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  • #610504

    WIY
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    Whenever I make grilled cheese or frozen pizza bagels in the toaster they stick to the silver foil and I have to then carefully peel off all the pieces of foil that are stuck to my food. Any ideas on how to get around this problem?

    Thanks

    #973355

    SaysMe
    Member

    use the other side of the foil? Spray/ rub a little oil on the foil first, that should prevent sticking

    #973356

    WIY
    Member

    Saysme

    Aha. Maybe I should try cooking spray…

    #973357

    sharp
    Member

    Cooking/baking spray. Or try parchment paper instead of aluminum foil.

    #973358

    LevAryeh
    Member

    When you eat button candy, you aways end up eating some of the paper.

    #973359

    Torah613Torah
    Participant

    Try aluminum. Silver is too expensive to eat anyway.

    #973360

    HLM
    Member

    thicker foil (prob not cheapest brand. Try a brand name)

    #973361

    bb8
    Participant

    I use parchment paper for the toaster it’s the best I also use it for my chicken and roasts I find it bakes better

    #973362

    WIY
    Member

    Hmm. I gotta try the parchment paper idea. Sounds good.

    #973363

    Bookworm120
    Participant

    @LevAryehBoy – that’s why I never eat button candy! Blech! XP

    #973364

    smartcookie
    Member

    Never use silver foil. Parchment paper only.

    #973365

    twisted
    Participant

    Big yesh omrim that aluminum in cooking, the amalgam in your teeth, and Bisphenol in canned goods and glass jar caps is really bad stuff. Do some practical tshuva in the kitchen and have a gezunte new year.

    #973366

    Bookworm120
    Participant

    @smartcookie – It’s smart to bake cookies on parchment paper too. 🙂

    #973367

    truthsharer
    Member

    Use a frying pan to make the grilled cheese. You’ll never go back to a toaster.

    #973368

    sharp
    Member

    Truthsharer, give us directions please 😉

    #973369

    WIY
    Member

    Truthsharer

    I just did some googleing and I think I have found a new years resolution 🙂

    #973370

    streekgeek
    Participant

    Make sure to cover the frying pan with silver foil or a pan cover while cooking the first side. It melts the cheese soooo much better!

    #973371

    truthsharer
    Member

    Directions? You don’t need no stinkin directions.

    But, here is how I do it.

    Firstly I use a non-stick pan, if you don’t have one, spray a drop of cooking spray and wipe with a paper towel, or use butter.

    Put one slice of bread on the very low flame.

    Go to the fridge and take out your cheese.

    Optional: squirt some ketchup on the slice in the pan.

    Put the cheese on the bread, put the other slice on top of the cheese.

    Now it’s mostly up to taste, you need to flip the sandwich once the bottom gets a little crispy and slighty toasted.

    Keep flipping until you have the right texture. The important thing is to use a low flame.

    #973372

    computer777
    Member

    The title of this thread gives me the chills.

    #973373

    sharp
    Member

    Thank you, truthsharer. Sounds delightful 😉

    #973374

    WIY
    Member

    I made a grilled cheese in the toaster with parchment paper. 2 problems.

    1. The paper doesn’t fold and stick to the tray like aluminum foil does. It just kind of floats on top.

    2. The paper turned brown from using the toast option on the toaster. Does that mean it burnt and that if I were to toast again it can cause a fire?

    #973375

    SaysMe
    Member

    parchment ppr turning brown is okay.

    #973376

    sharp
    Member

    WIY- I should have warned you that the parchment paper will be more time consuming. Anyway, so firstly, trim the paper to pan size, that way it cannot float around. If you’re putting it directly on the oven rack, trim to fit the rack.

    Placing the paper on the “wrong” side helps it stay in place because it won’t roll up so easily.

    Also, the paper will turn brown and you need to replace it after every use. The paper will not burn though.

    Also, make sure the paper doesn’t touch the sides or the back of the oven.

    #973377

    bb8
    Participant

    you can also put a little bit of water underneath so it stays in place

    #973378

    Mammele
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    #973379

    Mammele
    Participant

    Another option is to crush, then somewhat straighten out your piece of silver foil (you’ll need a bigger piece). No flat surface means little or no sticking trouble, except for the runaway cheese…

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