Breville VST049 Cafe Style Sandwich Press £16.99 Del as part of Amazon Prime Day
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Breville VST049 Cafe Style Sandwich Press £16.99 Del as part of Amazon Prime Day

Mod & Ed 16
Mod & Ed
Found 11th Jul 2017
Super price for this Breville VST049 Cafe Style Sandwich Press, I have one & wouldn't be without it! It's part of Amazon Prime Day & is a DOTD so the offer will end at 11.59pm.
Has excellent reviews across the net & it really is easy to use & importantly easy to clean too!
  • ideal for panini, ciabatta, tea cakes, crumpets, and for warming pittas, flour tortillas and naan bread
  • Hinged lid for toasting different sandwich thicknesses
  • Locking mechanism to allow convenient upright storage
  • Flat non-stick plates for easy cleaning
  • Power-on and ready-to-cook indicators
The product stands upright to allow for compact storage

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If you don't have one of these buy it now. Its very versatile, mine is used several times a week, its not one of those gadgets that gets forgotten about at the back of the cupboard. £16.99 is a steal.
Original Poster Mod & Ed
M_z4 m ago

If you don't have one of these buy it now. Its very versatile, mine is …If you don't have one of these buy it now. Its very versatile, mine is used several times a week, its not one of those gadgets that gets forgotten about at the back of the cupboard. £16.99 is a steal.


Have to agree, so many kitchen gadgets that I've bought have ended up being a fad but this one gets used nearly everyday in some way

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Likewise I've owned one of these for years paid £20 for it absolutely superb bit of kit!
Is this like a grill can I cook my chicken in this
Judging by the images on Amazon, this is a small, one sandwich press. Voted hot because all we ever use our Tefal Optigrill for is toasted sandwiches and it cost twice as much, although it can cook two at a time
On no, not another kitchen gadget that I don't need but can't live without.

I've got a sandwich toaster, George Foreman, halogen oven, digital pressure cooker, slow cooker, steamer, rice cooker and goodness knows how many blenders, choppers and juicers.

I'm still more enthusiastic than capable cook. Do I need this?
missleading

You can cook chicken on it if it's boneless and butterflied extra thinly. … You can cook chicken on it if it's boneless and butterflied extra thinly. It's not bad for bacon and burgers.



Yes you can but anything that creates fat/juices will end up on the top plate, then open the press and it will just run all over the back of the hinges/cable/worktop, poor design, see the opened photo.
That said, anything dry it does a treat.
I managed to get this for £10 @ Amazon Warehouse about 2 months ago.

Buy it. This works great for ciabattas, paninis and toasting sandwiches and is nice and compact.

Great product 5/5..

Heat as its a good price for new.
19DembaBa19

Is this like a grill can I cook my chicken in this



I've found it excellent for doing aubergine slices.
Deleted. I was being a tad harsh
Edited by: "ashman33" 11th Jul 2017
M_z

I've found it excellent for doing aubergine slices.



hi, do you just put the slices of thin (?) aubergines and press them down (without adding any oil, salt etc) then toast the bread to make a sandwich? Really want to try something like that (just buy one now after seeing this deal).
Some reviews mention burning or breaking after a few months... http:/****/2ufskGc, although most others seem to be positive. Anybody had experiences with it before I buy?
dealchaser888

hi, do you just put the slices of thin (?) aubergines and press them down … hi, do you just put the slices of thin (?) aubergines and press them down (without adding any oil, salt etc) then toast the bread to make a sandwich? Really want to try something like that (just buy one now after seeing this deal).



I haven't actually done aubergine sandwiches, I must admit. But what I have done is slice them width ways, about 1cm thick as evenly as i can, then just place directly on hotplate and close, doesn't need oil. Doesn't take them long before they are cooked and soft. I then cook these in melanzane alla parmigiana type recipes.
I bought this exact one just over a month ago for £25. me and my luck
M_z

I haven't actually done aubergine sandwiches, I must admit. But what I … I haven't actually done aubergine sandwiches, I must admit. But what I have done is slice them width ways, about 1cm thick as evenly as i can, then just place directly on hotplate and close, doesn't need oil. Doesn't take them long before they are cooked and soft. I then cook these in melanzane alla parmigiana type recipes.



Hi, many thanks to teach me how to do it, I would definitely try it while it arrives, by reading it already make me feel hungry. yummy
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