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by Mrs Brown
I took mine to Spain, they were great for cheese toasties.The bag is a little short for most sliced bread brands in the UK but in Spain the bread fits perfectly. I have used other toastie bags but this one is the most durable. Other brands have scorched or split.
Published 23 Jun 2008
great on holiday”
On our self catering holiday, I grilled salmon, cooked sliced chicken fillets, and a whole load of other dishes in my toasta bag. have you tried tioasted camembert or brie with sliced pear - scrummy
Published 10 May 2008
Quick snacks kids love.”
by Mrs Cowe
These are my second set of toastabags, as the first ones had finally given in. My only complaint is that I often have to trim the bread as the mouth of the bag isn't large enough for the bigger loaves we get - it's more for thin or medium cut bread. Can they make a bigger bag? 1cm all around would be perfect.
Published 05 May 2008
These are excellent, it's very surprising that they really do produce the same results as an old-style sandwich toaster. I also think they're better than a panini-style press as they don't squash the sandwich.
Published 27 Apr 2008
I bought toastabags about 2 years ago. You just make your fav sandwich: no lettuce or cucumber - goes a bit soggy - then pop it in the bag, place in the toaster for a couple of minutes. Et Voila! Perfect toasted sandwiches every time- no mess, no washing up. Use them again and again and again and again!
Published 19 Dec 2007