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Hamilton Beach Dual Breakfast Sandwich Maker $27.49

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Great deal and great for gifting. Everyone should have this to host Easter.

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Thanks OP! Have one and love it. In for one more.
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I have a single and love it. Time for a double at this price.
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Awesome deal! Can't beat an all-in-one breakfast sandwich maker. Thanks for sharing!
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Two of the four comments are from new accounts and their first post or comment was about how great this is. Pure shill garbage.
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I guess I don't get how, it looks like you put the top bread directly on the raw egg, no divider... that is going to soak in, make more of a french toast consistency there vs. cooked egg component against bread.

No way, for me. If you want an egg contraption for mcmuffin sandwiches, I suggest the silicone or metal "egg rings" that keep a square wall about the perimeter (no spread thin crispy edges). It keeps the perfect size, and you can get the yolk as done or runny as you want, depending on when you put the lid, how many if any drops of water in the pan to steam and cover with a lid for a few minutes.

Put your muffins in a muffin loving toaster for gods sake. This is a solution in search of a problem... apologies to those who use and love it, granted I might be missing something.


Edit: apologies, this was misplaced. French toast style top muffin might be quite good, never had it like that, shouldn't have critiqued. Seems a good price for the sandwich maker appliance, enjoy all.
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I guess I don't get how, it looks like you put the top bread directly on the raw egg, no divider... that is going to soak in, make more of a french toast consistency there vs. cooked egg component against bread.

No way, for me. If you want an egg contraption for mcmuffin sandwiches, I suggest the silicone or metal "egg rings" that keep a square wall about the perimeter (no spread thin crispy edges). It keeps the perfect size, and you can get the yolk as done or runny as you want, depending on when you put the lid, how many if any drops of water in the pan to steam and cover with a lid for a few minutes.

Put your muffins in a muffin loving toaster for gods sake. This is a solution in search of a problem... apologies to those who use and love it, granted I might be missing something.


Edit: apologies, this was misplaced. French toast style top muffin might be quite good, never had it like that, shouldn't have critiqued. Seems a good price for the sandwich maker appliance, enjoy all.
although it works well - it's faster and easier for me to make these types of sandwiches without one. you are dead on - a solution without a problem. our society is such that we fill our lives with unnecceary 'stuff' - marketing departments everywhere work overtime to convince us we need these things.
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I guess I don't get how, it looks like you put the top bread directly on the raw egg, no divider... that is going to soak in, make more of a french toast consistency there vs. cooked egg component against bread.

No way, for me. If you want an egg contraption for mcmuffin sandwiches, I suggest the silicone or metal "egg rings" that keep a square wall about the perimeter (no spread thin crispy edges). It keeps the perfect size, and you can get the yolk as done or runny as you want, depending on when you put the lid, how many if any drops of water in the pan to steam and cover with a lid for a few minutes.

Put your muffins in a muffin loving toaster for gods sake. This is a solution in search of a problem... apologies to those who use and love it, granted I might be missing something.


Edit: apologies, this was misplaced. French toast style top muffin might be quite good, never had it like that, shouldn't have critiqued. Seems a good price for the sandwich maker appliance, enjoy all.
I know! You'd think you'd have this big mess with raw egg on the top muffin, but it actually comes out like it was never touching.
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Two of the four comments are from new accounts and their first post or comment was about how great this is. Pure shill garbage.

Careful, SD deletes comments like yours for calling out the shills. Ask me how I know. SD stands for Shill "Deals" these days
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Watch the Youtube video's, nasty way to cook the eggs, can imagine cleaning this afterwords. I can do it faster with a nicely toasted muffin from toaster while the egg is cooking in a skillet, which can be cleaned so much easier!!

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I know! You'd think you'd have this big mess with raw egg on the top muffin, but it actually comes out like it was never touching.
Okay, thanks for the feedback. I imagine it'd come out cooked, just differently (soaked into the bread and cooked together, like french toast vs. separate egg from bread). Must be better/different than I'm imagining, & maybe I'll get a chance to try one like this some day. THanks again.
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Thanks OP! Have one and love it. In for one more.
Who in their right mind would want not one, but TWO of these monstrosities on their kitchen counter top??? Confused
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I had the single one and got rid of it after a while. It worked ok but a few problems were that the sandwiches always seemed unevenly cooked (one reason being what people already mentioned, how the top bread piece makes direct contact with the egg) and the other being that there's no timer on it (but heard the dual one has a timer).

It generally worked ok but for something that's supposed to be simple/easy, I'd think they'd make it so the egg/bread wouldn't make contact and it would have a timer.
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