Breville VST049 2 Slice Sandwich Press - Brushed Stainless Steel £19.50 @ Tesco Direct
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Breville VST049 2 Slice Sandwich Press - Brushed Stainless Steel £19.50 @ Tesco Direct

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Prepare delicious toasted sandwiches at home with the VST049 sandwich press from Breville.

Made from stainless steel with a beautiful brushed finish, this café-style appliance features 2 flat, non-stick plates to toast your breads to perfection. The hanging lid accommodates various sandwich thicknesses and a locking mechanism enables convenient upright storage. Ideal for paninis, ciabatta and focaccia, the Breville VST049 sandwich press is a practical addition to your kitchen.

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thanks OP.

Thanks OP. Just ordered one.

Thank you, also just ordered one

My mum got one of these for me the last time that they were this price. It's pretty good actually and I've used it a lot more than I thought I would.

Thanks for the info. Just ordered 2. One for me, the other for my son. Heat added. Xx

Aditi

My mum got one of these for me the last time that they were this price. … My mum got one of these for me the last time that they were this price. It's pretty good actually and I've used it a lot more than I thought I would.



Could you perhaps post the dimensions of the cooking plate? From the outer dimensions and the image, I get around 24cm width, but I am not sure that is accurate... Thanks!
Edited by: "ecuador" 25th Apr 2015

just ordered one. now, what's your favourite humming noise?

Would this be big enough for two Hovis sized toasties? Don't want to order it only to find that I need to order the bigger one.
Thanks in advance!
Edited by: "yomanation" 26th Apr 2015

yomanation

Would this be big enough for two Hovis sized toasties? Don't want to … Would this be big enough for two Hovis sized toasties? Don't want to order it only to find that I need to order the bigger one.Thanks in advance!


Easily does two Sarnies at once

Good price. I paid £29.99 for this one around 2 months ago

yomanation

Would this be big enough for two Hovis sized toasties? Don't want to … Would this be big enough for two Hovis sized toasties? Don't want to order it only to find that I need to order the bigger one.Thanks in advance!



Yes, but it would be a shame to use such poor quality bread in a fine machine like this.

3 slice one not much more and that rrp on tesco is rubbish but still a deal, the 3 slice one which i would have is not much more amazon.co.uk/Bre…QBS

JamesSmith

Yes, but it would be a shame to use such poor quality bread in a fine … Yes, but it would be a shame to use such poor quality bread in a fine machine like this.


Such as?

Hovis granary is awesome

Thanks so much for this post! Its exactly what I was looking for!

you're the best ..thanks!

great item. I have the bigger version of this, would recommend it to all... great for all types of things to grill...
easy to clean, wipe once cooled down and looks good as new.

Ideal for students with minimal cleaning.

Oos

Banned

can you grill chicken on this?

Cold! Too small for mine

powerjumps18

can you grill chicken on this?



Yes...and a whole hog.

powerjumps18

can you grill chicken on this?


yes

cheers op, was going to buy this from argos the other day.

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chocci

Such as?Hovis granary is awesome



The Chorleywood process and activated dough development techniques used for efficiency require a low protein wheat and a slew of additives. These techniques are why 95% of breads become clammy and plodgy (think the sides of a chilled sandwich as it goes soggy, and how it rolls into a ball that sticks to the roof of your mouth.)

Then there's the mass of synthetically derived enzymes used to speed up the process and give volume to the product - that go unlisted on the ingredients because they are claimed to used up in the process. That wisdom is being challenged eg enzyme transglutaminase used to make dough stretchier in croissants and some breads may turn part of the wheat protein toxic.

Other garbage in the mass produced loaf are preservative and volume increaser fats, fractionated or sometimes hydrogenated. L-ascorbic acid, an oxidant which gasses up a loaf to make it look more impressive. Chlorine dioxide gas used to bleach white flours. L-cysteine hydrochloride, which may be derived from animal hair and feathers. Soya flour, preservatives, emulsifiers, the list goes on and on.. "healthy" wholemeal bread contains the most residual pesticides in tests including chlormequat, glyphosate, malathion and pirimiphos-methyl. These are found in the majority of high street loaves.

Bread that is hand made in a bakery by bakers would be my recommendation.

Has this got heat control

dealfinder123321

Has this got heat control



No. The predefined temperate seems perfect though!
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