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    Toasted Sandwiches

    Looks like I'm having toasted sandwiches for dinner tonight... What are some of your all time favourites? I normally can't go past the original onion, ham, cheese and tomato but have been known to entertain a tinned spaghetti and cheese occasionally...
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    are they sealed like jaffles or open ended?

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    Roast beef, cheese and hot english mustard.

    Second place is leftover spaghetti bolognase and cheese.

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    Just did a camping trip that centred around bringing your jaffle A game. The standouts were the pizza jaffle (ham, salami, cheese, pizza sauce & pineapple), and the sickeningly delicious banana, nutella & M&Ms using banana bread.



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    Quote Originally Posted by boeman View Post
    Roast beef, cheese and hot english mustard.
    ^^ +1

    Quite keen on the slice of polony, bbq sauce with an egg, crack it onto the polony and cook it until just still runny.

    Or leftover taco mix is always a hit
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    Egg jaffles are great. Press down the bread in the bottom of the iron a little bit to make a "bowl", crack an egg in there, close up the iron and off you go. Good stuff

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    Mmmmm, jaffles for dinner.. good idea. I think I have some old spag-bol in the freezer. That oughta do it.
    Last edited by pnork; 15-06-2018 at 01:40 PM. Reason: dyslexic fingers.
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    I had completely forgotten the old left over spag bol.

    Can't say I've heard of polony and egg before... Polony doesn't really strike me as a 'real' meat since I last had it as a kid with tomato sauce. I'll add that to the maybe list

    Roast beef and mustard will be on the 'to try list' tonight I think
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    Quote Originally Posted by SomeBloke View Post
    Can't say I've heard of polony and egg before... Polony doesn't really strike me as a 'real' meat since I last had it as a kid with tomato sauce. I'll add that to the maybe list
    Teenage boys mate, you need quick, easy and filling meals that can be breakfast, lunch or dinner. As Roy said, press down on the bread and polony to make a bowl, and crack the egg into it, can even make a ring with the sauce to contain the egg.
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    I'll have to give it a shot and report back.

    *sauce burning the mouth may result in detraction of points.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SomeBloke View Post
    *sauce burning the mouth may result in detraction of points.
    Nah-ahh - it's not a REAL jaffle, unless the filling burns your mouth.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pnork View Post
    it's not a REAL jaffle, unless the filling burns your mouth.
    So much this. If it doesn't burn, you're doing it wrong
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    Quote Originally Posted by SomeBloke View Post
    Roast beef and mustard will be on the 'to try list' tonight I think
    The cheese son, you forgot the cheese!

    Nothing better in winter than a roast beef, cheese and mustard toasted sanga with an ice cold coffee chill (or hunt and brew if you are fancy like I have become/dont like the sugar content of the other ones).

    What a combo.
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    Cheese is a given, arguably more important than the bread. Even my lactose intolerant girlfriend knows to find a cheese replacement for these delicacies...

    And as much as I like my flavoured milks, I need to watch my figure (hence the healthy meals...).
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    Quote Originally Posted by SomeBloke View Post
    Cheese is a given, arguably more important than the bread. Even my lactose intolerant girlfriend knows to find a cheese replacement for these delicacies...

    And as much as I like my flavoured milks, I need to watch my figure (hence the healthy meals...).
    Find Hunt and Brew (IGA, Coles & Woolies and some Caltex Servos).

    Local coffee/milk drink with 0 sugar added to it. Delicious and a local company.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SomeBloke View Post
    Even my lactose intolerant girlfriend knows to find a cheese replacement for these delicacies.
    75% of the world's population is lactose intolerant. 90% of Asians, 70% of Africans. People who can digest dairy are actually the weird ones! Haha.

    I'm lactose intolerant thanks to my Asian heritage. However if your missus wants to consume dairy she should try this from Chemist Warehouse. I use it regularly. But get the green box, not the blue one.

    https://www.chemistwarehouse.com.au/...ewable-Caplets

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    Macaroni and cheese with bacon. I've also had them both with and without BBQ sauce, all comes down to personal preference.

    Chicken curry with some cracked pepper is also a favourite of mine

    Also, 4 cheese mix, a bit of salt and pepper, and pan-fry the sandwiches in regular (not unsalted) butter. Fucking marvelous

    edit: ToastFace Grillah in the city also does a mean vegemite + cheese toastie, that's fucking gorgeous. Most of their sandwiches are off chops
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    I'm about to sous vide 4kgs of brisket

    I'm thinking brisket, cheese and pickle toasties

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    Pulled/corned beef, onion and cheese.
    Add whatever sauce you like but I find A nice spicy BBQ and a dash of Sriracha to be ideal.
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    To get a nice glazing I usually spray on my toast some WD40.

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