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- A kinda decent Cheese Toasty.

Making a Cheese Toasty with the Device

It actually turned out kinda nice.

5w ago
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A while ago, I had tried out my new Kitchen Gadget that I had gotten as a Gift last Month for the first Time.

I had made some Steak, but I also thought that I might be able to finally cook a decent Cheese Toasty with it, something I used to struggle with always.

And so I did do that just Yesterday. Long Story short: It worked. But the long Story is definitely worth reading.

Chef Grill working.

Chef Grill working.

Since all the Cheese I had at my disposal was some sliced Gouda, I used exactly that. I also used plenty of it, two Slices per Toasty.

After letting Chef Grill preheat for a while, that always takes a bit, I then put it to work by add my two Sandwiches.

After a while, a few Beeps and the right Colour in the Dial told me that my Food was done.

Done.

Done.

At first, my Toasties did not look any Special. There was some Cheese flow, but that was to be expected.

The Bread was nice and Crispy though, and there was no Sign of it going wrong once again.

And so I cut my first Sandwich. I did not get amy Cheese Pull.

A nice Pull.

A nice Pull.

That changed when I decide to rip the Bread apart instead of cutting it neatly with a knife though:

I actually had produced a decent Cheese Pull. It was thick and cheesy and also very juicy.

So cheesy!

So cheesy!

Since Cheese Toasties usually go very well with a nice Ketchup, I did also use a Sauce on mine. Since I did not have some red Tomatoe Sugar though, I used some Cocktai Sauce usually eaten with Prawns.

It was still very delicious in the End. I would definitely do that again.

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