What is much better than gobbling up a bit of warm fluffy toast with a few butter melted on the top every morning? Using this guilty pleasure of ours, Mitsubishi lately launched it’s ‘TO-ST1-T Electric Bread Toaster’ or ‘Bread Oven’. What differentiates this from all of those other toasters around the market…ALOT. Mitsubishi’s Bread Oven is within a league of their own having a promise for everyone you ‘the perfect toast’. Mimicking a waffle maker, the toaster appears like it’s come straight from the ’80s using its retro-esque veneer brown look. Constructed with an enclosed thermal-insulated structure, it may toast your bread without releasing any moisture, making certain the bread is soft, fluffy and from being dry. The metal box is outfitted with two plates that can move up to temperatures up to 500 levels F. These plates seal the slice of bread, transferring heat into it and as a result make magic. The electrical toaster is amped with four cooking settings Toast, Frozen Toast, Topping and French Toast. Select your cooking setting, combined with the thickness of the bread (choices are 30 mm/1.1 inch, 24 mm/0.9 inch, 20 mm/0.7 inch, and 15 mm/0.5 inch) and you’re almost all set! It will get better still as you choose the type of toast you want to have, using the five baking settings Fluffy, Light, Normal, Dark and Crisp. Pick the bread texture you crave! The oven may even handle a little bit of cheese or perhaps an egg on the top of the bread.
“We wanted to pay attention to the only slice, and address it based,” stated Akihiro Iwahara, who manages technical development at Mitsubishi Electric’s home-appliances division. “Our technology and know-how from grain cookers helped us think of a method to trap and seal moisture.” Hence Mitsubishi designed the oven making certain just one slice of bread might be cooked all at once, but slam-dunking it by guaranteeing that slice will be the best toast we have ever have. The Bread Oven’s sleek looks entitle it to some place not just in your kitchen but on the dining room table too. Bread connoisseurs should be jumping in excitement, for the time of the perfect toast is finally here!