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Cooks egg sandwiches perfectly and easily! After reading reviews of some people that gave it a low rating of think it is user error more than the sandwich maker itself. Here are some tips: The handles clearly say 'hot'... So use an oven mit to open the handle once it is done cooking.... Egg not cooking the whole way through? Break the yolk and don't overload it with toppings! That's your issue. Wait for it to completely cool before cleaning... The egg residue should peel right off. And for the people that whined about the order of the egg, meat, and cheese not being like a McDonald's Egg McMuffin...flip your bread order. It's that simple. See attached photo... Geez. Reviewers these days can be so dumb! Use your brain :)
We spent one morning experimenting. Here's what we found. The best bread to use is the English muffins. Crossiants will burn if cooked too long or if machine was already used and is still very hot. Solution; allowed about 5 minutes of cooling time before making another batch. Also, one batch we used scrambled eggs. Allowed the eggs to cook for 2 minutes before adding top crossiants. Next batch for poached egg, allowed egg to cook for 3 minutes before adding tops. Crossiants cooking time for crisp light non burnt was 4 minutes. Used pre-sliced sourdough bread sliced in half. Did same as above; allowed eggs to cook first then added tops. Perfectly toasted hot sandwiches. Meats used were frozen sausages and ham. We put the sausages in the microwave for 30 seconds to thaw. They were links so used 2 and cut them in half to make 4 halves; fit perfectly. Used fresh sliced deli ham folded in half. Cheeses used; sliced Kraft American singles and Tillamook sliced Swiss. The corners of the cheese stick out a tiny bit and ooze over the edge, but stay on the machine, nothing leaks on to counters. We mixed and matched all breads, meats, & cheeses. Only a couple of fails with cooking times, but most worked great and fun for the kids to help out with the experiment. The easiest bread is the English muffins. No need to allow egg to cook before adding the tops; just throw it all in. Best tasting was the crossiants with scrambled egg, ham, and Swiss. Yum! And the sourdough slices toast real nice. Also did a sourdough sliced, thin slice of mozzarella, thin slice of tomato, sprinkled some basil--no egg (just left the egg dividers open). Was a nice little snack. Would probably be better with bacon and avocado. :). Clean up is a breeze. The cups lift right out; put them in a bowl of hot soapy water for literally a minute, rinsed and dried. Used a warm wash cloth to wipe away crumbs and melted on cheese from the machine, came right off, no scrubbing.
Since receiving this, I have made a breakfast sandwich every day (for a couple of months now) and I LOVE it! My kids have opted a healthy breakfast sandwich over their usual choice of sugary cereals too much of the time so that’s a huge plus. SO much better tasting than the (albeit convenient) pre-made frozen ones you pop in the microwave. You control the ingredients (ex. whole grain English muffin, turkey sausage or ham, egg whites, or a low fat cheese...etc. versus the the less healthy alternatives). It takes literally 5 minutes to produce the breakfast sandwich of your choice from start to finish and the clean up is a breeze, usually an easy wipe down is all that’s needed. No lie, super easy.So, yesterday...after contemplating what to do with a good amount of mashed potatoes I had left over, I decided to see how well some savory potato cakes would hold up in this breakfast sandwich maker. I can say that they turned out beautifully and so much better uniformed than those made on the stove. Whether you’re making the purposeful breakfast sandwich, or the occasional experimental pancake of sorts, this appliance is a handy tool in the kitchen. I’ve been very pleased with its daily performance.
This is an amazing kitchen gadget that simply works every time.The first one went to college with my son. He used to eat frozen breakfast sandwiches, which were none too healthy. He love this and uses it regularly for a healthier breakfast. The beauty of this device for a college student is it comes apart easily (see photo) and simply wipes clean.After using his several times I received one for my birthday. I've used it for breakfast and lunch.Tip #1: Be sure to spray with a cooking oil at least the first few times you use it. Your egg will stick if you don't do this. It seems to get "seasoned" after a while so that cooking oil is not needed all of the time.Tip #2: Use English muffins. Yes, biscuits will work, but english muffins fit perfectly and honestly seem to taste the best when warmed in this device.Tip #3: Use any leftover meat you have. I've sliced up grilled pork, beef and baked chicken. Ham is especially delicious.
Got this for my husband for Christmas. BELIEVE ME... you need this! We make all sorts of things with it, even pizzas!
I first saw this product about a year ago when a kitchen gadget blog I follow ridiculed it as one of those absurdly specific kitchen gadgets that nobody should own. But then I read all the positive reviews and that piqued by interest. For Christmas this year, I bought my brother one of these as he's always stopping at McDonalds for McMuffins and this seems like a great, relatively low-cost gift idea. Everyone was fascinated by this little thing, and it ran for several hours straight on Christmas morning as everyone made a breakfast sandwich for themselves. As soon as I got home I ordered one for myself!This is an attractive, compact appliance that would be right at home on the countertop but which is small enough to store almost anywhere. Operation is simple: plug it in, wait until the green light turns on, then add your ingredients. Unfortunately there is no timer built in, but I found 4 min 30 sec is perfect for me. If I forget to set a timer, I can tell it's done when the lid of the device lifts up a bit, meaning the egg has cooked through. It takes some experimentation to figure out the best arrangement of ingredients. Personally I like the cheese on the bottom level and the ham and peppers or onions on the top mixed with the egg. I scramble the egg in a cup first as I don't like intact yolks; I have read some reviews saying the whisk the egg in the compartment, but I'd be concerned about scraping/scratching the non-stick surface.Some reviewers mentioned that the egg compartment leaks. I noticed it leaking on the second sandwich, which seems to be because it hadn't warmed back up enough after the first sandwich. Just be sure to jiggle the egg compartment a little so it settles onto the plate, and even if some egg manages to leak through the heat will seal it before the egg can run down the sides. I also spray the egg compartment with canola oil, which seems to help seal it and allows the egg to slide right out once it's done cooking. In short, after having one egg leak out I haven't had that problem again, except when I tried using two eggs at the same time. That's too much and will cause the egg to overflow from the top!The appliance comes with several recipe ideas and they're all great. This is an extremely versatile device, and it's great knowing you can make a quick breakfast sandwich with higher-quality ingredients than what's available at fast food places, and for a lot cheaper. Cleanup is easy as the center pieces slide out and are dishwasher safe, and the top and bottom plates wipe clean very easily. If you're a sandwich maker skeptic, I implore you to give this appliance a try.
Breakfast is hard for us - we don't work normal schedules, and my lovely wife tends not to eat breakfast, and I tend to grab what is easy. Given that, ANYTHING that makes breakfast easy is wonderful, and this little guy is spectacular. There are so many thorough reviews, that I thought some usage hints would be helpful.1- Have toothpicks standing by! When you slide the egg tray out, but before you start the uncover - run a toothpick down through the top to keep everything from sliding around.2- We tried Canadian bacon and regular bacon, but they tended to be too tough for a clean bite, so we use sausage patties now.3-When removing the cooked sandwiches from the machine, have a small spatula to keep the sandwich in place while you slip a pancake turner under the finished product - otherwise you may have to chase the sandwich a bit, and that means more clean up, and some grumpiness you can avoid. :)4- Try grape jam on your sausage, egg, and cheese creations - it really goes well!We really could not be happier with this purchase.
I bought this device based on all the great reviews and must say that these are all well-deserved! This thing is so easy to use and makes a great Egg McMuffin in the morning in just 5 minutes. After using it a couple of weeks now, I've found a technique that works best for me, for the best overall end-product. I plug-in the machine and wait for the green light to go on and grab all my ingredients to have at the ready. Once the green light goes on, I put in the english muffin bottom, a slice of cheese with the corners trimmed so it fit's nicely, and a circle of Canadian bacon or some pre-cooked regular bacon. Then I lower the egg platform, give it a quick shot of non-stick spray and crack an egg into it. I break the yolk, spread it around a bit and add some salt and pepper. Then I lower the top and cook it for about 3- minutes or so when the egg is starting to get pretty opaque. Then I drop the top of the muffin in and continue to cook til the 5 min mark. Then I unplug the machine, slide out the egg platform, then lift ALL the hinged components together, leaving the egg McMuffin sitting on the hot base. Then I take a plastic turner and give it a flip and let the top sit on the still hot base for a minute or so (because the top went in last and still can use a little extra toasting), and because the sandwich is a bit too hot to eat right away anyway. After that minute or so, I lift the top, put a squirt of ketchup in, re-assemble and enjoy!!Buy this appliance - couldn't be easier and you'll love it!!
I'm not really a kitchen gadget person OR an impulse buyer, but here we are. We eat eggs every day, because, chickens. We also all eat at different times every day. So, we've used this daily (sometimes several times) since it arrived. It takes about 4.5-5 minutes for a medium egg and 8 minutes for 100 grams of egg whites.PROS:1. I don't need to clean it. Yeah, the rings go in the dishwasher, but I haven't needed to do it since the first wash out of the package. Even cheese wipes off with a microfiber rag and it gets hot enough to kill anything else.2. You can use it just to cook eggs. You don't have to out anything in the bottom or on the top.3. So far it works with English muffins, small prefab frozen pancakes, and Ezekiel bread cut with a biscuit cutter.CONS:1. It's a bit awkward to maneuver the rings at first without accidentally wiggling them out or bumping the slider that keeps your eggs in place, so you can expect to experiment the first few times.2. The top is much hotter than the bottom so wait until the last 60 seconds to put in whatever the top bread is going to be if you don't want it blackened.3. Not a con for us, but if you have several people eating at once, you might want to consider the double version. It's going to take at least 5 minutes per sandwich.