Sandwich press - recommendations

(7 Posts)
notapizzaeater Tue 12-Feb-13 22:44:33

I use my George with a plate under the TNT legs. Make it "flat" or the cheese comes out

HollaAtMeBaby Tue 12-Feb-13 22:43:31

Before forking out for a special machine, have you tried Toastabags? They usually have them in Poundland.

hugoagogo Tue 12-Feb-13 20:54:58

We just use the george formby grill.
No need for oil and fits two rounds in.
£15! grin

lolalotta Tue 12-Feb-13 20:38:04

I bought a John Lewis sandwhich press for about £35.00, is great!

imip Tue 12-Feb-13 19:08:42

Yy to a breville. You don't need any butter or oil and easy to keep clean,

PolterGoose Mon 11-Feb-13 17:22:29

I've got a Breville panini press. It has 2 flat non stick plates and I've never used oil or butter. After use I wipe it over with barely moist kitchen towel and that is it. Have had it years and it still looks new.

EarlyInTheMorning Mon 11-Feb-13 09:27:26

Hi. I'd like to buy a sandwich/panini maker as I make toasted sandwiches for my DC's breakfasts at least twice a week. I'd like one that is faff free, doesn't require a lot of fat to work, economic to use and cleans very easily. Also, I'd like to be able to make at least 2 sandwiches at the same time. I'd love to hear your recommendations or which ones I should avoid. TIA.

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