Panini Maker, hinged cover - £20 @ Asda Direct
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Panini Maker, hinged cover - £20 @ Asda Direct

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Found 12th Jan 2014
Makes 2 delicious toasted sandwiches or paninis quickly and easily. With a floating hinged lid, you can use breads of different thicknesses including panini or ciabatta, warm teacakes and crumpets or warm pittas, flour tortillas and naan bread.

Breville VST049 Panini/ Sandwich Press.
- hillsbills

19 Comments

Thanks for posting, price, retailer and image added to your thread

Original Poster

Thanks missgem

Love my panini maker! Great price as well.

Nice, I won't have to use the Rowenta steam iron any more, the missus will be most pleased.

Original Poster

Spannerzone, u r a perfect 'Genius DIY man' who can use Steam iron to make paninis & toasties. :-) Your wife is the luckiest lady on this earth, Thanks for giving the idea to other who can try, unfortunately I have already bought the item.

I saw them today in Hounslow asda as well

Why don't they make them with grooves that leave those groove marks on the panini bread?

AppStar

Why don't they make them with grooves that leave those groove marks on … Why don't they make them with grooves that leave those groove marks on the panini bread?

Easier to clean without & better for cooking a whole range of other foods apart from just paninis.

Great panini press, we went for the bigger version half price on Amazon at £24.99. This one was hot when posted at the same price on Amazon. Seen in Asda Nuneaton too.

I love these devices! I have a Breville and it is super wonderful.
Edited by: "NUMBER8GAMESTER" 12th Jan 2014

Bought from Amazon a few weeks ago for £30, worth it tho, an excellent bit of kit

Got this last year when they had it at this price, its great use it a lot

Would these be any good for making a toastie? Or would it squish all the filling out?

michelledg

Would these be any good for making a toastie? Or would it squish all the … Would these be any good for making a toastie? Or would it squish all the filling out?



I make cheese and ham toasties in mine, I make sure not to overfill too much but any leakage is really easy to pick up/wipe off etc as the plates are flat and not ridged.

Do these get hot enough to cook chicken (i.e like the George Foreman Grill) or am I better off getting a GF Grill and using that for Paninis too? I want to be able to do both but only with one machine.

Original Poster

I think you will be able to do so as it has got a hinged cover to accommodate the height of your toasties. Return the equipment if it squashes your toasties. X)

michelledg

Would these be any good for making a toastie? Or would it squish all the … Would these be any good for making a toastie? Or would it squish all the filling out?

michelledg

Would these be any good for making a toastie? Or would it squish all the … Would these be any good for making a toastie? Or would it squish all the filling out?

michelledg

Would these be any good for making a toastie? Or would it squish all the … Would these be any good for making a toastie? Or would it squish all the filling out?



Original Poster

michelledg, I think you will be able to do so as it has got a hinged cover to accommodate the height of your toasties. Return the equipment if it squashes your toasties.

ving3331

Spannerzone, u r a perfect 'Genius DIY man' who can use Steam iron to … Spannerzone, u r a perfect 'Genius DIY man' who can use Steam iron to make paninis & toasties. :-) Your wife is the luckiest lady on this earth, Thanks for giving the idea to other who can try, unfortunately I have already bought the item.



It works really well and I just put the iron in the dishwasher to clean. On an unrelated note does anyone know of a decent steam iron deal as mine keep failing after a couple of months for some unknown reason.

spannerzone

It works really well and I just put the iron in the dishwasher to clean. … It works really well and I just put the iron in the dishwasher to clean. On an unrelated note does anyone know of a decent steam iron deal as mine keep failing after a couple of months for some unknown reason.

If they keep failing, try using ironing water in them as if you are in a hard water area, the element may be scaling up very quickly. We have had the same problem in the past & no problem since we switched to using ironing water. I would always recommend an iron with an auto off button too. We have a Bosch iron at the mo. Hope this helps!
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