Wondering how to make grilled cheese in a bread toaster? Well, here, we tried to put the easiest steps to make grilled cheese in a bread toaster. Do give it try!
Be it, kids or adults, a cheese-grilled sandwich is everyone’s all-time favorite! From breakfast to evening munchies, or at times even for dinner, a cheese-grilled sandwich is one of those easiest recipes that you can prepare in no time. You don’t even need an array of ingredients or kitchen tools to make this.
However, you can make this in a much simpler way by using a bread toaster. And for this, owning a high-performing toaster is also essential, as the bread gets toasted perfectly without sideburns as well as the cheese melts properly. Toasters like Acekool’s TA1, a 4-slice stainless steel one, is one of the best toasters to make grilled cheese. It's pocket-friendly and comes with all the functionalities you need.
Besides, if you’re wondering how to make grilled cheese in a bread toaster, then don’t worry as we’ve got you covered. Here we’ve listed down possibly all steps to make grilled cheese in a bread toaster.
So, take a look at these steps…
Grilled Cheese in a Bread Toaster:
Before you start making grilled cheese in the toaster, you need to make sure that you thoroughly clean the toaster oven. Often when toasting bread, crumbs stick to the walls of this kitchen appliance. Remove crumbs and other food residues. Well, some toasters like Acekool Toaster TA1 even have residue/crumbs tray, which makes it easy to clean the toaster. Not to mention, cleaning the toaster before grilling or toasting is essential, as the heat spreads evenly.
Once you’re done with cleaning, flip the toaster on its side and give a test trial. For this, you can just pop in a bread slice in the toaster and check whether there are any hotspots or not. That means any spot, which burns quicker than other areas. And in case you see such spots with your toaster, then you need to be extra careful while grilling the cheese.
Next, grab slices of bread and your favorite cheese - be it mozzarella or Swiss. Just make sure you don’t add more than one slice of cheese to the bread piece. Also, it’s better to cut a thicker slice of cheese rather than use shredded cheese. So, definitely avoid it to keep the mess away!
Besides, we also suggest you keep a check on the toaster when the cheese is inside grilling. Mostly, slightly old model toasters have metal prongs and as these prongs get heated, the cheese sticks to it, creating a mess! So, if you own any such model toaster then its better that you keep a check on it throughout.
Well, this step is essentially the beginning of the grilling process. That means slice the cheese, place it on the bread, and put it in the toaster. That’s all!
Besides this, you must place the slice with cheese in the bottom slot and the plain slice on the top one so that once it’s done you can simply put the plain slice on top of the grilled cheese slice.
If you’re using Acekool 4-slice stainless steel toaster, then making 4 grilled slices or 2 cheese sandwiches is a no-brainer. Plus, you can make more grilled cheese in just a couple of minutes.
Once the slices are inside the toaster, you can click the lever on to kick-start the grilling process. Just push the slices towards the back of the toaster and be careful with heat. As the toasting starts, grab your plates and be ready for the melted grilled cheese sandwich that pops out. Keep in mind that you don’t stay away from the toaster or else you’ll have a melted cheese mess on your kitchen countertop.
Typically, the toaster takes a maximum of 3 minutes to pop out the grilled bread-cheese slice. But sometimes it depends on your toaster’s setting.
With this, your grilled cheese is ready and it’s ‘chow time’! Sprinkle some herbs and pepper flakes for seasoning it to enjoy the melted cheese with every bite.
Now that you know how to make grilled cheese in a bread toaster, you can forgo your frying pan. Moreover, no more worrying about burning the slices as toasters come with a built-in timer that ensures your grilled cheese sandwiches don’t get burnt. Plus, you don’t have to keep track of flipping the bread halfway through the process.
Isn’t this so easy? Try it out yourself and enjoy a cheesy sandwich with a cup of hot coffee anytime you feel like.