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If you have a gas stove, you'll likely have a separate broiler, which you can use to make toast. Pumpernickel bread is tasty. Creamed chipped beef on toast is Midwestern cooking at its finest, and a Military staple commonly referred to with a crude bathroom epithet (Hint: something on a shingle). Sometimes the debris will just burn itself off, sometimes it's possible to clean it out, and sometimes you just need to get a new toaster. Try medium to medium-high heat. Have some fun and buy different bread varieties to test out for yourself -- that way, you'll find out exactly what you like most and it'll be sure to be available where you live. The club sandwich is cut diagonally twice, while toast sticks--slice in several vertical strips, are commonly served with a soft-boiled egg, to make for easy dipping. Remove from the oven when the cheese is bubbly and the toast is brown. This is why you must practice first on the lower settings of the toaster. Adjust the dial or lever on the toaster or toaster oven to your desired darkness. If you cram it in, the ends are going to burn and stink up the kitchen. It'll be burned by an extra couple of seconds. Making a grape jelly sandwich in the pudgy-pie maker over an open fire is a camp luxury you owe yourself. Adding the butter before it's even toasted? If your butter is not soft enough, it could rip the bread. See Step 1 to learn more about making toast. A simple cast-iron or steel skillet is better than a nonstick one because the high heat without much wet food to absorb it can create hot spots that quickly damage nonstick coatings and melt the plastic utensils needed to not scratch them.

Don't walk away, always attend your cooking, watching it closely, as some appliances might stick in the 'on' position, or get too hot, and may cause a fire, as well as burning your toast. When the bread becomes toasty and golden, it's ready to eat. Toast the bread on one side and remove from the oven. % of people told us that this article helped them. If possible soften the butter to ensure an even spread. Don't get your toaster or its cord anywhere near water. Make sure the slices aren't too thick or too wide. Be careful with which setting you use. Lay piece of bread on a seasoned flat top grill and you have Texas toast. Can I toast bread with eggs, beef, and butter? Thanks to all authors for creating a page that has been read 672,949 times. Put your sliced bread in the freezer to keep it freshest, toast slices as needed. In most toaster ovens, you can set a timer that will turn off the oven at the appropriate time. But, if the whole bread is totally burned, throw it in the trash and make a new one.

This article has been viewed 672,949 times. You can choose to make the whole toast an original composition, or to recite a classic set toast (see the ideas we’ve gathered below). First, butter both sides of the slice of bread.



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