Sandwich Presses

Buy from the best range of sandwich presses in Australia online or in store at The Good Guys. Whether you’re looking for a sandwich presses, toastie or jaffle maker, you’ll get a good deal on leading brands including Breville, Russell Hobbs and Sunbeam. Designed to save you time and space in the kitchen, Grills and Sandwich Presses are easy to store in cupboards and can be quickly plugged in so that you to create sensational home-made sandwiches, fresh bread, café style toasted wraps, focaccias, baguettes, toasties and Turkish rolls. Whatever your preferred brand, feature set or price range, you’ll find the right Sandwich Press for you at The Good Guys.

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Cooking a hot meal is easy with a sandwich press. Find out which might be best for you.

Sandwich presses can turn your humble, everyday sandwich into a wholesome gourmet meal. Here’s some info to help get you started.

What can you cook on a sandwich press?

Sandwich presses are countertop kitchen appliances used to toast sandwiches in a variety of sizes. They feature top and bottom hot plates attached via a hinge that can apply heat and pressure to a sandwich for quick, even toasting. They are great for whipping up a delicious and healthy meal with little effort.

 

Due to the pressure applied by the plates, they are great at toasting larger sized sandwiches or sandwiches with messy fillings because they toast both sides simultaneously with no need to flip or move your meal.

 

Sandwich presses are easy to set up and cook with quickly, with minimal clean-up afterwards. Because of this, sandwich presses are also great for whipping up a wide variety of meals and snacks. With two tortillas and your choice of filling you can enjoy a tasty quesadilla or crisp up pita bread for dipping. While sandwich presses are great for enjoying various foods other than just melted cheese toasties, for grilling foods such as bacon and eggs, you're best off with a grill.

What are the different types of sandwich press?

You may have heard different names for a sandwich press before, such as 'toastie maker' and 'jaffle maker'. If you’re wondering where these different names come from, the answer is that there are actually a few different types of sandwich press.

 

A traditional sandwich press uses a top and bottom hot plate to hold your sandwich, panini or wrap in place whilst cooking with the option of pressing it down with the lever. They are great as you can toast various sized breads including artisan breads, although some types of filling or larger sandwiches may be prone to overflowing or spilling out of the sandwich, like tomato juices and melted cheeses.

 

Jaffle makers are a little more specialised, often designed for the size and shape of standard bread slices. The hot plates on jaffle makers have grooves designed to seal your sandwich fillings between the bread slices and will often leave a score mark across the middle indicating where to cut. This type of sandwich press is great for messy fillings but lack the option to toast wraps or buns.

How do you clean a sandwich press?

Sandwich makers cook using hot plates with a non-stick surface. The easiest way to make sure your sandwich press keeps cooking quickly and evenly is with regular cleaning. Not only will this keep greasy residues and food contaminants out of your meals, but it will also help prevent damage to the non-stick coating. Luckily, your sandwich press will be one of the easiest kitchen appliances to keep clean.

 

Always make sure your appliance is turned off and unplugged before cleaning. A quick wipe down with a damp cloth or sponge soon after each use, whilst the plates are still warm but not hot, will prevent grease and food residues from hardening and cooking on to the hotplate surface. Cooked-on food is much more difficult to clean off and can damage the coating.

 

You should always avoid abrasive chemical cleaners or scouring scrubbing pads as these will also damage the coating. A small amount of dishwashing detergent on a dampened cloth will help lift off some of the stickier residues. Follow with a wipe down using a clean, wet cloth and then dry with paper towel.

Which sandwich press is best for me?

When shopping for a new sandwich press there are a variety of factors you may wish to consider.

 

Sandwich presses generally come in two main sizes that will fit either two or four slices of bread. Keep in mind that the larger models are not just for cooking more food at once, but often add versatility by being able to accommodate a wider variety of breads, rolls and buns.

 

Whichever size you decide on you should always check you have enough room for the appliance both on the countertop and in your cupboards. Look for easy storage designs like a latch that will lock the top and bottom plates shut together and a space to wrap the power cord underneath the appliance.

 

Some models can adjust the height of the top plate and lock it in place at various heights, like some of the Breville sandwich press models. This is great for cooking larger sized sandwiches and open melts. This feature is also useful for adding and removing food to the hotplates without having to hold the top plate up, so you can take more care with placing larger food items.