The Perfect Toastie.....

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Ian.B
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Re: The Perfect Toastie.....

Postby Ian.B » Mon Oct 08, 2012 13:45 pm

Doesn't a Breville or similar technically make fried bread sandwiches rather than toasted ones?

So long as you have either egg or cheese in your toastie you can't really go wrong

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ColinJ
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Re: The Perfect Toastie.....

Postby ColinJ » Mon Oct 08, 2012 14:34 pm

This is making me hungry so ... Who's nicked my toastie-maker? :wink:

I had a tatty old green one which got slung, but I'm sure I got a white one for Christmas a few years back and I can't think where it is!

I'm off downstairs to poke around in the kitchen cupboards to see if I can unearth it!

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MonkeyMonster
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Re: The Perfect Toastie.....

Postby MonkeyMonster » Mon Oct 08, 2012 14:42 pm

Sliced cheese on reverse buttered bread with chopped ham and/or finely sliced onion. Worcester sauce as applicable.

I put in as it warms up - find it does a better job melting the cheese
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TailWindHome
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Re: The Perfect Toastie.....

Postby TailWindHome » Sat Oct 20, 2012 15:08 pm

Tried Ham and Egg today.

Nomnomnomnomnom!

Made it on the George Formby (with a roll of tin foil underneath to level it)

Lovely.
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