(L) The i-Smart Maker; (R) The freebies that come with it - a kitchen scissor, digital scale and a double bread pan
Since I took leave the last few days, I made an appointment for the agent to deliver the machine to me. She demonstrated by using the machine to prepare a roast chicken (she marinated and brought the chicken along), and we also baked a loaf of bread from scratch.
Black pepper roasted chicken and sausage and cheese loaf
The machine is pretty nifty – I can pretty much just dump the ingredients in, press one button, and 2.5 hours later, a freshly baked loaf of bread will be ready. The machine will take care of the mixing, kneading, proofing and baking – all in the same pan without me having do anything. No complicated DVI cable or Optical cables to deal with. The only cable I need is the cable for USB to download these photos from my camera.
The machine can also be used to bake cakes, prepare dough for pizza, pau, buns, cookies, and cooking curry chicken, claypot chicken rice, soups, etc. I hope I’ll be diligent in baking home-made bread and buns for the girls and myself.