes with a good manual and recipe book. It’s always a good idea to buy a separate recipe book though – even if it is just for variety.
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3 Responses to Morphy Richards 48320 Premium Breadmaker

Geoff Armstrong

September 11th, 2011 at 8:56 pm

This breadmaker makes the art of making fresh bread very easy and produces an excellent loaf albeit after nearly 5 hrs (2lb Wholemeal Loaf). Herein lies the one major flaw with this product, the time and more specifically the Delay Timer function.
Picture this – you arrive home from work around 8pm and have an early start the next day (as you have every day) you mix the ingredients, set the delay timer for 4 hrs so that the loaf is finished just as you get up. What a great smell to wake up to – ahh freshly baked bread !! Great. Well it would be only the instructions clearly say that the water in the mixture should be between 21 to 28 deg C which will just not happen after 4 hours of delay (even if you put boiling water in at the start – believe me I have tried).

So you think – well I will just set the baking off as I go to bed at 10:30 – baking finishes 5 hrs later at 03:30 ( now I know I said that I had an early start – but not that early !) at which time the instructions recommend you remove the loaf from the Breadmaker to stop it going soggy. You don’t remove it and you get a soggy loaf.

So if you have all day to make bread then this Breadmaker will do the job.
If you want to wake up to the small of freshly baked bread DON’T BUY THIS BREADMAKER as it doesn’t do what it says on the box.

Perhaps the boffins at Morphy Richards can sharpen their programming pencils and add in a water warm up cycle – or is that just too easy !!!!!

Derek

January 12th, 2012 at 10:25 am

You are out of date with the price for the Morphy Richards 48320. Your link to Amazon says the price is now £92-59 not £84-42.

Bill Clews

April 22nd, 2012 at 1:17 pm

I’m retired so the timer is not a problem; the 2lb Wholemeal Loaf only takes 3.40 hours on my 48320 incidentally.
My problem is the timer – 1st bake was on program 2 – no problem. 2nd bake I tried program 19 & that resulted in total confusion – back to program 2 but couldn’t get rid of the timer. I’m here looking for an override to start again as, on level 2, it is now counting down 4 hours and I don’t think the results are going to be good! I need an override to cancel everything (unplugging for a short period doesn’t work).

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