Eventually I will stop writing about the Microgrill. But I've seen so much interest expressed, I though I would share this ..............
John usually makes our grilled sandwiches on a stovetop cast-iron grill pan. This new way is quicker and doesn't heat up the kitchen. And the microgrill is way easier to clean tha the heavy cast-iron. Another bonus is that it crisps up the crust as well. I tell you, this was one crunchy samich!
Here's how: Butter one side of each bread slice. Spread mayo on the other other side. Layer one side with turkey and cheese. Put together.
Spray a little oil on the bottom of the grill pan. Place in microgrill (always cook with the cover on), cook x 2-3 minutes. Turn sandwich over and cook another minute.
A great tip I picked up from the cooking forum at rvnet is to "pre-heat" the empty microgrill in the microwave for a couple of minutes. It really makes those grill marks appear.
We are converts. I'm going to stop at the next Camping World I come across to see if I can pick up another for a good price - one for home and one for the RV. I didn't envision that we would use it so much at home.