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Rodeo
04-11-2013, 11:55
Ive never had much success doing toast on any sort of campervan stove. So c'mon you lot,whats the secret(apart from not eating toast)? My old mum used to have a sort of square tin plate with a mesh on top ,and a handle to hold it. It seemed to work ok on the hob as opposed to under the grille,but that was on a house hob.

maingate
04-11-2013, 13:32
Voila monsieur!

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Gelert-Folding-Toaster/dp/B003AJLWO6/ref=sr_1_6?ie=UTF8&qid=1383575502&sr=8-6&keywords=camping+toaster

mariesnowgoose
04-11-2013, 13:34
Try these old threads

http://www.wildcamping.co.uk/forums/wild-camping-motorhome-chat/25865-toaster-problems-toaster-campervan.html

http://www.wildcamping.co.uk/forums/wild-camping-motorhome-chat/20202-toast.html

http://www.wildcamping.co.uk/forums/off-topic-chat/25720-toaster.html

marydot
04-11-2013, 14:24
Put an upturned baking tray under the grill pan which raises it up nearer to the flames. We've had to do this in every caravan and motorhome we've had.

Marydot

Smaug
04-11-2013, 14:39
Put an upturned baking tray under the grill pan which raises it up nearer to the flames. We've had to do this in every caravan and motorhome we've had.

Marydot

We have no oven, so I made a wooden chopping board to lift the pan on mine.

outtolunch
04-11-2013, 18:01
With no grill I use an aluminium ribbed griddle pan and have also made a cover for it so that you can melt cheese onto the toast ( but as heating from the bottom on a gas ring it won't get hot enough inside to brown the cheese) also found it useful on a very low flame it is possible to bake long life part baked rolls in it, turning is required to cook evenly ( foil can also be used to cover )

Mine is a deep one that looks like this but without the curse of the red spot
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but shallow ones are available from 5 delivered like this one
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herbenny
04-11-2013, 18:38
In the 'skillet' of course :)

vindiboy
04-11-2013, 18:48
Ive never had much success doing toast on any sort of campervan stove. So c'mon you lot,whats the secret(apart from not eating toast)? My old mum used to have a sort of square tin plate with a mesh on top ,and a handle to hold it. It seemed to work ok on the hob as opposed to under the grille,but that was on a house hob. We do exactly that, a couple of quid from campshops.

Firefox
04-11-2013, 19:33
Dry fry in ceramic non stick pan with glass lid. Don't try it with teflon type non stick or you will blow the non stick in a few weeks. Can also use heavy cast iron grill pan with good results. Turn over when brown.


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