Want to enjoy some toasted bread but don’t know how to use your toaster? Trust me, we have all been there. I am here to help you and instruct you on how to make the toast to your liking. So grab your toaster and let’s get into it!
How to Use a Toaster (Toasting Bread)
Sooner or later, we all have to learn how to do stuff on our own. That includes learning how to use a toaster to toast bread. It takes just a few minutes from setting the toaster up to enjoying your toast. And If you follow the following steps carefully, there will be no mistakes made!
Plug the Toaster
First, you want to make sure that your toaster is plugged in. Either that or you’ll have to power it just as Robert Förstemann did in the famous toaster challenge.
Select the Shade
Adjust the knob to the shade of your liking. Remember that the digits correspond to the shade and follow one another gradually – the first one corresponding to the lightest shade and the last one to the darkest shade.
Put the Bread
Of course, there is no toast without bread. Slide the slice of bread into the slot on top of your toaster.
Push the Lever
Now it’s time for the bread to get toasted. For that to happen, find the lever placed on the side of your toaster and push it down.
Sit Back & Wait
While the bread is being toasted, stay put and trust your smell buds. If you smell the toast burning, pull the lever back up. If everything goes well, once the timer goes off and the lever pops back up, you can remove the bread.
Enjoy Your Toast
It only took a couple of minutes and whatever you were toasting, reheating, or defrosting is done. Using a toaster is a no-brainer and once you go through it a couple of times it becomes like riding a bike – you can’t forget it.
Now when you know how to use a toaster you might want to learn how to clean it.
What Else Can You Put in a Toaster?
If you thought that a toaster is used only for toasting bread, you are wrong. A toaster is a quite handy kitchen appliance and can be multifunctional. Apart from toasting bread, you can use your toaster for reheating, variable browning or defrosting many other foods.
For instance, you can reheat waffles, heat up Pop-Tarts or even make paninis and grilled cheese. Yup, you read that right. Paninis and grilled cheese! Though, for this you will need a non-stick toaster bag to avoid the grease and cheese dripping in your toaster.
Some toasters even have a bagel function, perfect for crisping the inner side of the bagel while gently toasting the other side.
As Easy as Using a Toaster!
Now that you’ve mastered using a toaster, you get why toaster is such a beloved kitchen appliance amongst millions of Americans. Namely, it is easy to use and whatever pops out of it comes out crispy to perfection and delicious! Make your mornings joyful.