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Breville 4 Slice Panini Sandwich Press £23.99 @ argos

£23.99 @ Argos
Seems like a good price if your looking for one. Next cheapest was amazon at £35
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7y, 3m agoFound 7 years, 3 months ago
Seems like a good price if your looking for one. Next cheapest was amazon at £35
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#1
Bought this for my mum, thanks :)
#2
Good price, though I use my George Foreman grill for mine
#3
im sure you can pick up a better make and cheaper for this pice
#4
akhlaq768
im sure you can pick up a better make and cheaper for this pice


You'd be surprised :w00t: I have been looking for something like this for my mums xmas and they are pretty pricey!
#5
Cracking price and these are really good too, another xmas pressie sorted cheers OP
#6
Looks like this is a Breville VST022 from this page at Amazon http://www.amazon.co.uk/Breville-Stainless-Steel-Panini-VST022/dp/B002NGNRJK/ref=pd_cp_kh_3 £49.99 at Amazon and #19 in Sandwich Toasters & Panini Presses.
#7
mumbojumbo
This is the bigger sized one. It's £26.39 from Comet using the 20% off code.

The one from Amazon.co.uk is the 3 slice model.


Not sure you're comparing like for like. There's another one on Amazon which is the same model, and goes for a higher price (see my previous post).
#8
If you have cheese as part of the filling it will leave a puddle on the heating surface instead of the sandwich,
#9
I have similar model.And its work really well..I use to make roti, naan by pressing dough between hot plates :)
#10
I bought it from debenham for £18 !
#11
thanks, ive wanted one of these for ages!
#12
snigi
I brought it from debenham for £18 !

Please link me to this £18. Checked the website its £31 and thats the smaller one. Fair play if you got it for that though!
#13
snigi
I brought it from debenham for £18 !

PS I think its bought....
#14
equalityforall;7096941
Good price, though I use my George Foreman grill for mine


So do I. I'm regularly caught out by the speed it melts cheese :-D
#15
Please link me to this £18. Checked the website its £31 and thats the smaller one. Fair play if you got it for that though!

Not the same model but the smaller one.I bought it last year...23 is really bargain
#16
The Debenhams one was smaller than this, as we bought one too!!
#17
Chimera Clan
Please link me to this £18. Checked the website its £31 and thats the smaller one. Fair play if you got it for that though!


It was £18 pound in Debenhams a few months ago but was promptly returned, not as good as I thought it would be, a sandwich press is probably all round better.
#18
I have an old sandwich press which I use loads. It has an adjustable height bar on the side so you can set the height of the floating plate. However a new one I bought did not have the same feature and you could not set the height. Does this one have this feature do you know? If so I would be off to get it!
banned#19
Strangely, a Panini press, is for Paninis.

I have one of these, used to use it loads - not so much these days since healthyness has seen me all but give up bread, and completely give up cheese.
#20
Anarchist;7105364
Strangely, a Panini press, is for Paninis.

I have one of these, used to use it loads - not so much these days since healthyness has seen me all but give up bread, and completely give up cheese.


I could never give up cheese. Cheese til I die :whistling:
banned#21
MBeeching
I could never give up cheese. Cheese til I die :whistling:


Yeah, I love the stuff, has been hard to give it up :( But figured out it wasn't doing me any favours at all in a few ways so I'm better off without.
#22
munnski
Bought this for my mum, thanks :)

Just doing my santa duties glad I can help out, I ordered one for my mum too......
#23
I watched a show regarding how healthy is cheese. Apparently our bodies automatically dispose of the fats, sure i don't need to describe how :-D and uses up the nutrients!!!!
#24
Got one of these and its brilliant. Trouble buying paninis though. Our local Sainsburys puts about 10 packs on the shelf and unless you're lucky, they're all gone by about 10:00. Does anyone know of a more reliable source in any of the other national supermarket chains?
#25
snigi;7105067
I have similar model.And its work really well..I use to make roti, naan by pressing dough between hot plates :)


sounds cunning - can you give a run down on exactly what you do inc receipe?
#26
I know it is a Panini press. I want the one with flat plates rather than ridged. Presume this hase the ridged plates?
#27
Maccy
I know it is a Panini press. I want the one with flat plates rather than ridged. Presume this hase the ridged plates?


Looks like it has flat plates, by the picture.
#28
yes it has flat plates
#29
sounds cunning - can you give a run down on exactly what you do inc receipe?

1.make soft dough for roti or naan (check the recipe on google)
2.make small ball from dough
3.switch on flat plat sandwitch press and let it be hot.
4.place dough ball on middle of the press. quickly close with pressure and open it.this way you save time for rolling and you can make perefectly round,even sized roti.
5.Its very quick way to make.can make 10-15 round roti in 10 min.after that place roti on stove or naan in oven (according to recipe instructions)
#30
Looks good. Tempted to buy it. :)
#31
Romi
If you have cheese as part of the filling it will leave a puddle on the heating surface instead of the sandwich,


The way the shops do it is to put the cheese and chicken (for instance) in the microwave and never let it near the machine, which is only used for the bread and not for the fillings !
#32
snigi
I brought it from debenham for £18 !


Another one! The word is bought not brought, they are totally different words.
#33
Romi
If you have cheese as part of the filling it will leave a puddle on the heating surface instead of the sandwich,


I have an older Breville sandwich press they are superb for toasties. Bread comes out perfectly toasted, cheese doesn't spill out unless you make a mistake (holes in bread, too close to edge (about 5mm works for me) or overcooked)

You're not buttering the bread first are you??

With these machines, any spillage like cheese is easy to deal with - just swipe with a wet cloth while still hot - comes straight off the flat non-stick plates.
#34
3.1415926
The way the shops do it is to put the cheese and chicken (for instance) in the microwave and never let it near the machine, which is only used for the bread and not for the fillings !


Don't know which "shops" you get your toasted sandwiches from... I wouldn't go near one that microwaves the ingredients!
#35
Romi
If you have cheese as part of the filling it will leave a puddle on the heating surface instead of the sandwich,


I think the idea is when the cheese starts to melt out it is ready! Unlike some other grills, these have a flat surface and so all you need is a shhet of kitchen rool, a quick wipe and you're done, no messy cleaning!

I got one of these years ago from Woolies (own branded) and only when i took it apart did i realise it was a re-branded breville!! Its great though, use it all the time for toasties
#36
Maccy
I know it is a Panini press. I want the one with flat plates rather than ridged. Presume this hase the ridged plates?


If its like mine it has a flat plate on the bootom and a ridged plate on top, works perfectly
#37
Dee140157
I have an old sandwich press which I use loads. It has an adjustable height bar on the side so you can set the height of the floating plate. However a new one I bought did not have the same feature and you could not set the height. Does this one have this feature do you know? If so I would be off to get it!


Yes it is height adjustable
#38
Just reserved mine and picking up tomorrow...can't wait to try it out!
#39
I want to get one that is capable of making toasted sandwiches and Panini's, is there any such thing?
#40
£29 now

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