Zojirushi CEC-20 Home Bakery Supreme Bread Machine - White
Baguettes, dinner rolls, sandwich loaves, and pizza represent examples of what we consider the Zo's best use: kneading dough, then taking it out to shape as you please and bake in your oven. The Zo does indeed knead dough more effectively — and with much less user-time and effort — than any other appliance we've tried. There's nothing easier than putting the ingredients into the bucket, pushing "start," and coming back 90 minutes later to thoroughly kneaded, beautifully risen dough. Make pizza, bread sticks, dinner rolls, focaccia, sweet braids — anything you like. And sure, you can bake a loaf in the machine, if you want. But we prefer having a little creative fun and going beyond the standard loaf. And Zo makes it simple.
What you get
Machine is 9¾" deep, 16½" wide, and 12¼" tall. Produces a 1½- to 2-pound loaf.
Care & storage
Bucket & blades are NOT dishwasher safe.
Test kitchen tips
Want to make golden dinner rolls, scalloped potatoes, stuffing, and cranberry sauce, using your Zo? Here's how.
- This bread machine kneads yeast dough more thoroughly, with less effort, than anything else, from hands to food processor to mixer. We ought to know — we have seven Zo's in our test kitchen!
- Features 9 baking modes & 3 crust settings.
- 3 fully programmable cycles allow you to program kneading, rising, and baking times.
- Bigger and clearer viewing window.
- Non-stick horizontal pan has two kneading blades.
- Sourdough cycle keeps starters warm for 2 hours.
- 13-hour delayed bake cycle, auto "keep warm" phase, and 10-minute power-failure backup.
- Beeper notifies when to add fruits & nuts.
- Includes instruction manual/recipe book, video, & two King Arthur information sheets: gluten-free bread from your Zo, and a troubleshooting guide/guide to settings.
- 1-year limited warranty.
- Model BB-CEC20; RoHS compliant (free of lead, cadmium, PBB, mercury, hexavalent chromium, and PBDE).