Not everyone has space for a toaster in their kitchen but this doesn’t mean you can’t make great toast. Why not use a stovetop? Below are two great ways to make stovetop toast.
There are two ways to make great stovetop toast: low and slow, or high and fast. This all depends on the type of bread you are using.
- Rustic loaves like thick-cut sourdough are best for the low and slow method so you get that crisp outside and chewy inside.
- Fluffy breads like challah are best for the high and fast method so you get the caramelised outside but maintain a fluffier centre.
I’ll give you the method I use for low and slow toast below. For the faster method, follow the instructions below, but crank up the heat and flip the bread after a minute.