To make a sandwich, we do it with a toasted sandwich maker or a frying pan. But what if we told you that you can also just do this with a toaster? Today we will explain to you how to make a toasted sandwich with a toaster.
Here’s how to do it!
The best way to make a toasted sandwich with a toaster is with toaster clips. Don’t have these? Then you can still buy them for your toaster! You make your toasted sandwich the way you like it and simply put it between your sandwich clamps. You toast the bread on the right setting and within a few minutes, your delicious golden-brown toasted sandwich pops up!
If you just want to give it a try, but don’t feel the need to buy sandwich clamps, there’s another way to do it.
TIP: Put a small layer of butter on the outside of the sandwich, it will get extra crispy!
No sandwich clamps? Then do it like this!
If you want to make sandwiches with a toaster without toasting clips, do it like this: Turn the toaster on its side and place a slice of bread smeared with butter, cheese and ham in one slot. In the other slot, you put an extra slice of bread. Toast them until they pop out of the toaster, stick the sandwiches together and you’re done!
A sandwich clamp allows you to properly clamp two slices of bread in the shape of a sandwich in your toaster. It toasts the slices of bread and gives that delicious crispy bite.
Bread is usually toasted at 200 degrees. Hot, in other words! Watch your hands and let the toaster cool down after use, otherwise, you can get a nasty burn.