Help! Soggy Toasties

(7 Posts)

I always blamed my old machine, but even with a new toastie maker, my toasted sandwiches take about 25minutes to produce soft floppy wet triangles!

What am I doing wrong??

frootshoots Thu 27-Dec-12 14:17:12

What on earth at you putting in them, soup?!

frootshoots Thu 27-Dec-12 14:18:50

*are

Mutt Thu 27-Dec-12 14:21:43

Do you butter the outside of the bread and make sure the toaster is properly hot before putting the bread and filling in?

grin what are you putting in them, soup??

Yes to buttering the outside and waiting for it to heat upand only have minimal (cheese) filling...

Mutt Thu 27-Dec-12 16:36:00

Maybe it's the bread you're using. Try toasting the bread first - I've done that before if the bread is very fresh.

DeathMetalMum Thu 27-Dec-12 20:07:01

The quality of my toasties depends on the cheese I use. I switched to value cheddar a couple of months back, toastie quality wasn't as good. There was more grease so absorbed by the bread. I just get own brand cheese again now but some supermarkets tend to be greasier than others (sainsburys).

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