Panasonic SD-MA18N-W Mochi/Dough Maker
Panasonic SD-MA18N-W Mochi/Dough Makerby Panasonic
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- 10-cup mochi/dough machine for making fresh mochi (rice cakes) and dough at home
- Automatic dough mode kneads and rises bread dough, pizza dough, noodles, and more
- Automatic mochi mode steams and pounds rice; steam-only and pound-only modes
- Rolling pin, impeller, steam-hole cover, measuring cup, and instructions included
- Measures 15 by 10-4/5 by 10-4/5 inches
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- Brand: Panasonic
- Dimensions: 18 x 13.4 x 13.4 inches
- Shipping Weight: 19 pounds
- Item ID: upc:037988959068
- Item ID: ean:0037988959068
Panasonic SD-MA18N-W, 10 Cup Rice Cake Capacity, Automatic Mochi (Rice Cake) Mode, Various Dough Modes Steam Only and Pound Only Mode, Pounding Control (Regular/Soft) Mochi/Dough Maker White
Average Customer Review
(5 customer reviews)
Excellent mochi maker, January 7, 2005
The Panasonic SD-MA18N-W Mochi Maker proved to be a very good device, providing excellent results in a relatively short time. the unit steamed 3 lbs of sweet rice in about 25 minutes and pounded the rice for about 15 minutes to produce a nice, smooth ball of hot mochi. The price was good and included at the time, an additional $25 discount and free shipping - hard to beat!... The mochi came out of the machine quite easily and cleanup was very easy. The first few batches of mochi were quite consistent and easy to work with (soak time for all of these was > 10 hours (overnight)); the final batch which was soaked just 5-6 hours came out very sticky and difficult to work. Overall, an excellent product.
Homemade Mochi - Yumm!, March 7, 2005
Cal Gal "Gal" (Oakland, CA)
Soak the mochi rice overnight for the best results. Works great and makes a batch in about an hour. Very easy to use, and the cleaning the unit after use is simple. Best when eaten fresh, but you can also freeze the mochi. Haven't used it to make bread dough yet. The funniest thing in the instructions is when they tell you to scrape any mold off any stored mochi before you eat it.
Excellent for making bread and mochi, August 26, 2005
R. Miller (Bethesda MD)
We have made only bread and mochi so far, and both are fine. We will soon make dough for noodles, pizza and won ton wraps. We use the machine about three times a week. It is important to know that the machine kneads the dough, which is then baked in the oven.