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I have just Purchased this toaster and it does nut seem to cook crumpets is that correct? and can you give some advice as to how to do it if it doesn't?
I haven't tried crumpets in this toaster but I do find them to have similar issues to vogels. It may take some experimenting to get the right time to cook just as it has for vogels. Would be interested in how they turn out. I don't see why crumpets shouldn't be successfully toasted in this toaster.
I assume you may mean the ability to cook one side more than the other, bagel, muffins or crumpets. Answer is nope, no chance. This expensive toaster lacks many features that basic toasters have.
There is a number of tips on how to toast crumpets in the manual:
When toasting small pieces of bread,
crumpets or muffins we recommend using
the High-lift lever to prevent you from
burning your fingers.
2. Bread which has a very uneven surface will
require a higher setting.
Thicker cut pieces of bread (including
crumpets) will take longer to toast
sometimes significantly longer. This is
because more moisture must be evaporated
from the bread before toasting can occur.
Very thick pieces of bread may require two
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