Breville VST025 3 Slice Sandwich Toaster and Panini Maker - Brushed Stainless Steel £25 at Tesco
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Breville VST025 3 Slice Sandwich Toaster and Panini Maker - Brushed Stainless Steel £25 at Tesco

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Found 27th Feb
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With its compact design and handy storage features, the Breville® VST025 brings café-style sandwiches and paninis to your home. It’s ideal for toasting thicker, rustic breads with deep fillings to make the perfect grilled sandwich. As it can prepare three sandwiches at once, it’s also ideal for a family.

Versatile grilling

The Breville® sandwich press is great for toasting paninis, focaccia and ciabatta. Thanks to a floating hinged lid, the top plate is adjustable to accommodate breads of different thicknesses, so you can pack plenty of tasty filling into your choice of bread. A Ready to Cook indicator light lets you know when the press has reached its optimum temperature.


Safety features

Easy to operate, the sandwich maker has a cool-touch handle to protect you from burns, plus a locking clip and non-slip feet. The flat, non-stick plates provide a smooth surface, making it easy to wipe clean after use.

Easy storage

Thanks to its stainless-steel construction, the Breville® Cafe Style Sandwich Press has a secure locking mechanism which allows it to be stored upright in your cupboards – ideal when space is tight or you want your bench space left uncluttered. The cord storage mechanism will also keep the sandwich toaster stored neatly while not in use.
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We have this, brought ours from Amazon ages ago. Works a treat on a cold day like today. Never had any problems with it.
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Serialkillerz827 m ago

We have this, brought ours from Amazon ages ago. Works a treat on a cold …We have this, brought ours from Amazon ages ago. Works a treat on a cold day like today. Never had any problems with it.


I am also looking for Breville VST049 Cafe Style Sandwich Press? Any suggestions?
most used implement in our kitchen, probably used every other day, very easy to use and keep clean, also picked up the one with the ceramic plates and different temp settings when it was on clearance, not used it yet as the regular one is still working. Tried lots of other types but this one just works.
Infiltrator18 m ago

most used implement in our kitchen, probably used every other day, very …most used implement in our kitchen, probably used every other day, very easy to use and keep clean, also picked up the one with the ceramic plates and different temp settings when it was on clearance, not used it yet as the regular one is still working. Tried lots of other types but this one just works.


Yes, have to agree, it has never got anywhere near the back of the cupboard and gets used most weeks. I have also found it great for sliced aubergines too.
I've got this barely use it though as I find out much quicker to heat up tawa on the gas and toast on that. Only bought it coz I thought it had the griddle pattern plates but turns out they are flat plates. Pics are misleading as it's shows a griddled sandwich on the box. Works well though can't fault it just it's not what I thought it was.
I have this,I use it regularly,easy to clean,best one I've ever had, highly recommend.
We have one of these, and the best feature is it's size- plenty of room on it.
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adhkarzf1 h, 59 m ago

I've got this barely use it though as I find out much quicker to heat up …I've got this barely use it though as I find out much quicker to heat up tawa on the gas and toast on that. Only bought it coz I thought it had the griddle pattern plates but turns out they are flat plates. Pics are misleading as it's shows a griddled sandwich on the box. Works well though can't fault it just it's not what I thought it was.

PM me if you want to sell yours?
Looking into getting one of these mainly to grill stuff. Anyone have any experience of using this Lidl one?

lidl.co.uk/en/…789


It costs more but 3 warranty looks good.
Can you use this to just toast slices of bread?
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bluegrass1 h, 41 m ago

Looking into getting one of these mainly to grill stuff. Anyone have any …Looking into getting one of these mainly to grill stuff. Anyone have any experience of using this Lidl one?https://www.lidl.co.uk/en/Non-Food-Offers.htm?articleId=10789It costs more but 3 warranty looks good.


Lidl one looks good but can’t comment on it’s reliable and quality. As no reviews available but does have a drip tray so good for grilling.
These are awesome. I have this one I think but there used to be a slightly bigger one which would do 4 paninis in one go. It's the one to get if you have an option. Both work the same though, it's just bigger.

Edit. damn I might have to fish this out at the weekend - we haven't used it for ages but I'm mad for one now after this thread reminded me of it!!

Also I'm not sure if it's common sense, but you can use the part baked baguettes in these and they come out lovely.

PRO TIP - fill your baguette or whatever with ham or (already cooked!!) bacon, cheese and Reggae Reggae Sauce. OFF THE CHARTS!
Edited by: "djbenny1" 28th Feb
misteraadam14 h, 31 m ago

Can you use this to just toast slices of bread?


I'm sure it would work but it might squash the bread a bit and certainly don't think it would be as fast as a regular toaster.
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Just collected from Tesco Express. Ready for some panini got baguettes too. More tips please djbenny1.
djbenny114 h, 25 m ago

I'm sure it would work but it might squash the bread a bit and certainly …I'm sure it would work but it might squash the bread a bit and certainly don't think it would be as fast as a regular toaster.


Thank you for your response! I think I'll give it a pass.
kmirza15 h, 32 m ago

Just collected from Tesco Express. Ready for some panini got baguettes …Just collected from Tesco Express. Ready for some panini got baguettes too. More tips please djbenny1.


Don't have any other tips I'm afraid - I really only ever made that one thing (with variations between ham and bacon) lol.

It was so tasty I didn't look any further! Enjoy your machine!
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djbenny15 m ago

Don't have any other tips I'm afraid - I really only ever made that one …Don't have any other tips I'm afraid - I really only ever made that one thing (with variations between ham and bacon) lol.It was so tasty I didn't look any further! Enjoy your machine!


Now school is closed so 14 year old can get on with panini maker 🤔
We use our breville to cook sandwiches, toasted wraps, bacon, steaks, chicken breasts, burgers, sausages, reheat oven chips, etc etc.
Tried all the usual sandwich makers, George foreman grills and junked them all for this one, now on our second, the first one was just worn out after 2 years hard use.
Edited by: "Infiltrator" 1st Mar
kmirza12 m ago

Now school is closed so 14 year old can get on with panini maker 🤔 …Now school is closed so 14 year old can get on with panini maker 🤔


Nice one, just make sure if using the baguettes you squash them down to flatten a little (using the handle - not too hard though as your filling may squeeze out!) and cook them in the press until the bread is nice and brown on the parts in contact with the plates. They'll be nice and crisp on the outside and soft on the inside, then!

The filling will be like lava though, so take care
Edited by: "djbenny1" 1st Mar
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djbenny11st Mar

Nice one, just make sure if using the baguettes you squash them down to …Nice one, just make sure if using the baguettes you squash them down to flatten a little (using the handle - not too hard though as your filling may squeeze out!) and cook them in the press until the bread is nice and brown on the parts in contact with the plates. They'll be nice and crisp on the outside and soft on the inside, then!The filling will be like lava though, so take care


Doing fine with panini maker but how do I stop baguettes rolling. I have to literally hold it with my hand and end up burning hands. Any tips?
kmirza2 h, 30 m ago

Doing fine with panini maker but how do I stop baguettes rolling. I have …Doing fine with panini maker but how do I stop baguettes rolling. I have to literally hold it with my hand and end up burning hands. Any tips?


Rolling? Can't say I've had that problem myself to be honest.

When I slice them in half the only issue I have is with the top half sliding off the bottom half when I press it down, but you can fix that by just cutting them straight.

You could always try flattening the baguette a bit by hand before you put it in?
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