Zojirushi Home Bakery Supreme- Black

Zojirushi Home Bakery Supreme- Black


Zojirushi Home Bakery Supreme-  Model BB-CEC20 (Black)

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  Now introducing our wonderful Zojirushi Home Bakery in a new stylish black and steel design that will compliment any kitchen.  For not just good, but great bread making, this New Model for Zojirushi is the bread machine to meet your high requirements. It makes a high, light 100% whole wheat loaf as well as crusty white bread. The two-pound loaves are perfect for sandwiches, toast or just plain eating. Use the dough cycle and make crisp pizza crust, light dinner rolls, cinnamon rolls, hoagie buns. etc. You are only limited by your imagination. Old world style breads are easy in this machine, especially using the new Sourdough setting.(Be sure to ask us for our famous Sour Dough recipes including our phenomenal Sour Dough Rye.)The Zojirushi also makes absolutely delicious low sugar jams, great cakes and has an optional Home Menu Cycle so you can add your favorite recipe to the menu.

The Zojirushi BBCC-X20 makes a light 100% whole wheat loaf or a delightful white bread from start to finish, in a traditionally shaped, 2 pound, horizontal loaf! 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. Don't want quite 2 lbs? The Zo gives you the freedom to make smaller 1.5 lb. loaves if you'd rather. Even makes fruit jam and meat loaf. And we include a free quick-start video to get you off on the right foot!

Stronger than ever: The Zojirushi X20 has beefed-up pulleys and belt the heaviest-duty drive system ever on a Zojirushi bread maker, for a long, trouble-free life. Unlike most bread machines, the Zo has plenty of power and durability for whole grain dough. Of course, it's equally at home with white flour, or any blend you can imagine. Twin paddles provide superior kneading action so you get well-raised breads with great texture (in fact, the X20 uses the very same pan as the multi-award-winning V20 model that it supercedes... Zojirushi was smart enough not to mess with what was already perfect.) The BBCC-X20 also inherited the highly domed interior of its predecessor to keep your bread from sticking to the lid if your recipe rises a little high, and has crust-control adjustability. Pan inside dimensions are 5"W x 8.75L x 4.75"D.
Well mannered: Even though it's stronger than ever, the new X20 is also Zojirushi's quietest breadmaker ever.
You can blink now: Zojirushi has added a 10 minute "power interruption memory" into the X20 bread machine, 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.The control panel is set at the perfect angle for easy viewing, and the Zo's new, bigger-than-ever window lets you see what's happening inside. This new model lets you 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, or you can easily create your own custom cycles. The new X20 now remembers three of your favorite custom recipes for one-touch programming. 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 and Sourdough cycles.

Comparison Chart of the Zojirushi Automatic Breadmakers


Zo-je-ru... How do you pronounce this, anyway?!   We call them Zo's for short!




   Customer Review- I luv my Zo; it's the best bread machine I have ever had!! It just cannot make a bad loaf of bread.  I just measure the ingredients into the pan and select the cycle;  no testing the water temp:  a no brainer!!  - Caroline Lupul





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