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Toaster for Panasonic breadmaker bread

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Toaster for Panasonic breadmaker bread


Postby felixcanis » February 17th, 2020, 6:18 pm

We use a Panasonic bread maker - and I've been looking for a toaster suitable for the bread we produce. Slices are approx 18cm*15cm, sometimes up to 20cm tall with variable thickness depending on which of us cuts the bread.

Our loaves are too tall to go into 'normal' toasters - one manufacturer suggested a long slot version, putting the bread in 'landscape' but then the slices would still protrude out the top of the toaster.

Does anyone make their own bread and use a toaster? I guess I could stick with using the oven, but I think a toaster would be faster.


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Re: Toaster for Panasonic breadmaker bread


Postby swill453 » February 17th, 2020, 7:08 pm

Cut the slices in half?


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Re: Toaster for Panasonic breadmaker bread


Postby Pheidippides » February 17th, 2020, 7:53 pm

Goodness me, a Panasonic bread maker thread....

That really takes me back to the good old TMF LBYM days



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Re: Toaster for Panasonic breadmaker bread


Postby dspp » February 17th, 2020, 8:36 pm

The cheap version of a Dualit toaster is fine for me, and my recipe for my Panasonic, and my breadknife, gets a fit :)

regards, dspp

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Re: Toaster for Panasonic breadmaker bread


Postby Rhyd6 » February 20th, 2020, 12:41 pm

We have a panny breadmaker and a wide slot Russell Hobbs toaster. The bread is put in sideways and this works really well.


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Re: Toaster for Panasonic breadmaker bread


Postby PrincessB » February 22nd, 2020, 6:18 pm

You'll be needing a dual slot four slice toaster with variable width.

The bigger the toaster, the better, but as a general rule, you should be able to fit a pitta bread in with ease and you should be aiming for something massive enough to accept a normal sized naan bread.

A normal Dualit is a useful device but as they are designed for commercial use they will struggle when presented with the bigger slices from the bread machine. They do a long slot unit which looks viable and should give some idea of what to search for should you feel £93 is a bit much for a toaster.

Link: No connection to Amazon or Dualit. ... ces&sr=1-3

Thanks for asking the question, I've got a £20 dual slot unit which does the job, having researched I like the look of the Dualit and that sorts my birthday present out.


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Re: Toaster for Panasonic breadmaker bread


Postby 88V8 » February 27th, 2020, 10:12 am

We have a Panasonic about 20yo, as you say the height is variable.
Our 1940s Dualit does the job. OH toasts each slice for X minutes then turns it over and toasts the other end.


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Re: Toaster for Panasonic breadmaker bread


Postby djbenedict » February 27th, 2020, 10:33 am

Another vote for the Dualit from this SD-2501 user. The bread sticks up about 2cm out of the slot initially, but shrinks a bit as it toasts so that by the time it is done it doesn't stick out at all. I flip it over halfway through usually. We have a 4 slot Dualit, as family breakfast time means the high throughput industrial qualities of the machine are used to their fullest advantage.

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