Breville VST025 Sandwich Press, Stainless Steel £19.50 prime / £24.25 non prime at Amazon
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Breville VST025 Sandwich Press, Stainless Steel £19.50 prime / £24.25 non prime at Amazon

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Found 18th May 2016
Had this in my watch list on camelcamelcamel over a year now , just got email saying it dropped below 20 quid

Stainless steel sandwich press
Makes three Panini--suitable for Ciabatta and Focaccia breads and also wraps
Hinged lid accommodates different bread thicknesses
Flat non-stick-coated aluminium plates for easy cleaning
Power-on and ready-to-cook indicator lights, cool-touch handle, non-slip feet and cord storage
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These are great because it is so easy to make a toastie and keep clean. If you haven't got one then get one you wont regret it.
Will cooking the sandwich in a frying pan and flipping it not have the same outcome?
Civic EG6

Will cooking the sandwich in a frying pan and flipping it not have the … Will cooking the sandwich in a frying pan and flipping it not have the same outcome?


More or less. You can't squash a sandwich in these because there is only one handle and nothing to push against. Still works fine IMO.
A brick wrapped in tin foil should work.
Had one of these since Nov 2013 and used it nearly every day. Well worth the money. Works very well with thins - Warburton's and Aldi ones seem to work best
Civic EG6

Will cooking the sandwich in a frying pan and flipping it not have the … Will cooking the sandwich in a frying pan and flipping it not have the same outcome?



One word NO. That is nothing like it trust me these are great
Love my one. Will have a pizza toastie for dinner tomorrow now!!

Only thing is not to be fooled by it cooking outside quickly. Keep sandwich in there to cook middle properly, it won't burn.
SL7

Love my one. Will have a pizza toastie for dinner tomorrow now!!Only … Love my one. Will have a pizza toastie for dinner tomorrow now!!Only thing is not to be fooled by it cooking outside quickly. Keep sandwich in there to cook middle properly, it won't burn.


Pizza toastie?
These are extremely good, and this is a hot price.
Good price
SL7

Love my one. Will have a pizza toastie for dinner tomorrow now!!Only … Love my one. Will have a pizza toastie for dinner tomorrow now!!Only thing is not to be fooled by it cooking outside quickly. Keep sandwich in there to cook middle properly, it won't burn.



Recipe?
Been needing one of these. Thanks OP
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ajavaid92

Recipe?




Plus two. Love to hear it
I don't eat bread but the odd panini on this is too good to resist. Good price, heat added.
You can cook burgers,bacon,gammon,chicken,sausage and steak etc on these quite quickly too they are great
(anything loaded in fat tends to leak over the sides a little, cheap burger etc)
Own it, Love it. Well worth the price.
Got one of these last month in B&Ms for same price.... love it
I got this same one 3 years ago for £20 and I still use it. Very reliable and works great for toasties, steaks, burgers and quickly roasting some veg. I like that the hot plates are flat instead of the usual grill style. this makes for a more even cook plus very easy to clean.
Love cheese toasties but realised they made me fat!!! Drooling over the grill but it's a no from me
Civic EG6

A brick wrapped in tin foil should work.



i up the game by saying: burning toilet seat.
snoopy18

Pizza toastie?



Yep, Cheese and Tomato sandwich, or to spice it up a little Cheese and Onion sandwich or all three
Just had an awesome toastie using the above and sandwich thins - quality product
crazymonkey

Yep, Cheese and Tomato sandwich, or to spice it up a little Cheese and … Yep, Cheese and Tomato sandwich, or to spice it up a little Cheese and Onion sandwich or all three



Don't forget the jalapinos!! Any cooked meat left-overs are great too.

Edited by: "aleem" 19th May 2016
I think that this is the same model that is 25% off (about the same as non-Prime delivered price) in-store at Sainsbury's ...
I find that you need to place the top bread of a panini slightly back as the angle of the top press pushes it over a bit.

I haven't tried this yet but wouldn't cook a burger in this as I would want the fat to drain away. That's the benefit of the George Foreman grill.

I miss the triangle style toastie but the ease of cleaning and 'no buttering the outside of bread' makes up for it with this sandwich press.
clipey1000

Had one of these since Nov 2013 and used it nearly every day. Well worth … Had one of these since Nov 2013 and used it nearly every day. Well worth the money. Works very well with thins - Warburton's and Aldi ones seem to work best



We have this one too but we use Hovis 7seeds bread only and its excellent.
Same price at Tesco but also included in Clubcard Boost! ;-)

Same price at Tesco but also included in Clubcard Boost! ;-)



Thing is, unless you've got other things to order to bring the total value over £30 you have to pay £2 or £3 for C&C or home delivery.

Wish I'd known about this yesterday though because I did have an order over that value that I placed to use up my boosted clubcard points and would've ordered it from Tesco instead of Amazon because it would be easier to return if anything went wrong with it.

Edit: Actually, thanks for this. I've just been on to Tesco to see if they could add the Breville toaster to my initial order from last night and she said it wasn't possible but she said could place a separate order for it and refund £2 against the first order so went for that and then cancelled the Amazon order.
Edited by: "jans" 20th May 2016
I'm wanting to make toasties again & was about to buy a cheap triangular style one, then saw this! My worry is if I go to make a cheese toastie, wouldn't the melted cheese just fall out of the sides of the bread & onto the plates? Whereas the triangular design seals the edges?
dagghand

I'm wanting to make toasties again & was about to buy a cheap triangular … I'm wanting to make toasties again & was about to buy a cheap triangular style one, then saw this! My worry is if I go to make a cheese toastie, wouldn't the melted cheese just fall out of the sides of the bread & onto the plates? Whereas the triangular design seals the edges?



Yes, but the breville has so many other uses, easily the most used gadget we've ever had. We tend to make toasted wraps rather than toasted sandwiches, we do still make the odd toasted sandwich and it might leak some cheese, but it's effortless to clean.
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