American Originals Quesadilla Maker - £49.99 reduced to £19.99 Comet
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American Originals Quesadilla Maker - £49.99 reduced to £19.99 Comet

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Found 8th Nov 2011
Quesadilla's are tasty deep filled tortillas, excellent as a starter or side dish, or simply as a fantastic dipping snack for parties and evenings in. Simply select your favourite filling, place your tortilla and mix into your quesadilla maker and in 4-5 minutes your quesadillas will be ready to eat. Very tasty!!
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And how much cupboard space does it take up?
it couldn't be easier to make quesadillas in a frying pan, seriously.
£20 then I just need a new house to keep it in.

Bargain!
Oh no, another one!
This'll no doubt go well with your Donut Maker, Pie Maker, Cup Cake Maker, Burger Maker, Omlette Maker etc etc, the shops are full of them!
These are all just variations of the old sandwich maker, in a different size / shape which are mostly pointless, take up a lot of cupboard space, and ultimately creating more electrical waste, why do they make so many of these things can't people use an oven or hob anymore?

I speak from experience, as lurking in the back of my cupboard somewhere is a Donut Maker, which was given to us as a gift, used it once about 5 years ago, was crap, never used since!
Sorry, this really is a pointless kitchen gadget, as pointed out by britchic4, a frying pan is will work fine.

Edited by: "HAL2000" 8th Nov 2011
I'd lay odds that a frying pan would actually be far easier and better! (From virtually every perspective except the profit of Comet!)
Actually if you try and flip one in a frying pan they go all over the place, still cold from me though as you shouldn't need a meal specific gadget for everything
i love my omelette maker though. that is good
mocmocamoc

Actually if you try and flip one in a frying pan they go all over the … Actually if you try and flip one in a frying pan they go all over the place, still cold from me though as you shouldn't need a meal specific gadget for everything



What works for me is to make sure you put the cheese on the bottom tortilla, as it melts first and sticks everything together. My kids love ham & cheese ones. (Not very authentically Mexican, but very tasty!)
britchic4

What works for me is to make sure you put the cheese on the bottom … What works for me is to make sure you put the cheese on the bottom tortilla, as it melts first and sticks everything together. My kids love ham & cheese ones. (Not very authentically Mexican, but very tasty!)



Thanks for that, i'm starvin' now! I've got to try me some of this.

Rant, rant...Had a bad day? lol

HAL2000

Oh no, another one!This'll no doubt go well with your Donut Maker, Pie … Oh no, another one!This'll no doubt go well with your Donut Maker, Pie Maker, Cup Cake Maker, Burger Maker, Omlette Maker etc etc, the shops are full of them!These are all just variations of the old sandwich maker, in a different size / shape which are mostly pointless, take up a lot of cupboard space, and ultimately creating more electrical waste, why do they make so many of these things can't people use an oven or hob anymore?I speak from experience, as lurking in the back of my cupboard somewhere is a Donut Maker, which was given to us as a gift, used it once about 5 years ago, was crap, never used since!Sorry, this really is a pointless kitchen gadget, as pointed out by britchic4, a frying pan is will work fine.


CBJ137

Rant, rant...Had a bad day? lol


Sorry, it wasn't intended to be a rant, and no not at all (well apart from BT trying to charge me £100 for a £45 bill! lol), I just think all these 'specific' kitchen gadgets, which are all essentially the same are rather pointless, as there really isn't a need for most of them, and that's coming from someone that used to be a sales manager for various white goods and consumer electronics companies in the past!
If people use it, then that's fine, but I honestly think most people don't 'need' all this extra 'meal specific' clutter, as you already have the means to make whatever it is.IMO the only gadget really worth having like this is a multifunction one, like a Panini / Health grill.
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