Diablo Stovetop Toasted Sandwich Snack Maker

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Diablo Stovetop Toasted Sandwich Snack Maker

  • Can be used on gas, ceramic and electric hobs
  • The Diablo is coated with non-stick, scratch resistant Titanium
  • Delicious recipes are included in the package
  • Easy to use, makes amazing sandwiches¿limited only by imagination
A Diablo is a deep, disc-shaped snack usually made with bread for devilishly deep toasted sandwiches. No mess, no plug, no problem. Titanium, non-stick, scratch-resistant coating, dishwasher safe. The Diablo can be used on gas, ceramic and electric hobs. There is no limit to the variety of meals and snacks that can be made with the Diablo. A range of delicious recipes for this versatile piece of cookware are included in the package - from simple cheese sandwiches to pizza calzones and cherr

List Price: $ 39.95 Price: $ 11.78

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3 comments on “Diablo Stovetop Toasted Sandwich Snack Maker

  1. Mycroft Sigerson "Starwood" on said:
    26 of 27 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Hot Peanut Butter Sandwiches in Winter, January 12, 2007
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    Mycroft Sigerson “Starwood” (Albany, NY USA) –

    This review is from: Diablo Stovetop Toasted Sandwich Snack Maker (Kitchen)

    I bought this, as 30 years ago my mother had a stovetop sandwich maker and she used to always make us kids, hot peanut butter sandwiches in the Winter time. The one she had came from her mother or grandmother and it was solid steel. This Diablo sandwich maker is not as solid but it is does have a non-stick coating, so butter on the outside of the sandwiches is not needed (unless there is a concern about burning bread). My 2 biggest complaints would be that the size could have been a little bigger (good size for square breads). For larger size bread, the Diablo cuts the edges off upon closing. The 2nd complaint is that Diablo is imprinted on every sandwich. I perfer no advertizing on my sandwiches. Overall it works fine and so far no cooking problems.

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  2. MARK S RANDALL on said:
    6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Beware of cheap hinge, January 14, 2012
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    MARK S RANDALL (Hollywood, CA, US) –

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    This review is from: Diablo Stovetop Toasted Sandwich Snack Maker (Kitchen)

    I ordered this item after remembering the delicious little round grilled cheese sandwiches from childhood that were made by a similar looking device. I always loved the way it sealed the edges of the bread, turning an ordinary cheese sandwich into a mini grilled cheese “pie”. All golden and crusty on the outside, gooey, warm and melty on the inside. Amazing when served with a cup of tomato soup! The day it arrived I opened the box, took a look at it and noticed that it seemed a little …flimsy. Especially where the two halves of the sandwich maker hinged together. I remembered the only one-star review of this item on Amazon that warned, “It is constructed with two poorly designed cotter pins that fall out… making the product useless” and how I ignored this review and ordered it anyway. Now it was here and I was ready to use it for the very first time! I sprayed a little Pam on the inside, made a sandwich (nothing fancy first time out of the gate: a slice of cheddar cheese between two slices of lightly buttered sourdough bread) I placed it in the center of the device, closed the two halves together. trimmed the excess bread away and immediately noticed that somehow one of the “poorly designed cotter pins” had already popped out. I managed to find it and I screwed it back in. I turned on the stove top and held the sandwich maker a few inches above the heat, turning it over every now and then to make sure it was toasted evenly. After about 3 or 4 minutes I decided to open the device slightly to see if it was done and thats when the two halves completely separated, dropping the piping hot sandwich and one half of the device onto the stovetop with a loud crash and the other half of the sandwich maker crashing to the floor. I looked briefly for the 2 tiny little screws that had quietly popped out during the heating process but couldn’t find them. I promptly threw what remained of this dangerous cheap-o device into the trash. “What about the sandwich?” you may ask? “OMG! It was soooo freakin’ good!”

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  3. pj1402 on said:
    7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Fantastic, January 13, 2009
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    pj1402 (NW England) –

    This review is from: Diablo Stovetop Toasted Sandwich Snack Maker (Kitchen)

    Fantastic piece of kit. Makes great toasties & really easy to clean.
    The problem with electric toasted sandwich makers is the cleaning, so you use them a couple of times and then they get pushed to the back of the cupboard, never to see the light of day again. Not this one it really is great, and so easy to use that it will get used. The end product is also very tasty.

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