Do you love grilled cheese? A toaster oven grilled cheese sandwich is the perfect easy office lunch, late night snack, or treat for whenever you’ve got a gooey melty cheese craving. This is the beauty of this Toaster Bag.
Put It in a Bag
Toasta bags are reusable, dishwasher-safe bags that hold one grilled cheese sandwich (two slices of sandwich bread plus cheese). All you have to do is assemble your sandwich, pop it in the bag, and then slide it in a single toaster slot. If your toaster has tiny slots, thinner bread will do the trick.
Tip the Toaster on Its Side
Turning your toaster sideways and inserting a slice of bread carefully layered with cheese into each slot will totally circumvent the burning-cheese-falling-into-hot-toaster-wires issue and help you make a fast, easy, no-fuss grilled cheese sandwich. Just look!
Take heed when sliding out the finished product—you don't want your gooey cheese to catch on any toaster parts. It's a bitch to clean up.
Technically, this is not so much a grilled cheese sandwich as two slices of cheesy toast that you can either eat individually or choose to place together in a simulacrum of grilled cheese. However, as someone who has tried it and liked it (and then tried it and liked it again), I can tell you that a grilled cheese by any other name (or method) is still just as tasty.
Before you run out and try this, be sure to go to the end of the article and read the precautions to make sure your sandwich is a success.
Carefully remove your sandwich
Carefully remove the pouch from the toaster—it will likely be hot, so you may want to use tongs to grasp it. Turn the grilled cheese toaster pouch sideways to slide the sandwich out onto a plate. Bon appetit!
Tips and tricks for toaster grilled cheese sandwiches
Here are a few additional tips to help you cook the perfect toasted grilled cheese:
When you’re making the cheese sandwich, be careful not to overstuff the bread. If the grilled cheese sandwich is too thick, it won’t fit in the toaster correctly. For the same reason, it's also better to use thinner slices of bread.
Toasting time will vary based on your toaster model and desired level of crispness. If you're not sure how long to cook it for, set the toaster for a shorter amount of time—it's easy to add an additional minute if needed. Keep an eye on the sandwich while toasting to make sure you don’t burn your bread.
Some sites say to turn your toaster on its side when you’re making grilled cheese, but we don't recommend this, as it could cause a fire and/or send hot cheesy bread flying across your kitchen.
Temperature: While 450°F works great for our toaster ovens and many others, toaster ovens do vary. So you might need to play around with the temperature and time a bit to find the perfect settings for your little oven. If your oven is known to run hot or you’re using a convection toaster oven, try adjusting the temperature down to 425°F or 400°F.
Rack Placement: If your toaster oven has multiple rack levels, you can give the middle rack placement a try and see how you like it.
Pan Color: A darker colored pan will toast your bread faster, adjust the timing as needed.
Finally, choosing the right Toaster Bag is important for grill cheese in toaster, Tongxiang Yicheng Composites Co.,Ltd is a good choice.