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Help! Soggy Toasties

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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).

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

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KatoPotatoHoHo Thu 27-Dec-12 16:09:07

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 14:21:43

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


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

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

KatoPotatoHoHo Thu 27-Dec-12 13:46:52

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??

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